UNITED KINGDOM

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EDUCATION TEACHING HEALTH HABITUAL AWARENESS ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS SOCIAL ISSUES

EDUCATION
Education in U K is compulsory for 5 to 16 yrs of age,  Plan for changing to 17yrs in 2013 and in 2015 to 18 yrs  Secondary education system –Grade System  Schooling starts from September 1st

SECONDARY SCHOOL 12th to 13th Standard-SECONDARY SCHOOL IN SIXTH FORM (GRADED) .SCHOOLING      Year 3 –nursery Year 4 to 6 (2nd Standard)-INFANT SCHOOL 3rd to 6th standard – JUNIOR SCHOOL 7th to 11th standard.

Why teaching? .

Why teaching?       Rewarding Enjoyable Ever changing Challenging Sociable You can make a difference! .

using an approach involving the whole school community:  personal.The national healthy school standard Schools are asked to demonstrate evidence of good practice in four areas. social and health education  healthy eating  physical activity  emotional health and well-being (including bullying) .

Every child matters: change for children Outcomes  Be healthy  Stay safe  Enjoy and achieve  Make a positive contribution  Achieve economic well-being .

Sessions all must model good teaching and learning:      Innovative Interactive Challenging Reflective Easy to adopt into school practice .

BELIEFS  IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO BRING UP A CHILD PARENTS AND TEACHER CAN BRING UP A GOOD CITIZEN OR A CHILD  .

NEW SYSTEMS      Abandoning chalk and talk teaching methods They belive in Increased visualisation Increased Interactivity Increased reflective Dialogues .

OTHER FEILDS HEALTH AWARENESS Healthy eating Positive Behaviour Mental health encourage to quit bad habits Cleanliness  SOCIAL ISSUES Crime and violence  .

OTHER FEILDS MORAL Respecting parents and elders Respecting other religions  ENVIRONMENT Cleanliness Global warming Securities  .

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AUDITING and RESEARCH .

FUTURE SCHOOLS .

PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE .

HEALTH SYSTEM .

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WOMENS DAY 8 MARCH .

Women the ideal for the innate ability to care and sacrifice. .

Peace Rallies on 8 March 1913   . On March 25. The very first International Women's Day was launched the following year by Clara Zetkin on 19 March (not 8 March) 1911. the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire in New York City killed over 140 garment workers.

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 International Women's Day (8 March) is a global day celebrating the economic. political and social achievements of women past.a Women's Day – To press for their demands . present and future  She proposed that every year in every country there should be a celebration on the same day .

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KITHUR RANI CHANNAMMA 1824 .

JHANSI RANI LAKSHMI BHAI 1842 .

 During the British Raj. Jyotirao Phule etc. Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar. . many reformers such as Ram Mohan Roy. fought for the upliftment of women.

INDIRA GANDHI 1960 .

MOTHER THERESA 1931 .

KALPANA CHAWLA (1962 2003) .

Kalpana Chawla from Haryana was qualified from over 2962 applicants to earn herself a place in space shuttle Columbia for a 16 day out of the world experience .KALPANA CHAWLA (1962 2003)   The NASA chief called her a “Terrific Astronaut”.

REITA FARIA POWELL(1966) .DR.

She made the whole world sit up and look at India.   She win crown by her confidence . REITA FARIA POWELL  She was the first Indian woman to win the Miss world title in 1966.DR.

MISS UNIVERSE .

SUMAN SHARMA .

SUMAN SHARMA First women to fly Fighter MiG 35 and F16 She is from Bangalore .

KRUSHNAA PATIL  YOUNGEST INDIAN GIRL TO CONQUER MOUNT EVEREST .

SHEHANAZ HUSSAIN .

 It is all due to her sheer innovation.  . She has 650 salons at 104 countries. determination and hard work.SHEHANAZ HUSSAIN  The mother of all herbal cosmetics in world. .

Dr. Indira Hinduja .

Indira Hinduja  Dr Indira Hinduja produced first scientifically documented test tube baby. 1986.Dr. India’s first test tube baby Harsha was born  In .

KIRAN BEDI .

KIRAN BEDI  STARTED HER CAREER IN 1970 AS LECTURE JOINED POLICE DEPARTMENT IN 1972 SERVED IN ONE OF THE TOUGHEST PRISON OF INDIA (TIHAR) “ IT IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE “ is the philosophy of her life    .

running network systems and delivering applications to clients on time Recently a Japanese magazine concluded that Indian women are number one amongst women from various countries in acquiring and applying IT knowledge. . The IT landscape is full of women who are busy writing programmes.Information and Technology   .

DEB AGARWAL

DEB AGARWAL
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research focuses on development of new and improved computing and data infrastructure to support science  She was general manager for international software at Hewlett Packard.  The comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Organisation as an expert in the area of reliable multicast communication.

Dr ADITI PANT .

  . She is an oceanographer with interests in plankton physiology and biochemistry. The expedition was for a period of 4 months and the participants had to explore this continent under rough weather conditions. Antarctica.Dr ADITI PANT  Dr Aditi Pant is the first Indian woman to participate in the cruise to the icy continent.

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw .

BIOCON The Most Influential in Bio-business person outside Europe and USA. .Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw     Many scientists of India should be proud of Graduated Zoology in Bangalore university in 1973 Head of the India's leading Biotechnology enterprise.

MADHURI MATHUR- .

MADHURI MATHUR  Almost 40 years ago this woman dreamed of a kitchen machine that would blend. chop. And then the sumeet mixer was born and is a household name still. mince and totally make her life easier and then discussed it with her Engineer husband Mathur. .

KARNAM MALLESWARI  Iron women .

Shakuntala Devi .

.774.465. And this. she did in 28 seconds flat.870 x 2.369. On June 18 in 1980.779 randomly picked up by the computer department of Imperial College in London. she again solved the multiplication of two 13-digit numbers 7.745.SHAKUNTHALA DEVI    Shakuntala Devi is an outstanding calculating prodigy of India.099.686.

     LITERACY CONFIDENCE OUT SPOKEN FREEDOM WORK HARD DIFFERENCE B/W WESTERN AND INDIAN WOMEN .