• Management Education in India
    requirement to shape the management education in accordance with the global changes to improve competitiveness. India has become a part of global linkage as the consequences of WTO agreement is developing a technology driven society. Nearly one lakh management graduates pass out every year in...
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  • Innovations in Hrm
    has an unique set of national nuances, which guide particular managerial beliefs and actions, is being challenged in Indian society. An emerging dominant perspective is the influence of globalisation on technological advancements, business management, education and communication infrastructures is...
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  • Multicultural Education Issues
    teachers care can be considered a reason why there is such an increase of high school dropouts. There are so many teachers who often have a fear of teaching or building positive relationships with minority or under privilege students. In this American society we have witness stereotypes being used...
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  • Increasing Crimes
    breaking the odd law or two if we can get away with it. * LACK OF PROPER ROLE MODELS. The famous and powerful personalities in our societies (such as the industrial tycoons, politicians and cinema stars) leave much to be desired in terms of theit ideals. Most of them are involved either in...
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  • Economist - N D Jadhav
    International Fellowships Program (IFP) at Anand ( 2008). 20. “Challenges Before Indian Agriculture –Role of Banks” Keynote Speech at the Reserve Bank of India, (2008). 21. “India as a Global Superpower”,Passing out Function of the Diploma Cadets of the Samundra Institute of Maritime Studies, Lonavala...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
    , meaning 'doing charity by doing trade', rather than 'doing charity while doing trade. In India, a social enterprise may be a non-profit Non-governmental organization (NGO), often registered as a Society under Indian Societies Registration Act, 1860, a Trust registered under various Indian State...
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  • Approaches to Environment Education
    learning, it is never too soon to teach students the important role of human being in creating a healthy environment and the importance of environment in sustaining human life. REFERENCES : 1. Vanlalhruaii, Dr. The Teacher and Education in Emerging Indian Society.2007. 2. Joshi SR...
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  • chapter 8
    restored the brahmans' roles as royal sanctifiers and teachers of the ruling elite. Great Hindu temples, which became repositories of symbolic Hindu art, were constructed in urban centers. They helped increase urban growth by their economic impact and the visits of pilgrims. They reflected the...
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  • Discuss an issue of inequality
    biggest empire of all time). Teachers were encouraged to confront their own prejudices and effect a shift in their own mindsets before attempting to challenge inequality in a learning context, for example, Gaine (2001). A common education Education should be open to all sections of society who...
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  • Three Men in a Boat
    objectives: ● Development of textbooks for standard VIII and IX on Disaster Management in Hindi (an Indian language) and English mediums. ● ● ● Development of training modules. Two Master Trainer’s training programmes Training of more than 2000 teachers on Disaster Management across the country...
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  • Consumer Behaviour
    the culture or society in which the individual lives. The individual can become an accepted member and fulfill the needed functions and roles of the group. Most importantly the individual knows and establishes a context of boundaries and accepted behavior that dictates what is acceptable and not...
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  • Kt012
    for such programmes. (iv) The current interest in environmental education is to be exploited for programme support. (v) Universities should arrange outdoor environmental education courses for teachers. Field trip plays a very important role in the teaching of Biology. The basic reason...
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  • Quality in Higher Education
    b) gesture 3. Graphic- a) art b)written all these forms of communications play very important role in class room teaching ,it is the chief means by which teacher and student works together. Motivation Students in the class room learning need constant motivation from...
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  • Role of Information Technology in Our Country's Development
    Role of Information Technology in Agriculture and its Scope in India S.C. Mittal,1 * * * Abstract Information of the required quality always has the potential of improving efficiency in all spheres of agriculture. The emerging scenario of a deregulated agriculture, thanks to WTO, has brought...
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  • Education in India
    . State-wise distributions ; and descipline-wise achievements, (ii) Impact of such a growth on the society and the needed corrections, (iii) issues related to affordability of students and the needed attention in terms of financial inputs. (iv) The role of regulatory body in this changed...
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  • English
    ) (3) (4) Native/non-native divide: politics, policies and practices. EIL, attitudes and identity(ies). EIL, teacher education and language testing: gaps and challenges. The scope of EIL: widening, tightening and emerging themes. Native/Non-native Divide: Politics, Policies and Practices One of...
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  • DALIT LITERATURE
    as well as practice 3. trained to appreciate the area specific feature of ELT, in the Indian context, to become able teachers 4. Problems and Principles UNIT-I The role of English in India; English teaching in India today UNIT-II Theories of language learning: cognitive-theory; behaviouristic...
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  • Dheeraj
    founders of modern India was enormous, but his reputation in the West as a mystic has perhaps mislead his Western readers to ignore his role as a reformer and critic of colonialism. The Literary Journey Tagore was the first Indian to bring an element of psychological realism to his novels. Among his...
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  • Advisor (Hr) & Pme (Pg)
    . This paper presents role-of teacher, objectives of universily teaching, mapping status of engineering education on global plane, research status ih dereloped countries and India, seamlessfrms and academic participation in research, etc. A few recommendations are presented like tenure appointment...
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  • Science
    , Barclay Medal (Asiatic Society), Sharpey-Schafer Lectureship, Edinburgh, Rameshwardas Birla National Award, J.C. Bose Award, First Jawaharlal Nehru Science Award of the Government of Madhya Pradesh, C.V. Raman Medal of the Indian National Science Academy, Padma Vibhushan – Second highest Civilian Honour...
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