• The Background For Success In Digital Space
  • The Background For Success In Digital Space

    Most of the institutions are on the verge of adopting the STEM process of learning and training their professionals because of the proven structure of skill enhancement like logical thinking, computational thinking, and problem-solving. However, according to a report presented by UNESCO, only 35 percent of STEM students in higher education in the global arena are women, and the major difference surrounds the STEM disciplines. But like UNESCO, many of the development hubs are working for the improvement of resource availability and girl/women education continuation in the STEM education section. India, being the second most populated country in the world, which is considered to be of huge potential, is one of the biggest assets when STEM education is delivered to the locals of every...


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