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Govt Must Employ $25 Billion Rescue Relief Fund: Rahul Pandit

Govt Must Employ $25 Billion Rescue Relief Fund: Rahul Pandit

May 26, 2020

One of the key elements stressed upon several times was how industries are suffering, and people need a bailout, and while the government is helping the country get back on its feet it is not enough. On one hand people need to understand the limitations of the government but on the other hand there are people who need help and those whose life has plunged into uncertainty in the light of unemployment, job loss and lack of money…

Publication: BW Business World

85 percent of students miss interaction with teachers, online classes can’t replace schools: Survey

85 percent of students miss interaction with teachers, online classes can’t replace schools: Survey

May 26, 2020

Online classes forced swiftly by COVID-19 pandemic may have brought great opportunity for digital revolution in education and transformation in the role of a teacher, but homes cannot replace schools or colleges as students are missing out on peer-teacher interaction, sports, arts and physical activities during lockdown, an ASSOCHAM-Primus Survey has pointed out…

Publication: Edex Live

“We Need More To Save Businesses”, Says Corporate

“We Need More To Save Businesses”, Says Corporate

May 25, 2020

“Stuff kick-started, and while all the measures taken by the government will help slightly, none of them is game-changers”, said Keshav Bhajanka while talking about how the role of a stimulus during Atmanirbhar series: Big Bang Economic Reforms, organised by BW Businessworld with NewX Primus Partners…

Publication: BW Business World

Why India has to plan a marathon and not a sprint in attracting global supply chains

Why India has to plan a marathon and not a sprint in attracting global supply chains

May 25, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the global economy at an unprecedented scale and speed. Essential preventive measures led to the shutdown of offices, the stoppage of factory outputs, and disruption to global industries and their supply networks. Major industries including automotive, plastics and rubber, electronic equipment, pharmaceuticals, and medical equipment have been considerably affected. According to the World Bank, Global Value Chains (GVCs) are…

Publication: Daily O

We Need Higher Level Of Education In Terms Of Both Access And Quality To Be Delivered: Raghav Gupta, Coursera

We Need Higher Level Of Education In Terms Of Both Access And Quality To Be Delivered: Raghav Gupta, Coursera

May 22, 2020

At a webinar on ‘Wednesday Wisdom: University Of The Future’, presented by BW Education and Primus Partners, Dr Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE) said that before talking about the universities of the future, we should understand the past and the present of universities. In the past, right from the ancient times, maybe thousands of years ago, there was a system of education which was Gurukul system followed by Takshila, Nalanda, which we are proud of, to the present-day education which was inherited from the British era and now we have about a thousand universities in our country and there are many who aspire to be in the global top we have a lot of challenges…

Publication: BW Business World