• Tgyhju
    text books in regional languages, particularly at the post-graduate level. It is very difficult to dispense with English till these books have been prepared. 5. Its importance in scientific and technological fields: Advanced study in science, technology, law, medicine, etc., is very difficult...
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  • Importance of English
    can also read many books. And these books open up a new In conclusion, I must tell this, if you want to go ahead in your life and in your stream you should learn English so that it would be easier to reach your achievements. That is how English plays a major role in our life. horizon for us. How do...
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  • Mahadevi Verma
    major woman of letters in the modern Hindi world. The essays collected in this volume represent some of Mahadevi Varma’s most famous writings on the “woman question” in India. The collection also includes an introduction to her life, with biographical notes, an analysis of her importance in the...
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  • Consumer Perception
    , Computer books, Religious books, Grammar Books for ENGLISH MEDIUM, GUJARATI MEDIUM AND HINDI MEDIUM Bhavik publishes literature for children like short stories with message and moral rhymes and stories of adventures, biographies of great men through which we inspires and motivates the children to...
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  • bilingual method
    . It means that the language permeates daily life. It is unavoidable and is always expected, especially in the cities. The importance of the ability to speak or write English has recently increased significantly because English has become the de facto standard. Learning English language has...
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  • Drtfyghu
    the human race. Of course, English would be to establish as an international language, and hundreds of attempts have been made in the last two centuries to develop English as an official as well as international language for communication. Language is importance to human’s daily-life in order to...
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  • Role of Marathi Press in Freedom Movement of India
    2006, the first work it took up for translation was Velavaylo Dhulo, a collection of Kelekar's essays.[22] His books have been translated into Hindi and other North Indian languages, and are used by universities.[23] Personal life Kelekar married Godubai Sardessai in 1949; their son Guirish was...
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  • Finalz
    IPEM INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL & COLLEGE, ALLAHABAD CLASS – I HOLIDAY HOME WORK 2013 English Language English Literature Mathematics Science Moral Science Art/Craft Hindi Computer General Knowledge Learn all the work done in class work copy and book. Learn all the work done in class work copy...
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  • History Importance
    : - In which year was Emile Zola’s ‘Germinal’ published? (a) 1584 (b) 1885 (c) 1886 Q.10:-Who wrote the famous novel ‘Jungle Book’? (a) Rudyard Kipling (b) (c) Hunt Jackson (d) (d) 1874 R. L. Stevenson Jane Austen 27 Short Answers Type Questions Q.1: - “Novels were useful for both the...
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  • Tefl
    was alien to me, it was in devanagari . I was in tears and very miserable as I was punished for not being able to answer anything nor read from the text book. The next few days went by and then one fine morning my hindi teacher condescended to help me in grasping the new language. He sat by me on...
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  • Rich dad poor dad
    want to get deeper ~ and if you check out the Internet, plenty of people have gone that way. There are many themes running through this book: individuality vs. society, perseverance, practice makes perfect, the importance of learning and imparting your wisdom on others, and many more. Reflection...
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  • Hindi Dalit Literature
    literary and political landscapes. In what might be best categorised as the Hindi Dalit literary sphere, there exists a plurality of people, life experiences, literary voices and perspectives that often find themselves at odds with one another when trying to fulfil the demands of a mainstream audience...
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  • B.Ed Syallabus
    – prose, poetry and composition. 1. 2. 3. UNIT-II Weightage : 20% Marks : 16 1. Curriculum : Meaning, importance and principles of preparing good Hindi curriculum at secondary level. Principles and rationale of curriculum development. Text book : Meaning and importance of Hindi...
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  • English
    given to the students. Its literary merit and importance were discussed. The objective was to cultivate the interest of students in reading these works. Reviews about the newest of the new books were also presented to get the students acquainted with contemporary literature. 7. Know the...
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  • English in India
    colonial expansion, Indian English is most widely used. There are large numbers of people in India who learn and use English for a wide variety of purposes. Its importance is on the increase in every walk of life, in our native language i.e. Hindi speaking states. No India is acceptable to all the...
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  • Biology
    .2230-7850 Indian Streams Research Journal is a multidisciplinary research journal, published monthly in English, Hindi & Marathi Language. All research papers submitted to the journal will be double - blind peer reviewed referred by members of the editorial Board readers will include investigator in...
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  • Azhar Abbasi
    . Convincing the Muslims Sir Syed was aware that the British knew very little about Islam. Indeed, on a visit to England he was so offended by an English book on the life of the Prophet (PBUH) that he immediately wrote his own work correcting the many errors. Sir Syed was aware that Muslim in...
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  • The Origin of the Urdu Language
    : Mohammed Hussain Azad (1830-1910): 2:Dr. Masud Husain Khan. 3:Mahmud Sherani. 4:M.K.A. Beg. Mohammed Hussain Azad: In his book ‘Aab-e-Hayat’ traced the basis of Urdu to a dialect of western Hindi called Braj Bhasha. This language is spoken by people in the nebulously defined region of Braj...
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  • my work
    original hometown to escape further oppression from a corrupt Spanish priest and from the persecution of other colonial authorities. Their journey lead them to a new place at Rosales, Pangasinan. The novelist discusses the life and the origins of this family while embellished with the historical...
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  • English as a National Foreign Language
    a Hindi-speaking teacher giving their students instructions during an educational tour about where to meet and when their bus would leave, but all in English. It means that the language permeates daily life. It is unavoidable and is always expected, especially in the cities. The importance of the...
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