Sanyukt Kulshrestha | Author at https://www.outlookindia.com
At the helm of the new university is retired Indian weightlifter Karnam Malleswari, the first Indian woman to win an Olympic medal, as the vice-chancellor
While some have their hopes pinned to the collaborations with employment in focus, experts have their reservations
Germany has continued to see an influx of Indian students with many higher education institutes reporting an increase in newly enrolled students from India.
The universities offer scholarships for students pursuing higher studies in medicine, engineering, business studies, etc. Also, the cost of living in some cities in China is much lower when compared to other countries like the US, the UK, etc
While it has the potential to widen students’ horizons, the broad guidelines outlined by the UGC leave room for ambiguity and thus, errors.
As environment take centre stage, the importance of education required to train people in disciplines related to the space has gone up
While there is demand galore for gaming in India, what the country lacks is proper educational and training infrastructure that can nurture individuals to produce virtual games
As per a report by market research firm The Business Research Company, the global market size of design services is projected to grow to $249.5 billion by 2022 from the $153 billion that it had touched in 2018.
With continuous innovations happening in the ever-evolving computer space, there is a definite need for computer programmers all over the world and Indian students are poised to make the most of it.
From mass resignations to dual employment, the work environment during the pandemic went through a sea change and saw the emergence of new trends. We explore what redefined today’s employment scenario.
Looking at the pace at which the AI space is expanding, it won’t be surprising to see the need and demand for professionals and experts shoot up substantially in the coming years.
A course in game design does not limit the students’ opportunities to the gaming industry alone and animation, graphic design and even special effects could become their playing fields.
The ad hoc travel restrictions imposed by countries to curb the spread of the virus had ended up clipping the wings of scores of students who were looking forward to pursuing their higher education abroad.
Foreign educational institutes are leaving no stone unturned to woo Indian students for courses in higher studies, many a times offering discounts and relaxations not heard of in pre-Covid times.