Education

Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include teaching, training, storytelling, discussion and directed research.

Russia invated by Napoleon and Grand Army

On 24 June, French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, crossed the Neman River, invading Russia from present-day Poland. Eventually this resulted in disaster for the French. To intimidate Alexander, Napoleon massed his forces in Poland in the spring of 1812, but still the czar resisted. On June 24, Napoleon ordered his Grande […]

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Administrative Law

Definitions:- According to the definition of Sir Ivon Jennings” Administrative Law can be defined as a law relating to administration. It determines the organization, powers and duties of administrative authorities.” […]

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Elements of perfect Headline

The headline is the type of text indicates the nature of the article. the headline purpose is to quickly draw attention of a reader towards the story. It is written by a copy editor, but can also be written by the writer of the article, the page layout designer, or […]

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INDIA’S ECONOMIC EXPLOITATION UNDER BRITISH RULE

The very first Hindi word to be added in the English dictionary was “loot” which refers to the spoils of war pillaged from an enemy. This first addition was made when the British ruled India and filled their bags with Indian riches. Before the British established their stronghold in India, […]

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A career in law

When we talk about the law, it has been so important from the primitive time and its importance will never decrease as the world needs to run peacefully and smoothly. Law as a career is a wonderful profession that can give you a plethora of career Ventures. It is the […]

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What is an industry?

Industrial Disputes Act defines and describes the term industry. Sec.2 (j) of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 defines ‘industry’ as any business, trade, undertaking, manufacture, or calling of employers and […]

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Valley of Flowers

 Trek with joy, feel the charm of nature and let yourself lose within the cradle of India’s most breathless park depression of Flowers. a novel park in Chamoli district of […]

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Mutual Funds 1O1- Types (Part I)

The mutual funds launch various schemes from time to time in order to attract various types of investors. Each scheme has a specified investment objective like regular income, tax saving, growth etc. A mutual fund is required to be registered with Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), capital market […]

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Farm labourer’s son achieve Isro dream

Somnath Mali keen interest in education, over that struggle of his parents to pay for his education and private tutor eventually lead him to get an offer letter for the position of a senior scientist at the Indian Space Research organisation. Mali completed his primary education at a local Zilla […]

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Separation of power

The Doctrine of Separation of Powers deals directly with the three organs of the government – the legislature, the judiciary and the executive – and tries to instil exclusivity in […]

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Importance of Machine Learning

Lately, everywhere we go, internships, job offers, courses, training and pretty much everything seems to be about machine learning. Casually scrolling through the Instagram feed, we often find articles and […]

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Mutual Funds 1O1- Introduction

As per SEBI “Mutual fund is a mechanism for pooling the resources by issuing units to the investors and investing funds in securities in accordance with objectives as disclosed in the offer document”.   Mutual Fund is a collective investment vehicle established in the form of trust. Mutual Fund offers investors […]

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REASON BEHIND THE RISE IN PETROL

Petrol price was hiked by 29 paise per litre and diesel by 34 paise a litre, according to a price notification by state-owned fuel retailers. The increase propelled rates in Delhi to climb to an all-time high of Rs 92.34 a litre for petrol and Rs 82.95 per litre for […]

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Father’s Day

The bond between a father and child is like no other. A father is her daughter’s old flame and a son’s first hero. A father may be a model, a guide, the primary man in our lives that we learn to trust. Their sacrifices and contributions should be celebrated every […]

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Why is Mental Health important?

What is mental health and why is it so important? Many of us believe that physical health is more than enough to keep us going and ignore the thought of any mere mental health issues. Mental health as defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) is the foundation of well-being […]

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Eightfold path

According to Britanica Dictionary, Eightfold Path, Pali Atthangika-magga, Sanskrit Astangika-marga, in Buddhism an early formulation of the path to enlightenment. The idea of the Eightfold Path appears in what is regarded as […]

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Confucianism

Confucianism is not considered as a religion but it is an ideology, religious philosophy, a set of values, rules to live life by. It was developed in China in the […]

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The Concept of Savings

Savings may be temporary or permanent. Temporary savings are designed to achieve immediate goals for example purchasing household equipment or going for a trip during vacation. Permanent savings are set aside for future security.  The following are the reasons for savings:  1. To meet the demands at the time of […]

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What is Digital Painting?

Digital painting is that the process of painting on a tablet and creating artwork digitally on a computer. This is often done through painting software that uses brushes very similar to traditional painting. Many artists address digital painting since it’s cheaper within the long run(fewer materials) and it’s a necessity […]

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