INSEAD new exec education programme for India

Programme will enable foreign businesses entering India to be operational and competitive from day one

Remember Nigeria's kidnapped girls?

We have no comprehension of what is going through the minds of 200 Nigerian girls abducted from their school on April 14. We cannot know their darkest fears or the pain and anguish they have had to endure from the Boko Haram terrorists who took them. We cannot imagine for a second what their families are feeling.

INSEAD announces new executive education offering for India

Global business school INSEAD has announced the addition of a new offering to its Executive Education portfolio

Dropout rate matter of concern: Smriti Irani

The overall primary school dropout rates have gone down in India except in the case of tribal children, Human Resources Development Minister Smriti Irani said here Wednesday.

Julia Leggett, CEO, True School of Music

"The recorded music industry in the UK is approx. $7.5bn. India by contrast is at the beginning of its growth phase with non Bollywood music sales at $150m."

Indian experience

India is looking attractive, with its emerging market economy. But those looking to set up shop there would do well to study its culture. Graduate business school Insead is launching an India- specific executive education program next March in New Delhi.

India: School Instructor Arrested in 6-Year-Old's Rape Faced Abuse Complaints, Possessed Copious Child Porn

Section 17 of India's Right to Education Act bans corporal punishment, both mental and physical. The child rape incident was followed by another rape of a 22-year-old woman in a car on 10 July and yet another one of a 15-year-old nun in a seminary. Police have since arrested a skating instructor for the alleged rape of the child at Vibgyor High school in Marathahalli in the city. A laptop and ...

Higher education gets 13 percent hike

New Delhi: In a boost to higher learning with a stress on "world class" centres of learning, India Thursday earmarked Rs.27,656 crore (Rs.276.56 billion) for higher education, an increase of…

India state sacks hundreds of teachers over fake degrees

India's Bihar state has sacked 1,100 school teachers in the last five years for faking their own education qualifications, an official said Tuesday. Bihar's government has launched an investigation into the eastern state's primary and secondary teachers to check the authenticity of their degrees, the official said. "We have removed about 1,100 school teachers in last five years in the state for ...

More Children Are Going to School in India, but They’re Learning Less

India's woeful state schools are in stark contrast to the country's lofty goals of becoming a nation of call centers and technology parks