• Importance of Rte Act
    The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, which was passed by the Indian Parliament on 4 August 2009, describes the modalities of the provision of free and compulsory education for children between 6 and 14 under Article 21A of the Indian Constitution. The Act came into force on 1...
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  • Right to Education Act 2009
    Right to Education Act 2009: Major Issues and Challenges By:sudarshana Rana India remained a major center for education of the world in the ancient and medieval period, during the British Raj. India’s traditional system of knowledge system was by and large destroyed and no other alternat...
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  • Audit Office Act, 2009
    AUDIT OFFICE ACT, 2009 The objectives Of the Act 1) To establish an independent office of the Comptroller and Auditor-General as an office outside the Public Service 2) To provide for the administration of the office and the conditions of service for its members. 3) To provide for the ad...
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  • Describe the Extent to Which Recent Reforms to Murder in the Coroners and Justice Act 2009 Are a Change for the Better but Have Not Necessarily Satisfied Those Who Campaigned for Change.
    Provocation was previously controlled under S2 of the homicide act 1957, the act stated where a person kills or is party to a killing of another, he shall not be convicted of murder if he was suffering from such abnormality of mind as substantially impaired his mental responsibility for his acts and...
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  • Right to Education Act 2009
    Relevance of work of Lokmitra in the sustaining the change in educational scenario in the context of Right to Education. There has been a feeling of missed opportunity with the Right to Education Act. Still good sections have been looking forward to its notification. Whatever little enthusiasm no...
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  • Right To Information Act 2009
       2010, April 27 EDITORIAL Right To Information Act 2009 M S Siddiqui A citizen of a free and democratic country has the right to have access to information and know everything happening around him. It is a fundamental right of every citizen as enshrined in the UN...
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  • A Qualitative Investigation of Black Middle School Students’ Experiences of the Role of Teachers in Learning and Achievement
    A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION OF BLACK MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES OF THE ROLE OF TEACHERS IN LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT Zebedee Talley Jr. Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the d...
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  • The Study on the Teachers’ Quality and Role Under New English Curriculum Standard for Senior Middle School
    Abstract:With the increasing globalization and internationalization, English is playing a more and more important role in the world, especially in China. Also, English education is being more and more emphasized by educators and the whole society. How to improve the quality of English education ha...
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  • Teachers and Learners Role in the Educational Process
    TEACHER´S VERSUS LEARNER´S ROLES Jaroslava Kunstová, ČR Abstract: The article describes the roles of teachers and learners in the educational process. It introduces a basic terminology, presents teacher´s and learner´s roles, competences in the educational process as well as some...
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  • Teachers Role in Addressing/Preventing Obesity
    The greatest health risk facing children today is not a terrible disease such as Leukaemia. It is obesity, a condition that has been on the rise in the past several decades. Obesity is defined as an excessive accumulation of body fat or when total body fat is more than 25% in boys and more than 32%...
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  • The Role of Teachers and the Decline of Public Schools and How It Affects the Children
    The Role of Teachers and the Decline of Public Schools and How It Affects the Children Abstract Education today has been on the decline within our public schools. Teachers do not have the passion as once did in the past and students do not have the desire to learn as they once did. Tea...
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  • Role of Teachers
    Role of Teacher in Enhancing Learning Achievement of Child & Emphasis on Teacher Skill Development, Knowledge Building and ICT By Nilay Ranjan Naimur Rahman Introduction The role of education in improving the choice and quality of lives, enhancing social and economic productivity, and initiating...
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  • Celebrities Have a Tremendous Influence on the Young, and for That Reason, They Have a Responsibility to Act as Role Models.
    With the 24/7 access of media, celebrities have more and more impact on the young. A lot of people think celebrities have a responsibility to act as role models. However, I disagree with this opion. There are many other ways to find role models for young people. Plus, celebrities become famous bec...
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  • Celebrities Have a Tremendous Influence on the Young, and for That Reason, They Have a Responsibility to Act as Role Models.
    To begin with, stardom, fame, wealth and glory never comes alone. It brings a tremendous burden of standing mannerism and cautious attitude. Those who fail to do so, not only put into danger their position in people, but are also responsible for promoting negative trends in their followers. Hence I...
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  • Teachers’ Role in the Proclamation of Inclusive Education in Hong Kong: Challenges and Inspirations
    Teachers’ role in the proclamation of Inclusive Education in Hong Kong: Challenges and Inspirations Introduction Nowadays, when we talk about students with special education needs (SEN), we are no longer focusing on how special education schools treat the SENs for their learning. We address t...
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  • Principal's Role in Teachers Motivation
    INTRODUCTION The principal or leader of any learning institution is the key component in creating an effective school. In creating an effective school, the principal must be effective in his role as a leader. The principal is the centre of attention and will be observed by teachers, students and pa...
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  • Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Agricultural Development: Problems and Prospects
    Theme No. 7 Capacity building for encashing technological options and Entrepreneurial Opportunities Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Agricultural Development: Problems and Prospects Dr. C.S Arneja and Gaganpreet Kaur Dept. of Extension Education Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana. ABST...
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  • Role of Commercial Banks in Development
    Role of commercial banks in development. INTRODUCTION A commercial bank is something with which every one of us is well known. However different bankers and economists have defined it in a different way:  According to Kent: “An organization whose principal oper...
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  • The Teachers
    "The Teachers" good evening Sir and good evening my dear friends. this is Abhishek and i am going to deliever my speech. it is based on some people who are very important for us, for education, for society, and for the nation. they are "our teachers." A teacher has the divine personality. Do y...
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  • The Role of the Broadcast in Amultilingual Community: a Study of Edo Broadcasting Service Radio and Television Indigenous Programmes
    ROLE OF THE BROADCAST MEDIA IN A MULTILINGUAL COMMUNITY: A STUDY OF EDO BROADCASTING SERVICE TELEVISION AND RADIO INDIGENOUS PROGRAMMES BY ORIFAH SAMSON OBADUN IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR LAC 724 (APPLIED COMMUNICATION SEMINAR) CO-ORDINATORS: Dr. B.A. LANINHUN...
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