Newsletter Vol – 4, Issue 3, February, 2020

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VOL – 4, ISSUE – 3, FEBRUARY 2020

Committed to the progress of Education & Training Sector
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Mr. Pankaj Agarwal, CEO and Co-Founder, TagHive
talks about the evolution of Education at Didac Talks 2019 

– IDA BLOGS – – WORLD OF EDUCATORS –

The millennial career drama

By Mr. Rachit Jain – Founder & CEO, Youth4Work.  Read More


Job Opportunities knocking the door in 2020

By Dr. Narendra Shyamsukha – Founder & Chairman, ICA Edu Skills.  Read More


Experiential Learning: The way forward

By Ms. Sonia Agarwal Bajaj – Founder of Little Chipper International.  Read More


Inspiring mannerism in children

By Ms. Nandita Prakash – Education Advisor.  Read More


– SPOTLIGHT –
– LATEST UPDATES IN EDUCATION –
NATIONAL
Vice President Calls For Making Skilling Initiatives Mandatory From School Level
There was a need to introduce vocational education in the curriculum to create an ecosystem that produces skilled manpower, he observed. Read More
SC orders govt to pay working graduates at least Rs. 19,572 per month
According to the Supreme Court, graduates should receive at least Rs. 19,572 per month at their job. Read More
Maharashtra college bans mobile phones to boost students’ performance  
A women’s college in Maharashtra has banned the use of mobile phones so as to improve their focus and to get to know their peers. Read More
Child Rights Panel Chief Urges Parents Not To Pressure Children For Good Marks
Sounding a word of caution, Rajasthan State Child Rights Protection Commission chairperson Sangeeta Beniwal on Monday urged parents. Read More
IIT Madras develop AI to convert brain signals of speech-impaired humans into English language
IIT Madras researchers are working on how these real data signals can be decoded into a human language such as English language. Read More
AMU Faculty Becomes First Indian To Receive IADR Fellowship
The Fellowship is awarded to only one postdoctoral investigator every two years. Read More
Over 7 Lakh Teachers Have Been Trained Under NISHTHA Programme: Centre
The NISHTHA programme was launched in August, 2019 to train over 42 lakh teachers. Read More
CBSE Board exams 2020: Compulsory to upload geo-tagged, time-tagged group photo in all practical exams
CBSE had sent across a directive to all its schools to ensure that a geo-tagged and time-tagged group photo. Read More
India and Norway sign 4 MoU in higher education and research
Prominent education and research institutions from Norway have visited New Delhi. Read More
Five More IIITs Get Institutions of National Importance Status
‘The cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs). Read More
Government Data Reveals Falling Budgetary Allocation For Education In Last 5 Years
As per government’s data, the budgetary share for education sector is witnessing a downfall.Read More
Unesco DG hails India for promoting girls’ education
UNESCO Director General Audrey Azoulay on Thursday hailed the Indian government. Read More
Gender Gap In STEM Has Increasingly Been Reduced In Recent Years: Centre
Government’s steps to encourage women in STEM fields include schemes like KIRAN, CURIE and BioCARe. Read More

 

5 ways India is empowering education with foreign university partnerships
Foreign universities and institutes from multiple countries such as Canada, England, Australia, Netherlands, USA, and many more. Read More
INTERNATIONAL
African Nations Caught in Conflict Re-commit to Inclusive Education
Djibouti’s President Ismail Omar Guelleh knows that his country is in need of an education system that. Read More
Enrolment drops leave English universities with shrinking feeling
Expert stresses that many universities are managing to diversify their income away from full-time undergraduate fees. Read More
Two-thirds of Australia’s Chinese students ‘stuck at home’
Australian universities face fiscal crisis, as virus chokes off vital revenue stream. Read More
Two in five 18-year-olds in the UK apply to study at university this year
Ucas figures also reveal record numbers of students from China and India. Read More
English universities mull lower fees for EU students post-Brexit
Fears of recruitment hit lead institutions to consider action, as government keeps under wraps report on student demand impact. Read More
Taiwan’s universities will sprout up and out under latest state policy
A five-year state initiative is bringing problem-solving, global engagement and diversity to Taiwan’s higher education system, says Chia-Ming Hsueh. Read More
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