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The World of Entrepreneur

The classic definition of an Entrepreneur is “a person who organizes and manages a business undertaking, assuming the risk for the sake of the profit.” To put it simply, an entrepreneur is someone who develops a business model, acquires the necessary physical and human capital to start a new venture,

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All about Makerspace

Makerspace is a constructive and constructionist movement that is taking the world by storm. Imagine DIY meets education. Makerspace is not only a hackshop where you can go to learn how to use an arc welder for the afternoon, but an educational concept as well. A makerspace presents readily-available materials that

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No Violence Against Women

“Violence against women is a manifestation of historically unequal power relations between men and women” and “violence against women is one of the crucial social mechanisms by which women are forced into a subordinate position compared with men” -The UN Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women “In South

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Ways Artificial Intelligence (AI) is Transforming Education in 2021

By Monica Shoshatre  Guess Writer, KOTO Association  Education Technology, or just simply ‘Edtech’ is the use of technology in the classroom to make learning more interesting, inclusive, and personalised. Tablets and interactive online courses are increasingly commonplace in today’s classrooms, which have evolved from the bulky desktop PCs of the past.

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Applications of Internet of Things (IoT) in Education

By Monica Shoshatre  Guess Writer, KOTO Association  The Internet of Things (IoT), which connects items other than computers and smartphones to the Internet, is changing many aspects of our life. This huge expansion will undoubtedly have a wide range of consequences for the whole internet community. In the global health sector

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The Gig Economy’s Rise

By Monica Shoshatre  Guest Writer, KOTO Association  The term “gig” is generally linked with musicians hired for short-term performances or a one-time show, but it has now become the standard in today’s job market.  Temporary and flexible occupations are widespread in the gig economy, and companies prefer to recruit independent contractors

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Tips for Getting the Most Out of LinkedIn

By Monica Shoshatre  Guess Writer, KOTO Association  “Are you on LinkedIn?” is a question you’ve undoubtedly been asked a lot, whether or not you’ve begun your professional career.  LinkedIn is the most popular online social network for business networking in the world. By properly utilising it, you may significantly advance your

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Bored in Quarantine? Here’s 5 Productive Things To Do

By Monica Shoshatre  Guess Writer, KOTO Association   Quarantine is a novel experience for most of us, and it can have a negative influence on our mental and emotional health. We’ve never known a life when we simply went out to get groceries and couldn’t see family or friends.  Well, if you

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Disruptive Education Technologies

By Monica Shoshatre  Guest Writer, KOTO Association  It has always been the goal of education to pass on information and skills. For generations, the teaching institution’s resources constrained that task. Students can access the internet’s worldwide resources through online education. Students gain from new kinds of disruptive technology in education by

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Simple Tips to Ace Interviews

By Izatul Lyana  Guest Writer, KOTO Association  Do we need someone to lead us through the interview process?   Yes, we do! Whether we seek advice or assistance from friends, lecturers, employers, or the internet, we still want guidance, particularly for recent graduates seeking employment. Got you a few tips before and during

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