• happy and prosperous india
    City level Winners of the first Tamil edition of Tata Building India - School Essay Competition from 4 cities felicitated in Chennai • Around 1.30 lakh Students from 137 schools participated in the 2009-10 Tamil edition of Tata Building India School Essay Competition from 4 cities in...
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  • English as a Global Language
    typical nor limited in her learning and imagination. She was widely read in Tamil and Kannada, and comfortable in the world of ideas. These were the parents who gave Ramanujan the telling metaphor of father language and mother tongue that enlightens much of the analysis found in the essays of this...
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  • S. Chandrashekhar
    the scattering of light from molecules. Education began at home with Sitalakshmi giving instruction in Tamil and English, while C. S. Ayyar taught his children English and arithmetic before departing for work in the morning and upon returning in the evening. The reader is Is this Essay helpful...
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  • three man in a boat stroy of jjjjjjjj
    stage upwards. The RTE Act (2009) has also emphasized the all-round development of the child. So it is necessary for the teachers to take care of the physical development of the children and the teachers need training in delivering physical education in schools. The Board has developed the...
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  • Service Marketing in Education Sector
    ) * All India Council for Technical Education School education [edit] School children in Tamil Nadu The structure of education in the state is based on the national level pattern with 12 years of schooling (10+2+3), consisting of eight years of elementary education, that is, five years of...
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  • Subramainaya Baharathi
    Tamil language. Bharathiar was born on December 11, 1882 in Ettayapuram, which is now part of Thoothukudi District. Bharathiar was educated at a local high school where his talents as a poet were recognized even at the age of 11. He had voracious appetite for learning ancient and contemporary...
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  • Socio-Economic Issues in India
    compulsory education and the child labour ban, many children were still missing classes to go to work. The government did not interfere even when children missed school. Also, online country studies publications by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress stated that “it was not unusual...
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  • Value of Good Health
    quite popular in my neighborhood with the ladies swearing by its benefits. Many other wake up early each morning and go for walks to a school nearby where they walk bare feet on the grass, still wet withdrew from the previous night. However, this stop during winter’s and children examination season...
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  • cash
    first prize in solo dance competition Won second prize in FRENCH essay writing Won second place for Quiz in school level Won second place for Egg shell painting in cultural competition EXTRA MURAL PURSUITS Project leader in school level Placement coordinator for ECE department in...
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  • Nissim Ezekiel and A.K. Ramanujan
    the Indian oral and written literary tradition. His essay "Where Mirrors Are Windows: Toward an Anthology of Reflections" (1989), and his commentaries in The Interior Landscape: Love Poems from a Classical Tamil Anthology (1967) and Folktales from India, Oral Tales from Twenty Indian Languages (1991...
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  • Research on Kannathil Muthamittal
    ability to write this essay, before I came to the conclusion that they were in fact the motivation behind my writing. Consequently my analysis of Mani Ratnam's depiction of Tamil militancy in Sri Lanka in Kannathil Muthamittal (A Peck on the Cheek, 2002, henceforth KM) is offered as a reflection on the...
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  • Education in Malaysia
    amidst Chinese protests. In 1956, the Razak Report was adopted by the Malayan government as the educational framework for independent Malaya. The Razak Report called for a national school system consists of Malay, English, Chinese and Tamil-medium schools at the primary level, and Malay and English...
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  • Dowry System
    to write award winning essay is to do the piece of writings in your own words. It must be noted down that this essay can be translated to other languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Kashmiri, Maithili, Malayalam, Meithei, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu...
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  • Secret Behind the Success of Small Budget Movies Subaramanipuram & Pasanga
    cultural politics of India’s other film industry’ edited by Selvaraj Velayutham - the essays regarding feminism, heroism, marketing, and audience of Tamil film industry written by various authors helped me to do my research. ‘Desire, Youth, and Realism in Tamil Cinema’, an article written by...
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  • Sri Lanka
    and female. Infants are traditionally kept with their mothers or female relatives. Babies are carried until they can walk and sleep with mothers until they are school-aged, at which time they are encouraged to move into a bed with their siblings. Nearly all mothers breast-feed their children, commonly...
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  • Mottamari
    are found in canteens/restaurants, or are found engaged in picking rags and hawking goods on foot-path. But some children are working in highly hazardous conditions. For examples fireworks and match box units in Sivakasi in Ramanathapuram district in Tamil Nadu employ 45,000 children. A large...
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  • Child
    to do so. She joined the special school for child labourers at Sivakasi. She would attend school in the morning and work at night. Making matches is her job. The Tamil Nadu Science Forum announced an essay competition on the topic “Food as Medicine”. Seeing this she was filled with the desire to...
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  • Amay
    with a great heritage can turn out to be great with perseverance, confidence and effort. India's 11th President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam assumed office on July 25, 2002. He was born on 15th October 1931 at Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu. Dr. Kalam has been often referred to as the "Missile Man of India...
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  • Asia
    International School, Nugegoda 11 Let’s Pay Tribute to Teachers 5th of October is Teacher’s day. It is celebrated all over the world. A country needs both children and teachers for future development. Teachers are the lights of our lives. They teach us all positive things; to do well in...
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  • Role of English in India
    school children learn their mother tongue first, then the regional language and the official language. Although implemented everywhere except in Tamil Nadu, it reflects the contradictory tensions between the wish for national integration and the respect of minority rights, an awkward compromise...
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