Category Archives: Edu Alerts

Pornhub is more concerned about sex education than our govts

The words sex and sex education still remain a taboo for Indian society. Indian parents and teachers at school hesitate to speak about ‘birds and bees’ to the students. This is the basic problem for our pathetic status in sexual literacy. Experts in the field say

Naval aviation gets fresh pilots and observers

16 Observers including two women officers and a Coast Guard officer as well as 07 Pilots joined the Aviation arm of the Navy and Coast Guard in an impressive Passing out Parade held at INS Garuda, the Naval Air Station in Kochi on 03 Feb 17

Cambridge English to partner with key educational institutions

Making English language assessments more accessible New Delhi: Cambridge English Language Assessment invited several educational institutions across the country to partner with them, by signing Letters of Intent, to work towards developing effective English language communication skills for both teachers and students. This event, which

XLRI hosted international conference on Responsible Marketing 

Launched XLRI e-waste policy at the conference The Centre for Global Management and Responsible Leadership (CGMRL), XLRI – Xavier School of Management in collaboration with La Trobe Business School, Melbourne, Australia recently organised ‘International Conference on Responsible Marketing’ on January 23-24, 2017. The two day

IIMB’s EPGP ranked among the top 50 in FT Global MBA Ranking 2017

The one-year full-time executive management programme of IIMB shoots up 13 spots to be placed at No. 49 in the FT rankings  Bengaluru: IIM Bangalore’s one-year fulltime Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP) has been ranked among the top 50 in the Financial Times

‘Integration of skill development and education is essential’

As Indian Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is all set to present his fourth budget of Narendra Modi government, Vidushi Daga, Founder and Director  of Clone Futura Education, shares her budget expectations with The Education Post  “Firstly Credit and debit cards need to work across all