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Many good news from Indian Census 2011 data but few things ignored

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 March 2012 08:19

The decadal census of India has released its data for the 2001-2011 decades data. These data show improvement in many area but it also seems that Indians ignore spending on the sanitation sector instead prefer to spend on TVs and mobiles.

Positive developments:

The communication vehicle – mobile has been adopted in rural areas in a big way from 3.8 percent to a striking 58.3 percent level which means people have adopted telephonic and mobile communication in a big way.

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The Future of Education - Hi-Fi classrooms

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Written by Admin Wednesday, 29 June 2011 15:11

It seems that Digital age of education and learning is approaching which will include interactive whiteboards, dedicated LAN option, video conferencing etc. even the teacher may be replaced by a properly functioning robot. It will be difficult to come up with the fix year by which all this happen but it will happen definitely.

As now a day, some of the HI-FI organisations are using laptops or PCs effectively for making learning and training more easy and effective. Even the students are free to choose the form in which they want to give their presentations.

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Education and learning through social gaming

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Written by Admin Wednesday, 29 June 2011 15:11

From long time, educators have been trying to find better ways to prepare students for the real world. An outdated school system can unwittingly sabotage economic and social growth of any country. Major educational organizations feel the dire need of sweeping reform in the education system. The foremost hurdle in adopting skills-based teaching practices is the lack of an easily implementable curriculum.

Learning in the 1980s, set in a classroom, in the presence of a teacher, is largely dependent on one-way monologue. Then many games like coloring pages, drawing, solving puzzles, lotto games etc become part of learning mainly in pre-nursery schools.

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