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kavita

Last Update: 2013-07-14
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

Stand improvement
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

ढांचा सुधार
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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Stand protection
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ढांचा सुंरक्षा
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Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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Stand characteristics
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ढांचा गुण
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Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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Stand density
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ढांचा घनत्व
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Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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Stand structure
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

ढांचा संरचना
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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bus stand essay in hindi

हिंदी में बस स्टैंड निबंध

Last Update: 2014-10-02
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous

bus stop

सामूहिक संज्ञा

Last Update: 2014-09-08
Subject: General
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i have to stand by

मैं खड़े हो जाओ करने के लिए है

Last Update: 2014-09-17
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

bus stop

adda

Last Update: 2014-01-13
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Seed stands
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

बीज ढाँचा
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Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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Seed stands
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

बीज फलोद्यान
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Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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That hard work is a key to success is a well-known adage. Parents, teachers as well as others guide a child to work hard so that he can achieve good scores. Though a little bit of luck plays a positive role but I believe that hard work is the key to success. In fact if only luck is to be considered, no one would work but just wait till their lick shines up. But this is not the case. Today we see that technology has improved to such an extent that a person can have a lunch in Paris and a dinner in New York on the same day. There lies great contribution from people like the Wright brothers and Henry Ford to invent these means of transportation, which were the result of their hard-work and great efforts. If these people had waited for the D-day probably we could still have been using fire and wood to cook instead of using electrical ovens, and the globalization would not have taken effect. A person can excel in his career due to hard work. If he sits at home, no one would offer him a job unless he initiates the job searching process. Also if you are working in a company you will be promoted only because of working hard: luck does not lie in the picture. A student stands out firstly only if he studies hard. Many students after the graduation say that probably they were not luck enough to get good marks, or the evaluators must have marked their papers strictly. But again these are merely reasons that can’t be given preference. Today a young individual has the potential to do something and crave in reaching a particular acme. Whether your luck prevails or not condition being hard work and efforts, which will pick you up whenever you are.

कड़ी मेहनत के महत्व पर निबंध

Last Update: 2014-10-01
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
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Cleanliness Of Our Nation is Our Responsibility, But Are We Responsible? YouthKiAwaaz August 30, 2010 Society 3 Comments By Geetanjali Maria: As I sat in the auto, jam packed with all kinds of people from all sides, in the half an hour journey I observed that at least 6 of the 10 people in the auto had spit outside once or more, or had chucked left-over eatables out of the window and onto the road. These happen to be the same people who later on complain how filthy and unclean India is. We ourselves are indeed responsible for the dirt and scum on the roadsides and other public properties. No historical monument in India is free from the graffiti posted by unscrupulous Indian visitors who are more interested in recording their arrival than in safekeeping and maintaining our rich heritage that has been left to us by our ancestors. There is no public wall in India to be found free if the dirty-red of pan-spit; a unique feature, found only in India. Every nook and cranny of our country houses plastic litter or half-eaten corn and groundnut leftovers. We are the same Indians who when traveling/living outside India would take utmost care not to drop even a toffee wrapper on the roadside. We are the same Indians who would blindly follow traffic rules in other countries but while in our own country would jump traffic signals and blare horns at no-noise zones (Ok, some part of this concern does come from the fear of the huge fines such acts may result in). We are the same people who can stand patiently and silently in long queues to get a bottle of whisky but grumble and fight when caught in traffic jams or have to wait in queues for getting any paper clearance done or certificate made. We are the very ones who love to keep our own house and surroundings clean but wouldn’t mind dumping our wastes into our neighbor’s compound. This is the irony of Indians. But the blame cannot be entirely put on the general public. The lack of amenities like public toilets and waste bins is also partly responsible for all these misdeeds. But it still needs to be seen how much Indians would adhere to these new systems and take a bit of extra pain and trouble to drop the waste wrapper in the dustbin. Despite such facilities provided in some places we can often find people who prefer to relieve themselves in the open than pay a rupee for the use–and–pay toilets. Most of the bins on the roadsides are full and spill over due to either lack of regular disposal by the civic authorities or due to the general trend of the public to throw waste items around the bin than in it and proudly (but falsely) proclaim that he/she is a good citizen and dumps waste only ‘in’ the bin. India is our country, our home and it is our responsibility to keep it clean and tidy. Carrying a chocolate wrapper half a kilometer with you till you can find a dustbin to dispose it off wouldn’t cost you much of energy or trouble. Just like one doesn’t spit on the walls of one’s own house, it is our moral duty not to spit on the walls of our country. Our surroundings and our way of life is the impression foreign tourists carry of India. Let each one be the other one’s guide and together help keep India clean. The writer is a Correspondent of Youth Ki Awaaz.

hindi essay about my country india

Last Update: 2014-09-29
Subject: General
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What is literacy? Literacy is crucial to the success of individuals in both their career aspirations and their quality of life. It is more than a basic reading ability, but rather an indication of “how adults use written information to function in society.” Strong literacy skills are closely linked to the probability of having a good job, decent earnings, and access to training opportunities. Individuals with weak literacy skills are more likely to be unemployed or, if employed, to be in jobs that pay little or that offer poor hours or working conditions. Traditionally, literacy has referred to the ability to read, understand, and use information. But the term has come to take on broader meaning, standing for a range of knowledge, skills and abilities relating to reading, mathematics, science and more. This reflects widespread and deep changes that have taken place in technology and in the organization of work over the past quarter century. The ability to use and apply key mathematics and science concepts is now necessary across a wide range of occupations. Why is literacy important? Literacy is fundamental for learning in school. It has an impact on an individual's ability to participate in society and to understand important public issues. And it provides the foundation upon which skills needed in the labour market are built. Technology, and the science behind it, permeates all aspects of our lives, from how we work and communicate to what we shop for and how we pay our bills. The complexity of today's world means that individuals need to have some level of proficiency in reading, mathematics and science in order to understand and participate fully in economic and social life. A population's literacy skills also have a bearing on how well a country performs economically. The world we live in today is vastly different from that of a generation ago. Technological change has transformed the way in which work is done; competition in many industries is global in nature; and the industrial structure of the Canadian labour market has rapidly evolved from a manufacturing and agricultural base to one based on services. These changes have, in turn, brought rising skill requirements. Countries that are successful in endowing their populations with strong skills are usually in a better position to meet the economic challenges of operating in a globalized information economy. Finally, having a population that has strong literacy skills also places a country in a better position to meet the complex social challenges that it faces. For example, strong literacy skills are linked to better health outcomes for individuals. A highly literate population will be better able to deal with issues of governance in a highly diverse society. And informed debate is needed to help us determine how best we can allocate scarce resources across competing priorities, such as education, health, investment in infrastructure, and social programs. Measuring student achievement: A key indicator of educational progress is the extent to which schools are successful in equipping their students with strong literacy skills. This indicator consists of two components. The first component relates to how well students perform on average, with higher average scores indicating, at a national or provincial level, stronger academic achievement overall. The second component concerns the range in scores between the top-performing students and those at the bottom of the distribution. Equity considerations suggest that a system that is able to achieve high scores through the strong performance of all students, regardless of their backgrounds, would be preferable to one where a strong average was the product of a small proportion of superachievers. There are efficiency reasons for wanting to reduce the size of the gap between the top and the bottom as well-the evidence shows that countries or provinces that have a narrower achievement gap also tend to have higher average literacy scores than those where that gap is larger. The role of socio-economic status: Many factors affect the size of the achievement gap. One important factor is socio-economic status (SES), which is typically measured based on parents’ education attainment, occupation, and/or income. Numerous studies in many countries have found that there is a strong tendency for students from families with higher SES to achieve higher scores than students from families with lower SES. However, it is also the case that countries with high average reading achievement tend to have less variability in scores across SES groups. The PISA results show that Canada had not only a smaller gap in achievement between students from different backgrounds but also high scores across SES groups. Germany, on the other hand, had the greatest gap in achievement when students with different SES backgrounds were compared. Similar results were found for mathematics and science achievement. However, as we have seen, family SES does not have a fixed effect. Some jurisdictions have made better progress in reducing the negative impact of low SES than others and individual schools vary in their success in this regard. The evidence also suggests that parents who are interested in and involved with their children’s education and who provide a home environment that stimulates learning have a positive impact on their children’s outcomes, regardless of their SES. Achieving both high average literacy scores and low inequality scores are desirable, and as we have seen, compatible goals. Part of the policy equation is understanding and assessing which policies and practices work best so that all students can benefit, regardless of where they live or how well off their parents are.

साक्षरता मराठी

Last Update: 2014-09-12
Subject: Literary Translations
Usage Frequency: 1
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Therefore, from the facts as discussed herein-above, the stand of the respondent State to refuse any increase in the monthly contractual remuneration to these petitioners and other similarly situated contractual employees within the State, does not seem to hold good in the eye of law as well as on facts, more so in view of their own resolution dated 20thth April 2013 (Annexure-9).

अनुवादों पर सही व्याकरण

Last Update: 2014-05-21
Subject: Legal and Notarial
Usage Frequency: 3
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Reference: Anonymous

Uneven aged stands
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

अनियमित ढांचा
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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Uneven aged stands
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

विषम आयु ढाँचा
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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forest stands
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

वन ढाँचा
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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mixed forest stands
http://aims.fao.org/standards/agrovoc

मिश्रित खड़े वन
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Last Update: 2013-06-12
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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