SKILLING AND RE-SKILLING IN HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH COMMUNICATIVE LANGUAGE TEACHING DUE EMPHASIS ON By  Sanjayan T.S. and Prof. Dr. A. Sudharma

Abstract Indian Tertiary Education System provides an apt platform for learning assessment modalities which directly asses the unidirectional progression of students. The Additional Skill Acquisition Programme of Kerala Government gives galore of educational benefits including language development, greater autonomy and Read More …

A STUDY ON RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ACHIEVEMENT IN CHEMISTRY AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS MULTIMEDIA AT SECONDAR By  V. Sudharsan and Dr. P.N.Lakshmi Shanmugam

Abstract The present investigation was intended to study the relative effectiveness on achievement in chemistry at Secondary level through multimedia Teaching. Pre-test Post-test Equivalent Group design was used. The sample consisted of 70 students from Standard IX, Z.K.M. Higher Secondary Read More …

A STUDY ON COLLABORATIVE LEARNING: AN ESSENTIAL PARTNERSHIP SKILL FOR STUDENTS IN THE 21ST CENTURY A By  Priyamol T.K.

Abstract Collaboration is a viewpoint of incorporation where individuals are liable for their activities, including knowledge and respect the capabilities and influences of their peers. In collaborative learning, more accountability is shared among the learners. In a frequently varying environment, Read More …

ENHANCING BASIC MATHEMATICAL SKILLS THROUGH TOUCHMATH MULTI-SENSORY PROGRAMME By  Kirandeep Kaur Taneja and Anurag Sankhian

Abstract Learning is the basis for the foundation of the bright future. Mathematics has always been an important part of education. Not only mathematics serves as a valuable subject of student life, but also serves as a problem solver in Read More …

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF ACADEMIC AUTONOMY AMONG THE GOVERNMENT AND NON-GOVERNMEN By  Sushanta Kumar Deo

Abstract This study investigated the effectiveness of academic autonomy among the government and non-government autonomous colleges of Orissa. The sample were selected by following the purposive random sampling method, where 322 teachers (N=322, Male: 172 and female: 150) were selected Read More …