The ‘value’ of a college education

‘Many graduates aren’t useful to society’ An article in the Times of India today 12th Dec 2011 by Hemali Chhapia | TNN A generation ago, the Institute of Science in Mumbai was an epicentre for high-end research. It was there that the samples of rock from the moon were analysed and the effect that sulphurContinue reading “The ‘value’ of a college education”

Open Learning

Learning is a process, where the learner accesses information and ‘learns’. With easy access to information anywhere [Mobile phones, laptops, desktops, books], anytime [The internet is always on] — knowledge today is no longer restricted to physical classrooms. In fact, the real learning is happening laterally, outside the four walls of schools, colleges and universities. Continue reading “Open Learning”