.....posts from 'Education'
Two students, Nayana KR and Aishwarya CA , from Amrita Vidyalayam School, Davangere, are among 10 students who have been chosen to represent India at the International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) to be held in May 2013, in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Nayana KR and Aishwarya CA won the IRIS 2012 Grand Award in […]
11 Nov 2012, Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi Hon’ble President of India Pranab Mukherjee launched the latest version of Amrita University’s E-Learning platform A-VIEW 3.0 (Amrita Virtual Interactive E-Learning World) on the Aakash 2 tablet. The President A-VIEW Server with 1 Gbps link was unveiled and dedicated for the nation. Any institution of higher education can now […]
27 Sep 2012, Amritapuri – Amma’s 59th Birthday celebrations During the 59th birthday celebrations of Amma, along with the many charitable projects, a number of new research-oriented projects of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham were inaugurated. Wireless Landslide detection Wireless technologies to alert people living in landslide at-risk areas by sending a sms when the possibility of landslides […]
27 Sep 2012, Amritapuri – Amma’s 59th Birthday celebrations Retired Supreme Court Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer inaugurated the Amrita Vocational Training Centre. Upon doing so, he said, “This [Amritapuri] is a sacred land. It’s not enough to give food and clothing. Everyone also wants justice. Amma is working for that justice. Amma is a symbol […]
Amrita University is ushering a new era for the empowerment of socially and economically weaker sections of women in India by taking computer aided vocational training courses to villages using technology aided mobile vehicles called MoVE (Mobile Vocational Education). A MoVE unit is a fully functioning classroom-on-wheels, equipped with latest computer and communication technology. The […]
(26 Apr '12)
12 April 2012, Kenya A new vocational training program for disadvantaged youth was launched at Amrita Watoto Boma, care home in Athi River, Nairobi. For a period of three months, 90 youth will receive training in IT, electrical engineering, hospitality and garment making. The initiative is a joint venture between CAPs-Youth Empowerment Institute and MAM […]
(28 Feb '12)
the level of respect society shows for scientists should increase. When science is respected the motivation to serve and find cures for cancer and other diseases will automatically arise within, while the desire to make quick money will decrease.