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Stagnant syllabi, poor faculty, unemployable graduates, along with tepid industry demand have put an ultimatum before B-schools

Union minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy’s keynote address calls for a holistic approach towards skill education

Start-up Eckovation is connecting students and teachers through its app

Life lessons taught in school you need to unlearn as you grow up

Udacity, the online education start-up, wants students of today to learn the technology of tomorrow

CEO Virginia Rometty describes the broad consumer impact of Watson, the tech major’s artificial intelligence platform

B-schools are adapting to the emergence of digital education and an indigenous start-up culture

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is keeping Aptech close and not without reason

Sikkim Manipal University's latest campaign breaks the clutter in education advertising

Sudiksha runs schools that offer quality education to kids from bottom-of-the-pyramid families

Arghya Banerjee quit his lucrative career in investment banking to start a primary school that would emphasise learning through logical reasoning

Rose Academy is bridging the digital divide by imparting computer  education to rural youth

Sikshana is helping children stay in school and better their performance by developing their all-round skills

Serial entrepreneur and Portea Medical CEO Meena Ganesh on why spotting opportunities is as important as being in the right place at the right time

From Akanksha Foundation to Teach for India, Shaheen Mistri has given underprivileged kids a chance to reclaim their lives through education

AAP's subsidy model is promising, but there is potential to improve efficiency?

An extract from Guy Spier's tome The Education Of A Value Investor

The Azim Premji Foundation helps building teacher capabilities, especially in government-run schools in India

A private equity maven explains why improved the education quality is the key to reform and philanthropy in India

Here’s a start-up that is unleashing knowledge stored in top universities through its innovative online short-term courses

Here’s a school that’s trying to provide Ivy League education at one-fourth the cost

Rajesh Bhatia bought 14,000 shares and 3,000 shares in two tranches in the process increased his stake to 15.42%.

The former CEO of IDFC Private Equity is at home with philanthropy and education

The second edition of outlook Business’ annual listing has an eclectic mix of companies across sectors

Education in India is a booming business that’s attracting investors by the droves. but success won’t come easily

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