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This open access book brings novel perspectives to the scholarship on transnational migration. The book stresses the complexity of migration trajectories and proposes multi-sited field studies to capture this complexity. Its constituent chapters offer examples of onward migration spanning all major world regions. The contents exemplify a range of interdisciplinary approaches, including both qualitative and quantitative methodologies. The result is an impressive remapping and reconceptualisation of global migration and mobility, of interest to students and policy-makers alike.
John Howe started his flying career in the postwar South African Air Force, learning to fly on Tiger Moths, Harvards and Spitfires. He was posted to No 2 Squadron SAAF and sent to Korea to fly with South Africas contribution to the war in support of the UN forces. There he flew the Mustang F-51D fighter-bombers in front-line action during his first tour. A second tour saw him with the US Infantry as a Forward Air Controller operating on the ground. As the political situation in South Africa became more extreme he resigned from the SAAF and came to England where he was asked by the RAF to fly their first jet fighters and later instruct on Vampires, converting later to the Hunter and joined 222 Squadron at Leuchars. During the Suez crisis he again operated as a Forward Ground Controller and landed on the beaches with 40 Commando. He was appointed CO of 74 Tiger Squadron to introduce the supersonic Lightning into service with the RAF. Traveling extensively, demonstrating the remarkable capabilities of the new fighter. His late career took him to Fighter Commands HQ, RAF Staff College and the Joint Warfare School. After a posting to the USA on an exchange tour flying most of the Century Series Fighters and the Phantom he returned to the UK to head up 228 OCU to introduce the Phantom FGR2 into operational service. Towards the end of his 44 year service career he commanded the RAF base at Gutersloh on the front line of the Iron Curtain flying and his final posting was Commandant of the RAF Regiment
The course recognises the curricular divisions of English into 'literature' and 'language'. Accordingly, the Readers provide a wide variety of reading texts and verbal tasks which aim to develop reading skills, comprehension and to enrich the word-store. The Readers are technically designed and illustrated to make reading easy and pleasurable. Also included are exercises in spoken English.
The Series Focus On History and Civics for Classes 6 to 8 is a thorough course that covers elements of history and civics in accordance with the latest curriculum designed by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) and it also comprises the recommendations of the National Education Policy 2020, which focuses on the development of critical thinking, 21st century skills, collaboration, life skills, problem solving, experiential learning. The history curriculum gives students the knowledge of historical elements they need to deal with the present and make plans for the future. Civics exposes students to sociopolitical life. The engaging content fosters the social, cultural, and analytical abilities necessary to cope in a world that is becoming more interdependent and connected. It sharpens the ability to draw connections between events and processes, as well as between past and present developments. The series follows a structured approach. Activities for cross-curricular connections are provided in the course content to link learning across subject areas. Our attempt is to capture the interest and arouse curiosity to learn how to learn. The series include the interactive pedagogy, learning through experiential tasks and stimulant content. The series gives students plenty of opportunity to contemplate, observe, practise critical thinking, and improve their communication skills. Salient Features of the Series:- The series is learner-centred with a comprehensive approach. Leading the learning from general to specific. Terminology is provided on every chapter. Fascinating Illustrations and Photographs are given. Maps are provided to stay connected to the outside world and find the locations. Varieties of questions are given to assess the learning of the learners. Catering the quest to know more by providing Enrich Your Knowledge. Model test papers are included for the half yearly and yearly exam for practice. Emphasis on education based on art integration and interdisciplinary approach. The content of the Series’ is written in a learner-friendly language. The activities and pedagogy place a strong emphasis on developing 21st century skills. Includes the video lectures topic-wise accessible through QR code Other components of the Series Online Support provides: Chapter-wise Interactive Exercises Chapter-wise Assignments Practice Assignments E-book Video lectures Teacher’s Resource Book includes: Learning objectives of the chapters Solution of Textbook questions Lesson plan We hope this series satisfies the demands and requirements of the curriculum to achieve the learning objectives specified in the curriculum. Although every attempt has been taken to avoid errors, ideas for improvement and constructive criticism will be graciously welcomed and taken into account in a subsequent edition of the book. -Publishers
The revised edition of the series Mathematics Success for Primary to Middle Classes, is an exciting and innovative series, which has been upgraded to meet the requirements of NEP 2020. The series is written in strict conformity with the latest rationalised syllabus prescribed by NCERT. This series is suitable for all schools affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. The series is also suitable for schools affiliated to various State Boards of Education, following the National Curriculum Framework. It lays emphasis on activities, which correlate school knowledge with student’s everyday experiences. This student-friendly series teaches mathematics in such an interesting and comprehensive manner that even an average student has no difficulty in grasping the fundamental concepts of mathematics. Components of this series are : Mathematics Success Books 1 to 8 for Primary and Middle Classes. Mathematics Success Teacher’s Resource Books 1 to 8 for Primary and Middle Classes. Online Support for Books 1 to 8. Salient Features of the books 6 to 8 are : Strictly as per the latest NCERT’s rationalised syllabus. A graded and spiralling approach, keeping in mind the age and level of understanding of the student. Eye-catching illustrations and student-friendly layout capture the imagination of the student and create an interest in the subject. Each chapter begins with an exercise under the heading What We Have Learnt, which refreshes the concepts learnt in the previous class. Plenty of well structured Solved Examples and graded exercises. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), for better understanding of the lesson. Value Based Questions to inculcate the moral values in the children. HOTS questions to encourage logical thinking and develop problem solving skills. Assignments under Mental Maths not only enhance the mathematical and calculation skills of the students but also cement the concepts learned. Competency Based/Assertion-Reason Questions focus on students’ demonstration of desired learning outcomes as central to the learning process. Case Study Based Questions inspire the students to apply the mathematical knowledge acquired, to solve real life problems. Art-Integrated Learning (AIL) enhances the linkage between mathematical concepts and art and culture. Things to Remember provides a quick review of the concepts learnt in the chapter. Maths Lab Activity at the end of each chapter helps the students to develop different strategies for solving problems. Two Model Test Papers — one for half yearly examination and other for yearly examination. Salient Features of Online Support are : Topicwise Videos for better understanding of concepts Chapterwise Worksheets for extra practice Chapterwise Mental Maths Assignments Maths Glossary with examples Chapterwise Summary Downloadable e-books (for teachers only) It is hoped that the series will meet the requirements of the students, teachers and parents alike. Suggestions and constructive criticism for the improvement of the books would be highly appreciated. — The Publishers
A Textbook of Tourism [Subject Code 806] for Class 11 is designed to facilitate the job role of Travel Blogger, Airline Staff, Hotelier, Tourism Manager, Travel Consultant, Front Offi.ce Executive, Travel Executive, Tourist Guide, Transport Agent and Tour Operator. This book has been developed as per the latest syllabus and examination pattern. prescnl>ed by the CBSE. The language in the book is deliberately kept reader-friendly, allowing easy accessibility and grasp of knowledge. This book on tourism provides detailed information on tourism concepts. It also emphasises the connections between tourism and India's and the world's history and geography. The book also highlights the role of hospitality, accommodations, tourism activities and ancillary services in tourism. A discussion on different types of tourism organisations in the world has also been presented, emphasising their roles in promoting and developing the travel and tourism industry. Nowadays, the hospitality and tourism industries are among the world's largest. It began with travel during human civilisations when humans began to live in an mganised society. In modem and post-modem times, tourism has evolved manifolds, and its demand has also increased. Travel and tourism promote happiness for various reasons, from leisure and pleasure to psychological and physical well-being and benefits. Considering the growth and development of travel and tourism, the need for professionals to cater to the needs of this dynamic industry was felt. Tourism professionals require an in-depth knowledge gained through multi-disciplinary approaches such as history, geography, culture, anthropology, psychology and tourism business, and thus, the need for competency-based vocational education was realised. In this regard, CBSE introduced travel and tourism courses as part of the tourism and hospitality stream. Each chapter has been divided into the following parts: (a) Introduction: It introduces you to the chapter's topic and learning objectives. (b) Relevant Knowledge: This part of the unit provides you with relevant information on the topics covered. The knowledge developed through this part will enable the students to perform certain activities listed at the end of each topic. (c) Assignment: The various questions included in this part of the chapter will help the students to check their understanding of the topics learnt. Sincere attempts have been made to keep the language of the book simple. The concepts have also been explained through pictorial illustrations wherever necessary. This will allow the students to have a swift reading of the book, making the content of the book easy to understand. We also hope that this book will boost the studentst morale and enormously benefit the teachers. Constructive suggestions for the improvement of the book are most welcome. The authors would be glad to read the feedback and implement it in upcoming books. -Authors
Computer technology, large number of people and dependence on Al has led to large transactions of data throughout the world. The need to study data science has never been greater. Various types of data have to be interacted with and various technical methods are used to open files received in these transactions. Data Science is itself very much grounded on Mathematics and Statistics, and cannot be understood without relying a lot on computer science. With these points in mind, the CBSE has suggested that the subject Data Science be added as a subject in Classes 11 and 12. We have come out with this book, "A Textbook of Data Science for class 11." The book is divided into two parts: Parts A (Employability Skills) and B (Subject Specific Skills). • Part A consists of the chapters on Communication Skills - Ill, Self Management Skills - Ill, ICT Skills - Ill, Entrepreneurial Skills - Ill and Green Skills - Ill. • Part B consists of data science related chapters. They are Ethics in Data Science, Assessing Data, Forecasting on Data, Randomization and Introduction to R Studio. The chapters have the following features: •:• Learning Objectives: It describes the goals to be achieved by the end of the chapter. •:• Chapter Contents: Concepts are explained to strengthen the knowledge base of the learners. •:• Check Your Knowledge: It gives question(s) to test the student's understanding of the chapter taught. •:• Test Yourself: It includes questions with headings such as Multiple choice questions, Match the following, Short Answer Type questions, Long answer type questions, Activity Zone and Group Discussion. This effort of ours will be of immense use for the students and teachers. Any feedback given regarding the quality of the material will be gracefully accepted and acknowledged. We intend to improve the book further, if possible. AUTHOR