Blogs

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    Challenges of Digitization In Education

    Published on April 17, 2019

    Digitization is having a great impact on us and has become a way of our life. Corporates have understood it well and are reaping the benefits from it. Digitization of their processes has increased productivity, reduced costs, increased sales, leading to higher profits. Slowly and gradually Government Agencies are also catching up in Digitizing their processes and giving citizens better service and transparency. Meanwhile, Education sector is facing number of challenges in their journey of digitization and is a laggard. Some challenges are real and a few perceptional.

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    Ten Advantages of Digitization in Education

    Published on April 17, 2019

    Top Ten advantages of Digitization in Education starting from Kindergarten/ Daycare at one end of the spectrum to Middle/ High School or Coaching Centers and Universities on the other end are worth making a note. Digitization impacts one and all and cannot be wished away.

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    Airline Catering business is forever facing immense pressures from Airlines, that are continually focused on providing service to customers at lower costs.

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    Blockchain-Beyond Bitcoins

    Published on January 1, 2018

    Blockchain is a decentralized software platform for managing digital assets (such as Bitcoin, Ethereum) and allowing users to transact directly with one another without any third party intermediary”. In a simplest form, Blockchain can be described as a distributed ledger or a decentralized database that records digital transactions.

    There is an upsurge in horror stories being reported from within the country’s 1.40 million schools, particularly after the death of seven-year-old Pradyuman in Gurgaon. There is a genuine fear and panic within the parents community, that the country’s 1.08 million government schools, 328,845 private schools and an estimated 3lakh unrecognized private school with 250 million children, are rapidly turning into danger zones. lacking the most basic child safety and security measure