The objective of this one-day programme on November 17th, which is a non-fee event for delegates , is to bring educational leaders together with human resource professionals to establish an ongoing dialogue for raising assessment standards by embracing world class best practices and exploring new technologies. Sessions and workshops will explore topics on Innovation and Score Reporting: Going Beyond the Passing Status, Transition for Paper-Based Testing to Computer Based-Testing: Success Stories; The Role of Technology in Examinations; Best Practices in Assessment, Evaluation for Quality Standards in Higher Education. Also sponsoring this year’s event, which will be held in the Coronet room of the Le Méridien Bengaluru, are cApStAn, The College Board, Internet Testing Systems (iTS), MeritTrac, Pearson and Prometric.
Fat is another fuel source for ATP and is often called upon during exercise. The problem is that there is good fat and bad fat. Good fat, such as nuts, avocados and fish, are easily broken down and much more readily available for use than complex fats, such as french fries, butter and dairy. Good fat will enable the body to get more done with less fatigue. In addition, when the brain uses glucose for energy production, fat utilization within the muscles is enacted. Therefore, working with weights in the gym can potentially optimize fat energy resulting in a more sculpted, toned look.
Living things can use ATP like a battery. The ATP can power needed reactions by losing one of its phosphorous groups to form ADP, but you can use food energy in the mitochondria to convert the ADP back to ATP so that the energy is again available to do needed work. In plants, sunlight energy can be used to convert the less active compound back to the highly energetic form. For animals, you use the energy from your high energy storage molecules to do what you need to do to keep yourself alive, and then you "recharge" them to put them back in the high energy state.