Sunday, 20 November 2016

Ever Wondered Why a Raindrop Is Perfect Spherical

The answer to that lies in a simple phenomenon known as surface tension, the attractive force exerted upon the surface molecules of a liquid by the molecules beneath, which tends to draw the surface molecules into the bulk of the liquid and makes the liquid assume the shape that has the least surface area. In the case of raindrops, the smallest area that can be achieved while falling is that of a sphere. An isolated drop that isn’t distorted by external forces is pulled by its surface tension into a spherical shape. 

This difference of pressures tends to flatten the bottom part of the drop, i.e drive the water molecules from its top and center to the sides, thereby flattening the drop and increasing its horizontal diameter.

What’s more intriguing is that the resultant modified surface of curvature of the drop restores the pressure equilibrium in it. This proves that the best examples of science are found in nature. 
The above adjustments only make up for the pressure differences caused by external pressures and aerodynamic forces. However, there’s another force that comes into picture and it needs to be overcome in order to achieve complete equilibrium. Obviously, we’re talking about the gravitational force!
If the raindrop becomes too large in size, it splits in two and reacquires its original spherical shape. This condition is satisfied when the drop achieves terminal velocity (the speed at which the drop falls without any further acceleration) and when the internal pressure isn’t uniform throughout. This pressure gradient is usually small, since terminal velocity is quickly achieved.

On the more technical side, the combination of hydrostatic and aerodynamic principles should result in a flatter top and a curvier bottom.  In reality, however, it is the exact opposite.
This surprising revelation is because of another phenomenon known as viscosity (the resistance offered to the flow of any liquid). Up to this point, we assumed that the drops fall through a perfectly non-viscous fluid. However, air has some viscosity and it is enough to influence the shape of the drops. When moving around a large raindrop, air behaves in the same manner as that of an airplane wing. The layer of air surrounding the drop forms an unsteady region at the top surface. In this region, the air pressure is significantly lower than that of the base of the drop. This results in a greater curvature at the top surface than the base.
Whew, that’s a whole lot of physics, but we made it through! The common myth of teardrop-shaped raindrops has been finally debunked. Even though we know the truth, artists and illustrators will continue drawing raindrops however they want, teardrops and all!

Why Are Airplanes Usually White?

Thermal Advantage

The color white is a terrific reflector of sunlight, and reflects almost all the light that falls on it, unlike other colors, which absorb some of the light.
 

Easier inspection of cracks and dents on the fuselage

Airplanes are regularly inspected for cracks, dents, and any other form of surface damage (for obvious safety reasons). Nothing works better than white when it comes to spotting a crack on the surface, as the crack is almost always darker than white.

Painting is Expensive!

Credit: memente/Shutterstock

In pecuniary terms, painting an airplane is not like painting a fence. It requires a considerable investment, both in terms of money, manpower, and time. Painting a regular Boeing Airbus takes anywhere between two and seven days, depending on your budget. Plus, more paint on the fuselage means more overall weight (you didn’t think that massive amount of paint was weightless, did you?), which effectively translates to higher operating costs. As an airline company, you would want to avoid that as much as possible.

Colored airplanes have lower resale value
Now, if you have a colored airplane (parked in your own private hangar) and you want to sell it, you should expect to make a little less than if it was a white airplane.

White doesn’t fade

When flying at high altitudes, completely exposed to various atmospheric conditions, colored airplanes tend to fade, and thus require a lot of paint jobs to maintain their aesthetic appeal. A white-colored airplane, on the other hand, doesn’t appear significantly different, even after spending a considerable amount of time in the air.



Expensive painting cost

In pecuniary terms, painting an airplane is not like painting a fence. It requires a considerable investment, both in terms of money, manpower, and time. Painting a regular Boeing Airbus takes anywhere between two and seven days, depending on your budget. Plus, more paint on the fuselage means more overall weight (you didn’t think that massive amount of paint was weightless, did you?), which effectively translates to higher operating costs. As an airline company, you would want to avoid that as much as possible.

 



Indian 500Rs Note changed total 9 times-do you remembered any one them

Rs 500 - RN Malhotra - First Issue
Introduced for the first time in the year 1997. These notes had Gandhi on the front, on the back the famous Dandhi March was depicted.
Design: Old Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm




Rs 500 - S Venkitaramanan
Design: Old Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm


Rs 500 - C Rangarajan
Design: Old Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm


Rs 500 - C Rangarajan
New Design introduced with improvements in security features. Predominant Bule Color
Design: Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm


Rs 500 - Bimal Jalan
Design: Old Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm


Rs 500 - Bimal Jalan
Design: Old Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm



Rs 500 - Bimal Jalan
Design: Old Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm


Rs 500 - Bimal Jalan
Notes re-designed as part of major design change. The new Gandhi series introduced.
Design: New Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm


Rs 500 - Bimal Jalan
Design: New Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm

Rs 500 - Bimal Jalan
Design: New Gandhi Series
Size: 166x73 mm

Saturday, 19 November 2016

Agirculture Vacancies Jobs (2770) LATEST

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                              Agirculture Vacancies Jobs (2770) LATEST


Agriculture is a Backbone of Indian Economy, because more than 70 percent of Indian population jobs based on Agriculture and allied sectors. In this page dedicated to Agri jobs seekers of Agriculture Graduates / Diploma Holders and Agricultural Engineers. There are various Agriculture Jobs available in State / Central Organizations and Departments. Ministry of Agriculture, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) Organisation under 101 ICAR institutes and 71 agricultural universities offering lot of Govt recruitment in Agriculture fields. IndGovtJobs have been listing latest government jobs in Agriculture and Horticulture Department.
Eligibility: Degree (B.SC / B.E. / B.Tech) / Diploma / Post Graduate / Ph.D in Agriculture or Horticulture or relevant area.

Name of the Organization

Total Vacancies
Name of the Post
Last Date

IBPS
2580
Agricultural Field Officer (Scale I) in various Banks
02/12/2016

Anand Agricultural University
66
Faculty Posts
17/12/2016

Gujarat Panchayat Service Selection Board (GPSSB)
59
Extension Officer (Agriculture)
30/11/2016

National Agriculture Cooperative Marketing Federation of India Limited (NAFED)
25
Senior Field Representative (SFR)
12/12/2016

JKSSB (Jammu and Kashmir)
10
Food Safety Officer
21/11/2016

APPSC (Andhra Pradesh)
10
Junior Assistant
10/12/2016

UPSSSC
08
Lab Assistant
24/11/2016

Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
05
Research Associate
22/11/2016

Maharashtra Council of Agricultural Education and Research (MCAER)
04
Dean (Agriculture)
26/12/2016

Institute of Pesticide Formulation Technology (IPFT)
02
Scientist (Bioscience)
28/11/2016

National Fertilizers Limited (NFL)
Various
Full Time Consultant
24/11/2016

Tamil Nadu Agricultural University
01
Senior Research Fellow
24/11/2016




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SUCCESS STORY OF Mark Zuckerberg , Founder of Facebook





Mark Zuckerberg, born May 14, 1984, was a Harvard undergraduate when he started the Facebook social networking website. An early fan of computers who had developed a "smart" mp3 player in high school, Zuckerberg had previously been reprimanded by the Harvard administration for his Facemash site, a Harvard-specific photo rating site that operated like HotOrNot.com but used photographs taken from Harvard's online facebook, without the subjects' permission. (A facebook, lower-case, is a collection of student photographs designed to introduce students to each other.)

In February of 2004, he started "The Facebook," which took the goals of those lower-case traditional facebooks and combined them with the social networking of Myspace-like sites. Unlike Facemash, The Facebook was opt-in -- any Harvard student could create an account, and by the end of the month, more than half of the undergraduates had done so. Zuckerberg expanded the service quickly, offering it to all Ivy League schools by the end of the spring and more schools the following semester. The Wirehog site was created as a companion filesharing site for Facebook users, and by the end of 2004, The Facebook had over one million registered users.



The advertising revenue made it easier to raise venture capital, and Zuckerberg and his associates purchased the facebook.com domain from its previous holder and dropped the "The" from the site's name. Over time, Facebook became more and more inclusive, opening its doors to all college students, faculty members, and alumni (anyone with a confirmed educational-domain email address), and in 2006 added networks for high school students. Since fall of 2006, the site has been open to anyone who wishes to join -- a shift away from the student-centric origins which many users have decried.

Meanwhile, a Craigslist-like Facebook Marketplace has been added to the site, along with a platform

Zuckerberg moved to Palo Alto to operate Facebook full time, taking a leave of absence from Harvard; the Facebook offices now occupy four downtown buildings.
for offering applications. Microsoft purchased a 1.6% stake in the company for $240 million in October of 2007, and the following month the Facebook Beacon service premiered -- a controversial initiative that blends marketing and social networking, which has come under considerable criticism for the way that it can broadcast information about a user's activity outside of the Facebook site, without adequately warning them.

"a young man who successfully connects everyone in the world .. really great discoveries in this era.."

Friday, 18 November 2016

Success story of BILL GATES

Bill Gates – A Success Story

Bill Gates was born on October 28, 1955 in Seattle in a family having rich business, political and community service background. His great-grandfather was a state legislator and a mayor, his grandfather was vice president of national bank and his father was a lawyer.

Bill believed in achieving his goals through hard work. He also believes that if you are intelligent and know how to use your intelligence, you can reach your goals and targets. From his early days Bill was ambitious, competitive and intelligent. These qualities helped him to attain great position in the profession he chose also Bill was deemed by his peers and his teachers as the smartest kid on campus; Bill’s parents came to know their son’s intelligence and decided to enroll him in a private school, known for its intense academic environment. That was the most important decision in Bill Gate’s life where he was first introduced to computers. Bill Gates and his friends were very much interested in computer and formed “Programmers Group” in late 1968. Being in this group, they found a new way to apply their computer skill in university of Washington. In the next year, they got their first opportunity in Information Sciences Inc. in which they were selected as programmers. ISI (Information Sciences Inc.) agreed to give them royalties, whenever it made money from any of the group’s program. As a result of the business deal signed with Information Sciences Inc., the group also became a legal business.

         

           Within a year, Bill Gates dropped out from Harvard. Then he formed Microsoft. Microsoft’s vision is “A computer on every desk and Microsoft software on every computer”. Bill is a visionary person and works very hard to achieve his vision. His belief in high intelligence and hard work has put him where he is today. He does not believe in mere luck or God’s grace, but just hard work and competitiveness. Bill’s Microsoft is good competition for other software companies and he will continue to stomp out (challenge) the competition until he dies. He likes to play the game of Risk and the game of world domination. His beliefs are so powerful, which have helped him increase his wealth and his monopoly in the industry.

           Bill Gates is not a greedy person. In fact, he is quite giving person when it comes to computers, internet and any kind of funding. Some years back, he visited Chicago’s Einstein Elementary School and announced grants benefiting Chicago’s schools and museums where he donated a total of $110,000, a bunch of computers, and provided internet connectivity to number of schools. Secondly, Bill Gates donated 38 million dollars for the building of a computer institute at Stanford University.
 Bill Gates and his close friend Allen formed a new company of their own, Traf-O-Data. They developed a small computer to measure traffic flow. From this project they earned around $20,000. The era of Traf-O-Data came to an end when Gates left the college. Upon graduating from Lakeside Bill enrolled in Harvard University in 1973, one of the best universities in the country, He didn’t know what to do, so he enrolled his name for pre-law. He took the standard freshman courses with the exception of signing up for one of Harvard’s toughest mathematics courses. He did well over there, but he couldn’t find it interesting too. He spent many long nights in front of the school’s computer and the next day asleep in class. After leaving school, he almost lost himself from the world of computers. Gates and his friend Paul Allen remained in close contact even though they were away from school. They would often discuss new ideas for future projects and the possibility of starting a business one fine day. At the end of Bill’s first year, Allen came close to him so that they could follow some of their ideas. That summer they got job in Honeywell. Allen kept on pushing Bill for opening a new software company. 

Worth reading Tips for growing business

  • Pay off your highest-interest bill first and then focus payments on the next highest-interest bill until you are completely out of debt. This plan will cost you the least in interest. An alternative method is to pay off the smallest loans first. This allows you to see progress being made by quickly eliminating some of your bills.
  • Look for every opportunity to make money. Sell items you don't use anymore, no matter how small.
  • Keep your credit record clean. Having a low credit score will make it hard to qualify for loans or a line of credit.
  • If you find yourself wanting something expensive in the quest for immediate gratification, divert yourself with a small indulgence rather than giving in to the large one. Walk away from the designer suit or purse, but buy an ice cream cone or catch a movie instead. The $8 movie ticket is a lot less expensive than the $800 purse but may give you the same feeling of doing something "just for you."
  • Borrowing money is acceptable when it's going to be used for acquiring income-producing assets.
  • Try to cook at home and do the daily chores yourself. Avoiding professional services such as laundry and domestic help can save you lots of money.
  • Do clothes shopping in the fall or spring when there are often more good sales.
  • Buy only what you need, not what you want. Stop buying on impulse, and stop playing catch up with the Joneses. Buy things you really need, not what you merely want. Be wise with your money––if you don't need it, don't buy it. Make careful choices.
  • Write down all of the things you buy and all the prices, and see where your money is going. Often when people do this, they are amazed to learn exactly how they spend their money.
  • If you frequent bars and clubs, skip the trip once in a while. Go one week, skip the next two.
  • There is no such thing as free money unless you inherit it, and even then, you must handle it wisely or you will lose that as well. The other exception is the employer match for your IRA or 401K, as mentioned above.
  • Having more than one income in the family will help secure your financial status better than having just one.
  • Every night before you go to bed, empty all of your spare change (coins in particular) into a jar. After a year or so, you may have at least $150 saved up in coins. Periodically deposit this money into savings.
  • If you're a business owner, keep your personal expenses as low as possible and re-invest in your company until you are financially independent. In the meantime, contribute to an emergency fund amounting to about six month's worth of living expenses. Put this sum in a savings account, a money-market account or a very-short-term CD.
  • If money is burning a hole in your pocket for something specific (a new car, when your current model works fine), force yourself to wait a month before buying. Ask a family member or very trusted friend to hold your money for you if it's that much of a temptation. Spend time considering the real cost of what you want to buy, the pros and cons, how much it will set you back in your aspirations versus the immediate satisfaction, and how that money might be put to better use.
  • Surround yourself with self-made millionaires. Get all the information you can about how rich people started making big money and what they are doing to maintain their wealth.
  • Sometimes you have to spend money to make money.
  • If you want to get rich very fast, you will most certainly have to take risks. A much better approach is to accumulate wealth in a slower, safer manner.
  • Resist the temptation to buy expensive merchandise. Cheaper items can be high quality, and keeping tight control on your wallet will always pay off in the long run.
  • When your about to buy something (for example clothes), think "where can I wear this?". If you can't think of at least 5 situations don't buy it. This will stop you from wasting money on unnecessary items.
  • Research sufficiently on any business ideas you are attracted to before starting.
  • Ask yourself always, "is this a need or want?". If your answer is "need", then buy it, but if your answer is want, don't buy it.
  • If you haven't gone to college yet and you want to save money, then put all your money in a jar and put it on your desk or somewhere you will only find it when you are leaving for college.

How to save money-Tip for growing bussiness

Pay yourself first. This means before you go and blow your paycheck on a new pair of shoes or a golf club you don't need, put money aside in an account that you don't touch. Do this every time you get paid and watch your account grow.

Make a budget (and stick to it). Create a monthly budget that covers all of your basic expenses and leaves a little bit of "fun" money aside. Sticking by your budget and saving at least some money each month is a good way to lay the groundwork for your efforts to get rich. 
 
Downgrade your car and house. Could you make do with an apartment instead of a house, or have roommates instead of your own place? Could you buy a used car instead of a new one and use it more sparingly? These are all ways to save a ton of money every month. 
 
Cut expenses. Look at the ways you frivolously spend money and rethink everything. For example, avoid going to Starbucks every morning. That $4 you spend on designer coffee every morning comes out to $28 per week, or $1,460 over the course of a year!  

Track down your expenses. To soar your efficiency on cutting your expenses, it is vital to keep track of them. Pick one of the numerous expense tracking applications there are around, like Money Lover or Mint, and record every single penny that goes in and out of your wallet. After 3 months or so, you should be able to know where most of your money go and what can you do for that.
 
Spend your tax refund wisely. In 2007, the average American tax refund was $2,733. That's a lot of money! Can you use that money to pay off debts or create an emergency fund instead of blowing it on something that will lose half its value the second you buy it? If you invest nearly $3,000 wisely, it could be worth ten times that much in as many years.
 
 
Break up with your credit card. Did you know that people who use credit cards for purchases end up spending more money than people who use cash?That's because parting with cash is painful. Using a credit card doesn't carry that much of a sting. If you can, divorce your credit card and see how it feels to pay with cash. You'll probably end up saving a boatload of money.
  • If you do maintain a credit card, do things to reduce expenses. Try to pay off the full balance each month and on time. That results in interest-free credit. At the very least, make the monthly minimum payment before the due date to avoid a late fee.

How to get rich in your carrer line

Excel academically. Whether it's a four-year college or vocational training, some successful people pursue further education beyond high school. In the early stages of a career, your employers have little by which to judge you besides your educational background. Higher grades usually lead to higher salaries.

Choose the right profession. Look at salary surveys which indicate average annual incomes for specific professions. Your odds of getting rich are diminished if you pursue a career in teaching as opposed to a career in finance. Here are some of the highest paying jobs in America:
  • Doctors and surgeons. Anesthesiologists make a whopping $200,000+ per year. 
  • Petroleum engineers. Engineers who work with gas and oil companies can make a very good living. In most cases they make upwards of $135,000 per year. 
  • Attorneys. Lawyers top out at just above $130,000 per year, making this a lucrative field if you can put in the time.
  • IT managers and software engineers. If you're good at programming and a whiz at computers, consider this very well-compensated field. IT managers regularly make $125,000 per year. 
 
 
Choose the right location. Go where the good jobs are. If you want to pursue finance, for example, there are far greater opportunities in big cities than in rural, low-populated areas. If you want to build a startup, you'll probably want to consider going to Silicon Valley. If you want to make it big in the entertainment industry, go to LA or New York City.  

Get an entry-level job and work your way up. Play the numbers game. Apply to many places and subject yourself to lots of interviews. When you get your job, stick with it and get the experience you need to advance. 
 
Change jobs and employer. Once you've gotten some experience under your belt, consider finding a new job. By changing your environment, you can increase your pay and experience different corporate cultures. Don't be afraid to do this several times. If you're a valued employee, it's also likely your current company may offer you a raise or other benefits if they know you're looking at leaving.
 

How to invest money smartly

Put money in the stock market. Invest money in stocks, bonds, or other vehicles of investment that will give you an annual return on investment (ROI) great enough to sustain you in your retirement. For instance, if you have one million dollars invested and you get a reliable 7% ROI, that's $70,000 per year, less inflation.
  • Don't get enticed by day traders who tell you it's easy to make a quick buck. Buying and selling dozens of stocks every day is essentially gambling. If you make some bad trades — which is unbelievably easy to do — you can lose a lot of money. It's not a good way to get rich.
  • Instead, learn to invest for the long run. Choose good stocks with solid fundamentals and excellent leadership in industries that are primed for future growth. Then let your stock sit. Don't do anything with it. Let it weather the ups and downs. If you invest wisely, you should do very well over time.

Save money for retirement. Keep saving. It seems that fewer people are saving adequately for retirement. Some feel they may never be able to retire. Take advantage of tax-deferred retirement plans such as IRAs and 401Ks. The tax treatment they embody will help you save faster for retirement.
  • Don't put all your trust in Social Security. While it's a good bet that Social Security will continue to work for the next 20 or so years, some data suggest that if Congress doesn't radically alter the system — either by raising taxes or reducing benefits — Social Security won't be available in its current form. It is probable, however, that Congress will act to "fix" Social Security. In any event, Social Security was never designed to be the only resource for retirees in their later years. That makes it all the more important that you save and invest for the future. 
  • Invest in a Roth IRA. A Roth IRA is a retirement account to which working individuals can contribute an annual sum of $5,500. That money is then invested and gathers compound intrest. If you wait until retirement age to take money out of your Roth IRA, the money that you withdraw isn't taxed, because it was taxed at the time you first earned it.
  • Contribute to a 401(k) account. This is an account set up by your employer where pre-taxed contributions can be invested. Your employer may choose to match all or part of your contributions. This is probably the closest thing you'll get to "free money" in your life! Contribute at least enough to take full advantage of the match.

Invest in real estate. Relatively stable assets like rental properties, or potential development land in a steadily growing area is a good way to build wealth. As with any investment, there are no guarantees. Many people, however, have done quite well with real estate. Such investments are likely to appreciate in value over time. For example, some people think that an apartment in Manhattan is almost guaranteed to increase in value over any five-year period.
                                                    
Invest your time. For example, you might like having free time, so you give yourself a few hours a day to do nothing. But if you were to invest those few hours into getting rich, you could work towards having 20 years of free time (24 hours a day!) with early retirement. What can you give up now in exchange for being rich later? Investment advisor Dave Ramsey likes to tell his radio audience, "Live like no one else today so that you can live like no one else tomorrow."

Avoid purchases that are likely to depreciate rapidly. Spending $50,000 on a car is sometimes considered a waste because it's likely that it won't be worth half that much in five years, regardless of how much work you put into it. As soon as you drive a new car off the lot, it depreciates about 20%-25% in value and continues to do so each year you own it.That makes buying a car a very important financial decision. 

Don't spend money on stupid stuff. It's hard enough making a living. But it's hard and painful when the things you spend your hard-earned cash on are financial black holes. Reevaluate the things you spend money on. Try to figure out whether they are truly "worth it." Here are some things you probably don't want to spend that much money on if you plan on becoming rich:
  • Casinos and lottery tickets. The lucky few make money. The rest of us lose it.
  • Vices such as cigarettes. Heavy smokers can only watch their money go up in smoke.
  • Huge markups like candy at the movie theatre or drinks at a club.
  • Tanning booths and plastic surgery. You can get skin cancer for free outside if you'd like. And do nose jobs and botox injections ever look as good as promised? Learn how to age gracefully! You're not the only one getting older.
  • First-class plane tickets. What are you getting for that extra $1,000? A hot towel and another 4 inches (10.2 cm) of leg room? Invest that money instead of throwing it away, and learn to sit with the rest of us!
Stay rich. It's hard to get rich, but it's even harder to stay rich. Your wealth is always going to be affected by the market, and the market has its ups and downs. If you get too comfortable when times are good, you'll quickly drop back to square one when the market hits a slump. If you get a promotion or a raise, or if your ROI goes up a percentage point, don't spend the extra. Save it for when business is slow and your ROI goes down two percentage points. 
 
 

Money Making Tips in Hindi (Paise Kamane ke Tarike)

1) लाभ का निवेश करें

बूंद बूंद से ही सागर बनता है इसलिए अगर छोटी-छोटी रकम की बचत की जाए तो एक समय यह एक बड़ी सम्पति के रूप में तब्दील हो जायेगी। बहुत से लोग लाभ का निवेश करने के बजाय उसे अपनी जरूरत में लगा देते है जबकि वारेन बफे का मन्त्र ये है कि अगर लाभ का 50 प्रतिशत हिस्सा फिर से निवेश किया जाए तो इससे आपके व्यवसाय मे काफी बढ़ोतरी होगी। अगर आपने मुनाफ़े की आदत डाल दी तो चक्रवृद्धी ब्याज का जादू आपको अमीर बनाता जाएगा।

2) लीक से हटकर चलें 

शेयर मार्केट या अपने व्यवसाय में अगर आप लीक से हटकर चलेंगे तो आपको बहुत फायदा होगा क्योंकि उससे आपकी एक अलग पहचान विकसित होगी। लीक से हटकर चलने के लिए आपको अपनी मौलिक सोच को विकसित करना होगा। इसके लिए आप झुंड का हिस्सा ना बने।

3) दुविधा से बचें 

जो लोग दुविधा की स्तिथि में फंसे रहते है वो आसानी से सुनहरे अवसर को भी गँवा बैठते है। निवेश का फैसला तेजी से लें और इसके लिए उपलब्ध सूचनाओं की पड़ताल करें। निवेश के लिए शुरुवात में आपको जल्दी फैसले लेने में दिक्कत होगी लेकिन जल्द ही आप शीघ्र फैसले लेने के फायदे को समझ जायंगे।

4) निर्णय लेने से पहले सौदे को समझ लें

कोई भी निर्णय लेने से पहले सौदे को अच्छी तरह से समझ लेना चाहिए। सौदे से आपको किस तरह का फायदा हो सकता है इस बात पर अच्छी तरह से विचार कर लें। किसी भी कागज पर हस्ताक्षर करने से पहले उसे अच्छी तरह पढ़ लें। निर्णय करने की जल्दबाजी में लोग कुछ महत्वपूर्ण चीजो को फिर से चेक करना भूल जाते हैं। इसमें निवेश के कार्य में आपको जल्दबाजी के साथ विवेक का भी उपयोग् करना होगा जो आपको अनुभव के साथ आता जाएगा।

5) छोटे खर्चो पर नियन्त्रण रखें 

अगर आपको ऐसा लगता है कि आप बड़े खर्चों को नियन्त्रण में लाकर निवेश में सफल हो सकते हैं तो आपकी ये अवधारणा गलत है क्योंकि बहुत बार छोटे-छोटे खर्चे आपके लिए अधिक नुकसानदायक साबित हो सकते हैं। कोई भी खर्च करने से पहले विचार करें कि क्या ऐसा करना उचित रहेगा या नही। जिस तरह बूंद-बूंद से सागर भर सकता है उसी तरह बूंद-बूंद निकलने से सागर खाली भी हो सकता है! छोटे-छोटे खर्च मिलकर इतने बड़े हो जाते हैं कि वे आपके अमीर बनने के सपनो को कभी पूरा नहीं होने देते।




Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Sandeep Maheshwari Biography In Hindi

                                           Sandeep Maheshwari Biography In Hindi

संदीप का परिवार अल्युमिनियम का बिज़नेस (Aluminum Business) करता था जो की अचानक ठप हो गया और परिवार की सारी आर्थिक जिम्मेदारियाँ संदीप पर आ गई जो की बस 19 वर्ष के थे तब । उस समय संदीप दिल्ली विश्वविद्यालय के किरोड़ीमल कॉलेज (Kirorimal College) में B.Com कर रहे थे । संदीप ने एक आदर्श भारतीय पुत्र की तरह अपने परिवार को आर्थिक संकटों से निकालने की पूरी कोशिश की । उन्होंने एक मल्टी लेवल मार्केटिंग कंपनी (Multi-level Marketing Company) में काम किया और घरेलू चीज़ों की उत्पादन (Manufacturing) में भी हाथ आज़माया और किसी तरह अपने परिवार को संभालने की कोशिश की । इन्ही दिनों में संदीप को समझ आया की पढ़ाई लिखाई से भी ज्यादा ज़रुरी जीवन के असली महत्व को जानना है । उन्होंने तुरंत कॉलेज से ड्रॉप आउट (Dropout) किया और अपनी असली रूचि और जोश को हासिल करने में जुट गए ।
संदीप की रूचि मॉडलिंग (Modeling) और फ़ोटोग्राफ़ी (Photography) में थी । 19 साल की उम्र में उन्होंने अपने मॉडलिंग करियर की शुरुआत की । मॉडलिंग की दुनिया में मॉडल्स का शोषण देखकर उनपर काफी गहरा प्रभाव हुआ और उन्होंने जूझ रहे मॉडल्स की मदद करने की ठान ली । इसलिये उन्होंने मैश ऑडियो विजुअल्स (Mash Audio Visuals) नाम की कंपनी खोली जो मॉडल्स के पोर्टफोलियो बनाती थी । इस कंपनी से उन्हें नाकामी ही मिली । लेकिन संदीप ने हार नहीं मानी और 2002 में अपने तीन दोस्तों के साथ मिलकर एक और कंपनी शुरू की मगर वो भी नाकाम रही और मात्र 6 महीनों में बंद हो गई । अपनी नाकामियों के अनुभव (Failure Experience) से संदीप ने समाज की मदद के लिये एक किताब लिखी मगर वो भी सफल नहीं हो पाई ।
इतनी नाकामियों (Failure) के बाद तो कोई भी घुटने टेक दे मगर संदीप का हौसला बुलंद रहा । उन्होंने हार नहीं मानी और लगन से मेहनत करते गए । 2003 में उन्होंने मात्र 10 घंटे और 45 मिनट में 122 मॉडल्स के 10 हज़ार शॉट्स (Picture Click) लिये और एक विश्व रिकॉर्ड (World Record) बना डाला । इससे उन्हें काफी लोकप्रियता मिली मगर उनका ध्यान नहीं भटका और वे आगे बढ़ते गए । इन्ही दिनों उन्हें अपनी वेबसाइट बनाने का विचार आया जिसपर Indian Models और Photographers के चित्र हों । वर्ष 2006 में उन्होंने अपनी वेबसाइट ImagesBazaar Launch की । शुरुआत में बस कुछ ही चित्र थे और थोड़े ही फोटोग्राफर थे, मगर आज इस वेबसाइट पर विश्व के सबसे ज्यादा भारतीय चित्र हैं और हर साल ये कंपनी करोड़ों कमाती है । संदीप को पैसों का मोह नहीं है, उनका कहना है – “पैसे की इम्पोर्टेंस (Importance) उतनी है, जितनी एक गाड़ी में पेट्रोल की होती है, न उससे ज्यादा, न उससे कम ।”

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Saturday, 12 November 2016

Technical Specification Of World Fastest Car


#1. Koenigsegg One:1

0–60 mph time: 2.5 seconds

Max speed: 280 mph

Power: 1,361 hp

Price: $4.2 million


Here is the world fastest car ever with the ultimate speed of 280 mph.
The Agera is powered by an in-house developed 5.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine which produces 701 kW (940 hp) at 6900 rpm and 1,100 N·m (810 lb·ft) of torque at 4000 rpm. Total weight of the engine is only 197 kg (434 lb) thanks to a carbon fiber intake manifold and the aluminium construction.The transmission is a 7-speed dual clutch with paddle shifters. It is the first dual clutch transmission to feature only one input shaft. The second clutch slows down the input shaft during up shifts in order to reduce the time it takes to synchronize the next gear, resulting in faster shift times. Most notably, the transmission weighs only 81 kg (179 lb).

Dynamins
0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 3.00 seconds
0–200 km/h (0–124 mph) in 8.0 seconds
0–200–0 km/h (0–124–0 mph) in 13.5 seconds
0–300 km/h (0–186 mph) in 14.53 seconds

Friday, 11 November 2016

Educators Union Council Verification Certificate


Join the SWINGER club: Scientists play wingman for endangered animals

The Running River rainbowfish – no longer #ForeverAloneFor lonely singles looking for love (or just plain sexy times), there are sites and apps such as eHarmony and Tinder. But what options do endangered animals looking for a prospective mate have? Well, thanks to a DNA matchmaking algorithm developed by scientists at Australia's Flinders University, solitary nights and inbreeding are no longer their only options.
Due to the polygamous nature of animals in the wild, it can be difficult keeping track of family relationships and maintaining genetic diversity. The latter is especially important as its evolutionary development is that which makes a species what it is. "It allows individuals of that species to survive, reproduce, and adapt to environmental changes," explains Prof. Luciano Beheregaray at Flinders.
For animals kept in zoos, this is not a huge problem since it is easy to observe and keep track of family relationships and parentage. However, maintaining genetic diversity is far trickier to achieve in the wild as most animals have multiple partners, often at the same time. Furthermore, dwindling populations often lead to inbreeding. So how can conservationists looking to practice captive breeding tell whether two animals from the same species are related? This is where DNA – and the SWINGER matchmaking algorithm – come in.
A tongue-in-cheek nod to the partner-swapping behavior of certain members of the human species as well as the polygamous nature of most wild animals, SWINGER is a matchmaking algorithm that uses DNA to work out otherwise unobservable family relationships, explains lead program developer Dr Jonathan Sandoval-Castillo. "[It] then takes this information and uses it to design breeding groups consisting of the least related individuals."
It is also recommended for use in cases where animals have been newly brought into captivity to start a breeding program. This is because without referring to their DNA, it is often hard to tell what their relationship is to each other.
Since developing the program, the researchers, working with Dr. Peter Unmack from the University of Canberra, have had their first success story with Running River rainbowfish, a rare lineage that is genetically and morphologically distinct from the other rainbowfish. Endemic to the North Queensland river that it is named for, it was until recently in danger of being wiped out by the invasive eastern rainbowfish species Melanotaenia splendida.
"The breeding groups have been highly successful, producing thousands of fingerlings that we have begun releasing to the wild. It is still a work in progress, but it is looking positive," says Unmack. "We and native fish aquarists continue to keep populations in captivity, just in case. But to truly preserve nature, we need to restore the fish in the wild."
Conservationists and biologists who would like to learn more about SWINGER can download it free of charge from www.molecularecology.flinders.edu.au.
A paper on the results of the algorithm was published in Molecular Ecology Resources.

Professor (BS-21), Associate Professor (BS-20), Assistant Professor (BS-19), lecturer jobs At University of Sargodha


Professor (BS-21), Associate Professor (BS-20),  Assistant Professor (BS-19), lecturer jobs At University of Sargodha                                                                                                                                                                                                          GENERAL INFORMATION  

 ·    Only short listed candidates will be called for Test / Interview.

·    The Prescribed application forms can be downloaded from University of Sargodha website i.e. www.uos.edu.pk.
·    Candidates for the posts of Professor & Associate Professor are required to submit three copies of applications along with complete C.V, attested copies of testimonials and research work/publications.
·    Candidates for other posts are required to submit one copy of application along with complete C.V, attested copies of testimonials.
·    Candidates applying for more than one post shall submit separate applications with necessary documents, complete in all respects.
·    The applicants who have already applied for various positions, shall submit fresh applications.
·    Application must be accompanied with pay order/demand draft (non-refundable) of Rs.1000/- for the posts of Professor & Associate Professor and Rs. 500/- in case of others drawn in favour of the Treasurer, University of Sargodha.
·    Two most recent passport size photographs should be affixed on each application.
·    Candidates already in service of a Government/Semi-Government Department or an Autonomous Body must apply through proper channel by the due date; otherwise their applications shall not be entertained.
·    Applications received after the last date shall not be entertained; even though posted before the last date.
·    Incomplete applications shall also not be entertained.
·    Last date: For Professor & Associate Professor is 19.12.2016 & for others is 25.11.2016.
·     The University reserves the right not to consider any application or fill any post without giving any reason.
   
REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF SARGODHA, Ph # 048-9230802
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Sunday, 6 November 2016

PTCL SUMMIT PROGRAMME


For Online Registration :  
 Last Date for Application Submission :  
Sunday, 6th November 2016
 Test Date :  
Will Be Announced Soon
 
 
   Requirement:
 
   Qualification:
       > Masters/Bachelors of Engineering (Electrical, Electronics, Telecom, Software engineering)
       > Masters/Bachelors of Business Administration
 
   Age:
      Maximum Age limit is 28 years
 
   Location:
      All over Pakistan
 
   Note:
      Study completion year should be 2015-16. Candidates who completed their education before 2015 are not eligible to apply.
      Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
 

District Recruitment Committee Rawalpindi Educators Jobs , Government of Punjab

Saturday, 5 November 2016

Educators Merit Calculator 2016-17

Merit Calculator for Educators Recruitment 2016-17 Punjab School Education Department

Chief Minister Government of Punjab has decided to improve quality education in schools of Punjab. In this regard, department has provided a large number of seats of educators like ESE (Science-Math) in all schools at district level. Merit for these educators is based on village and union council level.

Merit Calculation:

Merit for all categories of educators (ESE, SESE, SSE) will be as under,

Total Marks for merit      Matric Level = 13 Marks

Total Marks for merit      Inter Level = 15 Marks

Total Marks for merit      BA/B.Sc Level = 15 Marks

Total Marks for merit      MA/ M.Sc Level = 15 Marks

Total Marks for merit      B.Ed or M.Ed Level = 05 Marks

Village 04 + Union Council 08 = 12 Marks

NTS Marks for Merit = 20 Marks

Marks of Interview  = 05 Marks

Total Marks for Merit of all categories of Educators (ESE, SESE, SSE) = 100 Marks

Download Merit Calculator in form of Excel Sheet CLICK HERE