The Government of India approved The New Education Policy on 29th June, 2020. The policy replaces the previous 1986 National Policy of Education. The policy will provide a strong and extensive framework to the education system of India. The blog aims to explain each and every important aspect of the NEP.

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Craze of Courses

Over the last couple of decades, the education landscape has always been evolving in terms of knowledge and practicality but the one thing that has remained constant was the mode of teaching. It has always been a strong belief that impactful teaching could only be achieved via live lectures.

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Journey of Asia's Richest Man

When Dhirubhai Ambani started Reliance Industries in the year 1966, little did he know that one day his small polyester venture would turn out to be a multi-billion-dollar empire. But it was not just Dhirubhai but almost the entire country who was taken by surprise with what followed next...

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No price too high for a bull no price too low for a bear. Have you been lately obsessed about the sudden uptick in bitcoin? Has this whole agenda of crypto currency bamboozled you? Worry not. We here at IETE-TSEC Breakdown everything about bitcoin so you get the gist of what Bitcoin really is

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Influencers: Are they really i

In a world where everyone is trying to do something meaningful, have a look at the influencers who were really influential in the time of need. Here we try to create a fine line between the influencers who are truly influential and the ones doing it for fame. We provide a lens from which you can see what real and good influencing can look like.

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Are Student's Marks More Impor

Life is a race ... if you don't run fast ... you will be like a broken undaa” Remember this dialogue? Yes yes, it is from your favourite movie, 3 idiots! Do you also agree with the above statement? Are materialistic things like marks really crucial for the existence of a student? If yes, why is it so? And if not, why is a marksheet of a student the "hyped up" part in the entire curriculum?

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