education

Pascal Fautrat, Fondateur de l’ONG TARA

Pascal Fautrat, Fondateur de l’ONG TARA

September 19, 2018

Après une décennie de travail en région parisienne à la protection judiciaire de la jeunesse et un burn-out, Pascal Fautrat décide de relever un autre défi de taille, cette fois en Inde. Cet éducateur spécialisé et psychologue accueille à Delhi, au sein de son ONG franc...

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Première visite d’État d’Emmanuel Macron en Inde

Première visite d’État d’Emmanuel Macron en Inde

March 8, 2018

Cette visite présidentielle sera placée sous le signe de l’énergie et de la lutte contre le changement climatique, thèmes sur lesquels Paris et New Delhi partagent une vision commune. En effet, l’événement central de la visite présidentielle sera le lancement, le 11 ma...

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La responsabilité sociale et l’éducation selon Bharti

La responsabilité sociale et l’éducation selon Bharti

November 24, 2017

Sunil Bharti Mittal, à la tête des entreprises Bharti (dont la célèbre Airtel), a annoncé une promesse de don familial de 915 millions d’euros à sa fondation, mais également son projet d’ouvrir un « centre d’excellence à but non-lucratif » : l’Université Sa...

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‘MAHA-UDAN’ The Quantum Jump Towards Development

‘MAHA-UDAN’ The Quantum Jump Towards Development

October 31, 2017

Maharashtra is firmly poised to carry forward the objectives of central government’s ‘UDAN Yojana’ while targeting smaller cities for developing airports within a 800 km radius of existing airports. With a cap on the fare at INR 2,500 for a distance of 500 kilometres, it op...

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Aiming to imbibe Indian ethos in education

Aiming to imbibe Indian ethos in education

March 28, 2017

After Bharatiya Janata Party’s political success, its ideological mentor, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh is now focussing on promoting Indianness in education.

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India aims at a uniform fee structure in tech institutes

India aims at a uniform fee structure in tech institutes

March 21, 2017

The Information Technology sector in India is currently estimated at USD 155 billion; however, IT education remains one of the costliest and ambiguous streams for students. Will a uniform fee structure in tech institutes provide a more balanced education system in India?

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Connecting with diaspora youth for transforming India

Connecting with diaspora youth for transforming India

January 8, 2017

Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD), which has become a key rendezvous for the Indian diaspora, has flown into its 14th edition and on the first day focussed on the diaspora youth with a view to redefine engagement between India and millions of people of Indian origin in the world.

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FIDD Foundation to fund fellowship for Indian journalists

FIDD Foundation to fund fellowship for Indian journalists

January 2, 2017

The Frank Islam and Debbie Driesman (FIDD) Foundation announced that it will partner with Alfred Friendly Press Partners (AFPP) to fund a fellowship in the US for a mid-career journalist from India for six months in 2017.

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Stories of mixed identity and search for roots

Stories of mixed identity and search for roots

December 30, 2016

The new generation Indian diaspora is a mixed clan. While some are well-versed with Indian traditions and cultures, the others have never even visited India. Some are proud of their mixed identity,while it is awkward for others. However, the Indian government is leaving no stone ...

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Indians among largest number of international students in the US

Indians among largest number of international students in the US

November 15, 2016

A large number of international students in the US are from India, and this number is increasing in large volumes, says Open Doors report.

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Differently-abled employees in India

Differently-abled employees in India

October 15, 2016

Though many organisations in India are ignorant about the inclusion and rehabilitation of disable persons, various others are recognising the need to tap the differently-abled population; despite the challenges.

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Is New Delhi India’s stalking capital?

Is New Delhi India’s stalking capital?

October 10, 2016

New Delhi has been witnessing a lot of chaos in regard of stalking and rapes in the recent years. The number of stalking cases in the Indian capital have increased from 542 in 2014 to 1,128 in 2015 and the numbers have already reached to 670 this year until September, according t...

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