• Education
    forms to ensure the attainment of quality education for all. Quality education: • • • • • • is locally relevant and culturally appropriate. is informed by the past (e.g. indigenous and traditional knowledge) is relevant to the present, and prepares individuals for the future builds knowledge, life...
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  • message
    Technology. “ Out of the past is built the future. … Our ancestors were great. We must first recall that… we must build an India yet greater than what she has been. “, this was his ‘mantra ‘ for the rejuvenation of the country. Swamiji had a dream that India will rise and become great with the...
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  • Industry Analysis
    This month’s briefing looks at India’s automotive industry, it gives a political and economic overview, light vehicle market, and the manufacturing and components industry. The manufacturing sector has registered a steady growth in the past few years. Exports of manufactured goods from India...
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  • Role of Science & Development
    selfinterest. It challenges them to reconcile conflicting rationalities in work practices in science and politics and to link 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...
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  • Indian Civilization
    India ------------------------------------------- 04-12 2.1 The land and Climate -------------------------------------------- 07 2.2 The Indus Valley Civilization -------------------------------------------- 07-08 2.3...
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  • Internet in Industry
    appropriate financial and strategic decisions about their future; conversely, incomplete or inaccurate accounting data can cripple a company, no matter its size or orientation. The importance of accounting as a barometer of business health – past, present, and future – and tool of business navigation is...
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  • India
    delay, I present to you…India. The official name of India is Bharat spoken in the Hindi language. Spoken in the secondary language of English, India’s official name is the Republic of India. It is believed that some of the greatest minds have come from India. Most of the modern mathematics or...
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  • chemical engineering
    same. It is not. The choice is ours: we can presume that because the past was OK and the present isn’t too bad, then the future will look after itself. Or we can aspire to a future better than it would otherwise be and develop a strategy to achieve it. Two months ago I released a position paper...
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  • India and World Science
    [and] concerned with the physical world." Ancient science Astronomy Aryabhata (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...
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  • Indian Education System
    inefficient state of public service delivery in education, with high teacher absence6 and low teaching activity even when teachers are present, is likely to keep learning levels low for the foreseeable future. India has more languages than any other country - fifteen main languages and hundreds of...
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  • Are Math Readiness and Personality Predictive of First-Year Retention in Engineering
    are falling short of meeting current and future demands in the workforce (Morton, 2007). One of the concerns with the engineering programs in the United States is that while applicant and acceptance rates have remained constant over the past few years, the retention rates for these programs are...
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  • Unit 11
    . have written columns supporting Official English. But would anyone characterize as conservatives the present and past U.S.English board member Alistair Cooke, Walter Cronkite, and Norman Cousins? One of the strongest opponents of bilingual education is the Mexican-American writer Richard Rodriguez...
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  • Present
    on building good character in students who are future citizens of India.     Unlike other Higher Education colleges, we will introduce Dress Code in our College in order to promote the sense of belongingness and equality. | | | Challenges of present educational system in India Since we...
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  • A Study of Fdi and Indian Banking
    private sector banks to 74 per cent under automatic root including investment by foreign investment in India. The aggregate foreign investment in a private bank from all sources will be 74 per cent of paid-up capital of the bank. 1.1 THE PRESENT BANKING & FINANCIAL SCENARIO In recent times economy is...
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  • Foreign Worker
    shortage of news about this little understood segment of our Malaysian economy. We should not be surprised at the increasing frequency of snippets of news on foreign labour. That's because foreign workers have steadily increased in number over the past two decades so that today they are a key part...
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  • Cultural Heritage
    of India, to protect the environment. The accelerated pace of development in our country has brought forth changes both in the physical environment and cultural patterns on an unprecedented scale. With the result, the familiar surroundings and the related cultural identities are being lost. It...
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  • Commerce
    - Wireless Spectrum, WAP - Origins of WAP, WAP Architecture. Wireless Datagram Protocol(WDP), Short Message Services, General Packet Radio Service(GPRS),Wireless Technology (CDMA, GSM), Different generations in Wireless Communication, Mobile commerce and its future in India. (L6 /M10) Suggested...
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  • Female Infanticide
    also analyzed the future of females (using mathematics) in coming years if this situation continues. Index Terms—Infanticide, Torture , 3rd world countries PESTEL, INTRODUCTION “Killing of an entirely dependent child under “one year of age” who is killed by mother, parents or others in whose...
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  • Operation Research
    also would contribute to the enhanced quality of life in India. The present paper is an attempt to highlight the significance of operation research, different techniques used and its application in business and industry. 2. ORIGIN, HISTORY & DEVELOPMENTS Operations Research as a new field...
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  • National Curriculam Framework
    ethos (Chapter 4). In all the four familiar areas of the school curriculum, i.e. language, mathematics, science and social sciences, significant changes are recommended with a view to making education more relevant to the present day and future needs, and in order to alleviate the stress with which...
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