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Government plans to make 20 public, private institutions top class

Posted by STUDENT WING on May 5, 2016 at 6:20 AM Comments comments (0)

 

DELHI: The government plans to set up a regulatory structure to make 10 public and 10 private educational institutions as world-class teaching and research institutions, Lok Sabha was told on Tuesday.

"There is a proposal to establish a regulatory architecture to enable ten public and ten private institutions to emerge as world-class teaching and research institutions," HRD minister Smriti Irani said during question hour.

The reply came when BJP member Uday Pratap Singh asked whether the government has identified or proposes to identify central universities or organizations that are likely to make their mark globally in the field of education and research.

The minister said the government has not yet allocated any funds for the proposal but will provide adequate support to assist 10 public institutions.

"The details of the same are being worked out including selection of the institutions," he said.


Clear Ground Rules Support Good Process

Posted by STUDENT WING on January 27, 2013 at 6:35 AM Comments comments (0)

In the last article, Getting Your Meeting Off to a Good Start, we mentioned creating ground rules for the group. Ground rules, or group norms, are the group's agreement on how they expect everyone to behave during the meeting and on the procedures that they will use. It is a way of clarifying people's expectations explicitly and up front.

For example, if your group expects that everyone will arrive on time and read the materials in advance, then the group agrees to that as a ground rule and holds each other accountable. Other ground rules might be "we won't interrupt one another" or "stick to the subject at hand." A procedural ground rule might be "raise your hand to be recognized to speak." Once people agree to a set of ground rules, they are very likely to use them without further prompting. If the group slips off the subject or starts interrupting, the facilitator -- or any member of the group -- can remind participants of the agreed on rules. To establish ground rules, explain what they are and ask the group for suggestions. Check each idea for group agreement before you write it up. If participants suggest a vague term such as "respect," ask them to clarify what acting with respect looks like or what would show an absence of respect so that you can be clear about the behaviors they are intending people to show or avoid.

When all the ground rules are written on a flip chart, confirm that you have agreement on the rules. Keep the ground rules posted on a flip chart throughout the meeting. If the group meets regularly or multiple times, save the ground rules to repost at subsequent meetings so you will not need to recreated them.

 

Clear Ground Rules Support Good Process

Posted by STUDENT WING on January 27, 2013 at 6:35 AM Comments comments (0)

In the last article, Getting Your Meeting Off to a Good Start, we mentioned creating ground rules for the group. Ground rules, or group norms, are the group's agreement on how they expect everyone to behave during the meeting and on the procedures that they will use. It is a way of clarifying people's expectations explicitly and up front.

For example, if your group expects that everyone will arrive on time and read the materials in advance, then the group agrees to that as a ground rule and holds each other accountable. Other ground rules might be "we won't interrupt one another" or "stick to the subject at hand." A procedural ground rule might be "raise your hand to be recognized to speak." Once people agree to a set of ground rules, they are very likely to use them without further prompting. If the group slips off the subject or starts interrupting, the facilitator -- or any member of the group -- can remind participants of the agreed on rules. To establish ground rules, explain what they are and ask the group for suggestions. Check each idea for group agreement before you write it up. If participants suggest a vague term such as "respect," ask them to clarify what acting with respect looks like or what would show an absence of respect so that you can be clear about the behaviors they are intending people to show or avoid.

When all the ground rules are written on a flip chart, confirm that you have agreement on the rules. Keep the ground rules posted on a flip chart throughout the meeting. If the group meets regularly or multiple times, save the ground rules to repost at subsequent meetings so you will not need to recreated them.

 

Modelling: Opportunities And Scope

Posted by STUDENT WING on July 28, 2011 at 7:14 AM Comments comments (0)

 

The world of fashion and modelling was once a line for very select few. But with increased awareness about the industry and the demand for creative products, beautiful faces, career prospects the interest towards this field has risen. Most importantly, it is the field of modelling which has gained momentum in the last decade. So, what is it about modelling? Is it just walking on the ramp flashing smiles or is there more to it after that? Let us see.

With brand marketing and product endorsements needing ambassadors becoming the key for successful business, many corporates and companies are taking in beautiful faces. So, models are the first choice. While walking the ramps, sporting designer outfits, taking part in fashion shows is one side of modelling career, the span for this line is short. However, there are career options after that as well.

It is being noticed that those with decent communication skills and sharp looks are hired for the roles of Public Relations, administration, front office management. Others get into the line of personal secretaries, personal assistants etc to the top level management. With the world of small screen ads and other brands seeking attractive faces, the prospects of making a career in the ad world has also increased for models. Interestingly, the opportunities are rising not just for females but also for males.

With beauty pageants, reality shows, talent hunts and other entertainment events on the rise, the demand for pretty faces and smart looking models has been on the rise. At the end of it, gaining the experience, one can also set off with a model training institute or become a consultant for various beauty salons and fashion institutes. All in all, the field of modelling has become rampant in India and to those who can add a graduation/post graduation degree to this, their prospects to a successful career are very high.


The Global Search for Education: If Music Be the FoodÂ?.

Posted by STUDENT WING on July 26, 2011 at 2:49 PM Comments comments (0)

C. M. Rubin -- The expectations of all children in a nation should be the same, as should the opportunities.

 

Leon Botstein will conduct the landmark production of Richard Strauss’s opera Die Liebe der Danae, opening at Bard Music Festival July 29 (photo courtesy of Bard College)

 

If music be the food of educational excellence, play on Maestro Botstein. Give me excess of Richard Strauss’s Die Liebe der Danae at Bard Summerscape 2011.

 

That strain again Maestro, it had a dying fall. It came o’er my ear like the sweet sound of newly arriving Bard freshman eager to experience this spectacular operatic production (comedy, romance and drama set against Strauss’s brilliant orchestral score), whilst relishing other rich works of literature and honing their writing skills in this, their first fantastical college orientation.

 

Enough, no more of this brevity.

 

Let us speak of even greater things with the innovative educator and President of Bard College, Leon Botstein: a man who understands the juxtaposition of art and education better than any; a pioneer in linking American higher education with public secondary schools; a principal conductor of the American Symphony Orchestra; a conductor laureate of the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra; a founder and artistic director of the world renowned Bard Music Festival; but perhaps most intriguing of all, a man who earlier this year described himself on the Colbert report as “well brought up.”


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Posted by STUDENT WING on July 26, 2011 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (1)

 

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Posted by STUDENT WING on June 10, 2011 at 12:39 AM Comments comments (0)

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