Welcome to the age of education 4.0!

We are now in the era of smartphone classrooms, online exams, robotic house help and workplace companions; what is the common thread running through them all? A rapid advancement in technology, courtesy highly innovative minds; a time in which technology and creativity have become sine qua non in everyday life — Industrial revolution 4.0 or, …

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The Indian educational landscape is fast-changing with technology

Implementing technology in education, in India, was largely been limited to a niche segment. But today more and more schools, institutes and colleges are adopting digitization of education. Either a prestigious educational institution or well -funded private college or government initiative, the education system is changing for better. The typical Indian classroom was – a …

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How is IoT changing the Education Sector

Technology has touched one and all. Technology has impacted each and every sector we know today. A shift from dial-up top broad band to huge computers to small handheld devices, technology is everywhere. As technology grows, by 2020 Cloud-Based Education will rule the sector, with better aggregation of student metrics, more efficient data sharing, and …

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Innovation & Education go Hand in Hand: Turning Students into Innovators

The private sector of education industry is trying to bridge the gap between students and innovation & technology. The Worldwide Academia Industry Network provides interlinked opportunities to both academic institutions and companies to work together in the areas of research, innovation, academia-industry development programmes and collaborative projects. The MeltingPot2020 Innovation Summit (November 2016), focussed on …

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Connected Classrooms-How is IoT Impacting Education!

Internet of Thing (IoT) is all around us. From cars to dishwashers, everyday items are becoming connected devices. According to a 2016 survey by Extreme Networks, smart schools are using IoT technology to track school buses, attendance and student ID cards, and to monitor lighting and security systems, among other things.   The big potential …

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