The 21st Century has seen a technological boom with the world literally shrinking into our mobile phones and everything ranging from food to education fitting within the palm of our hand. This means that the economy of the whole world has seen rapid growth and India is one of the fastest-growing economies of this modern and technological work
The Covid-19 pandemic has reshaped our lifestyle with our heavy dependence on the internet and digital medium. Work from home being our new lifestyle, the education industry had to reinvent to keep up with the new era. Schools, colleges and universities are switching to digital learning to carry out virtual lectures
Data scientists are not solely required in the technology sector, but they are in demand in almost every job sector. Data Scientists are known for the depth of their knowledge based on the analysis of data. The five biggest tech companies—Google, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, and Facebook are looking for Data Scientists at a larger level
“Swadhyah is the intrinsic dimension of learning for the learners irrespective of their personal, social or behavioural identity. Individual hidden potential unfolds through the churning of the intrinsic spirit of the person. Swadhyah Samkalpa attempts to sensitize that dimension in the personality of the learners
Dr. Hoshi Bhiwandiwalla, the dean of Asia’s first and best event institute informed us of two important happenings at NIEM. He told that NIEM will be opening their admissions for the academic year 2021 – 2022 from 16th February onwards and he also announced about the Mumbai finale of their two big shows – the Mr & Ms. University and College Idol on 24th February at Rangsharda Auditorium, Bandra.
Brainstorming ideas to design business plans with students from around the globe and mentors from Harvard can be every high school student’s dream come true. The Young Leaders in Innovation & Entrepreneurship program gives students the unique opportunity to share their budding ideas on a global platform and receive guidance from tutors from Harvard