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NWAC 12th Board re- examination in Chhattisgarh Got failed in class 12 or Got low rank Worried about loosing complete one year, or getting admission in good college. No worries - Opportunity for you to re-appear in class 12th board examination through Government recognized International Education Board (NWAC) Last date of registration : 7th June (without late fees) 15th June (with late fees) Eligible to all those students who appeared from CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education , ICSE - The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education , CGBSE Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education , MPBSE - Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh
NWAC 12th Board re- examination in Chhattisgarh Got failed in class 12 or Got low rank Worried about loosing complete one year, or getting admission in good college. No worries - Opportunity for you to re-appear in class 12th board examination through Government recognized International Education Board (NWAC) Last date of registration : 7th June (without late fees) 15th June (with late fees) Eligible to all those students who appeared from CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education , ICSE - The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education , CGBSE Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education , MPBSE - Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh
NWAC 12th Board re- examination in Chhattisgarh Got failed in class 12 or Got low rank Worried about loosing complete one year, or getting admission in good college. No worries - Opportunity for you to re-appear in class 12th board examination through Government recognized International Education Board (NWAC) Eligible to all those students who appeared from CBSE - Central Board of Secondary Education , ICSE - The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education , CGBSE Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education , MPBSE - Board of Secondary Education, Madhya Pradesh
NWAC Board Examination in Chhattisgarh NWAC is among few International Board which is recognized by Government. Ref. http://www.validboards.in/list-of-valid-boards-in-india/ One can appear in examination through NWAC. TECC is conducting NWAC examination in Chhattisgarh for last few years. More than 300 students have been benefited so far. NWAC is one of the best option for students who got low grades, fail and got drop out for any reason. 12th class students can re appear in examination without loosing their time and money. All students who attended CBSE , ICSE , Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education , Board of Secondary Education Madhya Pradesh can re appear for examination. For details contact : 98266 62233
Time is valuabe- Apply soon for NWAC 12th board re-examination Are you are one of those students did not clear your 12th board exams and are worried about losing an entire year? Are you tensed about not getting admitted into your dream college? Did you drop out of your 12th CBSE exams and want to give it another shot? Is your family unhappy with your performance in your board exams? Well, fret not! You still have a chance to hit the bull’s eye! Opportunity is knocking your door in the form of NWAC. Do not be bogged down by your low scores in your 12th board exams. Attempt NWAC with the help of Toppers Educational & Career Consultancy in Raipur and have an exciting career and future ahead! Last date of registration is 15th June, 2018.
B.Sc. Agriculture course, scope, career and salary details. 12th Science stream students, who have an interest in the sector of agriculture, may pursue this course. B.Sc. Agriculture course is a great alternate to the B.E./B.Tech. Agriculture Engineering program. Since India is an agrarian country, this field will never run out of job opportunities. To be honest, qualified professionals are always valued, when it comes to agriculture sector. Thus, it is evident that there is more than just one reason to pursue this course! Let us start off with the basic course details- B.SC. AGRICULTURE: BASIC COURSE DETAILS It is a 4 years long Undergraduate Bachelor Degree program. B.Sc. Agriculture program consists of topics such as- agriculture science, use of modern scientific equipment and techniques in agriculture, land surveying, soil science, water resource management, animal and poultry management, basics of biotechnology etc. The main aim of this program is to use the above mentioned concepts to train students improve agriculture productivity, manage products and pave way for future developments through research activities. This program aims at combining concepts of Biology, Technology and Agriculture Science to boost Agricultural Productivity. B.SC. AGRICULTURE: IMPORTANT SUBJECTS PRESENT IN THE PROGRAM Agronomy: Basics of Agronomy, Field Crops (Kharif), Field Crops (Rabi), Crop Production, Weed Management, Irrigation Techniques, Water resource management, Organic Farming, Sustainable agriculture. Apart from theoretical subjects, practical sessions are also involved, in case of these subjects. Plant Genetics: Botany, Basics of Genetics, Plant Breeding, Seed Technology, Basics of Biotechnology. Apart from the above mentioned theoretical subjects, practical sessions involving these subjects are also present. Soil Science: Introduction to Soil Science, Soil Fertility, Soil Chemistry, Fertilizers, Agricultural Chemistry. Apart from the above mentioned theoretical subjects, practical sessions involving the subjects are also present. Entomology: Pest Management, Beneficial Insects, Grain Storage and Management. Like the above entries, along with theoretical subjects, practical sessions involving them are also present. Agricultural Economics: Market prices, Trade prices, Marketing, Finance, Agribusiness Management, Farm Management. Along with the theoretical subjects, practical sessions involving them are also present. Agriculture Engineering: Agriculture Machinery, Power and Tools, Harvest Technology, Environment Science and Engineering, Renewable Energy. Along with the theoretical subjects, practical sessions involving them are also present. Agricultural Meteorology: Climate patterns, Climatic hazards on Agriculture, Climatic Zones, Weather forecasting. Practical sessions related to the theoretical subjects are also present. Plant Pathology: Crop Diseases, Nematology. Practical sessions related to the theoretical subjects are also present. Horticulture: Fruit Crops, Medicinal Plants, Aromatic Plants, Flower Production, Spices, Plantation Crops. Practical sessions related to the theoretical subjects are also present. Agricultural Extension: Dimensions of Agricultural Extension, Extension Methodologies, Entrepreneurship Development program. Practical sessions related to the theoretical subjects is also present. Biochemistry Physiology Microbiology Computer Education English Physical Education Animal Products. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA 10+2 Science stream students with Physics, Chemistry and Biology subjects, who have passed their board examination from a recognized board, are eligible to pursue this course. Minimum marks criteria exists, which varies from one University to another. Generally, it is between 40-50% marks in PCB subject. SCOPE, JOB OPPORTUNITIES AND SALARY AFTER GRADUATION Lots of Government as well as Private job opportunities are present in front of Graduates. Talking about Government jobs, State Agriculture Departments recruits Graduates to fill up Officer level posts. Government Banks also recruits Graduates to fill up Officer level posts (generally dealing with Loans). Talking about Private Sector jobs, graduates may find jobs as Managers at Plantations, as Officers at Fertilizer Manufacturing firms, Agriculture Machinery Industries, Agricultural Products Marketing firms, Food processing units etc. Average starting salary is generally between 2-4.5 Lakh Rupees per year.
What is NWAC board ? The Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), formerly named the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools, is a non-governmental organization that accredits a variety of schools, including K-12, elementary, middle, and high schools; schools offering distance education; non-degree-granting post-secondary institutions; and special purpose, supplementary education, travel education, and trans-regional schools in seven states in the northwestern United States. Formerly an independent entity based in Boise, Idaho, it is now a division of AdvancED. The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities is the recognized regional accreditation agency for post-secondary degree granting institutions in the seven-state region served by the Northwest Accreditation Commission. know more at : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northwest_Accreditation_Commission
ABOUT NWAC/AdvancED The Northwest Association of Secondary and Higher Schools was formed as a voluntary organization on April 5, 1917 with a membership of 25 secondary schools and eight higher institutions in four Northwestern states. By December 2007, this membership increased to over 1900. Presently, the organization accredits in seven states: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. In December 1974, the title of the organization was changed to: Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. In December 2001, the association's name was changed to the Northwest Association of Schools and of Colleges and Universities, and on February 1, 2004 the association's name was changed to the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools. In 2010, as a result of a restructuring plan, the name was changed to Northwest Accreditation Commission. GEOGRAPHY The Northwest Commission's geography has significantly changed over the years. In 1988 the association was strictly bound to the seven state northwest region. The association joined the other five regional accrediting associations in 1991 as volunteer Council of Regional School Accrediting Commissions to expand our borders to include "national schools" outside the United States. The Northwest's national school accreditation effort began in 1992 with Togliatti, Russia. The accreditation of "national schools" is seen as a virtue and need as the United States participates in a global economy and as English becomes even more of an international language. Additionally, the Commission's expertise has been sought for the accreditation of distance education schools throughout the country. THE COMMISSION The commission had a long and worthy association with the colleges' commission that dates back to 1917. The two commissions used to meet together for the annual meeting of the association until 1994. As times changed and needs changed so did the organizations. The next evolution in relations between the schools' commissions and those of higher education led to two regions separately incorporating their commissions, retaining only the regional name for identification purposes. In the resolution to the Commission on Schools and from discussions over the preceding ten years, the idea to separate was largely promulgated by the growing fact that there were few issues of mutual interest for the two commissions. It was a national trend. THIRD-PARTY ACCREDITATION In 1998 the Northwest Association developed the notion of third-party accreditation. Working with the Strategic Planning Committee, the Northwest association developed the 15 points of quality assurance that third-party agencies must provide evidence that they "equal or exceed" existing commission expectations for accreditation. After meeting with some of the agencies that would be impacted (PNAIS, NLSA, SDA, and others), NWAC devised a practical protocol for implementing the third-party accreditation program. Nine third party agencies are approved: PNAIS, NIPSA, NLSA, SDA, ACSI, CSI, ACTS, WCEA, and NAEYC. Currently, nearly ten percent of NWAC member schools are third-party accredited. The third-party (now titled NW Partners) accreditation concept proved to be a vital, progressive and necessary element of our modern accreditation system that was designed to ensure efficacy while minimizing effort. EBSE The partial success of the School Improvement Plan format brought about the concept of Evidence-Based School Evaluation (EBSE). EBSE was a comprehensive and integrated approach to accreditation. All documents and forms follow a common format and identification system. The Revised Accreditation Standards were piloted by all member schools as a part of the fall 2006 annual reporting process. NORTHWEST ACCREDITATION COMMISSION In the spring of 2010 the membership of the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools approved a plan offered by the Strategic Planning Committee to restructure the Commission. As a result of the restructuring, the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools became the Northwest Accreditation Commission. Each of the State Accreditation Committees along with the International and Transregional Accreditation Committee had representatives serving the interests of member schools. A new logo was designed with the acronym NWAC. AdvancED On December 5, 2011, the NWAC and Board of Trustees voted at the annual meeting to approve new bylaws that officially made NWAC a division of AdvancED. Beginning July 1, 2012 all operations of NWAC are under the governance of AdvancED through its Northwest Regional Office.
Career counselling is an essential factor for identifying the real potential and guiding students towards a right career path. Students need to know the importance of career coaching and right guidance before they are going to choose an academic stream after taking the board exams. Career counselling will be helpful choosing a career goal, planning and give a direction to students for a better future ahead. Read here significance of career counselling and proper guidance for school students – What is Career Counselling? In current times, career counselling is a need as most students pick commonly known domains as their career option. Career counselling is an effort for students’ career guidance right from their school about the available career options as per their interest and stream of academics. Through career counselling, an analysis can be done for students which will help them find out their interests and also their strengths and weaknesses. Why is career counselling important for high school students? Career counselling should be done in the school itself for class 9-11 students specifically because these are the levels where students choose a particular stream as their specialisation and also, it will be helpful for them to decide the stream they should opt for. This is because many students are not satisfied with the stream they choose and tend to change it; this happens in absence of proper guidance about options available as per their interest and different education stream. Nowadays, many counsellors prefer psychometric tests to analyse interests of students because generally, students are confused between their various interests but these psychometric tests help figure out students’ capabilities towards each of their interest. With career counselling, students would be able to know – Their aptitude and interests Strengths and weaknesses of a particular interest Making choice of stream for education after class 10 Career options available in market as per their academic choice Career options available as per their interest Some alternate career options if they decide to change their stream in future. How can students get career guidance or career coaching? Career coaching or counselling does not only require professional counsellors but it can be done as mentioned below – Be your own career coach –Who knows better about your interests, your hobbies, your personality and your academic interests than you. You can analyse the below-mentioned facts to find your career goals and help yourself in achieving them – Your interest Academic profile Career options available as per your interests and education qualification Also, seek suggestions from your friends and parents to get better advice about career options. Write down all these points in a notebook and filter out the best suitable option for yourself. Seek advice from your parents –Your parents have been the primary coach for your education and career life. They got you admitted in best suitable kindergarten, primary school and now when you need to decide the stream choice and career, they should be the first one to advise you and help you decide the best alternative. After you, your parents know the best about your aptitude and capabilities, so they will be able to guide you best in making education as well as a career choice. Proper guidance from your teachers – The third person after you and your parents who will be able to help you decide the best alternative to a career is your teacher. You have been handled, guided and improved over the years by your school teachers. So, they have complete knowledge about your capabilities . A career coach in your friends or your elder siblings – Your friends or your siblings know your interests because you can open up before them without an uneasiness which you may feel with your parents or your teachers. Your elder brother or sister will be the best to advise you on the matter of choosing a career because they themselves have gone through the same situation and have faced the same doubts regarding the career choices. And your friends who will be making career choice along with you also are seeking guidance for their career choices, therefore; they will be helpful by sharing.
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