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Thus, it is vitally important to learners and/or educators anytime and anywhere, business and other settings. The technology encompasses both educational and developmental material objects, such as machines and networking hardware, as well as theories such as instructional theory and learning facilities. ICT for education is an integral part of societies‟ everyday life, which refers to an array of tools and the principles for their effective application in learning process and facilities . ICT for behavioral and educational psychology is therefore, methodologies and techniques, and skills assessment for learners and educators in their learning provider institutions towards its impacts. ICT as the paradigm of educational and behavioral psychology is a dynamic and multi-factor aspect, including, Internet-based learning and instructional and learning theory, media perception and human social interactions, fields of study that apply human behavior to educational technology , .
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’Competency Management’ is HR activities aimed at optimizing the development and the use of employee competencies to increase individual and organizational effectiveness (Van Beirendonck, 1998). If Competency Mapping is successfully implemented and embedded can bring lot of advantages for the organization (Becker & Huselid, 1999). ‘Teaching competency’ is a professional expertise which a teacher posses and believed to be relevant to the successful teaching practices. Competencies required for teacher in higher educational sector are Academic Competency, Behavioral Competency, Professional Competency, Research Competency and Managerial
PART-B Proposed Research Work A Case Study of Value Based Unique Management Practices of Shree Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon A Synopsis of the Proposed Research Work To be submitted for Minor Research Project to University Grant Commission (UGC) :Submitted By: DR. BRIJMOHAN R. DAYMA (M.Com., SET, NET, G.D.C.&A., Ph.D.) Head, Dept. of Business Economics, Dayanand College of Commerce, Latur (Maharashtra) Phone: (02382) 240535, Mobi: 9421020331 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org June 2014 A Case Study of Value Based Unique Management Practices of Shree Gajanan Maharaj Sansthan, Shegaon INTRODUCTION In April 2001 the Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow held the first major Indian conference on values-based
ABSTRACT Information and Communication Technology in Higher Education makes teaching-learning process more effective, interesting and interactive. To know the impact of ICT in higher education we need to know the two basic things ICT and Education. This research article entitled ‘ICT and Higher Education’ aims at elaborating the basic concepts of E-learning from the point of teaching-learning process in higher education. The researcher has also pointed out the stages in ICT teaching-learning process & pinpointed the challenges in integrating ICT in higher education. Key Words : E-learning, ICT,ICT-Skills, etc.
2.4. Digital Literacy and skills In today’s world, digital literacy and skills reinforces real participation in fundamental parts of life and work. Furthermore, it is essential to own digital skills and competencies to take advantage of the growing power of technology access. Though many definitions of digital literacy exist, digital capabilities and proficiencies are best appreciated on a scale that ranges from basic practical skills to higher level specialised skills (UNESCO, 2017). Describing and understanding digital literacy may be simpler when its contrast with traditional proficiency.