India’s leading Research and Ratings Agency announces winners of the Better India Education Awards,

TRR Network Private Limited, in association with Education Connect, PHY Market Research and Global Brands Network, organized the prestigious Better India Education Awards, 2018 on June 30, 2018 to celebrate and honor around 40 winners at 5 different levels for epitomizing strength, ingenuity, knowledge, foresight for the growth of the education sector with vision and inspiration.

London based charity WORLDwrite wins National Lottery support for film on women

Today, the education charity WORLDwrite has received £10,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for its exciting new film based project entitled Women: A Success Story. The project will be based at the charity’s volunteer centre in London E5. Made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, the project focuses on the road to equality for women over the past 100 years.

Chartered Accountants can be catalysts of economic reforms

They also hold the key to decide the determinants of the nation’s economy dynamics and these are some of the reforms which are meant to clean the economy of India, to eradicate parallel economy and to enrich the State exchequer to supplement the funding for a host of pro-poor schemes announced by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi

Sqoolz launches Connect - a web and mobile communication platform

Sqoolz (www.sqoolz.com), country’s fastest growing school discovery platform, has launched a school communication platform – Sqoolz Connect. Connect was under a private beta with various schools and pre-schools for the last 12 months. Connect is now publicly available for schools across India. Unlike prevailing school management software, Connect is a pure play messaging system that can support multiple native type message and integration with various information sources.

Mumbai student, Arjun Shah, scores 100% in GRE

Arjun Shah, 20, a student of Jamboree Education's Dadar center created history a few days ago. Arjun scored a perfect 340/340 in the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE), required for admissions to postgraduate courses in the US. He did this in his first attempt.