Sunday, October 20, 2019

Standard 10 SSC Board Exam Question bank : Science Subject

From 14th October 2019, the first test exam in all schools of Gujarat state has started from 9 to 12 all streams. According to their presence online filling is easily done but attendance is provided except for the commencement of the optional subject examination, but in standard 10 there are six subjects compulsory. The main subject is an optional subject from the computer or exercise. In which case the student who comes to the exam on the same day that the exam is on the subject, which is not on that day, then it is a question of whether the student is present or not present in the online presence.
In the same way the questions of presence for Mathematics and Biology subjects are raised in the standard 11 science stream ?, the same is in the standard 12 science stream? Similarly, the presence of elective subjects in the subjects of commerce and arts in the standard 11 and standard 12 general stream. The question is generated? 

What to do for a student who does not have an exam on the day? To clarify the matter so that students do not miss the attendance .The President of the Ahmedabad City Secondary and Higher Secondary School Administrative Employees' Union, Yogesh Mishra, has presented the Secretary and District Education Officer of the Board in writing and all the teachers, principals and staff of the school are feeling confused. The Department of Education has demanded clarification in this regard.On the third day of the Board Examination, examination of Std. 10 and 12 was conducted in peaceful environment in both sessions. Examination of science, technology and agricultural science was conducted in Std.10 and Science, Std. It was found that there was a copycase in Sehore.

In the morning session, there was a science and technology paper in Std.10, where 1,091 students were absent while 46,474 candidates appeared for the exam. While Std.12 had 236 absences in the general stream and 9,564 candidates appeared in the subject of philosophy, 51 were found to be absent and 6,080 were present in the science stream chemistry examination. However, during today's examination, a repeater student got caught copying during the Std.12 philosophy examination at Modern School in Sihor. There was a malpractice case filed by the site administrator.
The theme of this exhibition is being held at Veer Savarkar Primary School near Gorwa Gujarat Housing Board. Science and Technology for Sustainable Development The exhibition is in five sections. A sustainable agricultural system and second hygiene and health Third resource management The fourth industrial development as well as a total of 78 works in five departments of transport and communication in the future.

Standard 10 Maths Question bank New for Board Exam

A large number of students disappear every year on the subject of Mathematics in Std. 8 and due to failing in mathematics, the students cannot reach Std. 1. And two different books have been called for teaching mathematics

During the general meeting of the Gujarat board, several members of the board demanded that two different papers, including standard (higher level) and lower level, be given to the students in Mathematics in the Board Examination on March 3 as per CBSE pattern. But the board accepted the proposals of all the members and as per now Gujarat The Board of Education will give the student the option of two separate question papers. With the option of two question papers, the board has also planned to teach two different textbooks in Std-1. At the board meeting, one member proposed to introduce two different books, namely mathematics and algebra. According to this proposal, for mathematics students who want to go into general stream or ITI after Std.1 Students are asked from the mathematics chapters in the main examination of the board.

 In addition to this, the lesson majors should be separated from the Higher Maths textbook for the students who want to go into science stream after Std. 3. The question paper should be kept in Seed Mathematics for students of Seed Mathematics. Questions from chapters 1 through 5 are asked along with the questions. In general math curriculum, chapters 1 through 5 are used for general-math It has to be kept in chapters 1 to 2 for mathematics. If two different books are kept in one place, it will be very easy for the students.
Loyalty is the biggest question facing relationships today. The most difficult thing is to measure or know who is loyal to whom. Where does loyalty stay the same forever? Loyalty fluctuates. Loyalty is changing. Just because I love you also means that I am loyal to you. Loyalty is linked to love. When a question mark is placed on loyalty, love enters the heart. When we say that there is no other than you in my life, we also wish that there should be no other than me in your life. Loyalty should be on both sides, as love should be on both sides. There is a big difference between loyalty and authority. We sometimes find ourselves in a trance of loyalty to sovereignty. We do not want loyalty, we want subjection. Are we afraid that our person will become someone else? We cannot tolerate it even if it speaks to someone more than we do!

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Announcement of recruitment of CRC CO. ordinator 2019 | For Teachers

Announcement of recruitment of CRC CO. ordinator 2019 | For Teachers
Gujarat Preliminary Council has instructed all district project coordinators to circular and implement the circular on appointment of nominated candidates and recruitment process under URC, BRC, CRC co-ordinator under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.

Circular was taken by Gujarat Elementary Education Council regarding criteria for selection of CRC, BRC, URC Coordinator. Wherein the co-ordinator will be appointed from the deputation for the first 3 years. After the first 1 year probation the taluka, based on the educational result of the ratio of the cluster will be taken into account. Deployment can be extended after 3 years. One-third of the BRC, CRC co-ordinators will have to be replaced every year. The maternity returning coordinator will be able to apply again after one year. Appointed as the subject teacher of the upper elementary school and accepting the option, the primary teacher from level 1 to 8 other than the mathematics science subject teacher who is teaching as the subject teacher in the upper primary may apply. On the date of application for the space, 3 years experience of district panchayat, nagar paka, government elementary school teacher in the district, compulsory experience is compulsory after that experience will be considered as merit score.
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Candidates who are currently undergoing prosecution against the teacher who applied for the district, will be considered invalid. The maximum age of the teacher applying should be over 50 years. Academic qualification as a graduate of PTC or training with Std.12 pass will be considered compulsory. Primary Education Department has no information regarding the President of the District Panchayat. There has been a big controversy over the appointment of a co-ordinator. CRC Co-ordinator's post has made it displeasing among the teachers who have been appointed to the junior teachers even after their senior interviewers interviewed for the post. The selection of juniors for the position of CRC co-ordinator has been suspected to be the function of the education department. However, the district panchayat president has been kept in the dark over the appointment of the CRC co-ordinator. For years, the work of raising the level of education in elementary schools from Std. Dahavelima district panchayat level, to conducting timely training of teachers, conducting meetings in various schools, visiting special training classes by CR Primary Education Department in Patelad areas for years. The ordinators are appointed. As many as five CRC co-ordinators were to be appointed at this time, 3 senior teachers had filed. However, the controversy has arisen after the district panchayat president was informed and without his consent, the officials appointed twice CRC co-ordinators. Interviews of six senior teachers who had contended for the space were conducted. However, the post of CRC co-ordinator has caused a lot of displeasure among the senior junior and senior teachers who are choosing to work on the contract. The one-sided administration is trying to raise the level of education. But instead of taking advantage of the experience of the senior teachers, the officers have been selected by the junior and teachers working on the contract. On this, district panchayat president Raman Kakwa said that they had not been informed about the appointment of CRC co-ordinator. It has also been complained to the high officials that the officers have been appointed repeatedly without their consent.

Read more at: https://www.vyaapaarsamachar.com/current-affairs/gujarat-samachar-news/for-crc-edu-dept-has-appointed-seniors-overturning-junior-officers

Friday, October 18, 2019

Binsachivalay Exam Model Paper for Exam 200 Questions with 200 marks

Gujarat Secondary Service Selection Board recently conducted a written examination of the non-secretarial clerk, office assistant. The computer test was then conducted from January 3 to 12. There is talk of the paper being taken out of the 4th exam, and social media is showing candidates who are turning up in WhatsApp. While the Secretariat of the Secondary Service Board has shown that the paper is wrong and the candidates have been distracted.

Candidates appearing for the exam appearing on the 4th of January exam papers are being discussed. One candidate said that the 4 th paper is being rerouted on social media and the exam questions I gave were similar. It is also demanded that the system should be investigated in this regard.

One of the acts is to divert the attention of the candidates
Talking to Pd Pulsana, the secretary of the congregation, about the issue of paper bursting, he said that talking about the paper was totally false. Many false messages are circulated by people on social media. You may have done so. The act may have been intended to distract the attention of the candidates.
The server down timer was also turned off
Secretary D Palasana said that the timer was shut down if the server was down during the exam. When turned on, the lead time was calculated. There was no malpractice in the examination, the secretary said.Chief Coordinator and Additional Collector Modi, Co-ordinators Chetnis Gokani and Nay Co, to arrange for the examination to be conducted peacefully at different centers in the city. A committee of ordinator diameter was formed and the written examination was conducted peacefully from 12 to 3 pm on Sunday afternoon.
After you upload anything on social media, you're tempted to see how many likes you get? Who made the comments? What comments? Yes, such temptation must happen. This is also very natural. Many people are constantly watching, how much does the likelihood increase? Do you get upset if you got 200 likes in the previous post and 125 likes the last post? What do you think of when liking someone else's post? Does it look like you, or do you like its post? Many people look at a photo and say, it looks like a wreck, even with so much speech, they will come back! We are now getting better on social media! If the boss has a post then you must like. We sometimes even grit our teeth in order to persuade the boss that, wow where are you!

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Current Affairs of the Month in a Single PDF File : June 2019

When a six-year-old child is asked about a country capital that he has never heard of, he can answer. No, but Google Boy Kautilya responds immediately when asked. Not only that, Kautilya has the answers to many such questions. The answer to such questions is that we cannot even think.

Kautilya is a resident of Karnal district in Haryana. This child has unusual knowledge. He was fond of learning something new at a young age. But at only six years of age, he was more knowledgeable than a 26 year old man. Bought a map of the world as well as some of General Knowledge's books. Screaming. One day his father read it and then immediately asked him to answer. The sight is saved in his mind like a computer. Meaning that Kautilya is not forgotten. Ksako is even more than the pupils studying in college your son saying to his father, General Knowledge

Gradually, Kautilya's knowledge increased and she began to learn many things about current affairs, all aspects of politics, geography, science, mathematics and history. No one has completed the question but Kautilya's answer is not complete. As the news spread, some news channels took the test of Kautilya in front of many academics. He was asked a number of questions. The answers he gave promptly. Due to this achievement, he became known as a Google Boy in India. He has been named as a special Google Boy for his knowledge. Because of this he gives instant answers only by Google. Has been done.
The prevalence of Sanskrit, Gujarati, Hindi and English languages ​​has now become digital and according to social trends, writers are trying their imagination to make writing art. Experts said at the symposium organized by.


Symposium 1 was organized by the Department of English at Kutch University with the intention of bringing about language improvement and its usefulness in the future. Experts from other universities discussed current trends and English research and literature in this seminar held at the University Examiner.

This one-day workshop, chaired by VC Dr. Chandrasinh Jadeja, revealed that the digital platform is now becoming a simple medium. Without any management, one can present ideas and ideas that come through this medium. So, everyday events, such as current affairs, are also created as a source for discussions that arise due to such digital media. Because of this, a kind of literary material is becoming.

In sum, if one wishes, the ability to present the literature of current affairs or everyday events has to be developed. Meanwhile, Dr Kashmira Mehta, the head of the English department, said that the proudest moment for his department was that five simultaneous English scholars were announced to be awarded the doctorate. These are all five students. Two of whom are cousins. PhD students include Maitri Vyas, Kriti Vyas, Mansi Chauhan, Neerja Vaswada, Meha Sanghavi.

Current Affairs of the Month in a Single PDF File : July 2019

In this way, the government ordered the launch of a school health program across the state under the name of Jawahar Bal Health Raksha on 14th November 2010. Jawahar Bal Health Protection (JBAR) will be the functional name Child Health Improvement Program (CHIP). The objectives of the program are as follows: Health examination of all children studying in the school by following the Student Health Record (SHR) Exodus DPT booster vaccine for all children aged 5 to 7 years and TT booster vaccine for children aged 10 to 15 Delivery drugs twice a year to all children and iron and folic acid tablets to children with vitamin A and D and anemia. Treatment of all ailments, including malnutrition, itching, pest infection, etc. 

To send children in need of secondary and tertiary care for the proper facilities for specialist inspection, proper diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. Integration of health education, life-skills and practical lessons for disease prevention and development of health; And Integration of dietary education with health screening and health promotion for teachers and other school rights Jawahar Bal Health Protection will cover approximately 85,32,635 children studying in Government and Government-assisted 46,823 schools in the state. All children will be tested and their pre-existing diseases will be completed before the end of the current academic year, to finalize at the congregation and district levels. Detailed timetable is adhered to in real time. Pay comprises of PHC Medical Officer and Ophthalmic Officer. Each child's student health record (SHR) will be released after a detailed physical examination by the doctor. The Student Health Record is a comprehensive document that will be valid for a five-year period and will include details of all the health events in the student's life. Will be given to the student elder / student. A fixed priority will be given to all APVVP and Education Hospitals for the examination and treatment of students carrying SHR. Separate counters and registers will be established in all Government Hospitals for school children. De-warming of children and providing them with Vitamin-A and D, if any micro-diseases. If so, the diagnosis will be made through a doctor examining it.

Current Affairs of the Month in a Single PDF File : August 2019

In this way, the government ordered the launch of a school health program across the state under the name of Jawahar Bal Health Raksha on 14th November 2010. Jawahar Bal Health Protection (JBAR) will be the functional name Child Health Improvement Program (CHIP). The objectives of the program are as follows: Health examination of all children studying in the school by following the Student Health Record (SHR) Exodus DPT booster vaccine for all children aged 5 to 7 years and TT booster vaccine for children aged 10 to 15 Delivery drugs twice a year to all children and iron and folic acid tablets to children with vitamin A and D and anemia. Treatment of all ailments, including malnutrition, itching, pest infection, etc. 

To send children in need of secondary and tertiary care for the proper facilities for specialist inspection, proper diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. Integration of health education, life-skills and practical lessons for disease prevention and development of health; And Integration of dietary education with health screening and health promotion for teachers and other school rights Jawahar Bal Health Protection will cover approximately 85,32,635 children studying in Government and Government-assisted 46,823 schools in the state. All children will be tested and their pre-existing diseases will be completed before the end of the current academic year, to finalize at the congregation and district levels. Detailed timetable is adhered to in real time. Pay comprises of PHC Medical Officer and Ophthalmic Officer. Each child's student health record (SHR) will be released after a detailed physical examination by the doctor. The Student Health Record is a comprehensive document that will be valid for a five-year period and will include details of all the health events in the student's life. Will be given to the student elder / student. A fixed priority will be given to all APVVP and Education Hospitals for the examination and treatment of students carrying SHR. Separate counters and registers will be established in all Government Hospitals for school children. De-warming of children and providing them with Vitamin-A and D, if any micro-diseases. If so, the diagnosis will be made through a doctor examining it.

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