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Embrace innovative and better ways for ICT enabled education in India

Embrace innovative and better ways for ICT enabled education in India

ICTpost Education Bureau The tablet  is a great tool for education in Indian villages. There is no doubt that teaching our children to operate in a digital world is a…

In India, the estimated market for distance learning tools is worth $70 billion

In India, the estimated market for distance learning tools is worth $70 billion

ICTpost Education Bureau The combination of broadband, cheaper laptops and iPad-style tablet computers is putting online teaching services into the mainstream. We can learn a lot with South Korea in…

How to adopt strategies for effective e-Learning

How to adopt strategies for effective e-Learning

ICTpost Education Bureau How to define e-Learning: ‘The convergence of the Internet and Learning, or Internet-enabled learning’; ‘The use of network technologies to create, foster, deliver and facilitate learning, anytime…

India needs a herculean upsurge in Education

India needs a herculean upsurge in Education

ICTpost Education Bureau Education is equally key to enhance India’s competitiveness in the global economy. Therefore, ensuring access to quality education for all, in particular for the poor and rural…

Online learning is expanding beyond its roots in distance learning

Online learning is expanding beyond its roots in distance learning

ICTpost Education Bureau What we are seeing in 2016 and 2017 is a transition to an educational system no longer dominated by traditional education and one or two alternative models.…

There is a very little impact of digital programs on marginalized groups in India

There is a very little impact of digital programs on marginalized groups in India

ICTpost Governance Bureau Marginalized communities are communities in underserved areas, both urban and rural, that include the following target groups, among others: Women, Persons with Disabilities, Unemployed, Poor, Youth, Elderly,…

Invest in girls’ education to break cycle of poverty

Invest in girls’ education to break cycle of poverty

PTI  NEW DELHI: Investing in education of girls, especially the most marginalized, is required to make progress on most social indicators in India, according to UNICEF. To mark the International…

Reduce poverty by tackling 3Es – education, employability and employment

Reduce poverty by tackling 3Es – education, employability and employment

ICTpost Education Bureau India has a formidable set up of engineering and technical institutions. However, many of them are low in terms of the standard of education imparted. In the…

The e-Governance services promised in rural India is still in their infancy

The e-Governance services promised in rural India is still in their infancy

ICTpost Governance Bureau When the focus on e-Governance started in the late nineties in India, the Internet connectivity was abysmally poor. In rural India, there was practically no such connectivity.…

Indian B-schools grow only in quantity, not quality

Indian B-schools grow only in quantity, not quality

ICTpost Education Bureau Private education is big business in India. KPMG pegs the industry at nearly $50 billion and projects it to reach $115 billion by 2018. But growth rates…