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Conference/Seminar

FDP on “Electronic Education and Contemporary Laws” at IMS, Noida

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Centre for Consumer Laws and Public Policy (CCLPP) in association with IMS Law College, Noida is organizing a Faculty Development Programme on  “Electronic Education and Contemporary Laws” on  March 30, 2016 at IMS seminar hall from 1:00 pm onward.

The present programme has been designed keeping in mind growing importance of ICT in Teaching and learning. The focus of this faculty development programme is to enlighten and make our faculty colleagues acquainted with contemporary laws relating to e-education besides other entailing issues and paradigms such as standard and recognition of e-education in India, its practical implications, its authenticity and validity etc.

Topic – Electronic Education and Contemporary Laws

Registration fee per participant is Rs 500/ –

Detailed Brochure & Registration form:

FDP Final Brochure

FDP Registration Form

Submit the registration form by 28th March, 2016 to govind.goel@imsnoida.com, confirming your presence.

 

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