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Steven Rudolph is an American educationist and best-selling author based in India. Founder of Jiva Public School, he has introduced the “Multiple Natures” theory and MN Test as tools to help students identify careers compatible with their personality types. He holds a masters degree in Education from Temple University.
steve@jiva.com

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A new psychological framework, Multiple Natures, identifies 9 aspects of an individual’s behavior, including Protective, Educative, Administrative, Creative, Healing, Entertaining, Providing, Entrepreneurial, and Adventurous. When combined with the multiple intelligences framework, it provides an accurate means for identifying and nurturing of talent and for selecting appropriate career paths. The model forms the basis for a new psychometric test that has effectively assisted students and parents in the selection of streams and the professional planning process.

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Subrata Chattopadhyay is M.sc, B.T., M.phil(Education) and has successfully completed a certificate in educational Management.
princiacademy@gmail.com

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Environmental Adjustment refers to a harmonious relationship between the person and the environment that affords him comfortable life devoid of strain, stress, conflict and frustration. The present researcher has made an attempt to study the existing adjustment problems of the students, which involve social, emotional & educational dimensions, in respect of Academic performance. The study revealed that the boys and girls from private schools are well adjusted and academically performed better than the boys and girls from Govt. Schools.

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Subrata Sarkar is State Program Manager, DE, AIF Orissa. He holds a Masters in Political Science with a specialization in Political Sociology. He has an additional specialization in International Relations including Defence and Strategic Studies apart from holding a bachelors in law. His area of academic interest focuses on effective integration of technology in teaching learning.
subrat.sarkar@aif.org

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The paper focuses on the “Resource Centre Training Model," in juxtaposition to the "DE classic model" which is based on our past learning’s and sets a new benchmark, through an intelligent program design, based on a very focused and well defined strategy. The model is unique in the sense that it is completely embedded within the Government system and gets its energy and propelling force from the system itself.

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Sumit Narula is a lecturer in Amity University, NOIDA in the department of Communication studies and he specializes in Communication and Indian Education system.
suminarula@gmail.com

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The present paper will focus on role of Value Education System in Present Education scenario in India.

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Sunil Batra is deeply involved with viable school innovation, educational leadership, teacher and curriculum development, parent education and research in education. He is the Director Education of Shikshantar, Gurgaon and teaches education leadership at the M.A. level. He also provides support to institutions that work for enduring educational change.
sunilbatra07@gmail.com

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Change is inevitable and may emerge because of internal or external reasons. Not all change may lead to development or improvement. Preparing for change means developing a vision for progress or advancement. Facilitating change can be emotionally, intellectually and socially challenging. Change facilitation involves understanding the nature of structures and processes that enable and disable change in educational institutions. This presentation will identify key areas to define change in the context of school education in India.

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SUNIL KUMAR,am MA,B.Ed. Iam serving as principal in 'The Aditya Birla Public School,Kharach',Kosamba,Bharuch,Gujarat.I have been teaching for 16 years in different schools. It also includes my administrative experience of about 7 years. I was conferred with the best teacher award by the YKSKS Foundation in 1997. I had visited four schools in England as a member of group study exchange programme sponsored by the Rotary Foundation in the year 2003.
abps.principal@adityabirla.com

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The theme based teaching learning is a process in which a pre designed curriculum is implemented by carrying out a series of activities woven around a particular theme. The system follows an interdisciplinary approach. The themes are chosen in such a manner that all concepts across different subjects relevant to the children of age 3 to 8 years are extensively covered. Students learn without textbooks. The TBTL aims at the implementation of NCF 2005. The method is an acceptable means of postponing formal education until such time as the pupil is ready for it.

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Suruchi Dubey is a part time lecturer in Krishna Girls Engineering College, Kanpur. She is also pursuing research from lucknow university.She has qualified NET exam. She has attended many seminar and conferences at national and international level. Her research papers have been published previously as well.
suruchi78_dubey@rediffmail.com

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The need of highly sustainable professional development. t. Professional development increases job satisfaction. It help them a lot to open new avenues of learning.. There are constraints that prohibit professional development like funding, time constraint, lack of understanding of quality professional development that limit their march forward to reach their pinnacle of professional success in true sense.

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Syed Sultan Ahmed is a founder of EduMedia, Educator, Life-skills Specialist, Publisher of Mentor Magazine & Film Producer. He constantly creates avenues to add value to children, his psychosocial understanding of children make him a very effective trainer for educators. A popular host of events, by qualification Chemical Engineer, certified NLP practitioner and Master Trainer from DaleCarnegie.
sultan@edumediaindia.com

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The current education system in India is adept in equipping and assessing the scholastic development of children. However, there is an immediate need to strengthen the co-scholastic areas like life-skills, values and attitudes to equip students to face real life challenges. “Audio-visual technology and their respective media can make a significant contribution to a value based learning curriculum” (Rickelman & Henk). Thus, co-scholastic skills can be effectively nurtured by a medium that is entertaining and impactful.

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Dr Tilak, Professor at the NUPEA, has earlier taught at the Delhi University, Indian Institute of Education, University of Virginia, Hiroshima University and Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning; was on the research staff of the World Bank. Recipient of Swami Pranavananda Saraswati award of the UGC for research in education and Dr Malcolm Adiseshiah award for contributions to Development Studies.
jtilak@nuepa.org

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As elementary education is getting universalised, the focus shifts towards secondary education. It is necessary that plans for universalisation of secondary education are initiated. Eleventh five year plan has proposed large scale expansion of secondary education, which will improve both quality and equity in secondary education. However, a significant part of the expansion is proposed to be made under a model of public-private partnership. There are various forms of PPP. The paper discusses issues involved in public-private partnership in secondary education.

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Valsa Williams is the head of corporate affairs group at Intel for North & East of India. The Intel initiative is one of the major programs under this group. She has been in the IT industry for over 27 years. She has worked in Intel in various roles with a focus on ICT adoption in the govt. and educational vertical across Asia. Valsa holds a M.Degree from Pune (India) and has several management and Technology courses to her credit.
valsa.williams@intel.com

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CCE refers to an assessment system that covers formative and summative assessment. Intel’s focus at the K-12 level via it’s decade old Intel® Teach Program, has been on technology aided project based learning aided by tools, training and resources to enhance an understanding as well as usage of assessment practices which help nurture and develop student centered classrooms, 21st century skills among students as well as a holistic development of the student via use of a range of formative and summative assessment practices. This coupled with appropriate technology integration at every stage, helps to greatly enhance the quality of the teaching-learning process and brings about the true development of a 21st century citizen.

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