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good

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Last Update: 2014-08-12
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Good luck

हिन्दी में हमारे शरीर निबंध में महत्वपूर्ण रक्त

Last Update: 2014-08-20
Subject: General
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Children's Online Privacy Protection Act

चिल्ड्रं'स ऑनलाइन प्राइवेसी प्रोटेक्शन एक्ट

Last Update: 2013-12-01
Subject: Computer Science
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good morning

हिंदी में अच्छी आदतें निबंध

Last Update: 2014-09-20
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Good Friday

गुड फ़्राइडे

Last Update: 2014-08-27
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duties of good citizen

अच्छा नागरिक के कर्तव्यों

Last Update: 2014-09-17
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All persons must seek to ensure the safety of children in the Centre.

सभी व्यक्तियों को केन्द्र में बच्चों की सुरक्षा सुनिश्चित करने के लिए प्रयास करना चाहिए।

Last Update: 2014-09-20
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good manners essay in telugu

तेलुगू में अच्छा शिष्टाचार निबंध

Last Update: 2014-09-14
Subject: General
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good quality of a friend in hindi

हिंदी में एक दोस्त की अच्छी गुणवत्ता

Last Update: 2014-09-13
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But if a right course be taken with children there will not be so much need of common rewards and punishments. Editor Armaan Khaan

"लेकिन अगर बच्चों के साथ अच्छे ढंग से बरताव किया जाए तो उतनी इनामों और सज़ाओं की जरूरत नहीं होगी" संपादक अरमान खान

Last Update: 2014-08-16
Subject: General
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he is a good man

डॉक्टर पर निबंध

Last Update: 2014-09-18
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Every day started with a sunrise.Every sunrise give good hope .Sunris

sunrises के बारे में 5 वाक्यों

Last Update: 2014-09-13
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Good morning to 1 and all present here

गाय के बारे में वाक्य

Last Update: 2014-09-17
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Well, I was quite good in accounting throughout but in my masters, when I got distinction I decided to adopt this field as a profession.

बरसात के मौसम पर निबंध अनुवाद

Last Update: 2014-08-05
Subject: General
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GENERAL QUESTIONS FOR THE EWS PARENTS: 1. Name 2. Residence address 3. Number of members in family 4. Number of male-child and female-child at home 5. Number of male and female child going to school 6. Monthly/annual income of the family 7. Source of income 8. Caste/religion 9. Migrant /resident 10. Working at/in/as   To identify the problems faced by the parents of EWS students during process of admission . 1.How did you come to know about this EWS reservation in public schools? a. Friends/relatives/apprentices b. Newspapers/magazines/media c. Other sources 2.How did you manage to obtain the form of this EWS reservation? a. From school premises b.internet c. Other sources 3.Was the form available for free or was it charged by the school? a. Yes,it was charged b. No,it was not charged c. Don’t know 4.Who helped you to fill the form and submit it correctly? a. On own b. School helped c. Other sources 5. What were the problems faced while the arranging the essential documents for admission? 6. How were you treated by the school authority? a. Respectfully b. Discriminated manner c. Neglected 7. What kind of help was being provided or arranged for you in the school premises during the admission procedure? a. Volunteers were placed for help b. School staff members were directing and helping in fulfilling the formalities c. No help was provided 8. Did your child/children underwent any kind of entrance examination for admission in this reservation? a. Yes examination was conducted, oral or written b. Both oral and written examination was taken c. No examination 9. Had you been told or informed about how your child is being selected for admission in this category? a.Yes b.no c. don’t know 10. If the answer is yes to Q.9 then inform about the criteria adopted by school for admission to this reservation? a. Lottery system b. On the basis of point system c. Any other system undertaken (elaborate) 11. Were you supposed to submit any amount of fee during admission? a. Yes ,amount had to be submitted (amount) b. No c. don’t know or any other response 12. Were you informed about the procedures or functioning of the school or about the school? a. Yes b. no c. don’t know 13. If the answer is (a) to Q.12 then inform about the way in which you were imparted the information? a. Prospectus were given ( English/Hindi) b. Volunteers were placed c. Other forms 14. Are you satisfied with the admission procedure adopted by the school for admission in this category? a. Yes satisfied with the procedure b. No not satisfied and demand for changes c. Don’t know 15. What are the problems that you faced during the process of admission of your child/children? a. Difficulties in arranging the documents demanded/required for admission. b. Had to face problems while fulfilling the formalities correctly and aptly. c. Any other problem/ all the above To identify the problems faced by the EWS parents during the process of schooling and to examine the policies and practices adopted by the public school with respect to EWS parents : 1. Are you aware about the proceedings going on in your child’s classroom or at school? a. Yes aware b. not aware c. don’t know 2. How are you aware about the school processes or proceedings? a. Through notices ( English/Hindi) b. Your child/children convey you c. Unaware 3. Is your child/children able to cope up with other mates of class? a. Yes, he/she is able to cope up b. No she/he is not able to c. Don’t know 4. Are there any extra classes or tuition being arranged by the school for your child/children for improvement of his/her performance or for coping up with the other class students? a. Yes extra classes are arranged specially for EWS students. b. No c. don’t know 5. Is/are your child/children studying with the same non-EWS children or any other separate classes are being arranged for EWS students? a. Same class b. separate classes for EWS students c. Don’t know about this 6. What are the facilities being provided to you by the school? a. Full tuition fee concession plus stationery items are also being provided b. Uniform, stationery items and other facilities like sports, library etc c. All the above mentioned provisions except uniform 7. Are you facing problems or challenges in fulfilling some of the demands of your child/children in trying to fill the gap in status between your child and his other friends who belong to a well-off background? a. Yes problems many times b. At a few times c. Never at all 8.Do you face any problem or challenge while attending Parents-teacher’s meet or any other function at School? a. Yes often ( mention the problem) b. Never, as there are arrangements made already for you . c. Don’t know as never noticed or felt to notice. 9. How do the teachers/ authorities attend you if you meet them? a. respectfully or politely b. Discriminating manner c. Satisfied with their behavior 10. Has/have your child/children been discussing about any problem or challenges they encountered or faced at school? a. Yes, (mention the problem) b. Never discussed or Never noticed c. Never asked child/children about it. 11. Do you find your child/children attending this school fruitful? A. Yes (reason) b. No, as it’s a burden carrying out the dealings c. Don’t know about it 12. Do/does your children/child seem happy and confident to you with his peer mates? a. Yes am happy and satisfied that he is being imparted with such education and etiquettes etc b. Behavior has turned down and has become a frowned and irritated brat. c. Never noticed or unaware 12. What more facilities you feel the school should initiate so that its satisfying to you completely? a. Extra tuition in eve or support material to be initiated. b. Extra curricular activities and sports material for all round development of the child. c. all the above and other facilities too ( if any, mention ) 13. Do you feel that it’s a challenge for your child to study and cope up with subjects like English, science etc.? a. Yes, it’s a challenges for him/her. b. No, he/she is able to grasp in class itself clearly. c. don’t know 14. What basic problems/challenges are you facing to cope up with the school? a. Have to keep directing strictly to the child about the facilities etc provided by the school as they cannot afford it. b. At times, it’s a challenge to fulfill the basic demands of good food , clothes etc by the child/children. c. No problems 15. Do you look forward in making your child/children study in the school further ? a. Yes, of course( reason) b. No, as ( reason) c. Not sure or don’t know

सामान्य प्रश्नों के लिए EWS माता पिता: 1। नाम 2. निवास पता 3. परिवार में सदस्यों की संख्या 4. पुरुष-बच्चे और घर में महिला-बच्चे की संख्या 5. नर और मादा बच्चे स्कूल जा रहे की संख्या 6। परिवार की मासिक/वार्षिक आय 7. आय के स्रोत 8. जाति/धर्म 9. प्रवासी /resident 10. पर/में/के रूप में कार्य करना EWS छात्रों के माता-पिता द्वारा प्रवेश की प्रक्रिया के दौरान सामना करना पड़ा समस्याओं की पहचान करने के लिए। 1. कैसे आप पब्लिक स्कूलों में इस EWS आरक्षण के बारे में पता करने के लिए आया था? ए दोस्त/रिश्तेदार/प्रशिक्षणार्थियों b. समाचार पत्र/पत्रिकाओं/मीडिया c. अन्य स्रोतों 2. कैसे आप इस EWS आरक्षण का फार्म प्राप्त करने के लिए प्रबंधित किया था? a. स्कूल परिसर से b.internet c. अन्य स्रोतों 3. प्रपत्र उपलब्ध मुक्त करने के लिए गया था या यह स्कूल द्वारा चार्ज किया गया था? a. हाँ, यह आरोप लगाया गया था b. नहीं, यह आरोप नहीं था c. नहीं जानता 4. जो आप के फार्म को भरने और इसे सही ढंग से प्रस्तुत करने के लिए मदद की? a. पर स्वयं ख. स्कूल में मदद की c. अन्य स्रोतों 5. क्या समस्याओं का सामना करना आवश्यक दस्तावेजों के लिए प्रवेश की व्यवस्था करते हुए थे? 6. कैसे तुम स्कूल प्राधिकारी द्वारा उपचार किया गया? ए. सम्मान से b. भेदभाव के ढंग से उपेक्षित सी. 7. किस तरह की मदद किया जा रहा था प्रदान की है या आप के लिए दाखिले की प्रक्रिया के दौरान स्कूल परिसर में व्यवस्था की? a. स्वयंसेवकों की मदद के लिए रखे गए b. स्कूल स्टाफ सदस्यों निर्देशन और औपचारिकताओं को पूरा करने में मदद कर रहे थे c. कोई मदद उपलब्ध कराई थी 8. क्या अपने बच्चे/बच्चों गुजरी इस आरक्षण में प्रवेश के लिए प्रवेश परीक्षा की किसी भी तरह? a. हाँ परीक्षा आयोजित, मौखिक या लिखित था b. दोनों मौखिक और लिखित परीक्षा ले जाया गया था c. कोई परीक्षा 9. था तुम्हें बताया या कैसे आपका बच्चा इस श्रेणी में प्रवेश के लिए चयनित किया जा रहा है के बारे में सूचित किया गया? a.Yes b.no c. पता नहीं 10. यदि उत्तर हाँ करने के लिए Q.9 है तब इस आरक्षण के लिए प्रवेश के लिए स्कूल द्वारा अपनाया मापदंड के बारे में सूचित करना? a. लॉटरी सिस्टम प्वाइंट सिस्टम के आधार पर ज. c. किसी भी अन्य प्रणाली शुरू की (विस्तृत) 11. तुम शुल्क के किसी भी राशि प्रवेश के दौरान प्रस्तुत करने वाले थे? a. हाँ, प्रस्तुत किया जा करने के लिए राशि थी (राशि) b. सं c. पता नहीं या किसी भी अन्य प्रतिक्रिया 12. आप प्रक्रियाओं के बारे में सूचित किया या स्कूल या स्कूल के बारे में कार्य कर रहे थे? a. हाँ ज. सं c. पता नहीं 13. अगर जवाब है (क) Q.12 के लिए तब रास्ते में तुम थे जो imparted के बारे में जानकारी सूचित? a. सूचीपत्र (अंग्रेजी/हिन्दी) दिए गए b. स्वयंसेवकों रखे थे c. अन्य रूपों 14. क्या आप इस श्रेणी में प्रवेश के लिए स्कूल द्वारा अपनाया दाखिले की प्रक्रिया के साथ संतुष्ट हैं? a. हाँ प्रक्रिया के साथ संतुष्ट ज. कोई नहीं संतुष्ट और परिवर्तन की मांग c. नहीं जानता 15. क्या समस्याओं का है कि आप अपने बच्चे/बच्चों के प्रवेश की प्रक्रिया के दौरान सामना कर रहे हैं? a. दस्तावेज़ व्यवस्थित करने में कठिनाइयों की मांग/प्रवेश के लिए आवश्यक। b. सही ढंग से और aptly औपचारिकताओं को पूरा करते हुए समस्याओं का सामना करना पड़ा। c. किसी भी अन्य समस्या / सभी इसके बाद के संस्करण %

Last Update: 2014-09-23
Subject: General
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GENERAL QUESTIONS FOR THE EWS PARENTS: 1. Name 2. Residence address 3. Number of members in family 4. Number of male-child and female-child at home 5. Number of male and female child going to school 6. Monthly/annual income of the family 7. Source of income 8. Caste/religion 9. Migrant /resident 10. Working at/in/as   To identify the problems faced by the parents of EWS students during process of admission . 1.How did you come to know about this EWS reservation in public schools? a. Friends/relatives/apprentices b. Newspapers/magazines/media c. Other sources 2.How did you manage to obtain the form of this EWS reservation? a. From school premises b.internet c. Other sources 3.Was the form available for free or was it charged by the school? a. Yes,it was charged b. No,it was not charged c. Don’t know 4.Who helped you to fill the form and submit it correctly? a. On own b. School helped c. Other sources 5. What were the problems faced while the arranging the essential documents for admission? 6. How were you treated by the school authority? a. Respectfully b. Discriminated manner c. Neglected 7. What kind of help was being provided or arranged for you in the school premises during the admission procedure? a. Volunteers were placed for help b. School staff members were directing and helping in fulfilling the formalities c. No help was provided 8. Did your child/children underwent any kind of entrance examination for admission in this reservation? a. Yes examination was conducted, oral or written b. Both oral and written examination was taken c. No examination 9. Had you been told or informed about how your child is being selected for admission in this category? a.Yes b.no c. don’t know 10. If the answer is yes to Q.9 then inform about the criteria adopted by school for admission to this reservation? a. Lottery system b. On the basis of point system c. Any other system undertaken (elaborate) 11. Were you supposed to submit any amount of fee during admission? a. Yes ,amount had to be submitted (amount) b. No c. don’t know or any other response 12. Were you informed about the procedures or functioning of the school or about the school? a. Yes b. no c. don’t know 13. If the answer is (a) to Q.12 then inform about the way in which you were imparted the information? a. Prospectus were given ( English/Hindi) b. Volunteers were placed c. Other forms 14. Are you satisfied with the admission procedure adopted by the school for admission in this category? a. Yes satisfied with the procedure b. No not satisfied and demand for changes c. Don’t know 15. What are the problems that you faced during the process of admission of your child/children? a. Difficulties in arranging the documents demanded/required for admission. b. Had to face problems while fulfilling the formalities correctly and aptly. c. Any other problem/ all the above To identify the problems faced by the EWS parents during the process of schooling and to examine the policies and practices adopted by the public school with respect to EWS parents : 1. Are you aware about the proceedings going on in your child’s classroom or at school? a. Yes aware b. not aware c. don’t know 2. How are you aware about the school processes or proceedings? a. Through notices ( English/Hindi) b. Your child/children convey you c. Unaware 3. Is your child/children able to cope up with other mates of class? a. Yes, he/she is able to cope up b. No she/he is not able to c. Don’t know 4. Are there any extra classes or tuition being arranged by the school for your child/children for improvement of his/her performance or for coping up with the other class students? a. Yes extra classes are arranged specially for EWS students. b. No c. don’t know 5. Is/are your child/children studying with the same non-EWS children or any other separate classes are being arranged for EWS students? a. Same class b. separate classes for EWS students c. Don’t know about this 6. What are the facilities being provided to you by the school? a. Full tuition fee concession plus stationery items are also being provided b. Uniform, stationery items and other facilities like sports, library etc c. All the above mentioned provisions except uniform 7. Are you facing problems or challenges in fulfilling some of the demands of your child/children in trying to fill the gap in status between your child and his other friends who belong to a well-off background? a. Yes problems many times b. At a few times c. Never at all 8.Do you face any problem or challenge while attending Parents-teacher’s meet or any other function at School? a. Yes often ( mention the problem) b. Never, as there are arrangements made already for you . c. Don’t know as never noticed or felt to notice. 9. How do the teachers/ authorities attend you if you meet them? a. respectfully or politely b. Discriminating manner c. Satisfied with their behavior 10. Has/have your child/children been discussing about any problem or challenges they encountered or faced at school? a. Yes, (mention the problem) b. Never discussed or Never noticed c. Never asked child/children about it. 11. Do you find your child/children attending this school fruitful? A. Yes (reason) b. No, as it’s a burden carrying out the dealings c. Don’t know about it 12. Do/does your children/child seem happy and confident to you with his peer mates? a. Yes am happy and satisfied that he is being imparted with such education and etiquettes etc b. Behavior has turned down and has become a frowned and irritated brat. c. Never noticed or unaware 12. What more facilities you feel the school should initiate so that its satisfying to you completely? a. Extra tuition in eve or support material to be initiated. b. Extra curricular activities and sports material for all round development of the child. c. all the above and other facilities too ( if any, mention ) 13. Do you feel that it’s a challenge for your child to study and cope up with subjects like English, science etc.? a. Yes, it’s a challenges for him/her. b. No, he/she is able to grasp in class itself clearly. c. don’t know 14. What basic problems/challenges are you facing to cope up with the school? a. Have to keep directing strictly to the child about the facilities etc provided by the school as they cannot afford it. b. At times, it’s a challenge to fulfill the basic demands of good food , clothes etc by the child/children. c. No problems 15. Do you look forward in making your child/children study in the school further ? a. Yes, of course( reason) b. No, as ( reason) c. Not sure or don’t know

अनुवादों पर सही व्याकरण

Last Update: 2014-09-23
Subject: General
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You see things as either all good or all bad. For example, "If I don't succeed in this task, I'm a total failure."

सभी या कुछ भी नहीं के संदर्भ में सोच

Last Update: 2014-09-22
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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.

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asminum sambac is a species of jasmine native to a small region in the eastern Himalayas in Bhutan and neighboring India . It is cultivated in many places, especially across much of South and Southeast Asia . It is naturalized in many scattered locales: Mauritius, Madagascar, the Maldives , Cambodia, Java, Christmas Island, Chiapas, Central America , southern Florida , the Bahamas , Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica , Puerto Rico , and the Lesser Antilles . [3][4][5] Jasminum sambac is a small shrub or vine growing up to 0.5 to 3 m (1.6 to 9.8 ft) in height. It is widely cultivated for its attractive and sweetly fragrant flowers. The flowers are also used for perfumes and for making tea. It is known as the Arabian jasmine in English . It is the national flower of the Philippines, where it is known as sampaguita. It is also one of the three national flowers of Indonesia , where it is known as melati putih . Taxonomy and nomenclature Jasminum sambac is classified under the genus Jasminum under the tribe Jasmineae .[6] It belongs to the olive family Oleaceae.[7] Despite the English common name of "Arabian jasmine", Jasminum sambac is not originally native to Arabia . The habits of Jasminum sambac support a native habitat of humid tropical climates and not the arid climates of the Middle East. Early Chinese records of the plant points to the origin of Jasminum sambac as eastern South Asia and Southeast Asia . Jasminum sambac (and nine other species of the genus ) were spread into Arabia and Persia by man, where they were cultivated in gardens. From there, they were introduced to Europe where they were grown as ornamentals and were known under the common name "sambac" in the 18th century. [8][9]

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Success means a lot of different things to different people. To me it means a point in life where you feel it was all worth it . For me Success comes at several points in life for example when you study hard for an exam and you hate studying but you study anyway and you get a good grade you will be like it was all worth it. I don't think success is a final destination i think its the journey

सफलता अलग अलग लोगों को अलग अलग चीजों का एक बहुत मायने रखती है. मेरे लिए यह तुम यह सब इसके लायक था महसूस जहां जीवन में एक बिंदु का मतलब है. आप एक परीक्षा के लिए मेहनत से पढ़ाई और आप का अध्ययन करने से नफरत है, लेकिन आप वैसे भी अध्ययन और आप यह सब इसके लायक था जैसे तुम हो जाएगा एक अच्छा ग्रेड प्राप्त जब मेरे लिए सफलता उदाहरण के लिए जीवन में कई बिंदुओं पर आता है. मैं सफलता मैं अपनी यात्रा लगता है कि एक अंतिम गंतव्य है नहीं लगता

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