Monthly Archives : April 2014

sports career

 

Sport is increasingly becoming a bigger and more diverse business. Organizations need thousands of people to work in sports related areas like management, marketing and event planning. Find out more career avenues in sports world in this news.

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digital-literacy-mooc

 

MOOC (massive open online courses) have been used to make local students creatively savvy in Talasari and Ambad in Maharashtra, India, under the pilot National University Students’ Skills Development programme.

Gnowledge Lab, Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, are designing and deploying the digital literacy course as well as developing the platform to deliver it.

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Buddy video contest is a unique initiative by myklassroom.com to recognize and nurture the educational community around India. We would like to make buddy videos as a platform for anyone to create quality educational content in an informal way that can be shared across the world of learners.

Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission (TNEA) is the process through which more than 1.5 lakh engineering aspirants get themselves enrolled into engineering colleges of Tamil Nadu through single window counselling.

TNEA 2014

Counselling Procedure

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S. Malarvizhi with students

Life has come a full circle for a renowned academician, a physics lecturer, an IT professional and a student of management. They are back in college, where their journeys began years ago. Sheela Ramachandran is Vice-Chancellor of Avinashilingam University, S. Malarvizhi is the chairperson and managing trustee of VLB and Sri Krishna Institutions, Anusha Ravi is CEO, Park Group of Institutions and Nithya Ramachandran is deputy joint secretary, Sankara College of Science and Commerce. Three of them never imagined they would have anything to do with managing education, but they have learnt on the job, allowed their hearts to guide them and brought about a holistic transformation in their campuses.

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