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The new academic year is well under way. Every day, students from across all differentiating lines get ready, neat partings and pressed shirts, and set off to receive a quantum of knowledge. Every day, guardians watch their wards, as they tote a bag of ruled books that will document their journey through the year, aspirations pinned firmly to their backs. Qualifications, certifications and degrees form the foundation for this hoped future, and the success stories that surround them constitute a proof of concept. Education is no end to itself, such extravagance being ill conceived, given the context. Rather, an education

Management Education (Issues and Concerns)

Present corporate world is full of competition. New technologies are emerging every day and everything is turning towards globalization. In such challenging situation, young managers possessing management degree turn out to be survivors. The biggest challenge of the corporate world is to produce efficient managers.

A management degree from a reputed institution certifies that the person holding the degree has enough managerial skills required to face the competition. Management courses develops skillful workforce which constitutes of leaders of future as well as competitive managers. They have the ability to handle complex business situations. They maintain healthy relationships with clients.


Student Support Service Programme (SSSP)

The provision of student support services including personal and financial counselling, careers guidance and support for students with disabilities is an established part of the support available to students in all higher education institutions (HEIs) The Student Support Services Program (SSSP) is a federally funded comprehensive support service designed to provide academic assistance and advising, personal counselling, and cultural enrichment opportunities for eligible students at the Colleges. The goals of SSS are students are to maintain good academic standing, persist in college, and graduate with a baccalaureate degree. As an SSSP, student will have the opportunity to use group and

Distance Learning (Tele–Education)

Distance education or distance learning is the education of students who are not physically present at a school. Courses that are conducted partly through distance education and partly on-site are referred to as hybrid or blended education. Massive open online courses (MOOCs), offering large-scale interactive participation and open access through the World Wide Web or other network technologies, are recent developments in distance education. A number of other terms (distributed learning, e-learning, online learning, etc.) are used roughly synonymously with distance education.

The term open and distance learning reflects both the fact that all or most of the teaching is

Raising Quality Teaching in Higher Education

Quality teaching is the use of pedagogical techniques to produce learning outcomes for students. It involves several dimensions, including the effective design of curriculum and course content, a variety of learning contexts (including guided independent study, project-based learning, collaborative learning, experimentation, etc.), soliciting and using feedback, and effective assessment of learning outcomes. It also involves well-adapted learning environments and student support services. Experience showed that fostering quality teaching is a multi-level endeavor. Support for quality teaching takes place at three inter-dependent levels: 

  • At the institution-wide level: including projects such as policy design, and support to organization and internal quality assurance

Modifications in the Teaching and Learning Method

The rapid modification and increased complexity of today’s world present new challenges and put new demands on our education system. There has been generally a growing awareness of the necessity to change and improve the preparation of students for productive functioning in the continually changing and highly demanding environment. In confronting this challenge, it is necessary to consider the complexity of the education system itself and the multitude of problems that must be addressed. Clearly, no simple, single uniform approach can be applied with the expectation that significant improvements of the system will occur.

Indeed, any strategy for change must

Interpersonal Skills-Key to successful career

Employers often seek to hire staff with 'strong interpersonal skills' - they want people who will work well in a team and be able to communicate effectively with colleagues, customersand clients. There are a variety of skills that can help you to succeed in different areas of life and SkillsYouNeed has sections covering many of these.

However, the foundations for many other skills are built on strong interpersonal skills since these are relevant to our personal relationships, social affairs and professional lives. Without good interpersonal skills it is often more difficult to develop other important life skills.

Education for sustainable development

Education is an essential tool for achieving sustainability. People around the world recognize that current economic development trends are not sustainable and that public awareness, education, and training are key to moving society toward sustainability. In 2005, UNESCO launched the united nation decade of education for sustainable development which reaffirmed the key role of education in shaping values that are supportive of sustainable development, and in consolidating sustainable societies. They have different visions of what sustainable societies will look like and how they will function. These same people wonder why educators have not moved more quickly to develop education

Do people with more formal education are better leaders?

Do people with more formal education are better leaders ? The idea has deep roots in both classical and contemporary political thought. Teachers who earn master’s degrees do not appear to produce better students. Chief executive officers (CEOs) with more schooling do not seem to produce higher profits. Perhaps politicians with more formal education do not produce better government

Why would we expect politicians who have more formal education to be better leaders?  Many social scientists have recently started to agree on it .The most common answer in the scholarly literature is that people with more schooling have more human

Children’s Play Time


Children’s play time is a serious subject. As parents, we should think that play time is an essential part of children’s life. But with today’s education system, it looks like children are very busy the whole day. So, it is parents’ responsibility to identify what role they can play to schedule play time in children’s life, so that it becomes safe, suitable, and important part of children’s everyday life.

Let’s go through some reasons why children should have sufficient play time.

  • As per clinical research, playing is very important for the development of children because it helps in the

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