COVID-19 has made online learning the mainstream overnight. From schools to colleges to tutorials, teachers are adapting to the new normal -- some by choice, some because of the lack of choice. As a result, online teaching has become one of the most important skills to acquire during the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Online teaching is hot skill now, but what does it take to get there?
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Chennai: Cholamandalam MS Risk Services and the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology (RGIPT), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to provide industry-relevant certification programs on Health, Safety, Sustainability and Risk (HSSR) to Engineers and HSE professionals in India. “Through this certification programme, we hope to educate participants based on our 25 years of consulting experience across industrial sectors both in India and abroad," said V Suryanarayanan, Director - Chola MS Risk Services. "Our vast experience in this field and alliance with RGIPT, will lead to the right mix of academic excellence and practical skill leading to industry-relevant courses in Safety Engineering.” The signing of the MoU will bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge, a statement from Cholamandalam MS Risk Services said in a statement on Wednesday. This program is expected to reach around 1000 professionals from across companies in India over the … [Read more...] about Cholamandalam MS Risk Services signs MoU with Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology for certification programs
Some argue that online teaching subtly favours those who have access to high technologies and turns down the disadvantaged sections of society. There may be some truth here but the larger fact is that online education is meant for all. In most cases, all that the students need is a smartphone and most have smartphones with Internet connectivity. Most students can access Zoom or Google Hangout or Cisco WebEx Meeting using their smartphones. Therefore, the claim that online teaching will exacerbate the social and economic divide among students is not justified. It is true that in rural and semi-urban areas, high speed Internet may not be available around the clock. But online teaching, especially the asynchronous mode, will certainly help all students because of its flexibility. … [Read more...] about Seven myths about online education
Similarly, MBA & PGP program has all novel specializations and a Plus such as MBA/PGP in AI Blockchain, Banking – Microfinance, Construction Management, Facilities Management, Digital Marketing and so on. The courses designed are all a requirement of the industry 4.0. Aditus after doing thorough research has understood the importance of inculcating the same in the curriculum and thus thrives towards ‘Industry-driven skill development and deployment’. … [Read more...] about ADITUS launches premium program for students to prepare for post-pandemic life
AVW Online will also feature technical and creative training sessions for beginner and advanced Premiere Pro and After Effects users. In addition to regular sessions, attendees can participate in hands-on warm-up training sessions during which the instructors can actively manage and “take over” their screens remotely, in real-time, for an enhanced learning experience. Additionally, interactive “Help Desk” virtual rooms will be available throughout the duration of the conference, where attendees can ask FMC’s Premiere Pro and After Effects experts any burning technical or troubleshooting questions. The “Help Desk” rooms will provide attendees with direct one-on-one instruction as well as opportunities to learn from their peers’ as their questions are answered in real-time. … [Read more...] about Future Media Conferences, in association with Adobe, is excited to announce Adobe Video World (AVW) Online, the virtual training event for Premiere Pro and After Effects
Also known as Verreaux's eagle owl, these nocturnal hunters will eat just about anything they can get their talons on. Scanning the low grass of the savannah, the owls pick up reptiles, insects, small mammals, and even other birds and owls for dinner. While cannibalism makes them far from cuddly creatures, they do have a romantic side: researchers believe these monogamous birds mate for life and stay in small family units to raise their young. … [Read more...] about Indigenous trackers are teaching scientists about wildlife