Faculty and students weigh in on online classes

For students who cannot attend lectures, the university provides the option of taking online classes. All coursework for these online classes are completed on the student’s own time. Homework, quizzes and tests are 100% online. Many students who take online classes do so because it makes it easier to balance their schedules. Joseph Kelley, a sophomore accounting major, expressed that online classes are easier to manage. “It is way easier for me to take a class online because I can get things done on my own time,” shared Kelley. “I…

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Four Tips For High School Students Considering A MOOCs Online Course

Online courses are an excellent way to take your interest to the next level or explore a new field. Best of all, many courses are free and offered by the world’s top universities and companies. With summer in full swing, high school students can help fill the long, hot summer days with learning. Online classes through Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) like Coursera or edX can help show universities that you are serious and ready to tackle challenging material voluntarily. Both Coursera and edX have thousands of courses to choose from, on a wide…

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University of Technology Sydney offers new scholarship to Indian students

NEW DELHI, APRIL 13: Indian high school students, who want to fast-track into the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in Australia, can now apply for a new scholarship at UTS Insearch and complete their first year in just eight months. The new UTS Insearch Aspire Advantage Scholarship is for motivated students who have the academic aptitude to complete an Accelerated program in two semesters in a supportive and fast-paced learning environment at the premium pathway institute. Australia is the second most popular destination for globally mobile students from India, according to…

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Must considerations for students while selecting an online course

In the traditional scenario, the process of choosing the right University is fairly effortless where most students use online research to compare and select colleges and courses basis their interest and higher-secondary board results. However the dynamics of academic planning is completely divergent for an online learner who aspires to study off the campus, writes Shantanu Rooj, Founder & CEO, and Uditendu Bose, Vice President, SchoolGuru Eduserve Private Limited. Shantanu Rooj, Founder & CEO, Schoolguru Eduserve Pvt. Ltd. Uditendu Bose, Vice President,SchoolGuru Eduserve Private Limited For today’s online learners, many considerations have…

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ONGC scholarship for SC, ST students: Check last date and eligibility criteria here

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited is providing this financial assistance to the students of scheduled caste and scheduled tribe community who wish to pursue professional degree courses. Last date of application is January 21, 2019 The applying candidates must meet the following pointers to be eligible: Indian students studying in India are eligible for this scholarship The applicant must be the 1st year student of graduation studying engineering or MBBS courses 1st year student pursuing master’s degree in Geology, Geophysics or MBA is also eligible The applicant must have secured at…

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Chance to get scholarship! Medical students can apply by November 30

Students, who aspire to study B Sc, Bio Tech, B Sc Nursing, B Pharm and Paramedical programmes in India, are invited by Brainztorm Technical Excellence pvt. ltd, to apply for this scholarship test, which will help them secure admission in any of the 270 and more Government approved AIPMST (Primary) participating institutions, along with the scholarship. Last date to apply for scholarship Last date to submit the application form is November 30, 2018. In order to be eligible for this examination, candidates need to fulfil the mandated requirements: Eligibility criteria…

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Wright State is fighting for students. The next battleground: Online courses.

The ConVal Regional School District canceled all classes Wednesday after receiving word of a “potential threat,” according to Superintendent Kimberly Rizzo Saunders. School is scheduled to resume Thursday, Saunders said. Saunders said the district was notified by police of the threat Wednesday morning at 6. “The local police departments are in the process of assessing the situation, and we are in constant contact with them,” district officials said in a statement Wednesday morning. “Due to this threat, we are cancelling school today and will be sharing further information as it…

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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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British Council to provide scholarship to 500 Indian students

Alan Gemmell Obe NEW DELHI, SEP 27 (AGENCIES) | Publish Date: 9/27/2018 12:30:32 PM IST British Council, India Director, Alan Gemmell Obe Thursday said the Council would give a scholarship to 500 students from India for academic exchange programme in United Kingdom universities. The British Council will give a scholarship to 500 Indian students for academic exchange programme in 44 UK universities this year, he said. Obe said so far 105 women from India including six from North East have already availed scholarship from the council to study at a…

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British Council scholarship for Indian students: Obe

British Council, India Director, Alan Gemmell Obe ITANAGAR: British Council, India Director, Alan Gemmell ObeThursday said the Council would give scholarship to 500 students from India for academic exchange programme in United Kingdom universities. The British Council will give scholarship to 500 Indian students for academic exchange programme in 44 UK universities this year, he said. Obe said so far 105 women from India including six from North East have already availed scholarship from the council to study at university in UK. “We are hopeful that more students from Arunachal and other states…

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