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9.3.2015 Hi madam, I like your interactive lecture, you brought to our notice a very good knowledge source. Thanks, Yours Bhandare Vishnu

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Hi!107:36, 9 March 2015
Thanks007:34, 9 March 2015
regarding Dussara114:14, 4 October 2014
Dassera Wishes714:12, 4 October 2014
Hi Mam..114:09, 4 October 2014
hello114:07, 4 October 2014
hello114:07, 4 October 2014
Happy Dasara114:05, 4 October 2014
EGovernance110:57, 2 October 2014
hello910:55, 2 October 2014
hi110:52, 2 October 2014
Happy Dasara010:51, 2 October 2014
hello010:50, 2 October 2014
Congratulations012:18, 18 August 2012
Congrats115:46, 16 August 2012
Jim Template editing009:08, 3 April 2012
«no subject»017:26, 2 April 2012
Revisions to SLM templates117:21, 2 April 2012
Table for soft skills017:14, 6 December 2011
Table for soft skills017:14, 6 December 2011
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Hi

Pushpa sinkar (talk)07:32, 9 March 2015

Hi Pushpa

Sangita (talk)07:36, 9 March 2015
 

Hello, We are enjoying learning new technnique of communication. Thanks and regards,

Samidha Pawaskar (talk)07:34, 9 March 2015

regarding Dussara

best wishes

26aparna (talk)10:54, 2 October 2014

Dear Aparna.....develop your user page ....all wishes

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:14, 4 October 2014
 

Dassera Wishes

Happy Dassera to all of you in advance!



R. A. Deshpande 2 October 2014

R. A. Deshpande (talk)10:44, 2 October 2014

Thanks! Wishing you and your family too.... A very Happy Dassera!

Roopa Rao (talk)10:45, 2 October 2014

Wish you and family HAPPY DASSERA too! Roopa sweets kal lana ;-)

Sameena (talk)10:48, 2 October 2014

Dear Sameena...do keep my share in sweets.....

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:12, 4 October 2014
 

Dear Roopa where r my sweets?

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:11, 4 October 2014
 

Thank you and same to you. hope Dassera is happy tomorrow with some discount in the schedule.

Dr. Rajesh Samant (talk)10:51, 2 October 2014

Dr Rajesh....have great day..

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:12, 4 October 2014
 

Dear Deshpande Sir convey my regards & wishes to all

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:10, 4 October 2014
 

Hi Mam.....Thank you...

Sanam Khan (talk)10:50, 2 October 2014

Dear Sanam.....wish U great career ahead...

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:09, 4 October 2014
 

hello This is Dr Tekale

Ptekale (talk)10:46, 2 October 2014

All wishes Dr Tekle

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:07, 4 October 2014
 
hi dear madam....
Dr. Pradnya Lokhande (talk)10:50, 2 October 2014

Dr Pradnya...U r a strong woman with great potential...rise high..

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:07, 4 October 2014
 

Happy Dasara

Hello,

Jeevan Here

Wishing you Happy Dasara

G1onWikiEducator (talk)10:51, 2 October 2014

Dear Jeevan.....wish u all happiness & successs

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)14:05, 4 October 2014
 

EGovernance

Science and Technology have always been an integral part of Indian culture. Natural philosophy, as it was termed in those ancient times, was pursued vigorously at institutions of higher learning. The Indian Renaissance, which coincided with our independence struggle, at the dawn of 1900s witnessed great strides made by Indian scientists. This innate ability to perform creatively in science came to be backed with an institutional setup and strong state support after the country’s independence in 1947. Since then, the Government of India has spared no effort to establish a modern S&T infrastructure in the country. The Department of Science and Technology plays a pivotal role in promotion of science and technology in the country. This section offers detailed information pertaining to scientific education and scientific research & development. Details of policies, schemes, documents and programmes for scientists, researchers, scholars, students, etc. are also available.

Rajendra.patil (talk)10:50, 2 October 2014

HELLO

MEHUL (talk)10:57, 2 October 2014
 

hello This is Dr Tekale

Ptekale (talk)10:46, 2 October 2014

Finally .... got the message!

Roopa Rao (talk)10:47, 2 October 2014

So lets start discussing the GD topic

Dr. Rajesh Samant (talk)10:49, 2 October 2014
 

Hi Dr.Tekale

Sameena (talk)10:47, 2 October 2014
 

hi

Shrutinayak13 (talk)10:47, 2 October 2014

Hellow madam, So ready with Gd material?

Dr. Rajesh Samant (talk)10:49, 2 October 2014

I still have to read...

Sameena (talk)10:55, 2 October 2014
 

Shruti....Hi and Happy Dassera:-)

Sameena (talk)10:50, 2 October 2014
 

Sir lets discuss GD topic

Dr. Rajesh Samant (talk)10:48, 2 October 2014
 
 

Hi

Priti. (talk)10:50, 2 October 2014

hello.. happy vijaya dashami

Manisha Samant (talk)10:52, 2 October 2014
 

Happy Dasara

Hello,

Jeevan Here

Wishing you Happy Dasara

G1onWikiEducator (talk)10:51, 2 October 2014

hi mam, good afternoon

Pshah (talk)10:50, 2 October 2014

Congratulations

Hi Dr. Sujata Dhopte, Hearty Congratulations For the User Page Award. Your Page is indeed wonderful.

    I had done the EL4C50 & 51 Workshop .One can learn a lot from your page.Veena Dhume.
Veena Dhume (talk)12:18, 18 August 2012

Hi Sujata,

Congratulations on receiving the August UPE award. Your page is very inspiring!

Your wikineighbour, Alison

ASnieckus (talk)23:15, 15 August 2012

Thanks....U r always inspirational..Best Regards Sujata

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)15:46, 16 August 2012
 

Jim Template editing

There are two basic ways of modifying a template: Copy a snapshot of an existing template, creating a new one modified for your use Edit the original to get the source use your browser's Copy function to make a copy of the wikitext source Cancel the editing of the original (not making any changes to the original, merely using the Edit function to get the wikitext) Create a newly named template use the browser's Paste function to populate it with that starting point modify to suit Parameterize an existing template You can use the What links here item in the navigation sidebar to find how the existing template is being used. If you think (a) others may benefit from changing the first word and (b) you want to be able to track along with any changes made to the original template... then it might make sense to modify the original, turning the word you want to change into a parameter with a default value of the original word. That way current users of the original template would be able to continue to use it unchanged, but you would be able to specify a different "first word." If you tell me the template you wish to start from and exactly how you want to change it, I can offer more specific suggestions. JimTittsler (Talk | contribs)23:09, 2 April 2012EditHistoryPermalinkReply Thanks for all the valuable quick response. Template:Aims I have put up it on the very first page of MU OER PORTAL. REGARDS DR SUJATA Dr Sujata Dhopte (Talk | contribs)01:06, 3 April 2012EditHistoryPermalinkReply Because your use is not related to the original Template:Aims, I used method #2 above. I copied the Template:Aims to Template:MU_OER_Header and modified it for your portal. JimTittsler (Talk | contribs)02:02, 3 April 2012EditHistoryPermalinkReply

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)09:08, 3 April 2012

«no subject»

Straight Sorry... I was unaware....but definitely follow your instructions. Pl do give such frank opinions..so that I will able to give justice to our project MU OER PORTAL by collective wisdom acquired by expertise like you. SLMintro is there on all the pages of the portal..was giving problem by denoting numerical 2 which was irrelevant,,,so editing was required,,,henceforward I will give it a try to create new version. thanks & indeed sorry for the inconvenience caused. Regards Dr Sujata

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)17:26, 2 April 2012

Revisions to SLM templates

Hi Sujata,

I noticed that you made changes to two of the SLM templates (intro and SAQ). Your revision in each was to delete one of the parameters. As these are widely used templates, that is many pages use these particular templates to structure content, we have to be careful when revising the templates that the changes don't impact other pages. In fact, without the parameter in the SLM intro template, any content specified in the intro section is lost.

The best way to deal with this problem is to make a new version of the template, maybe SLMintro2, which doesn't include the parameter.

If you have further questions about this, do let me know. I'm happy to explain further. Sorry for the trouble this causes.

Alison

ASnieckus (talk)00:36, 31 March 2012

Straight Sorry... I was unaware....but definitely follow your instructions.

Pl do give such frank opinions..so that I will able to give justice to our project MU OER PORTAL by collective wisdom acquired by expertise like you.

SLMintro is their on all the pages of the portal..was giving problem by denoting This is the second temlate and I'm not sure if it works and what is expected to happen- such numerical,,,so editing was required,,,hence forward I will give it a try to create new version.

thanks & indeed sorry for the inconvenience caused.

Regards Dr Sujata

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)17:21, 2 April 2012
 

Table for soft skills







No. Resource Person Topics Topic Page



1 Kirti Nakhare Non-verbal communication


User:Kirtiynakhare/Mysandbox



2 [[User:]]
3 Hemangi Bhagwat Group Discussion


Hello Sujata, hope you are fine. Couldn't find the link to your sandbox so sending you the table.


Regards Gayatri

Group_Discussion
4 Gayatri Gadgil Email


User:Gayatri/email
5 Saroja Ganapathy Listening Skills


Listening_Skills


Gayatri (talk)17:14, 6 December 2011

Table for soft skills







No. Resource Person Topics Topic Page



1 Kirti Nakhare Non-verbal communication


User:Kirtiynakhare/Mysandbox



2 [[User:]]
3 Hemangi Bhagwat Group Discussion


Hello Sujata, hope you are fine. Couldn't find the link to your sandbox so sending you the table.


Regards Gayatri

Group_Discussion
4 Gayatri Gadgil Email


User:Gayatri/email
5 Saroja Ganapathy Listening Skills


Listening_Skills


Gayatri (talk)17:14, 6 December 2011
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