Friday, 30 August 2013

If you are Wrong Admit It’ - Dale Carnegie.

Today, I teach a new lesson, titled ‘If you are Wrong Admit It’ written by Dale Carnegie.
Here I am going to share his biographic details.


Born : in Maryville, Missouri, The United States  December 13, 1901
Died: November 01, 1955
Gender: male

Dale Breckenridge Carnegie (originally Carnagey until 1922 and possibly somewhat later) (November 24, 1888 – November 1, 1955) was an American writer and lecturer and the developer of famous courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking and interpersonal skills.
Born in poverty on a farm in Missouri, he was the author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, first published in 1936, a massive bestseller that remains popular today.
He also wrote a biography of Abraham Lincoln, titled Lincoln the Unknown, as well as several other books.


The deepest principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated.



I would like to that you share more thoughts of Dale Breckenridge Carnegie.

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

Advantages of Internet


Absent Students!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Today many of you were absent, some of you are enjoying long festival vacation. This is for you.
During my lecturers I taught the advantages of Internet.
I know u love to surfing and what not!!!!!!!!
Read it and share more here..


Advantages of Internet


Internet has made things easily accessible and our lives easy and comfortable.

1.     May it be ordering food, payment of bill; everything is @ a click away. The days of queues have gone, even movies tickets can be booked through the net.
2.     Internet Banking is slowly becoming popular. They are with us 24 hours.
3.     Online or even window shopping is also possible through Internet.
4.     Internet can be our travelling guide also. 
5. It will help you informed about latest news 
6.     Internet helps you in academics as well.


Thus, there are many advantages of Internet.

Wednesday, 21 August 2013

SEM-V PROJECT GUIDELINE


SEM-V PROJECT GUIDELINE 
[YEAR-2013-2014] 


Index

No
Topic Name
Page No

1
What is questionnaire?.........................................................................


2
Methods of collecting data…………………………………………......

2.1. Primary Data Collection………………………………………………………………………
 

2.2. Secondary Data Collectio………………………………………..


3
Checklist to prepare questionnaire (minimum 10 points should be there)…………………………………………………………….


4
Prepare questionnaire on your title. ( minimum 30 questions should be there)…………………………………………….


5
Experience …………………………………………………………………….


6.
References…………………………………………………………………….

































1.                     Specifications for preparation & printing.

a.      Use A4 size white paper (210 X 297cm).

b.     Margins as follows:
                                                              i.      Top:               1 inch
                                                           ii.      Bottom:        1 inch
                                                         iii.      Left:               1.5 inch
                                                         iv.      Right:                        1 inch


c.      Mention page number at the bottom of each page, in the centre.
Use cardinal numbers like 1,2,3,4 etc. 

d.     Main Title: Times New Roman, 18point (Font) (CAPITAL LETTER)
e.      Subtitles: Times New Roman, 14 point (Font)
f.       Main text: Times New Roman, 12 point (Font)
g.      Spacing: 1.5 line spacing is suggested.

2.                                   
                                            All the groups have to submit the hard-copy of the project to the
   concerning faculty and soft copy via email on the date of submission

Email Id : jpatelprojectsem5year2013@gmail.com 

* This email- id is only for SEM-V project submission 








Wednesday, 14 August 2013

QUESTIONNAIRE AND STUDENTS CREATIVITY

When I was teaching ‘How to draft questionnaire’ and taught few checklist that need to keep in mind. At the end of lecture I allow students to prepare questionnaire. Let’s have a look of student’s creativity. Here I am going to scan two questionnaires.

The first one is based on “Introducing new Band Tea (TAJ) in the market” and

Second is “Reading Habits among your classmate”.

Comment on it.


Monday, 12 August 2013

67th Independence Day of India Wishes: 15 August 2013

67th Independence Day of India Wishes: 15 August 2013

Yes, we all Indians are going to celebrate our Independence Day on 15th August. This was the day when India was freed from the British Rule. Everyone celebrates this day as per their wish. Is this called independence?

Children have a different perspective. They like this day because they get sweets and holiday after flag hoisting in their schools.

Families and friends meet and have dinner together or go out to have fun and enjoyment that day. Almost all movie channels entertain their viewers with old and new patriotic movies and classics.

People celebrate this auspicious and significant day in their own way.
There was a time when Indians were not aware of the problems going on in the country and the society. But today, the younger generation of India has come forward and many raise their voice against the drawbacks of the society. 

Thousands laid down their lives so that our country is breathing this day

Never forget their sacrifice…


Happy Independence Day.

I would like to know how you will celebrate this day ?

I eager to know your independent thoughts .

Thursday, 1 August 2013

Picture, fun and learning.




Now try to write what this pictures want to tell. Though you all know, " One picture is worth a thousand words"
I will await for you comments.

WORDS OF FINANCE MINISTER P. CHIDAMBARAM

Our Finance Minister P Chidambaram, came our city, Ahmadabad on Monday.

From news paper, news channel I came to know many important aspects of our economy which was shared by Finance Minister. He spoke regarding growth of our economy , import of gold, agriculture issues in Gujarat and Maharashtra etc....  Here I am going to share his words.

"Our best minds are working and trying to address the challenges. I am sure in the current year our growth will be 6 per cent against the last year's 5 per cent," he said at an event of a local daily.
The growth rate, he further said, would improve to 7 per cent in next fiscal year and 8 per cent thereafter.

Observing that no country with the exception of China was expected to grow at more than 7 per cent in the current year, Mr Chidambaram said, "Amongst the large economies, India is still the second fastest growing economy in the world."

Referring to gold imports, Mr Chidambaram said, "Imports were low in June but in July it has turned again...in July the imports have risen, therefore those measures (to contain imports) continue."
Gold imports were at 141 tonnes in April and rose to 162 tonnes in May.
“About 302 tonnes of gold was imported in two months. If we multiply it by six, then 1,800 tonnes of gold is to be imported (in the fiscal). So where is the money to import 1,800 tonnes," he asked, justifying steps taken by the government and the Reserve Bank to curb gold imports.

While the government increased customs duty on gold to 8 per cent, the Reserve Bank imposed a series of restrictions on import and financing of gold.


The Finance Minister said India imported 845 tonnes of gold in 2012-13 for which the nation had to shell out $50 billion (about Rs. 3 lakh crore) in foreign exchange

Ref: Story first published on: July 29, 2013 18:18 (IST)


Here You may listen his words!!!!!!! Learn and get Knowledge

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