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Last updated: Jul 23 2016 10:12 IST RSS 2.0
 
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UN launches e-learning training to tackle sexual exploitation and abuse 23.7.2016 New Kerala: World News

New York, July 23 : The United Nations department providing logistical support to field missions announced on Friday the launch of a new mandatory online programme for all uniformed and civilian personnel to strengthen training on the standards of conduct, with a special focus on sexual exploitation and abuse.
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V-C plans big for AU development 21.7.2016 Hindu: Cities
A slew of works to be taken up with funds sanctioned under RUSA
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To go beyond textbook study, schools log on to e-libraries 19.7.2016 TOI: All Headlines
To go beyond textbook study, schools log on to e-libraries
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Tech volunteers to help school students 18.7.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Tech volunteers to help school students
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NAAC accreditation for nursing college 17.7.2016 Hindu: Kerala
: The Bishop Benziger College of Nursing here has received B Grade accreditation of the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The college is a unit of the Bishop Benziger Hospital unde...
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Banking institute turns to mobiles, tablets to teach ‘Gen Y’ 11.7.2016 HBL: Home
With ‘Generation Y’ joining the banking industry, the Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBF), India’s oldest body of bankers, wants to keep up with the times. Saving the new generation banke...
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Brief-1 10.7.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Brief-1
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‘Converge 2016’ to showcase the art of learning science 8.7.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Converge 2016’ to showcase the art of learning science
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173 civic school students shift from tin shed into swanky classrooms 8.7.2016 TOI: All Headlines
173 civic school students shift from tin shed into swanky classrooms
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‘Converge 2016’ to showcase the art of learning science 8.7.2016 Hindu: Cities
The event will be organised at UL Cyber Park on July 10
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Wipro gives training push for digital journey 7.7.2016 Deccan Herald - Business
Wipro, the third largest IT services company in the country, underwent a transformational journey during FY 2016, led by its learning and development team to take on the digital challenges. "Based on the evolution of technology, customer and market dynamics, Wirpo's learning and development (L & D) team launched multiple programmes to up-skill and re-skill employees in technical as well as behavioural competencies," states the company in its Annual Report for FY 2016. "Employees built their capabilities through e-learning modules, expert and peer learning, project training, webinar participation, outbound training, on-job learning and mentoring," the report adds. The company also witnessed impetus on assessments for key roles and specialists, and enablement of the sales teams through sales training workshops. "One key area of focus has been to ensure that our employees are trained in digital and quickly deployed. Approximately 15,000 employees trained through an innovative platform called 'Future Ready' ...
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A.P. varsities getting ready for a rejig 7.7.2016 Hindu: Home
‘Summer Fellows’ suggest changes after a six-week on-campus study
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Lending a helping hand 6.7.2016 Deccan Herald - Supplements
The Rotary Bangalore Indiranagar recently celebrated its 36th year with the installation of its office bearers for the year 2016-17. Since the year is the Rotary Foundation centennial, it has come out with the theme 'serving humanity'. President Pradeep Vishwanath said that he and his team are committed in improving the literacy rate across the country. "After Rotary's contribution towards the eradication of polio in the country, the next focus is on education. Our project — Teacher training, E-learning, Adult Literacy, Child development and Happy schools (TEACH) — wishes to educate as many children as possible," said Pradeep. He plans to extend these initiatives to as many schools as possible by partnering with corporates and service organisations, sharing similar ideology to improve the literacy levels of school children. He also hopes to use technology to empower and enhance teaching skills in disseminating knowledge to the students in more interesting and effective ways by using ...
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A.P. universities getting ready for a rejig 6.7.2016 Hindu: Home
Padmavathi Mahila University (Tirupati) and Acharya Nagarjuna University (Guntur) intend to set up Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) desks to attract funds from corporates. Sri Venkateswara Univer...
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App to bind Rotary family 4.7.2016 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Rotary Club District 3250, with 104 Rotary Clubs of Bihar and Jharkhand under it, launched its website and app with information on its members, work, aims and upcoming projects.
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Students develop e-learning software 3.7.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Students develop e-learning software
British council's new learning tools, audio books 2.7.2016 newindianexpress.com
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Visakhapatnam Today 30.6.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Visakhapatnam Today
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An effective e-learning tool 29.6.2016 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Conventional teaching tools have changed dramatically over the past several decades. Schools have gone from blackboards and chalk to whiteboards with dry erase markers — and in some places, from textbooks to laptops that place a wide range of up-to-date information at students' fingertips. One of the latest developments in the education world is the growing use of YouTube, the popular video sharing website where any user can upload and share videos of every possible kind. The first thing that many people associate with YouTube is that it is an easy and convenient way to view music videos, television or movie clips. Meanwhile, it is also becoming clear that YouTube has much more potential than that. Many incredibly talented people have been discovered through YouTube, but more significantly, it is now beginning to make a name for itself as a hugely convenient and versatile tool for many teachers to use in the classroom. Committed to help students YouTube is similar to Wikipedia in that it is ...
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Govt to start e-learning in its schools 29.6.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Govt to start e-learning in its schools
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