What does the NEP 2020 mean for you?

On July 29, 2020, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal, Minister of the newly renamed Ministry of Education, released the New Education Policy 2020. This is the third Education policy of the country since independence and is a major step forward for the Indian education system as it brings a number of reforms in the existing curriculum that will bring about a positive change in the way children are educated in our country.

The vision and journey of NEP 2020

According to the MHRD (now renamed as Ministry of Education or MoE), The NEP 2020 aims to bring about an India-centred education system with a target to transform the way our future leaders are educated, and provide high-quality education to all.

As the first new education policy in 34 years, it has come about as a major change. The panel that submitted the first draft in 2018 was led by former ISRO chief, K. Kasturirangan. It was made public and open to feedback in May 2019.

School examinations

Assessment of the students will shift to a formative style encouraging - higher-order thinking skills, critical thinking, and conceptual clarity. The State will take examinations at three levels - classes 3, 5, and 8. The Board examinations will continue, however, they will now assess holistic development, and not encourage rote learning.

PARAKH - Performance Assessment, Review, and Analysis of Knowledge for Holistic Development will be established.

Higher Education:-

From the 2022 session, NTA will conduct a common college entrance exam twice a year. 

A multiple entry-exit provision will be added to higher education. This will imply that a Bachelor’s degree will be of 4 years with exit options in the first two years.

UGC and AICTE will be merged. So far, no new body to replace the apex institutions in arts and sciences has been announced, but plans are being charted out for a single regulator of higher education.

 

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These government internships are here to help you build your career

The Union HRD minister, Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal, and Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of MoHUA jointly launched The Urban Learning Internship Programme (TULIP). It is a portal designed to provide internship opportunities to fresh graduates and engineers under the ‘Smart City’ projects. The TULIP portal, developed by the All India Council for Technical Education, aims to enable students to work for 100 smart cities under the ministry of housing and urban development by way of government internships with various ministries.

There are 23,970 companies registered on the portal offering a total of 295,200 internships. Currently, students with a degree of B.Tech, B planning, BA, BSc, BCom, LLB, and B.Arch are eligible. Candidates who apply through TULIP would have the chance to find work that matches their interests, decide stipend, and decide the terms of engagement.

                            AIM OF TULIP

TULIP interns would not only get exposure in many areas but also get insight into policy formulation and implementation.

It will give them a chance to interact with city officials and give them an experience of urban governance.

This is a valuable investment for students, especially those looking for a future in the public sector.

             Duration, eligibility, and Benefits

The internship will stretch for periods varying from a minimum of 8 weeks up to 1 year.

This portal is only open to Indian citizens who have received their final year resultless than 18 months before the date of application

Digitally signed certificate of the internship, issued by MoHUA, State government, AITCE, and the respective smart city will be provided on successful completion of the internship.

 

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24.6% GGSIPU STUDENTS ARE CURRENTLY OUTSIDE DELHI.Which acts as a barrier to offline exams.

Nearly 24.6% of Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) students are currently not in Delhi due to the nationwide lockdown, found a survey by IPU Buzz.

The actual question that arises in mind is: “How are those students going to appear if the University opts for the offline mode of conducting exams?” Talking about the other mode of examinations – online.Several students across the University are facing poor internet connectivity issues which might pose a hindrance in case of online exams.

Most students outside Delhi have limited or no access to study material as they left it behind in Delhi. The unavailability of resources such as laptops and the internet is yet another issue faced by most students, especially the ones outside Delhi.

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How to bring your A-game during virtual internships

Virtual internships provide students with real-world experiences and help them make connections and develop skills. These opportunities inculcate new learning in students that help them in the longer run.

Factors that make a virtual internship successful:-

  • Healthy Communication
  • Make a routine
  • Put in the effort
  • Feedback is must

 

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed education forever.

The COVID-19 has resulted in schools shut all across the world. Globally, over 1.2 billion children are out of the classroom.

As a result, education has changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms.

Research suggests that online learning has been shown to increase retention of information, and take less time, meaning the changes coronavirus have caused might be here to stay.

With this sudden shift away from the classroom in many parts of the globe, some are wondering whether the adoption of online learning will continue to persist post-pandemic, and how such a shift would impact the worldwide education market

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UGC issues guidelines for internships during lockdown

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has instructed universities and colleges to engage students to work as interns on ongoing projects.

The official notification in this regard reads "The said guidelines also provide a framework for internship etc. However, keeping in view the current situation of lockdown across the country due to COVID- 1 9, the universities/ colleges may also take the following measures for internship and other related activities:

1. Allow the students to take up 'online internships/ activities' including the activities that
can be carried out digitally or otherwise from home.

2. Engage them to work as interns on ongoing projects.

3. Delay the start date for internship.

4. Reduce the period of internship clubbing with assignments etc."

 

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Transformation of the Indian IT Industry through the Decades

This remarkable transformation has mainly come about due to the dedicated effort of Millions of young professionals and the pioneers of the Indian IT Industry such as NR Narayana Murthy and Nandan Nilekani of Infosys, Azim Premji of Wipro, and the stalwarts in TCS or Tata Consultancy Services and other leading IT firms.

Indeed, these and other pioneers of IT Industry were instrumental in spearheading the software revolution at a time when the global headwinds were favorable as far as the willingness of Western firms to outsource their IT and Software requirements were concerned as well as due to the readily available pool of talented and skilled as well as qualified base of Engineers.

While the former was related to the globalization of the world economy and the concomitant willingness of the power elite in the West to look Eastward, the latter was mainly due to the deep base of educated Indians who, thanks to the efforts of leaders such as Nehru who setup the IITs (Indian Institutes of Technology) and the RECs (Regional Engineering Colleges) were able to be trained in world class educational institutes.

Further, the Indian IT Industry also benefited from the convergence of globalization and the opening up of the Indian Economy so much so that it can be said that the pioneers of the Indian IT Industry were “in the right place at the right time” to take advantage of the global winds of change.

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Storm Clouds on the Horizon and Turbulence Ahead: The Need for a Quantum Leap

Having said that, in recent years, the Indian IT Industry is being hit with turbulence mainly on account of the changing global economic and political landscape as well as to the very real aspect of the Industry reaching a saturation point in its business models and the nature of its work.

Moreover, the Indian IT Industry is yet to take the next “Quantum Leap” into higher value adding work in areas such as AI or Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, and Robotics and this is the reason why there are some worries about the future directions of the industry.

As the United States under President Trump and the United Kingdom after Brexit, begin to look inward, chances are that Indian IT firms would have to rethink their business model of Onsite and offshore work since the former requires Visas for their employees which are becoming hard to come by.

Moreover, with the global economy yet to recover fully from the Global Financial Crisis of 2008, it is also the case that Western firms would prefer to not outsource their projects. Adding to this is the real competition from other low wage countries such as Philippines and China which are attempting to replicate the low cost, lower value adding work that many Indian IT firms specialize in.

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From Snake Charmers to Mouse Charmers: The Changing Perceptions about Indian IT

It would not be an exaggeration to say that India is an IT (Information Technology) powerhouse. Indeed, the Indian IT Industry is globally recognized for its ability to get quality work done at competitive rates and for its efficiency in churning out Millions of Lines of Code within no time.

Further, the Indian IT Professionals have made a name for themselves worldwide with many of them migrating to the United States, Europe, and Australia to work in the software industries there.

Moreover, the fact that India, which was long associated with poverty and backwardness now boasts of a world class cutting edge IT Industry means that there has been a change in perceptions among Westerners as far as how they view India and Indians are concerned.

Indeed, for much of the last century and half, India was seen as a land of Snake Charmers and other exotic aspects and it was only during the 1980s and the 1990s wherein the accelerated development of the Indian IT Industry changed many views about the country and its people.

Thus,the title of case study is a play on old  and the new perceptions about India which has now emerged as a leading destination for outsourced work related to IT and software.

 

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Ways by which, Btech, BCA, MCA students get placed in IT companies.

Campus Placements/ Campus Recruitment drives are conducted in various educational institutes for providing job opportunities to the students who are pursuing their particular academic courses.

Keeping in mind the importance of the campus placement programs, it is vital for a student to prepare adequately for these programs and make sure that they put their best foot forward.

There are two types of Campus Placement programs:

  • On-campus placement drives:- In On-Campus placement drives, companies visit colleges to select final year students and selection depends upon a student's ability to work-hard, his technical capabilities and his focus.

 

  • Off-Campus/Pool campus Placement drives:In Off Campus placement drives, recruitment is conducted at a common place that may be a particular college or a public place where students from different colleges assemble and take part and give their best.

The main objective of the placement process is to identify the talented individuals. The criteria adopted for selection is:-

  • Pre-Placement Talk
  • Educational Qualification
  • Written Test
  • Group discussion (Optional)
  • Technical Interview
  • HR Interview
  • Post-Placement Talk

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How to utilize your free time

Free TIme time tips by CPD Technologies

As we all locked in our homes and we all want to get something which we can do to spend a quality time, same we can do it from the list below. Its very easy and let every one to understand how to utilise the free time.

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How to get a Job in Software Industry?

Dear students, Our Bandhu Mr Varun Jain is sharing his experience on the mistake of students which let them not getting a job.

https://youtu.be/i_MfGCFi9gc

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Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad Projected India as a biggest hub of Software products.

The entire ecosystem of payments & favourable policies are already in place for India to become a big hub of software products, said Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. He also asked tech firms to support the govt in its Digital Villages programme. Read more


If we go with this  then definetely the demand of Software expterts is going to be increased in upcoming time.But is India is ready with the right resource pool is a question.

Let us know what you think on this in comment section..

 

 

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करियर में चाहते हैं बुलंदी पर पहुंचना? ये 4 टिप्‍स करेंगे आपकी मदद

करियर में सफलता पाने के लिए मेहनत के साथ-साथ टाइम मैनेजमेंट भी जरूरी है. टाइम मैनेजमेंट यानी सही वक्त पर हर काम खत्म कर लेना. कई बार हमारे काम पूरे नहीं हो पाते और टाइम पूरा गुजर जाता है. हमें पता ही नहीं चल पाता कि वक्त कहां चला गया. ऐसे में 4 टिप्स टाइम को मैनेज करने में काम आ सकते हैं...

1. सबसे पहले यह पता करें कि आपका टाइम जाता कहां है. इसके लिए एक सप्ताह तक अपने काम और वक्त को ट्रैक करें. यानी यह नोट करें कि कौन सा काम कितने वक्त का था और आपने उसमें कितना वक्त लिया. साथ ही यह भी कि कौन सा काम जरूरी नहीं था लेकिन आपने उसमें अपना वक्त दिया.

2. अगले दिन/सप्ताह किए जाने वाले प्रमुख कामों की एक लिस्ट बना लें. साथ ही यह भी नोट करें कि किस काम में आपको कितना वक्त लग सकता है. यह प्लानिंग आपको समय से सारे काम कर लेने में मदद करेगी.

3. लिस्ट में कामों को वरीयता आधार पर सेट करें कि कौन सा काम सबसे ज्यादा जरूरी है और सबसे पहले किया जाना है.

4. वरीयता वाले कामों में और कम महत्वपूर्ण कामों में लगने वाले वक्त का भी एक अनुमान लगाएं. अगर कोई काम 1 घंटे का है तो मार्जिन के तौर पर एक्स्ट्रा 15—20 मिनट लेकर चलें. अगर आपको उस काम में इससे भी ज्यादा वक्त लग रहा है तो फिर आप पता कर सकेंगे कि टाइम कहां और कैसे एक्स्ट्रा लग गया.

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Don't Do This mistake in your career

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6 things you should know before in your BTech First year

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करियर में चाहते हैं बुलंदी पर पहुंचना? ये 4 टिप्‍स करेंगे आपकी मदद

करियर में सफलता पाने के लिए मेहनत के साथ-साथ टाइम मैनेजमेंट भी जरूरी है. टाइम मैनेजमेंट यानी सही वक्त पर हर काम खत्म कर लेना. कई बार हमारे काम पूरे नहीं हो पाते और टाइम पूरा गुजर जाता है. हमें पता ही नहीं चल पाता कि वक्त कहां चला गया. ऐसे में 4 टिप्स टाइम को मैनेज करने में काम आ सकते हैं... 1. सबसे पहले यह पता करें कि आपका टाइम जाता कहां है. इसके लिए एक सप्ताह तक अपने काम और वक्त को ट्रैक करें. यानी यह नोट करें कि कौन सा काम कितने वक्त का था और आपने उसमें कितना वक्त लिया. साथ ही यह भी कि कौन सा काम जरूरी नहीं था लेकिन आपने उसमें अपना वक्त दिया. 2. अगले दिन/सप्ताह किए जाने वाले प्रमुख कामों की एक लिस्ट बना लें. साथ ही यह भी नोट करें कि किस काम में आपको कितना वक्त लग सकता है. यह प्लानिंग आपको समय से सारे काम कर लेने में मदद करेगी. 3. लिस्ट में कामों को वरीयता आधार पर सेट करें कि कौन सा काम सबसे ज्यादा जरूरी है और सबसे पहले किया जाना है. 4. वरीयता वाले कामों में और कम महत्वपूर्ण कामों में लगने वाले वक्त का भी एक अनुमान लगाएं. अगर कोई काम 1 घंटे का है तो मार्जिन के तौर पर एक्स्ट्रा 15—20 मिनट लेकर चलें. अगर आपको उस काम में इससे भी ज्यादा वक्त लग रहा है तो फिर आप पता कर सकेंगे कि टाइम कहां और कैसे एक्स्ट्रा लग गया.

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