• The Benefits of Higher Education for Women
    Educated mothers are more likely to be in the labour force, allowing them to pay some of the costs of schooling, and may be more aware of returns to schooling. And educated mothers, averaging fewer children, can concentrate more attention on each child. Besides having fewer children, mothers with schooling...
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  • Aspartame and Energy
    Perception The first research article, titled ‘Developmental Aspects of Cross-Language Speech Perception’ by Werker, Gilbert, Humphrey and Tees (1981), examines infant and adult abilities to discriminate phonemes across languages. This means that minor acoustic differences in speech sounds should be ignored...
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  • Hijra
    England; e-mail: Robina.Mohammad@plymouth.ac.uk Received 17 May 2006; in revised form 16 September 2006; published online 28 September 2007 Abstract. Hindi cinema offers a means of examining the evolving geographies of the multisited, multinational Indian diaspora and its relationship to the `homeland'...
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  • Republic Day
    Constitution. After many deliberations and some modifications, the 308 members of the Assembly signed two hand-written copies of the document (one each in Hindi and English) on 24 January 1950. Two days later, it came into effect throughout the nation. Celebrations See also: Delhi Republic Day parade The...
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  • tutions
    think that tuitions are really not a necessity till the 10th std if the child is able to pay attention at school and keep up with his school assignments. If one of the parents is able to spend at least an hour at home with the child, in going over school work, tuitions can be avoided, says Aashima Kalra...
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  • Ob Social Project Findings
    Findings The class level increases the number of student decreases because of child labour because the guardians do not understand. During the peak season because of farming, the elder sibling has to take care of the smaller child. Though they have anganwadi to take care of the smaller children but still...
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  • Sdfdgsfd
    English Department of Philosophy Department of Hindi Department of Telugu Department of Urdu Centre for Applied Linguistics & Translation Studies Centre for Comparative Literature Department of Sanskrit Studies Centre for the Study of Foreign Languages Schools of Study 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. School...
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  • Tals
    box gave it to the child with a warning, ‘Handle it carefully, don’t break it’, The toy had rounded corners so the child could not even feel its edges. She couldn’t hammer it on the ground as it was made of plastic. It had no smell or taste. Within three minutes flat the child had left the neatly...
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  • Pres Doc.
    Early Life: On June 19, 1861, Francisco Rizal Mercado and Teodora Alonzo y Quintos welcomed their seventh child into the world at Calamba, Laguna. They named the boy Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda. The Mercado family were wealthy farmers who rented land from the Dominican religious...
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  • Airport Authority
    Affairs) Manager (Fire Services) Manager (Finance) Manager (Human Resources) Manager (Information Technology) Manager (Technical) Manager (Official Language) Manager (Commercial) Manager (Cargo) Manager (Law) Manager (Economic Planning) Manager (Architecture) Manager (Public Relations) Manager (Airport...
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  • Tution: a Necessary Evil?
    think that tuitions are really not a necessity till the 10th std if the child is able to pay attention at school and keep up with his school assignments. If one of the parents is able to spend at least an hour at home with the child, in going over school work, tuitions can be avoided, says Aashima Kalra...
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  • Kaizen
    child's school and his/ her teachers and get feedbacks about your child. 2: Speak openly to your child sothat he/she feels that they are safe to share any of their problems with you and thus keep a good understanding relation with your child. Don't blame them if they got low mark else give them confidence...
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  • Indian Youth Media Habits
    home Distribution of literate youth by activity status (in %) Rural Regular salary & wages Self-employed in non-agriculture Agriculture labour Other (casual) labour Self-employed in agri & allied activity Unemployed Student Unpaid housework Survey Sample Size and its Distribution Rural I. Districts/Towns...
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  • India Art and Culture
    life and pattern of Indian society in diverse regions and equality, diverse fields. Official Languages The Indian Constitution, in 1950, declared Hindi in Devanagari Script to be the official language of the union. It was provided in the Constitution of India that English shall continue to be used...
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  • Miss
    India's recent economic model is largely capitalist.[213] India has been a member of WTO since 1 January 1995.[215] The 486.6-million worker Indian labour force is the world's second-largest, as of 2011.[201] The service sector makes up 55.6% of GDP, the industrial sector 26.3% and the agricultural sector...
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  • Doing Business in India
    Apart from these languages there are innumerable dialects specific to each ethnic group. Different states in India each have different official languages. Central government only recognises Hindi as the official language of India. However, when doing business in India, English is the language of international...
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  • Essays
    past may be forgotten with time and people may never get to see or read about again (“Which human eyes may never more behold“). As a reward for his labour, Derozio prays to his country to grant his wish i.e. return of the past glory and pride Authorship You say that father write a lot of books, but...
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  • Mughals
    Each mansabdar had to maintain an army of slaves. They looked after horses, pitched tents, managed kitchen, worked as guards etc. During famines both Hindi and Muslim families sold their children. Akbar had abolished the policy of taking captives after war. In the late Mughal period, the slave trade had...
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  • Child Labour
    Child Labour - Presentation Transcript MARY LUCAS SCHOOL&COLLEGE * CHILD LABOUR * A Presentation from * Class 9th Student 1. INTRODUCTION CHILD HAS BECOME AN IMPORTANT “SOCIAL ISSUE” IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY LIKE INDIA 2. CHILD LABOUR * Child labour represent a...
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  • socially useful and productive activity report
    mortality has declined for males from 78 in 1990 to 46 in 2010 and for females the decline was from 81 to 49 during this period. Graph 01: Trend in child and overall sex ratio in India. 990 980 970 960 950 940 0-6 years 930 all ages 920 910 900 890 880 1961 1971 1981 1991 ...
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