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2017 National Institute of Business Management – NIBM

National Institute of Business Management normally known as NIBM is a main instruction foundation in Sri Lanka in the fields of Management and IT. It’s a statutory body under the Ministry of Vocational and Technical Training. NIBM has built up in 1968 and has caught an impressive piece of the overall industry in recent years. Being an administration organization NIBM offers a focused administration to understudies encouraging them to get perceived proficient capabilities at a sensible cost. NIBM offers number of courses of their own and teaming up with remote…

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2017 College of Chemical Sciences – CCS

College of Chemical Sciences – CCS Course categories Science Chemistry The College of Chemical Sciences (CCS) was set up in January 2001 to lead all the instructive and preparing exercises of the Institute of Chemistry Ceylon. CCS conducts taking after instructive projects Graduateship in Chemistry (GIC) program. Recognition in Laboratory Technology in Chemistry (DLTC) Testament courses in Chemical Sciences Up to 2015 a sum of 1,075 graduate scientists and 1,025 science specialists have been delivered by the Institute. The alumni from this course have been utilized as scientists in private…

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2017 Informatics Institute of Technology IIT

Informatics Institute of Technology ( IIT ) The Informatics Institute of Technology (IIT) was built up in 1990 as the principal private advanced education establishment that honors rumored British degrees in the field of Information Communication Technology ICT and Business. Cutting-edge, IIT has delivered more than 3000 graduates that have attached themselves in famous positions in many organizations in Sri Lanka and abroad. IT offers BEng (Hons) Software Engineering and BSc (Hons) Information Systems with Business Management (ISBM) interior degrees from the University of Westminster, UK. A few section ways…

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Degree and Diploma Courses University of Colombo

College of Colombo leads a few undergrad and postgraduate degree and confirmation courses. College of Colombo, Sri Lanka, is the most seasoned higher instructive foundation in Sri Lanka. College of Colombo is a sprawling complex situated in the heart of the capital city of Colombo, Sri Lanka. The University of Colombo endeavors to keep up scholarly incredibleness in every aspect of study. The University of Colombo has 7 Faculties with 42 Academic Departments, a Campus, a School, 6 Institutes and a few Centers and Units. Numerous undergrad and postgraduate review…

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University of Colombo Sri Lanka 2017

University of Colombo, Sri Lanka This is the most established University in Sri Lanka situated in urban focus of Colombo. Getting its legacy from the most established higher instructive foundation in Sri Lanka, i.e., the College, the University of Colombo is a sprawling complex situated in the heart of the capital city of Colombo, Sri Lanka. With regards to its witticism “Buddhi Sarvathra Bhrajate”, Sanskrit for “Knowledge Enlightens the University of Colombo endeavors to look after scholarly brilliance in every aspect of study. The University of Colombo has 7 Faculties…

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50 Fantastic Open Courses for Small Business Owners

Truly motivated people don't need a teacher breathing down their necks or the threat of a poor grade hanging over their heads to get them to learn. Today there is almost no limit to what you can teach yourself with help from open course materials available on the web. If you are a small business owner, or you are thinking of becoming one, forget about going into debt to get an MBA. Instead, prove your business savvy by taking advantage of free courses like these. Getting Started Starting My Own…

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Inside Online Learning is on the move!

Thank you for visiting OnlineCollege.org and for the support you’ve given the Inside Online Learning blog over the past several years. While the blog will no longer be featured on this site, you can follow it over to OnlineColleges.net where blogger Melissa Venable will continue to provide information about current trends in online education and resources for online students and instructors. The Inside Online Learning chat (#IOLchat) will be hosted by @OnColleges beginning August 21st. Join this weekly Twitter chat on Wednesdays at 12pmET for conversations, networking, and shared experiences…

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Online Student Verification: Is that you? Are you there?

While online education has come a long way in terms of design and learning assessment, there are still issues related to making sure that the students who enroll in these courses are the ones completing the work. From participation and attendance to cheating and plagiarism, confirming student identity continues to challenge online instructors and administrators. A recent phone conversation with Amy Hilbelink, an educator and online academic operations consultant, led to a follow-up discussion of not only the need for verification, but also the many new technologies available to ensure…

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Decoding Accreditation and the Online College

If you are interested in online education, you probably already know that it is important to compare the components of different programs and look specifically for accreditation. While it seems that accreditation should be a clear-cut issue – a school is accredited or not –in reality, it’s a little more complicated. With so many accrediting agencies (and unfortunately, mills) and different levels of accreditation possible, how can a prospective student make sense of it all? Accreditation Basics: FAQ Fortunately, there are two main groups working to help all of us…

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On Becoming a First-Generation Grad Student

Just as first-generation undergraduate students often struggle to figure out how the college system works, those who go on to grad school without a family mentor may face some basic challenges in learning the ropes. Add online delivery to the equation and the curve could get even steeper as you navigate the system at a distance. As I researched one of last month’s posts about online communities and graduate student culture, I came across a couple of references to “first-generation” learners at this level, too. My own experience as a…

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