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Status of Schools in Madhya Pradesh/board of secondary education madhya pradesh/mp open school Government Primary Schools :-81, 335 Financially Aided Primary Schools :- 961 Private Primary Schools :-13, 221 Government Secondary Schools :-24, 293 Financially Aided Secondary Schools :-370 Private Secondary Schools :-11, 236 Ashram Schools (Opening level) :-878 TOTAL NUMBER OF SCHOOLS:- 1, 32, 294 Education is a foundation stone for cultural, perceptional and sentimental development of a human being. True to the saying that a strong building can be constructed only on a strong and solid foundation. Similar is the role of education in human development. Education always reflects upon the heritage and identity of a Nation helpful in deciding its future course of action and direction. It is not limited only up to gaining literacy but is a strong medium of providing opportunities for the thorough and all round mental development of a person. In the context of education, Ruskin was of the view that:“The purpose of education is not only to impart knowledge on such subjects and matters hitherto unknown to a person, but also to inspire him to behave in such a befitting manner he is not used to till then”. Education is a strong medium of learning process, which opens up horizons of vast opportunities. It helps in removing the darkness of illiteracy and makes a visionary impact. Education is on a cross road today, where on the one hand it has its valued golden heritage, but on the other it is facing a turbulent path full of challenges. In the progressive history of education, two concepts remain upper most i.e. quality of education and its equality to all. The quality of education started lowering down with the beginning of era of economic liberalization. It has been reduced to a mere service trade in the wider international context. Thus, instead of providing a value-based education, its course is being set depending upon the prevailing market trends. In the name of strategy for infrastructure investment, not only the international market has withdrawn itself from important educational programmes, but also the respective Governments started restricting themselves in this behalf. The expenditure on education is being constantly reduced. Aiming to influence the educational policy, the World Bank in the year 1986, declared its preference for imparting education to children at varying levels depending upon their respective standards of living. Apparently, with the sole objective of withdrawing from education, slowly and slowly a parallel infrastructure was being created in the guise of innovative plans. In nutshell, as a result of aforesaid pulls and pressures, the present form of education is at much variance from that of its original one. Schools in Madhya Pradesh Primary Education: It has been clearly mentioned in the Directive Principles of our Constitution that Government has to ensure ‘free and compulsory’ education for children up to 14 years of age. This provision was advocated for children of this age group, by the turn of century, while formulating the National Education Policy in 1986, duly amended in 1992. Since we are already in 21st Century now and while discussing the status of primary education in Madhya Pradesh, it reveals that literacy level in the Madhya Pradesh is 63.7%, which is slightly less than National level. It will be observed from the following tables of comparative statistical analysis that total number of admissions reduced during 2005-06 as compared to that of 2004-05: Where are we standing today? 10th Five Year Plan (2002-2007) and present standing: The 10th Plan period shall conclude by next year (2007) and thereafter, the implementation of 11th Five Year Plan shall commence. Therefore, it is necessary now to compare the objectives of 10th Plan with that of its achievements and as to how far we have traveled towards our targets – The movement for “Education to All” being an integral part of 10th Five Year Plan. What is “Education to All” movement about It is a World Bank supported movement with the concept to replace the traditional formal system of education. Meaning thereby that in case it is not possible either to provide alternative schooling or guaranteed education, then other courses, which may include even games courses, can be imparted. Thus, even if the Government succeeds in securing admissions, the question of quality shall still prevail. It is clearly reflected from this movement as to how the Government started pulling itself out from areas of essential public importance like education. However, the objectives of this “Education to All” movement are as under: 1. All the children to be school going by the year 2003. 2. It is to be ensured that all children up to 5 years of age to complete their primary schooling by the year 2007. 3. It is also to be ensured that by the year 2010 all children up to 8 years of age to complete their education up to primary level. 4. Emphasis on quality level of education. 5. Social and gender discriminations to be removed, initially at primary level, by the year 2007 and finally by 2010. 6. Dropping out of children is to be totally eliminated by the year 2010. The targets, in terms of education, as set for 10th Five Year Plan, were as under: 1. To ensure higher secondary level of education within reach of all children. 2. To promote, encourage and create awareness amongst parents and children to attract maximum admissions in schools along with ensuring the continuity of education amongst children. Also to discourage the school leaving tendency of children. 3. To promote innovative methods, aimed to impart qualitative education to children at primary level. 4. To encourage the academic re-infrastructure.
AGRUCULTURE SPECIALIST JOB Recent Agricultural Specialist Job Listings Agriculture specialists' careers focus on consulting to provide advice to farmers and livestock producers. The field of agriculture is very broad so often, these individuals specialize in a specific area like animal science, economics, mechanics, soil science, or field crops, which means that the specialist role is different for everyone. However, agriculture specialists will be comfortable performing most of the following tasks as part of their job: Optimize field practices Crop modeling, soil mapping and weather modeling Be willing to approach agriculture holistically Be familiar with solutions like biotechnology, to advanced predictive and prescriptive analytics Design and implement field experiments Collect soil chemical and physical properties, Work collaboratively with other engineers and technicians on providing food science recommendations Collaborate with in-house personnel on many projects Work independently for methodological portions of the role Have a broad scope of knowledge that includes crop and soil science, meteorology, crop physiology, and related fields like predictive modeling Be able to perform GxE analyses, and other environmental modeling Be able to map soil, engage in yield modeling, and plant breeding. Have experience in computational statistics, data mining, model building Conduct research and experiments to improve the quantity and quality of field crops and farm animals Innovate new food products Develop new and better ways to process, package, and deliver food products Prepare and conduct advisory sessions for farmers, policy makers and other stakeholders Analyze agricultural data and report on findings Communicate with researchers, educators, government departments, and business managers Maintain records of yields and services Educate farmers and agricultural business owners on regulatory issues Request funds for agricultural development from research Making presentations to farmers, livestock producers, and agriculture businesses Respond to requests from clients Analyze soil composition as it relates to plant growth Communicate findings to colleagues, farmers, and the public Explore animal genetics, nutrition, reproduction, diseases, growth, and development Advise farmers on how to lower animal death rates, handle waste matter, and increase production Senior agricultural specialist jobs often entail a management component, which may include administration, operations and personnel. Such responsibilities may include: Enforce government regulations through inspections Write grant and business proposals for funding purposes Oversee the preservation of site integrity - especially critical in the field Engage in technical report preparation and submittal Foster a positive and safe work environment with mentorship opportunities Consult regarding project scope, schedules, and budgets Navigate regional, federal and international regulations, and best practices Oversee testing and calibrating of designs, equipment and instruments Oversee measurement taking and data recording Liaise with site and farm stakeholders Consult with farmers, engineers, fellow scientists, and government agencies regarding best practices Supervise fieldwork and lab work
Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) is an integrated Indian Degree in the medical field. This degree programme is conferred to those students who studied the modern medicines and traditional Ayurveda. Ayurveda is one of the ancient medical systems of the world. It traces its roots to the Vedic period. It is not only providing the cure but also prevent the recurrence of diseases. According to the Ayurvedic, there are only three kinds of dysfunctions or disorders in human body Kapha, Pitta and Vata. These dysfunctions are commonly called as the Dosha in Ayurvedic terminology. Kapha meant Phlegm (water and earth), Pitta meant Bile (fire & water) and Vata meant Wind (air and space). Ayurvedic says that a person got ill when he gets out of the harmony of said three doshas. ADMISSION OPEN 2019 Dev Bhoomi Group of institute Dehradun......................Apply Now The Ayurvedic system of medical care is based on the concept where the natural healing capacity of the body is being enhanced by the Ayurvedic therapy. The Ayurvedic treatment includes the reducing symptoms, eliminating impurities, reducing worry, increasing resistance of disease and increasing harmony of patient’s life. The Ayurvedic system is a trustful medical system in order to the cure, prevent and rejuvenate. Yes, it takes more time to make the patient fit as before, but once the patient has been treated through this medical system, he will find him better than before he was. In short……. “BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) is an undergraduate degree programme in old and ancient Ayurvedic medical system containing the prevention and cure to the body by increasing the harmony of kapha, pitta and vata”. BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) is the opening degree in Ayurvedic medicine and surgery system, treating the humanity since long past. Get Latest Career Notification about BAMS course, by entering your details below: Name* Mobile* Email* State* Course Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine & Surgery (BAMS) is a graduate degree course in Ayurvedic system. This degree is awarded after the completion of 5 years and 6 month degree programme containing the 4 and 1/2 year academic session and one year internship programme with live practical. The UG degree course is separated in three sections of 1.5 years each. These sections called as the three professional courses. In first professional course the students are taught about the anatomy, physiology and history of Ayurvedic system. In second course they are taught about the toxicology and pharmacology and the final course contains the surgery, ENT, skin, obstetrics and gynaecology. The entire course contains the modern anatomy, principles of medicines, physiology, social and preventive medicines, forensic medicine, principle of surgery, toxicology, ENT, botany and pharmacology. The graduates use the title “Vaidyar” before their name (abbreviation is Vr.) Also Check: Courses after 12th Specializations: The specializations in this field are as the following: Padartha Vigyan Sharir Rachana Sharir Kriya Swasth Vritta Rasa Shastra Agad Tantra Rog & Vikriti Vigyan Charak Samhita Prasuti and Stri Roga Kaumara Bhritya Kayachikitsa Shallya Tantra Shalakya Tantra Charak Samhita Eligibility & Admission The basic requirement for the eligibility to get the admission to BAMS programme is qualifying the 10+2 examination with science stream. The candidate must have the physics, chemistry and biology in 12th class. Career & Jobs Day by day, the scope of Ayurvedic is overlapping to the other medical system not only in India but also in the world. In many cases the people have taken the experience for the trustfulness of the Ayurvedic system and medicines treating for the chronic and non-healable disease. In many cases, when the allopathic system becomes a failure with a particular disease and surrenders, the Ayurvedic medicine does the magical effect to rejuvenate the illness or the patient. The career opportunity after the completion of BAMS is not only in India but also in foreign countries. Many organizations are working in the manufacturing and research field in abroad are requiring the professional in this field. The candidate having the BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery) degree is eligible to be called as a doctor and eligible to do the private practice. Job opportunities also exists in government sector. One can get job in government ayurveda hospital as ayurvedic pharmacist. After the completion of this course, candidates also have opportunity to open their own retail shop of Ayurveda medicines. Teaching field is also open for BAMS graduates. They can find employment in private and government ayurveda Institutes. Job profiles: The job profiles after completing the BAMS programme are as the following: Lecturer Scientist Therapist Category manager Business development officer Sales representatives Product manager Pharmacist Jr. clinical trial coordinator Medical representative Ayurvedic doctor Sales executive Area sales manager Assistant claim manager health Manager – internal audit Salary The salary in the medical field is the benchmark for other job profiles in different field. Some universities provide the stipend around 40 thousand to 50 thousand per month to the post-graduate doctors in Ayurvedic field. In the job an Ayurvedic professional may get the salary from Rs. 20, 000 to Rs. 50000 according the role and nature of his/her job profile. Recruiters or Employers: Here some of the employment areas for the professionals who have done the BAMS programme: Clinical trials Healthcare community Life science industries Pharmaceutical industries Education Healthcare IT Insurance On duty doctor Nursing home Spa resort Ayurvedic resort Panchkarma ashram Government/ private hospitals dispensaries colleges research institutes
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.
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
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
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
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
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