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POCSO Full Form

POCSO full form stands for Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses. However, before knowing the rules and regulations of this act, let us understand what is POCSO? With the ever-increasing crime rate against women and children, it is imperative to have stringent laws to ensure… Read More »POCSO Full Form

Theory of Change

Theory of Change (ToC) outlines causal linkages in an initiative to explain your institution’s intended path to impact (i.e., its shorter-term, intermediate, and long-term outcomes). The identified changes are represented by an “outcome map,” which depicts the logical relationship and chronological flow of long-term outcomes… Read More »Theory of Change

FERPA

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, abbreviated as FERPA, is a federal law in the United States of America that protects the privacy of educational records for students from elementary school to college and university. FERPA, which applies to schools that have received Department… Read More »FERPA

ICMR JRF

The ICMR JRF Examination is the first step in the process of admission to the Ph.D. / Research Programme with the help of the council. The tests for the ICMR JRF fellowship are held at 12 different locations. Once a year, he visits Bengaluru, Bhopal,… Read More »ICMR JRF

NHERC

NHERC: The Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan (RUSA) was launched in 2014 by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, with the goal of transforming state higher education institutions in India into centers of excellence. It is time to assess RUSA’s impact in order… Read More »NHERC

NIPUN Bharat Mission

The Education Ministry of India launched the NIPUN Bharat Mission, or National Initiative for Proficiency in Reading with Understanding and Numeracy, as part of the National Education Policy 2020. This program ensures that every child in India acquires fundamental numeracy and literacy skills by the… Read More »NIPUN Bharat Mission

Performance Assessment

Performance assessment is a task that students must complete rather than writing a test. In a Spanish class, for example, students may be asked to give an oral presentation rather than a traditional exam. Open-ended response exercises, extended tasks, and portfolios are used in performance… Read More »Performance Assessment