mass education


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mass education

nMassenerziehung f
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Primary and Mass Education Minister Mostafizur Rahman Fijar presided over the programme.
Mohamed, who also chaired the conference, said there was need to promote climate awareness, including through mass education beyond the classroom.
We are trying to emulate India, China and some other countries where radio is being used as an input to enhance mass education.
While the latter is responsible for mass education and popularization of the natural history through various displays, exhibits and dioramas.
Khalid Masud, a former chairman of CII, reasoned that madrassa education is professional education but it is not mass education, which is a relatively modern concept.
The mass education and awareness about the risk factor associated with cousin marriages may help in reducing the burden.
The complimentary heart screening and mass education drive will continue for a month starting from World Heart Day and in the due course the centre would also be launching many other initiatives to serve the cause.
Marquardt thinks this mass education about infection prevention made surgical teams more apt to let others know if they could be infected, whereas before hierarchy created hesitation.
The Ministry of Primary and Mass Education is the executing agency of the project, to be completed by the end of June 2017.
It addresses how rich democracies became rich and democratic; governments and welfare states; the growth of democracy in the 20th century; socialist and postsocialist societies; the less-developed countries, including those that are developing rapidly; race and ethnicity in the US, Brazil, and South Africa; gender roles and relations and inequalities around the world; shifts in patterns of marriage and families; modern mass education and educational credentialism; worldwide patterns of religion; the controversy over the secularization thesis; economic, political, and cultural globalization; the nature of social and economic progress over the past two centuries; and predictions of the short and long-term future of the world.
European countries excelled at first-rate education for the elites, but the United States led the way in mass education.