Economic Survey: Need to create quality education infra to grab futuristic jobs

India needs to build quality education and skill development infrastructure and a policy especially for higher education to meet requirements of futuristic employment opportunities, the Economic Survey has said.

NRI investors in UAE on India Budget 2015

Budget hailed as a pragmatic blueprint for progress. A cross section of Non-resident Indians and investors in the UAE share their comments on the budget.

Many girls in Africa and the Middle East are under pressure to leave school

More girls in Africa and the Middle East are going to school and staying there longer. But advances in girls’ education are being undercut by threats from radical Islamists and others.

Budget 2015: Implications for the education sector

There was much expectation from the Finance Minister in the education and academic industry from this year's Budget. If India has to achieve GDP growth of 8 per cent, then it needs a skilled, trained and educated workforce to make it possible.

13 percent hike in budget allocation for higher education

New Delhi, Feb 28 (IANS) Giving a boost to higher learning and with the promise of providing one major central institute in each state, India Saturday earmarked Rs.26,855 crore for higher education, an increase of over 13 percent over last year. For the year 2015-2016, the government allocated Rs.26,855 crore to the department of higher education under the human resource development (HRD ...

'Only healthy, educated young Indians can ensure 8 pc growth'

ISB professor Tarun Jain talks to Shobha Warrier/Rediff.com about what the government must do to achieve 8 pc growth.

ACCA USA and Pace University Lubin School of Business Launch First ACCA Accreditation Program at a U.S.-Based Higher ...

ACCA USA and Pace University today announced a landmark partnership linking ACCA’s globally recognized qualificat

With 282 mn illiterates, India's education sector waits for big bang

You would think a country of 282 million illiterate people and an ambition to become one of the world’s leading economies would invest more in education.

Research and Markets: Study of School Management Committee in a North Eastern State of India in Ensuring Right To ...

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Study of School Management Committee in a North Eastern

Collection aids Indian kids

The Kapur brothers are on a mission to collect new and used school supplies for The Akanksha Foundation, a non-profit organization based in India whose mission is to provide children from low-income communities with a high-quality education, enabling them to maximize their potential and transform their lives.