The Debate Between Anti-Intellectualism & The Vocational Education In Articles "My Struggles With Anti-Intellectualism" By Paul Stoller & "What’S Wrong With Vocational School?" By Charles Murray

Educational attainment is essential to achieve because this brings satisfaction to our lives. From the articles that I have read, the topic of debate between anti-intellectualism and the vocational education has been raised. The first article entitled My Struggles With Anti-Intellectualism was written by Paul Stoller. He was a professor of anthropology courses and had … Read more

Semantic Analysis

There has been a lot of interest recently in making quality education more accessible to students worldwide using information technology [1]. Automated marking systems (AMS) and computer-based assessment (CBA) are rapidly growing areas of research, concerning academics involved in teaching at all levels across a wide range of disciplines. Automated marking has the potential to … Read more

A Story About John Humphrey Noyes

The radical notion that one could be without sin be perfect did not originate with John Humphrey Noyes, the leader of the Oneida Community and the perfectionist movement, however, his brand of perfectionism was genuinely new. He claimed that in 70 AD Christ had returned to earth, therefore liberation from sin was an accomplished fact. … Read more

My Educational Background

On 31st August 2016, I successfully completed my undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering from University of South Asia Lahore, Pakistan with a CGPA of 2.86. During my undergraduate studies I have been a brilliant student. I had involved in many Curriculum as well as co curriculum activities. I was a good player of football, cricket … Read more