How to become a programmer through self learning

How to become a programmer through self learning? Computer programming or coding is the process of writing numerous lines of executable code. The essential study could be done from an institute, or with the help of computer science books or online tutorials.   There is an endless demand for programmers, but the number of capable […]

Learning to be happy: The MOOC way

Learning to be happy: The MOOC way Learning is not all about success in your career. While that is important, it is equally important to have a fulfilling life. And, what is most important for that? You guessed it – happiness. Do you want to be happy? Of course, you do! Who doesn’t? And in […]

The Bridge to Nowhere

The Bridge to Nowhere Imagine building a bridge meant to last many generations and carry millions of people and tons of traffic. The new Choluteca Bridge or the Bridge of the Rising Sun, in South America’s Honduras region was built with this kind of vision – to last forever (or at least an exceptionally long […]

Unlock the Power of Your Employees

Unlock the Power of Your Employees Studies and surveys indicate that most workplaces have NOT tapped into the full power of their workforce’s potential.  A recent Gallup survey of organizations around the world places employee engagement at a meagre 15%.  Imagine what we could accomplish if we could tap into the 85% that’s hibernating. So, […]

Is your organization resilient?​

Is your organization resilient? As the dust settles and organizations go back to work, the question many a CEO is asking is: Are we resilient enough to prosper in the shadow of the social and economic impact of COVID-19? Resilience is a concept that represents an organization’s capacity to adapt and thrive in a new […]

Is your training program effective?

Is your training program effective? We are at the epicentre of transformations both at a personal and organizational level. Organizations are focused on reinventing themselves to adapt and flourish in the new norm. Studies by industry experts like Deloitte, Mercer and Aon Hewitt have  thrown the spotlight on learning and skilling as the main drivers […]

Bridging the Skills Gap

Bridging the Skills Gap Revamping employability with a futuristic perspective is the key. “Employability depends less on what you already know and more on how well you can learn, apply and adapt.” Mara Swan, Executive Vice President, Manpower Group In this world of constant change, organizational durability is highly dependent on the workers’ short-term and […]

Elite – The Beginning

Elite – The Beginning Most great inventions have been the result of someone asking questions. The questions could be intended or unintended, like what happened with Alexander Fleming’s discovery of Penicillin. If Fleming had just thrown away the spoiled petri dish without asking the question of why the staphylococcus colonies did not grow near the […]

Bridging the digital divide

Bridging the digital divide The Indian subcontinent has never had a dearth of resources – be it of the natural kind or the kind that speaks and smiles. Yes, human resources! Around 14 lakh students graduate every year from our universities. Of this, approximately 1.5 lakh students graduate with a degree in an engineering domain. […]

Aatmanirbhar Bharat, Aatmanirbhar Vidya

Aatmanirbhar Bharat Aatmanirbhar Vidya No rigid separation in academic, extracurricular and vocational streams. New curricula for a 15-year school tenure. Teaching in the mother tongue up to grade 5.  Emphasis on conceptual understanding. These are not some ‘hot education’ concepts from Finland. This is the New Education Policy, 2020 right here in India. The policy […]