Friday, December 1, 2017

Top 10 Social Work course providers in 2017

It is absolutely unquestionable that the world badly needs people who can go out of their ways to serve humanity. Not just because of the wars but because of the inequality prevailing in the society, there is a need of people who can assist them and guide them, we call them social workers. A social worker is expected not just to sympathize but also empathize with the needy.

In an advanced social work curriculum that is imparted in the institutions, students must be taught welfare policies, human behavior and ethics. It must also impart a hands-on experience in clinical settings.


Here is a list of Top Social Work Colleges in India that help students develop the best of their skills:

ame of the Institute
City
Rank
TISS (Tata Institute of Social Sciences)
Mumbai
1
Department of Social Work, Delhi University
Delhi
2
College of Social Work, Nirmala Niketan
Mumbai
3
Xavier Institute of Labour Relations
Mumbai
4
Madras School of Social Work
Madras
5
Institute of Rural Management (IRMA)
Anand
6
Department of Social Work, Christ University
Bangalore
7
Department of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia
Delhi
8
Department of Sociology, Mumbai Uniersity
Mumbai
9
School of Social Work, Mangalore University
Mangalore
10

India poised for a major place in higher education: UGC chairman

CUTTACK: India is poised for a major place in higher education in the coming days as better funding and better realisation of quality education are in the offing in the country now, UGCchairman Prof Virander Singh Chauhan, said here today.

He was delivering the convocation address of the ninth annual convocation of Ravenshaw University here.

Calling upon the students to grab the opportunity as privileged sections of society, the UGC chairman said higher education is in a transitional period now with the invasion of technology in education.


IGNOU Online Admissions 2018 Begin at ignou.ac.in; Apply Today

IGNOU Online Admissions 2018 for Open Distance Learning have been announced by the Indra Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi on its official website - ignou.ac.in.

Candidates interested in pursuing Bachelors, Masters, Certificate, Diploma and Post Graduate Diploma programmes can follow the instructions below and apply online:

How to apply for IGNOU ODL Online Admissions 2018?

Step 1 – Visit the official website - www.ignou.ac.in
Step2 – Click on IGNOU Announces Admission for January-2018 session
Step 3 – Click on ‘Apply Online’
Step 4 – Enter asked details and submit
Step 5 – Insert your scanned original and copy of the required documents
Step 6 – Make the fee payment either by debit/credit card or net banking
Step 7 – Download applied form and receipt and take a print out for further reference
Direct Link - https://onlineadmission.ignou.ac.in/admission/

Documents Required for IGNOU ODL Online Admissions 2018
Candidates are required to furnish the following documents to ensure successful registration for the January 2018 session under IGNOU Open Distance Learning programmes.

1. Scanned original photograph,
2. Scanned original signature
3. Scanned copy of age proof
4. Scanned copy of experience certificate
5. Scanned copy of education certificate
6. Scanned copy of category certificate (including BPL)

IGNOU B.Sc Nursing Entrance Exam Result 2017 Declared, Fee Revised from Jan 2018 Session

IGNOU BSCN B.Sc Nursing Entrance Exam 2017 Result has been released by the Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) on its official website - ignou.ac.in. 

The IGNOU BSCN entrance exam was conducted on 24th September 2017, this year. The entrance exam was organized at 122 examination centres across the country where approximately 28108 candidates had participated, seeking admission to the B.Sc Nursing Undergraduate programmes with IGNOU. 

Monday, October 23, 2017

Last date extended for Examination form of Term End Examination

The last date for accepting the Examination Form for December 2017 Term End Examination is extended till 31st October, 2017 without late fees

Sunday, October 22, 2017

PM Modi's Rs 10,000 crore plan for Indian universities: 10 points

1. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said the Centre has decided to give autonomy and Rs 10,000 crore to 20 leading universities in the country over the next five years to make them world-class.



2. Speaking at a function to celebrate 100 years of establishment of Patna University, PM Modi said it was a "blot" that Indian educational institutions do not figure among the top 500 of the world, when in the past, the Nalanda and Takshashila universities attracted students from all over the world.



3. The government has come up with a scheme to make ten private and ten public universities world-class by providing them autonomy from the constraints of government rules and freedom to grow, the Prime Minister announced. These universities will not be chosen on the basis of "recommendation", he added.



4. Elaborating on the selection criteria for this scheme, PM Modi said, "The universities will be a selected on the basis of a challenge in which they will be required to prove their mettle. The selection will be based on factors such as history, performance and its roadmap reach global benchmarks. A third party professional agency will be involved in the selection process."



5. Observing that reforms in the country's education sector have progressed at a slow speed, the Prime Minister urged universities to move from conventional teaching to innovative learning and said there was need for students to "un-learn, de-learn and re-learn".



6. Later in the day, PM Modi also laid foundation stones for four sewerage projects under the Namami Gange Programme and four national highway projects in Mokama area of Patna district.



7. After laying the foundation stones for these projects, PM Modi said the state was getting gifts worth Rs 3,700 crore coinciding with festivals of Diwali and Chhath.



8. The four sewerage projects for which the foundation stones were laid are Sewage Treatment Plant at Beur, Sewerage System with Sewer Network at Beur, Sewage Treatment Plant at Karmalichak, and Sewage Treatment Plant and Sewer Network at Saidpur -- all in state capital Patna.



9. PM Modi also said that River Ganga was inextricably linked to the lives of people. The projects related to Namami Gange will help preserve the river, he said. Protecting the Ganga is a step towards saving the future generations, he added.



10. The Prime Minister said cleanliness of the Ganga will also lead to awareness about the need to preserve other rivers, which will save the country from water crisis.


PM Modi's Rs.10,000 crore plan for Indian universities

Monday, October 16, 2017

Schedule for CAFE/DAFE July 2017 Session

Indira Gandhi National Open University

Special Study Centre–0742 D

Al-Ameen Education and Welfare Trust, Nizamuddin, New Delhi.

Schedule of theory classes for CAFÉ/DAFE Programme (July to December 2017)

S.N.
Day & Date
Time
Bock to be covered
1.
Saturday 21.10.2017
3.00-5.00 PM
BFE-101 (Block 1 to 3)
2.
Saturday 21.10.2017
5.00-7.00 PM
BFEE-101 (Block 1 to 3)
3.
Saturday 28.10.2017
3.00-5.00 PM
BFE-102 (Block 1 to 3)
4.
Saturday 28.10.2017
5.00-7.00 PM
BFEE-102 (Block 1)
5.
Saturday 4.11.2017
3.00-5.00 PM
BFEE-102 (Block 2 to 3)
6.
Saturday 4.11.2017
5.00-7.00 PM
BFEE-103 (Block 1)
7.
Saturday 11.11.2017
3.00-5.00 PM
BFEE-103 (Block 2 to 3)
8.
Saturday 11.11.2017
5.00-7.00 PM
BFEE-104 (Block 1 to 3)












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Schedule for ACISE - jULY 2017

Indira Gandhi National Open University

Special Study Centre–0742 D


Al-Ameen Education and Welfare Trust, Nizamuddin, New Delhi.
Schedule of Theory Classes for ACISE (July to December 2017)

                Course Code: OSEI  (Theory & Practical )        Batch : T1     
S.N.
Day & Date
Time
1.
Saturday 21.10.2017
3.00-5.00 PM
2.
Saturday 21.10.2017
5.00-7.00 PM
3.
Saturday 28.11.2017
3.00-5.00 PM
4.
Saturday 28.11.2017
5.00-7.00 PM
5.
Saturday 4.11.2017
3.00-5.00 PM
6.
Saturday4.11.2017
5.00-7.00 PM
7.
Saturday 11.11.2017
3.00-5.00 PM
8.
Saturday11.11.2017
5.00-7.00 PM
                          










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Schedule for Foundation Courses of BA/B.Com (BDP) - July 2017 Session

Indira Gandhi National Open University

Special Study Centre–0742 D

Al-Ameen Education and Welfare Trust, Nizamuddin, New Delhi.

Schedule of theory classes for BDP/B.COM. Programme (July to December 2017)

  Course Code: BSHF-101 (Theory)                                   

S.N.
Day & Date
Timing
Block/Unit to be covered
1.
Sunday 22.10.2017
9.00-11.00 AM
Block 1 (All Unit)
2.
Sunday 22.10.2017
11.00-1.00 PM
Block 2 (All Unit)
3.
Sunday 29.10.2017
9.00-11.00 AM
Block 3 (All Unit)
4.
Sunday 29.10.2017
11.00-1.00 PM
Block 4 (All Unit)
5.
Sunday 05.11.2017
9.00-11.00 AM
Block 5 (All Unit)
6.
Sunday 05.11.2017
11.00-1.00 PM
Block 6 (All Unit)
7.
Sunday 12.11.2017
9.00-11.00 AM
Block 7 (All Unit)
8.
Sunday 12.11.2017
11.00-1.00 PM
Block 8 (All Unit)

  Course Code: FHD-01/02/BHDF-101 (Theory)  
S.N.
Day & Date
Time
Block/Unit to be covered
1.
Saturday 21.10.2017
2.30-4.30 PM
Unit 1 to 3
2.
Saturday 21.10.2017
4.30-6.30 PM
Unit 4 to 6
3.
Saturday 28.10.2017
2.30-4.30 PM
Unit 7 to 9
4.
Saturday 28.10.2017
4.30-6.30 PM
Unit 10 to 12
5.
Saturday 04.11.2017
2.30-4.30 PM
Unit 13 to 15
6.
Saturday 04.11.2017
4.30-6.30 PM
Unit 16 to 18
7.
Saturday 11.11.2017
2.30-4.30 PM
Unit 19 to 21
8.
Saturday 11.11.2017
4.30-6.30 PM
Unit 22 to 24

Course Code: FEG-01/FEG-02 (Theory)                          
S.N.
Day & Date
Time
Block/Unit to be covered
1.
Sunday 29.10.2017
2.00-4.00 PM
Unit 1 to 3
2.
Sunday 29.10.2017
4.00-6.00 PM
Unit 4 to 6
3.
Sunday 05.11.2017
2.00-4.00 PM
Unit 7 to 9
4.
Sunday 05.11.2017
4.00-6.00 PM
Unit 10 to 12
5.
Sunday 12.11.2017
2.00-4.00 PM
Unit 13 to 15
6.
Sunday 12.11.2017
4.00-6.00 PM
Unit 16 to 18
7.
Sunday 19.11.2017
9.00-11.00 AM
Unit 19 to 21
8.
Sunday 19.11.2017
11.00-1.00 PM
Unit 22 to 24