Monthly Archives: May 2017

Financial Literacy in India

Financial literacy means the ability of an individual to understand how money works in the economy and to be able to take an informed and an optimum decision pertaining to all financial matters. According to a global survey, around 76% … Continue reading

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FDP on “Research Methods and Data Analysis using SPSS and AMOS”

The Faculty Development Programme has been organized by JIMS Kalkaji in association with QT Analytics, a Statistical Consulting, Training and Education provider. The FDP is being conducted by professional experts and eminent academicians from May 22-27, 2017 in Kalkaji Campus Conference Room.

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Blunders that can blow your resume

Do you usually wonder whether your resume had been read by your prospective employer? Does the phobia of your application being lost amidst competitive candidates a common worry to you? If you answered ‘yes’ to either of the two or … Continue reading

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Role of Data Analytics in Education

Data Analytics is the process of drawing and interpreting conclusions and decisions from huge data sets through varied techniques of data mining, predictive analytics, clustering, classification and visualization. In Education sector, a lot of data flows in and out every … Continue reading

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FDP on “Case Based Methodology”

The faculty development programme  has been conducted in JIMS Kalkaji by Mr Harsh Verma on 6th May 2017. The session was extermely interative and was based on “case based methodology”.        

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Education- The Road to Knowledge and  Economic Superpower

India has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in the world and soon poised to take over  even as a knowledge superpower. However, this would be possible only if education enables that thrust. Future growth of an economy … Continue reading

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Experiential Education

A system based approach where there are always things in black and white , there is always a right or wrong situation, there is one and one way of looking at a situation and the perspective has to be of … Continue reading

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