DESIGNING A BRIDGE COURSE IN ENGLISH FOR YEMENI SCHOOL GRADUATES By Jameel Ahmed Elayah

Abstract This paper delineates a step-by-step procedure for designing an English course for Yemeni school graduates to improve their English language skills before joining university. A significant problem is that most students graduate from schools with weak background in English. Read More …

MATHEMATICAL DIFFICULTIES FACED BY DEAF/HARD OF HEARING CHILDREN By Nair Prithi Govindan and Dr. Ramaa S

Abstract Learning and teaching mathematics have become a matter of the highest importance for learner and facilitators. Learning mathematics is not an easy task. Difficulties in mathematics prevent the children from enjoying the world of numbers. This difficulty is experienced Read More …

INCLUSIVE EDUCATION: THE ROAD TO EDUCATION FOR ALL By Ismail Thamarasseri

Abstract All are born equal with some limitations and with the help of inclusion be able to actively participate as equal citizens in all aspects of society and community life. Inclusive Education denotes that all children irrespective of their strengths Read More …

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PSYCHOMOTOR ABILITIES OF INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM GAME PLAYERS IN RELATION TO LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION By Dr. Sanjiv Dutta

Abstract The study was focused on Psychomotor abilities of players who have individual games and who have team games. The school and university level players were taken separately. A sample of 487 was taken for the present study. The psychomotor Read More …

LIFE STYLE AMONG SIDDHIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GUDANDUR IN YELLAPUR TALUKA OF UTTARA KANNADA DISTRICT, KARNATAKA By Dr.Narayan D. Arundhekar

  Abstract The vast population of the sub-continent of India is composed of different ethnic groups with diverse cultures and languages. But in spite of this diversity of cultures and languages the people of India through the vicissitudes of history Read More …

EFFECT OF CONTINUOUS INTERNAL EVALUATION (CIE) IN CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM (CBCS) ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT By Abhishek Kumar Prajapati

Abstract Several academicians and new law maker thinks the need of change of the existing examination pattern in higher  education, advocated introduction of the globally accepted Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). Choice Based Credit Systems cafeteria like system in which Read More …