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Good news; Israel Opens Skies for International Students

Israel has opened its borders to international students from 22nd July



The skies of Israel are now open for international students. New international students would be permitted to enter the country to commence their academic studies during the 2020-2021 academic year, announced the authorities.

A government-enacted restriction in mid-March earlier prevented non-Israeli visitors from entering the country. “Since then, the Council for Higher Education of Israel has been working closely with senior officials in the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Population and Immigration Authority on the issue,” according to a statement issued by ‘Study in Israel’, an initiative by The Council for Higher Education of Israel.

Recently Bar Ilan University arranged a flight from Mumbai to Tel Aviv that brought 100 returning, new PhD and post-doctoral researchers to all 8 research universities in Israel

They were unable to travel to Israel due the Covid-19 pandemic restrictions.

“Universities in India are important partners in Israeli research,” said Prof. Arie Zaban, President, Bar-Ilan University.

“Research universities yearn for these students because of their specialization in disciplines that contribute to the advancement of Israeli research. This is of crucial importance, particularly nowadays when knowledge sharing takes place mainly through Zoom. Doctoral students from India are talented and hardworking, and I am proud that we were able to bring them here during these very challenging times for higher education and the State of Israel,” Prof. Arie Zaban added.

Prof. Yaffa Zilbershats, Chair, Planning and Budgeting Committee, Council for Higher Education, said, “Internationalization is one of the main strategic priorities for the higher education system in Israel and we are committed to integrating top international students in our universities and colleges. ”

Prof. Yaffa Zilbershats

“Although the coronavirus pandemic has hindered international mobility, we are glad that international students will still be able to come to Israel and we welcome them to engage in our world-class academics and research,” she added.

International students need to complete a 14-day self-isolation period upon arrival to Israel under the supervision of their academic institution, in accordance with the Ministry of Health guidelines.

“Israeli universities and colleges are still accepting applications for this upcoming year and the fall semester in Israel begins in mid-October,” the statement said.


New innings, Sachin Tendulkar invests in Unacademy

Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar enters into a strategic investment with Unacademy, becomes brand ambassador of popular online learning platform



Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar has picked up a strategic stake in Unacademy, India’s largest online learning platform.

The online learning platform has announced that it has signed a strategic partnership with cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar. According to Unacademy, the vision of this partnership is to provide holistic learning for all.

Unacademy Learners will be coached and mentored by the legend through a series of live interactive classes, which everyone can access free of cost on the Unacademy platform. The iconic cricketer has been roped in to serve as a brand ambassador for Unacademy.

“Our focus at Unacademy has always been to democratize education and create holistic learning solutions that go beyond traditional forms of education. Sachin’s life and journey are a beacon to the values of resilience and determination in the face of insurmountable odds. With this partnership, we are creating an unmatched learning experience by having Sachin share his life lessons with our learners and coach them. We are working on developing a deeper content-led partnership, the contours of which will be revealed in the coming months,” said Gaurav Munjal, Co-Founder and CEO, Unacademy Group.

“I have always believed in the power of sports as a medium that not only unifies people but also gives invaluable lessons which can help individuals in any walk of life. It has always been my endeavor to share my learnings of the game with young girls and boys and inspire them to be the best version of themselves. As a learning platform, Unacademy has always bridged geographical boundaries by making learning accessible from any part of India. When my vision matched with Unacademy’s mission to democratise education, we decided to come together to create a unique learning experience,” said Sachin Tendulkar.

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Govt jobs test preparation platform NeoStencil Joins Unacademy Group

NeoStencil offers more than 500 courses through live and recorded classes, test series and study material from top institutes in the country



Cementing leadership position in the test preparation market, Unacademy has acquired government jobs test preparation platform NeoStencil.

Unacademy is regarded as India’s largest learning platform, which is rapidly strengthening its footprint in Tier II and III cities.

Founded in 2014 by Kush Beejal and Love Beejal, NeoStencil has helped over 100 coaching institutes go live. Over 15,000 paid students enter classrooms from the comfort of their homes on NeoStencil.

“We have a mission to democratise knowledge and while we have set out firmly towards that goal, we still have a long way to go. We’re always looking for synergies in the form of great companies and teams, which are creating an impact by making educational products affordable and accessible. I have known Kush and Love for the past 3 years and have been fortunate to see their journey. It is great to have NeoStencil as a part of the Unacademy Group,” said Gaurav Munjal, Co-Founder and CEO, Unacademy Group, in a statement.

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Forget about qualification, this high demand job will make you earn Rs 1 lakh per month!

Here’s the opportunity to earn lakhs in foreign countries. Thrissur-based Al Salama School of Safety Studies is offering students an attractive yet unique course to have a lucrative career, even in the age of pandemic



After completing high profile courses such as BTech and MBA, thousands of graduates are still in the dark when it comes to find a secure job. And, hundreds of thousands of students are engaged in low-profile jobs even after attaining heavy degrees, indeed, with much less remuneration.

Now, forget about high degrees, complex courses, and career recruitment tensions. Here’s an opportunity to earn commendable salary, even in the midst of pandemic like Covid-19.

Thrissur-based Al Salama School of Safety Studies will equip the students to get a lucrative and secure job in health and safety sector. Students just need to think differently, just have an open mind, and forget about the conventional, established routes to get jobs.

Multinational companies prefer candidates with NEBOSH qualification for their health and safety departments. And in Kerala, Al Salama School of Safety Studies conducts the NEBOSH-accredited health and safety course with the longest duration, according to Al Salama School of Safety Studies spokesperson Ajas K Jaleel.

There is great demand for health and safety students in foreign countries like the UK and the UAE. Students with quality certification in health and safety courses can land in jobs with beginning salary of Rs 60,000-Rs 12,0000.

Al Salama School of safety Studies provides health and Safety courses with NEBOSH certification, preparing students with onsite training to get jobs in corporate companies abroad.

“Our institution is an accredited course provider of NEBOSH. It is registered with NEBOSH as ACP#1010,” says the spokesperson of Al Salama School of Safety Studies.

The institute offers a variety of health and safety courses including International General Certificate in occupational health and safety (NEBOSH IGC) and IOSH certificate courses.

According to Al Salama, this globally recognized qualification in occupational health and safety offers wide range of job opportunities in India and abroad.

There are international norms that a company with 50 employees needs to employ a safety officer. And there lies the possibility for such a course. NEBOSH-accreditation makes the course unique and appealing.

What is NEBOSH?

Founded in 1979, the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) is a UK-based independent examination board delivering vocational qualifications in health, safety and environmental practice and management.

The institute offers a variety of health and safety courses including International General Certificate in occupational health and safety (NEBOSH IGC) and IOSH certificate courses

Multinational companies prefer candidates with NEBOSH qualification for their health and safety departments. And in Kerala, Al Salama School of Safety Studies conducts the NEBOSH-accredited health and safety course with the longest duration, according to Al Salama School of Safety Studies spokesperson Ajas K Jaleel.

Optimistic students

“What I felt during my study at Al Salama is that they have well trained faculty members. And the coaching part is excellent. I believe that the institute’s coaching helped me in passing all the papers in the first attempt itself. They have also developed a good study module,” says Arjun Sushil, a student who successfully completed training at Al Salama School of Safety Studies.

Sreeraj, who went Al Salama for NEBOSH certification, echoed Arjun’s view. “Al Salama is one of the best institutes for health and safety courses. I have passed NEBOSH with high marks. The trainers were really helpful,” Sreeraj says.

Diploma in Fire and Safety- Occupational Health & Safety, NEBOSH IGC training, IOSH Safety Management, Safety Officer On Site job training, Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training, Fire and Safety-Fire Fighting are some of the courses at Al Salama School of Safety Studies.

Students with a qualification of plus two can apply for these courses, and Al Salama assures placement for all of them. Even in the time of recessions, the demand for these courses is on high, according to experts.

“It is our responsibility to equip our students to get a lucrative job. We have here the best faculty members with great expertise in the domain. The institution has high quality equipment for the training also. We help students to get placed mostly outside India. Our entire team members, including the Director of the institution, are rich in industry experience. And that makes us different,” Al Salama School of Safety Studies spokesperson Muhammad sadiq adds.

Besides Thrissur, the institute has also training centres in Thiruvananthapuram and Cochin, and a placement office in Qatar.

For more details: Contact 9562100026

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