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  • How schoolchildren will cope with another year behind screens Jun 10, 2021 06:26 PM IST

    How schoolchildren will cope with another year behind screens

    Studying online can be stressful for children, teachers and parents. Some say there’s no alternative during a pandemic, while others insist that all will be well.

  • Elon Musk donates $5 million to Khan Academy through non-profit arm Musk Foundation Jan 12, 2021 05:25 PM IST

    Elon Musk donates $5 million to Khan Academy through non-profit arm Musk Foundation

    Prior to Khan Academy, Musk Foundation donated $480,000 in grants for water filtration in Flint, Michigan, and $424,000 to supply laptop computers to Flint middle-schools.

  • The story of Eruditus: How a Harvard alumnus saw a business opportunity where universities fell short Oct 07, 2020 05:40 PM IST

    The story of Eruditus: How a Harvard alumnus saw a business opportunity where universities fell short

    Eruditus started in 2010 and did not raise money for 6 years. Raising money this late, and raising money at all, changed the company's fortunes. How and why did it happen?

  • Future Wise podcast | University degrees are going online. Will it work for you? Jun 18, 2020 05:16 PM IST

    Future Wise podcast | University degrees are going online. Will it work for you?

    Keerthana Tiwari and M Saraswathy discuss the pros and cons of online degree courses

  • Forbes India Exclusive | The huge investment opportunity in Edtech Feb 17, 2020 08:18 AM IST

    Forbes India Exclusive | The huge investment opportunity in Edtech

    Particularly in India, education has been a segment steeped in a traditional brick-and-mortar delivery mechanism. The industry is different from food tech or fintech, but the big similarity is in its potential for returns

  • Snapask, Hong Kong entrepreneur Timothy Yu’s Uber-like tutoring app, now has 2 mn users Jul 31, 2019 01:51 PM IST

    Snapask, Hong Kong entrepreneur Timothy Yu’s Uber-like tutoring app, now has 2 mn users

    Snapask founder Timothy Yu hopes to revamp the education system completely someday, wherein students will be empowered vis-a-vis what they want to learn and how they want to learn it.

  • India e-education market to be worth $1.96billion by 2021: Google-KPMG May 30, 2017 08:09 PM IST

    India e-education market to be worth $1.96billion by 2021: Google-KPMG

    According to a report by Google and KPMG, the paid user base is also forecast to grow 6X from 1.6 million users in 2016 to 9.6 million users in 2021

  • Ronnie Screwvala launches Rs 100 crore fund for online education Apr 24, 2017 10:05 AM IST

    Ronnie Screwvala launches Rs 100 crore fund for online education

    This fund has th an aim to get to Rs 400 Crore in the next 3-4 years. He said that he will raise the rest from other like-minded individuals and corporates committed to build this eco system of tomorrow as well as from corporate social responsibility funding.

  • MLSL Unveils "Practice Plus" - Breakthrough School Learning Solution by NIIT Nguru that Helps Students Achieve Higher Levels of Learning & Mastery of Concepts through Practice & Assessment Feb 09, 2017 04:35 PM IST

    MLSL Unveils "Practice Plus" - Breakthrough School Learning Solution by NIIT Nguru that Helps Students Achieve Higher Levels of Learning & Mastery of Concepts through Practice & Assessment

    MLSL has unveiled “Practice Plus” – breakthrough school learning solution by NIIT Nguru that helps students achieve higher levels of Learning & Mastery of concepts through practice & assessment. It is a 360-degree online solution with features like student-practice engine, assessment configurator and detailed analytics that enables students identify and focus on improvement areas.

  • Edu-tech Start-ups Expected to See 12% Rise in Funding in 2016-17: Craft Driven Market Research Jul 13, 2016 03:53 PM IST

    Edu-tech Start-ups Expected to See 12% Rise in Funding in 2016-17: Craft Driven Market Research

    Online education system is increasingly taking over the traditional methods of teaching. Technology has become more advanced and a increasing ...

  • NIIT enters into strategic partnership with edX; up 3% May 12, 2016 02:01 PM IST

    NIIT enters into strategic partnership with edX; up 3%

    The company has entered into strategic partnership with edX to redefine the online education space in India.

  • WizIQ Gets Top Ranking on Global Software Review Sites TrustRadius and GetApp! Jan 20, 2016 04:52 PM IST

    WizIQ Gets Top Ranking on Global Software Review Sites TrustRadius and GetApp!

    For WizIQ, one of the world’s largest online education platforms, the list of global accolades and distinctions seems endless. The ...

  • WizIQ Wins Brandon Hall Excellence Award in Learning Technology Dec 09, 2015 08:43 PM IST

    WizIQ Wins Brandon Hall Excellence Award in Learning Technology

    WizIQ, one of the world’s largest online education platforms, has been felicitated with the prestigious Brandon Hall Excellence Award for its ...

  • Rapidly Growing Edtech Start-Up Suphalaam Receives Funding from Sunil Maheshwari and Group; Aims to Dominate the Online Education Market in India Jun 18, 2015 11:35 AM IST

    Rapidly Growing Edtech Start-Up Suphalaam Receives Funding from Sunil Maheshwari and Group; Aims to Dominate the Online Education Market in India

    Bengaluru-based startup Suphalaam, the owner of the popular online ...

  • Hughes Provides Managed Tele-Education Network For Medical Students Sep 10, 2013 12:15 PM IST

    Hughes Provides Managed Tele-Education Network For Medical Students

    Hughes Communications India will provide a managed tele-education network to the Delhi Academy of Medical Sciences for post-graduation medical coaching.

  • How online tutorials became a rage Dec 14, 2012 04:25 PM IST

    How online tutorials became a rage

    Sit through lectures of top-notch professors, take tests and even get certificates.

  • Life in the academic lane Oct 31, 2012 06:49 AM IST

    Life in the academic lane

    As James Ellis - or Jim as he prefers to be known - leans back in his chair in the Financial Times offices in London and explains the benefits of online learning, it is clear he is not the usual bookish business school dean.

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