Monthly Archives: March 2016

Is Skill More Important Than a Degree?

Education, whether it is traditional or modern, has the same objective i.e. of making a student ready to face the future with confidence. But what is the best medium to impart the education has always been a debatable question. With some saying the traditional ways have proven themselves for years and thus are undoubtedly the best, there are another group …

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Vedantu at The Kranky Geek WebRTC!

If you follow us on our social channels, you must be aware that recently Vedantu took part and showcased its work in WebRTC technology in The Kranky Geek WebRTC event held in Bangalore. At Vedantu, we use WebRTC to power the LIVE sessions between a teacher and a student. This is a powerful technology that’s shaping up to change the …

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How To Be a Better Orator

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It was a cold evening. An Indian young man stood before an audience that had pre-judged him to be an inferior. He said, in very simple language, “Sisters and Brothers of America,” and he had their attention. The man was Swami Vivekananda.   Being a good orator allows you to express what you want to convey effectively, it ensures your …

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One-to-Few: The Right Way Forward

“I need a teacher to provide personal attention to my child to ensure he learns well” “My child needs to learn the following and I see that he is struggling a bit to do the same – Need your help on this” We are sure while you read the above sentences, you were visualizing images of different parents who spoke …

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Prepare Right to Crack AIPMT This Year

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The academic year 2015-16 is coming to an end and away from all the parties and enjoyment, the students are burning the midnight oil for the big exam. Students are appearing for boards’ examination, but the eyes of all devoted medical aspirants are on the All India Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental Entrance Test (AIPMT). Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the …

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