Category Archives: Computer Masti

Computer Science education in the 21st Century

Computer science as a subject has found a regular slot in school timetables over the last two decades. However, compared to the traditional subjects computer technology education is still at a nascent stage. Though the market is flooded with publications dealing with computer technology and allied fields, it is an onerous task to identify ones… Read More »

Online ICT Certification by IIT BombayX: NextEducation hosts MOOCs in collaboration with IIT Bombay

Free MOOCs on Information Communication Technology, and Computer Science teaching and learning What is MOOC? A massive open online course is an online course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web. In addition to traditional course materials such as filmed lectures, readings, and problem sets, MOOCs provide interactive user forums to support… Read More »

Computer Science education in the 21st century

Computer science as a subject has found a regular slot in school timetables over the last two decades. However, compared to the traditional subjects computer technology education is still at a nascent stage. Though the market is flooded with publications dealing with computer technology and allied fields, it is an onerous task to identify ones… Read More »

What is Computational Thinking?

Computational thinking (CT) is an approach to problem solving. It involves the breaking down of a problem into smaller chunks, working on them individually and finally bringing them together to provide a solution to the problem at hand. Though often confused with computer science, CT differs in being a way of thinking rather than necessarily… Read More »

Next Education acquires InOpen’s Computer Masti – Brings home core computer science curriculum

In alignment with its mission to enhance computer education through cutting-edge computer science curriculum, Next Education has acquired InOpen’s Computer Masti as part of an all-cash deal. Computer Masti was created jointly by IIT Bombay and InOpen and is presently being used by 600,000 school students across India. InOpen’s talent pool will merge with Next… Read More »