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How to Create a Course On EduRev
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Goal Setting & Goal Achieving
4 Videos
Calculations made Easy - Vedic Maths tricks (in English)
15 Videos
Time Management (वेळ व्यवस्थापन)
9 Videos
Learn to Calculate - Vedic Math (in Hindi)
18 Videos
Begin with “I” by Rohit Sethi
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Fast/Vedic/Quick Maths for Easy Calculations(in English)
34 Videos
Understanding the art of Public Speaking: Become a better speaker
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Psychology Fundamentals: Learning Made Easy
40 Videos
Acing the Quarter-life by Rohit Sethi
33 Docs
What is Philosophy - Science or Religion?
46 Videos
Become an Expert: Mind Mapping
3 Videos
Confessions of an Outlaw: A Creativity Workshop
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How to start a Podcast : Step by Step Video tutorial
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Philosophy of Education: Introductory Course
17 Videos
Value Education Course by Let's tute
16 Videos
Interior Designing: A Basic Training
53 Videos
Understanding Copyright and Fair Use for Education
8 Videos
What is Home Automation?
29 Videos
Crash Course for UPSC aspirants
119 Docs | 179 Videos | 4 Tests
ATLAS: Map based learning for UPSC CSE
63 Docs | 17 Videos | 15 Tests
Verbal Ability (VA) & Reading Comprehension (RC)
157 Docs | 102 Videos | 166 Tests
Mathematics for Class 5: NCERT
73 Docs | 36 Videos | 45 Tests
Legal Reasoning for CLAT
103 Docs | 74 Videos | 60 Tests
English for CLAT
32 Docs | 33 Videos | 58 Tests
Logical Reasoning for CLAT
27 Docs | 19 Videos | 67 Tests
Quantitative Techniques for CLAT
35 Docs | 56 Videos | 91 Tests
Mock Test Series for CLAT
9 Docs | 2 Videos | 77 Tests
Mathematics for Class 5
55 Docs | 12 Videos | 35 Tests
Current Affairs & General Knowledge
633 Docs | 134 Videos | 35 Tests
CLAT Past Year Papers (2008-2022)
10 Docs | 15 Tests
100 RCs for Practice
119 Docs | 32 Videos
English Grammar
33 Docs | 30 Videos | 87 Tests
Crash Course for CAT
743 Videos | 33 Tests
Mock Test Series for AILET (UG)
14 Docs | 30 Tests
Verbal for GMAT
45 Docs | 43 Videos | 59 Tests
Integrated Reasoning for GMAT
33 Docs | 24 Videos | 24 Tests
Daily GK & Current Affairs Tests
270 Tests
Crash Course for CLAT
249 Videos
Passage Based Questions for CLAT Preparation
118 Docs | 6 Videos
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) for GMAT
110 Docs | 28 Videos
Fun Learning with Games
10 Videos
Hindi Grammar class 4
55 Docs | 18 Videos | 6 Tests
English Grammar Class 7
142 Docs | 38 Videos | 53 Tests
English Grammar Class 5
79 Docs | 38 Videos | 29 Tests
Speaking for IELTS
202 Docs | 60 Videos
Listening for IELTS
17 Docs | 104 Videos
Tips & Tricks to score 9 Bands in IELTS
1 Docs | 17 Videos
Reading for Academic IELTS
128 Docs | 25 Videos
Writing for Academic IELTS
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ECONOMICS PROJECT CLASS 12 TOPIC - SELF HELP GROUP | CBSE BOARD EXAM 2021
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GS2 PYQ (Mains Answer Writing): Micro Financing and Self Help Groups
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Cryogenic Engineering - Self Assesment
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Machine Learning II - Unsupervised Learning
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Inductive Learning and Unsupervised Learning
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Inductive Learning and Unsupervised Learning
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Inductive Learning
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Learning: Boosting
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Machine Learning II - Unsupervised Learning
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Learning I - Supervised Learning Machine
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National Self Determination
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Learning Registry
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Learning Principles
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Self-Exploration
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07 Getting Help
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Supervised Learning
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Deep Learning
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We can't help everyone but everyone can help someone
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Unsupervised Learning
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Learning - 1
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Factual Passage: Self Esteem
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People Who Help Us
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Self & Personality - 1
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Self & Personality - 2
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Self Induction and Self Inductance
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Self Induction
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Self & Personality 05
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Test: Self Bias
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Test: Self Inductance - 1
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10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Self and Personality
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Self Inductance - 2
10 Questions | 45 min
Test: Self and Personality- 2
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: People who help us- 1
10 Questions | 15 min
Test: People who help us- 2
10 Questions | 15 min
Test: Self and Personality- 1
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Self Purification of Natural Streams
9 Questions | 30 min
Test: Power Screws & Self Locking Screws
10 Questions | 20 min
Test: Self and Personality- Assertion & Reason Type Questions
10 Questions | 20 min
Test: Self and Personality- Case Based Type Questions
11 Questions | 24 min
An Overview Ancient India-QUIZ
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Cleasning Agents
5 Questions | 5 min
Test: Hydrodynamics Bearing
9 Questions | 20 min
Test: Meaning of Derivatives
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Meaning Clarity
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Toothed Gearing - 3
20 Questions | 60 min
Meaning & Scope Of Accounting
19 Questions | 38 min
Test: Toothed Gearing - 2
10 Questions | 30 min
Test: Toothed Gearing - 1
10 Questions | 30 min
Test: Design Of Absorption Tower (NTU, HTU, HETP)
10 Questions | 20 min
Test: Bearing Capacity & Shallow Foundation
10 Questions | 30 min
Test: Geometric meaning of the Zeroes
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Nature and Meaning of Law- 1
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Nature and Meaning of Law- 2
15 Questions | 15 min
Test: Meaning And Scope Of Accounting - 3
11 Questions | 11 min
Test: Developments leading to Bohr's Model of Atom
15 Questions | 15 min
Test: Meaning And Scope Of Accounting - 2
15 Questions | 15 min
Test: Meaning And Scope Of Accounting - 1
30 Questions | 30 min
Test: Frictional Forces On Collar Bearing, Pivot Bearings And Disks
15 Questions | 30 min
Test: पद परिचय - 2
15 Questions | 30 min
Olympiad Test: Natural Resources- 3
10 Questions | 20 min
Test: Formal Letters- 2
15 Questions | 10 min
Test: वर्ण - विचार
15 Questions | 30 min
Test: शब्द विचार
15 Questions | 30 min
Test: Phrases & Idioms - 2
15 Questions | 30 min
Test: Integrated Grammar
10 Questions | 10 min
Olympiad Test: Atoms and Molecules- 1
10 Questions | 20 min
Test: शब्द भंडार
10 Questions | 20 min
Test: Email Writing - 1
10 Questions | 10 min
Olympiad Test Level 2: Alphabet Test
15 Questions | 30 min
Olympiad Test Level 2: Data Handling
10 Questions | 20 min
Olympiad Test Level 2: Fun With Numbers
15 Questions | 30 min
Olympiad Test Level 2: Geometry
15 Questions | 30 min
Olympiad Test Level 2: Decimals
15 Questions | 30 min
Olympiad Test Level 2: Length, Weight And Volume
10 Questions | 20 min
Olympiad Test Level 1: Birds and Common Insects
20 Questions | 40 min
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Is edurev notes Helpful to prepare neet exam. Cause I m afraid that all my other friends go to reputed coaching institutes and I decided to do self study. Will this edurev notes and learning ncert help me in getting a good rank in Neet UG .?
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can only self study help crack neet 2018?
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I just want a self written story in English somebody help me plss?
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help me to make timetable for self study plzzz
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Im a 3rd year mechanical student 3 rd year .can any 1 help me in self study preparation to crack gate exam? pls.?
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can you help me about the learning process of derviations
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Can I have notes in learning derivation or any video suggestion???? please help me!!?
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Self help group class 12 project economics?
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Self reliance indian independence and help sharecroppers was all bound together says louis fischer. in what way is self reliance essential to achieve great things in life?
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Explain the role of self help groups in the rural society?
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Self help group class 12 project Please send me how could I do it?
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Is edurev App good for preparing neet exam . Will the edurev notes help me for my preparation of neet UG? As I doing self study. Will this help me?
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please help me in learning biology.
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How did the learning of french help Helen Keller?
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I am getting confused in few of the phylums while learning Can i get some help?
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How can you help your mother in keeping the fried items so that they do not develop a bad smell and their self life is increased?
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Direction: Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below. Certain words/phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering the question.A million people in the UK are planning to give up being self-employed after seeing their earnings ____ (A) ____ by the COVID-19 pandemic.Ahead of official figures on Tuesday that are likely to show a further jump in unemployment, a report from the London School of Economics found that a two-decade-long trend in favor of more people working for themselves was under threat.The study by the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) found that in August – a month that saw the economy rebounding from the first lockdown – 58% of the UK’s 5 million self-employed had less work than normal. A fifth of the self-employed anticipated quitting altogether, rising to 58% for those under the age of 25.Stephen Machin, co-author of the report and director of the CEP said: “While the growth in self-employment has been one of the key trends in the labor market in the past two decades, there are now early signals that this trend could be set to reverse.”“By the summer, there had already been a sharp fall in the number of self-employed workers – this may be primarily due to the lockdown, but for some, it will be due to realizing the risks of self-employment.”The CEP, which questioned 1,500 self-employed workers, found that 32% of respondents to its survey had fewer than 10 hours of work a week in August.By contrast, more than a quarter (28%) of self-employed people who find work through digital apps in the gig economy said they had more work than usual in August. But the CEP said its survey found that 78% of these app workers felt their health was at risk while working.Rishi Sunak has supported the incomes of self-employed workers affected by the pandemic through the self-employment income support scheme (SEISS), which offers grants of 80% of their usual earnings but has been criticized for being badly targeted and failing to help many freelancers and contractors. The Treasury select committee has said more than a million workers have slipped through the support net.Maria Ventura, co-author of the report and research assistant at CEP, said: “The government support for the self-employed to date, while valuable for those eligible, has not reached all self-employed workers, and the newly self-employed appear to be particularly vulnerable. The extension of support through to April 2021 and the recently announced changes further widen the gap between those eligible and those ineligible for SEISS grants.”Which of the following words is most Similar in meaning to “Vulnerable” given in bold as used in the given passage? a)Defensibleb)Insusceptiblec)Unexposedd)EndangeredCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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Direction: Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below. Certain words/phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering the question.A million people in the UK are planning to give up being self-employed after seeing their earnings ____ (A) ____ by the COVID-19 pandemic.Ahead of official figures on Tuesday that are likely to show a further jump in unemployment, a report from the London School of Economics found that a two-decade-long trend in favor of more people working for themselves was under threat.The study by the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) found that in August – a month that saw the economy rebounding from the first lockdown – 58% of the UK’s 5 million self-employed had less work than normal. A fifth of the self-employed anticipated quitting altogether, rising to 58% for those under the age of 25.Stephen Machin, co-author of the report and director of the CEP said: “While the growth in self-employment has been one of the key trends in the labor market in the past two decades, there are now early signals that this trend could be set to reverse.”“By the summer, there had already been a sharp fall in the number of self-employed workers – this may be primarily due to the lockdown, but for some, it will be due to realizing the risks of self-employment.”The CEP, which questioned 1,500 self-employed workers, found that 32% of respondents to its survey had fewer than 10 hours of work a week in August.By contrast, more than a quarter (28%) of self-employed people who find work through digital apps in the gig economy said they had more work than usual in August. But the CEP said its survey found that 78% of these app workers felt their health was at risk while working.Rishi Sunak has supported the incomes of self-employed workers affected by the pandemic through the self-employment income support scheme (SEISS), which offers grants of 80% of their usual earnings but has been criticized for being badly targeted and failing to help many freelancers and contractors. The Treasury select committee has said more than a million workers have slipped through the support net.Maria Ventura, co-author of the report and research assistant at CEP, said: “The government support for the self-employed to date, while valuable for those eligible, has not reached all self-employed workers, and the newly self-employed appear to be particularly vulnerable. The extension of support through to April 2021 and the recently announced changes further widen the gap between those eligible and those ineligible for SEISS grants.”Which of the following is similar in meaning to the below-given word that is shown in the given passage boldly.Ineligiblea)Qualifiedb)Acceptablec)Trammeld)IncompetentCorrect answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?
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I'm planning to start a self drive car rentals need some suggestions for the setup like permissions etc and anyone interested can help me in funding as a partner.
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I want some advice to learn eco and dp quickly as I fell very sleepy while learning them Plz help?
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Tanya wants to start a play school. She wants to adapt the most effective teaching style that will encourage the young mind in the learning process and help them develop critical thinking skill. Therefore, she considers different teaching styles namely, lecture method, coach style, activity based learning and group based?
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Give a short essay on Self Help Groups Following points are needed: 1) Introduction 2) What is SHG 3) Functions of SHG 4) Benefits of being a member of SHG 5) SHG and women empowerment 6) Conclusion?
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Direction: Read the following passage carefully and answer the question given below. Certain words/phrases are given in bold to help you locate them while answering the question.A million people in the UK are planning to give up being self-employed after seeing their earnings ____ (A) ____ by the COVID-19 pandemic.Ahead of official figures on Tuesday that are likely to show a further jump in unemployment, a report from the London School of Economics found that a two-decade-long trend in favor of more people working for themselves was under threat.The study by the LSE’s Centre for Economic Performance (CEP) found that in August – a month that saw the economy rebounding from the first lockdown – 58% of the UK’s 5 million self-employed had less work than normal. A fifth of the self-employed anticipated quitting altogether, rising to 58% for those under the age of 25.Stephen Machin, co-author of the report and director of the CEP said: “While the growth in self-employment has been one of the key trends in the labor market in the past two decades, there are now early signals that this trend could be set to reverse.”“By the summer, there had already been a sharp fall in the number of self-employed workers – this may be primarily due to the lockdown, but for some, it will be due to realizing the risks of self-employment.”The CEP, which questioned 1,500 self-employed workers, found that 32% of respondents to its survey had fewer than 10 hours of work a week in August.By contrast, more than a quarter (28%) of self-employed people who find work through digital apps in the gig economy said they had more work than usual in August. But the CEP said its survey found that 78% of these app workers felt their health was at risk while working.Rishi Sunak has supported the incomes of self-employed workers affected by the pandemic through the self-employment income support scheme (SEISS), which offers grants of 80% of their usual earnings but has been criticized for being badly targeted and failing to help many freelancers and contractors. The Treasury select committee has said more than a million workers have slipped through the support net.Maria Ventura, co-author of the report and research assistant at CEP, said: “The government support for the self-employed to date, while valuable for those eligible, has not reached all self-employed workers, and the newly self-employed appear to be particularly vulnerable. The extension of support through to April 2021 and the recently announced changes further widen the gap between those eligible and those ineligible for SEISS grants.”Which of the following words given in the option should come at the place marked as (A) in the above paragraph to make it grammatically correct and meaningful.a)Replenishedb)Fabricatedc)Decimatedd)DecimatedCorrect answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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The notion of ________ is based on Bandura’s social learning theory.a)self-esteemb)self-efficacyc)self-regulationd)self-cognitionCorrect answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?
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Sugata Mitra did an odd experiment. He placed a PC inside a wall behind a plastic shield in a New Dehli slum. Connected to the internet, with a mouse to manipulate it, Mitra simply powered it up and left it behind. I left it to the wolves, knowing that it would be smashed, opened up and and sold, Mitra says. I left it, just to see what would happen.When Mitra came back after two months he found the kids playing games and browsing the Internet. One kid sauntered up to Mitra and said, We could use a better mouse and a faster processor. And there was a small complaint. Youve given us a machine that only works in English, so we had to teach ourselves English.Via what became known as the Hole in the Wall experiment, Mitra recognized for the first time the concept of self-learning. Mitra spread his concept of self-learning to hundreds of elementary schools across India, then to the United Kingdom, Australia, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia and Latin America.In England, Mitra recruited an army of retired teachers, all women, whom he dubbed the granny cloud. The grannies connected to Mitras schools via Skype, and when the kids were assembled in groups of four to six, the grannies asked questions like Can anything be less than zero? Will robots be conscious one day? and How do my eyes know to cry when I am sad? Then they sat back and let the kids do the learning, injecting themselves only to offer the kind of encouragement that onlygrannies can. What Mitra saw was that the Granny cloud kids English improved, their Science scores soared. By most measures they were learning more and more quickly, and doing it mostly on their own.What Mitra envisions are schools in the cloud, classes of 24 students in actual brick-and-mortar spaces managed in person by his volunteer grannies. The grannies ask the questions, offer the encouragement, everything else happens remotely, the lights, heating, and locks are all manipulated via the cloud. For now Mitra envisions that these cloud schools will function as a supplement to the daily education the kids already get - operating on the weekends and before and after school. Theyll offer English language learning initially, he says. Ill present it as a safe cyber cafe for children where they can learn good English, Mitra says. For now I cannot afford to say that this is a replacement for school.But just give him time.If it works, then we have an alternative that I can tell you with confidence will level the playing field, Mitra says. And leveling the playing field is whats missing in this world.Q.The Hole in the Wall experiment made Mitra realize that:a)self-learning is a dying concept.b)self-learning emerges in dire situations.c)self-learning is a reality.d)elf-learning is lost in 21st century academia.Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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Learning | Psychology Class 11
4 Docs | 14 Videos | 2 Tests
My Self | EVS for Class 1
3 Docs | 2 Videos | 2 Tests
Self and Personality | Psychology Practice Tests: CUET Preparation
5 Tests
People Who help Us | EVS for Class 1
3 Docs | 1 Videos | 2 Tests
Learning Principles | EVS & Pedagogy
1 Docs | 1 Videos
Self and Personality | Psychology Class 12
6 Docs | 3 Videos | 5 Tests
People Who Help Us | Social Science for Class 1
3 Docs | 1 Videos | 2 Tests
Basic Science & Learning | Learn with Fun: Test Your Knowledge
13 Tests
Union Territories & Local Self Governments | Crash Course for UPSC aspirants
2 Docs | 3 Videos
ATLAS: Map based learning | Geography for State PSC Exams
17 Videos | 15 Tests
ATLAS: Map based learning | Geography for UPSC CSE
17 Videos | 15 Tests
Additional Learning Material for Maps | ATLAS: Map based learning for UPSC CSE
17 Videos | 6 Tests
Evolution of Higher learning & Research | Higher Education System for UGC NET
1 Docs | 4 Videos
Jerome Burner`s Learning Theory | Child Development and Pedagogy
1 Docs | 2 Videos
Oriental, Conventional & Non Conventional learning programmes | Higher Education System for UGC NET
1 Docs | 3 Videos
Provisions for filing Return of Income and Self-assessment | Taxation for CA Intermediate
1 Docs | 1 Videos
Concept of Development & Its Relationship with Learning | Child Development and Pedagogy
1 Docs | 1 Videos
Institutions of Higher Learning & Education in ancient India | Higher Education System for UGC NET
2 Docs | 7 Videos
Binary Heap | Programming and Data Structures
5 Videos
Heap Sort | Analysis of Algorithms
5 Videos
Bearing Capacity | Geotechnical Engineering
46 Videos
Multiple Meaning/Error Spotting | English Language for SSC CHSL
3 Docs | 1 Videos | 7 Tests
Meaning and Types of Markets | Business Economics for CA Foundation
14 Docs | 8 Tests
Nature and Meaning of Law | Legal Studies for Class 11
1 Docs | 2 Tests
Leading Case Laws & Supreme Court Judgements | Legal Reasoning for CLAT
13 Docs | 1 Videos | 2 Tests
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6 Docs | 4 Videos
Goal Setting & Goal Achieving
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18 Videos
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40 Videos
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Philosophy of Education: Introductory Course
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Value Education Course by Let's tute
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Legal Reasoning for CLAT
103 Docs | 74 Videos | 60 Tests
English for CLAT
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Logical Reasoning for CLAT
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Quantitative Techniques for CLAT
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Self Referential Structure
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Learning - 1
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Factual Passage: Self Esteem
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People Who Help Us
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Self & Personality - 1
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Self & Personality - 02
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Self & Personality - 2
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Self Induction and Self Inductance
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Self Induction
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Self & Personality 04
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Test: Self Bias
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Learning- 1
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Self Inductance - 1
10 Questions | 30 min
Test: Learning- 2
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Self and Personality
10 Questions | 10 min
Test: Self Inductance - 2
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Test: Self and Personality- 2
10 Questions | 10 min
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Test: Self and Personality- 1
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Test: Self Purification of Natural Streams
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Sugata Mitra did an odd experiment. He placed a PC inside a wall behind a plastic shield in a New Dehli slum. Connected to the internet, with a mouse to manipulate it, Mitra simply powered it up and left it behind. I left it to the wolves, knowing that it would be smashed, opened up and and sold, Mitra says. I left it, just to see what would happen.When Mitra came back after two months he found the kids playing games and browsing the Internet. One kid sauntered up to Mitra and said, We could use a better mouse and a faster processor. And there was a small complaint. Youve given us a machine that only works in English, so we had to teach ourselves English.Via what became known as the Hole in the Wall experiment, Mitra recognized for the first time the concept of self-learning. Mitra spread his concept of self-learning to hundreds of elementary schools across India, then to the United Kingdom, Australia, Hong Kong, Southeast Asia and Latin America.In England, Mitra recruited an army of retired teachers, all women, whom he dubbed the granny cloud. The grannies connected to Mitras schools via Skype, and when the kids were assembled in groups of four to six, the grannies asked questions like Can anything be less than zero? Will robots be conscious one day? and How do my eyes know to cry when I am sad? Then they sat back and let the kids do the learning, injecting themselves only to offer the kind of encouragement that onlygrannies can. What Mitra saw was that the Granny cloud kids English improved, their Science scores soared. By most measures they were learning more and more quickly, and doing it mostly on their own.What Mitra envisions are schools in the cloud, classes of 24 students in actual brick-and-mortar spaces managed in person by his volunteer grannies. The grannies ask the questions, offer the encouragement, everything else happens remotely, the lights, heating, and locks are all manipulated via the cloud. For now Mitra envisions that these cloud schools will function as a supplement to the daily education the kids already get - operating on the weekends and before and after school. Theyll offer English language learning initially, he says. Ill present it as a safe cyber cafe for children where they can learn good English, Mitra says. For now I cannot afford to say that this is a replacement for school.But just give him time.If it works, then we have an alternative that I can tell you with confidence will level the playing field, Mitra says. And leveling the playing field is whats missing in this world.Q.The Hole in the Wall experiment made Mitra realize that:a)self-learning is a dying concept.b)self-learning emerges in dire situations.c)self-learning is a reality.d)elf-learning is lost in 21st century academia.Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?
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