• ScholarshipPhoto of RMIT University (Australia) post graduate scholarship 2020-2021

    RMIT University (Australia) post graduate scholarship 2020-2021

    About RMIT Australia: The Royal Melbourn Institute of Technology (Australia), usually known as RMIT, is a public research university based in Melbourn, Australia. It’s a global university-recognized for leadership and innovation in technology, design, and enterprise. RMIT is one of the tops ratted tertiary institutions in Australia for excellence in professional and vocational education and applied research. Its main campus is situated on124 La Trobe…

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  • ScholarshipPhoto of University of Twente (Netherlands) Masters Scholarships for 2020-2021

    University of Twente (Netherlands) Masters Scholarships for 2020-2021

    About the University of Twente: The University of Twente is a public research technical university located in Enschede, the Netherlands. The UT collaborates with Delft University of Technology, the Eindhoven University of Technology and the Wageningen University and Research Centre under the umbrella of 4TU and is also a partner in the European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU). The University has been placed in the…

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  • Computer SciencePhoto of Basics of Search Engine

    Basics of Search Engine

    1.1. Introduction: World Wide Web (WWW) [1] is a huge source of interlinked documents that forms a very useful information source. The success of WWW is largely due to its decentralized design structure [2] where the information is hosted by several servers, and a document can point to other documents irrespective of its geographic location. An information retrieval [3, 4] is a technique for searching…

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  • Social SciencePhoto of Learning Disabilities

    Learning Disabilities

    Learning disability arises from neurological differences in brain structure and its functions. It affects a person’s ability to receive, store, process, retrieve or communicate information. While the specific nature of these brain-based disorders is still not well understood, considerable progress has been made in mapping some of the characteristic difficulties of LD to specific brain regions and structures. Progress has also been made in understanding…

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  • Social SciencePhoto of Behavioural disorders: meaning and types

    Behavioural disorders: meaning and types

    1.1 Introduction: The World Health Organization defines mental health ‘as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community‘ (WHO, 2013). Mental health problems refer to a wide range of difficulties, which vary in their…

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  • EducationPhoto of Conceptual Framework of Education

    Conceptual Framework of Education

    Introduction: Educational Technology has emerged as a new discipline in the field of education. According to Sharma (1982), Educational Technology implies the use of all modern media, methods, materials, practices, and theories, principles for maximizing the learning by control of the environment, media and method. In a teacher-centered approach, the strategies are designed to provide the students with a highly flexible system of learning, which…

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  • GeneralPhoto of Professional ethics and attitudes of teaching professionals

    Professional ethics and attitudes of teaching professionals

    1.1 Introduction: Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell where their influence stops. As a general rule, teachers teach more by what they are than by what they say. – Hendry Adams Teaching Education is the process of drawing out the inborn capacities of an individual to develop his personality by training. It represents the total process of human learning. From the birth family and…

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    Subject Indexing

    1. Introduction: All library work is a matter of storage and retrieval of information, and cataloguing and indexing are specially performed to achieve that. Subject cataloguing is intended to embrace only that activity which provides a verbal subject approach to materials added to library collections. Subject indexing is used in information retrieval especially to create index records to retrieve documents on a particular subject. Descriptive…

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    Indexing language

    Juran Sarkhel (2017). (Professor of Library & Information Science, University of Kalyani, India) 1.1 Introduction: Indexing language (IL) is an artificial language made up of expressions connecting several kernel terms and adopted to the requirements of indexing. The function of an IL is to do whatever a natural language (NL) does and in addition organize the semantic content through a different expression providing a point…

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    Cataloguing Versus Indexing

    There has always been confusion about the distinction between ‘subject cataloguing’ and ‘subject indexing‘. Basically, cataloguing is the process of creating bibliographic description of a document as a whole entity, and subject cataloguing and classification assign subject labels which together descnbe the overall topic of the document. Indexing involves delving into a document for analysing its contents at a much deeper level to provide access…

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