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Ethnic Gathering And Ethnicity
In this area, the emphasis is on social character among tans and white's in Canada. An ethnic gathering may separate itself utilizing predominance or
mediocrity on the premise of genuine or asserted physical trademark and/or put on social criteria, which set the gathering apart Ethnicity is a typical
legacy shared by a specific gathering and will incorporate history, dialect, customs, inclination for music and nourishment. In spite of the fact that there
might be a cover between race and ethnicity each has an alternate social significance. racial personality alludes to a feeling of gathering in light of the
observation that the individual shares a normal racial legacy with a specific racial gathering with racial personality, people are seen
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Sikhism Document Analysis
Today, the environment and encompassing ecosystems are at the mercy of human activities, largely due to the significant population growth and new
factories that have arose from the start of the industrial revolution. Under the guidance of Sri Manjit Singh, one of the five spiritual and temporal heads
of Sikhism, a statement was written regarding the Sikh Faith and its stance on environmental preservation and maintenance. The document in its
entirety is available on Alliance of Religions and Conservation's website, which includes all the religions of the world and their own unique statement
regarding the environment. Growing up in a Sikh household I was able to see firsthand the philosophies mentioned in the documents in relation to my
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For example, in traditional rural Punjab, "two of the most important centers of human activity have been the Sikh Gurdwara and a source of water –
pond, tank, pool, or running water." Surrounding these two sites was community land, not used anyone for personal farming. This area provides shade,
shelter, and firewood within easy reach. Instead of having people going into the forest and accidently starting wildfires or disturbing the wildlife. Manjit
uses this historical dialogue to show that a community can thrive whilst co–existing with nature. Furthermore, the culture is "based on organic
materials, recycling is an intrinsic and natural" part of the resource cycle, as there is a strong tradition of sharing. The same concept applies today, in
regards to humans living together and ensuring the health of the planet. Due to the author's upbringing in this fertile land that has fought the effects of
global climate change, pass on the knowledge to the reader. The audience consists of individuals who live in a world that is in a decline state, but a
group effort is necessary to balance the equilibrium. Therefore, Manjit has to write in a way that outlines steps they can take to make a difference in
their surroundings, while maintaining a positive tone and delivering the statement with a concise and easy to read manner. The enthusiasm and the
informative tone allow him to deliver information in a credible manner and use of historical references in his statement allows Manjit to accomplish the
document's purpose, which is to inform humans about their connection to nature and maintain a healthy relationship for generations to
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Paragraph On Natural History Museum
4.Natural History Museums
Natural History Museums are institutions that collect, display and research materials, collected or extracted from the natural world. The multifaceted
purpose of such a museum is to: (i) build or store natural history collections, (ii) conduct research and interpret the results, (iii) support the purpose of
science and biological conservation, (iv) enhance public understanding and appreciation of the natural world, and (v) collaborate with the public in
deriving their own meaning from the natural heritage they encounter in the museum and in nature.
The Oriental Museum of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, established in Calcutta in 1814, had various natural history objects on display from its inception.
During last two hundred years, sixty natural history museums or natural history galleries were set up in various parts of the country. The distribution ...
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Next was the Natural History Museum, set up in the premises of Kerala State Museum and Zoological Garden in Thrissur (1885), Gass Forest Museum
was established in Coimbatore in 1902. Next was the Bengal Natural History Museum set up in Darjeeling in 1903. A Museum of Arthropoda was
opened in Pune in 1961. A large natural history museum was opened in Thiruvananthapuram in 1964. Two natural history museums were attached to
the nearest zoological gardens in Ahmedabad (1974) and Hyderabad (1979). Two natural history museums were opened in the northeast, namely, Assam
Forest Museum (1983) in Guwahati and Biological Museum (1998) in Imphal. Five natural history museums with thematic galleries and extensive
educational activities were established in New Delhi (1978), Mysore (1995), Bhopal (1997), Bhubaneswar (2004), and Sawai Madhopur (2014). A
government natural history museum was established in Chandigarh in 2001 and another such private museum was opened at Thar in Rajasthan
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Equal Education And Equal Rights
Malala Yousafzai once said, "I speak not for myself but for those without voice... those who have fought for their rights... their right to live in peace,
their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated." This quotation means that education is a right
every human being should have, many have been fighting for equality, peace and dignity, but their voices were never heard, but in today society we are
still fighting for equality, and the rights we should share today. This quotation relates to an equaleducation right because many females and males are
unable to receive an education in many countries including the Middle East. Education is a basic human right that should be granted to every human
being. Even though education can put someone's life in danger, it is a basic human right that should be granted to every human being. Education
should be universal because it frightens those who want their child to get an education, terrorists are threatening the people of unequal rights, and
people are not given the chance for an education in some countries due to an economic or cultural disadvantage. The United Nations Educational
Scientific and Cultural Organization states, "Education transforms lives and is at the heart of UNESCO's mission to build peace, eradicate poverty and
drive sustainable development. Education should be a means to empower children and adults alike to become active participants in the transformation
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Kalpana Chawla
Kalpana Chawla (July 1, 1961 – February 1, 2003) was an Indian–American astronaut with NASA. She was one of seven crew members killed in the
Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. Contents[hide] * 1 Early life * 2 Education * 3 NASA career * 4 Death * 5 Awards * 6 Memorials * 7 See also
* 8 References * 9 Further reading * 10 External links | [edit] Early life Kalpana Chawla was born in Karnal (Haryana) in 1961 to Banarasi Lal
Chawla and Sanjyothi. Her interest in flying was inspired by J. R. D. Tata, a pioneering Indian aviator and industrialist. Chawla has two sisters, Sunita
and Deepa, and a brother, Sanjay. Being the youngest the family members gave her the nickname "Montu." In 1983, she met and married... Show more
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Kalpana Chawla International Space University Scholarship * Kalpana Chawla Memorial Scholarship program was instituted by Indian students
association (ISA) at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) in 2005 for meritorious graduate students.[13] * At least 30,000 schoolchildren and
citizens joined hands to make a 36.4–km–long human chain to support the demand for a Kalpana Chawla medical college in the city which was
announced by then Health Minister of India Dr. C. P. Thakur and later on promised by Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh. Kalpana
Chawla Medical College Nirman Committee backed by volunteers and activists of various organisations, supported by students from 34 schools,
swarmed the roads and formed a chain along the roads in Karnal to demonstrate that they continued to revere Kalpana Chawla as an outstanding
astronaut.[14] * Haryana Government accepted the long pending demand of people of Karnal and now work to establish Kalapana Chawla Medical
College in Karnal is in its first phase. * Asteroid 51826 Kalpanachawla, one of seven named after the Columbia's crew.[15] * On February 5, 2003,
India's Prime Minister announced that the meteorological
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My City Chandigarh
Introduction to Chandigarh
Chandigarh is the first planned modern city ofIndia designed by the French architect Le Corbusier. Chandigarh is a city in India that serves as the
capital of two states – Punjab and Haryana. However, the city does not belong to either state. Rather, the city is administered by the federal government
and hence classified as a union territory.
Chandigarh and the area surrounding it were constituted as a union territory on 1st November, 1966. The city was named after the mother goddess of
power, Chandi, whose temple Chandimandu is a feature of the new city. Le–Corbusier was assisted by his cousin, Pieree Jeanneret and the English
couple E. Mazwell Fry and Jane B. Druel. These three architects are responsible for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
John's High School, St. Anne's Convent School, St. Xavier's, Sacred Heart Convent High School, Carmel Convent High School, New Public School,
St. Kabir High School, St. Stephens High School, DAV School, Shiwalik Public School, Government College for Girls, Government College for Men,
Home Science College for Girls, Guru Govind Singh College, Government Teacher Training College (Chandigarh, India),Government Teacher Training
College, MCM College (Girls), SD College and DAV College.
There are model schools set up by the government in various sectors, originally aimed to cater the needs of each sector.
It is a major study hub for students all over Punjab, Harayana and Himachal Pradesh, and students from South–East Asia
Chandigarh also houses many institutes of higher learning, such as the Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh Engineering College, located just
outside Chandigarh in Mohali, the Panjab University in sector 14, and the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Research.
Food of Chandigarh
Chole–bathure, which is a round–the–year item and is available at every wayside dhaba anywhere in northern India is the most famous dish of
Chandigarh. Nevertheless, the pride of the Punjabi winter cuisine is sarson–ka–saag served with blobs of white butter accompanied by makke–di–roti
and lassi.
The other popular dishes, which belong exclusively to Punjab, are mah ki dal, rajma and stuffed parathas.
Punjabi cuisine is characterized by a profusion of dairy products in the form
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What Are The Arguments Against The Green Revolution
The Revolt Against the Revolution
Throughout the world, the effects of the Green Revolution can be seen in the dramatic increases in crop production of multiple developing countries.
This has in turn, allowed these developing nations to be able to feed their populations, but at a cost. As discussed in lectures the Green Revolution has
its benefits, but also has its cons that many have expressed concern about. Some of these concerns are why opponents reject the Green Revolution as
they state it is more harmful than any benefits it brings. In the US News article "The Toxic Consequences of the Green Revolution", a group of these
rejectors are shown to be farmers from the small Indian state of Punjab who state that the usage of Green Revolution ... Show more content on
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The controversies that arose with the Green Revolution pesticide and fertilizer techniques of the 2008 article are rising again in this 2016 article, only
the perpetrator has changed from the chemical usages of the Green Revolution to the side effects of GM seeds in India. The GM seeds that are
covered in the 2016 article are cotton seeds that have been modified to reduce the need of pesticides and increase yield such that India is expected
to become the largest producer of cotton surpassing China. These GM seeds seemingly fixed the overuse of chemical that was required in 2008 as
the article from then said they might, but that was only a temporary fix. These seeds still contain the same financial and debt problems that came
with the Green Revolution. Even more worrisome is the fact that the pesticide usage reduction that the cotton GM seeds began to be less effective.
Pest became resistant to the pesticide strand of cotton to such an extend that pesticide use have increased to almost twice of what it was in 2008
when the 2008 article stated the worries of the Punjab farmers. These worries still exist as with increase use of these pesticide chemicals, so will there
be an increase in the health worries of 2008, such that they may be even
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Two Characteristics Of A Case Study
Case Study Research Case study is a qualitative research which emphasis on the investigation and explain the details of one or more cases and analyses
of one or more cases. A case may be an individual (student, teacher, organization and situation or institution).
Concern, issue a hypothesis
There are two characteristics of a qualitative Case study.
Particularistic, descriptive, heuristic and inductive.
– Case Study isParticularisms in nature because,
It gives direction to the reader, what to do, what not to do in similar situation.
It can examine a specific examplebut illuminate a general problem.
It may or may not be influenced by the author's bias.
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It can explain the back ground of a situation.
It can evaluate, conclude, and summarize.
And even increase its potential and applicability
So it is clear that the qualitative case study is an intensive,full descriptive and analysis of a single case, Phenomenon, or socialunit. Uses of Case Study
Research in Education
In Case Study research some other disciplines such as anthropology , Sociology, Psychology , and history, can help,it in theory and method. Theory and
techniques mostly concern form anthropology , Sociology, Psychology , and history, these not only provide information but also give directions in
investigation in Education.
A researcher can analyses Case study is descriptive, or interpretive and evaluative according to its end product.
Case studies are very useful in formulating policies, in the fields of political science, business, journalism economics and Government.
In Education, Case Study mostly focuson the Problems of student's learning.
A teacher or researcher can use his Case study for formulation of policy for learning purpose.
In education Case study often depends upon other disciplines such as history, psychology, anthropology, sociology, both for theoretical orientation and
for techniques of data collection and
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Girls Education In Pakistan Case Study
Case study: Pakistan
Pakistan got independence in 1947 from British rule and it is situated in South Asia. It is diverse country with multi –culture and multi –linguistic
society. It is one of the most populated countries of world with around 199 million populations and covered with area around 340,509 sq. mil. It is
geographically crucial country of continent and share borderline with other countries such as India, Afghanistan, China, Iran. Afghanistan and Iran
locate in west while India lies in east of Pakistan. Russian federation and China the central Asian states situated in its north (Geography 2016).
It has four provinces named as Punjab, Baluchistan, NWFP and Sind owe different cultures and ethnicities in the society. Diverse ethnic... Show more
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S. a. A. N. (2011). Connecting the Dots: Education and Religious Discrimination in Pakistan. 139.
Bibi, T. (2015). Implications of Free And Compulsory Secondary Education. 6 (1): 7.
Geography. (2016). Available at: http://geography.about.com/library/cia/blcpakistan.htm (accessed: 20.04.2016).
Khalid, A. (2016). Culture and Customs of Pakistan 12. KidsRights. (2013). Girls equal Right to Education in a global context, with a focus on
Pakistan: University Leiden.
Malik, D. I. H. (Sepember 2002). Relgious Minorities in Pakistan. UK. 36 pp.
PILDAT. (2011). Right to Free and compulsory Education in Pakistan. 12.
Shabir, M. A. (2012). Article 2–1 A of Constitution and Minorities Rights Available at: http://paktribune.com/articles
/Article–2–A–of–the–Constitution–and–Minorities–Rights–242889.html.
Singal, D. N. (2015). Education of children with disabilities in India and Pakistan. United Kingdom: University of Cambridge. 44 pp.
Unesco. (2012). Education in Pakistan.
Unicef. (2003). Examples of Inclusive Education Pakistan. South Africa: United Nation Children
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The Sikhs Essay
In the year 1469 a man named Guru Nanak was born into a Punjabi–Hindu family. His name means "He who was born at the home of his
mother's parents", which was in Talwandi, near Labone ("Sikhs" 647). We know little about Nanak's life but a lot about his beliefs
from a book called " Adi Granth" or " Granth Sahib", which means holy book. Some of his beliefs were the reality of
"karma" and "reincarnation".These are beliefs that our actions in this life determine how high or low we'll be in our next life.
The Hindus and Muslims believe it is best to worship, missionize, study and write the sacred scriptures, and other religious public actions and
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Angad appointed as his successor Amar Das, who did two things that differed from Nanak's beliefs. He made his own village, Goindual, a city for
pilgrims, though Nanak said that missionizing was not good. In addition, Amar Das collected materials for the forming of "Granth Sahib",
though Nanak said you shouldn't make sacred writings. Guru Amar Das appointed, as his successor, his son–in–law Jetha or Ram Das. Guru Ram Das
built the golden temple in Amritsar on the land given to him by emperor Akbor. Before then the Guru– ship was given to someone who deserved it, but
from that point on it was given to a family member. So, Ram Das gave it to his third son Arjan Dev, a legendary hero of his time. Guru Arjan Dev put
together the "Granth Sahib", supposedly taking it from the works of Amar Das. Before he died, Guru Arjan told his son Hargobind to
wear, when he became Guru, not one but two swords because one stood for "piri", the continuing authority of the Guru and the other stood
for "miri" the newly assumed secular authority (McLeod 4). It was from his secular authority that the Panth or Sikh community
developed, always arming themselves out of fear of the Mughal forces. The death of Arjan is not clear but it probably did occur while he was in
Mughal custody. Guru Hargobind was forced to change the Panth from Nanak–Panth, the Panth similar to the days of Nanak, to a military Panth. After
Guru
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History and Experience of the Sikh Diaspora in the United...
History and Experience of the Sikh Diaspora in the United States
Sikh migrants began arriving in the United States more than one hundred years ago, and now have reached numbers close to half a million. Like most
other immigrant communities in the United States, Sikhs have faced problems that are both specific to their community and that are also shared by
other ethnic communities making their way in a new land. Despite their recent numbers and century long history in the United States, many of their
fellow Americans know relatively little about Sikhs, their history, and their faith. They are often confused by others in the United States as being
Muslim, as their religious beliefs require Sikh men to wear a turban. Others confuse ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A Sikh man, by design, stands out in a crowd with his turban and full beard. These outwardly shown symbols of faith make the Sikhs a special minority
in the United States and throughout the diaspora's other host countries.
The invasion of the Punjab by the British during the Anglo–Sikh War in 1849 led to the annexation of the Punjab to Britain in March of that year. The
ferocity and tenacity of the Sikh warriors greatly impressed the British, and the fierceness of the British earned the mutual respect from the Sikhs as
well. The British considered the Sikhs a "martial race", and Sikhs were allowed to enlist in the British Indian Army. At it's highest point, Sikh
enlistment represented 33% of the British Indian Army, despite the fact that Sikhs only accounted for around 2% of India's total population.[4] Sikh
regiments were eventually dispatched throughout the colonies of the British Empire. Many of these Sikh soldiers remained in the colonies after
completion of their military duties. Their reputation as soldiers and warriors put them in demand as employes in police and various other security
services throughout the British Empire. These soldier–sojourners represent the first phase of Sikhs being scattered across the globe.[5]
A second phase of migration
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green computing, a solution to environmental degradation
Volume 3, Issue 4, April 2013
ISSN: 2277 128X
International Journal of Advanced Research in
Computer Science and Software Engineering
Research Paper
Available online at: www.ijarcsse.com
Study and Analyze the Factors Related to Green Computing
Dr. Pardeep Mittal
Professor, Department of Computer Science,
Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo, Punjab, India
Navdeep Kaur
M.Phil Research Scholar
Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo, Punjab, India
Abstract – In today's era computer is the basic need of everyone. Everyone use computer for its own purpose. But no one is aware about the harmful
impacts of the use of computer on environment. Most of the CO 2 emission is produced through the heat generated by computer and its devices. The ...
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?)
V18 (Do you know about carbon emission (CO2) generated by computers and its devices?)
V19 (Do you know CO2 emission cause impact on our environment like acid rain, global warming?)
V20 (Do you know about operating systems that consume less energy?)
V21 (Have you ever use Linux operating system?)
V22 (Do you know which search engine consumes less energy?)
V23 (Are you aware about the companies' initiatives toward green computing?)
V24 (Do you know which manufacturer's product is more sustainable to our environment?)
V25 (Do you know about e–waste generated from computing equipment?)
V26 (Have you ever seen or heard about any campaign about green computing?)
V27 (Telecommuting is a way companies can make their office greener?)
V28 (Green computing equipment is so expensive so that small business cannot afford it.)
Recycling and disposing
V29 (Do you know about disposing of computers and its devices?)
V30 (Do you know about formal and informal disposing?)
V31 (Do you know about the recycling of the computers?)
V32 (Do you ever recycle any computing device?)
Energy Consumption
V33 (When you purchase new electronic device do you consider energy star logo?)
V34 (You have any product with energy star logo?)
V35 (You are doing efforts to saving energy at home?)
V36 (You always consider about cost while purchasing product?)
V37 (Can you save a lot of money by using green computing?)
V38 (Is Laptop consumes less energy than desktops?)
V39 (Is Inkjet printer more sustainable to
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Management Control Syaytem for Ipl
MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM BY BCCI
For
IPL
In partial fulfillment for the requirement of "Management Financial System" course in two years full time Masters of Business Administration (MBA)
programmed of Gujarat Technological University (GTU)
Prepared By:
Jatin patel [09059] Vineet Modi [09042]
Sheenam Gupta [09025] Pranav Shah [09087]
Harsh Rajwani [09075] Submitted to:
Prof. Viral Pandya
25th March – 2011
N.R. Institute of Business Management,
GLS Campus,
Ahmedabad – 380006
PREFACE
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Without its recognition, no competitive cricket involving BCCI–contracted Indian players can be hosted within or outside the country.
IPL
The Indian Premier League (often abbreviated as IPL) is a professional league for Twenty20 cricket competition in India. It was initiated by the Board
of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) headquartered in Mumbai supervised by BCCI Vice President Chirayu Amin, current chairman & commissioner
of IPL, and CEO, Sundar Raman. It currently contested by 10 teams (franchises) consisting of players from different countries. It was started after an
altercation between the BCCI and the Indian Cricket League.[5]
In 2010, IPL became the first sporting event ever to be broadcast live on YouTube.[6] Its brand value was estimated to be around $4.13 billion the
same year.[7][8] According to global sports salaries review, IPL is the second highest
–paid league, based on first–team salaries on a pro rata basis,
second only to the NBA. It is estimated that the average salary of an IPL player over a year would be $3.84 million. The brand value of Chennai Super
Kings (winner IPL 2010, finalist IPL 2008 and semi–finalist IPL 2009) is estimated at USD 48.4 Million
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Format
With the introduction of 2 new teams, a new ten–team format was created. This new format consists of 74 matches and was introduced as
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Advantages And Disadvantages Of Chitkara School
Chitkara School is usually a clubby college or university throughout Asia featuring a campus throughout Punjab in addition to Himachal Pradesh, Asia.
Chitkara School is usually a UGC constituted college or university using the suitable to debate degrees depending on the particular portions 2(f) in
addition to 22(1) on the UGC Work, 1956. The particular college or university presents substantial training throughout undergrad in addition to
postgraduate diploma programs inside the comedian involving Engineering, Entropy Software, Path, Hospitality, Motel Prescription medication
Architectural mastery, Medication, Human body Communication & Journalism, Structure, Medication, in addition to Trainer Upbringing. The
particular lincoln provides more than 10, 000 learners in addition to solon in comparison with 800 tenured electric power associates.... Show more
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The particular lincoln arrives under the beginning of Chitkara Informative Trustingness supported throughout Chandigarh, launched through Dr Ashok
E Chitkara in addition to Dr Madhu Chitkara inside the year 1998 using the charge to help are at odds of fineness in every the particular comedian
involving instruction, also to interruption on to intoxicated donnish
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The Development of Nationalist Ideas Within Sikh Community...
Introduction
After the bloodshed among devotees of different faiths resided in South Asia, India, though partitioned, at last gained independence in 1947. Even if it
was stated that this ''new–born'' country will be a secular state, the majority of population was regarded as Hindus and fear of possible subordination of
other communities was displayed. The majority of Muslims who supported
All–India Muslim League led by Muhammad Ali Jinnah moved to Pakistan where the whole governmental system was built to maintain and develop
Muslim society. It seemed that both Hindu and Muslim majorities were more–or–less content about post–colonial juncture but not the rest of
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This ceremony obliged initiates to keep the hair unshorn, to wear arms and to bear the epithet 'Singh' with their names. Establishment of KhДЃlsДЃ
pretended to eliminate non–baptised Sikhs from religious community and make socio–religious identity of Sikhs more distinct than that of the earlier
Sikhs. Slight tension between non–Khalsa and Khalsa Sikhs is still visible.
Mughal Empire started to decline in XVIII c. and it capacitated the rise of successor states. From 1799 Ranjit Singh started unification of the territories
in Punjab where Sikhs formed dominant element in the ruling class. Hindus and Muslims were not eliminated from the society but Sikhs received
much larger share then they did. Agriculture, trade and manufacturing were revived.
Arts and literature took distinctive shape; Ranjit Singh encouraged historical literature in Persian what indicates that Persian language was still the
language of authorities and ruling power. But some works appears in Punjabi, too. The Empire of Ranjit Singh existed only until 1849 when it was
taken over by British who had already established their political control over the rest of the subcontinent, but the echo of its glory in documents and
sourcebooks was remembered during the revival of Sikh nationalism in XX c and was one of the factors in revitalizing solidarity and unity among Sikhs.
Punjabi Suba in the
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Equal Education And Equal Rights
Mallow Yousafzai once said, "I speak not for myself, but for those without a voice... those who have fought for their rights... their right to live in peace,
their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated." This quotation means that education is a right
every human being should have, many have been fighting for equality, peace and dignity, but their voices were never heard, but in today's society we
are still fighting for equality, and the rights we should share today. This quotation relates to an equaleducation right because many females and males
are unable to receive an education in many countries including the Middle East. Education is a basic human right that should be ... Show more content
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Everyone learns, but we may not be conscious that we are learning. Learning is a process, and an outcome because we as humans process living on
earth, and understanding our bodies. The outcome of learning is new understanding, and the appreciation something or someone. The article What is
Education? A Definition and Discussion from infed.org, states"Recent years, developments in neuroscience have shown us how learning takes place
both in the body and as a social activity. We are social animals. As a result, educators need to focus on creating environments and relationships for
learning rather than trying to drill knowledge into people." Education can also deliberate, because humans act with a purpose in understanding and
having judgement. It comes with respect, truth, and around the world, it becomes an attitude and feeling in the way we treat people as well. However,
education is unequal to people in many countries, and many innocent people have been threatened because they want equal education, including
people in the Middle East. An example of this is in the country Pakistan. At the age of 15 years old a young child named Malala Yousafzai was shot in
the head by Taliban's on October 9th, 2012 for standing up for equal education for her and her classmates. After being shot, and
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Note On Amul
Introduction
Amul is an Indian dairy cooperative, located at Anand in the state of Gujarat, India.
Founded in 1946, the brand is managed by a cooperative body, the Gujarat Co–operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. (GCMMF). Dr. Verghese
Kurien, founder–chairman of the GCMMF for more than 30 years (1973–2006), is credited with the success of Amul which is jointly owned by 3.6
million milk producers in Gujarat. Amul, the world's largest producer of milk and milk products spurred a White Revolution, which made the country
the world's largest producer of milk and milk products, thereafter, Amul became the largest food brand in India and has ventured into markets overseas.
(wikipedia, n.d.)
Vision
Amul's vision is to provide more and more satisfaction to the farmers, employees and distributers
Mission
GCMMF (Gujarat Co–operative Milk Marketing Federation) aims to satisfy the taste and nutritional requirements of the customers of the world,
through excellence in marketing through its teams, through co–operative networking, they are committed to offering quality products that provide best
value for money.
History
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Dalaya. Dalaya's innovation of making skim milk powder from buffalo milk (for the first time in the world) and a little later, with Kurien's help,
making it on a commercial scale, led to the first modern dairy of the cooperative at Anand, which would compete against established players in the
market. Kurien's brother–in–law K.M. Philip sensitized Kurien to the needs of attending to the finer points of marketing, including the creation and
popularization of a brand. This led to the search for an attractive brand name. In a brainstorming session, a chemist who worked in the dairy laboratory
suggested Amul, which came from the Sanskrit word "amulya", which means "priceless" and "denoted and symbolised the pride of swadeshi
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Work Experience Essay
Work Experience SAMPLE LETTER OF MOTIVATION 1 Dear Sirs, I am interested in working for a Tour Operator. I have knowledge of the way
travel agencies work because of my professional experience in Spain and my degree in Tourism. I would like to have experience in a British
environment to gain knowledge of the working style of a Tour Operator in England and also to improve my English. My professional experience in a
travel agency is in selling by telephone, explaining the itinerary of a trip, the different choices of accommodation and finally the price. Afterwards, I
contacted the office of the foreign country, by email, to book the trip and finally I confirmed that the trip is booked to the customer. I have also
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I would like to post my LM and would apreciate any comments about it. LETTER OF MOTIVATION Dear Sir or Madam I hereby apply for
entrance to the Master Programme of Design and Construction Project Management at Chalmers University of Technology for the 2009 autumn
term. I am very interested in this degree and Iam confident that my strong academic background in engineering, combined with my work
experience, will fulfill your requirements. I am a Portuguese Civil Engineer working as a site manager for a project management firm where I am
improving my skills in construction management and site coordination. From 2004 to 2007 I worked in Portugal for a contractor, however in the
year 2006 I had the opportunity to do an internship in Poland which gave me experience of living and working abroad. My 5 year Civil Engineering
degree is specialized in concrete structures, hydraulics, geotechnics, planning and transportation. Under the ERASMUS Programme I lived and
studied in Denmark for 6 months. After 4 years of professional experience in the construction business I have aquired the maturity to decide in which
area I intend to specialize. This Master Programme will contribute positively to the evolution of my career as it suits perfectly as an upgrade of the
current position I hold and will allow me to develop my skills in project management. Since 2003, during my studies in Denmark I became interested in
Sweden
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English As A Symbol Of Power And High Social Status
INTRODUCTION
Education is a nation building and globally inter–related activity that unlocks the door to modernization. It is imparted through formal, informal and
non–formal ways. For this purpose, there is a need of interaction among the students, teachers and study material. Usually, educational system at the
primary level follows the medium of instructions in the mother tongue. But at the secondary level, the students are required to learn one or two
unfamiliar languages i.e. English and Urdu. In Pakistan, the students have to study English as a compulsory subject from K.G to graduation level due to
the following reasons:
i.English is a mean of understanding the foreign and higher educational work. ii. English is an international language used in research, commerce,
aviation, diplomacy and source of scientific and technological advancement. iii. English is a symbol of power and high social status. (Rehman, 2004)
Language is no doubt an essential part of human life. It is used as a means of communication. Language has been defined in many ways. Some of
these are as "a language is a system of arbitrary vocal symbols by means of which a social group operates" (Pahuja, 1994). With the arrival of British in
the sub–continent, English replaced the languages of learning and education such as Arabic, Persian and Sanskrit. A turning point in the socio–political
history of the sub–continent was Lord Macaulay's decision in 1835 to favour English and bring an end to the
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Importance Of Indian Cinema
Cinema is a great source of promoting culture, values and norms of the society, it shows how exactly the people of that specific region are and how
they live, think and do their activities.
Indian movies are very much popular in our country and movies are very much seen in Pakistan. Bollywood is a largest showbiz industry in the
world and one of the main reasons of great influence of Indian cinema in our society and culture is because of downfall of Pakistani showbiz industry.
Pakistani cinema is going down and working poorly.
Indian cinema is promoting its culture through its movies and dramas, which are totally based on Hindu folklore. they are influencing our culture and
values by showing us their dramas and movies which are totally based on their false believes and they are catching attention of our people by showing
so much fantasy , colors and glitters in their movies and dramas. In this way they are spoiling our people's thoughts and also moving them far away to
watch their own country's cinema. It is believed that if you want to rule on a nation, you should capture their minds and through propaganda cultivate
your own culture in their lives by showing them your culture with strong believes.
No doubt, it is the fault of our directors and producers who are not making good movies, there are no solid concepts seen in new movies of Pakistan.
Our youth is educated and know more about the issues. They want to see good movies based on good scripts and well working cast.
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Statement Of Purpose In Mechanical Engineering
As a Mechanical Engineering undergraduate student with an ardent interest in the industrial work environment, I have learnt the principles of
mechanical engineering those are applicable to most machines, tools and processes which naturally widens my scope of learning and research. This has
intrigued me to explore the option of pursuing master's course in Mechanical Engineering from your prestigious University, which I believe will not
only supplement my knowledge that I have acquired but also provide me with the best possible platform for the attainment of my future goals. I draw
my inspiration towards this field from my mechanical engineer father who serves as a Mechanical Supervisor in a government run organization,
National Fertilizers Limited. He was the one who introduced me to machines like Lathe Machine, Gear Cutting Machine, Hydraulic Cutting Machine,
Steam Turbines, Compressors etc. and plants like Steam Generation Plant, Ammonia Plant at a very impressionable age. This naturally triggered in me
a desire to know more about what happens inside these machines and the reason behind their precise and accurate working. Also, my frequent visits to
the industry enabled me to retain as well as enhance my keen interest in the field and thus, influenced me to pursue my undergraduate course in
Mechanical Engineering. Due to my innate interest in the field of Mechanical Engineering and impressive performance in the engineering entrance
examination, I secured a seat in this
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Personal Statement For Biomedical Science
Biomedical science is passionate and constantly developing area and hence a person in this career can enjoy a vast number of career opportunities
like in specialist laboratory work, research and education as well as they can serve the human society. I Being a curious person having some little
knowledge about biology have always been interested in human body and always wanted to know how the complex mechanism of human body
works to enable an individual function properly from simple cells combining together to form tissues, organs and then entire human body . It's truly a
wonder of nature. And my goal is to understand to the fullest of my capacity. I believe that being able to pursue a career in biomedical science will
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Moreover, the students are judged on the basis of their final examinations and there are very least number of practicals so even after studying the
whole course, students don't have any practical knowledge about the subject. I also check the course available in an other developed country like
Canada's universities like University of Calgary and Carleton University which are top universities for studying biomedical science in Canada. but i
find that this undergraduate degree takes 4 years to complete whereas in Australia one can complete their bachelor's degree in 3 years which we can
save a whole year fees while studying in Australia. And unemployment rate is relatively low in australia as compared to canada and other countries
because of its strong economic
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Case Study Of Finance Myntra As A Training Provider For...
PROFILE OF COMPANY
Finance Myntra is a training provider for stock market analysis. Its founders being Gurjant and Dikshita started this institute (earlier it was known with
name creating wealths) with a vision and mission in May 2012. Finance Myntra started their financial literacy program from tricity and now they are
established in Punjab and himachal along with tricity (Panchkula, Mohali, and Chandigarh). Gurjant Singh, Co–Founder of Finance Myntra gave up
his job as financial analyst from a reputed company with a 10+ years of experience with a vision to enhance knowledge of investors in stock market, so
that they can take their decisions for investing in stocks or commodities without getting involved in speculation. Investors usually fall prey to the wrong
trading calls and biased information in market and end up lose heavy amount of money. Apart from this, Dikshita, co–founder, was of the view that
financial literacy is the need of the country as many of the people who have money and they don't even know about the basic instruments of investment
such as fixed deposits, recurring deposits, kisan vikas patra and many more. Another factor that lead them to start this institute was the unemployment.
They constructed a course which will certify graduates as Stock Market Professionals or Technical Analyst and will provide a placement with reputed
companies with good packages. Founders are of the view that a good analyst can not only see the upcoming moves in stock market but
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Physical Therapy Personal Statement
Physical therapy intrigued me because it was different than any other career fields. I would be actively engaging with patients not just on a
physical but also on a personal level. I am aiming to make a difference in someone's physical life by promoting the patient's ability to move, reduce
pain, and prevent disability. The exciting and also motivating part of this particular field is I can see the gradation of change over time in the physical
abilities of patients. Knowing I would be making a difference in someone's physical life would give me self–satisfaction. With the education from
George Washington University I would want deliver the high level of care and empathy to Punjab, India after graduating. Majority of the elders have
joint, hip, knees, and muscle problems. The care for elders in small villages is minimal due inexperience physical therapist and politics involved in the
health care. The experience from standardized patients and hospitals in close proximity e.g. DC veteran Affairs hospital and the National
Rehabilitation Hospital I would be ready to treat patients at all age groups. Not limiting myself to treating the elder population, my plan is to become a
leader to teach inexperience therapist in Punjab, India where the education requirement to practice physical therapy is Bachelors degree in physical
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I gained experience in the causes of lymphedema and the correct techniques to move the fluid back to the lymph nodes. My bachelor's Degree in
Functional Biology has provided me with the knowledge of exercise testing, EKG interpretation, fitness assessment, anatomy, and kinesiology. I have
also taken courses in advanced physiology and exercise physiology that can better prepare me for graduate level courses while being named to the
Dean's list of Towson
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Example Of Personal Narrative Essay For College
Corrected PS
Growing up in a small townhouse, I would see my father only once a week on Sundays because he was working long hours the rest of the week.
When meeting him, I would become very emotional because I knew that the reason I could not see him other days of the week was because he was
working. My father's hard work and perseverance gave me the drive to become someone that he would be proud of. My goal is to become someone
that he can say to himself it was worth the long and strenuous hours spent at work.
When I started my undergraduate career, I did not have the intentions of entering this field of study. I wanted to run thefamily business and make it
successful. My father said, "If you want to enter the business and are willing to do it every day, then work the entire summer." I was eager to start,
arriving on time and being the last one to leave. The enthusiasm soon abated, I could see that I no longer desired to run the family business and did
not enjoy my time working there. The end of the summer my father sat me down once again and asked, "Are you ready to continue this any longer?"
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After reviewing my second year in undergraduate, I realized that I had to get more serious about my education. I was an average student in school
and I knew that I was not reaching my full potential. I knew I needed to excel in all my classes to reach my educational goals. From that point, I
learned new studying techniques and went to office hours when needed. But I still had little idea of what career path I wanted to take with my
bachelors in
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Essay On Deobandi Genocide
Another group of people leading to Shia Genocide were the "Deobandis". The Deobandis are groups of Muslims who are connected to and named
after the University of Deoband located in India. It is an intellectual school of thought that is deeply rooted about Islam and everyone who
graduated becomes a "Deobandi" or is known for it. The University of Deoband was founded by a group of Indian 'ulamaa' (scholars) after the British
had put a stop to the Islamic revolution in
India. "It's establishment was a strong reaction against western advancement and its materialistic civilization in the Indian Subcontinent, aimed at
saving the Muslims from the dangers of these circumstances, especially when Delhi, the capital, had been destroyed following the revolution and the
British had taken full control of it. The scholars feared that their religion might be assimilated, so Shaykh Imdaadullaah al–Muhaajir al–Makki and his
student Shaykh Muhammad Qaasim al–Nanatuwi, and their companions, drew up a plan to protect Islam and its teachings. They thought that the
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Since 1963 Deobandi militants have killed more than 23,500 Shia Muslims and 45,000 Sufi , Sunni , Ahmadis and other forms of Muslims. "Deobandi
militants started to receive state patronage during General Zia–ul–Haq's military rule (1977–1988) which gradually resulted in the present form of
systemic killings of Shias and other communities in Pakistan. [ Nishapuri , 2012 , Pg 2 ]
Sectarian cleavages in Pakistan are on trend and growing. Jihadi violence in Pakistan is becoming increasingly high due to sectarianism. Sectarian
cleavages are also becoming more apparent in the media and political parties and Pakistan is being pulled into Arab orbit. "Anti–
Shi'a sectarianism is deeply entangled with the Sunni Deobandi militancy that the Pakistani state feeds on and is being consumed by." [ Rafiq , 2014 ,
Pg 94
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Relationship Among Stress, Adjustment And Homesickness Essay
Relationship among Stress, Adjustment and Homesickness in University Students
Priyanka Kaur PalaiPardeep Kumar
Department of Psychology, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, India
Abstract
The objective of the current study was to examine the relationship among stress, adjustment and homesickness among University students. Total 100
subjects (N =100, 47 Males, 53 Females) participated in the current study from Lovely Professional University, Punjab. The age of the subjects ranged
from 18 to 25 years with a mean age of 20.83 years. The tools for data collection were Perceived Stress Scale and College Adjustment Test in the present
study. The statistics Pearson's Product Moment Correlation and Independent samples t test were used to find out the relationships and gender
differences among the variables, respectively. The results indicated a negative relationship between stress and adjustment (r = –.299, p < .001) and
homesickness and adjustment (r = –.590, p < .001). A positive relationship was also observed between stress and homesickness (r = .265, p < .01).
The findings provide an evidence for the negative role of stress and homesickness in adjustment in young adults. Further, the results also indicated no
gender differences among stress, adjustment and homesickness being all t ratios below the level of .05 level of probability. The findings favor the
notion that in modern times both the genders experience stress and homesickness equally and their adjustment level is
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Gordon Allport The Language Of Prejudice Analysis
Allport, Gordon. "The Language of Prejudice." Language Awareness. Ed. Paul Eschholz. Alfred Rosa. Virginia Clark. Boston: Bedford St. Martin,
2013. 324–333. Print. Language is arguably the most powerful tool in the world. Humans form certain stigmas to certain groups and is generally
unintentional. Things like stereotypes are a common thing in our society. Even a name connected to a certain race, brings certain allegations about
that person, may it be negative or positive. These negative allegations about a group of people eventually leads to prejudice. Prejudice can have
enormous power over whole groups of people, like the social stigma of the Communist party. The author of this essay Gordon Allport graduated from
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Countries will face many problems due to climate change and the capacity of a government to provide health care will be reduced dramatically.
What water scarcity does not necessarily mean the availability of water, with the planet being 70 percent water, but the quality of water. Presently,
poor countries are already being affected by water scarcity. It is reported that currently 1.2 billion people do not have access to safe drinking
water and this figure will be 2.7 to 3.5 billion people by 2025 if effective steps are not taken to mitigate the water scarcity problem. Climate change
causes different factors which may headway for political and social conflicts, so water scarcity will have major impacts on populations' health. South
Asian Studies is a reputable research journal out of the University of Punjab, which has been printed and available online since 1984. Muhammad
Zakria Zakar, one of the three authors of this article is a professor at the University of Punjab. Rebeena Zakar, second of the three authors is the
Chairman of the Public Health and Quantitative Social Research department at the University of Punjab. Third and final author of this paper is Florian
Fischer, a professor at University of Bielefeld in Germany. The evidence of human caused climate change affecting the entire worlds water resources I
can use to support my argument on water scarcity and its effects on
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Amrita Pritam Essay
Among the remarkable women who have wake up this world, Amrita Pritam surely ranks high. Born in 1919 in Gujranwala, the western part of
Punjab, presently in Pakistan, She was the only child of a school teacher and a poet. Her father Kartar Singh Hitkari was a well–known teacher cum
scholar as well as a preacher of Sikhism. Her mother died in 1930, hence she moved to Lahore with her father. The demise of her mother followed up
Amrita with misery and adult responsibilities at an early age, which eventually turned her to writing poetry. At sixteen she was married to Pritam
Singh. She began her literary career as a romantic poet, much like her contemporary Shiv Kumar Batalvi. Nevertheless, soon she found herself
intertwined in the feminist movements and her literary diction took a significant turn. She remained married to Pritam Singh till 1960 and before they
divorced, they had a daughter and a son. Its irony of the male–dominated society that makes Amrita Pritam immortal in the world of Punjabi and
English literature with the name of 'Pritam' (her divorcee).
Following the partition of India in 1947, Amrita migrated from Lahore to Delhi. She was an employee of the All India Radio till 1961, in its Punjabi
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A number of her works have been translated into English, French, Japanese and other languages. Her autobiographical works are titled Kala Gulab
(Black Rose, 1968) and Raseedi Tikkat (Revenue Stamp, 1976). Her first compilation of Punjabi poems was published in 1935. In 1947, at the time
of the Partition, she moved to New Delhi, which she made her second home. She began to write in Hindi as opposed to Punjabi, her mother tongue.
She worked until 1961 for All India Radio. She divorced her husband Pritam Singh in 1960 and dedicated her later part of life to
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International Labour Organization
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First of all we would like to thank Almighty Allah for giving us the courage and ability to complete this report.We would
like to express our gratitude to all those who gave us the possibility to complete this report. We want to thank the Department of management sciences
of our university for giving us an opportunity to commence this project in the first instance and to do the necessary research work. We are deeply
indebted to our supervisor Sir Muzammil Aftab whose help, stimulating suggestions and encouragement helped us all for writing this
report.Especially, we would like to give our special thanks to the staff of ILO for cooperating with us and giving us all the relevant data according to
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IPEC's work to eliminate child labour is an important facet of the ILO's Decent Work Agenda. Child labour not only prevents children from
acquiring the skills and education they need for a better future, it also perpetuates poverty and affects national economies through losses in
competitiveness, productivity and potential income. Withdrawing children from child labour, providing them with education and assisting their
families with training and employment opportunities contribute directly to creating decent work for adults. Setting target group priorities The goal
of IPEC remains the prevention and elimination of all forms of child labour, the priority targets for immediate action are the worst forms of child
labour, which are defined in the ILO Convention on the worst forms of child labour, 1999 (No. 182) as: All forms of slavery or practices similar to
slavery, Such as the sale and trafficking of children, Debt bondage and serfdom and forced or compulsory labour, including forced or compulsory
recruitment of children for use in armed conflict; The use, procuring or offering of a child for prostitution, for the production of pornography or for
pornographic performances; The use, procuring or offering of a child for illicit activities, in particular for the production and trafficking of drugs as
defined in the relevant international treaties;
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Review On Life Of Bhagat Singh
REVIEW ON LIFE OF BHAGAT SINGH
BY
MISHIKA TYAGI
A3104614020
B.COM(H) 2014–17
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
DR.GEETA MISHRA
IN PARTIALFULFILLMENT OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (HONOURS)
AT
AMITY COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND FINANCE
AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH
SECTOR125,NOIDA–201303,UTTAR PRADESH,INDIA
2014
DECLARATION
Title of NTCC...REVIEW ON LIFE OF BHAGAT SINGH
I declare
(a)That the work presented for assessment in this NTCCReport is my own, that it has not previously been presented for another assessment and that my
debts (for words, data, arguments and ideas) have been appropriately acknowledged
(b)That the work conforms to the guidelines for presentation and style set out in the relevant documentation.
Date : 03/11/2014 MISHIKA TYAGI A3104614020 BCOM (HONS) ACCF
CERTIFICATE
I DR.GEETA MISHRA hereby certify that MISHIKA TYAGI student of
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In Pakistan, Which Aspires To Be A 'Islamic State', Sectarian
In Pakistan, which aspires to be a 'Islamic state ', sectarian conflict is part of, and interacts with, broader issues concerning the place of Islam in public
life. There are sectarian identities which diversify each group and say who belongs to what sect , for example the believing of attending a mosque or
madarasa. Islamization, or the introduction of 'Islamic ' norms and institutions through government policy or decree, is another factor which has often
provoked and defined sectarian controversies in Pakistan. That Pakistan professes to be an Islamic state means that Islamic laws will be not observed
in that state but enforced by it. This practice was introduced in 1979 by General Zia Ul Haq. [ Zaman , 1998] It doesn't matter ... Show more content on
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According to Siddiqui , blasphemy laws were requested to target minorities. Blasphemy law is a law limiting the freedom of speech and expression
and are used to protect the religious beliefs of a majority group or those who control the law.
It attracted much attention in Pakistan but the misuse would only cause violence. Christians and non Sunni Muslims were being beaten by the public
without any legal fines. Siddiqui states
"In a 2013 study by the Pew Research Center, Pakistan had the highest possible score on the social hostilities involving religions index, which measures
acts of religious hostility by private individuals, organizations, and social groups. This includes religion–related armed conflict or terrorism, mob or
sectarian violence, harassment over attire for religious reasons, and other religion–related intimidation or abuse. This index thus tries to take into
account individual–level hostilities as well attacks by militant organizations." [ Siddiqui , 2015 , Pg 6 ]
Violence motivated by sectarianism has taken many forms in and prominent representatives from each sect have been victims in tit–for–tat targeted
killings. One group has launched armed attacks against another group's schools and homes and funerals and religious processions have been bombed,
as well have neighborhoods that have demographically dominated that area.
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Pepsi Co Essay
PepsiCo gained entry to India in 1988 by creating a joint venture with the Punjab government–owned Punjab Agro Industrial Corporation (PAIC) and
Voltas India Limited. This joint venture marketed and sold Lehar Pepsi until 1991 when the use of foreign brands was allowed; PepsiCo bought out
its partners and ended the joint venture in 1994. [1] Others claim that firstly Pepsi was banned from import in India, in 1970, for having refused to
release the list of its ingredients and in 1993, the ban was lifted, with Pepsi arriving on the market shortly afterwards. These controversies are a
reminder of "India's sometimes acrimonious relationship with huge multinational companies." Indeed, some argue that PepsiCo and The Coca–Cola
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But an Indian parliamentary committee, in 2004, backed up CSE's findings and a government–appointed committee is now trying to develop the
world's first pesticide standards for soft drinks. Coke and PepsiCo opposed the move, arguing that lab tests aren't reliable enough to detect minute
traces of pesticides in complex drinks. On December 7, 2004, India's Supreme Court ruled that both PepsiCo and competitor The Coca–Cola Company
must label all cans and bottles of the respective soft drinks with a consumer warning after tests showed unacceptable levels of residual
pesticides.[citation needed]
Both companies continue to maintain that their products meet all international safety standards without yet implementing the Supreme Court
ruling.[citation needed] As of 2005, The Coca–Cola Company and PepsiCo together hold 95% market share of soft–drink sales in India. [4] PepsiCo
has also been alleged to practice "water piracy" due to its role in exploitation of ground water resources resulting in scarcity of drinking water for the
natives of Puthussery panchayat in the Palakkad district in Kerala, India. Local residents have been pressuring the government to close down the
PepsiCo unit in the village.
In 2006, the CSE again found that soda drinks, including both Pepsi and Coca–Cola, had high levels of pesticides in their drinks. Both PepsiCo and
The Coca–Cola Company maintain that their drinks are safe for consumption
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Essay On Holstein Fiesian
Jersey is being used for the genetic improvement of local cattle in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir,
Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Tripura and West Bengal. Holstein Friesian is being used in Delhi and
Punjab. Both Holstein Friesian and Jersey are being used in Gujarat, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in crossbreeding program currently. The State Animal
Husbandry Department, Maharashtra carried out the cattle development programs through Key Village Centers, Intensive Cattle Development
Programs, Operation Flood Schemes, Cooperative Federations and Bhartiya Agro Industries Foundation, Uruli–Kanchan. As, there is no descript breed
of cattle in Punjab and most of the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
At these units Hariana was to be crossed with Friesian, Brown Swiss and Jersey frozen semen of high merit bulls under a planned mating program.
Later this project was renamed as All India Coordinated Research Project (AICRP) on Cattle and started functioning from 1.4.1969. The coordinating
unit of the project was established at IVRI, Izatnagar. In 1970, three more units namely Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University, Lam, Mahatma Phule
Agricultural University, Rahuri and Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur with Ongole as the foundation breed at Lam, and Gir at the
two remaining centers were added to the project. In 1972 the UNDP/PL–480 international crossbreeding project at Haringhata with Hariana breed was
also merged in the AICRP on cattle. The results from these and other similar projects indicated that Holstein crosses irrespective of any indigenous
breed and the agro–ecologies involved produced the highest quantity of milk followed by Brown Swiss and Jersey crosses given the necessary feed,
health and management inputs. The results also indicated that in areas with good feed resources specially irrigated cultivated fodder, crossbreeding of
indigenous non–descript and low producing cattle with Holstein and stabilization of exotic inheritance at 50 % through interbreeding and further
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Essay on Indian government under the leadership of Indira...
She joined the National Congress party and became active in India's independence movement in 1938. In 1955, she was elected to the executive
body of the Congress party, becoming a national political figure in her own right. Four years thereafter, she was president of the party. It was finally
in 1966 when Indira Gandhi was given her first opportunity to govern the Republic of India as Prime Minister, following the death of Prime Minister
Shastri. Even though she was governing as a reserve, Gandhi had her first campaign victory in the national elections of 1971. For the subsequent
years, Indira Gandhi and her administration had successfully governed India. She was in office for fifteen years over two... Show more content on
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Gandhi's leadership was not the only aspect in jeopardy; her life was at risk as well.
Frustration within the Sikh community in Punjab due to the betrayal and threatening behaviour of the Indian government gave way to a small–scale
armed insurgency calling for the implementation of what the Sikhs had been peacefully agitating for since India's independence.[3] The leader of this
armed movement was a preacher from a Sikh institution called Damdami Taksal, Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.[4] In simpler terms, the
aforementioned acknowledges the fact that Sikhs in Punjab were in dispute with the Indian government over a territory that belongs distinctly to Sikhs.
What bothered the Sikhs was the opportunity given to them shortly after independence – a land separate from Hindus and Muslims. Unfortunately, at
the time of independence, Sikhs declined the opportunity to acquire a sovereign territory and accepted to live amongst the people of India. The Sikhs
rejected the offer as they thought they would be given the opportunity to live in unity with others without being suppressed or misrepresented.
Regrettably, this is exactly what happened. The government, created shortly after independence, had representation of mass populations, of which
mostly were Hindus. Sikhs, who only composed two percent of India,
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The Importance Of Language In Education
It was during the 1800s that a decision was taken which had ended up being the turning point for the language in education scenario in India and
changed the orientation of language priority in Indian education. The decision was taken to ignore the vernacular medium education and concentrate
entirely on English as the single language for instruction (Paranjpe & Prasad, 2010)(Sridhar, 1989). It was made clear that those who had attained
education in English would be preferred over the vernacular educated class. English had become the language of higher education and with the
establishment of the prestigious universities in the major cities like Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, Lahore, Allahabad and Punjab, English had achieved its
supremacy (Sridhar, 1989) (Krishnaswamy & Krishnaswamy, 2006). From this point onwards education came to be equated with English education
and those who studied in vernacular medium were put permanently in the background (Sridhar, 1989), a mindset prevalent in the mind of Indians even
today. Despite the changes which were made in the language policies in the 1900s to make space for vernacular languages in the educational setting
did not meet with the expected success (Krishnaswamy & Krishnaswamy, 2006) (Sridhar, 1989). By 1970s and 1980s about one–third of the India had
its schools using English as their medium of instruction (Paranjpe & Prasad, 2010). Hence the language in education policy during the colonial era had
created two different media of
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What Is The Statement Of Purpose For Engineering
Statement of Purpose
Albert Einstein's words, "Difficulties cannot be solved at the same plane of alertness that created them." interested me right from my school days and
with single–minded allegiance I focused my attention throughout my career in school and college to increase my level of awareness to understand life
and the associated problems.
Engineering is the process of using science, mathematics, technology and common sense in a creative way to design, build and sell all kinds of
products, services and information. In my perception, success in any career depends on a few basic fundamental elements and technical expertise with
a sound knowledge base. These aspects need to be supplemented by an extensive data bank and administrative skills. Of course, the ultimate success
depends on the individual's will to translate the above traits into a meaningful demonstrable success consistent to such success. As an undergraduate
student my exposure has been in the academic side with participation in seminars and symposiums. However, with fierce competition that exists in all
technical fields and in–depth knowledge that is required to meet the challenging situations that may arise in those technical fields in the days to come,
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Your Graduate course offers opportunity to obtain ingredients for both, a unique environment that no job can perhaps offer. The graduate university
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Purpose For Statement For A Career In Civil Engineering
After three years of diploma and three years of bachelor degree in Civil Engineering, I feel completely satisfied with my decision to choose
engineering as my career option as it has revealed most pragmatic and down–to–earth approach to tackling human problems to me. My enthusiasm
coupled with scope for innovations and opportunities available in the civil engineering has motivated me to opt for higher studies and contribute to the
field through meaningful research. I sincerely believe that post graduation in construction and infrastructure management will be an ideal step in this
direction.
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on every individual's life and importance of infrastructure for development of a country. Foundation of this lay in my childhood admiration of my
grand father who was a civil engineer and I used to be excited when i hear from my grand mother about his contribution to Irrigation department of
punjab where he was appointed as a civil engineer.
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ambience conducive to academic pursuit. This has ingrained the desire of competition and achievement and temperament of scientific inquiry in my
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Emerging Trends Of Medical Tourism
CAPSTONE PROJECT ON EMERGING TRENDS IN MEDICAL TOURISM
A CASE STUDY OF PUNJAB
AMES GILL (Reg. No.11107022)
To School of Hospitality Master of Business Administration (Tourism & Hospitality)
Under the guidance of DR.VARINDER SINGH RANA
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Ethnic Gathering And Ethnicity

  • 1. Ethnic Gathering And Ethnicity In this area, the emphasis is on social character among tans and white's in Canada. An ethnic gathering may separate itself utilizing predominance or mediocrity on the premise of genuine or asserted physical trademark and/or put on social criteria, which set the gathering apart Ethnicity is a typical legacy shared by a specific gathering and will incorporate history, dialect, customs, inclination for music and nourishment. In spite of the fact that there might be a cover between race and ethnicity each has an alternate social significance. racial personality alludes to a feeling of gathering in light of the observation that the individual shares a normal racial legacy with a specific racial gathering with racial personality, people are seen ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 2. Sikhism Document Analysis Today, the environment and encompassing ecosystems are at the mercy of human activities, largely due to the significant population growth and new factories that have arose from the start of the industrial revolution. Under the guidance of Sri Manjit Singh, one of the five spiritual and temporal heads of Sikhism, a statement was written regarding the Sikh Faith and its stance on environmental preservation and maintenance. The document in its entirety is available on Alliance of Religions and Conservation's website, which includes all the religions of the world and their own unique statement regarding the environment. Growing up in a Sikh household I was able to see firsthand the philosophies mentioned in the documents in relation to my experience ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, in traditional rural Punjab, "two of the most important centers of human activity have been the Sikh Gurdwara and a source of water – pond, tank, pool, or running water." Surrounding these two sites was community land, not used anyone for personal farming. This area provides shade, shelter, and firewood within easy reach. Instead of having people going into the forest and accidently starting wildfires or disturbing the wildlife. Manjit uses this historical dialogue to show that a community can thrive whilst co–existing with nature. Furthermore, the culture is "based on organic materials, recycling is an intrinsic and natural" part of the resource cycle, as there is a strong tradition of sharing. The same concept applies today, in regards to humans living together and ensuring the health of the planet. Due to the author's upbringing in this fertile land that has fought the effects of global climate change, pass on the knowledge to the reader. The audience consists of individuals who live in a world that is in a decline state, but a group effort is necessary to balance the equilibrium. Therefore, Manjit has to write in a way that outlines steps they can take to make a difference in their surroundings, while maintaining a positive tone and delivering the statement with a concise and easy to read manner. The enthusiasm and the informative tone allow him to deliver information in a credible manner and use of historical references in his statement allows Manjit to accomplish the document's purpose, which is to inform humans about their connection to nature and maintain a healthy relationship for generations to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 3. Paragraph On Natural History Museum 4.Natural History Museums Natural History Museums are institutions that collect, display and research materials, collected or extracted from the natural world. The multifaceted purpose of such a museum is to: (i) build or store natural history collections, (ii) conduct research and interpret the results, (iii) support the purpose of science and biological conservation, (iv) enhance public understanding and appreciation of the natural world, and (v) collaborate with the public in deriving their own meaning from the natural heritage they encounter in the museum and in nature. The Oriental Museum of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, established in Calcutta in 1814, had various natural history objects on display from its inception. During last two hundred years, sixty natural history museums or natural history galleries were set up in various parts of the country. The distribution ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Next was the Natural History Museum, set up in the premises of Kerala State Museum and Zoological Garden in Thrissur (1885), Gass Forest Museum was established in Coimbatore in 1902. Next was the Bengal Natural History Museum set up in Darjeeling in 1903. A Museum of Arthropoda was opened in Pune in 1961. A large natural history museum was opened in Thiruvananthapuram in 1964. Two natural history museums were attached to the nearest zoological gardens in Ahmedabad (1974) and Hyderabad (1979). Two natural history museums were opened in the northeast, namely, Assam Forest Museum (1983) in Guwahati and Biological Museum (1998) in Imphal. Five natural history museums with thematic galleries and extensive educational activities were established in New Delhi (1978), Mysore (1995), Bhopal (1997), Bhubaneswar (2004), and Sawai Madhopur (2014). A government natural history museum was established in Chandigarh in 2001 and another such private museum was opened at Thar in Rajasthan ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4. Equal Education And Equal Rights Malala Yousafzai once said, "I speak not for myself but for those without voice... those who have fought for their rights... their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated." This quotation means that education is a right every human being should have, many have been fighting for equality, peace and dignity, but their voices were never heard, but in today society we are still fighting for equality, and the rights we should share today. This quotation relates to an equaleducation right because many females and males are unable to receive an education in many countries including the Middle East. Education is a basic human right that should be granted to every human being. Even though education can put someone's life in danger, it is a basic human right that should be granted to every human being. Education should be universal because it frightens those who want their child to get an education, terrorists are threatening the people of unequal rights, and people are not given the chance for an education in some countries due to an economic or cultural disadvantage. The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization states, "Education transforms lives and is at the heart of UNESCO's mission to build peace, eradicate poverty and drive sustainable development. Education should be a means to empower children and adults alike to become active participants in the transformation ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 5. Kalpana Chawla Kalpana Chawla (July 1, 1961 – February 1, 2003) was an Indian–American astronaut with NASA. She was one of seven crew members killed in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. Contents[hide] * 1 Early life * 2 Education * 3 NASA career * 4 Death * 5 Awards * 6 Memorials * 7 See also * 8 References * 9 Further reading * 10 External links | [edit] Early life Kalpana Chawla was born in Karnal (Haryana) in 1961 to Banarasi Lal Chawla and Sanjyothi. Her interest in flying was inspired by J. R. D. Tata, a pioneering Indian aviator and industrialist. Chawla has two sisters, Sunita and Deepa, and a brother, Sanjay. Being the youngest the family members gave her the nickname "Montu." In 1983, she met and married... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Kalpana Chawla International Space University Scholarship * Kalpana Chawla Memorial Scholarship program was instituted by Indian students association (ISA) at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) in 2005 for meritorious graduate students.[13] * At least 30,000 schoolchildren and citizens joined hands to make a 36.4–km–long human chain to support the demand for a Kalpana Chawla medical college in the city which was announced by then Health Minister of India Dr. C. P. Thakur and later on promised by Prime Minister of India Dr. Manmohan Singh. Kalpana Chawla Medical College Nirman Committee backed by volunteers and activists of various organisations, supported by students from 34 schools, swarmed the roads and formed a chain along the roads in Karnal to demonstrate that they continued to revere Kalpana Chawla as an outstanding astronaut.[14] * Haryana Government accepted the long pending demand of people of Karnal and now work to establish Kalapana Chawla Medical College in Karnal is in its first phase. * Asteroid 51826 Kalpanachawla, one of seven named after the Columbia's crew.[15] * On February 5, 2003, India's Prime Minister announced that the meteorological ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6. My City Chandigarh Introduction to Chandigarh Chandigarh is the first planned modern city ofIndia designed by the French architect Le Corbusier. Chandigarh is a city in India that serves as the capital of two states – Punjab and Haryana. However, the city does not belong to either state. Rather, the city is administered by the federal government and hence classified as a union territory. Chandigarh and the area surrounding it were constituted as a union territory on 1st November, 1966. The city was named after the mother goddess of power, Chandi, whose temple Chandimandu is a feature of the new city. Le–Corbusier was assisted by his cousin, Pieree Jeanneret and the English couple E. Mazwell Fry and Jane B. Druel. These three architects are responsible for ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... John's High School, St. Anne's Convent School, St. Xavier's, Sacred Heart Convent High School, Carmel Convent High School, New Public School, St. Kabir High School, St. Stephens High School, DAV School, Shiwalik Public School, Government College for Girls, Government College for Men, Home Science College for Girls, Guru Govind Singh College, Government Teacher Training College (Chandigarh, India),Government Teacher Training College, MCM College (Girls), SD College and DAV College. There are model schools set up by the government in various sectors, originally aimed to cater the needs of each sector. It is a major study hub for students all over Punjab, Harayana and Himachal Pradesh, and students from South–East Asia Chandigarh also houses many institutes of higher learning, such as the Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh Engineering College, located just outside Chandigarh in Mohali, the Panjab University in sector 14, and the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Research. Food of Chandigarh Chole–bathure, which is a round–the–year item and is available at every wayside dhaba anywhere in northern India is the most famous dish of Chandigarh. Nevertheless, the pride of the Punjabi winter cuisine is sarson–ka–saag served with blobs of white butter accompanied by makke–di–roti and lassi. The other popular dishes, which belong exclusively to Punjab, are mah ki dal, rajma and stuffed parathas. Punjabi cuisine is characterized by a profusion of dairy products in the form ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 7. What Are The Arguments Against The Green Revolution The Revolt Against the Revolution Throughout the world, the effects of the Green Revolution can be seen in the dramatic increases in crop production of multiple developing countries. This has in turn, allowed these developing nations to be able to feed their populations, but at a cost. As discussed in lectures the Green Revolution has its benefits, but also has its cons that many have expressed concern about. Some of these concerns are why opponents reject the Green Revolution as they state it is more harmful than any benefits it brings. In the US News article "The Toxic Consequences of the Green Revolution", a group of these rejectors are shown to be farmers from the small Indian state of Punjab who state that the usage of Green Revolution ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The controversies that arose with the Green Revolution pesticide and fertilizer techniques of the 2008 article are rising again in this 2016 article, only the perpetrator has changed from the chemical usages of the Green Revolution to the side effects of GM seeds in India. The GM seeds that are covered in the 2016 article are cotton seeds that have been modified to reduce the need of pesticides and increase yield such that India is expected to become the largest producer of cotton surpassing China. These GM seeds seemingly fixed the overuse of chemical that was required in 2008 as the article from then said they might, but that was only a temporary fix. These seeds still contain the same financial and debt problems that came with the Green Revolution. Even more worrisome is the fact that the pesticide usage reduction that the cotton GM seeds began to be less effective. Pest became resistant to the pesticide strand of cotton to such an extend that pesticide use have increased to almost twice of what it was in 2008 when the 2008 article stated the worries of the Punjab farmers. These worries still exist as with increase use of these pesticide chemicals, so will there be an increase in the health worries of 2008, such that they may be even ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8. Two Characteristics Of A Case Study Case Study Research Case study is a qualitative research which emphasis on the investigation and explain the details of one or more cases and analyses of one or more cases. A case may be an individual (student, teacher, organization and situation or institution). Concern, issue a hypothesis There are two characteristics of a qualitative Case study. Particularistic, descriptive, heuristic and inductive. – Case Study isParticularisms in nature because, It gives direction to the reader, what to do, what not to do in similar situation. It can examine a specific examplebut illuminate a general problem. It may or may not be influenced by the author's bias. –Case Study is descriptive in nature because, –it has the following aspects. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It can explain the back ground of a situation. It can evaluate, conclude, and summarize. And even increase its potential and applicability So it is clear that the qualitative case study is an intensive,full descriptive and analysis of a single case, Phenomenon, or socialunit. Uses of Case Study Research in Education In Case Study research some other disciplines such as anthropology , Sociology, Psychology , and history, can help,it in theory and method. Theory and techniques mostly concern form anthropology , Sociology, Psychology , and history, these not only provide information but also give directions in investigation in Education. A researcher can analyses Case study is descriptive, or interpretive and evaluative according to its end product. Case studies are very useful in formulating policies, in the fields of political science, business, journalism economics and Government. In Education, Case Study mostly focuson the Problems of student's learning. A teacher or researcher can use his Case study for formulation of policy for learning purpose. In education Case study often depends upon other disciplines such as history, psychology, anthropology, sociology, both for theoretical orientation and for techniques of data collection and
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  • 10. Girls Education In Pakistan Case Study Case study: Pakistan Pakistan got independence in 1947 from British rule and it is situated in South Asia. It is diverse country with multi –culture and multi –linguistic society. It is one of the most populated countries of world with around 199 million populations and covered with area around 340,509 sq. mil. It is geographically crucial country of continent and share borderline with other countries such as India, Afghanistan, China, Iran. Afghanistan and Iran locate in west while India lies in east of Pakistan. Russian federation and China the central Asian states situated in its north (Geography 2016). It has four provinces named as Punjab, Baluchistan, NWFP and Sind owe different cultures and ethnicities in the society. Diverse ethnic... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... S. a. A. N. (2011). Connecting the Dots: Education and Religious Discrimination in Pakistan. 139. Bibi, T. (2015). Implications of Free And Compulsory Secondary Education. 6 (1): 7. Geography. (2016). Available at: http://geography.about.com/library/cia/blcpakistan.htm (accessed: 20.04.2016). Khalid, A. (2016). Culture and Customs of Pakistan 12. KidsRights. (2013). Girls equal Right to Education in a global context, with a focus on Pakistan: University Leiden. Malik, D. I. H. (Sepember 2002). Relgious Minorities in Pakistan. UK. 36 pp. PILDAT. (2011). Right to Free and compulsory Education in Pakistan. 12. Shabir, M. A. (2012). Article 2–1 A of Constitution and Minorities Rights Available at: http://paktribune.com/articles /Article–2–A–of–the–Constitution–and–Minorities–Rights–242889.html. Singal, D. N. (2015). Education of children with disabilities in India and Pakistan. United Kingdom: University of Cambridge. 44 pp. Unesco. (2012). Education in Pakistan. Unicef. (2003). Examples of Inclusive Education Pakistan. South Africa: United Nation Children ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 11. The Sikhs Essay In the year 1469 a man named Guru Nanak was born into a Punjabi–Hindu family. His name means &quot;He who was born at the home of his mother's parents&quot;, which was in Talwandi, near Labone (&quot;Sikhs&quot; 647). We know little about Nanak's life but a lot about his beliefs from a book called &quot; Adi Granth&quot; or &quot; Granth Sahib&quot;, which means holy book. Some of his beliefs were the reality of &quot;karma&quot; and &quot;reincarnation&quot;.These are beliefs that our actions in this life determine how high or low we'll be in our next life. The Hindus and Muslims believe it is best to worship, missionize, study and write the sacred scriptures, and other religious public actions and behaviors. Nanak believed... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Angad appointed as his successor Amar Das, who did two things that differed from Nanak's beliefs. He made his own village, Goindual, a city for pilgrims, though Nanak said that missionizing was not good. In addition, Amar Das collected materials for the forming of &quot;Granth Sahib&quot;, though Nanak said you shouldn't make sacred writings. Guru Amar Das appointed, as his successor, his son–in–law Jetha or Ram Das. Guru Ram Das built the golden temple in Amritsar on the land given to him by emperor Akbor. Before then the Guru– ship was given to someone who deserved it, but from that point on it was given to a family member. So, Ram Das gave it to his third son Arjan Dev, a legendary hero of his time. Guru Arjan Dev put together the &quot;Granth Sahib&quot;, supposedly taking it from the works of Amar Das. Before he died, Guru Arjan told his son Hargobind to wear, when he became Guru, not one but two swords because one stood for &quot;piri&quot;, the continuing authority of the Guru and the other stood for &quot;miri&quot; the newly assumed secular authority (McLeod 4). It was from his secular authority that the Panth or Sikh community developed, always arming themselves out of fear of the Mughal forces. The death of Arjan is not clear but it probably did occur while he was in Mughal custody. Guru Hargobind was forced to change the Panth from Nanak–Panth, the Panth similar to the days of Nanak, to a military Panth. After Guru ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12. History and Experience of the Sikh Diaspora in the United... History and Experience of the Sikh Diaspora in the United States Sikh migrants began arriving in the United States more than one hundred years ago, and now have reached numbers close to half a million. Like most other immigrant communities in the United States, Sikhs have faced problems that are both specific to their community and that are also shared by other ethnic communities making their way in a new land. Despite their recent numbers and century long history in the United States, many of their fellow Americans know relatively little about Sikhs, their history, and their faith. They are often confused by others in the United States as being Muslim, as their religious beliefs require Sikh men to wear a turban. Others confuse ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A Sikh man, by design, stands out in a crowd with his turban and full beard. These outwardly shown symbols of faith make the Sikhs a special minority in the United States and throughout the diaspora's other host countries. The invasion of the Punjab by the British during the Anglo–Sikh War in 1849 led to the annexation of the Punjab to Britain in March of that year. The ferocity and tenacity of the Sikh warriors greatly impressed the British, and the fierceness of the British earned the mutual respect from the Sikhs as well. The British considered the Sikhs a "martial race", and Sikhs were allowed to enlist in the British Indian Army. At it's highest point, Sikh enlistment represented 33% of the British Indian Army, despite the fact that Sikhs only accounted for around 2% of India's total population.[4] Sikh regiments were eventually dispatched throughout the colonies of the British Empire. Many of these Sikh soldiers remained in the colonies after completion of their military duties. Their reputation as soldiers and warriors put them in demand as employes in police and various other security services throughout the British Empire. These soldier–sojourners represent the first phase of Sikhs being scattered across the globe.[5] A second phase of migration ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 13. green computing, a solution to environmental degradation Volume 3, Issue 4, April 2013 ISSN: 2277 128X International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering Research Paper Available online at: www.ijarcsse.com Study and Analyze the Factors Related to Green Computing Dr. Pardeep Mittal Professor, Department of Computer Science, Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo, Punjab, India Navdeep Kaur M.Phil Research Scholar Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo, Punjab, India Abstract – In today's era computer is the basic need of everyone. Everyone use computer for its own purpose. But no one is aware about the harmful impacts of the use of computer on environment. Most of the CO 2 emission is produced through the heat generated by computer and its devices. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... ?) V18 (Do you know about carbon emission (CO2) generated by computers and its devices?) V19 (Do you know CO2 emission cause impact on our environment like acid rain, global warming?) V20 (Do you know about operating systems that consume less energy?) V21 (Have you ever use Linux operating system?) V22 (Do you know which search engine consumes less energy?)
  • 14. V23 (Are you aware about the companies' initiatives toward green computing?) V24 (Do you know which manufacturer's product is more sustainable to our environment?) V25 (Do you know about e–waste generated from computing equipment?) V26 (Have you ever seen or heard about any campaign about green computing?) V27 (Telecommuting is a way companies can make their office greener?) V28 (Green computing equipment is so expensive so that small business cannot afford it.) Recycling and disposing V29 (Do you know about disposing of computers and its devices?) V30 (Do you know about formal and informal disposing?) V31 (Do you know about the recycling of the computers?) V32 (Do you ever recycle any computing device?) Energy Consumption V33 (When you purchase new electronic device do you consider energy star logo?) V34 (You have any product with energy star logo?) V35 (You are doing efforts to saving energy at home?) V36 (You always consider about cost while purchasing product?) V37 (Can you save a lot of money by using green computing?) V38 (Is Laptop consumes less energy than desktops?) V39 (Is Inkjet printer more sustainable to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 15. Management Control Syaytem for Ipl MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM BY BCCI For IPL In partial fulfillment for the requirement of "Management Financial System" course in two years full time Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programmed of Gujarat Technological University (GTU) Prepared By: Jatin patel [09059] Vineet Modi [09042] Sheenam Gupta [09025] Pranav Shah [09087] Harsh Rajwani [09075] Submitted to: Prof. Viral Pandya 25th March – 2011 N.R. Institute of Business Management, GLS Campus, Ahmedabad – 380006 PREFACE A ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Without its recognition, no competitive cricket involving BCCI–contracted Indian players can be hosted within or outside the country. IPL The Indian Premier League (often abbreviated as IPL) is a professional league for Twenty20 cricket competition in India. It was initiated by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) headquartered in Mumbai supervised by BCCI Vice President Chirayu Amin, current chairman & commissioner of IPL, and CEO, Sundar Raman. It currently contested by 10 teams (franchises) consisting of players from different countries. It was started after an altercation between the BCCI and the Indian Cricket League.[5] In 2010, IPL became the first sporting event ever to be broadcast live on YouTube.[6] Its brand value was estimated to be around $4.13 billion the
  • 16. same year.[7][8] According to global sports salaries review, IPL is the second highest –paid league, based on first–team salaries on a pro rata basis, second only to the NBA. It is estimated that the average salary of an IPL player over a year would be $3.84 million. The brand value of Chennai Super Kings (winner IPL 2010, finalist IPL 2008 and semi–finalist IPL 2009) is estimated at USD 48.4 Million ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Format With the introduction of 2 new teams, a new ten–team format was created. This new format consists of 74 matches and was introduced as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 17. Advantages And Disadvantages Of Chitkara School Chitkara School is usually a clubby college or university throughout Asia featuring a campus throughout Punjab in addition to Himachal Pradesh, Asia. Chitkara School is usually a UGC constituted college or university using the suitable to debate degrees depending on the particular portions 2(f) in addition to 22(1) on the UGC Work, 1956. The particular college or university presents substantial training throughout undergrad in addition to postgraduate diploma programs inside the comedian involving Engineering, Entropy Software, Path, Hospitality, Motel Prescription medication Architectural mastery, Medication, Human body Communication & Journalism, Structure, Medication, in addition to Trainer Upbringing. The particular lincoln provides more than 10, 000 learners in addition to solon in comparison with 800 tenured electric power associates.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The particular lincoln arrives under the beginning of Chitkara Informative Trustingness supported throughout Chandigarh, launched through Dr Ashok E Chitkara in addition to Dr Madhu Chitkara inside the year 1998 using the charge to help are at odds of fineness in every the particular comedian involving instruction, also to interruption on to intoxicated donnish ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18. The Development of Nationalist Ideas Within Sikh Community... Introduction After the bloodshed among devotees of different faiths resided in South Asia, India, though partitioned, at last gained independence in 1947. Even if it was stated that this ''new–born'' country will be a secular state, the majority of population was regarded as Hindus and fear of possible subordination of other communities was displayed. The majority of Muslims who supported All–India Muslim League led by Muhammad Ali Jinnah moved to Pakistan where the whole governmental system was built to maintain and develop Muslim society. It seemed that both Hindu and Muslim majorities were more–or–less content about post–colonial juncture but not the rest of population that did not fit to both categories. The notions of partition ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This ceremony obliged initiates to keep the hair unshorn, to wear arms and to bear the epithet 'Singh' with their names. Establishment of KhДЃlsДЃ pretended to eliminate non–baptised Sikhs from religious community and make socio–religious identity of Sikhs more distinct than that of the earlier Sikhs. Slight tension between non–Khalsa and Khalsa Sikhs is still visible. Mughal Empire started to decline in XVIII c. and it capacitated the rise of successor states. From 1799 Ranjit Singh started unification of the territories in Punjab where Sikhs formed dominant element in the ruling class. Hindus and Muslims were not eliminated from the society but Sikhs received much larger share then they did. Agriculture, trade and manufacturing were revived. Arts and literature took distinctive shape; Ranjit Singh encouraged historical literature in Persian what indicates that Persian language was still the language of authorities and ruling power. But some works appears in Punjabi, too. The Empire of Ranjit Singh existed only until 1849 when it was taken over by British who had already established their political control over the rest of the subcontinent, but the echo of its glory in documents and sourcebooks was remembered during the revival of Sikh nationalism in XX c and was one of the factors in revitalizing solidarity and unity among Sikhs. Punjabi Suba in the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 19. Equal Education And Equal Rights Mallow Yousafzai once said, "I speak not for myself, but for those without a voice... those who have fought for their rights... their right to live in peace, their right to be treated with dignity, their right to equality of opportunity, their right to be educated." This quotation means that education is a right every human being should have, many have been fighting for equality, peace and dignity, but their voices were never heard, but in today's society we are still fighting for equality, and the rights we should share today. This quotation relates to an equaleducation right because many females and males are unable to receive an education in many countries including the Middle East. Education is a basic human right that should be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Everyone learns, but we may not be conscious that we are learning. Learning is a process, and an outcome because we as humans process living on earth, and understanding our bodies. The outcome of learning is new understanding, and the appreciation something or someone. The article What is Education? A Definition and Discussion from infed.org, states"Recent years, developments in neuroscience have shown us how learning takes place both in the body and as a social activity. We are social animals. As a result, educators need to focus on creating environments and relationships for learning rather than trying to drill knowledge into people." Education can also deliberate, because humans act with a purpose in understanding and having judgement. It comes with respect, truth, and around the world, it becomes an attitude and feeling in the way we treat people as well. However, education is unequal to people in many countries, and many innocent people have been threatened because they want equal education, including people in the Middle East. An example of this is in the country Pakistan. At the age of 15 years old a young child named Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head by Taliban's on October 9th, 2012 for standing up for equal education for her and her classmates. After being shot, and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20. Note On Amul Introduction Amul is an Indian dairy cooperative, located at Anand in the state of Gujarat, India. Founded in 1946, the brand is managed by a cooperative body, the Gujarat Co–operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. (GCMMF). Dr. Verghese Kurien, founder–chairman of the GCMMF for more than 30 years (1973–2006), is credited with the success of Amul which is jointly owned by 3.6 million milk producers in Gujarat. Amul, the world's largest producer of milk and milk products spurred a White Revolution, which made the country the world's largest producer of milk and milk products, thereafter, Amul became the largest food brand in India and has ventured into markets overseas. (wikipedia, n.d.) Vision Amul's vision is to provide more and more satisfaction to the farmers, employees and distributers Mission GCMMF (Gujarat Co–operative Milk Marketing Federation) aims to satisfy the taste and nutritional requirements of the customers of the world, through excellence in marketing through its teams, through co–operative networking, they are committed to offering quality products that provide best value for money. History Amul–operative registered on 14 ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Dalaya. Dalaya's innovation of making skim milk powder from buffalo milk (for the first time in the world) and a little later, with Kurien's help, making it on a commercial scale, led to the first modern dairy of the cooperative at Anand, which would compete against established players in the market. Kurien's brother–in–law K.M. Philip sensitized Kurien to the needs of attending to the finer points of marketing, including the creation and popularization of a brand. This led to the search for an attractive brand name. In a brainstorming session, a chemist who worked in the dairy laboratory suggested Amul, which came from the Sanskrit word "amulya", which means "priceless" and "denoted and symbolised the pride of swadeshi
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  • 22. Work Experience Essay Work Experience SAMPLE LETTER OF MOTIVATION 1 Dear Sirs, I am interested in working for a Tour Operator. I have knowledge of the way travel agencies work because of my professional experience in Spain and my degree in Tourism. I would like to have experience in a British environment to gain knowledge of the working style of a Tour Operator in England and also to improve my English. My professional experience in a travel agency is in selling by telephone, explaining the itinerary of a trip, the different choices of accommodation and finally the price. Afterwards, I contacted the office of the foreign country, by email, to book the trip and finally I confirmed that the trip is booked to the customer. I have also worked in the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I would like to post my LM and would apreciate any comments about it. LETTER OF MOTIVATION Dear Sir or Madam I hereby apply for entrance to the Master Programme of Design and Construction Project Management at Chalmers University of Technology for the 2009 autumn term. I am very interested in this degree and Iam confident that my strong academic background in engineering, combined with my work experience, will fulfill your requirements. I am a Portuguese Civil Engineer working as a site manager for a project management firm where I am improving my skills in construction management and site coordination. From 2004 to 2007 I worked in Portugal for a contractor, however in the year 2006 I had the opportunity to do an internship in Poland which gave me experience of living and working abroad. My 5 year Civil Engineering degree is specialized in concrete structures, hydraulics, geotechnics, planning and transportation. Under the ERASMUS Programme I lived and studied in Denmark for 6 months. After 4 years of professional experience in the construction business I have aquired the maturity to decide in which area I intend to specialize. This Master Programme will contribute positively to the evolution of my career as it suits perfectly as an upgrade of the current position I hold and will allow me to develop my skills in project management. Since 2003, during my studies in Denmark I became interested in Sweden ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 23. English As A Symbol Of Power And High Social Status INTRODUCTION Education is a nation building and globally inter–related activity that unlocks the door to modernization. It is imparted through formal, informal and non–formal ways. For this purpose, there is a need of interaction among the students, teachers and study material. Usually, educational system at the primary level follows the medium of instructions in the mother tongue. But at the secondary level, the students are required to learn one or two unfamiliar languages i.e. English and Urdu. In Pakistan, the students have to study English as a compulsory subject from K.G to graduation level due to the following reasons: i.English is a mean of understanding the foreign and higher educational work. ii. English is an international language used in research, commerce, aviation, diplomacy and source of scientific and technological advancement. iii. English is a symbol of power and high social status. (Rehman, 2004) Language is no doubt an essential part of human life. It is used as a means of communication. Language has been defined in many ways. Some of these are as "a language is a system of arbitrary vocal symbols by means of which a social group operates" (Pahuja, 1994). With the arrival of British in the sub–continent, English replaced the languages of learning and education such as Arabic, Persian and Sanskrit. A turning point in the socio–political history of the sub–continent was Lord Macaulay's decision in 1835 to favour English and bring an end to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24. Importance Of Indian Cinema Cinema is a great source of promoting culture, values and norms of the society, it shows how exactly the people of that specific region are and how they live, think and do their activities. Indian movies are very much popular in our country and movies are very much seen in Pakistan. Bollywood is a largest showbiz industry in the world and one of the main reasons of great influence of Indian cinema in our society and culture is because of downfall of Pakistani showbiz industry. Pakistani cinema is going down and working poorly. Indian cinema is promoting its culture through its movies and dramas, which are totally based on Hindu folklore. they are influencing our culture and values by showing us their dramas and movies which are totally based on their false believes and they are catching attention of our people by showing so much fantasy , colors and glitters in their movies and dramas. In this way they are spoiling our people's thoughts and also moving them far away to watch their own country's cinema. It is believed that if you want to rule on a nation, you should capture their minds and through propaganda cultivate your own culture in their lives by showing them your culture with strong believes. No doubt, it is the fault of our directors and producers who are not making good movies, there are no solid concepts seen in new movies of Pakistan. Our youth is educated and know more about the issues. They want to see good movies based on good scripts and well working cast. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 25. Statement Of Purpose In Mechanical Engineering As a Mechanical Engineering undergraduate student with an ardent interest in the industrial work environment, I have learnt the principles of mechanical engineering those are applicable to most machines, tools and processes which naturally widens my scope of learning and research. This has intrigued me to explore the option of pursuing master's course in Mechanical Engineering from your prestigious University, which I believe will not only supplement my knowledge that I have acquired but also provide me with the best possible platform for the attainment of my future goals. I draw my inspiration towards this field from my mechanical engineer father who serves as a Mechanical Supervisor in a government run organization, National Fertilizers Limited. He was the one who introduced me to machines like Lathe Machine, Gear Cutting Machine, Hydraulic Cutting Machine, Steam Turbines, Compressors etc. and plants like Steam Generation Plant, Ammonia Plant at a very impressionable age. This naturally triggered in me a desire to know more about what happens inside these machines and the reason behind their precise and accurate working. Also, my frequent visits to the industry enabled me to retain as well as enhance my keen interest in the field and thus, influenced me to pursue my undergraduate course in Mechanical Engineering. Due to my innate interest in the field of Mechanical Engineering and impressive performance in the engineering entrance examination, I secured a seat in this ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 26. Personal Statement For Biomedical Science Biomedical science is passionate and constantly developing area and hence a person in this career can enjoy a vast number of career opportunities like in specialist laboratory work, research and education as well as they can serve the human society. I Being a curious person having some little knowledge about biology have always been interested in human body and always wanted to know how the complex mechanism of human body works to enable an individual function properly from simple cells combining together to form tissues, organs and then entire human body . It's truly a wonder of nature. And my goal is to understand to the fullest of my capacity. I believe that being able to pursue a career in biomedical science will help me in accomplishing... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Moreover, the students are judged on the basis of their final examinations and there are very least number of practicals so even after studying the whole course, students don't have any practical knowledge about the subject. I also check the course available in an other developed country like Canada's universities like University of Calgary and Carleton University which are top universities for studying biomedical science in Canada. but i find that this undergraduate degree takes 4 years to complete whereas in Australia one can complete their bachelor's degree in 3 years which we can save a whole year fees while studying in Australia. And unemployment rate is relatively low in australia as compared to canada and other countries because of its strong economic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 27. Case Study Of Finance Myntra As A Training Provider For... PROFILE OF COMPANY Finance Myntra is a training provider for stock market analysis. Its founders being Gurjant and Dikshita started this institute (earlier it was known with name creating wealths) with a vision and mission in May 2012. Finance Myntra started their financial literacy program from tricity and now they are established in Punjab and himachal along with tricity (Panchkula, Mohali, and Chandigarh). Gurjant Singh, Co–Founder of Finance Myntra gave up his job as financial analyst from a reputed company with a 10+ years of experience with a vision to enhance knowledge of investors in stock market, so that they can take their decisions for investing in stocks or commodities without getting involved in speculation. Investors usually fall prey to the wrong trading calls and biased information in market and end up lose heavy amount of money. Apart from this, Dikshita, co–founder, was of the view that financial literacy is the need of the country as many of the people who have money and they don't even know about the basic instruments of investment such as fixed deposits, recurring deposits, kisan vikas patra and many more. Another factor that lead them to start this institute was the unemployment. They constructed a course which will certify graduates as Stock Market Professionals or Technical Analyst and will provide a placement with reputed companies with good packages. Founders are of the view that a good analyst can not only see the upcoming moves in stock market but ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 28. Physical Therapy Personal Statement Physical therapy intrigued me because it was different than any other career fields. I would be actively engaging with patients not just on a physical but also on a personal level. I am aiming to make a difference in someone's physical life by promoting the patient's ability to move, reduce pain, and prevent disability. The exciting and also motivating part of this particular field is I can see the gradation of change over time in the physical abilities of patients. Knowing I would be making a difference in someone's physical life would give me self–satisfaction. With the education from George Washington University I would want deliver the high level of care and empathy to Punjab, India after graduating. Majority of the elders have joint, hip, knees, and muscle problems. The care for elders in small villages is minimal due inexperience physical therapist and politics involved in the health care. The experience from standardized patients and hospitals in close proximity e.g. DC veteran Affairs hospital and the National Rehabilitation Hospital I would be ready to treat patients at all age groups. Not limiting myself to treating the elder population, my plan is to become a leader to teach inexperience therapist in Punjab, India where the education requirement to practice physical therapy is Bachelors degree in physical therapy. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I gained experience in the causes of lymphedema and the correct techniques to move the fluid back to the lymph nodes. My bachelor's Degree in Functional Biology has provided me with the knowledge of exercise testing, EKG interpretation, fitness assessment, anatomy, and kinesiology. I have also taken courses in advanced physiology and exercise physiology that can better prepare me for graduate level courses while being named to the Dean's list of Towson ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 29. Example Of Personal Narrative Essay For College Corrected PS Growing up in a small townhouse, I would see my father only once a week on Sundays because he was working long hours the rest of the week. When meeting him, I would become very emotional because I knew that the reason I could not see him other days of the week was because he was working. My father's hard work and perseverance gave me the drive to become someone that he would be proud of. My goal is to become someone that he can say to himself it was worth the long and strenuous hours spent at work. When I started my undergraduate career, I did not have the intentions of entering this field of study. I wanted to run thefamily business and make it successful. My father said, "If you want to enter the business and are willing to do it every day, then work the entire summer." I was eager to start, arriving on time and being the last one to leave. The enthusiasm soon abated, I could see that I no longer desired to run the family business and did not enjoy my time working there. The end of the summer my father sat me down once again and asked, "Are you ready to continue this any longer?" The answer was clear that I was not ready to run a family business my entire life. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After reviewing my second year in undergraduate, I realized that I had to get more serious about my education. I was an average student in school and I knew that I was not reaching my full potential. I knew I needed to excel in all my classes to reach my educational goals. From that point, I learned new studying techniques and went to office hours when needed. But I still had little idea of what career path I wanted to take with my bachelors in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 30. Essay On Deobandi Genocide Another group of people leading to Shia Genocide were the "Deobandis". The Deobandis are groups of Muslims who are connected to and named after the University of Deoband located in India. It is an intellectual school of thought that is deeply rooted about Islam and everyone who graduated becomes a "Deobandi" or is known for it. The University of Deoband was founded by a group of Indian 'ulamaa' (scholars) after the British had put a stop to the Islamic revolution in India. "It's establishment was a strong reaction against western advancement and its materialistic civilization in the Indian Subcontinent, aimed at saving the Muslims from the dangers of these circumstances, especially when Delhi, the capital, had been destroyed following the revolution and the British had taken full control of it. The scholars feared that their religion might be assimilated, so Shaykh Imdaadullaah al–Muhaajir al–Makki and his student Shaykh Muhammad Qaasim al–Nanatuwi, and their companions, drew up a plan to protect Islam and its teachings. They thought that the solution was to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Since 1963 Deobandi militants have killed more than 23,500 Shia Muslims and 45,000 Sufi , Sunni , Ahmadis and other forms of Muslims. "Deobandi militants started to receive state patronage during General Zia–ul–Haq's military rule (1977–1988) which gradually resulted in the present form of systemic killings of Shias and other communities in Pakistan. [ Nishapuri , 2012 , Pg 2 ] Sectarian cleavages in Pakistan are on trend and growing. Jihadi violence in Pakistan is becoming increasingly high due to sectarianism. Sectarian cleavages are also becoming more apparent in the media and political parties and Pakistan is being pulled into Arab orbit. "Anti– Shi'a sectarianism is deeply entangled with the Sunni Deobandi militancy that the Pakistani state feeds on and is being consumed by." [ Rafiq , 2014 , Pg 94 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 31. Relationship Among Stress, Adjustment And Homesickness Essay Relationship among Stress, Adjustment and Homesickness in University Students Priyanka Kaur PalaiPardeep Kumar Department of Psychology, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, India Abstract The objective of the current study was to examine the relationship among stress, adjustment and homesickness among University students. Total 100 subjects (N =100, 47 Males, 53 Females) participated in the current study from Lovely Professional University, Punjab. The age of the subjects ranged from 18 to 25 years with a mean age of 20.83 years. The tools for data collection were Perceived Stress Scale and College Adjustment Test in the present study. The statistics Pearson's Product Moment Correlation and Independent samples t test were used to find out the relationships and gender differences among the variables, respectively. The results indicated a negative relationship between stress and adjustment (r = –.299, p < .001) and homesickness and adjustment (r = –.590, p < .001). A positive relationship was also observed between stress and homesickness (r = .265, p < .01). The findings provide an evidence for the negative role of stress and homesickness in adjustment in young adults. Further, the results also indicated no gender differences among stress, adjustment and homesickness being all t ratios below the level of .05 level of probability. The findings favor the notion that in modern times both the genders experience stress and homesickness equally and their adjustment level is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 32. Gordon Allport The Language Of Prejudice Analysis Allport, Gordon. "The Language of Prejudice." Language Awareness. Ed. Paul Eschholz. Alfred Rosa. Virginia Clark. Boston: Bedford St. Martin, 2013. 324–333. Print. Language is arguably the most powerful tool in the world. Humans form certain stigmas to certain groups and is generally unintentional. Things like stereotypes are a common thing in our society. Even a name connected to a certain race, brings certain allegations about that person, may it be negative or positive. These negative allegations about a group of people eventually leads to prejudice. Prejudice can have enormous power over whole groups of people, like the social stigma of the Communist party. The author of this essay Gordon Allport graduated from Harvard College in 1919... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Countries will face many problems due to climate change and the capacity of a government to provide health care will be reduced dramatically. What water scarcity does not necessarily mean the availability of water, with the planet being 70 percent water, but the quality of water. Presently, poor countries are already being affected by water scarcity. It is reported that currently 1.2 billion people do not have access to safe drinking water and this figure will be 2.7 to 3.5 billion people by 2025 if effective steps are not taken to mitigate the water scarcity problem. Climate change causes different factors which may headway for political and social conflicts, so water scarcity will have major impacts on populations' health. South Asian Studies is a reputable research journal out of the University of Punjab, which has been printed and available online since 1984. Muhammad Zakria Zakar, one of the three authors of this article is a professor at the University of Punjab. Rebeena Zakar, second of the three authors is the Chairman of the Public Health and Quantitative Social Research department at the University of Punjab. Third and final author of this paper is Florian Fischer, a professor at University of Bielefeld in Germany. The evidence of human caused climate change affecting the entire worlds water resources I can use to support my argument on water scarcity and its effects on ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 33. Amrita Pritam Essay Among the remarkable women who have wake up this world, Amrita Pritam surely ranks high. Born in 1919 in Gujranwala, the western part of Punjab, presently in Pakistan, She was the only child of a school teacher and a poet. Her father Kartar Singh Hitkari was a well–known teacher cum scholar as well as a preacher of Sikhism. Her mother died in 1930, hence she moved to Lahore with her father. The demise of her mother followed up Amrita with misery and adult responsibilities at an early age, which eventually turned her to writing poetry. At sixteen she was married to Pritam Singh. She began her literary career as a romantic poet, much like her contemporary Shiv Kumar Batalvi. Nevertheless, soon she found herself intertwined in the feminist movements and her literary diction took a significant turn. She remained married to Pritam Singh till 1960 and before they divorced, they had a daughter and a son. Its irony of the male–dominated society that makes Amrita Pritam immortal in the world of Punjabi and English literature with the name of 'Pritam' (her divorcee). Following the partition of India in 1947, Amrita migrated from Lahore to Delhi. She was an employee of the All India Radio till 1961, in its Punjabi service. Meanwhile her marriage broke up in 1960 which made ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A number of her works have been translated into English, French, Japanese and other languages. Her autobiographical works are titled Kala Gulab (Black Rose, 1968) and Raseedi Tikkat (Revenue Stamp, 1976). Her first compilation of Punjabi poems was published in 1935. In 1947, at the time of the Partition, she moved to New Delhi, which she made her second home. She began to write in Hindi as opposed to Punjabi, her mother tongue. She worked until 1961 for All India Radio. She divorced her husband Pritam Singh in 1960 and dedicated her later part of life to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 34. International Labour Organization ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First of all we would like to thank Almighty Allah for giving us the courage and ability to complete this report.We would like to express our gratitude to all those who gave us the possibility to complete this report. We want to thank the Department of management sciences of our university for giving us an opportunity to commence this project in the first instance and to do the necessary research work. We are deeply indebted to our supervisor Sir Muzammil Aftab whose help, stimulating suggestions and encouragement helped us all for writing this report.Especially, we would like to give our special thanks to the staff of ILO for cooperating with us and giving us all the relevant data according to our project obligation.... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... IPEC's work to eliminate child labour is an important facet of the ILO's Decent Work Agenda. Child labour not only prevents children from acquiring the skills and education they need for a better future, it also perpetuates poverty and affects national economies through losses in competitiveness, productivity and potential income. Withdrawing children from child labour, providing them with education and assisting their families with training and employment opportunities contribute directly to creating decent work for adults. Setting target group priorities The goal of IPEC remains the prevention and elimination of all forms of child labour, the priority targets for immediate action are the worst forms of child labour, which are defined in the ILO Convention on the worst forms of child labour, 1999 (No. 182) as: All forms of slavery or practices similar to slavery, Such as the sale and trafficking of children, Debt bondage and serfdom and forced or compulsory labour, including forced or compulsory recruitment of children for use in armed conflict; The use, procuring or offering of a child for prostitution, for the production of pornography or for pornographic performances; The use, procuring or offering of a child for illicit activities, in particular for the production and trafficking of drugs as defined in the relevant international treaties; ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 35. Review On Life Of Bhagat Singh REVIEW ON LIFE OF BHAGAT SINGH BY MISHIKA TYAGI A3104614020 B.COM(H) 2014–17 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF DR.GEETA MISHRA IN PARTIALFULFILLMENT OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (HONOURS) AT AMITY COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND FINANCE AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH SECTOR125,NOIDA–201303,UTTAR PRADESH,INDIA 2014 DECLARATION Title of NTCC...REVIEW ON LIFE OF BHAGAT SINGH I declare (a)That the work presented for assessment in this NTCCReport is my own, that it has not previously been presented for another assessment and that my debts (for words, data, arguments and ideas) have been appropriately acknowledged (b)That the work conforms to the guidelines for presentation and style set out in the relevant documentation. Date : 03/11/2014 MISHIKA TYAGI A3104614020 BCOM (HONS) ACCF CERTIFICATE I DR.GEETA MISHRA hereby certify that MISHIKA TYAGI student of
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  • 37. In Pakistan, Which Aspires To Be A 'Islamic State', Sectarian In Pakistan, which aspires to be a 'Islamic state ', sectarian conflict is part of, and interacts with, broader issues concerning the place of Islam in public life. There are sectarian identities which diversify each group and say who belongs to what sect , for example the believing of attending a mosque or madarasa. Islamization, or the introduction of 'Islamic ' norms and institutions through government policy or decree, is another factor which has often provoked and defined sectarian controversies in Pakistan. That Pakistan professes to be an Islamic state means that Islamic laws will be not observed in that state but enforced by it. This practice was introduced in 1979 by General Zia Ul Haq. [ Zaman , 1998] It doesn't matter ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to Siddiqui , blasphemy laws were requested to target minorities. Blasphemy law is a law limiting the freedom of speech and expression and are used to protect the religious beliefs of a majority group or those who control the law. It attracted much attention in Pakistan but the misuse would only cause violence. Christians and non Sunni Muslims were being beaten by the public without any legal fines. Siddiqui states "In a 2013 study by the Pew Research Center, Pakistan had the highest possible score on the social hostilities involving religions index, which measures acts of religious hostility by private individuals, organizations, and social groups. This includes religion–related armed conflict or terrorism, mob or sectarian violence, harassment over attire for religious reasons, and other religion–related intimidation or abuse. This index thus tries to take into account individual–level hostilities as well attacks by militant organizations." [ Siddiqui , 2015 , Pg 6 ] Violence motivated by sectarianism has taken many forms in and prominent representatives from each sect have been victims in tit–for–tat targeted killings. One group has launched armed attacks against another group's schools and homes and funerals and religious processions have been bombed, as well have neighborhoods that have demographically dominated that area. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 38. Pepsi Co Essay PepsiCo gained entry to India in 1988 by creating a joint venture with the Punjab government–owned Punjab Agro Industrial Corporation (PAIC) and Voltas India Limited. This joint venture marketed and sold Lehar Pepsi until 1991 when the use of foreign brands was allowed; PepsiCo bought out its partners and ended the joint venture in 1994. [1] Others claim that firstly Pepsi was banned from import in India, in 1970, for having refused to release the list of its ingredients and in 1993, the ban was lifted, with Pepsi arriving on the market shortly afterwards. These controversies are a reminder of "India's sometimes acrimonious relationship with huge multinational companies." Indeed, some argue that PepsiCo and The Coca–Cola Company have "been ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... But an Indian parliamentary committee, in 2004, backed up CSE's findings and a government–appointed committee is now trying to develop the world's first pesticide standards for soft drinks. Coke and PepsiCo opposed the move, arguing that lab tests aren't reliable enough to detect minute traces of pesticides in complex drinks. On December 7, 2004, India's Supreme Court ruled that both PepsiCo and competitor The Coca–Cola Company must label all cans and bottles of the respective soft drinks with a consumer warning after tests showed unacceptable levels of residual pesticides.[citation needed] Both companies continue to maintain that their products meet all international safety standards without yet implementing the Supreme Court ruling.[citation needed] As of 2005, The Coca–Cola Company and PepsiCo together hold 95% market share of soft–drink sales in India. [4] PepsiCo has also been alleged to practice "water piracy" due to its role in exploitation of ground water resources resulting in scarcity of drinking water for the natives of Puthussery panchayat in the Palakkad district in Kerala, India. Local residents have been pressuring the government to close down the PepsiCo unit in the village. In 2006, the CSE again found that soda drinks, including both Pepsi and Coca–Cola, had high levels of pesticides in their drinks. Both PepsiCo and The Coca–Cola Company maintain that their drinks are safe for consumption ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 39. Essay On Holstein Fiesian Jersey is being used for the genetic improvement of local cattle in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Goa, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Tripura and West Bengal. Holstein Friesian is being used in Delhi and Punjab. Both Holstein Friesian and Jersey are being used in Gujarat, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in crossbreeding program currently. The State Animal Husbandry Department, Maharashtra carried out the cattle development programs through Key Village Centers, Intensive Cattle Development Programs, Operation Flood Schemes, Cooperative Federations and Bhartiya Agro Industries Foundation, Uruli–Kanchan. As, there is no descript breed of cattle in Punjab and most of the... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... At these units Hariana was to be crossed with Friesian, Brown Swiss and Jersey frozen semen of high merit bulls under a planned mating program. Later this project was renamed as All India Coordinated Research Project (AICRP) on Cattle and started functioning from 1.4.1969. The coordinating unit of the project was established at IVRI, Izatnagar. In 1970, three more units namely Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University, Lam, Mahatma Phule Agricultural University, Rahuri and Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur with Ongole as the foundation breed at Lam, and Gir at the two remaining centers were added to the project. In 1972 the UNDP/PL–480 international crossbreeding project at Haringhata with Hariana breed was also merged in the AICRP on cattle. The results from these and other similar projects indicated that Holstein crosses irrespective of any indigenous breed and the agro–ecologies involved produced the highest quantity of milk followed by Brown Swiss and Jersey crosses given the necessary feed, health and management inputs. The results also indicated that in areas with good feed resources specially irrigated cultivated fodder, crossbreeding of indigenous non–descript and low producing cattle with Holstein and stabilization of exotic inheritance at 50 % through interbreeding and further ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 40. Essay on Indian government under the leadership of Indira... She joined the National Congress party and became active in India's independence movement in 1938. In 1955, she was elected to the executive body of the Congress party, becoming a national political figure in her own right. Four years thereafter, she was president of the party. It was finally in 1966 when Indira Gandhi was given her first opportunity to govern the Republic of India as Prime Minister, following the death of Prime Minister Shastri. Even though she was governing as a reserve, Gandhi had her first campaign victory in the national elections of 1971. For the subsequent years, Indira Gandhi and her administration had successfully governed India. She was in office for fifteen years over two... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Gandhi's leadership was not the only aspect in jeopardy; her life was at risk as well. Frustration within the Sikh community in Punjab due to the betrayal and threatening behaviour of the Indian government gave way to a small–scale armed insurgency calling for the implementation of what the Sikhs had been peacefully agitating for since India's independence.[3] The leader of this armed movement was a preacher from a Sikh institution called Damdami Taksal, Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.[4] In simpler terms, the aforementioned acknowledges the fact that Sikhs in Punjab were in dispute with the Indian government over a territory that belongs distinctly to Sikhs. What bothered the Sikhs was the opportunity given to them shortly after independence – a land separate from Hindus and Muslims. Unfortunately, at the time of independence, Sikhs declined the opportunity to acquire a sovereign territory and accepted to live amongst the people of India. The Sikhs rejected the offer as they thought they would be given the opportunity to live in unity with others without being suppressed or misrepresented. Regrettably, this is exactly what happened. The government, created shortly after independence, had representation of mass populations, of which mostly were Hindus. Sikhs, who only composed two percent of India, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 41. The Importance Of Language In Education It was during the 1800s that a decision was taken which had ended up being the turning point for the language in education scenario in India and changed the orientation of language priority in Indian education. The decision was taken to ignore the vernacular medium education and concentrate entirely on English as the single language for instruction (Paranjpe & Prasad, 2010)(Sridhar, 1989). It was made clear that those who had attained education in English would be preferred over the vernacular educated class. English had become the language of higher education and with the establishment of the prestigious universities in the major cities like Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, Lahore, Allahabad and Punjab, English had achieved its supremacy (Sridhar, 1989) (Krishnaswamy & Krishnaswamy, 2006). From this point onwards education came to be equated with English education and those who studied in vernacular medium were put permanently in the background (Sridhar, 1989), a mindset prevalent in the mind of Indians even today. Despite the changes which were made in the language policies in the 1900s to make space for vernacular languages in the educational setting did not meet with the expected success (Krishnaswamy & Krishnaswamy, 2006) (Sridhar, 1989). By 1970s and 1980s about one–third of the India had its schools using English as their medium of instruction (Paranjpe & Prasad, 2010). Hence the language in education policy during the colonial era had created two different media of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 42. What Is The Statement Of Purpose For Engineering Statement of Purpose Albert Einstein's words, "Difficulties cannot be solved at the same plane of alertness that created them." interested me right from my school days and with single–minded allegiance I focused my attention throughout my career in school and college to increase my level of awareness to understand life and the associated problems. Engineering is the process of using science, mathematics, technology and common sense in a creative way to design, build and sell all kinds of products, services and information. In my perception, success in any career depends on a few basic fundamental elements and technical expertise with a sound knowledge base. These aspects need to be supplemented by an extensive data bank and administrative skills. Of course, the ultimate success depends on the individual's will to translate the above traits into a meaningful demonstrable success consistent to such success. As an undergraduate student my exposure has been in the academic side with participation in seminars and symposiums. However, with fierce competition that exists in all technical fields and in–depth knowledge that is required to meet the challenging situations that may arise in those technical fields in the days to come, shall be met, I am sure, by the kind of exposure the Graduate Course in your esteemed university is going to provide. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Your Graduate course offers opportunity to obtain ingredients for both, a unique environment that no job can perhaps offer. The graduate university will provide me an exposure to several research areas through contacts with the faculty and other graduate students. The university environment will also give me access to lab facility, computational tools and opportunities to interact with the faculty and other experts regarding various topics of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 43. Purpose For Statement For A Career In Civil Engineering After three years of diploma and three years of bachelor degree in Civil Engineering, I feel completely satisfied with my decision to choose engineering as my career option as it has revealed most pragmatic and down–to–earth approach to tackling human problems to me. My enthusiasm coupled with scope for innovations and opportunities available in the civil engineering has motivated me to opt for higher studies and contribute to the field through meaningful research. I sincerely believe that post graduation in construction and infrastructure management will be an ideal step in this direction. My decision to major in Civil Engineering was result of my desire to contribute something beautiful to the society, direct impact of Civil Engineering on every individual's life and importance of infrastructure for development of a country. Foundation of this lay in my childhood admiration of my grand father who was a civil engineer and I used to be excited when i hear from my grand mother about his contribution to Irrigation department of punjab where he was appointed as a civil engineer. I am optimistic and hardworking and strongly believe in maintaining ethical integrity in all my endeavours. My family maintains a highly motivated ambience conducive to academic pursuit. This has ingrained the desire of competition and achievement and temperament of scientific inquiry in my character. During my under graduation in Civil Engineering at Chandigarh university, Gharuan, I gained my ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 44. Emerging Trends Of Medical Tourism CAPSTONE PROJECT ON EMERGING TRENDS IN MEDICAL TOURISM A CASE STUDY OF PUNJAB AMES GILL (Reg. No.11107022) To School of Hospitality Master of Business Administration (Tourism & Hospitality) Under the guidance of DR.VARINDER SINGH RANA Lovely Professional University Phagwara, Punjab 2011–2013 CERTIFICATE This is to certify that the project titled "Emerging Trends in Medical Tourism– A Case Study of Punjab " is the original work of Ames Gill student of MBA (T&H). This project has been undertaken under the supervision of Dr. Varinder Singh Rana Faculty, School of Hospitality. This project has been submitted in the partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Master of Business Administration in Tourism & Hospitality from Lovely Professional University. This is to certify that this project is a work ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...