Doodle Kids focuses on advanced creative learning and readiness through a sound, and cordial condition to help kids in causing the smooth change from Home to Pre-School.
An inaugural British South Asian Youth Summit, hosted virtually by veteran Indian-origin British MP Virendra Sharma recently, concluded with a memorandum of understanding (MoU) calling for the decolonisation of education in the UK to cover all aspects of history, including the realities of the British Empire.
Education is a vital pillar on which the foundation of India’s aspiration of becoming a $5 trillion economy in the next decade shall be built, writes the former deputy chair of the British Council.
Reports of Indian students enrolled at UK universities struggling with fees and basic necessities amid the coronavirus lockdown could adversely impact the recent upward swing in Indians applying to study in the UK.
The long-awaited overhaul of India’s education policy promises to provide students a liberal education and vocational training that will prepare them for jobs not only in India but across the world, says India Inc Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
The UK Higher Education, a sector that is expected to help the UK realise its growth and development aspirations, is gearing up to welcome incoming students...
In an exclusive interview with India Global Business, Mayank Kumar, Co-founder & MD, upGrad shares his thoughts on digitalisation in the Indian educational sector, the recent National Education Policy and the various collaborations being undertaken by upGrad.
Historians and campaigners have called for practical solutions to ensure a well-rounded approach to teaching all aspects of the British Empire to students in the UK.
upGrad has tied up with the leading EMI financing platform ZestMoney, and fintech companies to offer working Indians an opportunity to earn diplomas and degrees.
The New Education Policy announced by the Modi government has allowed foreign universities to open campuses in India. This can raise the standards of higher education in the country and help it become a higher education hub in Asia. But the government will have to clarify the fine print before the first such institution opens its doors.