In this episode of Future Wise, Moneycontrol's Keerthana Tiwari and M Saraswathy discuss the pros and cons of online degree courses. Will the interaction with peers and professors continue to be the same? … [Read more...] about Future Wise podcast | University degrees are going online. Will it work for you?
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Earlier, Serum Institute of India (SII), which has partnered with AstraZeneca for manufacturing the Oxford vaccine candidate, had announced that it is pausing clinical trials of the vaccine, and said that it is “reviewing the situation” and will keep the trials paused until AstraZeneca resumes them. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus vaccine update | Oxford University’s trials to resume days after being halted: Report
Kohli also wanted to change so that he and his teams could compete with the best sides. The efforts paid off at individual as well as team level. The year 2013 onwards, Kohli became the first Indian batsman to hit seven Test double hundreds, topped the RCB batting charts in 2016, was the Player of the tournament at the World T20 that year. Further on, he led India from No. 7 in the Test rankings to No. 1. An ICC Trophy still eludes Kohli but he is just about 32. Considering Sachin Tendulkar played until 40, Kohli has many years ahead of him. … [Read more...] about Zen Kohli’s learnings from IPL University
The impugned notification provides that the NLSIU shall not accept the scores of CLAT 2020 for admission to academic year 2020-21 and an examination called NLAT be conducted online. The sudden and capricious decision of the NLSIU has not only thrown the aspirants of CLAT 2020 into frenzy and in a state of fear and confusion, it has also severely jeopardized the position of the university in the Consortium. Due to the whimsical conduct of the University, the children are put to extreme pressure and mental stress, the plea said. … [Read more...] about Ex-vice chancellor moves SC against separate entrance exam for NLSIU
AR: Regulation is an expression of what the society deems valuable. With companies, typically regulations have been especially effective in trying to force companies to reckon with externalities, things that they just don’t have to deal with. So pollution is the classical example, but there’s others, like safety. I think we’re not the only ones pointing at some of the cultural damage and societal damage. That’s what you see when you see these guys marched onto Capitol Hill. People are increasingly concerned about those aspects of social media companies, misinformation, all that good stuff. We get the regulation we vote for in a sense. That’s how the system works. It’s kind of a checks and balances in my view. In the last generation, the way it’s been set up is to let the private sector rip and then deal with problems afterwards. I think we’re in a moment where that is being called into question. How much state and federal regulators and … [Read more...] about How Silicon Valley turned true innovation into an overhyped delusion