Valeo partners top Indian institutes to tap innovation, make students industry-ready

Valeo partners top Indian institutes to tap innovation, make students industry-ready

Valeo, the global automotive technology supplier, has launched an Industry-Academia Connect program in India. The company aims to attract the best talent from local engineering institutes. It has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with premier educational institutes like Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Loyola-ICAM College of Engineering & Technology (LICET) and Society for Innovation & Entrepreneurship (SINE) – IIT Bombay. Valeo’s new initiative looks to tap into engineering minds for innovative ideas that would help address emerging mobility needs. Also, through experiential learning opportunities and mentoring, the French supplier will also…

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Finally, varsities are addressing some of the hurdles to distance education

Finally, varsities are addressing some of the hurdles to distance education

Being a distance education student in India, particularly with a government-run university, is not as easy as it should be. Communication is sporadic; multiple campus visits are required; admission dates, exam schedules and results can be shrouded in mystery, confusion and delays. In the absence of something as simple as a WhatsApp group, students are forced to depend on informal networks of their own. “We talk to each other on the phone regularly and compare notes on things like study material, results and admissions dates,” says Nilesh Samant, 23, a…

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#MeToo: Innocent till proven guilty, say Mumbai institutes

#MeToo: Innocent till proven guilty, say Mumbai institutes

MeToo has rocked the Carnatic music industry with the Madras Music Academy dropping seven Carnatic musicians over sexual harassment allegations against them. However, institutions in Mumbai have declared that until they are proven guilty, they would be allowed to perform in the city. The seven are N Ravikiran, O S Thyagarajan, Mannargudi A Easwaran, Srimushnam V Raja Rao, Nagai Sriram, R Ramesh and Thiruvarur Vaidyanathan. The Madras Music Academy In a bid to distance itself from the tainted artistes, Madras Music Academy doesn’t want the seven among its list of…

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Hisense have released their ‘Designer Collection’ TV range with Harvey Norman

Hisense have released their ‘Designer Collection’ TV range with Harvey Norman

As technology advances further and further we’re seeing significantly less of an emphasis on tech that is simply functional, but more so a push into tech that’s going to sit well in the home. The Designer Collection range from Hisense, made in partnership with Harvey Norman is one of the latter. A sleek, contemporary designed ‘all-white’ frame allows the the Designer Collection to blend nicely into your home. Hisense have said they worked “to create the range for design-conscious Australians looking to engage with form, aesthetics and quality while maintaining…

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Jalandhar: Couple buys jewellery worth Rs. 1.9lakh with fake notes

Jalandhar: Couple buys jewellery worth Rs. 1.9lakh with fake notes

In a tragicomic incident, a jeweller from Jalandhar was cheated of Rs. 1.90 lakh worth of jewellery by a couple using fake currency. On October 22, the couple went shopping at the jeweller’s shop, selected 56gm of gold jewellery worth Rs. 1.90 lakh, and paid the jeweller in fake currency before beating a hasty retreat. An FIR has been registered. The couple paid using ‘Entertainment Bank of India’ notes Speaking to press, the shop owner, Shyam Sundar Verma, said that he realized the fraud only after the couple left. Having…

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EaseUS Data Recovery Software: Requirement Of Today

EaseUS Data Recovery Software: Requirement Of Today

Today, data recovery software have become a high requirement. With people constantly losing their important data, it is essential for the users to keep data recovery software. For companies, losing data can be fatal as their system may go into a downtime, resulting in revenue loss. One of the most popular recovery software in today’s time is the EaseUS Data recovery software. This software is easy-to-use and boasts of an automated recovery process, which can be completed in three steps only. It has an interactive interface, alongside strong tools to…

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How to Get or Refinance New Hampshire Student Loans

How to Get or Refinance New Hampshire Student Loans

New Hampshire has it all, from the beautiful beaches of Lake Winnipesaukee to world-class ski resorts at Mount Washington Valley. But New Hampshire also has student loans — lots of them. In fact, as of 2016, the state tied for the highest percentage of four-year college graduates with student debt in the country. Fortunately, students have a lot of options to secure financing for the Granite State’s colleges and universities, and so do graduates looking to refinance their New Hampshire student loans. This guide will help you understand the different…

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Free online courses phased out to focus on smaller, revenue-producing programs

Free online courses phased out to focus on smaller, revenue-producing programs

Two free online courses that GW has offered for nearly five years were phased out this summer, officials said. The classes – a business school course about the Federal Reserve and a law school course about patent law – were nixed this summer after first launching in 2012. Officials said the courses were “outdated” and the cuts fall in line with GW’s online learning strategy, which has shifted in recent years to focus on smaller courses. University spokeswoman Maralee Csellar said massive, open online courses are not a focus of GW’s…

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How Teaching Methods Have Changed Over the Years

How Teaching Methods Have Changed Over the Years

Teaching methods have greatly changed over the years thanks to technological advancement, globalization, and other factors. These changes have been necessary to make learning more exciting and to deliver some complex concepts. They also emerged due to the need for the learning process to be more learner-centered. As either a learner or a teacher, you may be struggling to find sufficient material for further reading, for revision, or for other uses; however, these frustrations can end by using the rich resource of El Rincón del Vago. Students share their work…

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Making the Change: EY Takes a Popular In-Person Course Online

Making the Change: EY Takes a Popular In-Person Course Online

EY’s “Facilitator Skills Development” was its most popular nontechnical course; then EY’s new CLO was challenged to do it all online. Intrepid and EY rose to it and created “Teach With Charisma,” an online course that is now showing better results than the in-person version for a tough-to-teach soft skill. I spoke with EY’s director of talent management for the Americas, David Bruesehoff, about the course and got his advice for anyone else looking to move soft skills training online. NB: Can you describe the culture of “reaching down the…

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