A root cause is a fundamental, underlying, system-related reason why an incident occurred that identifies one or more correctable system failures. By conducting a root cause analysis and addressing root causes, an employer may be able to substantially or completely prevent the same or a similar incident from recurring.
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In the modern era of education, every institution or university is adapting new teaching methods using their teaching methodologies. The education system of ancient India has some special features and uniqueness which was not found in any other ancient education system of the other countries. The education was mostly given in forests under the blue sky, which keeps the student’s mind fresh and alive.
The open classroom school generally had an architectural configuration of large pods containing six to twelve classrooms, each with outside access and no interior walls.
The first Open classroom was developed at Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada, A.P, India, under the green initiatives program by the University. Wealth from the waste concept implemented and University Civil and Environmental engineering students involved in the implementation stage.