Feed Covid status of students on EMIS, schools told | Coimbatore News

Coimbatore: Schools in the district have been asked to feed status of students with regard to Covid on Education Management Information System (EMIS) – a central database with information about every student. EMIS was designed to monitor the performance of education programmes offered by the schools and to manage distribution and allocation of educational resources.
“Recording the Covid status in this centralised database of students would help in keeping track of the positive cases across the state,” district chief education officer N Geetha said. Further, it will also help in effective monitoring and tracking of positive cases, she said.
“All the schools are strictly following the Covid standard operating procedure (SOP) since the reopening on September 1. But the students tested positive were asymptomatic and could not be detected during thermal scanning. While they didn’t show any symptoms like cold or weakness, they were attending classes as usual like other

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WMU launches professional training and certification in category management | WMU News

Contact: Stacey Anderson

Dr. Russell Zwanka, associate professor of marketing.

KALAMAZOO, Mich.—The Food Industry Research and Education Center (FIRE) at Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business will offer professional training, education and category management certification for professionals in the consumer packaged goods and retail industries this fall. The program is in partnership with Learning Evolution (LE), a leader in online professional training and certification solutions.

The partnership combines the best of Western’s top-tier food marketing curriculum with the technology resources from LE. It will allow for customization of online and in-person training materials and WMU executive certificate programs for individuals and organizations worldwide. Both food marketing faculty and industry experts will develop the content and provide the instruction, under the guidance of the FIRE Center, at affordable prices that make the training an incredible value.

The first jointly developed training program is for a two-level Professional

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New Education Center Dedicated to Anne Frank Debuts in South Carolina | Smart News

Every year, more than 1.2 million people visit the Anne Frank House, an Amsterdam museum housed in the building where the young Jewish diarist hid from the Nazis during World War II.

Confined to a small space for two long years, the teenaged Frank carefully recorded her thoughts, ambitions and everyday experiences in a checkered diary. She lived under constant threat of discovery until August 4, 1944, when German forces discovered her hiding place and arrested its eight inhabitants. Aside from Frank’s father, Otto, all of the people living in the Secret Annex were murdered in Nazi concentration camps before the war’s end.

The Anne Frank House has preserved its namesake’s story since opening to the public in 1960. Now, reports Adam Benson for the Post and Courier, the Dutch museum is expanding its reach by opening a new branch on the University of South Carolina’s (USC)

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Satelight’s Science-Fiction Anime Sakugan Unveils Visual, October 7 Premiere – News

The official website for Sakugan (Sacks&Guns!!), Satelight‘s anime of Nekotarō Inui’s Sakugan Labyrinth Marker (Drilling Labyrinth Marker) novel, unveiled a new visual and revealed the anime’s October 7 premiere date on Friday.

The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX and MBS on October 7 at 11:30 p.m. (10:30 a.m. EDT), and will then run on BS11 on October 9. The three main cast members and the director will appear at an advance online screening of the first two episodes on September 19 on the Niconico Live service.

The anime was delayed to 2021 from its originally slated 2020 broadcast. Crunchyroll will stream the anime as it airs in Japan, and it premiered the first episode in advance on Thursday.

The novel’s description on the Everystar website reads:

The distant future, long after the Western calendar is no longer used.

Humans live shoulder-to-shoulder, cramped in the “Labyrinth,” an

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