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The need for global collaboration in education as the best solution to face the challenges of requirement of skilled manpower in 21st century” Mr. Sibal highlighted at the EDGE 2010 (Read more)
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Bill to facilitate foreign educational institutions to operate in India is ready and would be placed before the Cabinet any time. HRD Minister Kapil Sibal said at EDGE 2010.(Read more)
Vidyadeep, a national level case study competition conducted by Sikkim Manipal University - Distance Education (SMU-DE). (Read more)
Kapil Sibal India's higher-education minister, and Martha Kanter, U.S. under secretary for education, take part in the opening ceremony of an international higher-education conference in New Delhi. (Read more)
“All the discussions over the Foreign Education Providers Bill is over. The bill is ready to go to the Cabinet any day,” Mr Sibal said here at the ‘Emerging Directions in Global Education (EDGE) summit 2010’. (Read more)
Shri Kapil Sibal, Hon’ble Minister for HRD, inaugurated EDGE 2010 while Dr. Martha Kanter, Under Secratrary, Education Department, USA was the Guest of Honor at the event. Dr. Sam Pitroda, Advisor to the PM delivered the “Highlight Lecture”. (Read more)
Achyuta Samanta, founder of KIIT Group of Institutions, has been conferred the prestigious Young EDGE Award for 2010. (Read more)
Prime Minister’s Advisor Sam Pitroda says time has come when action is required to improve the quality of education in Indian varsities. (Read more)
HRD minister Kapil Sibal said "We need to create a structure and environment for that. We need to give freedom and autonomy to universities," at EDGE 2010.(Read more)
To help develop these US-India higher education relationships, the delegation met in Bangalore with higher education institutions such as the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) and the global IT company, Infosys. From there, the group traveled to Pune. The delegates attended and participated at the Emerging Directions in Global Education (EDGE) Conference, a three-day event. (Read more)
Dr. Kanter said that it was a time for both – US and India – to act and lead avenues in higher education. As the two largest democracies in the world it is their duty to educate maximum number of people. She said both the countries have common challenge to ensure access to education and improving quality. US was committed to work towards internationalizing education, she added at the inaugural session of Emerging Directions in Global Education (EDGE) 2010 conference on March 3 (Read more)
Sikkim Manipal University's Distance Education Programme: Catalysing Change at EDGE 2010 (Read more)
Top foreign varsities eye presence in India (Read more)
ICT Empowering Education – the panelists discussed on tomorrowstechnology solutions to create IT enabled campuses. The discussion was led by Rajeev Shorey, President, NIT University at EDGE 2010. (Read more)
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