Importance of value education!

Values education is teaching and learning about the ideals that a society deems important. The aim is for students not only to understand the values, but also to reflect them in their attitudes and behavior, and contribute to society through good citizenship and ethics.

Importance Of Value Education

               Life without values education is like ship without rudder.

Values work as
guidance system and help us reach our destination. Education without values or
edification will fall short of achieving its goal. Mere teaching, learning,
improving knowledge and skills without building character and mind may not contribute
to the holistic development of children, which is a must for the world to
become a better place.

In spite of the increasing literacy rate and more people receiving
education, the crime rate is refusing to come down! The rise in crimes, violence
and other destructive activities in the society can be ascribed to poor
inculcation of values. It has been seen in the recent terrorist attacks in
various parts of the world, that those who carried out the attacks were
educated men and women. What they lacked was edification. Had they been
thoroughly taught the values of human character, it is possible they would have
shuddered to think of killing so many innocent people. Education policy makers
need to lay more stress on education with much stress on imparting human values
and edification. This will have better results than mere education.

The need of the hour is to impart value based education. The stress
should be on the values such as patience, honesty, tolerance, sympathy, and
love for fellow brethren and sisters. The students must be indoctrinated to
keep values as top priority. The youngsters need not only to be taught how to
develop their skills, talents, and abilities, they must also be taught how to
use these skills, talents and abilities for the welfare and betterment of all.
Once values become everyone’s priority in life, all the negative aspects of
life will automatically dwindle. The world direly needs people with high values
to make it a better place to live in.

 

 

CAREER OPTIONS AFTER SCIENCE STREAM!

SCIENCE stream , i would say is a very interesting field to go into. both medical or non-medical stream is a popular choice of subject among students especially those who wish to be a doctor or an engineer. it is a multi-disciplined field with new disciplines and branches being added with the advancement of science and technology.

The major advantage that science students have over non-science students is that they are eligible for science as well as non-science options. a privilege not available to students from commerce and humanities streams.

We have compiled a list of various courses (and therefore careers). that students can pursue after completing their 10+2 in the science stream:

 

1. Engineering

Engineering is one of the sought after career by science students. Graduate course is of the four years.

• B.Tech/Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science

• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical

• B.Tech/Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Tele-communication

• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical

• B.Tech/Bachelor of Engineering in Information Technology

• B.Technology/Bachelor of Engineering in Dairy Technology

Other specializations include marine, aerospace, agricultural, Petroleum, Automobile, Biochemical, Bio Medical, Biotechnology, Bio Instrumentation, Bio Informatics, Chemical, Environmental, Food technology, Fire, Leather, Mining & Metallurgical, Nano technology, Printing, Plastic & polymer, Rubber, Genetic, Textile etc.

Eligibility: 12th Science PCM with high percentile.

 

2. Architecture

Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch) – Five years course.

Eligibility: 12th Science PCM with high percentile

 

3. Merchant Navy

Higher National Diploma  (HND) Nautical Science or Marine Engineering (1 year course).

Bachelor of Science in Nautical Technology  (3 years training at Institute + 1 year at Sea).

Bachelor of Technology in Naval Architecture and Ship Building.

Eligibility: 12th Science PCM with high percentile.

Admission procedure: The All India Merchant Navy Entrance Test (AIMNET) , required the vision (eyesight) and health standards.

 

4. Commercial Pilot

Commercial pilot training from Aviation Institutes in India.

BSc in Aviation Sciences.

Eligibility: 12th Science PCM with high percentile.

Admission procedure: Admission is based on an all-India written test, Pilot Aptitude Test (WOMBAT) and an interview. Required good eyesight and  health.

 

5. Bachelor of Science

BSc in physics, chemistry, maths, astronomy, forensic Science, geology, statistics , industrial chemistry, nautical science, home science, nutrition, clothing and textile, extension and communication, environmental science, Human Development and Family studies (BSc),  fashion design, fashion technology etc.

Eligibility: 12th Science PCM with minimum 55 %percentile

Admission procedure: Merit based admission, few institutes conduct entrance exam.

 

6. National Defense Services-Indian Navy Officer, Indian Air Force 

The NDA offers only a full-time, residential undergraduate program. Cadets are awarded a Baccalaureate degree (a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Technology) after 3 years of study. Cadets have a choice of two streams of study. The Science stream offers studies in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computer Science. The Humanities (Liberal Arts) stream offers studies in History, Economics, Political Science, Geography and Language.

Eligibility: 12ths PCM, unmarried Indian citizens.

Admission procedure: National level NDA exam.

 

7. Railway Apprentice Exam

The selected candidates get trained for four years, not just in the field of mechanical and electrical engineering;

Eligibility: 12th Science PCM with first class

Admission Procedure: All India Special Railway Apprentice Exam by UPSC.

 

8. Business Administration and Management Studies

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Bachelor of Management Studies (NMS)

Admission procedure: Entrance test or merit list.

 

9. Commerce

B.Com- (3 years)

Banking and Insurance (BBI-3 years)

Charted Accountancy (CA)

Company Secretory (CS)

Eligibility: 12th Science/Commerce with minimum 55%

Admission Procedure: Admission B.Com is based on merit. CA/CS has National Level Exam.

 

10. Arts and Humanities

Bachelor of Arts (psychology, sociology, foreign languages, Travel & Tourism Courses, psychology, sociology, English, Archeology )

Physical Education  (BPE)

Mass Communication and Journalism

BFA Performing Arts (music/dance)

Business Administration and Management Studies (BBA, BMS- 3 years)

Social Work (BSW- 3 years)

Law (Integrated Masters in Law Course-5 year; LLB- 3years)

Hotel Management (BA/BSc)

Designing Courses (Interior design, product design, etc. Diploma or BSc)

Mass-media/ Journalism Courses (BA, BMM)

Film/ Television Courses (BA, BSc)

Diploma Courses (polytechnic, merchant navy, event management, hospitality, etc.)

All Competitive exams (civil service Exam, banking exams after graduation in any field)

 

 

WHY IS MAIT BETTER THAN OTHER COLLEGES IN DELHI?

MAHARAJA AGRASEN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY [MAIT]

MAIT

This is called the best college for b.tech in the GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY.

Let’s learn why is this called so?

At MAIT, you’ll most likely never find any teacher absent and every single teacher has a great knowledge of his or her subject. Thus, full marks for the faculty. There’s no strictness in terms of attendance so you can get involved in anything constructive at the college or at home if you want to. The problem with MAIT is its societies. They aren’t funded very well or for that matter even supported by the college much. There is a similar problem faced for the Cultural Fest of MAIT. Campus Facilities The faculty is good and regular. Campus Life Departmental societies, as well as cultural societies, need improvement, funding and support. Jobs & Internships Most of the companies that come for recruitment here are IT companies. Thus, there isn’t much help for other core branches.

Placements : The placements in our college were good but not too good. Most of the students got placed but very few very able to grab the highest package. The highest salary offered last year was around 12 LPA, and the average package offered was around 4-5 LPA. The college as a placement cell.

Infrastructure : Classrooms are neat and clean. Labs are good and are air-conditioned. The college promotes participation in sports. The canteen is the chillout spot for students. Some of the food items are very tasty. There is an Amul parlour too, which serves the best cold coffee in the world.

Faculty : The teachers are really very kind and always helpful to the students. They have knowledge and experience, and they always guide us. They encourage us to broaden our view of thinking and avoid spoon feeding. Understanding the concept and being able to implement it is the approach they persuade us to follow.

The college building is pretty impressive and has one of a kind infrastructure. The stereotype red brick building has a neat and clean campus and filled with hundreds of students due to the number of courses offered. The classrooms are not air conditioned but have comfortable benches. The library is well equipped with books available in abundance. The teaching department at Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology (MAIT) is excellent and quite experienced.

Most of them have thorough knowledge about their respective topics and have years of teaching experience. The faculty for Fluid Mechanics in the Engineering Department are very good but agedAttendance is pretty strict during the first year of engineering but second year onwards students get an idea about all the teachers and their attendance patternAs Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology (MAIT) is affiliated to the Indraprastha University (IPU), most of the crowd is from Delhi and other parts of the NCR.

 

The food served in the canteen is pretty edible though the prices are a bit on the higher side. There is a decent variety in the menu and students prefer both packed and freshly prepared food. Companies like Honda and Mahindra are the regular recruiters for the core branches during the placement season. Accenture, Infosys, Wipro, and many more software companies recruit students from CS and IT and offer a pay packager around 4 lakhs per annum. The placements for Computers and IT are almost 100% while it’s roughly around 70% for the core branches.

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