Africa’s Education- An Incomplete Mission

Most of the countries in Africa face severe challenges in developing their education systems. The importance of education simply cannot be overstated in this day and age. But for most children in Africa, education remains inaccessible and even useless. According to the Africa Learning Barometer developed by the Brookings Institution, almost 17 million school-aged children,… Read More Africa’s Education- An Incomplete Mission

Undergraduate Diploma in Management- Your Route to Success

Let’s face it…today’s corporate world has become highly fast paced and competitive on a global scale. If you wish to survive this cut-throat competition and prosper in future, then it’s imperative that you develop the necessary management skills and gain relevant knowledge. Otherwise you will simply fall back and get lost in the crowd. Wish… Read More Undergraduate Diploma in Management- Your Route to Success

Sarah Vine Believes State Schools Provide Broad and Comprehensive Education

Recently, journalist Sarah Vine publicly supported the state education system in England. The wife of Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove wants to enrol her daughter in a state secondary school as she believes state schools provide broad and comprehensive education. State Education is a Miracle Vine called the state education “a miracle” and… Read More Sarah Vine Believes State Schools Provide Broad and Comprehensive Education

Can Religious Practices in Schools Harm the Education System?

Recently, in a heated debate on Channel 4 News about a supposed Islamic plot to dominate schools in Birmingham, Labour MP Khalid Mahmood commented “You have got to keep education secular.” The debate centred on the suspected “Trojan Horse” plot which was affirmed by an anonymous teacher in an interview on the British news channel.… Read More Can Religious Practices in Schools Harm the Education System?

MBA Programs Attract Women Who Dream to make it big in Entrepreneurship

According to a report published by gender equality campaign group Fawcett, full-time working women at present earn on an average 15 percent less each house than men. A GEM 2010 Women’s Report made public the fact that about 30,000 women have to give away their jobs in the case of pregnancy. It puts light on… Read More MBA Programs Attract Women Who Dream to make it big in Entrepreneurship

What are the Big Data Challenges that Universities are facing?

Universities around the world can now co-operate and develop ways to scientifically and technologically organise global research projects due to increase in data and development of science. At the 2014 Internet2 Global Summit, President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Shirley Ann Jackson, said “In this era of big data and big science, universities must serve as a… Read More What are the Big Data Challenges that Universities are facing?