Tag: Knowledge

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  • A crucial component

    A crucial component

    Imparting higher education among the youth helps bridge socio-economic gaps, which in the long run will gear up India's development.

    September 4, 2018
  • Focus cannot only be on institutions of excellence

    Focus cannot only be on institutions of excellence

    Knowledge is becoming superficial too. The semester system has a large role to play. It only eats into learning time by squeezing in another month-long semester examination. What is suitable for campus-based learning where all the facilities are available twenty-four hours, is not conducive to institutes whose hours of instruction are limited to several hours …

    August 27, 2018
  • Bringing knowledge to the afflicted

    Bringing knowledge to the afflicted

    Prachi Deo relied upon her technological expertise to set up an online information resource platform for the families of individuals with IDD

    August 9, 2018
  • Innovating learning

    Innovating learning

    The world is your classroom…Welcome to Geneo! Sarah Berry reports on the innovative app that makes learning a pleasure

    May 3, 2018
  • More of practical knowledge

    More of practical knowledge

    Work experience has become a mandatory part of the curriculum in the modern education system

    April 10, 2018
  • Towards skilled curriculum content

    Towards skilled curriculum content

    Many universities and colleges across the world have come up with various programmes that furnish students with managerial and planning skills necessary to run an organisation efficiently.

    April 3, 2018
  • Thirst for knowledge

    Thirst for knowledge

    Bright yellow tigers with upturned vases stuck to their paws; a turtle, shell delicately enamelled and painted with miniatures, sporting the same vase on its back; solid-looking buildings bursting into bloom; cartographical maps depicting vast land masses slowly unravelling to form rivers and pathways for pilgrims ~ these are the first impressions of Tarshito’s work …

    March 2, 2018
  • Breaking down the confidence barrier

    Breaking down the confidence barrier

    Are you debilitated by lack of self confidence? Do you believe that even if you possess the skills and the required knowledge to succeed in your goals, your lack of assurance becomes an obstruction to your success? However, you should always keep in mind that while in some areas you might not be self assured, …

    January 30, 2018
  • Knowledge in real life settings

    Knowledge in real life settings

    The pertinent issue is whether present day business schools are manufacturing managers programmed to make better business decisions from ethical lens as well. Ethics, sometimes known as moral philosophy, is an abstract subject and filled with grey areas. Different people interpret it differently, at times in a manner that suits them. From business school perspective, …

    August 7, 2017
  • Driven by technological adoption

    Driven by technological adoption

    Technology has gradually been entering the domain of education. Knowledge, something which was once solely restricted to books, is now actively being accessed by the use of various platforms such as websites, applications, videos, and live chats. Multitude of schools —largely in tier one and tier two cities have also embraced this change to make …

    August 1, 2017
  • Facebook can make us isolated

    Facebook can make us isolated

    While using Facebook do you tend to seek people or groups that match your opinions? If so, you may tend to become isolated and more narrow-minded, a study has revealed. With most people seeking out only the news and views that tally with their own opinions, the social media networking site may be inadvertently helping …

    January 23, 2017
  • Great teachers ignite curiosity

    Great teachers ignite curiosity

    What distinguishes a great teacher from a good teacher?  First, a good teacher focuses on the dissemination of knowledge, whereas great teachers ignite the curiosity of the learner.   Even if they know more than the student, they break the monotonous lectures and keep on opening their boxes of curiosity to ignite and reignite their …

    September 14, 2016
  • Recreating music

    Recreating music

    Recreating music Indian music band, Maati Baani, popular for its beautiful blend of cultural compositions released a refreshed version ‘Heal the World" by Michael Jackson on the legend’s 58th birthday on 29 August. To erase boundaries and artistic inhibitions, to spread the message of love and peace, to create awareness on the sufferings of the …

    September 7, 2016
  • Life’s golden treasure

    Life’s golden treasure

    The golden treasure of a child is his or her education. Education is essential for a child&’s growth, success and happiness. It helps the child to know and understand the world around. But what is education? Education is learning how to read and write. Education is knowledge and skills. It teaches us many things. Education helps …

    September 5, 2016
  • ‘Sounds’ like an option?

    ‘Sounds’ like an option?

    Music rejuvenates every soul and to produce music, lot of technical aspects are involved. It was in 1877 that Thomas Edison invented phonograph, the first machine that was involved in sound recording and reproduction. Dizzy Gillespie once said, “I don’t care much about music. What I like is sound.” If the very thought of working …

    September 1, 2016