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  • Implications of Foreign Education Bill
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    THE SIMILARITIES OF ONLINE EDUCATION VS TRADITIONAL EDUCATION There are two different environments of learning online learning and traditional learning. When people think about these two, they naturally consider their differences. For example, virtual classes are claimed to be less engaging the
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  • Comparative Study on Singapore vs Indian Higher Education System
    IRACST- International Journal of Research in Management & Technology (IJRMT), ISSN: 2249-9563 Vol. 2, No. 1, 2012 Comparative Study on Singapore VS Indian Higher Education System Naganathan Venkatesh Research Scholar, NITTTR, India Abstract: In the world of globalization almost every country
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  • Opening Up of the Indian Education Sector to Foreign Universities in India
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  • Indian Education Sytem
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  • The Indian Education System
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  • Indian Education Sector
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  • Impact of Globalisation on Indian Education
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  • Indian Education System
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  • Indian Education System
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  • Policy and Performance of Indian Education
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  • Opening Education Sector to Foreign Universities in India
    OPENING EDUCATION SECTOR TO FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES IN INDIA IS A CONSTRUCTIVE MOVE. In March 2010, Union Cabinet gave its nod to the HRD Minister’s proposal to allow foreign universities to set up operations in India. The Foreign Educational Institutes has now been submitted to parliament for its
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  • Education
    What is Education? Education in the largest sense is any act or experience that has a formative effect on the mind, character or physical ability of an individual. The word education is derived from a Latin word educare which means to "bring up", which is related to educere "bring out", and ducere,
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    Top of Form Education Industry India [pic][pic]Education is the base for economic growth as well as social transformation for any country. Among all the key indicators of socio-economic development like economy's growth rate, literacy rate, birth rate, death rate and infant mortality rate (IMR
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