The students and parents believes in supplementary education like coaching for passing an exam or cracking a competitive examination. BBA-MBA (2014-19) TY Page 3 Masc arenhas (2014, April 1). The great Indian tuition and coaching industry. DNA Retrieved from http://www.dnaindia.com/academy/report-the- great-indian- tuition-and-
h. Financial education for poor people to teach the basic knowledge of financial, so they could take the best financial management and help them from poverty to prosperity. Citi Peka had allocate USD 401.000 to this program from 2014 until 2012, collaborate with LMFE-UI to reach the micro-entrepreneur in various provinces. LMFE-UI gave training for more than 526 trainer that consisting of cooperatives, Bank Credit (BPR) and microfinance institution will directly related with around 43.252 clients
Student who has higher financial knowledge is more likely to engage in more responsible credit card use. Jing j Xiao, Franzsika E, Noring and Joan G Anderson in his paper college’s student attitude towards credit card. They constructed an instrument to measure college student attitude towards credit card. They also run a chi square to indicate the factors associated with difference in attitude towards credit card use comprising three component affective, cognitive, behavioral included number of credit card owned, number of all card owned, time of using credit
China’s education system offers nine years of compulsory education and the admittance to colleges are cutthroat in China. Although the education system is hailed as one of the best systems in the world consistently producing best students but there is a great disparity between the students from rural area and those from the major cities of China. Around 60 million students from the rural areas are left behind in this rat race, while many of the children from the urban areas attend schools with sophisticated technology and highly qualified teachers. Rural students cannot compete with their counterparts from the urban areas and as a result most of the young people travel to factories in Guangdong province and other industrial provinces for
It was the beginning of my senior year, when I was first introduced to machine learning, through the course Artificial Intelligence (CSE 401), which subsequently helped me to get acquainted with its manifold applications in data science. My first project was to implement a “Medical diagnostic system” with the help of supervised learning. This was the time when I realized how much helpful will data science be on pursuing my goal of solving social problems. I also worked on an interesting project on data science, titled “Data Clustering on Academic Data”. This project was focused on analyzing a big student dataset to predict the student behavior, their academic prospect, result evaluation.
And does real-time simulation encourages levels of student preparation and participation? To answer these questions, we use a smart phone application called Metatrader4 for simulating real-time exchange rate which students can trade any major currency pairs the same time as the real currency market. The study was set for junior students majored in International Business enrolled in International Finance course in the past academic year (2014). At the end of the course, we measured success of the course by interviewing some students by doing focus groups. Last but not least, to explore student attitude and engagement, we administered a further questionnaire that sought to measure student opinions on the
An Empirical Study on Motivations of Chinese College Students Learning ESP: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective Abstract: This empirical study mainly investigates the motivational orientations of Chinese college students studying English for Specific Purposes (ESP) learning, which can be categorized as a specific part of the L2 learning. By adopting a Self-Determination Theory (SDT) perspective and taking results of recent empirical studies on L2 learning into account, the researcher designed a questionnaire to investigate those non-English major students who learn ESP during their junior year in a globalization-oriented university in South China. Since ESP is different from EGP (English for General Purposes) in that ESP is more concentrated on language learning and use in specific area of business, but EGP is for more general purposes such as daily life and work, the researcher expected the students to be more extrinsically motivated. By using SPSS as the analytic tool, the researcher found that most students tend to be extrinsically motivated, with less intrinsic motivations. This leads to a discussion of what strategies can be used to motivate Chinese college ESP learners.
College Fair Reflection Ha Min Noh Bandung Alliance Intercultural School In the College Fair, I visited Dordt College, Sino British College, and iCLA. Dordt college was from the United States, Sino British College from Shanghai, and iCLA from Japan. I learned about the specialities, the environment, scholarship, majors, and many other important information about the colleges. The first college I visited was Dordt College. According to Adam Adams, a person who is in charge of admission in Dordt College, Dordt college is a special school in that “it is a number 1 school in the United States for student engagement.” Moreover, this school cares for “academic, social, and spiritual development of students, and help them to understand
Financial literacy has gained importance both in developed as well as emerging economies in the last decade. In India, an initiative was launched by Reserve Bank of India in 2007 to establish Financial Literacy and Counseling Centers to promote financial education and counseling to urban and rural population throughout the country (Arora, 2016). Similarly, In Nepal, to promote financial literacy, there are many programs held by government, nongovernment organization (NGOs) and private sector. Nepal Rastra Bank launched a program ‘NRB with Students’ for enhancing the financial literacy among students. United States have also set up a counsel to offer financial education and increase access to financial services in 2008 (Arora, 2016).
A study of UNESCO 2006 claimed that there are approximately 2.5 million students studying and working in other countries all over the world. It showed obviously that internationalization and globalization have been playing an important role in orienting young people to find dream jobs. 3.1 Highlight the curriculum vitae Global Internships provides students the practical working experiences that are necessary to be outstanding in today 's competitive job market. Moreover, it not only highlights your curriculum vitae but also globalizes your career path in the future (CEA, 2016) International educators believed that the students can show their potential for the position which are global competencies and skills if the students know how to master them from international internship experience. Therefore, this research will be conducted to understand student’s motivations in making