A Huge Crisis of Education

EDUCATION

Education squeeze the key to the country’s advancement. It acts as a remedy against backward philosophy, blind custom, belief, etc. An educated nation is a forward-looking nation, self-aware and self-confident. Regrettably, when we start our journey as a Republic, our proficiency rates were awfully low.

Over the years, a big section of the people gains an elementary contact of the three ‘Rs’, yet the basic standards remain poor. There is no discuss the fact that the degree-holders of today by and large lag the graduates of a prior period when the standards of education were far superior.

Governments have failed to ccure the issue of falling educational standards, with both the standards of teaching and the quality of the taught leaving much to be want. In this condition, surveys by NGOs active in the field have frequently underlined the issues in the education sector, though determined reforms have been hard to come by.

Last week, the delivery of the Annual Status of Education Report produces a fresh conversation on the continuing delay in the educational field. The Right to Education Act made basic education an elemental right for those in the 6-14 age group. In the eight years since its establishment, it has helped enhanced the enrolment in this age group, with only 5.3 percent of children remaining out of the school system. This is most encouraging. These findings in the ASER report were integrated from the field survey conducted by the NGO Pratham.

Even after the age of 15, a clear majority of students continued to stay enrolled, the drop-out rate being a relatively small eight percent. It is in this factor, that a demand that the ambit of the RTE law be enhanced to cover children up to the age 18 years has been made. This would boost the poor to keep their young in school till they finish secondary education.

Though, the Government in recent years has put significance on skill development, the social bias against basic job-oriented skills for being. An earlier survey had found that a sizable percentage of school teachers themselves had failed the fundamental test usually given to the students they are meant to teach. The whole educational system is broken. Without fixing it, country looking at a bleak future, waste away the potential a very young population holds for the country.

Bruno Miller is a chief editor at MarketPRNews. He has 13 + years of experience in Content Writing & blogging. His hobbies are Travelling, Reading and learning new things.

GCC region is under construction with the combined project value of over $2.3 billion

Digital-Signage

GCC Digital Signage Market (2017-2023): Market Forecast By Components (Display Screens, Content Players and Software), By Display Screen Types (Single Screen, Video Wall or Multi Screen and Digital Signage Kiosk), By Display Screen Technologies (LED, OLED and QLED), By Display Screen Size (Below 40”, 40”-55” and Above 55”), By End User Applications (Government & Transportation, Retail, Healthcare & Hospitality, Education, Entertainment, Banks & Financial Institutions and Commercial Offices & Buildings), By Countries (Saudi Arabia, Bahrain & Oman, UAE, Qatar and Kuwait) and Competitive Landscape.

The GCC region is currently home to over 18,000 projects nearing completion and under construction with the combined project value of over $2.3 billion. The region hosts various international events on yearly basis and would be the host of two major events – Qatar FIFA World Cup in 2022 and Dubai Expo 2020. These factors have pushed the construction of indoor as well as outdoor infrastructure and is offering huge opportunities for the marketers to showcase their products and services on the international platform, which has led to the demand for digital signage solutions in the region.

GCC digital signage market is forecast grow at a CAGR of 12% during 2017 to 2023. The development of commercial infrastructure owing to increasing dependence of government in the region on non-hydrocarbon economic sectors such as Tourism, Hospitality, Education and Retail has led to rapid growth of digital signage market in the GCC region. The propensity to spend of the Gulf countries on digital advertisement and continuous innovation in technology have also contributed to the growth of the market.

Amongst all verticals, retail, hospitality & government & transportation verticals have captured majority of the market revenue share in the overall GCC digital signage market. UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar have led the market in terms of both revenues and volume. Key players in the market include LG, Samsung, Sharp, Panasonic, Mood Media, NEC, Sony, Toshiba, BenQ, Scala, and Navori.

The report thoroughly covers GCC digital signage market by components, display screen types, display screen technologies, display screen size, content media players, software, verticals, applications, regions, and competitive landscape. The report provides an unbiased and detailed analysis of the on-going trends, opportunities/ high growth areas, market drivers which would help the stakeholders to decide and align their market strategies according to the current and future market dynamics.


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Access Fund Releases Video About How to Use Restop Bags

(1888 PressRelease) Growing concerns over human waste prompts education of climbers and other outdoors enthusiasts.

ESCONDIDO, Calif., – Human waste is a growing concern in climbing areas. Access Fund, the national advocacy organization that protects America’s climbing, just released a video about how to use a Restop bag. The video demonstrates that Restop is easy to use, easy to carry and easy to dispose of, all while helping the environment and reducing the spread of disease.

“Access Fund wants to assure climbers and other outdoor enthusiasts that packing it out is not as gross or intimidating as it might sound,” explained Ty Tyler, Access Fund’s Stewardship Director. “Our goal is to educate people on the importance and ease of proper disposal of human waste.”

To view the new video and learn how to use Restop bags, visit www.Restop.com or https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWWY3gneH5M&feature=youtu.be.

Restop’s Western Region Sales Manager Lou Ortego added, “Self-contained disposable toilets provide safe, clean solutions to help keep our parks and other outdoor recreational areas clean as well as help prevent fecal-oral transmission of deadly diseases.”

Restop products provide access to hygienic solutions that contain human waste as well as antimicrobial wipes for cleaning hands after use. The RS2 solid and liquid waste bags featured in the video have a “bag within a bag” design to contain and neutralize both liquid and solid waste. The disposable toilets can then be placed in trash receptacles for safe disposal in landfills.

The bags are inexpensive and small enough to conveniently carry.

Restop is currently offering 20 percent off purchases in the continental United States through its website at www.Restop.com. Restop products are also available at retailers throughout the country (see www.restop.com/retailers for a current list) and at some national parks. For more information about Restop solutions, visit www.Restop.com.

About Restop
Restop is a division of American Innotek, a privately held company. Restop specializes in the design and manufacture of innovative, portable human waste disposal products. Its ISO-certified manufacturing facility is located in Southern California. For more information about Restop solutions, visit www.Restop.com.

Donald Hood is a freelance writer. He spends most of his time reading everything he could get his hands on. He is a programmer, a motivational writer and speaker.

ASSK Launches its Education Global Gateway Program for Students who want to study Abroad

(1888 PressRelease) ASSK Academy – India’s leading institution for business and management recently started its Education Global Gateway Program that focuses on providing students quality education in different countries of the world.

In its initial stage ASSK has started facilitating education programs in Canada, Georgia, Belarus, Russia and Kyrgyzstan. At present ASSK is one of the premier educational institutes in India and the academy has now Iaunched this special program for student who wish to go abroad for their studies. With an expert team of professional and counselors, ASSK is all set to make a mark in the education sector with their Education Global Gateway Program.

The program comprises of a variety of courses at different locations of the planet. At present ASSK has started facilitating these programs in Canada: Business Administration Management 2 years (1 year Study + 1 year Co-op/Internship), Health Care Assistant 8 Months (Includes Clinical), Diploma in Early Childhood Education 18 Months. (Includes Practicum), Practical Nursing 18 Months. (Includes clinical preceptor-ship), Post Graduate Diploma in Global Business Management 18 Months. (9 month study+ 9 months Co-op/Internship at Sprott Shaw College Vancouver. Talking about other courses, ASSK offers 6 years MBBS in Moscow and Belarus, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan. Apart from that it also facilitates Aircraft Engineering 4 years Bachelor Degree, 2 years Master Degree, Spacecraft Engineering 4 years Bachelor Degree, 2 years Master Degree, Aircraft Engines 4 years Bachelor Degree, 2 years Master Degree, Avionics and Electrical Engineering 4 years Bachelor Degree, 2 years Master Degree at Moscow Aviation Institute in Moscow.

Not only this under the Education Global Gateway Program ASSK offers Engineering ( In Russian Language), Business Management, Faculty of Architecture and Construction, Faculty of Economy and Management, Faculty of Transportation, Faculty of Cybernetics and Information Technologies programs at the reputed The Osh Technological University. In Georgia, the institute is offering students International Relation 4 years, Business Administration 4 years, Diploma in IATA (International Air Transport Association ) 10 months, Georgian Language 9 months, Global Marketing 9 months, Hotel Management 9 months, Nursing 9 months (3 months theory + 6 months practical) and Hospital Management 9 months at the prestigious Tbilisi International Academy. These were the special programs that ASSK Academy facilitates under its Education Global Gateway program. Students interested in studying abroad can get more knowledge about the specializations and universities at ASSK’s official website www.assk.in

ASSK Academy of Business and Management, an ISO 9001:2008 certified academy, is one of the fastest growing and innovative institute committed to develop programs designed to equip future professionals with new age competence, clairvoyant vision and high levels of integrity. Each student undergoes a complete transformation from an aspiring individual to a talented professional who will be ready to take challenges and derive the best results from every opportunity he gets over his/her life time.

Donald Hood is a freelance writer. He spends most of his time reading everything he could get his hands on. He is a programmer, a motivational writer and speaker.