Why some Colleges are better at churning out career ready students

career ready students

  Education has traditionally been a unidirectional process. Students learn what the teachers teach, thinking—or hoping—that everything they are learning will enable them to contribute to the workforce, and in the process, have satisfying careers. Educators, partly directed by regulatory bodies, have been teaching students skills that they think would make them productive workers and…

Data-driven Vs student-driven – Striking a balance

data driven education

Having a comprehensive knowledge of student strength, areas of development and interests helps educators to devise strategies that are measurable and impactful. For achieving this, several approaches are followed by educators, with the intent behind each approach is the same – launching students on a successful career trajectory.   The student-driven approach is one of…

Educators are as responsible for student employability as the students themselves

student employability

Today, not only a degree, but also interpersonal skills, critical thinking, leadership qualities, and self-learning is vital if a student aims to be hired by a recognized and well-established employer. Students having a perfect blend of academic and soft skills become strong ambassadors at the workplace. But not every student will have the same cognitive…

How do educators guarantee student success in a tech-driven future?

student class

  You’re probably reading this for the umpteenth time, but it cannot be said enough that academic success cannot necessarily equate to career success. Although getting good grades in graduating exams is a good indicator of college study skills, organizational ability, and learning capacity, but for your students to have truly successful and fulfilling careers,…

Top universities don’t just teach better, they learn better from data analysis too.

University analytics

You’ve probably heard it said (or seen it written) a thousand times already, that learning is a lifelong process. It doesn’t apply only to students – leaders, engineers, doctors, scientists, businessmen, and even teachers and educators themselves must view learning as a continuous process (if they want to achieve sustained success, that is). Learning is…