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How RI could learn from India’s STEM education

  • Sebastian Partogi

  /   Fri, January 24 2020   /  02:26 am
Collaborative learning: Students visit a job fair at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi, India. The country takes a practical, hands-on approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, equipping students with concrete industrial skills straight from the field. (Courtesy of Indian Institute of Technology Delhi)

Collaborative learning: Students visit a job fair at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in New Delhi, India. The country takes a practical, hands-on approach to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education, equipping students with concrete industrial skills straight from the field. (Courtesy of Indian Institute of Technology Delhi)Many Indian talents now lead prominent global tech companies around the world, including Sundar Pichai (for Google), Shantanu Narayen (for Adobe) and Satya Nadella (for Microsoft).The Invest India National Investment Promotion and Facilitation Agency’s information technology (IT) sector page also promotes the country’s digital industry as a promising sector, with more than 17,000 digital start-up firms, absorbing about 3.9 million people into the workforce, out of the total workforce of, according to a 2015 World Bank report, 503....