Don’t know the graduate next to you? You’re not alone. One-third of students take at least one class online.

Don’t know the graduate next to you? You’re not alone. One-third of students take at least one class online.

Two decades ago, when I was a student in a part-time master’s degree program at Johns Hopkins University, I would hurry from my office twice a week to make class, hoping like many of my classmates for a few minutes to grab coffee and a bite to eat before settling in for the 2 1/2-hour seminars. Next week, when I address the graduating class of the same school, most of them will probably be meeting face-to-face for the first time at commencement: 70 percent of this year’s graduates earned their master’s…

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Career Options In Arts After 12th

Career Options In Arts After 12th

In recent years, there has been a constant rise in the number of students opting for Arts after 10th. The myth that this stream is only for students with ‘no future’ or the ‘bad apples and black sheep’ is thankfully debunked. With careers in hospitality and service sectors on the rise, students are opting out of traditionally prestigious careers like Medicine and Engineering and choosing to venture into a field that they genuinely like. Even so, being confused is normal. We understand the pressure of entering an already infamous stream…

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