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Date Sheet for Term End Examination June 2015 

Datesheet for Master Degree Programme

Datesheet for Bachelor Degree Programme

Datesheet for Diploma & Advance Diploma Programme

Datesheet for  Certificate Programme

 

Previous Year Question Papers

2005 2007
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2008          June2011 December2011
June2010 | December2010 June2013 December2013
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ASSIGNMENTS (Programme wise)

 

Master’s Degree Programmmes

M.A.(Economics)

M.A.(History)

M.A.(Pol. Science)

M.A.(Philosophy)

M.A.(Psychology)
I Year | II Year (July-2014-15)

I Year | II Year(July-2013-14)

I Year | II Year(July-2012-13)
I Year | II Year(July-2011-12)

MA(GD)
July 2014 & January 2015 (Hindi)
July 2014 & January 2015 (English)
July 2013 (English) || July 2013 (Hindi) 
July 2012 (English) 
July 2011 (English)
January 2011 || July 2010 (English)
January 2011 || July 2010 (Hindi)

M.A.(Public Administration)

MA(RD)

M.A.(Sociology)

MADE
January-2015(ES-series )|July-2014 
January-2014 January-2013
July 2012 
January-2012

MA(DE)

I Year | II Year (January-2015)
I Year |
 II Year (July-2014) 
I Year |
 II Year (January-2014) 
I Year |
 II Year (July-2013)
2nd Year January 2013 I MDE-412 
Ist Year January 2013
MA(DE)-2012


MSWC

(2014-2015)

MATS

Jan/July (2015)

 

M.COM

MEG

MHD

M.Com ( F & T)

M.Com ( BP & CG)

M.Com ( MA & FS)

MLIS
(2014-2015)

(2013-2014) 
(2012-2013)(OLD)
(2011-2012)
(OLD)
(2010-2011)
(OLD)

M.Sc(DFSM)

MTM

MA (Education)

MSW

M.Sc(MACS)

M.Ed

MAEDS

January & July 2015
January & July 2014

MEDSE 
SEMESTER-1st/2nd/3rd(July-2012) 
SEMESTER-II(January-2012)
SEMESTER-I(July-2011)
SEMESTER-III(July-2011)
 
SEMESTER-I(July-2010)
SEMESTER-II(January-2011)

Masters in Anthropology(MAAN)
Ist year 2014-15
 
MAAN 
2nd year 2014-15
 
MAAN
Ist year 2013-14
 
Introduction||MANI-001||MANI-002||MAN-001||MAN-02

2nd year 2013-14 
Introduction||MANI-003||MANE-001||MANE-002||MANE-003||MANE-004||MANE-005

2nd year 2013 
MANE-001||MANE-002||MANE-003||MANE-04||MANE-005

MANI-003
1st year 
Ist Year July2012-13 I Ist Year July2011-12

  M.Sc.(CFT)
1st Year I 2nd Year( July-2014) 
1st Year I 2nd Year( July-2013) 
1st Year I 2nd Year( July-2012) 
1st Year I 2nd Year( July-2011)


MBACT

  MAAE

July-2014 | July-2013
July-2012


MAGPS

English |Hindi (July-2014-January 2015)
Hindi (January 2014)

English | Hindi (July-2013)
I Year 2012-13(English) I Hindi-(2012-13)

2011-12 | II year(2012-13)



MAWGS
MWG010 & MWG011 MWG007 & MWG008 (Jan 2015)
July 2014 | July 2014 2nd Year
2nd Semester January 2014 
I Year 2013-14

Bachelor’s Degree Programmmes

ACC

AFW
English | Hindi(2012-13) 
English2011)
English | Hindi2010)

ANC

ATR
2011 | 2010 | 2012

AWR 
English | Hindi(2012-13) 
BEGA(2012-13)
English | BEGA(2011)
English | Hindi(2010)

BSKF
2011 | 2010

 

BAGA

 

 

BDP/B.A.

BCA

B.COM
English | Hindi

B.Ed
B.Ed ( Special Education)

BLIS
BLIS-Revised (English) (2014-2015)

BLIS-Revised(Hindi) (2014-2015)
English | Hindi(2014-2015)

English | Hindi(2013-2014) 
English | Hindi(2012-2013)(OLD)
English | Hindi(2011-2012)(OLD)
English | Hindi(2010-2011)(OLD)

B.COMAF

B.Com(CA & A)

B.Com(F & CA)

B.Sc.
English | Hindi

BSCHOT

B.Sc. in Hosp. and Hotel Administration(BHM)
2014-15 New |2013-14 |2012-13 | 2010-11

B.Sc.N. (PB)

BSW

BTCM / BTWRE

B.Sc. ( Nautcial Sc)

BA-IHA

2013-14 || 2014-15
2012-13 || 2009-10

EEC
English | Hindi

BTME

BTS

EEG/BEGE

FEG

FHS\BSHF

English | Hindi (2013-14)
Hindi(2012-13) 
English | Hindi(2012) 
English(2011) | Hindi

BTAE

BBA Retail
First Year | Secand Year | Third Year (2014-15) 
First Year | Secand Year | Third Year (2013-14) 
First Year | Secand Year | Third Year (2012-13) 
Third Year (2011-12) 
First Year | Secand Year (2011) 
First Year | Secand Year (2010)

BRPA
July 2012/January 2013
2010 | 2011

BHDA
July 2012/January 2013
2010 | 2011

BBHF
2010 | 2011

BHDF
2010 | 2011
 | 2012

FHD
2010 | 2011
 | 2012

B.Sc.(BMLT)
I Year(2011-2012) | II Year(2012)| III Year(July-2012) 
I Year | II Year

B.Sc.(BACT)
III Year (2013) 
II Year | III Year (2012) 
I Year (2011-2012) 
I Year (2010-2011)

B.Sc.(BMRHIT)
III Year(2013) 
II Year | III Year(2012)
I Year (2011-2012)
I Year | II Year

B.Sc.(BRTT)
I Year (2011-2012)
I Year | II Year (2010-2011)

B.Sc.(BMIT)
IV Year(2014)

III Year | IV Year(2013) 
III Year | II Year(2012) 
I Year (2011-2012) 
I Year | II Year

B.Sc.(DMLT)
I Year (2011-2012)

BATE
6th Semester-2014 I 8th Semester-2014 
5th Semester-2013 I 7th Semester-2013 
3rd Semester-2012-13 I 5th Semester-2012-13 I 7th Semester-2012-13

   

P.G. Diploma Programmmes

PGDIBO
English 2015-16 Hindi 2015-16
English 2014-15 Hindi 2014-15
English 2013-14 Hindi 2013-14
English 2012-13 | Hindi 2012-13
English 2011-12 | Hindi 2011-12

PGJMC

January 2015 | July 2015 
January 2014 | July 2014 
January 2013 | July 2013 
July 2012 
January 2012

PGDRD

PGDHHM
2011| 2012 | 2013 | 1 To 3 (2014)4 To 6 (2014) | 1 To 6 (2015)

PGDGM
2013 |January(2014) | 2015
2012 |2011 | 2010

PGDMCH 
2012 | 2013 | 2014
2011 | 2010

PGCIATIVI 
July 2014

PGDLAN
2014 | 2015 
2013 | 2012
20112010

PGDAPP

Hindi (MJM-001 | MJM-002 | MJM-003) (Jan/July 2015)
English (Jan/July2015)

English (Jan/July2014) 

PGDIPR

PGDDE

January(ES-series) 2015 
July(ES-series) 2014
 January 2014 
PGDDE-2013 (ES-series) I ES-312 I ES-412 
January 2012
January 2011 I July 2011
January 2010 |July 2010

PGDESD

PGDCFT 
2014 | 2013 
2012 | 2011

 

PGDBP

July 2014
July 2013-January 2014 
2010 | July2011-January2012 | July2012-January2013

PGDFMP

PGDHE
January/July 2015
January/July 2014 
January/July 2013 
2012 
20112010

PGDDM

English Hindi (2015-16)

English | Hindi (2014-15)

English | Hindi (2013-14) 
English | Hindi (2013)

PGDRP

PGDMRR
20142013
2012 | 201120092010

PGDSLM

PGDFSQM
July-2014
July-2012 |July-2013
July-2011
20112010

PGDET

PGDAE

July-2014 | July-2013
July-2012 | July-2010

PGDFCS

PGDPSM

PGCAP

Jan/July-2015
Jan/July-2014 
Jan/July-2013 2012 
2011(July-2011)
2011 | 2010

PGDICG

PGDEMA
January & July 2014 | January 2015 
January/July 2013 MES-047(Jan/July-2013)
2012 | 2011 | MES-045

PGDEDS

January & July 2015
January & July 2014

PGDTRM

 PGDAC

PGDDHM 
2012|2011 2010 | 2009

PGDT

PGDCJ

January & July 2015
2013 | January & July 2014
2012 2011

PGDENLW
2013-14 
20102011 | 2012-13

PGPDSE(July-2012) 
PGPDSE(July-2011) 

PGPDSE and PGPCSE(July-2010)

PGDPM
July 2014July-2013 
2011July-2011

PGDHEM

January/July-2015
January/July-2014 |January/July-2013
January/July-2012January-2011

 

PGCMHT

2014(Hindi)

2013
2011


PGDSWT

20152014 | 20132011

PGCBHT
January & July-2014(Hindi) 
July2013-January2014

2013

2011

PGDAE & MAAE(July-2011)

PGDAST

MST-001 TO MST-004

PGDIS
January 2015

July 2014

2014(January) July 2013 
2013(January) 
2012(July) 
2012(Jan) | 2011

PGDREPYDL
July-2012
MMD-083 II MMD-084(July-2011)
MMD-081 II MMD-082(July-2011)

PGDPPED
January/July 2015
January/July 2014 
January/July 2013
20122011

PGDMD

PGDHIVM
2012 July 2014

PGDUPDL
July & January 2014-15

 

 

PGDENLWOL
2012-13 
2013-14

PGDWGS
July 2014
2nd Semester January 2014 
I Year 2013-14

July-2012
1st Semester2nd Semester (2012)

PGDGPS

English | Hindi 2013-14
2012-2013 | Hindi-(2012-13)
2011-12 | II year(2012-13)

 

Diploma Programmes

ADCIM

DCE
20102011 | 2012 | 2013
 2014

DCIM

DCLE(G)

DDT
English | Hindi (July 2014)
English | Hindi(July-2013)

DECE

DMT
English (July 2014)

English ( July 2013) 
English (July-2012) 
English | Hindi(July-2011) 
English | Hindi(2011) 
English | Hindi(2010)

DNA
2015 | BNS-013 & BNS-014 (2015) 

DNHE

 


DPE

DTS

English Hindi(2015) 
English 
Hindi(2014) 
English 
Hindi(2013)

DVAPFV

DPVCPO
English (2013) 
English (July-2012)
English | Hindi(July-2011) 
English | Hindi(2011) 
English | Hindi(2010)

DWED
BWEE-006,007,008 & BWEF-002-English | BWEE-006,007,008 & BWEF-002-Hindi(2015) 
BWEE-006,007,008 & BWEF-002-English | BWEE-006,007,008 & BWEF-002-Hindi(2014) 
BWEE-004,005 & 012-English | BWEE-004,005 & 012-Hindi(2014) 
DWED01 To 04( July & January2012-13)(Hindi)
BWEE01 To 04 ||BWEE-004/005/012( July & January2012-13)(English)

DME

DIR

DUL
2013-14 2014-15 | 2015-16 
20102011 2012

DWM

EnglishHindi (July-2014)
EnglishHindii(July-2013) 
EnglishHindi(2012)
2011

DAQ

DELED

I Year (Jan 2015) | II Year (Jan 2015)
I Year | II Year ( English | Hindi ) (2014) 
2014 
January (English-2013) BES-002BES-010 (English-2013)(I-Year)
July (Hindi-2012) (I-Year)

DFPT
July-2014 | July-2013
July-2012 | July-2011
2011 | 2010

DBOFA
DBPOFA 2014

DBPOFA 2015

DIPP
English (2014-15
EnglishHindi (2013-14)

2010
July-2012&January 2013 
July-2011

DPLAD
2014-15 
2013-14 
2012 | 2011

 

 

 

Certificate Programmes

BPP

CAFE/DAFE
EnglishHindi (2015) 
EnglishHindi (2014) 
English 2013Hindi 2013
English 2012 Hindi 2012
English 2011 Hindi 2011
English 2010Hindi 2010

CBS

CFL
2013(January) 
2011(January)

2012(January) 
2012(July)

CCDP

CCEANM 
July 2008
 | 2008-2009 | 2010-112011(July)

CDM

English | Hindi (2015)
English | Hindi (2014)

English Hindi (2013)

CES

English | Hindi (2014)
English | Hindi
 (2008)

CETE
July 2009 | July 2010
January 2011

CFE
July 2014- January-2015 
July 2013- January-2014 
July 2012- January-2013

CFN

CFS

CHCWM

English July (2015)
English | Hindi (2015) 
English Hindi July(2014) 
English Hindi January(2014) 
January(2013) | July(2013)

PGCEDS

January & July 2015
January & July 2014

CAL
2015 | 2014 | 2013 |2012 |2011

CHR

English | Hindi (Jan / July 2015)
English | Hindi (Jan /July 2014) 
English | Hindi(Jan /July 2013) 
English | Hindi(Jan 2012)

CIG

2015(English) || 2015(Hindi)
2013 | (Hindi & English)2014
2012 |2011 | 2010

CIS

English | Hindi (Jan/July-2015)
English(Jan/july-2014) 
English(Jan/july-2013)

CMCHC

2015
2012 | 2011(July) |2011(January) | 2010-11

CNCC

CNIC
2012 | 2011 | 2010

 

COF

English | Hindi (2015)
English Hindi(2014) 
English | Hindi(2013) 
English | Hindi(2012) 
English | Hindi(July-2011) 
English | Hindi(2011) 
English | Hindi(2010)


CPE

CRD

CTE
July 2014- January 2015 
July 2013- January 2014 
July 2012- January 2013

CTPM

CTS

English | Hindi(2015)
English | Hindi(2014)
English | Hindi(2013)
English | Hindi(2012)

CCR
English (Jan/July 2015)

English (Jan/July 2014) 

CUL
2013-14 | 2014-15 | 2015-16 
2010 | 2011 | 2012

English Hindi(2011)
English | Hindi(2009)

CPPDPT 
July 2014 | 2015

PGCMRR

CSLF

CSUC

CSUS

CIC

CPI (CCP)

CWHM

English | Hindi (Jan/july-2015) 
English
 | Hindi (Jan/july-2014) 
English | Hindi (2013) 2012

CPF

English | Hindi (2015)
English
 | Hindi (Jan/july-2014) 
Hindi | English (Jan/july-2013)

CIT
July 2014-January 2015 
July 2013-January 2014 
July 2012-January 2013 
July 2011-January 2012

CESE-CP
2012-13 
2010-11 | 2011-12

CNM
2015 | |2013 | 2014 
2012 | 2010 | 2011

CESE-MR
2012-13 
2010-11 | 2011-12

CDCW

July-2013 
Programme Guide

PGCE

2013
2012 | 2011

PGCOI

2013
2012 | 2011

CPABN

CPAHM

CPAKT

CPAKP

CPAMT

CPAOS

CETM

Jan/July (2015)
(Jan/july-2014) 
2012| 2013 
2010 | 2011

CPAKK

CAY

CVAS

CVAP

CVAA

CPAKM

CJD
January-2013

CPAMP

ICH

CPATHA

VISUAL ARTS

CCPD
2015 

ACPDM
January/July 2015

 

CIHL

January/July 2015
January/July 2014

January/July 2013 
2012

CHBCP
English(July-2011) 
Hindi(July-2011) 
English 
Hindi

CCSS
Assignment Booklet

CELL
Assignment Booklet

CCLBL
2015 | 2014 | 2013
2012 | 2011

CAHC
July 2014

2013-14 |2014 
2013 
|| 2012

ACISE
January 2015

July 2014

2014(Jan) | 2013(July)
2013(Jan)
2012(July)
2012(Jan) | 2011

CIB

English | Hindi (2015)
English | Hindi(Jan/July 2014) 
English (Jan/July 2013) 
English Hindi(2012) 
English 
Hindi(July-2011) 
English 
Hindi

CSWCJS

English | Hindi (2015)

English I Hindi (2014) 
English I Hindi(2013) 
English I Hindi(2012)
2011

CAHT

English I Hindi(2015)
English I Hindi(2014) 
English I Hindi(2013) 
2012 | 2011

PGPCSE
PGPCSE(July-2012) 
PGPCSE(July-2011)

CHBHC

Hindi (Jan 2015) | English (Jan-2015)
Hindi(July-2014) | English(July-2014)

Hindi(January2014) 
Hindi(July-2013) | English(July-2013) 
Hindi(January-2013) | English(January-2013) 
Hindi(July-2012) | English(July-2012) 
Hindi (January) | English (january)

PGCPP

CPVE
Januar-2015 
Jan & July-2014 
Jan-2013| July-2013 

Jan-2012 | July-2012

DCCN(BNS-32)
2013 | 2014 | 2015
Block-1 to 6

DCCN(BNS-31)
2013 | 2014 | 2015
Block-1 to 6

CESEHI
2012-13 |2011-12

CESEVI
2012-13 |2011-12

CIE
2015 2014
2013 |2012

CCITSK

CCITSK 2014

CCITSK 2015

CMCHN
2013 | January & july-2014

CNIN
2013 
January & july-2014 | 2015

P.G. CertificateProgrammmes

PGCGPS 
English | Hindi 2013-14 
2012-2013
 |Hindi-(2012-13)
2011-12 | II year(2012-13)

 PGCAE

January-2015
July-2014 | January-2014
January-2013July-2013
January-2012July-2012

2011

PDCDM
MCMD-001 | MCMD-002 | MCMD-003 (July-2013)

 

PGCGI

2015

PGCCL

Jan-July 2015
2013 | July 2013-January 2014 
2012 | 2010 | 2011

 

Foundation Courses

FCED
2012 |2011 | 2009

BDP Foundation Courses 

 


Importance Of Scholarship Exam

Whenever we appear in any competitive exam we feel as we are in competition and we study with concetration and try to do our level best . In this way our skills develop and we keep ourselves updated .  Let’s see it’s importannce :

  1. Extra knowledge 
  2. Skills to solve sums faster
  3. Abilty developments
  4. Inborn tendency develops
  5. Vocabulary development
  6. Grammar 
  7. General knwoledge
  8. Confidence develops
  9. Strong base for future studies
  10. Mental peace as some children are always thirsty to acqure the knowledge .
  11. Gaining name and fame after gaining the scholarship 
  12. More reapect and recognition if someone attains scholarship 
  13. It adds an extra qualification in your bio-data .

FAQs (RTE Act and Rules Maharashtra State)

FAQs (RTE Act and Rules)

 

1. When did the Act come into effect?

2. What are the main provisions of the RTE Act?

3. Is the RTE Act applicable to all schools in India?

4. Which schools are exempt from all the provisions of the RTE Act?

5. Are some schools exempt from constituting a School Management Committee required by the RTE Act?

6. Are some schools exempt from the 25% free reservation requirement of the RTE Act?

7. What are the main features of the 2012 Amendment?

8. What is the relationship of State Rules to the Act?

9. What is the relationship of existing State education Acts to the RTE Act?

10. Where can I get the full texts of the RTE Act, the 2012 Amendment , the Maharashtra State Rules , Central Government Model Rules and other State Rules ?

 

1. When did the Act come into effect?

The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009 was passed by Parliament and came into effect from April 1, 2010.

 

2. What are the main provisions of the RTE Act?

 

  • All children of the age of six to fourteen years have a right to free and compulsory education in a neighbourhood government school till completion of elementary education (Classes 1-8). This neighborhood school is to be established by 2013.
  • All children have a right to full-time elementary education in a recognised school. No part-time classes/non-formal schools or unrecognized schools are considered as legal alternatives.
  • All recognised schools must provide good quality education which includes a set of basic facilities, minimum instructional hours and an adequate number of teachers, as specified in the Act. These provisions are to be implemented by 2013. All teachers in recognised schools must be qualified by 2015.
  • Under the 25% reservation requirement of the Act, some economically and socially disadvantaged children, as well as those with disabilities, will receive free education in private unaided and minority aided schools, as well as specified schools such as Kendriya Vidyalayas, Navodaya Vidyalayas and Sainik Schools.
  • No school can charge donations or capitation fees, and neither can student admissions be based on the testing of children or any screening procedure, including the interviews of either children or their parents.
  • No child can be subject to physical punishment or mental harassment, be held back in a class, or be expelled from school till completion of elementary education.
  • Most schools are required to constitute a School Management Committee (SMC), composed mainly of parents. Its main functions are to monitor the working of the school, monitor the utilisation of school grants and prepare the school development plan.
  • While Central and State Governments have joint funding responsibilities, the State Governments and Local Authorities are mainly responsible for implementation of the Act. • The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) and every State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) is responsible for monitoring the implementation of the Act, and for inquiring into complaints against violations of the Act.
  • A small proportion of schools are exempt from all or some of the provisions of the RTE Act.

 

3. Is the RTE Act applicable to all schools in India?

 

The RTE Act applies to all government , aided and private schools, including schools affiliated to state, national and international boards.

 

4, Which schools are exempt from all the provisions of the RTE Act?

 

  • Schools in the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
  • Madrassas, Vedic Patshalas and educational institutions primarily imparting religious instruction
  • Unaided minority schools are excluded from the Act, according to the 2012 Supreme Court Judgement.

 

5. Are some schools exempt from constituting a School Management Committee required by the RTE Act?

 

Yes. The Act exempts private unaided schools from constituting a School Management Committee. The Act also notes that School Management Committees in minority aided schools and government aided schools need perform advisory functions only. All other schools have to have a School Management Committee.

 

6. Are some schools exempt from the 25% free reservation requirement of the RTE Act?

 

Yes. Those schools like religious schools and minority unaided schools are exempt from this as they are exempt from the entire Act itself. Acting on the Supreme Court directive, the Central Government guideline notes that the 25% reservation requirement does not apply to boarding or residential schools which admit students only after Class 1. In boarding or residential schools which have Class 1, the 25% reservation applies to day scholarsonly.

 

7. What are the main features of the 2012 Amendment?

 

The main provisions of the 2012 Amendment to the RTE Act passed by both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha include:

  • Exemption of Madrassas, Vedic Patshalas and educational institutions imparting primarily religious instruction.
  • Expands the definition of ‘disadvantage’ to include children with disabilities, and broadens the definition of disability.
  • In minority aided schools and government aided schools, School Management Committees need perform advisory functions only.

 

8. What is the relationship of State Rules to the Act?

 

Each state is required to devise its Rules in order to help operationalise and enforce the RTE Act. To facilitate implementation, these Rules are meant to cover a number of areas including a listing of the duties of State Government and Local Authorities, the rights of children, the responsibilities of schools and teachers, the list of facilities required in every school and the compositions and functions of the School Management Committees. Between 2010-2012, all states have framed their own rules based to varying degrees on the Central Government Model Rules issued in 2010.

 

9. What is the relationship of existing State education Acts to the RTE Act?

 

On a concurrent subject like education, no State Act can be in violation of a Central Act like RTE. Therefore, provisions of State Education Acts have to be changed, where necessary, to be in line with the provisions of the RTE Act.

 

10. Where can I get the full texts of the RTE Act, the 2012 Amendment, the Maharashtra State Rules, Central Government Model Rules and other State Rules ?

RTE Act (English) : Click here.

RTE Act (Marathi):

 

RTE Act (Hindi): Click here.

Best Ways to Win Angry Parents

Let’s see the best ways to treat parents . Why do I feel to write this article ? Many time we teachers experienced the misbehavior of parents . Why do parents misbehave ? There may be several reasons . Let’s see how to solve this problem creatively .

When I was working in BPO industry , I was taught to handle unsatisfied customers. The best method they taught to us ,is hidden in one word . Let’s see that specific word . The word is ‘ LAST’ .

LAST is acronym of:  1. Listen 2. Apologize 3. Satisfy 4. Thanks

Thus the first task to calm down an angry parents is to listen them. Let them ventilate their grieves ,complaints or suggestions.

You should have a diary with you to note down their ideas ,suggestions.

Don’t interrupt while they speak . Give them complete freedom to speak .

Before you reply , just check yourself are you capable to reply them . In case you find difficult to answer , ask them to leave their contacts.  You should ensure them they will get call from you to discuss these points in detail latter on . Tell them their all points are very important . They will not only help to their children but good for entire school . In this way you will make them feel important.

If you are capable to reply , plan your answer . Reply them point to point as per your checklist you have written in your diary .

During this entire process ,the most important thing is to keep your mind cool . Some time some parents are highly educated . They may be very rich . They may be working at some higher posts  . So they may have become  egoist , arrogant . At that time remember that you are talking to the parents of your students . In case you find difficult to handle them , take the help of some experienced teachers in your school . And it is a great idea to have camera ( CCTV ) in parents teacher meeting room .

We , teachers should behave with parents respectfully . Give respect, take respect .

Mannerism plays important role while behaving with parents .

Mobile and Education

Mobile and Education go hand in hand , today we cannot isolate ourselves from power of internet . As it has become part and parcel of our life . Our children know the functionality of mobile . They know how to download different apps . They can spend their time playing games on mobile . Their this interest can be used for teaching them .

Many times illiterate or less qualified people know only misuses of mobile  . So they cannot understand the application of mobiles in education . They prohibit children to play on mobile . But truly saying these parents and children both should be provided with counseling for the educational uses of mobile .

They can read e-books on mobile .

Let’s see some useful apps :

  1. Dictionary.com  :  This app is compatible with iPhone , Blackberry , Android . Dictionary.com is a dictionary and thesaurus that provide access to nearly two million words. This app also says the words if you tap speaker icon .For this internet connection is not needed.
  2. Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock :  This app is compatible with iPhone, iPod etc. Using an accelerometer that monitors your sleep movement , the Sleep Cycle alarm clock wakes you up during your lightest  sleep phase . In theory this means that you should get up with more freshness .
  3. Mental case : This app helps to create notes .It helps to create flash cards which can be equipped with charts, pictures, animations, audio etc.
  4. Wikipanion : This app helps to surf Wikipedia, online encyclopedia etc. Its search speed is really amazing .
  5. Ez Read : This app will help you to read literature , poetry etc.

There are more than this , because nowadays , each and every seconds there is a explosion of knowledge . It has become very difficult to cope with this , I would like to advise that we should have some news app like NewsHunt , in our mobile which will help us to keep ourselves updated .

Students can enroll themselves to email notifications to different educational sites like Nasa.com .

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