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How the University of Toronto and IIT Bombay plan to increase opportunities for students

In addition, the agreement signed between the two institutions aims to promote the sharing of sound city-building practices in both countries and train the next generation of Indian faculty.

Straight Talk: Indian government must limit research to select institutions

PM Narendra Modi recently said that research should be pushed to state universities. Here Dr. Pushkar argues against such a move.

India Needs a Sputnik Moment

To compete globally, India must jolt education and spur innovation

Discover Sports Skills Training in Odisha with Australia's Centurion University

Australia’s Centurion University will establish a Sports Skills Training Centre in Odisha, the first in India to utilize a wide range of sports, fitness, wellness, and lifestyle courses focusing on applied learning and vocational skills.

What does it take to be a topper? Q&A with Shivang Singh

Shivang Singh, NCR topper of 2017, and alumnus of the KWHS summer programme, talks about his daily routine, the importance of extracurricular activities, and why everyone needs to chill.

Ambedkar Abroad: A Tale of Opportunity, Brilliance and Grit

B.R. Ambedkar was given a rare opportunity which most Indian students depend on, even today – a scholarship to study abroad. He went on to make the most of it, excelling at the best universities in the US and the UK. Here is a brief account of his student life and how it made him the man he became.

University of Southampton launches The Business School Summer Programme

The programme provides students with an opportunity to stay at the elite Russell Group University for two weeks & learn from its celebrated academia.

China Closes Gap on U.S. Technology Lead

Ever since the US opened the door to Chinese and Indian students in the 1970s, hundreds of thousands have flocked to America to study engineering or science. Now these engineers are storming back to their home countries.

Lack of trust and risk to reputation: Why US universities avoid using recruitment agents

US universities and colleges are more cautious in using student recruitment agencies than their counterparts in other countries, according to a recent survey

61% of education leaders say India's higher education is outdated

A survey, titled ‘Upskilling India’, notes that Indian higher education is unable to respond to society's changing needs

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