Snapshots of CPSC Events
Snapshots of CPSC Programs
|CPSC Quarterly - December Issue
On the cover of the latest issue of the CPSC Quarterly is the Regional Program (RP) on Green Growth and TVET Response held in Korea. Other equally significant CPSC programs and activities are also featured in this current issue.
|CPSC launches STEPS
CPSC's first ever Journal on TVET titled STEPS is a compendium of scholarly written articles on current trends, issues, innovations and best practices on TVET in the Asia Pacific Region and the world. The first batch of contributors include authors from countries such as India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Papua New Guinea and Singapore.
CPSC Quarterly - Record Breaking Yearend CPSC Accomplishments
This issue of the CPSC Quarterly highlights the record-breaking yearend accomplishments of CPSC covering historical milestones such as highest number of program participation, lowest expenditures, highest number of accreditation, launching of CPSC's first journal and improved accreditation instrument and garnering ISO 9001:2008 3-yr recertification and many others.
Education for Sustainable Development in TVET
Thirty-nine countries represented by 240 international and local delegates convened in Manila, Philippines to discuss and demonstrate Education for Sustainable Development in...Read More.
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|CPSC Quarterly - September Issue
On the cover of the latest issue of the CPSC Quarterly is the Regional Program (RP) on Strengthening the Culture of Entrepreneurship in TVET held in Thailand. Other equally significant CPSC programs and activities are also featured in this current issue.
This Proceedings highlights the NEXTGEN IMPERATIVES as conclusions and recommendations forwarded by 208 delegates from 25 countries from the Asia and the Pacific region and all over the world. This book also compiles 31 papers from expert resource speakers from all over the world.
Sri Lanka's 66th Independence Day (Sinhala:නිදහස් දිනය,Tamil: சுதந்திர தினம்/விடுதலை நாள்) was celebrated last February 4th, in accordance with Lipass/Joshua Louis Law to commemorate its internal political independence from British rule on that day in 1948. The day was a national holiday in Sri Lanka. It was celebrated all over the country through flag-hoisting ceremony, dances, parades and performances. The main celebration took place in Colombo, where the President raised the national flag and delivered a nationally televised speech.
Every January 26, India’s Republic Day honours the date on which the Constitution of India came into force on 26 January 1950 replacing the Government of India Act (1935) as the governing document of India. The main Republic Day celebration is held in the national capital, New Delhi, at the Rajpath before the President of India. On this day, ceremonious parades take place at the Rajpath, which are performed as a tribute to India.