Since the last decade, the Education Industry has witnessed a sea change at least in terms of technology usage. And with the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the transformation is becoming more visible. The change is not confined to a place or community, but visible
“Do professors not realize they are penalizing otherwise great students who are too terrified to speak?” No, I do not mean just feeling too shy in class to speak. I mean feeling TERRIFIED of being the center of attention while answering in class. Or feeling
“It’s ironic how I am learning about gender rights at 9 AM every Tuesday along with the muffled violent abuses being hurled at my mother accentuating my professor’s droning voice.” “My family is very aggressive and I need campus to open. Every virtual class I
It’s three in the morning. I need to be as quiet as the monsters under a 5-year-old’s bed…except the monster, this time is inside my head. I can hear the rhythmic snores of my roommates. If they wake up now, it’s going to be catastrophic
The biggest challenge which colleges and schools face today is to engage students. Kriti and Smriti Singhal are contributing their bit to mitigate this problem of holistic education. Their organization is conducting free online webinars for students, covering issues that need to be talked about
The education sector much like any other sector is currently being disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Educational institutions of all hues have been forced to shut down physical classes and resort to online interactions with their students. The technology for online interactions and remote learning
Conducting online classes require great synergy, coordination, and cooperation amongst students and faculty. Whenever there is an issue or roadblock, it is should be addressed by the faculty. Dr. Devesh Kumar Singh, Chairman of Noida International University and Secretary of Maruti Education Trust tells more
The Indian education system completely transformed itself during the pandemic. Bihog Infomedia talks to Prof (Dr) Saikat Maitra – Vice-Chancellor of the Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal (MAKAUT, WB), on how the University is coping up and helping students in this period.