free online course on Climate and Education

Free Online Courses on Climate and Education

Students from around the world have increasingly started opting for online education. We bring to you a collection of courses from top universities to help you open new avenues to learning. INTRODUCTION TO THE ARCTIC: CLIMATE Presented by: The University of Alberta Total Duration: 4 weeks Total Cost: Free online course with USD 30 certification […]

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Water Conservation and Management

Free Online Courses On Water Conservation and Management

Free online courses have helped disseminate specialised knowledge and enabled learners gain access to information at a scale previously unheard of. We present to you a few courses in the area of Water Conservation and Management to help you gain new avenues to learning. Introduction to Water and Climate Presented by:  Delft University of Technology […]

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Free online courses on women rights and development

Free Online Courses on Women’s Rights, Development and more

Free online courses are a resource unlike any other, which can help you gain access to knowledge in highly specialised areas. We present to you a few courses on gender, women’s rights and development, to help you gain new insights. Course 1 Name of the course: Confronting Gender Based Violence: Global Lessons for Healthcare Workers […]

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Private coaching India

Changing Spending patterns on Private Coaching in India

Private coaching industry in India has emerged as one of the fastest growing industries in the service sector catering to all levels of education including preparations for engineering, medical, management examinations and more. According to the Associated Chambers of Commerce in India (ASSOCHAM) study on ‘Business of private coaching centres in India’ conducted in 2013, […]

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Education Policy

The National Policy on Education

The University Education Commission was appointed in November 1948 under the chairmanship of Dr Sarvapalli  Radhakrishnan. The  Commission examined university education in India and suggested improvements to shape the system. It identified the aims of university education to include maintaining a high standard in professional and vocational education, preserve and develop the culture and civilization […]

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Geo-Spatial Applications for Good Governance in Education

Nelson Mandela once said, ‘education is a powerful weapon which can be used to change the world’. Education is indeed a powerful tool which can do wonders for a child, a family and the nation. Following the path, India has been taking great strides in the field of education. According to the 2016 report ‘Educational […]

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Visual Aids in Geography Teaching

Towards Creating a Geography Toolkit for Better Learning

December 19 was well spent. We did what is closest to our hearts – Geography. As part of a series,  a lecture for 100 odd Geography teachers of DPS schools all over the nation and abroad was conducted by Dr. Vinita Kher Director, Delhi Public School Society. The mandate was to eliminate learning by rote […]

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population density

Population Density in terms of Geography in India

The most common sort among the calculations of population density is as defined by the number of persons per square kilometre. Calculations of population density depict the concentration of population over certain spatial units, and the Census of India uses number of persons per square kilometre as its principle method with which to measure population […]

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