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Published: 28th November 2016 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th November 2016 10:03 PM   |  A+A-



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BSE Institute ties up with Israel Univ

 BSE Institute Ltd, the leader in financial education, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Israel’s leading University IDC Herzliya to offer collaborative programmes, research initiatives, and student exchange programmes between the institutes.

Accenture on the list of top 10
Accenture has been recognised as one of the top 10 of the 100 best Companies for Women in India list, which celebrates organisations that champion sustainable careers for women. The inaugural list was published by Working Mother and AVTAR.

Forming new bonds

FLAME University will begin its association with Wellesley College, Massachusetts, United States with a pilot study abroad programme. Three female students from FLAME will attend Wellesley for a semester in Spring 2017. Wellesley College is a private, women’s liberal arts college, ranked the fourth best liberal arts college in the United States in 2016.

Convocation held
at IIT Ropar
As many as 130 students were felicitated with graduate and postgraduate degrees by the chief guest. Out of this, 112 graduated with BTech degrees and 18 with PhDs. Four students also received special awards. Gaurav Mittal Computer Science and Engineering received the President of India Gold Medal.

Student career fair for women

The Anita Borg Institute (ABI), a non-profit organisation focused on the advancement of women in computing and technology, will be organising a student career fair, at the largest technical conference for women in India, the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing India (GHCI) 2016. The fair is only for women students from computing, IT and engineering backgrounds.

Save the Children and REAL organises Children’s Day prog

Save the Children, an international NGO and child rights organisation in collaboration with the Education department, Cuddalore district, Government of TN and a local partner NGO, REAL, organised the Children’s Day 2016 programme on November 19 at Cuddalore to promote disaster risk reduction of children. 260 school children from 25 schools in Cuddalore and Kurinchipadi block along with 50 teachers and parents participated in the Children’s Day programme. Save the Children celebrated the day with a range of innovative and fun-filled activities at schools.

Round two for ‘Future of Learning’

For the second consecutive year in a row, Pearson, the world’s learning company organised an exclusive session – ‘Future of Learning’ for thought leaders in the education space. Pearson’s award-winning flagship product, MyPedia was launched last year with a promise of delivering superior teaching and student performance through enhanced processes and improved application of learning. Technological advancements have opened doors to path-breaking innovation in education. Immersive learning, gamification and mobile learning, design thinking are being used extensively to make learning an enriching experience for students.  


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