BREAKING NEWS: OUTERNET facility has now been integrated to the “idea demonstration” program.
RELATED LINK: STEP TOWARDS TARGET TWO OF ROAD MAP FOR HUNZA, KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY
In the age of the Internet, knowledge about institutions and their effectiveness are only a click away. Information becomes viral, following vectors that take it anywhere there is Internet connectivity.
“To position the Jamat correctly for the next decades. serious issues and for you to understand where I would like the Jamat to be, Insha-Allah, in the world in 10 years, 15 years, 20 years.” 13 December 2008 and
Once the system of DISTANCE EDUCATION gets current in our region, I have the desire to use the same facilities established by PDCN (AKDN) and also those established by the government or the self help groups for providing world class health cover through TELE-MEDICINE, it is therefore my request to all present and future doctors from the region to learn these techniques.
Thomas L. Friedman, Pulitzer Prize Winner
Kevin Carey, director of the education-policy program at the New America Foundation.
MISSION: To facilitate acquisition of FREE OF COST World class Education at doorsteps in all the districts of GB.
MANY OF THE VOs/WOs IN OUR REGION HAVE SAVINGS RUNNING INTO A FEW MILLION EACH. RS. 50,000/00 SAFE INVESTMENT IN A PROJECT doable in seven days CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED TO PROVIDE ELECTRICITY FOR 3 TO 4 HOURS EACH DAY AND A SINGLE DISTANT LEARNING/TELEMEDICINE STATION TO A CLUSTER OF TEN HOUSEHOLDS. IDEA DEMONSTRATION PROJECT RUNNING IN KHURUKUSHAL KHAN WO UNDER BRSO SINCE 2013. THIS CAN BE REPLICATED IN EACH OF WO/VO WITHOUT WAITING FOR EXTERNAL INPUTS.
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BETTER FUTURE – REORIENTATION
DW VIDEO COVERING PROCEDURE AND SENSORS
a. Will connect each of the clusters via satellite for access to coaching educational content from best universities.
b. Will provide the opportunity to start the steps towards technology and business opportunity in this field.
NOTE: First DIY – do it yourself – L-band satellite receiver has since been fabricated in Hunza as part of integration to the idea demonstration program. Each home/ cluster of homes will now be the BEST university providing free world class education/skills from ECD through university. Congratulations to all those interested in opting for this revolutionary education method in digital age.
All well intentioned individuals any where in the world are expected to participate in downloading the COACHING MATERIAL and arrange to send to the relevant individual in SASLLC.
11. Transcript of Lectures
Participants in an academic/skill development course will inform SASLLC/OPEN UNIVERSITY so that the data base for the students is updated. This data base, apart from contact information/personal details, contains the results of EXAMS and other student achievement data. The student gets a DEGREE if his score is 90 percent or more; he is entitled to a PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATE if the score falls between 60 and 90 percent.
I am in the process of commissioning “LIFELONG LEARNING CENTERS” in this region with the aim of introducing Distance Education to populations who otherwise are economically and geographically constrained in availing “Brick and Mortar” facilities available in urban centres.
I recently held a session with teachers, school management committee and students of 9th/10th class to demonstrate that world class education from school to university is feasible within the available resources of Government Model School Karimabad through Distant Learning. We have agreed to establish “SULTAN ALI SAMARQAND LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE” – and open university) – in this school using the excellent system provided by PDCN and lying underutilized since installation. One of the computers will be used as a server for the proposed network and store following category of coaching material covering all the topics/sub-topics/specialty in which any interested person (irrespective of gender) wishes to educate or upgrade his/her skills.
Comments by Muhammad Din, Vice Principal:
“The main objectives of this Centre are as under:
1 To provide FREE quality education at doorsteps.
2 To enhance teaching quality of the schools.
3 To provide access to better coaching tools for teachers.
4 To access the coaching material of best educational institutions of the world.
5 To avail the opportunity of free education available on inter-net around the world.
6 To enhance the LIFE SKILLS of educated population and provide LIFELONG LEARNING opportunities.
What resources will I need for this mode of education?
All you need is willingness to think and learn.
As I mentioned above, there are countless free sources available online. Here are a few of the best:
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ECD-I Ms. Yasmin Naeem E-Mail _______ Ms. Yasmin Shah E-Mail _________________
ECD-II Ms. Fazila E-Mail ______________ Ms. Parveen E-Mail ______________________
Class- 1 Ms. Shakila E-Mail ____________ Ms. Meher E-Mail ____________________
a. Mr. Mussaullah Khan E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
a) Mr. Karim Khan Hon DEAN Business, Fine Arts, Humanities, Social Science,
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This is a large file and can not be attached with normal mail, hence I have resorted to send it to you through “Google Drive” It can also be sent through MSN “Sky Drive”. Please educate all users of SASLLC.
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Business: (SUB TOPIC)
Health Care Management
Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management
Supply Chain Management
Energy: (SUB TOPIC)Buildings
Hydrogen and Alternatives
Aerospace Engineering (Specialities):Aerodynamics
Guidance and Control Systems
Biological Engineering (Specialities):Biomaterials
Cell and Tissue Engineering
Chemical Engineering (Speciality):Molecular Engineering
Process Control Systems
Civil Engineering (Speciality):Construction Management
Computer Science (Speciality):Algorithms and Data Structures
Computer Design and Engineering
Graphics and Visualization
Software Design and Engineering
Theory of Computation
Electrical Engineering (Speciality):
Robotics and Control Systems
Environmental Engineering (Speciality):Aquatic Sciences and Water Quality Control
Hydrodynamics and Coastal Engineering
Hydrology and Water Resource Systems
Materials Science and Engineering (Speciality):Composite Materials
Mechanical Engineering (Speciality):Dynamics and Control
Nuclear Engineering (Speciality):Nuclear Materials
Nuclear Systems, Policy, and Economics
Ocean Engineering (Speciality):
Oceanic Pollution Control
Systems Engineering (Speciality):Computational Modeling and Simulation
Computational Science and Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Fine Arts:(SUB TOPIC):
Media Studies (Speciality):
Music (Speciality):Music History
Performance Arts (Speciality):Dance
Visual Arts (Speciality):Film and Video
Health and Medicine: (SUB TOPIC):Anatomy and Physiology
Biomedical Signal and Image Processing
Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Health and Exercise Science
Pathology and Pathophysiology
Pharmacology and Toxicology
Physical Education and Recreation
Humanities: (SUB TOPIC):History (Speciality):
History of Science and Technology
Latin American History
Middle Eastern History
English as a Second Language
Literature (Speciality):Academic Writing
Philosophy of Language
Mathematics:(SUB TOPIC)Algebra and Number Theory
Probability and Statistics
Topology and Geometry
Computation and Systems Biology
Computation and Systems Biology
Chemistry (Speciality):Analytical Chemistry
Earth Science (Speciality):Atmospheric Science
Atomic, Molecular, Optical Physics
Condensed Matter Physics
High Energy Physics
Social Science: (Sub-Topic)
Economics (SPECIALTY):Developmental Economics
Political Science (SPECIALTY):American Politics
Public Administration (SPECIALTY):Environmental Policy
Science and Technology Policy
Sociology (SPECIALTY):Community Development
Urban Studies (SPECIALTY):Housing Development
Society: (Sub-Topics)African-American Studies
European and Russian Studies
Latin and Caribbean Studies
Middle Eastern Studies
The Developing World
Teaching and Education (SUB-TOPIC):Curriculum and Teaching
Educational Measurement and Evaluation
Instructional Media Design
Psychology and Research
Cross-Disciplinary Topic Lists:Energy
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ASIA COURSES (Recommended):
1. Introduction to Humanities
2. Individual and Society
3. Identifying Civil Society
4. Negotiating Human Nature
5. Seeking Social Justice
6. Tradition and Change
(1) The creation of traditions, (2) religious innovation,
(3) tradition as nostalgia,
(4) urban traditions,
(5) tradition vs. modernity, and
(6) globalization and traditions.
Understanding the role and place of tradition in daily life will enable us to be rooted in our culture without becoming trapped and locked into it.
7. Rhythm and Movement