EMPOWERING TEACHER EDUCATION IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM THROUGH ICT INFUSION INTO TEACHER EDUCATION SYSTEM: INNOVATIVE PEDAGOGICAL APPROACHES, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan[1]

  Abstract                The 21st century has clearly shown that information technology provides unforeseen opportunities that enable multifaceted growth and development. Social, economical and technological advances in the last few decades have made teacher education and training more crucial and Read More …

AWARENESS OF THE SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS ABOUT THE VARIOUS FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR THE DISABLED CHILDREN By  Mahammad Ali Sunkesula[1]

Abstract Persons with disabilities are entitled to exercise their civil, political, social, economic and cultural rights on an equal basis with others. People may be disabled by physical, intellectual or sensory impairment, medical conditions or mental illness. Such impairments, conditions Read More …

IS BUSINESS ETHICS AN UNWANTED PRACTICE?  AN EXCAVATION AMONG THE BUDDING ENTREPRENEURS OF THE VOCATIONAL HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS By Preethy B. Menon[1] and Dr.K.P. Meera[2]

Abstract Businesses, the engine for economic development, have a great power and influence on the evolution and well being of society. Malpractices by businessmen like food adulteration, black-marketing, artificial price hiking, cheating in weights and measures, selling of duplicate and Read More …

effectiveness of teacher monitored peer group interaction on achievement in mathematics By Dr. Malini P.M.[1]

INTRODUCTION People view mathematics as a dry and tough subject.  Mathematics is a subject based upon logical reasoning involving challenging problematic situations leading to discovery.  Teaching mathematics mechanically through rote memorization of concept, principles and theorems without giving attention to Read More …