*How to be a boring teacher:*
Sit and teach / talk.
Correct homework inside the class.
Use words like....silence,listen,understand,useless fellows...
Teach only with text books./reading out.
Speak in a monotonous voice./sleepy.
Always blame the behaviour of children.
Fiddling with mobile phone.
Asking children to read out for others.
Reaching the class late or leaving early.
Asking the children to read something while aafu busy with
Negativity in words ,speech and action.
No opportunity for the kids to speak out in the class.
Loosing the temper inside the classroom.
Getting irritated ,even when kids giggle or talk among themselves.
Making easy things difficult to learn.
Humourless teaching ,no fun only work.
Leave the enthusiasm at home.
*_Now doing the opposites of these will make an interesting teacher._*
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
Saturday, August 1, 2015
An Undivided share is a share of land allotted to the flat buyer while purchasing a property and it is registered in the name of the owner. When a home buyer purchases an apartment, he/she is entitled to 2 things: the constructed building and the proportionate share of land, where the whole building is constructed. The price appreciation of the property is the actual appreciation of the land and not the building, so the property price depends on the undivided share.
Have you ever thought what will happen to your apartment in case of natural disaster like an earthquake, building collapse or if government wants to acquire the property for a public project? Even if the apartment society wants to redevelop the property after decades, the building will be demolished and only the undivided share of land maters. It is crucial to understand your undivided share in a multi-storey residential project.
The UDS is based on the percentage of the super built up area of the apartment to the total super built-up area of all the flats. For instance, if 4 equally sized apartments of 1000 sq ft were built on one ground of land which measures 2400 sq ft, the UDS will be calculated as below:
UDS = Super built-up area of individual flat / Sum of all flats’ built-up area X Total land area
UDS = 1000 X 2400 / 4000
UDS of individual flat = 800 sq ft.
To avoid fraudulent deals and to be cautious, one can check the undivided share mentioned in the agreement before registration. Some builders will be reluctant to show the agreement copy; instead they share some other agreement copy during site visits. It is important to know your undivided share of land before hand and verify the same with the actual sales agreement before registration. You can go an hour before and confirm the details, if required get legal help from advocates. This way, home buyers can be sure of receiving their entitled UDS while purchasing their dream home.
Friday, December 27, 2013
Friday, December 20, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
The Ramus, both opthalmogists, came to the UK from Bangalore five years ago. “We have always given her free rein, and we believe this has contributed to her immense success today. We encourage her to take her own decisions, but are there to support and advise her,” says her justly proud mother Jayashree. A student of Tiffin’s Girls School, Kingston-upon-Thames, Neha has already taken her SAT, usually taken by students at 17 or 18 for university admissions. Her immediate aim, though, is to join the Army Cadets in Kingston.
But this new tag of child prodigy comes with its own set of pressures. “All of a sudden, people are expecting more out of me. But with the support of my parents, I have learnt to carry on the way I was doing and not get carried away,” she says. Her parents too are aware of the dangers of sudden fame and exposure in childhood, so they are even more careful not to push their daughter towards higher and tougher goals. “There is definitely more expectation from her now. We try to keep her focused on her daily curriculum and just consider this yet another test she has taken up.”
For now, the family is just soaking in all the attention they are getting both in the UK and in India. How are they going to celebrate? “Well, she wasn’t expecting a celebration, but we have decided to reward her by doing something we know will give her immense happiness. We are going to India during Easter vacation, as most of our family and friends are there, and they are planning to throw a big party once we arrive.”
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Saturday, May 26, 2012
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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
WHY I AM LEARNING TO USE MS EXCEL?
Friday, October 7, 2011
Monday, September 26, 2011
Earthquake of 2006 and After
1.According to the National Earthquake Information Center, about 1.4 million earthquakes happen every year. The large
majority are micro quakes, measuring less than 3 on the Richter scale.
2.Scientists had been studying phenomena like volcanoes and earthquakes for years and finally broke through with the
theory of plate tectonics in the mid-20th century.
3.Earthquakes kill about 8000 people a year.
4.When two plates move away from each other, magma (molten rock) seeps up through the crack.
5.There are four types of fault: normal, reverse, thrust and strike-slip.
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Saturday, April 30, 2011
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Sunday, April 3, 2011
1. can be used to teach Math/Geometry concepts like distance,area,speed,velocity,graphs,average,rate etc.
2.Build Vocabulary/language skills
3.Children can learn about Continents,Countries,History,GMT/UST etc.
4.Political History/Diplomacy,Neighbouring Countries
5.Keeping these above mentioned in mind, teachers can give Project works as per the grade