India has some world-class fashion institutes and a rapidly growing industry
With one million paid subscriptions already, Byju Raveendran’s app encourages the self-learning habit
The big online education platforms spur exploration, other initiatives benefit thousands with academic rigour
Stay alert and abreast of the changes in education and the reward will follow
Gamification can make learning fun, only that assessments must accompany it
IITs are facing a slide in quality. That shouldn’t give private colleges an edge.
An objective analysis on which college score well in which department
There’s a growing number of students migrating from the Valley to get an education and make a career
An immersion into classical music helps a vocalist face up to the most obdurate of modern maladies
The process of ranking the country's best professional colleges by Outlook in partnership with Drshti Strategic Research Services.
Bureaucrat-dancers and banker-vocalists: India has no lack of professionals who find time to soar high in the classical performing arts
UGC chairman D.P Singh tells Outlook why most youths aren't job-ready, and what steps has the statutory body taken to improve the quality of higher education.
The Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore and Delhi’s Miranda House have been declared India’s best university and college respectivel this year, according to...
Hermetically sealed disciplinary rigour is passe, says this book. Liberal arts-science college education has to embrace other fields, while tending to its roots.
Noteworthy publications review the best business schools in the world. The Financial Times puts ISB Hyderabad ahead of IIM Ahmedabad at No 27.
The government’s move to grant greater autonomy to IIMs should help them become more competitive
Top managers make a beeline for booster shots of academics, to keep up with new needs of a dynamic corporate ecosystem
What do they all need? A sharp guideline for B-schools, aspirants and graduates.
Here’s how classical music is helping people climb their way up the world of business
Stagnant syllabi, poor faculty, unemployable graduates, along with tepid industry demand have put an ultimatum before B-schools
With a market-oriented, cross-discipline approach, corporate-led private varsities are changing education
Over half of young students—each mindful of his/her special interests—are opting for courses fit for new-age careers
Excellence in an off-beat vocation requires flair and, yes, courage. Here are eight such and their pioneers.
Only a comprehensive improvement in tertiary education can fuel India’s growth
New engineering colleges and NEET face trying times in this crucial year for students
This year 350 institutes participated across streams—an increase of nearly 266 per cent as compared to last year's corespondents
For the urban poor and in the hinterland, education is a mutiny of aspirations straining at many leashes
Private film institutes in Tamil Nadu are grooming students for hands-on cinema
Lured by food’s media valorisation, wannabe chefs are clogging the doors of culinary schools
Liberal parents have let their children choose arts. That alone isn’t a saviour.
Engineering degrees are much sought-after, but quality-control is still a big challenge
Home bakeries have the hits, but the science has to be learnt
Are the engineers employed in India today competent enough? IISc professor Dr Vinay Vishwanathan highlights the loopholes in engineering education suystem...
A glut of poor-quality students has dimmed the engineering scene across Tamil Nadu
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) chairman Anil Sahasrabudhe tells why India needs to focus on 'quality-degree education'
NEET popped up issues this time too. Is the exam proving to be a disaster than failure?
|Birla Institute Of Technology & Science||P||Pilani|
|College Of Engineering, Guindy*||P||Chennai|
|Netaji Subhas Institute Of Technology*||G||New Delhi|
|Indian Institute Of Technology (Indian School Of Mines),Dhanbad||G||Dhanbad|