• Imparting Quality Education
    Initiative 2.74 acres of land purchased and registered Panchayat approval for Home plan obtained Site formation, roads, bore well work done Electricity connection obtained Home Total built up area planned: 24,000 Sq.ft Sponsorship obtained: 10,000 Sq.ft Sponsorship needed: 14,000 Sq.ft ...
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  • essay
    the learning outcome of these projects. Please note the following:Make your child read Hindi and English story books and children’s Science magazines. Encourage them to undertake creative writing (both in Hindi and English) and practice sums. To make them aware of their surroundings tell them to watch...
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  • Power Reforms
    PROJECTS FEW E-GOVERNANCE INTIATIVES FOR EFFECTIVE MONITORING AND CONSUMER SATISFACTION CONCEPT BY RITU MAHESHWARI IAS MD KESCO Electricity is central to achieving economic, social and environmental objectives of sustainable human development. In fact it has become essential ingredient...
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  • Internet
    | |Big savings on electricity bills. When the computer is not in use, it is powered off automatically by the coin operated timer for PC. | |Big savings on Internet Bandwidth. When the computer is off, internet downloads cannot...
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  • Gsre
    for squids. The residents largely depend on the sea to make a living. There are no concrete roads, water comes from deep wells, and there is no electricity. Everyday, they set out to sea. A boat’s crew is comprised mostly of children. The adult stays in the boat while the children do the diving. The...
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  • Lightning Bulb
    problem but we have some solution. We are going to start a new social business with a new innovation, Solar bulb. The solar bulb does not need any electricity to run. All it needs is an abandoned bottle, water and bleaching powder. It gives enough light to cover a 35 square meter room. The water works as...
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  • Itc E-Choupal Itc
    E-CHOUPAL: ITC’S RURAL NETWORKING PROJECT* I. Abstract In Hindi (an Indian language spoken in most parts of Northern and Central India), a choupal is a village gathering place. The e-choupal initiative—whereby a choupal is equipped with a computer and Internet connectivity—is the brainchild of a large...
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  • Bangalore Contacts
    .......18 12.Gas Leakage .................................................................................................................19 13.Electricity Stations........................................................................................................ 20 14.Air Services................
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  • Paper Bollywood
    Bollywood Eyes Hindi films and how they have reflected changes in India’s political economy1 Amir Ullah Khan and Bibek Debroy Abstract Bollywood presents a fascinating picture. In a little over hundred years, the Hindi film industry has grown steadily to reach enormous proportions. Hindi films are...
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  • Mospi Anuual Report
    Services Indian Statistical Institute Twenty Point Programme Infrastructure and Projects Monitoring Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme Hindi Promotion Other Activities (i) (ii) 1-4 5-11 12 13-42 43-52 53-58 59-62 63-64 65-81 82-93 94-108 109-115 116-120 121-124 ANNEXES ...
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  • Pakistan Notes
    where Syed Ahmad Khan strongly forbade the Muslims to join the Hindu dominated political party, the Indian National Congress. He regretted the Urdu-Hindi controversy initiated by Hindus and predicted that both the nations could no longer live together. He stood for reserved Movement theory. seats...
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  • Mba Cases
    Sabinsa Corporation. Experiencing difficulties with the long-drawn drug approval process of the US Food and Drug Administration and his own dwindling savings, Majeed focussed on ayurvedic products based on natural extracts. He returned to India in 1991 (incidentally, the year when liberalisation started...
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  • Rural Immersion program report
    more than palpable. If the spread of cellphones can be forgotten for a moment, none of the other more crucial and relevant privileges (Water, Electricity, Allowances/wages) were steadily present in either of the villages we visited, as the report would further explain. TRTC officials played their...
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  • Tim Cook
    SUGGESTED REFERENCE BOOKS 01. 02. 03. Entrepreneurship - Class XI - C. B. S. E., Delhi. Entrepreneurship - Class XII- C. B. S. E., Delhi. Udyamita (in Hindi) by Dr. M M.P. Akhouri and S.P Mishra, pub. by National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD), NSIC-PATC Campus, Okhla...
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  • Internal & External Economies in Mumbai
    that average costs will eventually rise because of diseconomies of scale. Types of internal economy of scale 1. Technical economies are the cost savings a firm makes as it grows larger, and arise from the increased use of large scale mechanical processes and machinery. For example, a mass producer of...
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  • Case Study
    Macro Economics, Class XII, NCERT 4. Supplimentary Reading Material in Economics, Class XII, CBSE Note : The above publications are also available in Hindi Medium 330 DESIGN OF QUESTION PAPER ECONOMICS Class – XII Marks – 100 1. Weightage by type of questions Type Number of questions Marks Total...
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  • Energy Efficiency in India History and Overview
    circulation only Foreword India’s substantial and sustained economic growth is placing an enormous demand on its energy resources. The gap between electricity supply and demand in terms of both capacity (i.e. kW) and energy (i.e. kWh) has been steadily growing. Consequently, energy efficiency across all...
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  • Bright Future
    questioning them regarding their earnings, and the narrator’s question embarrassed them. Answer 5-(c): When the narrator suggested that the boys were saving to emigrate to the States. Nicola responded that how much ever they wished to do that, currently they had other plans, which he was unwilling to...
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  • Green Architecture
    Indoor air quality, 3) Green materials, 4) Green building systems and 5) Good design. An enrgy efficient structure should have decreased use of electricity for its basic needs. The structure should make the most of other sources of energy available in its surroundings such as the sun. One example of...
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  • Planning Commission Report India
    Women & Child Development Administration and Other Services Administration Career Management Activities Organisation Method and Co-ordination Section Hindi Section Library and Documentation Center National Informatics Center – Yojana Bhavan Unit Departmental Record Room Planning Commission Club Welfare...
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