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Smart Class: The New Learning Environment in Classroom


It is a new vision in education. The use of Education technology can bring a huge change in education. Internet and e learning devices can make class room environment extremely amazing. Teaching through computer, internet and multimedia devices will be a common thing in future. Now a day’s different multimedia lessons are available. By using these multimedia lessons teachers may teach the students very easily.

In this day Smart class and smart schools are very interesting dreams for students, teachers and the students. Students are very interested about the smart school and smart class. Several institutes are making their

Outcome-Based Education- The Innovative Learning

Education in institutions of higher learning today goes beyond the traditional norms in which lectures, tests and learning and training. Therefore teaching, learning and training of students on the subject contents need not only be class-based but also can be carried out online, commonly known as e-learning. This is done due to the growing need to evaluate the teaching quality at institutions of higher learning in order to be at par with the global teaching-learning approaches, technology platforms and competitiveness.

Hence, a new learning culture emerges and a new learning model such as an outcome-based education learning approach is favored


Electronic governance or e-governance is the application of information and communication technology (ICT) for delivering government services, exchange of information communication transactions, integration of various stand-alone systems and services between government-to-customer (G2C), government-to-business (G2B), government-to-government (G2G) as well as back office processes and interactions within the entire government framework. Through e-governance, government services will be made available to citizens in a convenient, efficient and transparent manner. The three main target groups that can be distinguished in governance concepts are government, citizens and businesses/interest groups. In e-governance there are no distinct boundaries. Generally four basic models are available – government-to-citizen

What are smart cities?

Across the world, the stride of migration from rural to urban areas is increasing. By 2050, about 70 per cent of the population will be living in cities, and India is no exception. It will need about 500 new cities to accommodate the influx.

Interestingly, urbanization in India has for the longest time been viewed as a by-product of failed regional planning. Though it is inevitable, and will only change when the benefits of urbanization overtake the costs involved, it is an opportunity for achieving faster growth.

With increasing urbanization and the load on rural land, the government has now

Effect of Smart Classroom on Learning Environment

In the context of global policy, global society and global economy, each and every country is seriously thinking of heightening the degree of quality in system of education. Globalization has permitted technical progress in communication field which enables users to access and exchange information at anytime and from any place in the world. Technology plays a vital role in education. In today’s competitive world the child needs the skill sets, which are beyond subject knowledge and require concentration, assimilation power and retention. In this regard the role of smart class is quite important. Smart class is introduced by Educomp. Educomp

The importance of dissent in democracy

In a democracy, non-governmental organizations provide a platform to civil society to dissent in an informed and reasoned manner .On October 31, 1570, Martin Luther nailed on the door of a church in Germany 95 objections to the Catholic faith that led to the emergence of Protestantism. Soon after, Galileo Galilei challenged the Church by stating that the Earth and other planets revolve round the Sun. He died under house arrest.

In 1927, Heinrich Wieland received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for discovering a structure of cholic acid which was proven to be wrong within a year. In 1959, Severo Ochoa

Rethinking reservations and ‘development’

Across the country, unless adequate jobs are created for the large labour force, the frustration of the youth is not likely to be contained.

In Gujarat, the Patels or Patidars, who constitute about 15 per cent of the State’s population, are an economically and politically dominant upper caste. As successful farmers, as small and big industrialists, as traders as well as non-resident Gujaratis, spread practically all over the world, they should be the last to demand reservation. The Patel agitation at present, however, seems to be demanding precisely this. Or, if read carefully, the protesters are demanding the removal of

Significance of Education in Society

Education, if looked at beyond its conventional boundaries, forms the very essence of all our actions. What we do is what we know and have learned, either through instructions or through observation and assimilation. When we are not making an effort to learn, our mind is always processing new information or trying to analyze the similarities as well as the tiny nuances within the context which makes the topic stand out or seem different. If that is the case then the mind definitely holds the potential to learn more, however, it is us who stop ourselves from expanding the horizons

Inclusive ecosystems for mental health

It is now time to assign resources to the government’s progressive mental health policy and initiate programmers that promote social inclusion, participation and mobility Lily, a petite, pleasant young woman, enjoys life by the sea, in a village close to Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu. On closer observation, Lily may seem somewhat different from others around her; there is a visible social awkwardness. Her clinical diagnosis of intellectual disability and psychosis typically indicates an inhibited capacity to engage in usual tasks, socialize as others may and sustain meaningful relationships and conversations. She doesn’t speak much of her birth family or her past

Making ‘Make in India’ happen

To become a manufacturing nation, India has to quickly move beyond rhetoric to create a clear strategy and favorable policy environment for manufacturing to take off. A close dialogue and partnership between government and the private sector is critical.

At this moment, the Prime Minister’s “Make in India” campaign appears to be exactly this — an imaginative marketing campaign. But there is much thought and even more work that is required to convert this to reality.

The theory behind “Make in India” is as simple as it is compelling. India must become a manufacturing powerhouse in order to gainfully employ

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