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SBI Offers Education Loan At 8.5% Interest Rate

State Bank of India or SBI is offering an interest rate of 8.5 per cent on education loans for studying in select business schools. As part of SBI’s “Scholar Loan” scheme, select leading institutions where Indian students can get the concessional rate of interest include Indian Institute of...
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5 Things To Look Out For In Education In 2017

UK Distance Learning & Publishing tries to keep its eye on developments in education. This list of 5 things to look out for in education in 2017 is so that our students, or anyone thinking about studying, can have a clearer picture of what the educational landscape might...
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Writing is on the wall

Social science has historically been locked in an uneasy relationship with the so-called ‘demands’ of time. If the three preceding industrial revolutions had their own heretics beginning with such thinkers as Thoreau, Tolstoy, Gandhi and others, social science is unlikely to customise itself according to the ‘demands’ of...
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Distance learning technology offers a bright future for higher ed capacity

Dive Brief: Duke University and San Jose State University are two institutions which have broadened research and teaching capacity through distance communication technology. Video conferencing has allowed both schools to expose students to professional development opportunities and outreach to domestic and international partner institutions. Michigan State University takes...
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