Working with robots is no longer the stuff of science fiction. The first industrial robot was designed by George Devol in 1954. More recent progress in artificial intelligence techniques has produced robots that can respond to changes in their environment instead of just repeating the same task over and over again on the factory floor.  Read More
The pace of growth; disruption across all major industries; and its effect on the complete structure of production, management, and governance differentiates the developments of Industry 4.0 the earlier  Read More
It took 50 years to adopt electricity, 30 years to adopt radio, over 13 years to invent mobile phones and only  Read More
Every educational institution is of the opinion that as representatives of the academia, it is the need of  Read More
Exams for medical postgraduate medical seats have gone the online route for the past few years which now  Read More
With +2 results and the smog of mixed feelings, there is a question "what to study", in the mind of every teen. Looking for some directives from the peers and seniors, the close ones, and the experts, people usually get further confused. As what we actually do is believe in others shadow than believing in our real being.  Read More
Flawless, and in-depth knowledge of fundamental concepts in th discipline of their studies is the vital part of the placement pyramid.  Read More
Exposure to many things gives an edge over succeeding a career. In a jobscape with wide and disruptive opportunities, staying abreast with new things and reaching to resources beyond bounds is becoming the order of the day. This interview with Brinda Manivannan would leave you with insights about Project Management as a course of study and a career choice.  Read More
Student transformation will not happen if business schools are not open to partnerships with companies.  Read More
The quote of Swamy Vivekananda emphasises that “Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man” But in our education system, information is stuffed into young fresh minds day in and day out, not letting the best brains among them to think.  Read More
The theme here is Career Choice & Opportunities and hence we need to view this theme not just in the context of the current environment but with its future relevance as well, because, the future these days unfolds itself much more quickly than it did 10 years back and CHANGE is going to accelerate itself even more in the days to come.  Read More
There has been a recent drive to open up more IITs and IIMs in India, one in every state. The jury is still out on whether such a move would really help in offering quality education to students in a country  Read More
Date of Birth, number of siblings, passport number, and minute details of project executed 15 years back. While these are memorable events or significant milestones (or both) of your life, they have possibly no relevance for the job you are applying fo  Read More
On-campus courses are setup in a manner where students are required to log in to the education portal and read the pre-class reading material before they come in to class  Read More
Machinists think they don't have 5-axis work. In reality every workshop has a work that would benefit from a 5-axis machining.  Read More
Good stories always captivate human brains, in business as well as in games. Story driven games are very successful in enticing large audiences  Read More
A massive open online course (MOOC) is an online course aimed at large-scale interactive participation and open access via web. In addition to the traditional learning materials such as videos, audio and presentations  Read More
To be employed is to be at risk, to be employable is to be secure  Read More
This is the story of Vivek who hails from a small town. Right from his childhood, his dream was to become an Engineer. To fulfill his dream, he had joined a good engineering college and chose the Mechanical Engineering stream  Read More
Classroom clickers or "student response systems" have become high-demand classroom tools in schools, universities, and training programs across the country. Research on clicker technology has proved that response systems are not a trend or a fad, but a true instructional technology piece that can change instruction and impact student learning.  Read More
NASSCOM estimates that by 2017, 1.3 million Indians will be needed in the IT and ITES sector.  Read More
MOOC - Massively Open Online Courses, are online courses offered via the Internet and include video lectures, live classes, automated grading methods and at times, peer evaluations.  Read More
Students need help. The existing academic infrastructure takes care of students academic skills. We need to go beyond that. We need to help them with other skills – ability to create, communicate, and contribute. Here are some ideas  Read More
Airtel money in simple words, is a mobile wallet. You can load cash on your mobile and use it to send money or spend on just about anything - from wherever you are, in the touch of a button  Read More
A report says that only 30% of Engineering graduates and 14% of all college graduates are recruitable.  Read More
An important point to consider while writing the "perfect resume" is using relevant information that would help the potential recruiter make a decision about you.  Read More
Times have changed. People (particularly students and colleges) now have access to internet and mobile, and more importantly use it day in and day out.  Read More
Recognizing this need, UNESCO in 1990, had launched a global movement, aiming to meet the education needs of all by 2015.  Read More

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