#knowledge

Anteambulo – The Key To Knowledge

In ancient roman period there existed a practice about which few know today. The businessmen and other influential people acted as patrons for painters and writers in return of something which required more than their artistry. They acted as ‘Anteambulo’. The term literally translates to ‘clearing the path’. The artists […]

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CHESS

A board game of strategic skill for two players, played on a chequered board on which each playing piece is moved according to precise rules. The object is to put the opponent’s king under a direct attack from which escape is impossible. The Rules of Chess The King may move […]

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Indian Education System

Education plays an important role in the development of an individual and making him a knowledgeable citizen. It is the education that makes an individual self-reliant, helps to suppress the […]

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Digital Banking

Digital Banking has completely changed the way we bank in today’s times. With Digital Banking, you can transact with higher speed, ease and convenience. What is Digital Banking?  In simple terms, Digital Banking means availability of all banking activities online. Here, you have the luxury to freely access and perform […]

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Word of the day

Masquerade 1.) pretend to be someone one is not. 2.) a false show or pretence Antonyms – bluntness, straightforward Synonyms – pretence, deception Masquerade is used when a person is hiding their true self. Masquerade is also used instead of the words to hide something Eg 1.) All this time, […]

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Psychological facts

In this blog, we are going to see some unknown psychological facts that every human must know. Amazing psychological facts The word psychology has been derived from a Greek word called psyche meaning to study of. When we are crying from happiness the first tear will come out from right […]

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Importance of NCERT Books

The National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) attribute towards developing the valuable content for the CBSE students.The NCERT books published on the principle of child-centred system .The books inculcating creativity and treat children as participants in learning ,not as receivers of a fixed body of knowledge.The NCERT books […]

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RTI ACT and Investigative Journalism.

Just like citizens, the RTI act has enabled lot many journalists in the country to investigate regarding their concerned issues. RTI act over the years has become an important weapon for journalists to divulge hidden and lesser known information. RTI act has become so crucial and an “everyday thing” for […]

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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Knowledge is power, which indicates that a person can use knowledge to gain education and complete control over his life. Educated people can deal with life’s challenges with ease. Knowledge is the most powerful tool for empowering people, and no other power on the planet can defeat it. Knowledge, we […]

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Investing lesson of Peter Lynch

Peter Lynch is one of the most successful and top value investor of all time. He was a legendary fund manager who gave 29% returns to their investors for 13 years in a row. He wrote books on value investing , where he shared his investment lessons which he learned […]

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Parliamentary Privileges

Introduction India is called the world’s largest democratic country. The power to make law exists with the Indian Parliament. The members of lower house of Parliament are elected from the direct election while the members of upper house are elected from the Legislative Assembly of States and Union territories by […]

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Structure of banking system in India

Introduction Banking in India in the mdern sense originated in the last decades of the 18th century . The first banks were Bank of Hindustan (1770-1829) and the General Bank of India established 1786. The largest bank and the oldest still in existence, is tge State bank of India, which […]

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RTI ACT- Every Citizen’s right!

Right to Information (RTI) is an act of the Parliament of India which sets out the rules and procedures regarding citizens’ right to information. This particular act was passed as an independent act by the Indian Parliament in the year 2005. The RTI act has been useful in getting to […]

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