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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: Foreign faculty will be immensely beneficial for Institutions of Eminence

The combined research output of all India’s central universities is less than that of either Cambridge or Stanford alone. Hiring foreign faculty will boost research and internationalization.

Straight Talk: Faculty Shortages are a Huge Obstacle to India's Higher Ed Plans

More than half the positions for professor at central universities are vacant, at a time when more and more Indians are attending college. How are we going to find more faculty for them?

How will technology impact student learning

Mr. Siddharth Maheshwari, Director of Amity Future Academy talks about the goals and benefits of technology in education.

The Pratham Column: India's demographic dividend, employability and education

India is projected to have one of the world's youngest populations, by 2020. But there is a long way to go to get everyone educated and employable, says Pratham's Ranajit Bhattacharyya.

Chennai Students Take 3rd Place in UK-India Social Innovation Challenge 2017

6 students from the Chennai-based Loyola Institute of Business Administration have won the third prize in the UK-India Social Innovation Challenge 2017. Read more below.

Straight Talk: Building more colleges will not help India's youth; improving existing ones will

Constructing more colleges simply to accommodate larger numbers of students will not fix the real problem of absorbing graduates into the economic mainstream.

Straight Talk: That college degree may not be worth getting into debt

Of our 5.500 business schools, barring the top 20, most produce only 7% employable MBAs, with the rest earning under Rs. 10,000 a month. Similarly, 80% of engineering graduates are unemployable

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

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