Qlik academic programme to cover 50 education institutions in India

Qlik academic programme to cover 50 education institutions in India

Data analytics company Qlik, has announced the expansion of the Qlik academic programme to cover 50 education institutions across 25 cities in India. Under this programme, more Universities will be able to teach marketable data literacy and analytical skills to students along with  their academic discipline. The Qlik Academic programme is open to accredited university-level institutions globally including profit and non-profit colleges alike. To name a few,it include education institutions like IIM Bangalore, IIM Lucknow, IIM Indore, SP Jain School of Global Management, NIT Karnataka, NMIMS Mumbai, SCMHRD, Xavier Institute of Management…

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Qlik Academic Program to encompass 50 education institutes across 25 Indian cities

Qlik Academic Program to encompass 50 education institutes across 25 Indian cities

Data analytics deployer Qlik on Thursday announced the expansion of the Qlik Academic Program, which will now cover 50 education institutions across 25 cities in India. The initiative will enable more universities to improve the value of their offerings by teaching marketable data skills, and also help students advance their analytical and data literacy skills within every academic discipline.   Offering free, full-year subscriptions to Qlik software, the Qlik Academic Program is open to any accredited university-level institution worldwide, for-profit and non-profit colleges alike. The program provides access to the Qlik…

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ONLINE COURSES MAY WORSEN ACADEMIC OUTCOMES, ESPECIALLY FOR AT-RISK STUDENTS

ONLINE COURSES MAY WORSEN ACADEMIC OUTCOMES, ESPECIALLY FOR AT-RISK STUDENTS

Online university courses might be creating new challenges for the very students they are meant to help, a new study finds. Many non-traditional students turn to, and are recruited for, online degree programs on the promise of greater flexibility and lower fees. But research released by the Brookings Institution last week suggests online courses provide the worst academic outcomes for the students who most need extra support. Looking at the for-profit DeVry University’s enrollment and performance data, Eric Bettinger and Susanna Loeb of Stanford University report that students who took an online class…

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Punjab Government Approves Online Transfer Of Government School Teachers From Next Academic Session

Punjab Government Approves Online Transfer Of Government School Teachers From Next Academic Session

Punjab Government Approves Online Transfer Of Government School Teachers CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh today approved a policy for online transfer of government teachers from the next academic session, on the lines of a similar system existing in several other states, including in neighbouring Haryana. The decision, taken by the Chief Minister at an Education Department review meeting here, will facilitate transfer of school teachers, while making the process more transparent, according to an official spokesperson. The Chief Minister directed the Additional Chief Secretary (School Education) to discuss…

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CBSE Schools Can Order NCERT Textbooks Online For Academic Year 2017-18

CBSE Schools Can Order NCERT Textbooks Online For Academic Year 2017-18

NEW DELHI: NCERT textbooks will be made available to all CBSE affiliated schools for the academic session 2017-2018 and orders in this regard can be placed online. This decision has been taken in a review meeting chaired by the Minister of Human Resources Development. NCERT will be printing and supplying textbooks in adequate numbers for all classes. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has created a link on its official website (cbse.nic.in) for raising online indent for NCERT text books. As per the released circular, the link for online indent…

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Focus on career plan, academic knoweldge, MBA aspirants told

Focus on career plan, academic knoweldge, MBA aspirants told

Madurai-based Thiagarajar School of Management (TSM) in association with The Hindu Education Plus organised a one-day group discussion and personal interview (GDPI) session for MBA aspirants here on Wednesday. Addressing the participants, Director and Professor of TSM Gautam Ghosh said the first hurdle faced by students is choosing a good MBA college, especially from the second and third rung segment. Apart from the IIMs and other top B-Schools, there are about 4,000 colleges recognised by the AICTE and as well as autonomous ones, but before joining a college a student…

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Kendriya Vidyalayas to extend to government schools best run academic, non-academic practises

Kendriya Vidyalayas to extend to government schools best run academic, non-academic practises

The Kendriya Vidyalayas will now extend some of their best practises to government run school near their area in both academic and non-academic spheres. The Kendriya Vidyalaya schools are run by the Ministry of Human Resource Development. The Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan will enable a platform for these schools to share their best practices as well as to exchange the best resources for ensuring excellence in pursuit of scholastic and co-scholastic activities in school system, so as to play an effective role of a guiding institution, a statement said. The Kendriya Vidyalayas…

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