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Monday, October 3, 2016

IS IT TRUE THAT IF YOU DREAM ABOUT SOMEONE THAT PERSON WAS THINKING ABOUT YOU

Dream Someone
Dream Someone
Dreams are stories and images that our minds create while we sleep. They can be entertaining, romantic, fun, frightening, disturbing and sometimes bizarre.

Thousand of people have dreams and forget. I am also one of them but sometimes a dream left to remember.

Is it true that if you dream about someone, that person was thinking about you before he went to sleep?
OR
The person in your dream appears because you miss them?

Friends this is not a post. It's a question, a curiosity and I want to know from your side - What do you think about the dreams?  

All of you who read this post please share your unique dream and your views.

Dreams mainly occur in the rapid-eye movement (REM) stage of sleep. When brain activity is high and resembles that of being awake. REM sleep is revealed by continuous movement of the eyes during sleep. At times, dreams may occur during other stages of sleep. However these dreams tend to be much less memorable.

Please share my this question with your friends and give me your answer.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

CTET - Answer Key 2016 Sep (All Sets) Paper-I and Paper-II


Hi, Friends

Everyone who gave CTET Sep 2016 exams are waiting for the Answer Key. CTET Sept 2016 Official Answer key will be uploaded on the official website of CTET www.ctet.nic.in after some time.
CTET Answer Key 2016 Unofficial
CTET Answer Key 2016 Unofficial

The answer keys to be prepared by me will be tentative and unofficial. So, I advised to check CTET Sept 2016 Official Answer Keys later.

Official website of CTET - www.ctet.nic.in

CBSE conducts Central Teacher Eligibility Test every year in February and September month. CTET 2016 exam schedule has been issued by CBSE. CBSE will conduct CTET Sept. 2016 exam on 18th September 2016. Here you can get CTET Sept 2016 Unofficial Answer Key exam held on 18-09-2016.


CTET - Answer Key 2016 Sep (All Sets) Paper-I / Paper-II




Paper - I CDP




Paper I - CDP
Q. No.Set EESet FFSet GGSet HH
11114
23332
34123
43241
51413
6342
71424
81231
92423
103242
114224
124331
131413
143121
152114
163232
171414
184331
192434
203242
211113
224324
232423
243232
252113
264342
271412
284331
292123
304244


Paper - I Mathematics



Paper I - Mathematics
Q. No.Set EESet FFSet GGSet HH
312411
322223
333423
344314
352444
364111
371343
384314
394434
401213
414341
422113
433221
443143
454142
464213
472131
483343
494424
504431
513121
522123
533332
542421
553144
561112
573414
582324
593422
604344


Paper - I EVS



Paper I - EVS
Q. No.Set EESet FFSet GGSet HH
61424
62243
63432
64314
65334
66121
67233
68331
69234
70312
71231
72413
73144
74344
75324
76232
77144
78432
79241
80231
81313
82124
83342
84244
85431
86324
87112
8833
8931
9041

Paper - I Language - I English



Paper I - Language I English
Q. No.Set EESet FFSet GGSet HH
9121
9214
9324
9413
9543
9612
9721
9812
9922
10044
10113
10224
10313
10432
10533
10634
10723
10824
10912
11013
11144
11233
11341
11411
1153
1162
1172
1182
1191
1202


Paper - I Language - I Hindi



Paper I - Language I Hindi
Q. No.Set EESet FFSet GGSet HH
91411
92422
93414
94121
95133
96241
97312
98112
99411
100122
101122
102132
103143
104323
105314
106321
107423
108222
109323
110143
111343
112443
113411
114331
115442
116123
117442
118113
119214
120341

Paper - I Language - II English



Paper I - Language II English
Q. No.Set EESet FFSet GGSet HH
12134
12243
12322
12414
12511
12631
12742
12813
12932
13014
13132
13214
13342
13411
13522
13613
13732
13824
13943
14041
14141
14231
14334
14424
14511
14633
14742
14842
14914
15021

Paper - I Language - II Hindi



Paper I - Language II Hindi
Q. No.Set EESet FFSet GGSet HH
12111
12244
12342
12422
12511
12641
12732
12842
12943
13012
13132
13244
13323
13422
13531
13632
13722
13843
13941
14032
14134
14244
14341
14424
14513
14613
14713
14824
14931
15013

Paper - II CDP



Paper II - CDP
Q. No.Set IISet JJSet KKSet LL
13122
21211
32441
44421
53434
61213
74321
81134
94412
102213
111114
121232
132143
143323
152213
164232
171321
182434
192323
202142
214234
223332
232344
244311
251142
263412
274331
281143
293241
303444

Paper - II Mathematics and Science



Paper II - Mathematics and Science
Q. No.Set IISet JJSet KKSet LL
314132
323413
332221
342234
353123
364423
372314
384334
392434
404124
411312
421143
433344
442112
454224
463244
473423
484342
494122
504434
514433
521111
533141
544123
551114
564211
574424
583121
591224
601122
611314
622142
632441
643311
653413
661143
674221
681313
694341
701411
711423
721233
734141
741244
752113
762211
773234
783224
79132
803221
812331
822333
833433
843422
85234
864442
873344
882312
893412
904442

Paper - II Social Studies / Social Science



Paper II - Social Studies / Social Science
Q. No.Set IISet JJSet KKSet LL
313113
321212
332424
341341
352333
361111
371332
382412
391421
404122
412211
422233
434223
444224
454211
463342
472243
483222
494343
502214
514114
523423
534342
543144
552132
564143
573431
581341
594434
602131
613343
622133
631424
641141
652442
661322
672121
683422
693211
704142
712312
721421
733342
741124
753211
764321
774214
783244
791424
804413
811131
823323
832244
842411
854244
862423
873134
883143
894431
902244

Paper II - Language I English



Paper II - Language I English
Q. No.Set IISet JJSet KKSet LL
911444
921344
931131
944113
954131
961344
973214
984224
994423
1003134
1014131
1022213
1033421
1042121
1052132
1062412
1072123
1081324
1093414
1101322
1112343
1123312
1134341
1144243
1153414
1162244
1174321
1184421
1194122
1202143

Paper II - Language I Hindi



Paper II - Language I Hindi
Q. No.Set IISet JJSet KKSet LL
913123
924312
934412
943424
953241
964223
973412
981111
992141
1002412
1011424
1024121
1032411
1042211
1052323
1064314
1073234
1083143
1094343
1102334
1114323
1123141
1133444
1142443
1154123
1162341
1173114
1183413
1191433
1201334

Paper II - Language II English



Paper II - Language II English
Q. No.Set IISet JJSet KKSet LL
1212214
1222422
1231111
1241332
1254113
1262234
1272341
1283443
1294344
1301242
1313234
1322131
1334324
1343343
1352441
1363113
1374221
1383132
1391322
1403144
1411421
1422311
1432443
1441132
1453411
1464221
1472443
1484224
1491333
1502342

Paper II - Language II Hindi



Paper II - Language II Hindi
Q. No.Set IISet JJSet KKSet LL
1213431
1224422
1234223
1242423
1251413
1264232
1271423
1281412
1294114
1302121
1312321
1323243
1334134
1343223
1351232
1361133
1374324
1384344
1394441
1403112
1411424
1424212
1433233
1443112
1453114
1461133
1473412
1483214
1491134
1503414

Structure and content of CTET

All questions in CTET test will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark, with four alternatives out of which one answer will be correct. There will be no negative marking.

There will be two papers of CTET.


i) Paper I will be for a person who intents to be a teacher for classes I to V.
ii) Paper II will be for a person who intents to be a teacher for classes VI to VIII.


Minimum Qualifying Marks in CTET 2016 Exam



To qualify the CTET 2016 exam, the candidates will have to secure the minimum qualifying marks. The minimum qualifying marks has been fixed by the Board.


> Candidates securing 60% or more will be declared CTET qualified.
> Candidates who will clear the exam will be issued CTET qualifying certificate. The Certificate will be valid for appointment till seven years from the date of declaration of its result.


Details required for checking the CTET Answer Key 2016

> Roll No
> Date of Birth


CTET Answer Key 2016 - Steps to download

As CTET Answer Key 2016 will be released only in the online mode and therefore, it is should be know the procedure of downloading. The answer key will be available in pdf format hence download it as accordingly. Step be step process is described here:
> The candidate can visit the link given in the post so as to proceed further.
> Find the answer key related link in the column of latest news and select to open.
> Download the CTET Answer Key 2016 as according to the set and paper.
> Compare the answers in the answer key with the answers in OMR sheet.


CTET Answer Key 2016 - Steps to use

Downloading the Answer Key 2016 of CTET is not enough the candidate must know the procedure to use the answer key. For the candidate's sake of convenience, the description of the process of answer key is given here.


> First is to obtain the answer key by downloading it.
> Check the no options the candidates have marked correctly in the exam.
> Compare the answers in the Answer Key of CTET 2016 as per the test booklets with one in the OMR sheet.
> For each correct answer, the candidates will be provided 1 mark.
> As there is no negative marking hence no marks will be deducted for wrong answers.
> Calculate the total marks. These marks are the estimated score.


Calculation of marks from CTET Answer Key 2016

Candidates after checking the Answer Key of CTET 2016 can calculate an estimated score in the exam. The Candidates should calculate the marks in the following method:


> Candidates should check the responses marked by them correctly in the exam.
> For every correct response, the candidates will get 1 mark.

There is no negative marking in the CTET exam.


CTET Answer Key 2016 - Advantages

Several benefits are associated with the CTET Answer Key 2016. The answer key is the extremely useful document for the candidates. Some of the advantages of the answer key are listed here:


> It is helpful in estimating the marks in the exam paper.
> The candidates can come to know that whether they are in the recruitment race or left out.
> The candidate can make the rough approximation of his rank in the rank list.
> Last but not the least, the CTET Answer Key 2016 is beneficial to eradicate the stress of marks from the mind of the candidates.

BEST OF LUCK FRIENDS!

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Role of Media in Democracy


Media is a mode to communicate to the public.
We are living in a century where communication is very fast and is bringing the world closer with better understanding. In our daily life, we use various forms of communication such as newspapers, magazines, television, radio, documentary movies, public meetings and most important internet. 


Media is a mode to communicate to the public. It is the plural of medium. The growth of electronic media has brought lots of changes in the quality of images and sounds. It has also become a popular method of expression of public opinion. It reaches the public faster and even the illiterate people get a lot of benefit out of this media. The media is able to bring forth the truth to public.


In democracy, public opinion plays an important role since people are given the freedom to express their opinions and also raise objection to certain policies. Any ruling party can remain in power as long as it retains the public opinion in its favour. It is the media through which strong or balanced public opinions are given. The government cannot ignore the opinions of the public. It must take the views of people and modify its policies or else it may lose its power. However, all media must follow certain rules and regulations set by the government vide Broadcasting Code in 1962 in order to regulate the functioning of media.


The main aim of media is to work for public interest. Hence, it should not be controlled by few people. If it covers only partial news then it becomes biased information which will not serve the purpose. Public also must be careful to see that informations are not manipulated and affect the thoughts and feelings of anyone.


The media also acts as a check on the elected representatives and it also helps in the proper administration by bringing in light the corrupt activities of the people in power. It also welcomes the participation of citizens in policy making.


In October 2005, the RTI (Right to Information ACT) was passed and that has given the people the right to information. Through this act people could learn and know on demand the happenings in government.


The government has to give the needful information to public within 30 days or at times within 24 hours in case the matter is serious. This act has made the department and government offices more accountable to public. RTI is applicable all over except Jammu & Kashmir (India).


Need for Media

The media must have a free hand and should not be curbed. An uncensored media has the responsibility of providing unbiased information. In case of elections, the media should project candidates of all parties and must also cover all issues that come before the elections.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Advertising and Advertisements

Advertisement is a promotional tool. It is used to promote ideas, goods and services.
Advertising and Advertisements

Advertisement is a promotional tool. It is used to promote ideas, goods and services. Its purpose is to appeal to a particular audience called customer by the advertiser.


An advertisement is usually done through various media such as magazines, journals, newspapers, television, radio, hoardings, posters, banners and Internet (top in the list). The technique of advertisement is chosen according to the need of the people, suitable for the product and within the limitation of the budget. The purpose is to reach the public as fast as possible and communicate information about the product so that the consumer may be persuaded to buy that particular object, good service or product.


Advertisement can reach more people, a bigger audience, a wider market, living in different parts of the world. An advertisement is possible only through a selected media. In the process of selecting an appropriate media, certain factors have to be considered such as :


  • The size of the audience
  • The reach of the media
  • The target market for a product
  • The cost of advertisement
  • The volume of sales



Advantages of Advertisement

Advertisement influences our lifestyle. We change our taste, style and preferences after seeing an advertisement. Most of the things we buy, eat and drink are decided after seeing the advertisement. Advertisement helps in promoting the qualities of a product. It also tries to help customers to understand the differentiation of the product which helps in giving recognition for a product. Advertisement appeals to our emotions. It inspires and influences us in many ways.


How are advertisements created

Advertisement copies are created by agencies. The agency consists of people with creative ideas and other effective methods to launch the new products. This team first develops a propaganda for a new product. They give a name to the product, then create visuals to bring out the features of the product after which they choose the target people. The product is tested on them followed by a feed back. Once they find the test successful then they choose the media through which advertisement is launched.


Advertisements also fail how and why

Advertisement is the easiest and most economical means of tapping the wide market, but all advertisements may not be successful. It may fail because of the following reasons:


  • Lack of consistent advertising policy
  • Making exaggerated claims which make people lose confidence
  • Unimpressive appeals
  • Wrong layout of advertisement designs
  • Selecting wrong medium
  • It indirectly increases the price of the product by adding the cost of advertisement.



Advantages of Advertising

  • It helps the producer in promoting sales.
  • The social advertisements bring awareness e.g., about global warming.
  • The social advertisements try to bring equality in society e.g., promoting girl education.



Disadvantages of Advertising


  • Some advertisements mislead the consumers by exaggerating the qualities of a product.
  • Some advertisements emotionally blackmail the target audience specially mothers, wives etc.
  • The advertising is basically to sell branded products, the small shopkeepers suffer.
  • The people from weaker sections of a society feel neglected because the advertisements show the lifestyle of the rich and affluent in the society.

To conclude, advertising can give beneficial results, it can also impact individuals and the society negatively. So, the government should ban obscene advertisements.

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Gender - A Social Issue

Girls and Boys are equal

We all know that biologically all human beings fall into two categories - male and female. The term gender refers to social and cultural attributes, roles and responsibilities associated with a male and female.

Gender is culturally determined and is a social concept that changes over a period of time from one culture to another culture.

It is always expected that girls will prefer jewelry and clothes and boys would go for sports and games. Hence gender's roles, responsibilities and differences are not the same in every society. They also differ according to the historical developments of that specific society, for example girls in west have a lot of freedom and they lead a life of their choice. In India, the girls are expected to dress, behave and live differently in different states and families.

It is also accepted fact that the differences between men and women are natural and the behavior of girls and boys in a particular fashion is due to the differences in talent and capabilities.

Sometimes people call these differences as inequalities. For a long time women were not given equal rights and were treated as weaker section of society. This situation is still as it is till now in rural areas. 

The Gender Inequality

The gender inequality can be traced back to the prehistoric time when men were allowed to go for hunting, women were asked to cook and look after children at home.

Gender is also stereotyping which assumes that girls are fit for certain type of jobs like cooking, taking care of babies while men are capable to go outside and earn money.

Inequality in Family

The children as they grew up adopt this stereotypes. This type of gender stereotype disallows men to do things of their choice like music, dance and designing as their profession. This gender inequality even disturbs the peace of a family. The parents give importance to boys and not to girls in providing higher education due to gender bias. A boy or a girl right from the early age knows what they are supported to do. They keep in mind the gender rules.

There are modern techniques to find out or to determine the gender of the fetus. In India such tests are declared illegal. In spite of the stern measures taken by government the prenatal sex determination is still being practiced leading to female infanticide which resulted in the fall in the sex ratio.

The percentage of girls who get primary education is much lower. School dropouts rate of girls is higher by 30%. Girls are still not being educated in most families, but when we look at the board exam results, it is evident that girls do better than boys in exam which proves that girls are able to contribute successfully in all spheres of society.

At times we see gender differences in public places also where separate queues for ladies are arrange. However, we find woman taking an active part in public life.

Monday, September 12, 2016

Truth of Third Gender Equality

As a human being, everyone deserves a feeling of understanding and acceptance.
As a human being everyone deserves a feeling of understanding and acceptance.
Gender Equality

Third gender or third sex

It is a concept in which individuals are categorized, either by themselves or by society, as neither man nor woman.

Kareena 26 yrs, relates her own story. "I was 11 when my brother realized that I was not a regular boy. One day he saw me talking to a transgender and he got so mad, he dragged me home, shaved off my eyebrows and rubbed black shoe polish on my face. Then he chained me and locked me up. My sisters rescued me a month later and after that, I just ran away from home."

Shaily 26 yrs, has a heartbreaking story to tell, "A man saw me dancing at a wedding and fell in love with me. He wanted to marry me. I liked him too, but I knew I couldn't give him children and his family would never have accepted me, so I said no. He came after me here, right outside my house. He grabbed my hair and chopped it off, then he beat me. Everyone in the neighborhood watched but no one came to my assistance."

Since the 1970s anthropologists have described gender categories in some cultures which they could not adequately explain using a two gender framework. At the same time, feminists began to draw a distinction between (biological) sex and (Social/psychological) gender. Contemporary gender theorists usually argue that a two gender system is neither innate nor universal. A sex/gender system which recognizes only the following two social norms has been labeled "heteronormative".

History and Religion

Male to female transgenders, also known as 'hijras', have a long history in South Asia, experts say. The Kama Sutra, written between 300 and 400 B.C., Mentions the performance of fellatio by feminine people of a third sex.

Third gender and Lord Shiva

One of the forms of Lord Shiva is a merging with Parvati where together they are Ardhanari, a god that is half Shiva and Half Parvati. Ardhanari has special significance as a patron of third gender, who identify with the gender ambiguity.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Teachers Recruitment

Teachers Recruitment 2016-19 UAE Government School

The UAE Government Schools are accepting applications for Secondary Physical Education Teachers in school across the UAE.
UAE Government hiring teachers for schools across 6 of the UAE Emirates (Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Quwain and Fujairah)
UAE Government School
UAE Government hiring teachers for schools across 6 of the UAE Emirates (Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Quwain and Fujairah).


Details like Essential qualification, Desirable qualification, Selection process are given below:

Airfare is provided for the employee, spouse and up to 3 dependents. Summer vacation and national holidays. Medical Insurance is provided for employee, spouse & up to 3 children and bonus is also provided at end of contract.

Total No. of Posts : 75
Name of the Post : Secondary Physical Education Teacher
Location : Locations across the UAE, United Arab Emirates
Start Date : January 2017
Essential Qualification : Candidate should be Graduate. Teaching Credential / License Certificate required.
Minimum Teaching Experience : 3 Years
Student Level : Grade 8 to 12
Salary : US$ 5700
Contract Period : 2 Years


Selection Criteria : Candidate must be able to attend an in-person interview in the UAE, USA or UK. Dates will be determined.
Application Procedure : Apply Online through website.
How to Apply : Candidates can apply online only and no other mode of application will be accepted.

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