Career

Complete Guide to Regular and Executive MBA in India

Masters of Business Administration (MBA) is the most popular management program both in India and Abroad. An MBA can be pursued as a full-time, part-time, Executive or Distance Learning Programme. Some of the core subjects of an MBA program include Accounting, Statistics, Operations and Supply Chain Management, Organizational Behaviour, Business Communication, Marketing, Corporate Law, Entrepreneurship, Business Policy, Business Economics, Human Resource Management among many others. The students who can choose the mode of study which suits them the best.  REGULAR MBA A Regular MBA is of two years, divided into four semesters. A Regular MBA is widely known as a Full-time MBA. In this program, the students have to attend a regular college, take theory classes, project submissions as w

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Career

List of MBA Courses and the Specializations

The MBA (Masters of Business Administration) is a professional degree, for which the eligibility criteria includes firstly holding an undergraduate degree of three years or more from a recognized University or College. Secondly, the student may or may not be required to hold a work experience of one or more years depending on the University applied. You can find top Business schools all over the world, offering various MBA programs that are as follows:  - Full-time MBA Program - Part-time MBA Program - Executive MBA Program - Distance learning program with various specializations An MBA degree is a highly valued degree that helps to develop the necessary skills for Business and Management. It helps an individual to learn to lead and to manage a Business. The practical skills

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Career

Masters of Social Work in India

Masters of Social Work (MSW) is a professional degree course in the field of social work, in which professionals work for the welfare of the people, communities, etc. The eligibility for the MSW is that the course can either be pursued after completion of a Bachelor’s in Social Work or any other graduation degree from a recognized university. Although, candidates from any stream can choose to do MSW preference is given to those who specialize in Psychology, Sociology or related fields. Course Structure: The Masters of Social Work is a two-year program that is divided into four semesters.  Aspirants can either pursue the course full-time, part-time or distance learning. The course fees range from Rs. 50,000 to Rs. 1,00,000/- There are no entrance exams for the course. The selection de

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Career

Explore the Different branches of Engineering

Engineering is the study of science and technology, and the application of scientific principles that are used to develop machines, structures, and various other innovations. Engineering is on top of the most demanded courses in India. You can observe that out of every 10 people, 2 want to become Engineers. Engineering is a very diverse field with more than a hundred specializations to choose from. The most popular Engineering branches include Computer Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering are some of the main branches of Engineering. Apart from these, there are various other specializations listed below: Aeronautical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Aerospace Engineering Mining Engineering Automo

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Forms

IBPS Clerk 2019 Notification: Exam Details

The Institute of Banking Personnel (IBPS) Clerk is one of the most important competitive exams through which one can work with various Centralized Banks. IBPS has released the official notification for IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2019. This is for the 12,000+ vacancies of the job. Fee Payment for the IBPS Clerk 2019 Application: The whole registration process is done online on the website: https://ibps.in/. But the application fees can be paid through both online and offline modes. The Fees for Application for the candidates of SC, ST, PWD  or EXSM categories is Rs. 100/- while for other candidates, the application fee is Rs. 600/-. The Candidates belonging to OBC category but coming under the creamy layer are required to select their category as General. Important dates: ...

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Higher education

Why Canada has become a top destination for Higher Studies

Canada is one of the most preferred destinations for Education in the world. Canada has seen a rise in the number of International Students in the last few years. You can find many Canadian Universities in the list of the top Universities in the World. The  Canadian Education Department of the government has been trying to build strategies to bring more international students to Canada. The plan also boosts the students to take up jobs during their studies. The aim is to encourage them to stay in the country after they complete their graduation. The top Cities of Canada where the International student populations are high include Vancouver, Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto among others. Top universities to study in Canada include:   - University of Toronto, Toronto   - McGill University,

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Education News

Upcoming World Education Summit 2019 in Mumbai

World Education Summit 2019 in Mumbai The World Education Summit is an International Platform with its focus on innovative and creative actions for the Education sector. The summit sees top decision-makers share their experiences, observations, and insights and collaborate on new ideas to improve the education sector. The aim and focus of the Summit are to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the Academic Sector. Elets Technomedia and DigitalLEARNING magazine together are going to conduct the 15th World Education Summit in Mumbai, Maharashtra. The dates of the Summit are 21-22 November 2019. The key focus areas of the summit will be as follows: Building India an EduEconomy by 2022 Role of Technology in Educating the Present and Future Generations Learning Transform

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Education News

Scope of Artificial Intelligence in India

Another word for Artificial Intelligence is Machine Intelligence. The basic definition of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is when machines or computers perform Cognitive Functions that are basically associated with the human brain, for example, thinking, solving problems or learning. The following are the three types of Artificial Intelligence systems: -         Analytical Artificial Intelligence -         Human-inspired Artificial Intelligence -         Humanized Artificial Intelligence When we talk about Artificial Intelligence in India, earlier many misconceptions were associated with the term as people were afraid that the technology of AI and machine learning will lead to lesser demand for human jobs. Not realizing that the benefits of using Artificial Intelligence can be

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Education News

ISRO Chandrayaan 2

Chandrayaan-2 is the lunar exploring space mission after Chandrayaan-1, developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation. The Chandrayaan-2 mission consists of the Vikram Lander (designed only for India's first soft landing on the Lunar Surface) , a Lunar Orbiter (for observing the lunar surface and establishing communication between the Earth and the Vikram Lander)  and the Pragyan Lunar Rover (a six-wheeled AI-Powered Vehicle, supposed to communicate with the Lander). All of these were developed in India. The Chandrayaan-2 was launched on 22nd July 2019 at 2: 43 pm IST (Indian Standard Time). The Rocket used to launch was GSLV Mk III. Second Launch Pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre was the Launch site for this mission.  The Prime Objective of Chandrayaan-2 was to show the ab

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Education News

International Literacy Day

The first International Literacy Day was celebrated in 1967, and this tradition is celebrated annually for 50 years. International Literacy Day has been celebrated worldwide since its inception since 26 October 1966. The world is celebrating the 51st Literacy Day this year. "The need for genuine emancipation of the people and the active participation and increased productivity, in the economic, social and political life of human society, of the hundreds of millions of illiterate adults still present in the world, makes the final report of the 1966 conference that it is necessary to change the country's educational policies. He added that education systems around the world must provide the necessary training for children and adults working so they can learn to read and write. "Nationa

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