User: fredericknoronha Topic: e-learning
Category: e-learning
Last updated: Mar 27 2015 22:36 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Navneet Education (Buy) 27.3.2015 HBL: Markets
CD EquisearchNavneet Education (Buy)CMP: ₹98.20Target: ₹133Ambitious plans have been set for the Indian education industry under the current Five Year Plan to clo...
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RINL launches e-learning portal 26.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
RINL launches e-learning portal
CM gives school education Rs 1,116.24 crore 26.3.2015 TOI: Goa
Chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar announced a higher allocation of 1,116.24 crore (an increase of 230 crore) for school education to facilitate introduction of modern e-learning and teaching aids and create a better ...
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US firm to train Indian drug inspectors 24.3.2015 DNA: Popular News
The US-based UL (Underwriters Laboratories), a global safety consulting and certification company, is likely to collaborate with Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO) and state governments to train and assist the drug regulators and inspectors. UL EduNeering, the compliance education and training services business division of UL, is leading this initiative. The company has already signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Gujarat government to train the Gujarat Food and Drug Control Authority (FDCA) inspectors. Scott Barnard, VP, Life Sciences, EduNeering, said, "We signed the MoU with the Gujarat government during Vibrant Gujarat Summit in January. We are providing them e-learning courses with different regulatory topics such as GXP (which includes good manufacturing and laboratory practices, and clinical research) content to them. We are also be providing a system where they can play those courses and track those completions. We have already trained 45 officers from the Gujarat ...
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Educomp launches e-learning 22.3.2015 HBL: Companies
Educomp Solutions has launched SmartclassOnline, an e-learning platform for students, parents, teachers and the school administration to improve the learning process. “A student gets a log...
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MG varsity budget plans online evaluation, e-learning 22.3.2015 Hindu: Kerala
Rs 562-crore budget has deficit of Rs. 143 crore
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Educomp Solutions launches new eLearning product; aims 1 million students to enrol 21.3.2015 ET: Education
e-Learning firm Educomp Solutions today launched its new product 'SmartclassOnline', which will allow students and parents to access course material, sharing and performance evaluation through desktops and smartphones.
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Educomp launches e-learning platform 21.3.2015 HBL: Home
Educomp Solutions Ltd on Saturday launched SmartclassOnline, an e-learning platform for students, parents, teachers and the school administration to improve the learning process for children and m...
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'Good Employee Relations Propel Company's Growth' 20.3.2015 The New Indian Express - Andhra Pradesh - http://newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/
Institute for Training of Regional Level Officers 19.3.2015 Govt of india: PIB
The Central Government supports setting up of Regional/District level training centre through State Administrative Training Institutes (ATIs) by providing financial assistance for augmentation of capacity of the training institutions in the form of hardware, software, courseware, networking of training institution and training ware under the Plan Scheme of “Training for All”.
Enrol for IIM-C online course 19.3.2015 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
The Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, (IIM-C) is offering a one-year online executive programme in global economics (EPGE) in Jamshedpur via Gurgaon-based Ivory Education Private Limited.
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Changing facets of vocational education 18.3.2015 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Vocational education needs to keep pace with the changing trends and requirements of the industry. Outdated training methods and skills will not help our economy, writes Sachin Adhikari. The combined forces of globalisation, technological change and liberalisation of markets are creating a more competitive economic environment and changing the very nature of work and work organisation. While these forces are creating new job opportunities, they are also increasing the workers' vulnerability. Additionally, being knowledge-driven, the quality of the labour force has become a major determinant in the competitiveness and adaptability of enterprises, workers and the economy. All of this poses a challenge to the vocational education and training (VET) systems to meet the rapidly and continuously changing labour market demands. India is at a threshold, where skilling is the only way it can utilise its huge youth entering the workforce. Vocational training can help bridge employability gap on one hand, while ...
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Transforming education 17.3.2015 HBL: Home

Sometimes a change in strategy and focus midway to drive an idea just may be enough for a budding entrepreneur to succeed. Hyderabad-based e-learning solutions provider, Next Education, proves...

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E-learning for Tihar's women inmates 17.3.2015 deccanherald.com
The 600 women inmates at Tihar Jail have experienced a boost to their self confidence in the few months since the launch of an e-library in the 6A ward of the jail. A young girl, presently an undertrial, easily slips into the role of a librarian. The e-library has been set up by G4S India and India Vision Foundation which is helmed by Kiran Bedi, a former in-charge of Tihar Jail. "In jail these women have hardly anything to do.This initiative therefore will engage them in something positive. Most of these women live in jail with their children," Rupan Sidhu, director of corporate affairs, G4S India, told Metrolife. Reportedly, almost 80 per cent of the inmates in Tihar are undertrials. Sapna Bhati (name changed), a Tihar Jail inmate, said, "I enjoy reading in the e-library. It is informative and interesting. Though it's just the beginning but I find it very helpful. I hope to devote an hour daily between 4-5pm, as it is very difficult to spend time in the evening." Rani Singh (name changed), who claims ...
An Indian joint initiative to help Malawi in farming 17.3.2015 HBL: Industry & Economy

In faraway Malawi, Africa, Indian agriculture expertise is slowly growing its presence and reaching out to help local farm communities.India, a major importer of lentils from East Af...

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‘Budget is a bonanza’ 16.3.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Budget is a bonanza’
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‘Budget is a bonanza’ 16.3.2015 Hindu: Karnataka
The Municipal Administration and Minority Affairs Minister Qamurul Islam has said that the State budget for 2015-16 presented by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Friday was a bonanza to the minority...
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Heat and Energy 16.3.2015 The New Indian Express - Education - http://newindianexpress.com/education/
A degree in Heat Transfer will help you learn the practical aspects of the heat and energy transfer process and methods of transfer
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All things ‘e’ in the budget 15.3.2015 Hindu: Bangalore
Chief Minister Siddaramaiah may not carry a tech-savvy image, but the 10th budget he presented on Friday is peppered with tech-based projects. Spread across sectors from agriculture and revenue to...
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Using Algebra to fight transphobia 14.3.2015 DNA: Top News
You've heard them being parodied in the Kamla ka hamla radio spot. Bollywood mostly sticks to regressive Tayyeb-Ali-Pyaar-Ka-Dushman stereotypes or reinvents worse ones like in Dostana. Television, when it doesn't make them characters from the zenana in garish, historical costume dramas, is happy to use them for often-outright-offensive comedy. Think Gutthi/Palak from Comedy Nights with Kapil. Now in a first, a transgender (TG) lead — yes, lead! — has appeared in an ad for an Indian telecom company. To its credit, the half-minuter by agency Lowe Lintas, which promotes the telecom company's internet service-enabled e-learning platform, leaves all the gaggle of transphobic, camp, loud, in-your-face stereotypes from the cis-gendered world, far behind. Here, unmindful of voices which mock her with, "You want to study?" "Don't you know we're not running dance classes? Get out!" the trans-woman, in a neatly draped cotton sari, bindi-with-a-hint-of-bling firmly in place, simply questions with dignity, why she's ...
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