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  • „The Role of the Students in Removing Illiteracy.‟

    Culture of Sri Lanka From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve...

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  • The Role of Students in Removing Illereracy

    In our country is by far the most serious problem. We all recognize that illiteracy is bed, that it prevents the cultural growth of a people....

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  • Role of Student in Removing Corruption

    to claim themselves are entangled and so the eradication or corruption does not seem to be possible. The youth of the society has a very important...

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  • English Essay

    achieve complete literacy in the country. the contribution of the students may be very significant in achieving our goals. write an...

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  • Soham

    all. Trishul has the unique distinction of being capable of serving all three services. HE played a pivotal organizational, technical and political...

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  • srasti

    – enlightened and hardworking. The teacher, the child's window to learning and knowledge, has to play the role model in generating creativity...

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  • Bangladesh and Education

    amount of loans in the recent past to promote and improve the education sector of Bangladesh. However, the government and the NGOs are playing an active...

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  • Full Paper Hardev Sharma

    Origin and Expansion of English in India and Major Challenges among Modern Technical Students about Sustainability of it Hardev Sharma...

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  • Impact of Library on Students Achievement

    computers, achievement, students 1.0 Introduction: This research is about “The impact of library on student’s...

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  • Right to Education : Political Social and Economic Aspects

    Education ensures with infrastructure and teacher norms for an effective learning environment. Two trained teachers will be provided for every sixty...

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    Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan Assistant Professor, Department of Law ASA University Bangladesh (ASAUB) Submitted By: B.M Jahid Hossain Maruf...

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  • Illiteracy in Kosova

                                  Illiteracy in Kosova    Zana Ismaili  Arbëresha Arifi  Mrika Mustafa     ...

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  • Educational Management, Policy and Curriculum

    states that every person has the right to education. The article has not been legislated for enactment, by the parliament as per the fifth...

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  • Country Basic Information

    Organization of the United Nations. […] Data not available.     Revised version, October 2006. PDF Version Principles and general objectives of education...

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  • Higher Education and National Development a Corelation

    HIGHER EDUCATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 01 General Role of Teachers The significance and the role of the teaching...

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  • Leadership Analysis

    Education and Information Literacy In a US society where information literacy is considered a luxury and not a human right enables intellectual...

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  • The Birthmark by Nathaniel Hawthorne

    cutting and cutting until he cut through her heart to completely remove the birthmark. Once Georgiana hears this dream, she became infatuated with...

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  • Various Educational Commissions and Its Recommendations After Independence Period

    institution performs a significant function of providing learning experiences to lead their students from the darkness of ignorance to the...

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  • Factors Associated with Honour Based Violence in Khyberpukhtoonkhwa Pakistan: a Qualitative Study

    honour based violence in Khyberpukhtoonkhwa, Pakistan. It has three main perspectives i.e. the personal experiences of victims of honour based violence,...

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  • Critical Analysis of Education System in Pakistan

    higher education, primary education has been ignored since the independence of Pakistan. Although the primary level of education do have a founding...

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