Month: August 2020

PM Modi to release sixth instalment of PM-KISAN scheme to 8.5 crore farmers today; to launch Rs 1 Lakh Cr financing facility

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the financing facility of one lakh crore rupees under the Agriculture Infrastructure Fund  today through video conferencing. He will also release the sixth instalment of funds of 17 thousand crore rupees to 8.5 crore farmers under the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojna (PM-KISAN) […]

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Alaska Christian College

about us Our vision is to be the premier college of choice for Alaska Native students so that our graduates follow and serve Christ within the Church and larger society. our mission and vision The mission of Alaska Christian College is to empower Alaska Natives through biblically-based education and Christian […]

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University of Alaska

How to apply Going to college in Alaska is only a few steps away APPLY FOR ADMISSION Apply to your university of choice. Each institution has an admissions application to complete and submit online. You will need to setup a new user account if you don’t already have one. There […]

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Emotion Recognition

Have you ever thought of any sort of interaction with any machine through emotion recognition? Yes, this is the area of the science which many want to uncover but still not able to encompass. With the constant advancement of Automated Emotion Evaluation(AEE), the emotion recognition technologies are trying to establish […]

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Covid-19

The vaccine race for covid-19 is going hotter in this days,as per latest reports Russia is planning to launch its vaccine on 12 th August 2020,it’s going to available in the market from October Oxford university vaccine has already began its phase 2 and 3 in India with serum institute,this […]

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What makes an employee to be motivated and satisfied with his job

There are definite links between how motivated you are at your workplace and your level of job satisfaction. Owners of small businesses should endeavor to increase job satisfaction so employee motivation will also improve, resulting in better job performance and increased efficiency. Concentrate on creating enthusiasm, optimism, contentment and feelings […]

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India’s Healthcare Condition

Long before the virus invasion into India, the nation already suffered from a devastatingly poor healthcare system. With more corrupt systems in Public (government owned) hospitals where only miserable think of going while the middle or upper  middle and upper classes always seek for the genuine treatments at heavily priced […]

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Manish Sisodia on National Education Policy 2020

Recently an interview of Mr. Manish Sisodia, the Education Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi was published in Hindi newspaper Hindustan. He talked about the New Education Policy 2020 and what he thinks about it. I will state some of the important things he said. He is somewhat happy […]

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SEPARATION OF POWERS

INTRODUCTION As said by Aristotle, “All constitutions have three elements, concerning which the good lawgiver has to regard what is expedient for each constitution. When they are well-ordered, the constitution […]

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AYURVEDA :THE ANCIENT INDIAN ART

In olden days man lived very close to nature and whenever he got in disposed he cured himself by the resources and materials provided by nature, which is nothing but the herbs. The vast field of Ayurvedic science is gaining more importance and popularity across the globe because of its […]

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Spitting in India: A public nuisance

Smoking/spitting tobacco is also a major public health hazard which contributes to the spreading of communicable diseases like Tuberculosis, Swine Flu, Avian Flu and Pireumonia disease. There are new laws that can come into force as a bane to many Pan Masala lovers. The national directive on lockdown conditions issued […]

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Are we ready to debate On Caste-Based Reservation ?

On March 29, 2016, Haryana Assembly unanimously passed a Bill to provide reservation to Jats and five other communities in government jobs and educational institutions. The decision comes just ahead of the April 3 deadline set by the community which had launched a violent agitation in February. The issue of […]

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Proud to be an Indian – Mera Bharat Mahan

Since its independence from the British on August 15, 1947, India has come a long way in terms of economic, cultural and political developments. Although we still have a long journey ahead, it is remarkable how a country with over 1.3 billion people, the second most populous country and the […]

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