Article: India Chooses: Cricket or Democracy?

Author: Kate Sullivan, Phd Candidate, Lecturer, Department of International Relations, The Australian National University

Published: Wednesday, 27 March 2009

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Cricket or democracy? When it comes to pitting the world’s most lucrative cricket tournament against the integrity of the world’s largest electoral process, the national game gets ousted, writes Kate Sullivan

India Chooses: Cricket or Democracy?
India Chooses: Cricket or Democracy?

Kate Sullivan is a PhD candidate and India specialist in the Department of International Relations at the Australian National University. She lectures  Hindi-Urdu Filmi Hindi (a course on Bollywood film studies) at the Faculty’s South Asia Center.

CECS Tutoring Quality Program

The College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS) Tutoring Quality Program  (TQP) organized its first discussion forum for Semester 1 2009 today.

Paul Preston from the Academic Skills and Learning Centre led a discussion forum on the role of tutors in effectively supporting and guiding student objectives of learning and understanding.

The Tutoring Quality Program is a Community of Practice (CoP) for tutors and demonstrators in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University.

Tutors provide essential support and scaffolding for effective teaching and learning practice in the university context. The TQP provides a necessary and much-required forum for the development of best practices in teaching and learning.

Several interesting ideas emerged from the discussion which will definitely result in better-informed and capable tutoring practice.

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