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This is how digital education is fixing education system in India?

This is how digital education is fixing education system in India? Technology keeps on advancing and it is becoming very essential in our lives. People make use of it every day to improve on the way they accomplish specific tasks, and this is making them look smarter. It is being used in various sectors for example, the way we use ... Read More »

5 Reasons Personal Finance Should Be Taught In School

Piggy bank with glasses and blackboard GETTY Having basic personal financial skills is one of the most important things you can do to live a healthy, happy and secure life. Your level of understanding around the fundamentals of budgeting, saving, debt and investing will impact every part of your life and can mean the difference between prosperity or poverty. With ... Read More »

ESAF Small Finance Bank opens new branch in Coimbatore

ESAF Small Finance Bank on Tuesday opened a new branch here, the 275th in the country. Speaking at the inaugural function, the bank’s Vice President K Swaminathan said the bank has a vision to be India’s leading social bank that offers equal opportunities to society through universal access and financial deepening, thus promising financial inclusion, livelihood and economic development. As ... Read More »

AI In Financial Services: Is Finance Ready For AutoML

Windows of Skyscraper Business Office of qingdao ,china GETTY This past month I attended the AI for Finance show in New York where I was the host for a one-hour “tech talk” on the subject of AutoML in the world of financial services. With over 150 people in attendance, the audience was able to provide some pointed input on the topic of ... Read More »

Festive Emilia Clarke Is Already Getting People in the Christmas Spirit

The first trailer for Last Christmas is out, and people are already excited about how festive the Mother of Dragons looks in a romantic Christmas comedy. Emilia Clarke stars in the movie as Kate, a down-on-her-luck aspiring singer who ends up with a job dressing as an elf at a department store (cue the Elf comparisons). There, she meets Tom (Henry Golding of Crazy Rich Asians and A Simple Favor), a charming ... Read More »

Google promises to increase use of recycled plastic in gadgets

Google has ramped up efforts to curb its environmental impacts, with fresh promises yesterday to increase its use of recycled plastics and slash emissions from product shipments. In a pair of pledges outlined by Google’s sustainability chief Anna Meegan, the tech giant promised that by 2022 all ‘Made By Google’ products will contain recycled plastic, and that by 2020 all product shipments will ... Read More »

Yes, Virginia, 2019’s First Department Store Christmas Kicked Off in July

There’s nothing like an impending heatwave to remind you to stock up on summertime essentials like bottled water, portable fans, and… Christmas tree ornaments? While a $110 figurine of Santa doing yoga  might not seem like a seasonally appropriate summer purchase, that didn’t stop British luxury retailer Selfridges from becoming, as it proclaimed on Monday, “the first department store in the world to launch ... Read More »

Fincare Small Finance expanding networks in Andhra Pradesh

Fincare Small Finance Bank is expanding its branch and outlet networks in Andhra Pradesh, “a key market in South India”. “We have a number of banking outlets – 108 – in Andhra Pradesh and we have seven branches in the State, the seventh being the Vizag one. We will open the next branch in Kakinada,” said Rajeev Yadav, Managing Director ... Read More »

How Christmas in July Plagued Trumpworld This Week

Christmas in July, what a concept. You wait for a thing all year long, but then—boom—there the thing is five months early, like a blessing. It doesn’t make a ton of sense, but that’s the fun, isn’t it? The dark reds and greens clash against the clear blue skies and yellow sunlight of summer. “Hey, there’s no snow on this ... Read More »

Higher Education Grants to Minority Students Saw Significant Dip in Last 5 Years, Govt Data Reveals

New Delhi: In what is likely to impact the morale of students from minority communities pursuing higher education in the country, a data provided by the government shows there has been a significant decrease in the number of scholarships granted and in the number of students who have benefited from these grants in the last five years. The allocation of scholarships ... Read More »