Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: The Founder Of Modern Education

By: Mohammad Salim Khan, Sub Editor-ICN “Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was the profit of education in India,” said Mahatma Gandhi. SAHASWAN/BUDAUN: Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was a great social reformer,educator,and politician. He was born on 17th of October,1817 in a very well respected and well reputed family.His father Syed Mohammad Mutaqqi was a very renowed person. He was the advisor of Mohammad Shah Akbar Sani in Mughal dynasty. His mother Azeezun Nisan was also a very humble lady.His grandfather was too posted on avery high dignity in the royal court of…

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Understanding The Needs Of A Special Mind

By: Richa Sinha LUCKNOW: When people hear the words special education, what do they think of? Children with severe disabilities who would not be able to benefit from a regular education system. What would happen if you had a child with special needs but he could not get the education that they needed to get through school? Just think about it.  Not everyone is able to handle the children with special needs and the teachers have to be specially trained.  The child needs to be accepted and loved, a necessary…

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UGC Visits Patkai For ‘Autonomy Extension’

By: Dr. Dakter Esse, Editor-ICN PATKAI: Established in 1974, Patkai Christian College (Autonomous) one of the oldest institutes in the state of Nagaland was first conferred the ‘Autonomous’ status in 2005 and following years the college had its autonomy extended. This time round again the University Grant Commission sent a peer team to assess the college for ‘Autonomy Extension’. The five-member UGC peer team on a two-day visit to the college campus on Friday assessed the infrastructural-financial-human resources, teaching-learning processes, adaptation of upgraded technologies, teaching-research and the progress from the…

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A Great Success To Jamia Millia Islamia’s Hindi Department

By: Dr Mohammad Aleem, Editor, ICN Group 23 students of PG Diploma in TV journalism course have been selected in various media channels. NEW DELHI: According to the data released by the Hindi Department of this academic session that it’s 23 students have made a cut for the various types of jobs in the popular TV channels. it is, no doubt, one of the biggest successes of the department. Course coordinator, Dr. Asif Umar, stated that this year’s placement is high in number than previous years. And behind this stupendous…

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CBSE Class 10th Result 2019 Declared Today, 91.1% Clear Exam

NEW DELHI: The CBSE 10th result 2019 released by the Central Board of Secondary Education on its official websites at cbseresults.nic.in and cbse.nic.in. As many as 13 students have scores 99.9% in the board examination, 97 students in Top 3 on CBSE Class 10 Results.In the academic year 2018-19, CBSE conducted the class 10 th exams between February 21 and March 29, 2019. CBSE has changed the Class 10 passing criteria. Now the combined marks of internal assessment and theory examinations are considered for deciding the pass criteria.According to CBSE officials, over…

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Career Selection-A Basic Insight: Part 28

By: Satyendra Kumar Singh, Editor-ICN DAIRY TECHNOLOGY This again is a booming sector for employment and is basically a fusion of engineering, biochemistry, bacteriology, and nutrition. It takes care of production, processing, packaging, storage, transport and physical distribution of milk and its products. An expert in dairy technology can take up consultancy, teaching, research or can start their own milk or ice cream plants. Courses The major courses in this sector are: B.Sc. Dairy Technology B.Tech. Dairy Technology Diploma in Dairy Technology M.Sc. Dairy Technology M.Sc. Dairy Technology and Agricultural Extension…

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Students Suffer As Kashmir University Website Runs Slow, Demand Extension In Last Date

By: Suhail Yousuf Shah, Dy.Bureau Chief J&K SRINAGAR: Admission seekers at the University of Kashmir (KU) faced severe inconvenience from past two days for admissions due to slow functioning of the varsity’s website. A female student, wishing not to be named, who tried to get registered herself for PG admission in Kashmir University said that she is facing severe inconvenience as the website is running slow and she couldn’t registered herself so far. Kashmir university has issued notification for PG entrance test from 22 March to 2nd April. Students said…

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Career Selection-A Basic Insight: Part 6

By: Satyendra Kumar Singh, Editor-ICN List of Courses LUCKNOW: Let us now move to examine and understand the commonly sought of courses and discuss about its description and other necessary information. Before we move on, let us assume that most of us pass out either in Arts, Science or Commerce group. The students who have passed their 12th with Arts as their stream have a variety of options for courses such as Social Sciences, Management, Hospitality, Journalism, Film-Making to name a few. The science stream mainly has three types of subject…

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Career Selection-A Basic Insight: Part 3

By: Satyendra Kumar Singh, Executive Editor-ICN Group LUCKNOW: The career guidance includes self-development, career exploration and career management. It also helps the people to identify and use their skills to go ahead with their career of interest. Thus, it can be said that career guidance helps in identifying interests and other traits that helps in selection of a profession. This guidance helps in preparation of resume, searching information for particular job and arranging for developmental workshops. The internships or apprenticeship training must be promoted as well. The industry and academics has…

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Career Selection-A Basic Insight: Part 2

By: Satyendra Kumar Singh, Executive Editor-ICN Group Evolution of the Concept of Career Counselling LUCKNOW: The main aim of a career counselling program is to provide step-by-step process that can gel with the school curriculum and pedagogy. Most of the schools these days are adopting career counselling as one of the vital tools for paving the right career paths for their students. The teachers and the associated staff should learn new approaches and activities involved into career assessment and counselling. Such tools should be implementable in classrooms and on various segments…

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