- February 26, 2020
- By Dr. Jailaxmi R Vinayak
Perhaps for my sins I shall be made a red geranium - Oscar Wilde
The mountains are calling and I must go - John Muir
The pine stays green in winter… wisdom in hardship - Norman Douglas
The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras launched the STEM women scholars’ and researchers’ development (STEWARD) programme on Friday.
An incubator is an academic organisational set-up that nurtures technology based and knowledge driven start-ups by helping them in surviving during the start-up period.
– By Professor Bhallamudi Ravi
Josh talks is an impact media platform with a mission to unlock human potential. Supriya Paul, Co-founder, Josh Talks speaks to Gunjan Joshi about its recent association with NSDC and how impact stories can change lives.
Arjun Aggarwal, a 12th grade student at Heritage Experiential Learning School, Gurgaon has launched Udhaar Khaata mobile application.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati researchers have developed a low-cost, hand-held device to detect bacteria.
A tech startup incubated at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad won Rs. 25 lakhs in funding at ‘Open Innovation Challenge 2019’.
When Pooja surveyed the market during the advent of her journey, she found that Indian shoe market was lagging behind in kids’ section and products from China dominated the segment.
Bureau of Indian Standards and IIT Bombay have planned to collaborate in standardisation and to develop conformity assessment.
LMSAI, NITI Aayog and the office of Principal Scientific Advisor to the Government of India conducted the Annual Science Symposium at Vigyan Bhawan on Thursday.
Arun Nagpal, Co-founder, Mrida Group in conversation with Gunjan Joshi speaks about development of business models that create sustainable and scalable livelihood for villagers.
Researchers at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Mandi have used the process of ‘Microwave Curing’ to synthesise thermoplastic fibre reinforced plastics.
The National Skill Ministry, Human Resource Ministry, and Labour and Employment ministry launched SHREYAS to train students.
Deloitte on Sunday told that it aims to provide education and skills training to 10 million girls and women in India.
The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has unveiled its ‘Dare to Dream’ contest and has invited applicants from all across the country.
An outreach programme aimed to assist stakeholders of textile MSMEs was held in capital today.
Researchers at IISc, Bengaluru have indicated that washing tomatoes thoroughly will not help you to get rid of Salmonella typhimurium bacteria.
Innovation was earlier rarely visible in processes of human resources. But, employers these days are implementing innovation within every process related to recruitment.
– By Ankit Arora
A lot has been spoken about improving learning outcomes in schools. Geeta Dharmarajan, Founder and President at Katha foundation gets candid about education of underprivileged children, StoryPedagogy, and preference of learning over education.
Dr. Jeemol Unni, Chair of the Master of Arts in Economics Programme, Ahmedabad University speaks about the impact of suspension of labour laws on migrant labourers.
Digital revolution in Indian education sector started with legacy private institutions like the Birla Institute of Technology and Manipal Institute of Technology digitalising their teaching-learning mechanisms.
Katha, an organisation that made its advent in 1988 to develop reader leaders has released an e-book titled ‘The Mystery of the Missing Soap.’
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Fit India School grading system in schools all across the country on Sunday.
– By Madhuri Dhariwal
Dr. Pratibha Jolly, Principal of Miranda House in conversation with Anupriya Dobhal shares her views on skills a student requires to become employable and philanthropic for society.
A look at the male-female ratio at each level reveals that ratio of male students is higher at every level except in M.Phil, and post-graduate programmes.
Yungank Goyal, Member, Governing Council, Indian Institute of Public Policy and Associate Professor, OP Jindal University speaks to Gunjan Joshi about the need of a good public policy institute in India.
The primary recommendation of the draft policy is to cover children of 3-18 years than the present age of 6-14 years under the RTE act.
The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) was constituted by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development in 2015. It outlines a methodology to rank institutions across the country.
Founding Vice Chancellor, Professor (Dr.) C. Raj Kumar of OP Jindal Global University speaks to Namami Chakravarty about university-society relations after Global University Leaders Council.
Parag Diwan, Founder Vice Chancellor, UPES shares his opinion with Gunjan Joshi on dropping enrolments in engineering colleges and avenues for energy engineering in India.
A report published by Azim Premji University on April 16 stated that learning outcomes of private schools was better.
Dr. Sandeep Sancheti, Vice-chancellor, SRM Institute of Science and Technology shares his opinion with Anupriya Dobhal about employability of engineers and ways to enhance research opportunities.
Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, Vice Chancellor, SRM University, AP Amaravati speaks to Namami Chakravarty about inter-disciplinary experiential active learning.
– Nandita Koshal, Research Associate, IIHEd, OP Jindal Global University
The success rate of clearing mains is 3:1 from the students that clear prelims. Hence, here are few tips to strategise and crack this most sought after exam.
– By Rahul Bhandari, Assistant Director, International Affairs and Global Initiatives, OP Jindal Global University
– R. Sudarshan’, Dean, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy, O.P. Jindal Global University
Highest cut-offs at Delhi University were earlier confined to BA English (Hons) or BSc (Hons) Electronics courses. But, this trend changed in 2018 when BA programme witnessed highest cut-offs at DU.
– Sivaramakrishnan Venkateswaran, Managing Director, Oxford University Press India
While the built environment laws remain obsolete in our country, Prof. (Dr.) Jaideep Chatterjee, Vice Dean, JSAA shares his thoughts with Gunjan Joshi on how individuals can cater to other architectural roles.
Priyanka Dubey in a candid conversation talks about types of rapes in India, constraints in reporting these, and her latest book ‘No Nation for Women.’
Saumya Choudhury, Founding Editor of Delhi Poetry Slam talks about blossoming of online publishing and literary clubs in India and poetry as a therapeutic refuge of readers and writers during pandemic.
Authors are now transforming the ancient wisdom into sagacious prose within precincts of literature. Anuja Chandramouli talks about about her journey, the extent of research required, and her recent book.
Ruby Lal discusses with Gunjan Joshi her new book, Nur Jahan’s being co-sovereign with Jahangir, and the erasure of her power by historians.
Dr. Pankaj Jha, author of ‘A Political History of Literature’ speaks to Gunjan Joshi about the three treatises mentioned in his book namely Likhanavali, Kirttilata, and Purusapariksa.
On pre-dawn of February 26, precise and swift airstrikes destroyed terror camps in PoK’s Balakot. Major General B D Wadhwa(AVSM) Retd. speaks with Gunjan Joshi speaks about aftermath of the event.
Happymon Jacob, in a conversation with Gunjan Joshi speaks about reasons behind CFVs and his new book ‘Line on Fire: Ceasefire Violations and India–Pakistan Escalation Dynamics’.
David Devadas discusses with Gunjan Joshi the uprisings of 2010 and 2016, causes behind these, and his new book ‘The Generation of Rage’ in Kashmir.