• linguistic slavery
    bother if we are spelling English words correctly (which anyways have no logic), we bother whether ‘tortoise’ is the correct pronounciation or is it ‘tortis’. We have made such an education system where a person who learns a foreign language becomes an Engineer and a person who learns Hindi or Marathi...
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  • Resume
    and Data Structures MATH 425: Introduction to Probability EECS 421: Properties of Transistors Languages: C++ Software: Matlab, LabView, Maple, AutoCAD, Multisim Operating Systems: Windows XP, Mac OS X, Linux Marian Sarah Parker Scholars Program (2011-2012) - Invites high-achieving women to...
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  • Msme Annual Report
    Programmes for Women Use of Official Language Vigilance Activities Citizen Charter, Right to Information (RTI) Act and Performance Monitoring and Evaluation System (PMES) 55 - 70 71 - 75 76 - 88 89 - 98 99 - 112 113 - 119 120 - 133 134 - 135 136 - 144 145 - 147 148 - 151 152 - 153 154 - 156...
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  • Bank
    Hindi may be mentioned in their Annual Confidential Reports under column 'Communication skill'. (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) 42. Hindi in internal work of Banks - Recommendations of the Group on Reporting system As per the decision taken in the 90th meeting of Official Language Implementation...
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  • Internationalized Domain Names
    bilingual facility useful, the typists and stenographers are being nominated for Hindi typing and Hindi stenography as per the prescribed training schedule of the Department of Official Language. Recently more than 50% of the computers reinstalled in the Ministry have been loaded with Hindi Software and...
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  • Language Policy in India
    past there has been significant controversy surrounding language policy in India (and even a history of violence) the present system that exists is quite stable. The current policy in India can be described as a 3+/- 1 language outcome (Laitin, 415). The explanation that this paper seeks to offer is to...
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  • Current Affairs 2011
    from his post on March 3,2011amid ongoing protests in the North African nation? Ahmed Shafiq. Shafiq will be replaced by former Transport Minister Essam Sharaf. 19. Indian scientist from Indian Institute of Science Education and Research who has helped NASA to predict Solar Flare? Dibyendu Nandi He and...
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  • Role of Language and Script in Raising the Religious Revivalism in Colonial Punjab Ayesha Tabbasum
    Urdu was incorporated various Arabic and Persian words while Hindi drew on Sanskrit was cited by Hindu nationalists as “proof” that Islam was foreign religion in India and there language should be the language of country. Vickie Langhor, Colonial education system and spread of local religious...
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  • Bgt Satinath Sarangi
    , and leaving more than half a million maimed. “It came without warning in the dead of the night. Most people drowned in their own body fluids,” said Sarangi. “It was a total failure of all systems. The 5,74,000 people (as per government records) who survived, wish they were dead too. A whole...
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  • English Should Not Be Used as a Medium of Instruction in Higher Education
    Times', New Delhi, dated 12th September, 1990 (Editorial) The paper is silent about the place of English in the school system and also about the medium of Instruction for university and higher education. Hindi and regional languages should be the media of instruction at all levels of...
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  • Science
    students (language, analytical thinking, motivation) 4. Lack of autonomy in present affiliating system especially with regard to formulation of courses and modifications to be done from time to time 5. More emphasis on external evaluation rather than continuous system of evaluation 6. Innovative and...
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  • Amrita Pritam
    independent language. Its claim mainly rests upon its phonetic system and on its store of words not found in Hindi; both of which characteristics are due to its old lahanda foundation. Some of the most common words do not occur in Hindustani....
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  • Ahahahahahahahahaha
    has given the names of the drugs in six languages: Syriac, Greek, Persian, Hindi, Latin and Berber.tribution lies in medicinal plants as presented in his several books, specially Kitab al-Jami-li-Sifat Ashtat al-Nabatat. He studied and reviewed all the literature on the subject of medicinal plants...
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  • Research on Pakistani Cinema
    and technical film tools that are shaped by syntax in the form of film. (James Monaco 2000 pg: 3). 1.5 Language in cinema Metz (2000) discussed that spoken or written language is actually a communication system and should not be misinterpreted with verbal language of films. He described in...
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  • law project
    State may, with the previous consent of the President, authorise the use of the Hindi language, or any other language used for any official purposes of the State, in proceedings in the High Court having its principal seat in that State: Provided that nothing in this clause shall apply to any judgment...
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  • Information Technology
    , Australia (7)ELDA, France E-mail: eric@spex.nl Abstract The goal of the LILA project was the collection of speech databases over cellular telephone networks of five languages in three Asian countries. Three languages were recorded in India: Hindi by first language speakers, Hindi by second language...
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  • Translation
    Medical Translation and Typing trends in Hindi Medical translation is one of the most difficult forms of translation. A medical translator has to use a culturally sensitive language and right medical terminology to convey the intended meanings of medical documents. A medical translator needs to...
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  • Linguistic Changes of an Individual in Migration
    language policy. Those who neither speak the language of the state nor the two official languages, English and Hindi, now have to grapple with learning four languages in order to pass the school systems and secure jobs within the modern sector (Laitin. D, 1989). Consequently, many people who migrate...
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  • Indian English
    grouped under phonological and grammatical features. http://www.boddunan.com/education/61-english-language/1568-indian-english.html The differences between English and Hindi/Urdu Introduction: Hindi is the major language of India. Linguistically and in its everyday spoken form Hindi is...
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    reformer who preached in the language of the people in Hindi. He preached the worship of Rama and Sita. He also strongly condemned caste system. Ramanuja : Ramanuja preached Vaishnavism in the south and declared Bhakti to be the sole of Salvation. His doctrine is called Visishtadvaita. He is considered...
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