Enter COVID-19, foreign Universities offer IELTS relaxation and fee-waivers and much more to attract Indian students
Aligning themselves to the demand of the times, foreign universities are coming out with appealing offers and features including fee-waivers, IELTS relaxation etc. Besides fee-waivers, there are online courses, virtual tours, provisional admissions, and an unprecedented option to join on-campus a... Read More
How to Start a CBSE School Anywhere in India?
I wish to open a CBSE school in Bangalore. We are at the stage of forming the non-proprietary organization—trust , society or company. Which of the three is most suitable as far as the running of a CBSE school is concerned?... Read More
Need Help in Choosing Undergraduate Course / Streams Most Suited for You?
School education is evolving in tandem with the diversifying higher education and spawning industries and broadening career options, some conventional and some not very much so. There have been steady and studied developments in the curriculums and pedagogy but then there are also abrupt modificatio... Read More
National Education Policy: Key-Systems that will Drive Reforms
The national education policy has been put into effect and now the practicalities of it are being deliberated upon and they are unraverling by the day. The scheme of the policy is to bring about large scale transformation in the school and higher education sector. The latest of the announcements ma... Read More
How Audio Visual (AV) learning can change the future trends of education?
The classrooms of today are equipped with numerous Audio Visual (AV) aids but they were best used when teachers and students share the physical space at the time of teaching-learning.... Read More
India’s Education Market Prospects for Foreign Investors
India is a nation of nations, its population is as diverse as it is humungous. Just by the virtue of being hugely populated, it is an enormous market. The nation’s demographics presents itself as a ripe opportunity for many sectors with as much as 50 percent of the population below 25. It is esp... Read More
Deciphering the IB Diploma Program
The international education programs which generate tremendous curiosity among the students and parents are run by the International Baccalaureate Organization and Cambridge International. We have add... Read More
Anantha Lakshmi International School - A welcome addition to the educational scene of Anantapur
The southern part of India is relatively known for giving more emphasis on education which has exposed them to various learning avenues and they also have earned good reputation in terms of literacy. The state Andhra Pradesh constitutes a literacy rate of over 72% which makes it one of the most lite... Read More
The Three Language Policy—Antecedents and contemporary perspectives
The states in India were reorganized on linguistic basis. Education, it was realized has to have an element of uniformity for the idea of the Union of States to work, hence the national education boards. The states originally had, and continue to have a say in deciding the education policy.... Read More
NEP 2020: Ideas on the Ideal Age to Begin Formal Education
The National Education Policy has made many radical departures from how the schooling has come to be perceived in India. One of the major changes that the NEP proposes is to integrate the early childhood schooling into the primary schooling system i.e. preschooling will become a formal part of the s... Read More
CBSE, ICSE vs IB, IGCSE; Which is Better for Indian Students?
School Education in India is witnessing a dynamic shift with the introduction of International programmes like IB and IGCSE curricula in Indian schools. It can be argued that the international education is years from catching up to the levels achieved by countries in Western Europe and Americas but ... Read More
Closing the Engineering College? Why not convert into an International school?
The en-masse closure of engineering colleges in every state of India is indicative of many things including plummeting interest of candidates, diversification of career choices after K-12 schooling... Read More
Psychological Effects on School Children in the Pursuit of Academic Excellence
School education has witnessed renewed interest amongst parent community in 21st Century. The effort and research invested into designing the curriculum of primary classes reflect that amply. With the redefinition, school education started an undercurrent of psychological change in children. The rea... Read More
Glimpses of NEP 2020 and Notable International Education Systems
The new education policy has deservedly been at the center of discussion in educational circles. The NEP 2020 is expected to bring about systemic changes in the way education is structured and it is also going to alter the methodologies and broaden the outcomes of school certificates, degrees, and d... Read More
How to Start School and get IGCSE affiliation?
To become an IGCSE school in India, a school has to first establish itself conventionally. It has to be run by a Trust /Society / Section 8 company. Such Trust/Society/Company has to be a non-proprietary organization. There must be a School Managing Committee set up by the Trust/Society. For details... Read More
Desired School Features In the Light of National education Policy
What features could make a school extraordinary and compatible with the National Education Policy ,and what are the elements that helps an institution ensure that the futures of the children studying under its wings is secure?... Read More