New Delhi: South Asian University hosting exhibition at the SAU Gallery on Remember Slavery - Africans in India: From Slaves to Generals and Rulers in collaboration with United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan; and Department of African Studies, University of Delhi.
Mumbai: The Shahani Group and Global Dialogue Foundation Australia, in collaboration with UN Alliance of Civilizations and NGO DPI, launched Unity in Diversity-World Civil Society, India Peace Garden at the Swami Muktanand Peace Garden in Mumbai.
New Delhi: Oxford University Press, the world’s largest university press, launched Pakistani politician and former diplomat Syeda Abida Hussain’s Power Failure: The Political Odyssey of a Pakistani Woman at India International Centre in New Delhi today.
Bangalore: The Supply Chain Management Centre, Airbus Chair and Supply Chain Practitioners Council (SCPC), a Bangalore Areas Professional Network, are organizing the ‘Best Practices Exchange Meet’ on Friday, February 26, 2016, at the IIMB Auditorium.
New Delhi: The first phase of the 2nd Round of the 10-day programme on "Capacity Building in Functional English" being organized by the Faculty of Education for teachers of the Jamia Schools culminated on 30th June 2011, with a valedictory session.
The Registrar of the Jamia, Prof. S.M. Sajid was the Chief Guest in the valedictory session. Also present were the Heads of the two departments, Prof. Ilyas Husain, Department of Educational Studies and Prof. Sohrab Ali, Department of Teacher Training and Non formal Education (IASE).
The Dean, Faculty of Education, Prof. Aejaz Masih highlighted the objective of the programme. A brief report of how these objectives were met by the workshop was presented by Dr. Syedah Fawzia Nadeem, Pogramme Coordinator.
The Chief Guest, Prof. S.M. Sajid spoke about the importance of taking lessons from the workshop to real life situations i.e., the classrooms. Two participants of the workshop also talked about what all they had learnt and how it would be useful in their everyday practices as teachers.
Participants were also given certificates and a set of four books. The function ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Dr. Arshad Ikram Ahmad.