Indian Higher Education Institutes to Have National Rankings by April 2016
A senior government official reported that the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) will present rankings of institutes for higher education in April 2016. While speaking at the National Human Resource Management Summit, Vinay Sheel Oberoi, the secretary at the department of higher education stated that about 2,800 institutes applied to secure national rankings. This summit was organized by All India Management Association (AIMA).
Oberoi further added that the national rankings w
Date: Dec 11
Kings College London Enters an Agreement with China for Opening of 3 British Schools in China
The King’s College School, one amongst the most renowned British schools, located in Wimbledon in London, United Kingdom has entered into an agreement with Dipont, an education provider that is Shanghai-based, for setting up a trio of fee-paying schools that are British styled, within China. The deal comprises trading agreement of worth £30 billion that were announced amidst the visit of the Chinese President, named Xi Jinping in the last month.
As per Andrew Halls, King’s College School
Date: Nov 04
Inadequate Education Database Creates Trouble for Assessment
In a recent survey it was observed that there is a serious lack of information regarding the reach and impact of education in India that private and public schools have made. Despite the progress, the country does not have an accurate educational database that can be used for assessment of performance of public and private schools. Thus the question of difference in net output of private school versus public school remains unanswered.
However, a recently done research suggests that perfo
Date: Oct 30
Dramatic Public Health Gains have been Made by China
China's vigorous financial development in late decades has introduced amazing wellbeing upgrades, however wide provincial variations remain, a couple of studies distributed in The Lancet this week appears. Specialists from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China's National Office for Maternal and Child Health Surveillance, and the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington, Seattle, utilized common and area level information to
Date: Oct 28
Vocational Education Park Project is the Latest Buzz in China
It was around three decades back, when China started converting their city lands into industrial parks to attract foreign investors. Today, China is willing to construct its vocational education park. Cities across China are trying to locate vacant lands in different areas to build school parks, labeled as ‘education factories’. These schools will be designed to train and educate thousands of students from across China. Government support and the aim to build a high-tech future is fuelling t
Date: Oct 19
Apprenticeship is the Way Forward Says Government
The Government of India is looking at ways of improve vocational skill sets of the youth in the country with schemes pertaining to skill acquiring. Jayant Krishna, Principal Consultant at Tata Consultancy services (TCS) and Chairperson of the central government's Special Taskforce on Apprenticeship Curriculum Rationalization stated that the model of apprenticeship has been working with efficiency amongst several skilling schemes launched by the government.
It has been observed that develo
Date: Oct 16
New Chapter of Educational and Scientific Collaboration Amid the UK and China
A month ago's eighth UK-China Education Summit in London resulted in the UK-China Strategic Framework in Education, depicted by British Minister for Universities and Science Jo Johnson as speaking to another period of exploratory and instructive collaboration on an extraordinary scale. As a component of the progressing People to People two-sided dialog between the two countries, an incredible 23 agreements on education were marked by China's Minister of Education, named Yuan Guiren and M
Date: Oct 14
China's Huawei to Plan Projects in Ethiopia to Improve Schools Connectivity
Huawei, China's telecom service provider to aim at spreading educational exchange in schools in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia. Huawei, China's telecom remedy provider, recently delivered a new project, 'The Addis Ababa School Net Project' that is aimed to market educational exchanges and resource sharing between schools in the capital of Ethiopia. The project is designed to develop connectivity between 65 education institutes including one university college and 64 seconda
Date: Oct 12
China and Russia: 80% Students Unable to Achieve a Pass Score in the Screening Test Post MBBS
Indian students who travel to another country for a receiving a medical degree need to clear a compulsory test on their arrival for the purpose of practicing there. Nonetheless, over 80% applicants who come from medical colleges to both China and Russia are unable to pass the screening test initiated by the National Board of Examination. Countless from the district, particularly Punjab, spend a fortune to get a medical degree from these nations.
The Medical Council of India permits Indian stu
Date: Oct 07
Which Countries Offer Highest Quality Education American Parents Vote for China and Japan
The study from HSBC reveals that according to the American parents, China and Japan are the two countries offering the highest quality education for children. Compared to the universities in the U.S., the universities in China and Japan offer quality education, said most of the American parents. As per the survey conducted by HSBC, a multinational banking and financial services organization, 42% of the native parents say that America has one of the top three education systems in the globe. The f
Date: Oct 05