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Limit Delhi University next week, know best of four formula, point deduction rules

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The University of Delhi (DU) is expected to publish its first cut-off list by October 1. The admissions and limits schedule is expected to be released this week. DU admissions for most undergraduate courses are based on grade 12 merit. The university takes into account the ‘best of four’ formulas, which means that the percentage of the four highest scoring subjects of class 12 is taken into account for admissions. This is also known as the best of the four formulas.

As a general rule, while choosing the best of the four, applicants should select four subjects – one in language and three best academic subjects. It must also include the subject for which the student wishes to be admitted.

For example, if a student is applying for a BA (Honors) in a language subject, the particular subject and three other elective courses should be considered for the best of four. If he / she has not studied a language at the level of the qualifying examination and seeks admission to a specialized course in that language, a deduction of 5% will be imposed on the overall percentage of the “best four”.

For the other specialization courses, one linguistic subject and three other subjects, which must include the subject for which one is applying, will be considered as “the best of the four”. However, depending on the specialization of the course, students who have added the relevant grades from the subject of Class 12, up to 2.5 percent of the points will be deducted from the total percentage.

There are some subjects for which applicants may not have taken the relevant course. This includes Applied Psychology and BA (Hons) Psychology, for which Psychology will be considered, for BA Social Work (Hons) and BA (Hons) Philosophy, no specialized subject will be considered, for BA (Hons) in economics, students must have completed mathematics in 12th grade.

While for most courses, if a student includes a course other than those listed by DU, points are deducted, however, for the BA program, students can include those subjects without any deduction. If more than one non-listed subject is included in the calculation of the “best four”, a deduction of 2.5% each in the “best four” may be taken.

For vocational subjects, one language, mathematics and two related vocational subjects will be taken into account. If a candidate has added a professional course, a two percent advantage will be given in “best of four”, while those who have studied more than one related professional subject will be awarded an additional one percent point.

For BCom (Hons) / BCom, the must include one linguistic subject and three other subjects which must include two: mathematics, business mathematics, accounting, economics and business studies or commerce. Inclusion of any other subject, apart from these, one percent will be deducted. If a student adds another language subject, 2.5 percent of the points will be deducted.

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Public School Students “Abused” by Critical Racial Theory Teaching: Carol Swain

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Critical race theory has infiltrated the American public school system, forcing parents to place their children in private institutions, what former college professor Carol Swain described as a form of “abuse” of young people. students on “Fox News Primetime”.

“Whether or not we have children in public schools, we must stand up and fight for the children who are trapped and left behind,” she said. “They also have rights and right now they are being abused by their curriculum.”

Swain celebrated the fact that parents are pulling their children out of public schools, calling it a long overdue “wonderful thing”.

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“I am proud of American parents who take their children out of public schools,” she said. “Parents have just learned something that has lasted a long time.”

The former professor explained that critical race theory not only takes away the root of academia, but creates a “hostile learning environment” for students and teachers.

“When the standards are lowered for minority students, when messages are sent about white privilege and minorities being victims and racism being permanent, that is something that is very damaging,” she said. . “This is not good for America. We have to keep backing down.”

North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson noted that this type of indoctrination has been present in his state’s schools at all levels for many years. He pointed out that the CRT runoff is not conspiratorial driven as other politicians have suggested.

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“This is a serious issue that we really need to tackle and our office is doing everything in our power to make it happen,” he said.

The lieutenant governor says he was “demonized” by the left but refuses to give up the fight for the good of teachers and students in need of support.

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Cleanliness campaign at DAV Centenary public school in Mandi: La Tribune India

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An awareness and cleanliness campaign was organized at DAV Centenary Public School, Jawahar Nagar, Mandi. The teachers and the principal cleaned the public places throughout the day in the school premises as well as in the surroundings of Khaliyar. Principal KS Gularia said the main motive for the campaign was to educate students about the importance of cleanliness, which could prevent many illnesses in daily life. It is the responsibility of each citizen to ensure the cleanliness of their environment, he added.

The contest winners celebrated

State-level winners of the Poetry and Poster Design Competition were honored at Sanjauli College by Principal CB Mehta and staff members Devender Sharma and Namita Khagta. The “Why Morals Matters” competition was organized at the state level by St Bede’s College in which almost all colleges in Himachal Pradesh participated and the results were announced recently. In the self-written poetry competition category, Sarvjeet Kaur took first place. In the poster design competition, Ankit Kumar reached the first position at the state level. All three represented Sanjauli College in the competition.

2 university students get a scholarship

Two students from Dr YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni, have been selected for Innovation in Pursuit of Science for Inspired Research Fellowships. Neha is pursuing a doctorate in statistics and Jatin is doing his doctorate in agroforestry. A monthly grant of Rs 31,000 will be granted to them for their doctorate, in addition to Rs 20,000 as an annual provident allowance. Jatin studies the influence of fruit trees and crop components. The identification of stable varieties and a predictive model to assess the impact of climate change on apple yield and crop losses in Himachal Pradesh is Neha’s research topic.

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Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University signs memorandum of understanding with Egypt …

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(MENAFN-Mid-East.Info) Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with SMART Company for Modern Education Services, owned and operated by the International Digital University (IDU) of Egypt. The partnership was formalized following a visit by a group of IDU delegates to HBMSU to explore prospects for cooperation in the development and improvement of academic, training and joint research programs.

HE Dr Mansoor Al Awar, Chancellor of HBMSU, as well as several officials of HBMSU, received the IDU delegation led by Professor Hossam Badrawi, co-owner of Smart Modern Educational Services, and Dr Reham Mohsen, CEO of Smart Education and Executive Director of the International Digital University.

During the meeting, the heads of the two institutions reviewed and formally approved the scope of the partnership as set out in the Memorandum of Understanding. This partnership represents the first of HBMSU’s partnerships with private sector institutions outside the UAE. The terms of the MoU cover areas related to joint academic and research work and professional development programs on the latest concepts in education and the best methodologies for skills development, training and scientific research. The two sides also agreed to further cooperation in the implementation of the “Professional Diploma – Customer Service Excellence – 7 Star Criteria” program in Egypt. It will be the first program of its kind to develop the capacities of employees in governments to improve their customer service skills.

HE Dr Mansoor Al Awar expressed his appreciation for the academic cooperation formed with the IDU, which demonstrates the confidence of various educational institutions in the role of HBMSU in advancing the digital transformation of Arab universities and in the lays the foundations for intelligent learning in the Region. He added that this partnership affirms the important achievements of the university in the field of training and qualification of human resources of a generation capable of advancing sustainable development.

Dr Al Awar further noted the role of the partnership in deepening the strong fraternal relations and historic ties between the UAE and Egypt and in expanding cooperation in the field of knowledge and development. education, while opening more channels for exchanging experiences in vocational and institutional training.

Al Awar added, “Our university has set its strategic goals for the next three years, and one of its main goals is to promote the digital transformation of Arab universities. Therefore, we will continue to share our pioneering experiences to reshape the future of education and establish an integrated education system that adopts the latest digital transformation to meet current needs. We continue to strengthen the adoption of hybrid and flexible education systems, innovation in knowledge and forecasting trends as an essential foundation for the dissemination of an educational, intellectual and cultural system capable of adapting to emerging needs and to pave the way for a transformation towards a more integrated and comprehensive educational environment. We are confident that concerted efforts within academia and strengthening partnerships with vocational and skills training institutions will bring about the desired positive change in knowledge and education at regional and global levels. It will also provide Arab youth with tools that will ensure their academic and professional success in the current era of technological developments based on digital transformation and artificial intelligence.

Professor Hossam Badrawi said: “The MoU helps to realize the vision of the International Digital University and the SMART Company for modern educational services to renew and update our education methods. Using the most advanced teaching strategies and methodologies and highly experienced and internationally trained academics, we hope to keep pace with modern educational developments.

“The cooperation between HBMSU and IDU aims to advance higher education and provide learners around the world with the opportunity to study advanced modern science and arts using the latest technology and with experts in various fields,” said he added.

The International Digital University follows an approach based on providing educational programs that meet the highest international quality standards for local and international students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. IDU adopts blended learning as the primary method of study, the bulk of educational activities are delivered digitally and face-to-face participation minimal.

The partnership with IDU is the latest addition to HBMSU’s range of strategic partnerships as it continues to expand its cooperation in the Arab region. These partnerships include leading educational institutions, international organizations and major global technology organizations that aim to expand links for cooperation in education and knowledge; improve human intellectual and cultural communication; and stimulate economic and social development based on avant-garde education.

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Galgotias University faculty receives prestigious Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Teacher Excellence Award 2020

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Professor Ishrat Naaz of Galgotias University received the prestigious 2020 Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Teacher Excellence Award (Courtesy Indian Council for Technical Education, AICTE), Shikshak Kalyaan Foundation for its contribution to the national education policy 2020 by making AtmaNirbhar Bharat in the field of education.

The main guests of the four-day conclave for the celebration of National Teachers’ Day 2021 included Prof. Anil D Sahasrabudhe, President of AICTE, Prof. Najma Akhtar, Vice-Chancellor, Jamia Millia Islamia, Mr. Firoz Bakht Ahmed, chancellor, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice Chancellor, Maulana Azad National Urdu University, Prof Syed Ainul Hassan, Vice Chancellor, Maulana Abul Kalam National Urdu University Prof (Dr.) JK Saini, Vice Chancellor, Netaji Subhash University of Technology, Prof (Dr ..) K Ratnam, Member Secretary, Indian Council of Historical Research, New Delhi.

Recently, she also won the “Young Researcher Award 2020” from the Institute of Scholars (InSc), registered with the Ministry of MSME, Government of India and the “Best Women Faculty Award 2020-2021” from the Novel Research Academy of India. Ministry of MSMEs, Government of India.

Dr Naaz was one of the speakers at the four-day Laureates Conclave organized by the Shikshak Kalyaan Foundation in association with AICTE. She expressed her point of view on the importance of the role of a teacher in the independence of India. She urges, as highlighted in NEP 2020, that “teachers really shape the future of our children – and, therefore, the future of our nation”, implying that teachers play the most important role in the future. nation building by creating high quality human resources in their classrooms. Teacher education is vital to creating a pool of teachers who will shape the next generation. Thus, the preparation of teachers is very crucial to make India a self-sufficient guru and Vishwa.

She accepted the award on behalf of the entire teaching fraternity working through teachers online, offline, virtual or in the classroom – the true nation builders who work tirelessly 24/7, 365 days to make India Atmanirbhar!

She also spoke at length so that teachers had a knowledge of multiple languages, new age courses like computer thinking, coding and professional education. She insisted on how teacher educators should prepare such a workforce of teachers with all the skills and pedagogy that meet the current demands of the time.

She spoke of the main challenge that educational institutions have to overcome, for the successful implementation of PEN, is the prevailing mindset today among key stakeholders such as students and parents, that vocational education is inferior to ordinary school and college education and only suitable for those young people who are unable to cope with mainstream education.

She showed her concern that schools have failed to overcome this stigma over the past three decades for several reasons. She urges management and teachers, especially in schools and colleges, to overcome their lack of know-how in providing vocational education and to embrace the task of integration with enthusiasm and commitment.

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13 unique places to discover at the VIU | Vancouver Island University

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With over 120 programs to choose from, ranging from trade certificates and diplomas to undergraduate and graduate degrees, it’s safe to say that there are plenty of opportunities to experience a variety of places, courses and backgrounds. connections to VIU.

And whether you’re a new student looking to experience all that this place has to offer, or you’re a returning student who just needed a quick reminder of what’s on offer, there is no shortage of unique places. no, whatever happens you are looking for. While many of these locations are located on VIU’s main campus in Nanaimo, we’ve included a few facts about our other campuses and facilities as well.

The upscale restaurant

The Nanaimo area has no shortage of delicious choices when it comes to dining options and that includes the fine dining establishment here at VIU, known as The Discovery Room. VIU’s full-service learning restaurant connects students with customers in the community. Learning by doing, hospitality management and culinary arts students provide a contemporary culinary experience. The menus change weekly and are generally updated every Monday for the upcoming week’s service.

The fully equipped theater

Located in building 310, VIU’s 300-seat Malaspina Theater serves as an educational theater for budding artists and hosts a variety of events throughout the year, most of which are hosted by students and faculty. Past performances have included plays and theatrical productions, film screenings, poetry readings, burlesque shows, orchestral ensembles and musicals.

Koi pond

Located in Tamagawa Gardens (next to Building 340), Koi Pond is a favorite spot for those looking for an oasis of calm and peace on campus. Around the pond, the traditional Japanese garden is home to a wide variety of trees, shrubs and flowers. Designed by Japanese garden specialist Roy Tanaka, the gardens were donated by Tamagawa University in Tokyo and were inaugurated in 1979. The pond koi were donated by CUPE Local 1858, Mr. and Ms. RH Sage and Joel Southward.

Art gallery

Adjacent to the Visual Arts Building is the View Gallery, designed and run by professors from the Department of Art and Design. The gallery organizes contemporary art exhibitions by international, national and student artists for the university and the local community. The gallery also serves as the annual student exhibition venue and is an important part of the visual arts curriculum and the student experience of campus life.

Shq’apthut – VIU Indigenous Gathering Site

A home away from home for First Nations, Status, Non-Status, Métis and Inuit students, Shq”apthut – VIU’s Indigenous Gathering Place on the Nanaimo Campus is home to Indigenous Student Services (SAS). All members of the campus community are welcome at Shq’apthut, and Alumni in Residence are available five days a week to help you with questions that arise at every stage of your student experience. Shq’apthut is also a place where cultural, academic, recreational and social activities are promoted and celebrated. There are many parties, success workshops and other community events that all students are encouraged to[participatethroughouttheyear[participateinthroughouttheyear[participertoutaulongdel’année[participateinthroughouttheyear

Dental clinic

Need to have a dentist appointment, but you don’t know where to go? Why not check out the cost effective VIU campus dental clinic? All treatments are provided by dental students supervised by licensed professors and dentists. To become a client, call the clinic at 250-740-6240.

The automotive shop

Is your vehicle making a funny noise? Are you finding it increasingly difficult to walk up Fifth Street all at once? Why not take your vehicle to the campus auto shop and let the automotive students take a look? All work is inspected by an instructor, and any safety related work (such as brakes, steering, etc.) is road tested by the student or students who have worked on the vehicle and an instructor or a workshop technician.

Hair salon

The Hairdressing Program at Vancouver Island University’s Nanaimo Campus operates a salon as part of the program. The salon is open Monday through Thursday for hairstyling services and the purchase of hair products. From time to time, the show will offer promotions on the products they offer. VIU employees and the general public are always welcome to visit the salon during opening hours to purchase salon products or to make an appointment for services.

The wooded area

Take a little trip “on the island?” Why not stop at the 70-acre wooded estate known as Milner Gardens? The estate is just a 40-minute drive from the Nanaimo Campus in the town of Qualicum Beach. The property was purchased by Ray Milner in 1937, who began establishing the garden with his first wife until his death in 1952. Work continued on the garden after Ray married his second wife Veronica in 1954. The estate was acquired by VIU in 1996. In May of the same year, the garden was officially consecrated as “Milner’s Gardens”, in homage to Ray and Veronica. VIU’s goal is to maintain the garden in perpetuity for educational purposes, as well as for the benefit of the community.

The beauty salon

Located in Parksville, the VIU Spa Institute is an educational school that offers esthetic and manicure services. All services are performed by students in training under the supervision of certified instructors in aesthetics and nail technology, using only professional products. VIU employees, friends and family and the general public are always welcome to the salon during opening hours to make appointments for services. Gift certificates are available.

The LEED® certified campus

Located about a half hour drive south of the VIU Nanaimo campus is the VIU Cowichan campus in the town of Duncan. Designed to LEED Gold standards, the comprehensive educational institution offers a wide range of academic, applied, vocational, technical, vocational and development programs. During the day, 90% of the building’s lighting is provided by natural daylight, and over 90% of the building’s roof is also a green roof. Green roofs are engineered systems that incorporate vegetation on top of traditional roofs.

The marine research station

Located in Bowser, British Columbia, on the shores of the Baynes Strait, the Deep Bay Marine Research Station is a key research facility for the University of Vancouver Island. The station conducts applied research for the shellfish industry and educates the public about this important part of the BC economy. It also has flexible wet and dry laboratory spaces with access to standard analytical systems and equipment, salt water flowing directly from Baynes Strait, collected to a depth of 40 or 80 feet at dead tide, on 11 ha. marine research shellfish farm comprising both intertidal and deepwater leases, and two marine research vessels and equipment.

The former primary school turned university campus

In 1974, VIU – then Malaspina College – took over responsibility for continuing education courses that were offered by the Powell River School District. At first, classes, which were offered only in the evening, were held in a small white storefront on Marine Avenue in the city center. When the college received funds to run adult basic education day classes, a new campus opened in the centennial building next to the city museum. The new building featured offices and three classrooms, although classes were also held at local elementary schools and hotels. In 1983, the campus finally moved to a space that could accommodate the growing number of students and staff – the former Gordon Park Elementary School. The school was leased to the district and originally had 14 classrooms. Five years later, an indoor play area was converted into more classrooms and a new entrance, with a staff room, meeting room and main office was added. In 2004, the campus was purchased from the school district and air conditioning, new flooring and new lighting were installed.

VIU experience

Looking to learn and discover even more about Vancouver Island University on your own? Don’t miss the Experience VIU live virtual event, which takes place on Saturday, October 2. Anyone interested in post-secondary education can attend, from high school students and their parents to those who have been out of school for a while and are ready. to explore their options. While things are still a little different this year, you can still find the information you need to help you choose a program, explore the many services and supports available to you as a student, and get answers. to your questions.

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Faribault public school board votes to follow CDC mask guidelines

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In a 5-2 vote tonight, the Faribault Public School Board voted to require masks in schools when transmission rates are above certain levels in accordance with CDC guidelines for schools.

Almost a month ago, the school board adopted COVID-19 protocols that strongly encouraged but did not require masks.

Several people have spoken in favor of the mask requirement and several people have spoken against before the board votes.

It was almost half an hour after the meeting started before the school board meeting began as some members of the public refused to wear a mask.

The school board took two breaks to ask people to mask themselves in the district building in accordance with their COVID-19 protocols.

Eventually, people complied.

The school board also voted to rescind the district incident command committee from establishing COVID protocols at the committee’s request. Superintendent Todd Sesker told the board the 35-person committee hopes to stay in place as an advisory committee.

The ultimate protocols must be implemented by the school board.

Board chair Chad Wolff read the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation for schools adopted by the board’s action.

The recommendations were included in the school board kit and are as follows:

Face cover:

For Kindergarten to Grade 12 students, staff, visitors, and volunteers, the CDC Transmission Matrix will be used to determine when masks are highly recommended or required based on the county’s seven-day case rate. Rice per 100,000 inhabitants.

  • Masks will be STRONGLY RECOMMENDED indoors for anyone 5 years of age and older if transmission of COVID-19 in Rice County is “low” (0-9 cases per 100,000 population) or “moderate” (10 -49 cases per 100,000).
  • Masks will be MANDATORY indoors for anyone aged 5 and over, regardless of vaccination status, if transmission is “substantial” (50-99 cases per 100,000) or “high” (greater than or equal to 100 cases per 100,000).

Changes from recommended to required (or vice versa) will be made after case rates remain at the upper (or lower) level for at least seven consecutive days.

Level of transmission Low Moderate Substantial High
Case for 100,000 Spread Spread Spread Spread
0-9.99 10-49.99 50-99.99 ≥100

Table adapted from Center for Disease Control and Prevention

School buses

Wearing a face cover is MANDATORY by all staff and students traveling in school buses and other vehicles as part of educational programs (e.g. other activities, high school athletics, etc.) in accordance with the decree. Federal CDC.

The following face coverings are acceptable:

  • Paper or disposable mask;
  • Face mask made of fabric;
  • Scarf;
  • Neck warmer;
  • Bandana;
  • Religious face cover, and
  • Medical grade masks and respirators.

Council members Richard Olson and Casie Steeves cast the dissenting voices. Olson said he didn’t trust the CDC or the Minnesota Department of Health because they have been “all over” on the matter.

Steeves said trust was not an issue with her, but she felt the best thing for her family was to let them make the decision.

Wolff said ahead of the vote that it was a very difficult decision, but he would vote for the CDC’s recommendations so that students can be as safe as possible and stay in school.

Board member Jerry Robicheau introduced the motion and John Bellingham supported the implementation of the CDC schools recommendations.

Robicheau echoed Wolff in stating that if it saves “a life,” it’s worth it.

Faribault Public School Board at a special meeting. Photo by Gordy Kosfeld

Man, I feel old when I see this but it’s interesting.

LOOK: Things from the year you were born that no longer exist

Iconic (and sometimes silly) toys, technologies and electronics have been usurped since their official entry, either through technological advancements or through breakthroughs in common sense. See how many things on this list trigger childhood memories – and those that were there and gone so quickly you missed them completely.

It is the opening of the eyes.

Discover 20 Ways America Has Changed Since September 11

For those of us who lived through September 11, the events of the day will forever be etched in our minds, a terrible tragedy that we cannot forget and that we do not want to forget. Now, two decades later, Stacker looks back on the events of September 11 and many ways the world has changed since then. Using information from news reports, government sources, and research centers, this is a list of 20 aspects of American life that have been forever changed by the events of that day. From language and air travel to our handling of immigration and foreign policy, read on to see how life in the United States was affected by 9/11.
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Debate in Hindi at the Army Public School in Jalandhar Cantt: La Tribune Inde

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Jalandhar: The Western Command Joint Public Schools held a Hindi debate at the Army Public School, Jalandhar Cantt, under the direction of Principal Dr Saksham Singh. Brig. KS Batra, President of the Army Public School, Jalandhar Cantt, honored the occasion. The top five teams from schools of different Western Command formations entered the competition. The subject of the debate was “Swatantrata Prapti Ke Upraant Bharat Nirdharit Lakshayon Ko Paane Mein Safal Raha”. The winners’ trophy was presented by APS, Jalandhar Cantt, who will now represent Western Command in the nationwide debate competition to be held on October 4 at APS, Delhi Cantt. APS’s Shreya Singh was named best speaker for motion, while Kritika from the same school won the award for best speaker against motion. Soumya Singh of APS established himself as the best interjector.

Faculty Development Program

The Department of Industrial Engineering and Production, Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar (NITJ), launched an online faculty development program sponsored by the AICTE-ATAL Academy (eFDP) over five days on the “Additive manufacturing: programming, operation and applications”. Professor Lalit Kumar Awasthi, Director of NITJ, opened the event via the Google dating platform. This online FDP has been designed to impart knowledge and skills related to additive manufacturing technologies, material and equipment selection and to develop a product using the concept of additive manufacturing. Professor Awasthi focused on the role and applications of these latest technologies in the development of the nation. Various exceptional researchers have agreed to be the speakers for the different technical sessions.

Educational challenges webinar

The Department of Education at Doaba College hosted a webinar on “Education Challenges”. Dr Deepa Kauts, Professor and Head of Education Department, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, was the contact person. Dr Kauts emphasized the importance of the Guru in the life of an individual. There used to be an emotional bond between teachers and teachers, which is becoming somewhat loose nowadays. She insisted on the emancipatory role of the teacher who emancipates his students from ignorance, poverty, social taboos and leads to his social and economic mobility.

Puzzle game activity at DIPS

To keep children away from the TV screen and cell phones, DIPS School UE-1 organized a puzzle-solving game activity. The teachers designed a puzzle game on paper and asked the students to solve it. In this activity, students used colors to make it colorful and also solved it. Students solved puzzles related to English and math. Teachers told parents and students that by solving puzzles, IQ level and motor skills are developed. Principal Neelu Bawa remarked that puzzle solving is always a fun activity and students find it exciting. Students learn concepts best in a fun method. Students begin to think logically through puzzles.

55 Apeejay students get jobs

No less than 55 reputable companies have recruited students from the technical campus of the Apeejay Institute of Management and Engineering. The highest compensation package of Rs12 lakh was offered to MBA students and an average package offered was Rs4.5 lakh. Some of the top companies that visited the campus were HDFC Bank, Jaro Education, BYJU’s, ITC, Berger Paints, Trident, ICICI Bank, ICICI Prudential, Tommy Hilifiger, Aditya Berlia Retail, IDBI First Bank, JK Tires, ICICI Securities, Axis Bank, Exide Industry Ltd. and SBI Life Insurance among many others.

Automatic CAD Technologies Webinar

The Department of Civil Engineering celebrated the first “Industry Day” of the semester. To mark the occasion, a webinar was held to educate staff and students about automotive CAD technologies and their importance in the construction industry. The webinar was moderated by Parminder Singh, Head of Center, CAD Center, Jalandhar. He has over 18 years of field experience and expertise in automatic CAD. He explained the practical application with examples from the field. Dr Rajeev Bhatia, head of the civil engineering department, informed the students about the importance of these software tools in making construction work more precise and efficient.

Best school award

Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar, won the Best Academic Award – 2021 by the Federation of Private Schools and Associations of Punjab. These awards were organized to recognize the contribution of private schools in the Punjab for the transmission of quality education. No less than 571 schools and 130 school principals in the state were honored. The awards have been organized in various categories such as the best infrastructure, the best digital school, the best academic, the best dynamic director and many more. The function was chaired by Bandaru Dattatreya, governor of Haryana.

Honor to deserving students

In an effort to recognize and commend the hard work of its students, the PCM SD College for Women Management Committee honored deserving office holders and other academics. Deserving students from various fields like BA Honors in Hindi and Sanskrit, BSc Computer Science, BA / BEd, B.Sc Fashion Design, BVoc Fashion Designing, MSc Fashion Designing, BCom and MCom have been honored for their university and other positions. deserving. There were about fifteen gold medalists. TNS

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VYPE DFW Public School Wide Receiver of the Year Fan Poll Winner: Rockwall-Heath Jay Fair

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McCabe spent eight years as a varsity baseball coach at the University of Kansas, but the life of still being on the road as a newlywed wanting to start a family wasn’t exactly what it was for. was waiting. “Coach at D1 level, my main responsibility was to recruit so I was on the road all the time. In my last year of training, I spent over 100 nights in a hotel room. I thought it wasn’t for me. I wanted to be more present and available to my family, so I made the difficult decision to leave coaching for an administrative role. ”In doing so, McCabe landed at Parish Episcopal where he enjoyed watching each program grow and develop into. something big.

What awaits us for 2021-22?

With the 2020-21 season being at an unprecedented time, a lot has changed. Schools had to adapt their daily routines, which meant that everyone else did too: students, teachers, sports departments, coaches and even sports directors. “We’re just hoping to get back to some sense of normalcy,” McCabe said. “I would say last year I was very happy that we were able to complete all of our seasons. Now it was under a lot of restrictions and protocols that we had to follow, but we were able to get through and I was happy about it for our kids. “

With such an out-of-normal experience, it’s easy to look forward to the season ahead. full capacity for outdoor events – for indoor events. Getting back to that environment that we all love to see in athletics. In the end, I’m just delighted to see our athleticism compete again. ”

Aims and strengths of parish athletics

While winning the most matches and championships is important to many people who play sports or work in sports, McCabe says it’s a little different in Parish. “I know hanging banners and winning championships is good – and that will always be our ultimate goal – but honestly, it’s more about the children’s experience. We want to have a positive experience for our children. Which means that we all want them to have an opportunity. “

For McCabe, what’s important is to remember that not every athlete who crosses his path wants to continue working in the sport. In fact, if you talk to many athletes or ask them what they want to specialize in in college, a lot of them have a story about someone in their life who has impacted them so much that they want to make a difference. similar career – many say sports medicine, dentistry, business, and more. “Not all of our athletes aspire to be professionals or play in college,” added McCabe. “Some just like to be with their friends and peers. Some just like to compete. We’re a small school, so we’re not cutting kids and things of that nature, so we want to give them an opportunity.”

Recognizing that some students aspire to play in college and hopefully a professional career, McCabe added that another of Parish Athletics’ key goals is to give their athletes the best chance to do so by providing them with everything they could need to be successful on and off the court or the court. “We try to bring together the best coaching staff possible, provide the best equipment and facilities, and we try to provide the best possible environment for them to thrive.”

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To be a department that continues to provide great experiences for its students, it takes a lot of hard work and determination on the part of everyone involved. There is no doubt that McCabe continues to go above and beyond for parish athletics as well as for any students who cross his path – because of that you can see the highlights as soon as you walk through the gym doors or the doors. the fields. For McCabe, the strengths of parish athletics can be summed up in one word: “Resilience.”

“We are one of the smaller TAPPS 6A schools and we compete in this division, so our children had a choice to make: we could either make every excuse to be a smaller school with fewer children playing against bigger schools that beat on us OR we can figure out how to get harder in terms of skills, in the weight room, mentally and all around figuring out how to do it. “

That his athletes continued to show the resilience to play against bigger schools is something McCabe could be very proud of. “Since switching to 6A, all of our teams have been competitive in all areas. I’m most proud of it. “

Best memories and benefits of work

“Personally, having the opportunity to be the athletic director and support 22 programs is the best,” McCabe told VYPE. “First and foremost, I will always be just grateful for this opportunity.” Working for a sports program like Parish where all the athletes show up every day with the determination to succeed can bring back many great memories. McCabe can share some of his favorite memories between athletic achievements and professional achievements. “Professionally: Seeing as much success as I’ve been able to see with all of our programs; it doesn’t just mean wins and losses. I feel like we’ve grown stronger in my nine years. I think that we hired better coaches and improved our facilities. Honestly, we approved in all areas. “

“Of course there are teams that have done special things over the years,” McCabe said as he entered the sporting event aspect of his favorite memories, “but I don’t think he is. just identify one or the other because I think collectively they all did a great job. Everyone got better. “

With so many fond memories, it’s not hard to see the benefits of coming to work every day. “First, I love sports, so I can come to work every day and do something I love. Second, I help kids do something they love and have a passion for. that there are a lot of administrative tasks that I do throughout the day, I can also attend all their training and games. I can watch them succeed. I become a big fan. It is a lot of fun because honestly , I don’t feel like coming to work; I feel like coming to play every day. “

Learn from students

When you work in education, whether as a teacher or working to improve the lives of athletes in a school, one of your main jobs is to help teach students. Teaching them doesn’t necessarily mean talking about basic subjects like math, science, history, etc., but it can also be about life. At the end of the day, you realize that as much as you have taught the students, they are teaching you too. This turned out to be true for McCabe.

“I’m going to talk about it like since the pandemic hit because seeing everything through their eyes is different,” McCabe began. “As an administrator, we need to put protocols in place and do whatever we can to keep everyone safe while continuing to move an event or game forward. However, it’s interesting to watch the kids navigate through this because they’re still just kids and they’re going to do what we tell them. They probably don’t like wearing masks, but they do anyway. What’s interesting is the fact that they’re still kids at the heart of everything: they ‘they keep talking, they keep playing, they joke and they still do whatever they normally would – they just do it within the parameters that we gave them. “

With the ability to keep having fun even despite what will surely go down in history as one of the toughest seasons, athletes across the country have had a lot to teach the adults around them. “What I learned is that maybe I highlighted the pandemic on its impact on me, my family and the sports department, it’s refreshing to see the kids behaving as normally as they are. can act. It’s a reminder that at the end of the day, you have to do what you have to do to keep moving forward. “

The Episcopal Parish School as well as the sports department will continue to move forward this year as well as many years to come thanks to the resilience of their students, but also thanks to strong people in leadership like Brett McCabe.

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Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University signs MoU with Egyptian company SMART

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  • Mansoor Al Awar: We will continue to unify our efforts to promote the digital transformation of Arab universities, as well as to enable the academic, research, social and business sectors to keep pace with the rapid technological developments occurring across the world. .
  • The partnership is an important step towards deepening brotherly relations and historic ties between the UAE and Egypt and expanding cooperation in the fields of knowledge and education.

Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with SMART Company for Modern Educational Services, owned and operated by the International Digital University (IDU) of Egypt. The partnership was formalized following a visit by a group of IDU delegates to HBMSU to explore prospects for cooperation in the development and improvement of academic, training and joint research programs.

HE Dr Mansoor Al Awar, Chancellor of HBMSU, as well as several officials of HBMSU, received the IDU delegation led by Professor Hossam Badrawi, co-owner of Smart Modern Educational Services, and Dr Reham Mohsen, CEO of Smart Education and Executive Director of the International Digital University.

During the meeting, the heads of the two institutions reviewed and formally approved the scope of the partnership as set out in the Memorandum of Understanding. This partnership represents the first of HBMSU’s partnerships with private sector institutions outside the UAE. The terms of the MoU cover areas related to joint academic and research work and professional development programs on the latest concepts in education and the best methodologies for skills development, training and scientific research. The two sides also agreed to further cooperation in the implementation of the “Professional Diploma – Customer Service Excellence – 7 Star Criteria” program in Egypt. It will be the first program of its kind to develop the capacities of employees in governments to improve their customer service skills.

HE Dr Mansoor Al Awar expressed his appreciation for the academic cooperation formed with the IDU, which demonstrates the confidence of various educational institutions in the role of HBMSU in advancing the digital transformation of Arab universities and in the lays the foundations for intelligent learning in the Region. He added that this partnership affirms the important achievements of the university in the field of training and qualification of human resources of a generation capable of advancing sustainable development.

Dr Al Awar further noted the role of the partnership in deepening the strong fraternal relations and historic ties between the UAE and Egypt and in expanding cooperation in the field of knowledge and development. education, while opening more channels for exchanging experiences in vocational and institutional training.

Al Awar added, “Our university has set its strategic goals for the next three years, and one of its main goals is to promote the digital transformation of Arab universities. Therefore, we will continue to share our pioneering experiences to reshape the future of education and establish an integrated education system that adopts the latest digital transformation to meet current needs. We continue to strengthen the adoption of hybrid and flexible education systems, innovation in knowledge and forecasting trends as an essential foundation for the dissemination of an educational, intellectual and cultural system capable of adapting to emerging needs and to pave the way for a transformation towards a more integrated and comprehensive educational environment. We are confident that concerted efforts within academia and strengthening partnerships with vocational and skills training institutions will bring about the desired positive change in knowledge and education at regional and global levels. It will also provide Arab youth with tools that will ensure their academic and professional success in the current era of technological developments based on digital transformation and artificial intelligence.

Professor Hossam Badrawi said: “The MoU helps to realize the vision of the International Digital University and the SMART Company for modern educational services to renew and update our education methods. Using the most advanced and highly experienced and internationally educated teaching strategies and methodologies, we hope to keep pace with modern educational developments.

“The cooperation between HBMSU and IDU aims to advance higher education and provide learners around the world with the opportunity to study advanced modern science and arts using the latest technology and with experts in various fields,” said he added.

The International Digital University follows an approach based on providing educational programs that meet the highest international quality standards for local and international students at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. IDU adopts blended learning as the primary method of study, the bulk of educational activities are delivered digitally and face-to-face participation minimal.

The partnership with IDU is the latest addition to HBMSU’s range of strategic partnerships as it continues to expand its cooperation in the Arab region. These partnerships include leading educational institutions, international organizations and major global technology organizations that aim to expand links for cooperation in education and knowledge; improve human intellectual and cultural communication; and stimulate economic and social development based on avant-garde education.

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