Message from the Founder & President – National Doctors Day

Dear All,

I wish to take today’s observance of “National Doctor’s Day” as an opportunity to extend my sincere appreciation to the faculties, students and colleagues. On this day, I would like to recognize and thank each of you for your unwavering dedication to enhancing the health and well-being of our community, and beyond.

We recognize the special contributions and responsibilities of the physicians; I am especially proud that each of you has chosen Texila American University, compelled by the opportunity to improve the lives of our humans with the best in evidence-based clinical care and the most innovative translational research.

It is a great observance that this day is celebrated which helps in fulfilling the actual need of doctors in the lives of everyone as well as their significant roles and responsibilities.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the faculties, students and colleagues who are a part of Texila American University in rendering Good Medical Education to the aspiring students across the globe.

The extraordinary talent and productivity of the basic research and faculty experts are essential components in the overall excellence of all our endeavors. With appreciation and admiration for all you do, I salute you, and thank you!

S.P. Saju Bhaskar

President

Texila American University

Exploring Growing Careers in Teaching and Education

Choosing a career in Education is rewarding and fulfilling. Technology continues to transform virtually every industry and education is no exception.

Today’s teachers are expected to be well-versed in technology-driven classrooms, utilize student data in new ways, and communicate with both students and parents online.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics (BLS), education job opportunities are on the rise. The educational services industry has become the second-fastest growing industry.

In fact, the field of education is so varied that there are hundreds of different careers that can be accomplished with a basis in education. These jobs can be based online, in a classroom, in other countries, or even in centres or homes.

Education is evolving with new expansions and career opportunities as technology is incorporated in classrooms and schools.

A full 87 % of reading and literacy teachers report being extremely satisfied with their work. By 2018, 2.5 million new jobs are estimated to meet advanced job requirements. The Bureau of Labour Statistics estimates that jobs in education will grow by 18% from 2008 to 2018.

Shortage and Scarcity demands a quick action from you 

Enroll for Education Programs at Texila

Becoming a teacher is the most obvious form of an educational career. Even within teaching, the subject areas and age groups are so varied that a range of options exist. Below are several areas that can be utilized for employment and careers when entering the world of education.

Some of the fastest growing Careers in Education:

  • Curriculum Developer
  • Subject Matter Expert (SME)
  • Postsecondary Teacher
  • Education Administrator
  • School Counsellor
  • Special Education Teacher

Interested in One of These Careers?

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The field of education is constantly shifting, and more career possibilities will arise in the future. Keeping track of the educational climate and sharpening your skills to accommodate it will help you keep careers in education and make a positive impact on the lives of students.

Texila American University Offers Education programs at various levels via Blended Learning Mode. The programs are offered in partnership with University of Central Nicaragua (UCN).

  • Bachelors in Education (B.Ed.)
  • Masters in Education (M.Ed.)
  • PhD in Education

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World Down Syndrome Day 2017

World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), observed on 21 March every year, is a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012.

WHAT IS DOWN SYNDROME?

Down syndrome is a genetic condition when an individual has a full or partial extra copy of chromosome 21. It causes delays in physical and intellectual development It alters the course of development and causes the characteristics associated with Down syndrome and is the most frequently occurring chromosomal disorder.

Down Syndrome is named after a doctor who first described the disease Dr. John Langdon Down.

Down syndrome is not related to race, nationality, religion or socioeconomic status. The most important fact to know about individuals with Down syndrome is that they are more like others than they are different.

There are three types of Down syndrome:

  • Trisomy 21 (nondisjunction) accounts for 95% of cases
  • Translocation accounts for about 4%
  • Mosaicism accounts for about 1%

People with Down syndrome have an increased risk for certain medical conditions like heart defects, respiratory and hearing problems, Alzheimer’s disease, childhood leukaemia and many more

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Approximately one in every 700 babies in the United States is born with Down syndrome – about 6,000 each year. There are more than 400,000 people living with Down syndrome.

In 1983, the average life expectancy of a person with Down syndrome was a mere 25-years-old. Today, it’s 60.

WHY MARCH 21?

The date for World Down Syndrome Day, being the 21st day of the 3rd month, signifies the triplication of the 21st Chromosome which causes Down Syndrome.

A motivating home environment, good healthcare and positive support from family, friends and the community enable people with Down syndrome to lead fulfilling and productive lives.

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