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Thursday, 24 October 2019

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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Knowledge is Power,but knowledge does not always come with power. knowledge is the state of awareness or understanding gained from experience or study Learning specific information about something.This means a person has the resourcefulness to obtain and criticize useful and informative in order to become well informed citizens who can make intelligent decisions based upon their understanding and awareness of everyday situations.Does this make them powerful ? is a question that creeps into ones mind? Well,Power is said to be the ability to perform effectively, be possible? indeed,it cannot. This proves that knowledge is very much a necessity to gain Power.

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Sunday, 6 October 2019

computer fundamentals overview

computer fundamentals overview


computer fundamentals overview
Today’s world is an information-rich world and it has become a necessity for everyone to know about computers. A computer is an electronic data processing device, which accepts and stores data input, processes the data input, and generates the output in a required format.
The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce you to Computers and its fundamentals.

Functionalities of a Computer

If we look at it in a very broad sense, any digital computer carries out the following five
functions:

Step 1 - Takes data as input.
Step 2 - Stores the data/instructions in its memory and uses them as required.
Step 3 - Processes the data and converts it into useful information.
Step 4 - Generates the output.
Step 5 - Controls all the above four steps.


Advantagesof Computers

Following are certain advantages of computers.
High Speed
1 Computer is a very fast device.
2 It is capable of performing calculation of very large amount of data.
3 The computer has units of speed in microsecond, nanosecond, and even the picosecond.
4 It can perform millions of calculations in a few seconds as compared to man who will spend many months to perform the same task.

Accuracy

1 In addition to being very fast, computers are very accurate.
2 The calculations are 100% error free.
3 Computers perform all jobs with 100% accuracy provided that the input is correct.
Storage Capability
4 Memory is a very important characteristic of computers.
5  A computer has much more storage capacity than human beings.
? It can store large amount of data.
? It can store any type of data such as images, videos, text, audio, etc.

Diligence

6 Unlike human beings, a computer is free from monotony, tiredness, and lack of
concentration.
? It can work continuously without any error and boredom.
? It can perform repeated tasks with the same speed and accuracy.

Versatility

? A computer is a very versatile machine.
? A computer is very flexible in performing the jobs to be done.
? This machine can be used to solve the problems related to various fields.
? At one instance, it may be solving a complex scientific problem and the very next
moment it may be playing a card game.

Reliability

? A computer is a reliable machine.
? Modern electronic components have long lives.
? Computers are designed to make maintenance easy.
Automation
? Computer is an automatic machine.
? Automation is the ability to perform a given task automatically. Once the computer receives a program i.e., the program is stored in the computer memory, then the program and instruction can control the program execution without human interaction. Reduction in Paper Work and Cost
? The use of computers for data processing in an organization leads to reduction in paper work and results in speeding up the process.
? As data in electronic files can be retrieved as and when required, the problem of maintenance of large number of paper files gets reduced.
? Though the initial investment for installing a computer is high, it substantially reduces the cost of each of its transaction. Disadvantagesof Computers


Following are certain disadvantages of computers.
No I.Q.
? A computer is a machine that has no intelligence to perform any task.
? Each instruction has to be given to the computer.
? A computer cannot take any decision on its own.
Dependency
? It functions as per the user’s instruction, thus it is fully dependent on humans.
Environment
? The operating environment of the computer should be dust free and suitable. No Feeling
? Computers have no feelings or emotions.
? It cannot make judgment based on feeling, taste, experience, and knowledge unlike humans.

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Thursday, 3 October 2019

Essay on Incredible India- It’s Unity and Diversity

Essay on Incredible India- It’s Unity and Diversity


history of ahmedabad


ahmedabad is the largest city in the state of gujarat. it is located in western india on the banks of the river sabarmati.the city served as political as well as economical capital of the region since its establishment.the earliest settlement can be recorded around the 12th century under chaulukya dynasty rule.the present city was founded on 26 february 1411 and announced as the capital on 4 march 1411 by ahmed shah i of gujarat sultanate as a new capital.for next 135 years ,the city renewed greatness under the early rulers of mughal empire.the city suffered due to political instability under late mughal rulers followed by joint rule between maratha and mughal.the city further suffered following joint maratha rule.the city again progressed when politically stabilized when british east india company established the rule in the city.the city further renewed growth when it again political freedom by establishment of municipality and opening of railway under british crown.following arrival of mahatma gandhi in 1915,the city was a part of became centre stage of india independence movement.many activists like sardar patel served the municipality of the city before taking part in the movement.after independence,the city was a part of bombay state.when gujatat was carved out in 1960,it again became the capital of the state until establishment of gandhinagar in 1965.ahmedabad is also the cultural and economical centre of gujarat and the seventh largest city of india.


Essay on Incredible India- It’s Unity and Diversity

Early history 

the ahmedabad is a popular settement near bank of sabarmati river was earlier known as ashaval or ashapalli.in the tenth century ashaval was one of the chief places in gujarat as described by al-burani,it was a well people,busy trading,manufacturing and rich town arround 1150.in the eleventh century,karma of chaulukya dynasty ruling from anhiwad patan made the town his capital,adorned it with two temples,one to kochrab,the site still known,and the other to jayanti devi and named it karnavati of shrinagar and rajnagar.when  chaulukya rule  weakened in the second half of the 13th century,veghela dynasty rose to power in gujarat in 1243.they formed short but stable rule in the region which ended in 1299.
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Wednesday, 2 October 2019

Animal husbandry

Animal husbandry


Animal husbandry

The branch of agriculture that deals with the feeding,caring and breeding of domestic animals is called animal husbandry.animal based farming includes cattle,goat,sheep,poultry and fish farming.with the increasing human population in our order to meet these demands,it has become essential to improve the livestoce production.

1) cattle farming:
Cattle farming is done for two purpose: (1) for milk and (2) for drought labour for agricultural work such as tilling,irrigation and carting.indian cattles belong to two different species indicus cow and bubalis bubalis buffalo.
 cows are good for providing milk as food.the number of well recognized cow breeds in our country is thirty.they are classified in three categories:

Drought breeds: animals of these breed are strong and stout.they are used for drawing bullock carts,tilling the soil and transportation and are commonly called the beasts of burden.
Dairy breeds: cows of these breeds give more milk but their bullocks are weak which are not useful as beasts of burden.
Dual purpose breeds:cows of these breeds give fairly good amount of milk and bullocks are good for draught work.
   
buffalo and cow are excellent dairy animals.there are three varieties of indian breeds dairy cows;(1) red sindhi cow (2) shahiwal cow and (3) gir cow

BREEDS OF BUFFALOES

there are 10 breeds of buffaloes in our country.the follownig are the three important breeds that yield more milk

1) murrah: murrah is a very good milker which is the original native of haryana and punjab.the average yield of milk is 1800 to 2000 litres,during its lactation period.
2) mehsana: this buffalo is native of mehsana and vadodara districts of gujarat.it gives 1200 to 2500 litres milk during lactation period.
3) surti: this breeds is a native of kheda and vadodara districts in gujarat.the average yield of milk ranges from 1600 to 1800 litres.

the food requirement of dairy animals are of two types

1) maintenance requirement : the required food is provided to fulfil the physiological activities and for healthy life.

2) milk producing requirement: the food necessary for the production of milk is supplied to milch animal during its lactation period.the feed of cattle includes 1) roughage and 2) concentrates.the roughage consists mainly of natural green plants,fodder and pulse.cereal plants like millet,maize,pearl millet,oat etc.and protein rich plants such as lucerne,green gram,vigna etc.

fish production

fish is a valuable and important resource of food,rich in proteins.fish production included the finned true fishe like mullets,bhetki and pearl spots as well as shell fishes such as prawns and mollusks. there are two ways of obtaining fish.one is from natural resources,which is called capture fishing. fishes are aquatic and hence they can be cultured in water.the water source of the fish can be either seawater or fresh water.

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Abandaoned bags deepen mystery of migrants headed to new zealand

Abandaoned bags deepen mystery of migrants headed to new zealand



on january 11,the kerala police took custody of over 50 abandoned bags near the kodungallur temple in thrissur district.they kept it at a control out post,assuming they belonged to ayyappa devotees. but  the next day, when police stumbled upon many more bags at the munambam harbour near kochi,the mystery deepened.they now fea that the bags with clothes,id proofs and other documents belonged to 230 people, who allegedly set sail from the kerala coast to new zealand in a boat so packed that many of them had to leave their luggage behind.police sources confirmed that while the boat left from munambam harbour in the early hours of jamuary 12,the fate of the passengers on board,among them over a hundred women,children and the elderly mostly from delhi and tamilnadu remains uncertain.on saturday,the kerala police arrested prabhu,a 29 year old tamil youth who lives in Dr ambedkar nagar colony in south delhi,for his alleged conection with the kingpins of the illegal migration racket srikanth,the owner of the boat,

ravindra and shantha kumar while all three remain at large ,prabhu,who was brought to kochi,is being interrogated by a team of officers,said a top police officer investigating the case.investigators say that their preliminary probe suggests that the boat,deva matha,was packed to capacity,with people on board as well as in the hull and middle deck . however around 19 people failed to board the boat on january 12.''we are investigating some of them''.said a senior officer associated with the probe.multiple sources said prabhu.who is in police custody,was among the 19 who failed to make the trip.the officer,however said,''we couldn't ascertain his claim.we are still looking at the probability of him being part of the network of traffickers.''  a kerala police teamis camping in delhi to investigate the case. among those who allegedly joined the trip are the sons of saraswathi and sundaralingam.while the couple lives in ambedkar nagar colony in delhi,their  sons have grown up in tamilnadu sources close to the couple said that sundaralingam,who was aware of his sons making the trip,had second thoughts and rushed to kerala to persuade them to abandon the plan,but had failed to fo so.besed on the police's preliminary investigation,it turms out that all the people who were to board that boat  reached kochi after january 4.''the ones from delhi flew down to chennai  and from there,they took the rail or road route to reach kochi.'' said a senior officer asspciated with the probe.he added that all of them stayed in different places in kerala.including guruvayur, cherayi,munambam and chottanikara.however ,neither police nor coastal intelligence agencies or the local people had any clue about the plan.''the first tip-off was about the several bags that had been abandoned.


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