With the changing world, the needs of our society are changing too. The world is shrinking and students are getting more and more exposed to this fast changing environment at the rate of knots. This makes it very important to bring positive changes in the policies that govern our education system. IEN aims to cater to these needs and help the policy makers and the leaders of today by providing them with out of box solutions to each and every problem. It is a vast pool of enthusiastic stakeholders from the industry and otherwise, possessing the zeal and the enthusiasm towards building a stronger foundation for the coming generation in the field of Higher Education.
The Indian Education Network (IEN) provides analytical and in depth insights to issues surrounding the education sector. It caters to the state as well as national level. It aims to provide support to institutions in helping them to create a vast pool of students who are ready to take up challenges not only at the country level, but also at the international level. It aims to establish a close linkage with many governmental and non-governmental organizations along with various international bodies who are working in the field of education. It acts as a catalyst and a binder that joins various institutions, be it governmental or private entities.
Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar today said there are 40 per cent vacancies of faculty members in central universities and IITs. He observed that the process of recruitment needs to be streamlined in order to bring in good faculty members...
India’s national carrier, Air India, is planning to come up with an aviation university that will not only provide a number of course programmes to students but will also add to its revenue system in the long term. Officials of ..
Around 72 per cent people feel that schools have increased fees beyond 10 per cent in this new session, according to a survey participated in by 9,000 parents and grandparents. In September 2016, CBSE had mandated ..