e-Learning. Impact of globalisation and privatisation on Indian education

e-learning A learning system based on formalised teaching but with the help of electronic resources is known as E-learning. While teaching can be based in or out of the classrooms, the use of computers and the Internet forms the major component of E-learning. E-learning can also be termed as a network enabled transfer of skills … Read moree-Learning. Impact of globalisation and privatisation on Indian education

Problems issues and efforts to overcome vocational education in India

Problems issues and efforts to overcome vocational education in India The present TVET system in India is facing some serious problems including outdated courses and curricula, low funding and multiple levels of policy planning and governing. Some of the major problems of the Indian TVET system are listed below: Multiplicity of regulations, certifications and curriculum Curriculum … Read moreProblems issues and efforts to overcome vocational education in India

Technical and vocational education in Maharashtra

Technical and vocational education in Maharashtra The Directorate of Vocational Education & Training, Mumbai(DVET) established in the year 1984, previously a part ofDirectorate of Technical Education, governs the technical andvocations education and training in Maharashtra state. Decisionof establishing separate Directorate was taken considering theincrease in the number of ITIs, Technical High Schools &+2Level Junior Colleges … Read moreTechnical and vocational education in Maharashtra

Vocational and technical education in India

vocational and technical education in India Technical and Vocational Education plays a vital role in human resource development of the country by creating skilled manpower, enhancing industrial productivity and improving the quality of life. The term Technical Education and Vocational Training are sometimes used synonymously. However, as per present practice, the term TE refers to post … Read moreVocational and technical education in India

Vocational Education: As a tool of HR development

Vocational Education: As a tool of HR development Human resource development, in short, means invest­ment in human capital. Human capital means people can act as capital assets which yield a stream of economic benefits over their working life.  An improvement in the mental capability, skill, and physical capacity of the people constitutes an increase in … Read moreVocational Education: As a tool of HR development

Demand estimate of skilled manpower in different Sectors and Areas

Skilling the youth is the new buzzword in the government, and all the experts agree that it clearly needs a more skilled approach to implement what has been drawn up in a policy paper. It was roughly a year ago the government rejigged the UPA’s Skill India policy to announce the National Skill Development Mission … Read moreDemand estimate of skilled manpower in different Sectors and Areas

Malnutrition

WHO Defines Malnutrition as “Malnutrition refers to deficiencies, excesses, or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients. The term malnutrition addresses 3 broad groups of conditions: undernutrition, which includes wasting (low weight-for-height), stunting (low height-for-age) and underweight (low weight-for-age); micronutrient-related malnutrition, which includes micronutrient deficiencies (a lack of important vitamins and minerals) or … Read moreMalnutrition

Child Development: problems and issues (Infant mortality)

Health and Education are the prime requirement for development of nation and states. It is unfortunate that even after more than six decades of independence;we are still termed as most backward nation on number of health and education indicators.{facts – i.e. 42% of Indian children are malnourished etc, include IMR rate which is highest in … Read moreChild Development: problems and issues (Infant mortality)

United Nations and its specialized agencies

United Nations and its specialized agencies The United Nations (UN) is an intergovernmental organization established on 24 October 1945 to promote international cooperation. It was founded to replace the League of Nations following World War II and to prevent another conflict. When it was founded, the UN had 51 Member States; there are now 193. Most nations are members of the UN and send diplomats … Read moreUnited Nations and its specialized agencies