Education Archive

iVOOMi extends support to Girl child education in association with Plan India

  New Delhi, 14th November, 2017: iVOOMi, a Chinese major OEM/ODM has launched a Children’s Day campaign in association with Plan India, a member of Plan International Federation, and a nationally registered independent child development organisation, to provide education to the Girl child. Extending the government’s digital India vision, iVOOMi has associated with Plan India’s

Maharashtra Government links up State Medical Colleges for cancer care, education & training

Initiative by Maharashtra Government, Union Government, Tata Memorial Hospital, National Cancer Grid, Department of Atomic Energy and Tata Trusts       Wednesday, 1st November 2017- Mumbai: The Government of Maharashtra, National Cancer Grid, Tata Memorial Centre, the Government of India’s Department of Atomic Energy, and Tata Trusts today organised Maharashtra’s first Virtual Tumour Board (VTB)

What Singapore Can Teach The Rest of the World About Education

CMRubinWorld’s new interview with global education thought leader and author, Pak Tee Ng, focuses on how Singapore consistently updates it’s education system to stay on top of trends in a rapidly changing world. It is no secret that Singapore has one of the strongest education systems in the world. However, this has not stopped Singapore

Global Leaders in Education converge at Presidential Forum in Gurugram

  Educationists come together at Suncity School to deliberate on current trends in education sector Gurugram: Renowned educationists and selected government officials from the United States, China, Southeast Asia, Latin America, Europe, Middle East. And India came together to deliberate on crucial issues affecting the education sector at Pre-Conference Presidential Forum hosted by Suncity School, Gurugram. The objective of

The conference ‘Industry Disruption & Reimagining the Role of Education’ organized by S.P. Mandali’s WeSchool and ASSOCHAM focused on the inclusion of technology in education

11 August 2017, Mumbai: The digital landscape in India reflects a rising trend on role of  technology  in education through edutech start ups and mobile apps. ‘Industry Disruption & Reimagining the Role of Education’ was the theme of the national conference organized by S. P. Mandali’s Prin. L. N. Welingkar Institute of Management Development & launches school courses to impart affordable high quality education to rural students

  Successfully taps students from more than 1500 small villages and towns where no company has willing to reach so far   Helps rural boy from Chhattisgarh top the International Science Olympiad    With the commitment to provide quality education to students living in the country’s hinterland, Dron Study today announced the launch of their

Starting in Uganda, sharing of big data to enable investment in education

LONDON, 13 June 17 – Millions more children could end up getting an education, when Opportunity International (OI) shares its experience and data on education microfinance, enabling others to invest in education. With 263 million children out of school, banks and other financial institutions have been reluctant to lend into developing countries’ education because –

Bennett University partners with Dell-EMC for Education & Training in areas of Data Sciences & Cloud Infrastructure

New Delhi, April 23, 2017:  Bennett University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Dell-EMC on 27th of April 2017 to set up a joint research lab to work on data analytics and machine learning. By virtue of this partnership, Bennett University becomes a member of Dell EMC’s External Research and Academic Alliance Program. The

Start-Ups, Education and Jobs among Top 10 Outcomes at Forum Meeting in Jordan

Dead Sea, Jordan, 21 May 2017 – The World Economic Forum on the Middle East and North Africa has taken place at the Dead Sea in Jordan over the last three days. With the full support and presence of Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah, this year marks the Forum’s ninth

Avoiding a Lost Generation of Refugees through Jobs and Education

  Refugee issues must be addressed in terms of empowerment; and refugees need jobs, skills training and education New technologies can help countries assimilate and support refugees Refugees should be seen as a resource not as a burden to the countries that host them For more information about the meeting: Dead Sea, Jordan, 20