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THREE DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON MOODLE

by Nambol L Sanoi College -

A Three Days Faculty Development Workshop on MOODLE was organized from 19th July to 21st July 2021 through Google Meet.

MOODLE ANNOUNCEMENT

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Dear faculty members of Nambol L. Sanoi College are requested to upload course contents at the soonest possible time. For any technical assistance kindly contact the system administrator/Master Trainer.

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British Fiction

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The paper engages with the development of British Fiction in the 18th Century. Industrialization, rise of the middle class, decline of romance and drama, and mobile libraries were some of the factors that led to the development of novel in the 18th century. The paper will introduce six crucial British novels to the learners.

The Taste Of An Hilsa (1973) is a Sahitya Akademi Award winning short story by N.Kunjamohan Singh .The wonderful taste of Hilsa stands for something everyone holds dear;freedom.The father and the son duo,represent the underprivileged and dispossessed class.They toil to get something they need only to be taken away by somebody.

Chief Sources of Medieval Indian History
  • Historical Accounts by scholars written on paper:
  • Historical Accounts by Foreign Travellers:
  • Literary Accounts:
  • Archaeological Sources:
  • A. Medieval Temples:
  • B. Medieval Mosques:
  • C. Medieval Forts:
  • D. Medieval Palaces:

The Indus Valley Civilisation, also known as the Indus Civilisation, was a Bronze Age civilisation in the northwestern regions of South Asia, lasting from 3300 BCE to 1300 BCE, and in its mature form from 2600 BCE to 1900 BCE.

Sources are important tools to reconstruct and understand the remote past. The same applies in the case of the history of ancient Indian History. They are indispensable tools in ascertaining facts and retaining the truth.

The religious movements associated with persons like Mahavira and the Buddha in about the middle of the first Millennium BC fall under this category. There were many other creeds during this time as well. The creeds preached by some of them contained elements that were not in keeping with the Vedic tradition. They ignored the infallibility and supernatural origin of the Vedas.