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Police blasted protesters with water cannons and fired rounds of teargas at a demonstration against education reforms in the Kelaniya district of Colombo, Tuesday. The march was on its way to the Sri Lankan parliament where they were stopped by a police barricade. Several protesters were injured during the demonstration as a result of the water cannon and scuffles with police. The protesters, many of whom were students from the nearby University of Kelaniya, were marching in opposition to a cut in the education budget as well as other proposed reforms. Video ID: 20161130- 016 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
colombo muslim youth education fund & madrasathun noor 05
colombo muslim youth education fund & madrasathun noor
In 1985, the National Technical Teachers Training College (NTTTC) and the Technical education unit of the Ministry of Education conducted a manpower survey in Sri Lanka, which revealed that the ratio of chartered engineers to incorporated engineers was 1:3. The survey established that a developing country's ratio requirement of chartered engineers to incorporated engineers to technicians should be 1:5:20. The authorities realized that although adequate numbers of chartered engineers and technicians were being produced, there was a void between these two levels in the profession. Therefore steps were taken to bridge this gap by introducing a program to produce professionals who were competent in both technical and vocational skills. The Higher National Diploma in Engineering (HNDE) course, ...
Mi scuso per aver sacrificato nel restauro RVM qualche centimetro di nastro. Comunque il filmato non manca delle parti essenziali, sostanzialmente. Buona visione.
The Australian Education Fair in designed to target students who think Western qualifications make them more marketable at home and abroad. Additionally, it gives a chance of migrating to a new country. What is not brought up is that it weakens the home country's economy and weakens the home educational system. This is probably to stop the students going to China and Russia for know-how. I was challenged and stopped from filming with the question: .What are you doing?. Other people were filming and photographing too but apparently they had been selected; I had not been.
Disrupting Higher Education: Breaking down information barriers with technology and social sharing by J. Charitha Ratwatta Jr. (Member, Board of Directors -- SL2College / Co-Founder and Managing Director -- Rural Returns) Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JR0Yq-IYy50 Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gG_g_WPP7-Q Thanks to Learn TV for recording the event.. Refresh Colombo is a community of web and technology enthusiasts / professionals who come together on a monthly basis to share ideas and meet like minded individuals. www.refreshcolombo.org
Listen to how maker spaces are revolutionising education and learn how you can do this in your own way. Vipul leads the academics team at Pearson Schools, India, an organization serving 30,000+ students nationally. He is also one of the 30 educators picked by TEDEd to undergo their Innovative Educator professional development program. He previously led a team of education designers at Global Discovery Academy (GDA) Schools, a firm that designs, builds and manages affordable schools all over India. His educational affiliations include an MA in Learning, Design & Technology at the Stanford University Graduate School of Education. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx