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Debate As The Ideal Training Ground For Introverted Kids

Debate is a rigorous format that takes a real-world approach and is backed by academic studies to help build leadership skills at an early age.

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Impact Of COVID-19 On Training And Placements

COVID-19 has started a frenzy of panic where it is impacting the people who were to be hired and placed and thus directly steering their career, passion and profession.

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Training Culinary Students & Chefs Away From Kitchen During COVID-19

Institutions providing culinary courses faced the same challenge of adopting the online class modes and moving their entire curriculum online.

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Ampersand Group To Train Teachers From Jammu & Kashmir

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The five-day Professional Development Program in Early Childhood Education programme commenced from 25th June 2020.

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Competency-based Training The Academy Way

The competency framework, once developed, forms a repository of skills and knowledge within the organisation.

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STL Forms Project Savdhaan To Train Over 1 Lakh Youth On COVID-19 Awareness

It is a special initiative to intensify COVID-19 awareness in India through an online workshop.

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Want To Improve Student Achievement, Start With Training Teachers

Teachers require to possess extensive knowledge and skills in order to impart quality education that society will demand tomorrow, not just today.

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IIT Roorkee, APL Apollo Collaborate For Joint Research, Training

The MoU aims at providing sponsorships to IIT Roorkee for key projects and prominent research work.

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HRD Ministry Asks States To Avail Nirbhaya Funds For Self-Defence Training

The ministry provides Rs 3,000 per month for a period of three months per government-run school for the self-defence training and inculcating life skills among girls.

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UNFPA Ties Up With IIHMR University To Train Health Officials For Better Health Outcomes

Health officials and district and block level data managers from 10 high priority districts will be sensitized on the importance of data use and in planning and monitoring health programs at their respective levels. The UNFPA’s stated objective is to secure health calibers of pregnant women and new born children thereby aiding in voluntary family planning through a rights based approach and capacity building of stakeholders. Data collection at the primary healthcare level should involve a combination of the best research evidence with clinical expertise and personal values of the patient, thus delivering improved treatment and enhanced patient safety.

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