• Distance Learning: Democratization of Education
    DISTANCE LEARNING: DEMOCRATIZATION OF EDUCATION Distance education or distance learning is a field of education that focuses on teaching methods and technology with the aim of delivering teaching, often on an individual basis, to students who are not physically present in a traditional educational...
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  • Kumari
    INTRODUCTION Higher education occupies a significant position in education system of a nation. It stands at the apex of the entire educational system, and influences all other levels. In India, a significant increase in the number of colleges and universities has been found during the last five...
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  • Teacher Education in Punjab (Pakistan)and Future Demands for Globalization of Education, Adaptation or Immitation?
    ABSTRACT It is universally recognized that education is the basic human right and teacher education is heart and life blood of educational system, which play pivotal role for the progress of any country. Pakistan has 90 colleges of elementary education, which offer teacher training programmes for PTC...
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  • Distant Learning
    DISTANT LEARNING (Is distance learning an effective means of quality education) Table Of Contents Letter of Transmittal - 3 - Letter of Authorization - 4 - Letter of Acknowledgement - 5 - ABSTRACT - 6 - Introduction - 6 - Background - 6 - SIGNIFICANCE OF DISTANT EDUCATION - 1 - ...
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  • Assignments Mso-002
    in about 3000 words. 1. Change in the family structure and familial relations in I ndia. 50 2. Significance of open and distance learning in democratization of education. 50 3. Relevance of quantitative method in sociological research. 50 You can write this report based either on (a) review...
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  • Ict in Teacher Education
    ICT in Teacher Education Dr.R.Sivakumar Assistant Professor Department of Education Annamalai University Annamalai Nagar - 608002. Abstract Information and Communication Technologies has a great potential to contribute positively towards knowledge dissemination, effective learning and the development...
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  • India Education
    India Education Present Condition: Soon after gaining independence in 1947, making education available to all had become a priority for the government. As discrimination on the basis of caste and gender has been a major impediment in the healthy development of the Indian society, they have been made...
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  • The people we become
    modern-age do not see any wrong about it. During the incident that occurred in 2007, Michelle Conlin commented, “that’s not academic fraud, its postmodern learning, wiki style” (Baron 2008). Another adverse impact is excessive multi-tasking. Most computer users become “side-tracked in multitasking.” Multitasking...
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  • Education in India
    With its plurality and paradoxes, India never ceases to fascinate. And education in India is only one among various other elements that have captured the attention of the world. While the United Nations is worried about the presence of a large number of illiterates, various other countries are amazed...
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  • Economy
    2. in what ways does university education “equip people to lead the examined life” (Watts 2004:54)? In our modern world university education equips people to lead the examined life, Watts states that leading the examined life can be defined as working towards developing the capacity for critical...
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  • The Indian Education System Merits & Demerits
    imparting formal education in ancient India under the Gurukul system. Under the Gurukul system, young boys who were passing through the Brahmacharya stage of life had to stay at the Guru or the teacher's home and complete their education. Although the ancient system of education has produced many...
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  • Importance of Education for Development
    chairman and CEO, Mr. Glenn Jones, has said that "Education is the great hope for the survival of humankind and for the forward progress of civilization." The French revolutionary Danton said more than two centuries ago, "After bread, education." Education is the most basic necessity after those that are...
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  • Effectiveness of Open and Distance Education
    Information and Knowledge Management ISSN 2224-5758 (Paper) ISSN 2224-896X (Online) Vol 2, No.1, 2012 www.iiste.org Effectiveness of Open and Distance Education and the Relevance of ICT: A North-East Indian Perspective Prasenjit Das, Ritimoni Bordoloi* Department of English, Krishna Kanta Handiqui...
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  • Womens Issues
    systemic change in education and allied development areas. This is an explicit commitment to the idea that knowledge and learning have human and social consequences and that their pursuit cannot be separated from these consequences.  The roots of Azim Premji University lie in the learning and experience...
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  • Radio for Education in Bd
    Serving the public interest in all its shapes * Emphasis on quality, balance and impartiality * Provisions for minorities * Commitment to education of the public * Freedom to produce challenging and controversial programming * Independent from political and commercial interference ...
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  • Intercultural Competences Between Germany and Russia
    end of Stalinism and the Soviet attempt to do away with this era, the one-party dictatorship remained intact, whereas West Germany experienced democratization by the Western Allies. (See GOEHRKE 2010, 10) It was quite possible as a citizen of the Soviet Union in the private sector, unnoticed by all...
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  • Cell phones How have they changed us socially?
    government agencies, such as the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), the National Economic and Development Agency (NEDA), Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and others; and (3) generate researches, scientific innovations, speculative and theoretical paradigms which are expected to drive economic...
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  • Happy
    individuals have a voice. Influences of globalization are multi-dimensional, having large social, economic, and political implications. The Role of Education In globalization, it is not simply the ties of economic exchange and political agreement that bind nations and societies, but also the shared consciousness...
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  • TEACHER EDUCATION IN NIGERIA IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF LIFE-LONG EDUCATION
    Northeast Normal University MASTERS PROGRAM FACAULTY OF EDUCATION RESEARCH ON TEACHER EDUCATION TOPIC: TEACHER EDUCATION IN NIGERIA IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF LIFE-LONG EDUCATION LECTURER: PROF. RAO CONG-MAN et al PRESENTER: DIDAM BANENAT DATE: JUNE, 2013. CONTENTS An overview...
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  • Analysis of the Ignou Model
    A PROJECT REPORT ON “Study of IGNOU model for Higher Education in India and Analysis of its Feasibility for Private Players” Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS FROM CHRIST UNIVERSITY...
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