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20 Top Technical Universities In India

by VIRAJA D VAKADA on JUNE 10, 2014

College Affairs lists the 20 Top Technical Universities In India  based on THE WEEK HANSA 2014 report. Also read – 10 Steps To Choose The Right College Here is the latest list of 20 Top Technical Universities In India (Source: The Week-Hansa Research) Rank College Name City 1 Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai Mumbai 2 Read More
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25 Top Engineering Colleges In India

by VIRAJA D VAKADA on MAY 22, 2014

Completed your school? Is engineering your next step in life? Then why not aim to do it from one of the 25 top engineering colleges in India? Also read – 10 Steps To Choose The Right College and 20 Top Technical Universities in India. Here is the latest list of 25 Top Engineering Colleges In Read More
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10 Top Automobile Engineering Colleges In Karanataka

by ANIL YENIGANDLA on MARCH 4, 2014

College Affairs lists the 10 top automobile engineering colleges in Karnataka. Also read – 10 Steps To Choose The Right College Here is the latest list of 10 Top Automobile Engineering Colleges In Karanataka : Rank College Name City 1 Christ University Faculty of Engineering Bangalore 2 Manipal Institute of Technology, Karnataka, Manipal 3 Acharya Read More
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10 Top Automobile Engineering Colleges In India

by ANIL YENIGANDLA on MARCH 2, 2014
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by ANIL YENIGANDLA on MARCH 2, 2014

College Affairs lists the 10 top automobile engineering colleges in India. Here is the latest list of  10 Top Automobile Engineering Colleges In India : Rank College Name City 1 Sathyabama University Chennai 2 Manipal Institute of Technology Manipal 3 Hindustan Institute of Engineering Technology Chennai 4 IIT Delhi 5 IIT Roorkee 6 Madras Institute Read MoreRead more at http://www.collegeaffairs.in/category/colleges-in-india/#Ub8q2CLQGEGlAjf7.99

25 Top Medical Colleges In India – 2014

by ANIL YENIGANDLA on FEBRUARY 11, 2014
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College Affairs lists the 25 top medical colleges in India. Get exam alerts, previous year papers, sample papers, predict your rank and choose the right college. Enroll for All India Medical (Exam Alert) Package today. Also read – 10 Steps To Choose The Right College Here is the latest list of 25 Top Medical Colleges Read More
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2014 – 50 Top MBA Colleges In India

by ANIL YENIGANDLA on FEBRUARY 1, 2014

College Affairs lists the 50 top MBA colleges in India for 2014. Also read – 10 Steps To Choose The Right College Here is the latest list of 50 Top MBA Colleges In India : Rank College Name City 1 Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad 2 Indian Institute of Management Bangalore 3 Indian Institute of Read More
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The rise of Online MBA Education

Online MBA Education Infographic

Ohio University’s MBA program offers this Online MBA Education Infographic about the rise of the online MBA degree. With over 6.7 million students enrolled in online education, a Master of Business Administration is the #1 most popular online graduate degree offered by 355 accredited programs.

Many people believe that online degrees don’t carry as much weight as an on-campus degrees, but 77% of academic leaders say that online learning is of equal quality or better than “Face-to-Face” learning. For part-time students, it takes about 3 years to complete an online MBA.

For those three years of schooling, annual earnings for new MBA holders rise by about $40,000 a year than those with just bachelor’s degrees. Most people (96.4%) choose an online MBA because they can go to school and while still working.

Via: onlinemba.ohio.edu

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Universities and Colleges in Nepal

Education System in Nepal » Universities in Nepal

Nepal Universities are famous for the offering quality higher education to students. Education in Nepal has only recently started to develop. The Rana regime in Nepal has suppressed education in Nepal. As a result of which education of Nepal suffered a lot. After Rana regime, steps were taken to refine education system. It was realized that it is impossible to eradicate poverty without education. As a result Nepal universities were set up to give higher education to people. 

The first institution of higher education to be established in Nepal was the Tribhuvan Chandra Intermediate College (later renamed Tri-Chandra College) in 1918. The Rana Prime Minister, Chandra Shamsher, was opposed to higher education and saw it as a threat to monarchy. Nonetheless, he yielded to the growing pressure from Nepalese people in the formation of this college and remarked at its inauguration, "With the opening of this college, I have hacked my own leg." The establishment of Tri-Chandra College paved way for higher education in Nepal. Gradually more colleges were built. Two of the reputable colleges were Nepal National College, also known as ShankerDev Campus, in Kathmandu and Thakur Ram College in Birgunj.

Tribhuvan University was Nepal's first university and was established in 1959. The Queen mother, KantiRajyalaxmi Devi Shah, was the first Chancellor of the university. The Academic Council is the supreme academic body of the university and the Board of Studies designs the curricula. Initially, postgraduate courses were offered in some humanities and social sciences and were based on the curricula of Patna University in India that also conducted examinations until 1962. In 1991, only 1.73 percent of the population had acquired a bachelor's degree of which only 0.44 percent was women and 1.29 percent were men.

The oldest University of Nepal was set up in the year 1959. The name of the university is Tribhuvan University. This university was the only university in Nepal till 1985. Around 80's the government of Nepal came up with the idea of Multi- University System. According to this concept each university should be unique in its own. Each university should have unique nature, content and function. To give realization to this concept Mahendra Sanskrit University was established. After that the Kathmandu University was established around 90's. 

The university at Purbanchal was founded in 1995 and the Pokhara University was set up in 1996. There are some colleges that are private but all the Universities of Nepal are not run by private initiative. Another University of Nepal is Siddhartha University. This university is the first and only university in Nepal. But this only university amongst six universities in Nepal has not got approval from Government. 

List of universities in Nepal
This is a list of universities in Nepal. Prior to the establishment of the first college in the country, Tri-Chandra College in 1918, higher education in Nepal was nonexistent. Until 1985, Tribhuvan University had remained the one and the only university in Nepal. In the early 80s, His Majesty's Government developed the concept of a multi-university system for the country. One important assumption behind the concept was that each new university should have a distinctive nature, content and function of its own.

The first new university that was established was Mahendra Sanskrit University. The inception of this university was soon followed by Kathmandu University in 1990, Purbanchal and Pokhara Universities in 1995 and 1996 respectively. Many schools and colleges are run by private initiatives but none of the universities in Nepal are private.

B. P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences is the first and foremost Health and Medical University of Nepal, established in 1994 and upgraded to university in 1999.

Currently there are six universities in Nepal, and two institutions recognized as universities:

  • Tribhuvan University
  • Kathmandu University
  • Pokhara University
  • Purbanchal University
  • Mahendra Sanskrit University
  • Nepal Agriculture and Forestry University,Rampur, Bharatpur
  • Lumbini Boudha University(Proposed)
  • Mid-Western University Birendranagar(Proposed)
  • Far-Western University Kanchanpur(Proposed)

Citizenship in the Digital Age Infographic

Citizenship in the Digital Age Infographic

The digital age has introduced various challenges. Today’s students face a wide range of difficult issues that previous generations never had to think about (social media, cyberbullying, cyber crime, internet addiction and online privacy concerns). Teachers, school leaders and parents are called on to add a whole new idea to the curricula: digital citizenship. Many of the hallmarks of any good citizen from being respectful and responsible to doing what’s right – are key elements of digital citizenship as well. But students must learn how to apply these tried and true qualities to the realities of the digital age. The Citizenship in the Digital Age Infographic presents how the characteristics of a good citizen parallel — and differ from — those of a good digital citizen.

Characteristics of a Good Citizen

A good citizen:

  1. Advocates for equal human rights for all.
  2. Treats others courteously and never bullies.
  3. Does not steal or damage others’ property or persons.
  4. Communicates clearly, respectfully and with empathy.
  5. Actively pursues an education and develops habits for lifelong learning.
  6. Spends and manages money responsibly.
  7. Upholds basic human rights of privacy, freedom of speech, etc.
  8. Protects self and others from harm.
  9. Proactively promotes their own physical and mental health.

Characteristics of a Good Digital Citizen

A good digital citizen:

  1. Advocates for equal digital rights and access for all.
  2. Treats others with respect in online spaces and never cyberbullies.
  3. Does not steal or damage others’ digital work, identity or property.
  4. Makes appropriate decisions when communicating through a variety of digital channels.
  5. Uses digital tools to advance their learning and keeps up with changing technologies.
  6. Makes responsible online purchasing decisions and protects their payment information.
  7. Upholds basic human rights in all digital forums.
  8. Protects personal information from outside forces that might cause harm.
  9. Proactively limits health risks of technology, from physical to psychological.

Via: www.iste.org

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List of Universities in Pakistan

The higher education in Pakistan is the systematic process of students continuing their education beyond high schools, learned societies, and two-year colleges. The governance of higher education is maintained under the Higher Education Commission (HEC) which oversees the financial funding, research outputs, and teaching quality in the country.[1] In Pakistan, the higher education system includes the publicprivatemilitary, and vocational universities; all accredited by the HEC.

Since its independence from the British Indian Empire, the system of the universities have expanded throughout the country with the support provided by the University Grants Commission (UGC) which had been an autonomous institution of recognizing the universities till 2002 when it was preceded by the HEC. Pakistan produces about ~445,000 university graduates and 10,000 computer science graduates annually.[2] There are numbers of institutions of higher learning active in the country but the HEC recognizes 203 institutions. This article provides a comprehensive list of higher education institutions operationalized and active in Pakistan.

1 Universities and Institutions

2 Islamabad Capital Territory

2.1 Public Sector

2.2 Private Sector

3 Balochistan

3.1 Public Sector

3.2 Private Sector

4 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

4.1 Public Sector

4.2 Private Sector

5 Punjab

5.1 Public Sector

5.2 Private Sector

6 Sindh

6.1 Public Sector

6.2 Private Sector

7 Azad Kashmir

8 Gilgit-Baltistan

9 See also

10 References

11 External links

Past, Present and Future of Online Education Infographic

Past, Present and Future of Online Education Infographic

The evolution of technology and of new learning experiences have always been closely related. As distance learning specialists affirm, the field of distance-learning had three main generations:

  • Correspondence study
  • Multimedia
  • Computer-mediated

The Past, Present and Future of Online Education Infographic provides a brief presentation of the history of online education.

A brief timeline of online education

  • On March 20, 1728, the Boston Gazette ran an advertisement offering long distance instruction. And so teaching outside the classroom had its beginning.
  • 1728: Boston teacher offers instruction through weekly letters to anyone in the country.
  • 1892: U. of Chicago is first educational institution to offer correspondence courses.
  • 1922: Penn State broadcasts courses over the radio.
  • 1953: U. of Houston offers course work on TV.
  • 1968: Stanford University creates the Stanford Instructional Television Network.
  • 1959: Plato is born, the first internet community. Hatched by two U. of Illinois profs.
  • 1968: U. of Alberta (Canada) Dept. of Medicine offers online courses.
  • 1984: The Electronic University Network, offers online courses using proprietary software for DOS and Commodore 64 computers.
  • 1989: Phoenix rising. The University of Phoenix starts its online program.
  • 1996: Duke University begins its Global Executive M.B.A. program which combines online technology and sessions on-campus and at various locations throughout Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
  • 1999: Jones University becomes first accredited fully web based university; Learning portals, including HungryMinds, Click2Learn, Learn2, eCollege, Blackboard, and others emerge on the landscape.
  • 2000: CourseNotes.com launches with dozens of classes at the University of Texas. The service provides professor web sites, including online course documents, calendars, grades, quizzes and surveys.
  • Jan. 1, 2008: The term MOOC is coined by Dave Cormier of the University of Prince Edward Island.
  • 2013: The Open University builds its own MOOC platform, Futurelearn, with universities from the UK. More MOOCs: Open2Study in Australia and Iversity in Germany.

3 Types of Online Education

  • 80-100% online courses have no face to face interaction with teacher
  • 30-80% course delivered online: Traditional courses using web facilitated courses
  • Blended or hybrid: Up to 20 percent of content delivered online: otherwise, traditional face to face classroom learning

10 Surprising Facts about Online Students

  • 46% of students say their biggest motivation for enrolling in an online course was to advance their current career.
  • 37% of online students were the first in their family to attend college.
  • 33% of people taking some online course are studying business.
  • University of Phoenix has the largest proportion of online students at 15%.
  • 39% of online students fall between the ages of 18 to 29.
  • 21% of online students pay for their education using personal funds only.
  • 70% of virtual learners are female.
  • 29% of online graduates earn $85-150k annual income.
  • 60% of students taking an online course are employed full-time.
  • 37% of online students indicate that they enrolled because of the accelerated courses, which fast-tracks students to a degree.

Top 10 most popular online degrees

  1. Business Administration/management
  2. Accounting
  3. IT (Information Technology)
  4. Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement
  5. Finance
  6. Psychology
  7. Graphic Design
  8. Health Care Administration
  9. Nursing
  10. Computer Science

K-12 Online

  • 25 states have state virtual schools operating in 2013-2014.
  • 29 states and Washington, DC have statewide full-time online schools operating in 2013-14.

There were an estimated 1,816,400 enrollments in distance-education courses in K-12 school districts in 2009-2010, almost all of which were online courses. 74% of these enrollments were in high schools. Online courses with the highest level of enrollment fall under the categories of credit recovery (62%), dual enrollment (47%), and advanced placement (29%).

Via: www.affordable-online-colleges.net

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Universities and Colleges in Bangladesh

Patna University Colleges

 

 National University

Gazipur

 Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology

Dhaka

 Daffodil International University

Dhaka

 American International University-Bangladesh

Dhaka

 University of Dhaka

Dhaka

 North South University

Dhaka

 Rajshahi University

Rajshahi

 Jahangirnagar University

Savar

 International University of Business Agriculture and Technology

Dhaka

10  Shahjalal University of Science and Technology

List of Universities in Bangladesh

Universities in Bangladesh are mainly categorized into three different types: Public (government owned and subsidized), Private (private sector owned universities), and International (operated and funded by international organizations such as the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation). The University of Dhaka, established in 1921, is the oldest university of the country. Bangladeshi universities are affiliated with the University Grants Commission, a commission created according to the Presidential Order (P.O. No 10 of 1973) of the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh.[1]

Most universities focus on general studies, mixing together such areas of study as businessengineering and technology. Seven universities have specialized curricula. Two of these are focused on Islamic studies, two on agricultural science, one on healthcare science, one on veterinary medicine, and one on women's studies.

1 Public universities

2 Special universities

3 Private universities

4 International universities

5 See also

6 References

7 External links

How Corporations Use MOOCs Infographic

How Corporations Use MOOCs Infographic

With rapid growth in the number of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and students, it was only a matter of time before corporate American sat up and took notice. The How Corporations Use MOOCs Infographic presents 7 ways corporations use MOOCs to meet some of the professional development and training needs of their work force, partners, and customers.

7 Ways Corporations Use MOOCs

1. Building Talent Pipelines.
350+ companies are paying Coursera and Udacity to identify the best and brightest students in relevant courses and refer them as possible job candidates. The webinar also cited AT&T as sponsoring the development of an MS in Computer Science at Georgia Tech in which the firm can then enroll employees.

2. Onboarding Employees.
This point gave us a bit of pause. Cited during the webinar was McAfee’s wild success in adopting the “MOOC approach” of blending formal, informal and social learning to overhaul of its 80-hour employee orientation program. However, that approach to learning is not unique to MOOCs; in fact, it predates MOOCs and is SOP within many college distance learning environments.
Then there’s the question of whether a course designed for a limited population (McAfee employees) can really be called a MOOC, which is by definition “Open” to a general population. Not all eLearning is a MOOC. As an aside, we’re wondering if we’re witnessing a real-time etymological case study. Will the term MOOC come to be applied to any online course in the same way that any tissue came to be called a Kleenex and any photocopy a Xerox?

3. Self-directed Career Development.
Deloitte, Yahoo!, Jardine Lloyd Thompson and Datalogix are cited as some of the companies that encourage employees to enroll in MOOCs for career development purposes. Not all of these companies give credit for MOOC completion, but creating a means to do so was highly recommended in the webinar.

4. Workforce Training.
Google has enrolled 80,000 employees in Udacity’s HTML5 course, a great example of using a MOOC for workforce training. Also cited was a “proprietary MOOC” developed by Aquent for its employees (if a MOOC can be proprietary and still be a MOOC). Finally, TELUS was named as an example of workforce training using “the MOOC approach,” even though the course of interest was not online.

5. Channel/Customer Education.
Some interesting developments have occurred here. SAP offers its own MOOCs to train customers and partners; because they are open to anyone who registers, these are legitimate MOOCs. The IMF has been working with edX to develop courses about debt and financial policy making for government officials. It’s not clear whether these courses are open to the public.

6. Brand Marketing.
The University of California, Irvine offers the course Society, Science, Survival: Lessons from AMC’s The Walking Dead. While this is not a first in using pop culture as pedagogical material, what’s distinctive about this course is that it is funded by AMC in order to “drive a deep sustained connection with the show.”

7. Collaboration and Innovation.
The combination of formal, informal and social learning methodologies, dubbed “the MOOC approach” in the webinar, has served as an effective tool to find solutions to real-life business problems. Over 100 companies have used the University of Virginia/Coursera platform, Coursolve, to do just that. This may be one of the most promising business uses of a MOOC.

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