There were many myths and misconceived notions about online education until recent past. Some people believed that online learning is a good option only for students who have a good track record. It was also believed that only those students having access to computers and modern means of communication would benefit from online education. However, with time such notions are giving way to an open acceptance where people have started accepting online education as a viable alterative for conventional education.
Not all online education options have a similar methodology and approach. There are various modes of online education available and it would be better if you have an understanding of different methodologies in use by online education providers so that you can select the course with the methodology that suits you the best. Here we are discussing the learning methodologies for online education:
Online Education Methodologies- Different Options
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To a huge side of the population, education may mean “nothing at all”, but to a petty portion of people, education may mean “everything.” Referring back to its founding father, the two goals of education are: The good for the entire society and the world, and secondly the former good must be the sources of other good. Because of these two goals of education, we have reached the terms: human evolution, sustainable development, development for all, equality in all conditions, etc; these consolations, are indeed, destined to fetch in good for one society, and increasingly the whole world.
However, I have seen that education has been negatively converted into an artificial key for self-benefit; this is far away from the principal and mindset of its founding father. Law and political science are two of the fields that have been negatively derailed from their founding fathers.
“The good for the mass” is the goal of political science and law, and this goal is ubiquitously informed to all students of political science and law. However, their education gained while they were in school was made imperfect, as soon as they become the enforcers of this educational goal in the society. So what are the reasons behind this evil?
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Institutions of education, and the system of which they are a part, face a host of unprecedented challenges from forces in society that affect and are influenced by these very institutions and their communities of learners and educators. Among these forces are sweeping demographic changes, shrinking provincial budgets, revolutionary advances in information and telecommunication technologies, globalization, competition from new educational providers, market pressures to shape educational and scholarly practices toward profit-driven ends, and increasing demands and pressures for fundamental changes in public policy and public accountability relative to the role of higher education in addressing pressing issues of communities and the society at large. Anyone of these challenges would be significant on their own, but collectively they increase the complexity and difficulty for education to sustain or advance the fundamental work of serving the public good.
Through a forum on education, we can agree to: Strengthening the relationship between higher education and society will require a broad-based effort that encompasses all of education, not just individual institutions, departments and associations.
Piecemeal solutions can only go so far; strategies for change must be informed by a shared vision and a set of common objectives. A “movement” approach for change holds greater promise for transforming academic culture than the prevailing “organizational” approach.
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There are 3 main classifications into which the education sector can be divided. They are:
Sometimes, education is carried out in non classroom background. It may take place in a prison or in a hospital. Education jobs does not only comprise of
teaching jobs. Other people are working behind the running of the education sector. For example, there are people to look after the administration of an
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Education is important for everyone in the world. It makes one able to understand what is happening around us logically and clearly. An educated person has the ability to take viable decisions and make right moves at the right time. Education provides the ladder for achieving success in life and enables us to utilize skills and caliber in a constructive way. However, government and civil societies have made the process of education simple by providing basic facilities and making going to the school necessary for everyone up to 10th class.
Absolute poverty or destitution is inability to afford basic human needs, which commonly includes clean and fresh water, nutrition, health care, education, clothing and shelter. About 1.7 billion people are estimated to live in absolute poverty today.
Children are the future of a nation. For an emerging and developing country like India, development of underprivileged children holds the key to the progress of the nation itself. Education for underprivileged Children is the key whether we are addressing healthcare, poverty, population control, unemployment or human rights issues. Even though India’s children account for more than one-third of its population, their interests have never been given priority.
The situation of underprivileged children in India
40% of India’s population is below the age of 18 years which at 400 million is the world’s largest child population.
Less than half of India’s children between the age 6 and 14 go to school.
A little over one-third of all children who enroll in grade one reach grade eight.
Nav Prayaas is a nongovernmental organization working to provide quality education to the underprivileged children of India. Nav Prayaas is an NGO that takes care of the underprivileged children. Nav Prayaas is an initiative of a few likeminded people in the direction of enabling young India to fulfill its potential and while doing so it takes special care of the environment where it thrives. We use law, science and the support of our members, volunteers and online activists to protect not only the interests of under privileged children but also to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all.
Nav Prayaas is a not -for- profit organization which was set up in 2006 and since then has been expanding its scope of services quantitatively as well as qualitatively through various interventions. Over the years, Nav Prayaas has been voicing its concern on various issues relating to environmental awareness and education for the underprivileged.
Nav Prayaas believe that everything we do should be measurable and transparent. Monitoring and evaluation are integral aspects of all our programs. The reason is twofold: firstly, to ensure that we can measure the impact and secondly, to make changes in the strategy and model to increase efficacy based on the assessment. Numerous projects under Nav Prayaass educational programmed cover poor children under difficult circumstances such as child labor, children of poorest of the parents, underprivileged children inflicted, runaway and street children, children with rare disability [Autism, Deaf & Dumb, Blind, and Spastic etc.], disaster struck children and slum children, etc.
Nav Prayaas aims to deliver free quality education to underprivileged children across rural India.This rural education initiative focuses on setting up temples of learning radiating knowledge and excellence for underprivileged children in the rural pockets of India to provide quality education to underprivileged children to develop them into confident, employable and responsible citizens of tomorrow. Nav Prayaas works to improve the lives of underprivileged children, their families and communities through an approach which puts children at the centre of community development.
Nav Prayaas is one NGO in India that has been able to contribute greatly in the area of providing education to underprivileged children.
Various education programmes launched by Nav Prayaas are:
Education for Underprivileged in India, basic education for poor child, a ray of hope for Slum children, A Helping hand to deprived children, Education for poor in India, Education for underprivileged is a national level programme from Nav Prayaas which focuses on basic education for underprivileged children and youth. Nav Prayaas makes it possible for an individual to sponsor the cost of education of a child.
We welcome you to learn more about our organization and join us in our mission.
SS foundation is a decade old Education Consultants and at present National Coordinator of Eastern Institute for Integrated Learning (CMJ) University as well as cmj university study center in delhi (a State Private University), Shilong, Meghalaya The CMJ University was eastablished in 2010, to provide higher education in India through varied programs. Apart from this it is also the center of different different university like KSOU,MDU. EIILM UNIVERSITY and some open learning universities also.
North eastern states of India are generally regarded as backward states. These states are not much developed when compared with other states of India. With very few major industries and business establishments, these states are not at all contributing to the industrial development of India. The main reason stated for this is the backwardness of this region in education. But, this situation has changed a lot now. it is playing an important role in this field. In2009, CMJ University, Meghalaya was established by an Act of state Legislature and is empowered to award degrees as specified by the UGC under Section 22 of the UGC Act, 1956 with the approval of Statutory Councils, wherever required. The CMJ University Act 2009 received the assent of the Governer of Meghalaya on 14th July 2009 and got published in the State Gazette of Meghalaya on 20 July 2009.
CMJ University is the largest university in India, which offers such courses to make capable students to become specialization in their respected fields. The objective of University is to offer one year full time program, part time and full time courses which have been considered for allowing the bachelor and master degree holders students to obtain highly skilled and rich experienced of research method. The students may be benefited of one class infrastructure, good intellectual growth and highly qualified and rich experienced faculties prepared them to get registered in PH.D programs and courses in applicable faculties.Its popularly known with the emphasis on offering high quality and industry relevant education in the areas of Physical Science, Medical science, Life science, Technology and Paramedical, Management, commerce, Finance and accounting, Applied and performing arts, education, law and social science and related areas. The University courses are designed to meet the challenges of the part time and regular courses to make them applicable and approachable to the faculties of professional courses. Cmj University, Meghalaya offer various kinds of programs as engineering, management, computer science and social science, finance and commerce, journalism / mass communication with graduate and postgraduate and doctoral level courses.
For all kind of professional courses as well as traditional courses are available in Cmj university. Here we discussed about some higher education like P.hd. Even the cmj university phd is considered as one of the best in India and a lot of students from other parts of India too are applying for an admission for it. cmj university admission processes are not so complicated. It allows students from all over India to apply for any courses. But they are very strict in maintaining the quality of education. So the criteria for admissions are a bit strict. If you are fulfilling all the criteria there is no doubt that you will get the admission. Due to CMJ study center in Delhi ss foundation offers all courses approved by cmj University. Some other courses are like jbt-bed or jbt is also offered by ss foundation from other universities. We SS foundation are so much glad to tell u all right now we are Cmj National Coordinator also
Malcolm Knowles (1913-1997), pioneer in adult education, titled one of his books, “The Adult Learner: A Neglected Species.” And no wonder. Many people closed their books halfway through life; research on how grown-ups learn was in its early stages; teachers equipped to handle mature students were hard to find.
Today lifelong learning opportunities are plentiful and instructors well-versed in space age information delivery. Still, millions fail to take advantage. They need constant reminders of the pot of gold at the end of the adult education rainbow.
Five bright benefits come to mind. First is the prospect of a fatter paycheck. Job promotions go to smart people who keep up with the latest information and technology. It’s just good sense to refresh and retrain for the workplace. New careers are created all the time so those who see what’s coming and want to jump ship have got to be prepared with new certifications, diplomas and degrees.
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