• Writing Skill
    I. THE NOUN A noun is a word that names something – a person, a place, a thing, or an idea Mary Malacca mayonnaise mathematics Some nouns refer to a general class of persons, places or things. They are called common nouns, and they are not capitalised unless they are used...
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  • Math for Csec
    Correlating Questionnaire Data With Actual Usage Data in a Mobile Learning Study for High School Mathematics Vani Kalloo and Permanand Mohan The University of the West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago vani.kalloo@gmail.com Permanand.Mohan@sta.uwi.edu Abstract: A mobile learning research project...
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  • India and World Science
    (476 – 550 AD) Aryabhata was an Indian mathematician who lived from 476 AD to 550 AD. He is known as the founder of modern mathematics. He was born in a small city in North India and became the leader of India’s first university, Narmala. Contributions: Aryabhata introduced the number Zero. He is presumed...
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  • Present
    Home Page | Aims and Objectives | Present education Scenario | Favorite Links Page |Guest Book Page | CONTACT V.R.S.EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY | Photo Page | | January 24, 2011        PRESENT EDUCATION SCENARIO IN INDIAToday in India the ambition of Middle Class and Poor students to undergo Higher and Technical...
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  • Save Ailing Earth from Vehicular Pollution
    teacher associations etc., financial support and mobilisation of experts in the country. Such a movement should gradually spread to every corner of India and even across South Asia, unleashing a wave of creativity and scientific temper among young students and their teachers. Guidelines for State Level...
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  • Go Green
    environment. In the past, many successive Indian governments knowingly or unknowingly had failed to realize the magnanimity of reduction in greens and subsequent increase in pollution across the country. The problem was compounded by illiteracy, unemployment and poverty in rural India, whereas in cities...
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  • Jaguar
    real estate industry in India. Since aegis, his dynamic leadership spirit and strong vision reflect his skills in driving business into a success. Mr. Sunil Goel Executive Director            Appointed April 1, 2005 | | | | | | A post graduate in Mathematics, Mr. Sunil Goel, 45, has...
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  • Essay
    done. Lets go in detail how the changes took place in India from Early age to present scenario. History of education: The history of education in India began with teaching of traditional elements such as Indian religions, Indian mathematics, Indian logic at early Hindu and Buddhist centres of learning...
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  • Binapani Ashram for Development of the Tribal Girl Child in West Bengal
    “original inhabitants”, comprise a substantial indigenous minority of the population of India, officially recognized by the Indian Government as “Scheduled Tribes” in the fifth schedule of the Constitution of India. India accounts for about one-fourth of the world tribal population (according to the 1991...
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  • Learning to Cope Up with Life in the Flat World
    Introduction When I sit back and consider the significant events in my past, the important aspects of my current life, and my future goals, the underlying theme is one of appreciating diversity, especially across social cultures and people. Probably being diversified is imbibed into my genes since...
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  • Vedic Maths
    Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering THAPAR UNIVERSITY (Formerly Known as Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology) PATIALA-147004, INDIA June – 2009 DECLARATION I hereby declare that the work which is being presented in the thesis entitled, “Analysis, Verification and FPGA Implementation...
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  • FINANCIAL AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
    tomorrow will not be a bigger man than his father was before him.” – Critically analyse this statement and discuss the tasks expected to be performed by future managers to effectively deal with management challenges. 2. Identify four corporate social responsibility initiatives adopted by corporates which...
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  • Role of Science & Development
    efficiency, fairness and provision. Sustainable development, as a concept, allows us to appreciate better how we can optimize the process of shaping the future and that politics, aided by science and technology (S&T), can take a more active role in that process. S&T analysis and research can make the possible...
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  • Falacies
    LANGUAGE THAT IS THE PROBLEM! The problems are the teachers and the parents. The teachers are not interested in teaching the students and in the students’ future or they are too dumb to teach and parents don’t spend time with their children to encourage them and help them in their studies but thinking that by...
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    Swami Vivekananda and Science Chapter 1 : Introduction This year we are all celebrating 150th birth year of Swami Vivekananda, in India and abroad. A famous Indologist of international repute A.L. Basham, at the time of Swamiji’s 100th birth anniversary said, ‘….. it is difficult to evaluate his ...
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  • Female Infanticide
    developed in the 3rd world countries is republic of India. Even as India has witnessed unprecedented economic growth in the last decade the conditions of millions of Indian women and girl children continue to be deplorable .The unbelievable fact is that India stood in 2nd place in female infanticide( very...
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  • Foreign Banks
    issue. A senior RBI official, involved in the process of drafting the policy, confirmed this on Monday. Currently, there are 32 foreign banks in India and collectively they have 310 branches, 0.43% of the 71,998-strong branch network across the nation. Standard Chartered Bank leads the pack with 95...
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  • Unit 11
    borrowed; from Peru, llama(美洲驼) and quinine(奎宁,在医药上来治疗疟疾); from the West Indies, barbecue(烧烤餐) and cannibal; from Africa, chimpanzee and zebra; from India, bandanna, curry(咖哩), and punch; and from Australia, kangaroo and boomerang(飞去来). In addition, thousands of scientific terms were developed to denote...
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  • Industry Analysis
    US businesses have performed well and have strong balance sheets. US businesses continue to invest for the future which is also driving the growth of Indian IT sector. In the near-term future, recent development in the  global economic environment  is not likely to impact the Indian IT industry. The...
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  • Indian Culture
    National Youth Day. This should be an occasion for young and old to rejoice; it should be a joyous homage to that great soul who single-handedly awoke India from her deep slumber. But ceremonies apart, what do we really have to celebrate? And what does the youth of this country actually have to celebrate...
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