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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.

Hall of Fame

BrainGain Magazine showcases the higher education journeys of well-known figures

61% of education leaders say India's higher education is outdated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

93% of Indian B-school graduates are unemployable

A study by the business chamber Assocham has found that, barring a few top institutes, most of India’s 5,500 business schools crank out poorly trained graduates

The Pratham Column: Never take learning for granted

It's important to ask whether your child is actually learning in school, says Maria Grazia Pastorello - because this could impact their future aspirations more than we think.

Apply now for University of Nottingham's undergraduate law scholarships

University of Nottingham is offering scholarships to Indian students who have scored an outstanding result in Class XII and have an offer to start a law degree. Applications are now open.

Straight Talk: Can Institutions of Eminence overcome the challenges that lie ahead?

Among other things, they will need to hire and retain quality, research-oriented faculty, and to transform the stifling academic culture that prevails at even top universities in India today.

Straight Talk: International students in China and India - A Brief Comparison

An impressive number of students from India and China head abroad for higher education every year. But the numbers of international students flocking to the two countries are not equally substantial. Why is there such a gap and how can it be bridged? Dr. Pushkar discusses below.

Venture for India & Columbia Business School Partner on Scholarship Program

Venture for India (VFI) in collaboration with Columbia Business School, has launched a scholarship program, which will see 15 students selected for an opportunity to take part in a 3-week entrepreneurial workshop at Columbia University in New York City.

A Year Abroad: Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Program

The YES program provides scholarships for high-school students from countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh to spend up to a year in the US

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