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National Education Policy (NEP 2020) & Future Exams

National Education Policy (NEP 2020) & Future Exams

Recently announced National Education Policy (NEP 2020) is hoping to make drastic changes to the way courses are taught and learnings are assessed. It may take several years to have a pan India adoption of the policy, and many more years to reap the benefits of this change.…

EXAMS POSTPONED AND PROCASTINATION

EXAMS POSTPONED AND PROCASTINATION

Hey folks, Vani this side, hope you all are safe and sound.   I heard exams got postponed again due to COVID 19, some of you may be sad because of all the plan that was made for the post-exam has to wait a little more…

Spirit of Exams or Spirit of Life?

Spirit of Exams or Spirit of Life?

India, as ever, remains a country of great contrasts – of big economic challenges, but also of indomitable strength of spirit. Few nations around the world have endured as tough a Covid-19 lockdown as India, yet from Karnataka state come two stories that can inspire people…

Fast Forward Looking to the Future Workforce and Online Learning

Future Workplaces and Remembered Online Learning

At some point (maybe fast forward a few months), Covid19 will have become a sharp but receding memory for students all around the world. Their interests and priorities will be much the same as before, but the way they go about achieving them may have altered…

Normalization of scores & bells curve

Normalization of Scores in Competitive Exams

Normalization of scores is a widely used methodology to equalize scores from different sessions in competitive exams. When an exam is held through multiple sessions, often for many days (e.g., IBPS exams, JEE), the question papers are going to be different for each session. The challenge…

Workers-of-the-World-Unite

Workers of the World Unite!

As she often does, Merryn Somerset Webb recently gave us some wise words, about dominant companies around the world (Financial Times 18th May 2019, and https://moneyweek.com/merryns-blog/page/3/ ). Quoting a Barclays study from the US, Merryn noted the more powerful firms are the less they pay, the…

Brand New Exam 360

Brand New Exam 360

Exam 360 is a portal for everything about exams – notifications, results and news. The portal was started way back in year 2015. It has undergone two major upgrades in the past – GK/CA was introduced in March 2016, Added more exam categories other than NEET…

Local Education and Tech Partnerships – Best for Students and Parents

Local Education and Tech Partnerships – Best for Students and Parents

Student and parent expectations of education are changing. At root, the assumption remains to gain a competitive advantage when leaving education with job-ready qualifications, skills and competencies. But today, often faced with scarce job opportunities and wide inequalities, students and parents are looking for more. They’re…

Implementing Digital Healthcare

Lessons From India The need for innovation is well understood and much trumpeted – in September 2015 National Health Service England declared “supporting innovation across the healthcare system is more important than ever and will be central to securing transformation and improved patient outcomes”. But innovation…

Millennials Are Changing Workplaces For The Better

Millennials Are Changing Workplaces For The Better

Rohan Silva is a very smart guy (well worth following on www.standard.co.uk/author/rohan-silva by the way), with a track record of making things happen and interesting views about the future. Although his recent article in the London Evening Standard was focussed on young professionals in the UK,…

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Questionbang welcomes Tim Hamper

We are pleased to announce that Tim Hamper is going to collaborate with Questionbang as a Senior Advisor.  Tim carries  35+ years of experience in various management roles – finance, production, purchasing, sales and commercial procurement. He has a degree in management from Henley Business School.…