To apply write to email@example.com 1 Role Full-time 2 Designation Consultant (Assistant Program Manager, Parag) 3 Location Bangalore(HSR Layout) [https://goo.gl/maps/ZcL3Fa7fdcr] 4 Employer Sir Ratan Tata Trusts, Tata Trusts 5 Contract /On rolls: Contract 6 Duration One year Our work Tata Trusts is one of India’s oldest and largest philanthropic institutions working strengthening different areas of social... Continue Reading →
There is an urgent requirement for an RA at IIITB for a study being done to understand the impact of a quality of education intervention in Gubbi Taluk, Tumakuru District, Karnataka. Details are given at http://www.ilpnet.org/research-assistant.
first posted @ http://www.northbound.co.in/ma-in-education/ What can you do with a Master of Arts in Education or MA in Education? Teach, probably? Most of us think that a course in Education would only lead to a job as a teacher in a school. But teaching is only one of the different roles you could be involved... Continue Reading →
XSEED is looking for Education Coach and Regional Education Coaches (both young and experienced teaching professionals) to anchor our program implementation in 3000+ schools. About Us: XSEED has gained a reputation as one of the most exciting education companies in the world today. It is currently expanding its international footprint. XSEED’s core capability lies in the learning,... Continue Reading →
Somebody wants me to write a chapter on the overall profile of Indian education in a forthcoming book. That has made me to think about its main character and I am tempted call it `Colonial-Brahminical’. Let me elaborate.
The colonial origins of formal education in India are well known. Its purpose was to create middle and lower-level functionaries in colonial administration who understood English. They were expected to be the `interpreters’ between the colonial rulers and the millions of Indians. Facilitating social change or industrial and economic development was not the objective of this education. That was also a time when Britain was moving away from apprenticeships as part of schooling for the potential industrial workers, and accepting a `liberal’ education which intended to provide the same kind of schooling for a specific number of years to all students. The ideas of such a `liberal’ education had also influenced the…
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Comparative Education Society of India CESI (A Constituent of the World Congress of Comparative Education Societies) CALL FOR PAPERS 9th International Conference, 2018 Conference Theme: 'Modernity, Transformative Social Identities and Education in Comparative Contexts' 14-16 December, 2018 Organised By Maharaja Sayajirao University, Vadodara Last date for submission of abstracts: 15th July 2018 Acceptance of... Continue Reading →
Baale Mane, a girls home near Hessarghatta in North Bangalore is urgently seeking two new members of their skills and education team and need quite specific applicants. Please find attached the two job descriptions: Part time Life Skills trainer and for a Full time Education and Independence Programme Manager We would prefer women-only applicants for... Continue Reading →
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