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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

PATRAK A

 








State the question clearly and precisely.

Avoid vague questions that could lead students to different interpretations. If you use the word "how" or "why" in an essay question, students will be better able to develop a thesis. Asexamples of essay and short-answer questions:

Poor: What are three types of market organization? In what ways are they different from one another?

Better: Define oligopoly. How does oligopoly differ from both perfect competition and monopoly in terms of number of firms, control over price, conditions of entry, cost structure, and long-term profitability?



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Poor: Name the principles determined postwar American foreign policy.

Better: Describe three principles on which American foreign policy was based between 1945 and 1960; illustrate each of the principles with two actions of the executive branch of government.


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Write out the correct answer yourself.

Use your version to help you revise the question, as needed, and to estimate how much time students will need to complete the question. If you can answer the question in ten minutes, students will probably need twenty to thirty minutes. Use these estimates in determining the number of questions to ask on the exam. Give students advice how much time to spend on each question.


Read the exams without looking at the students' names.






Try not to bias your grading by carrying over your perceptions about individual students. Some faculty ask students to put a number or pseudonym on the exam and to place that







 number / pseudonym on an index card that is turned in with the test, or have students write their names on the last page of the blue book or on the back of the test.


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Before you begin grading, you will want an overview of the general level of performance and the range of students' responses.


Choose examples of exams to serve as anchors or standards.


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Identify exams that excellent, good, adequate, and poor. Use these papers to refresh your memory of the standards by which you are grading and to ensure fairness over the period of time you spend grading.



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What is being proposed?

The proposal is that The University of Edinburgh should enable students to use a computer to compose their essay-examination responses in formal examinations. 


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The solution proposed is to use student owned laptops, with students downloading the necessary software (Exam4 from a company called Extegrity) prior to the examination. (The question paper is still distributed in the exam hall.) Clearly students need time to familiarise themselves with the software, but experience to date shows that the download and install are straightforward and that typically students feel comfortable with considerably less than half an hour practising with the software.

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Monday, November 29, 2021

BLO

 



Roles and Responsibilities of BLO:

i. BLO assists eligible citizens to become voters and obtain voter card.

ii. BLO provides forms for addition, deletion and correction of Electoral Roll

entries as well as carries out physical verification.

iii. BLO interacts with local people/ political parties’ representatives and

identifies dead/ shifted electors.

iv. BLOs are responsible for mapping of Persons with Disabilities in the

electoral roll.

v. BLOs ensure EPIC distribution.

vi. BLO facilitates display of draft roll/prescribed notices at designated

locations, reading of rolls in gram/ ward sabhas.

vii. BLO distributes Voter Slip ahead of elections.

viii. On the poll day, BLO sits at the Facilitation Desk

outside the Polling Station to facilitate voters and

also gives undistributed Photo Voter Slip to the

respective voters.


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BOOTH LEVEL AGENTS

Concept

In order to enhance participation by the recognized political parties at grass root level during preparation and revision of electoral roll, the Election Commission introduced a system of appointment   Booth Level Agent in November, 2008  the pattern of polling agent /counting agent during polling /counting of votes.  The Booth Level Agents  appointed for  polling station areas by the recognized political parties to complement the Booth Level Officers of the respective polling stations.


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Responsibilities of Booth Level Agent:

The Booth Level Agents will be required to be present at designated locations for  of claims and objections, under the aegis of Designated Officers/Booth Level Officers, on the special campaign days during revision.  On  days, the Booth Level Officer will go through the draft roll  the Booth Level Agents and identify the corrections etc.

The Booth Level Agents can list out the dead and shifted voters through house to house survey or by any other means and present the list to  Designated Officers / Booth Level Officers in the prescribed format (annexure 63and 64 - Manual on Electoral Rolls - Document 10 - Edition 1 - October 2016). They should give an undertaking that the information furnished by them is on the basis of verification conducted by them and they are liable for action under Section 31 of the Representation of the People Act, 1950 for making false declaration, if any.



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The Booth Level Agents will not receive claims and objections from public. They will only guide the public to file appropriate applications for, deletion,  and transposition of entries in the electoral. A Booth Level Agent shall not submit more than 10 forms to Booth Level Officer in a day.




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The Booth Level Agents will  the electors within the jurisdiction of the part of the electoral roll to come forward to inspect the draft roll  the period when it is displayed and file applications for correction, deletion and transposition of entries. Similarly, they may guide newly eligible electors of 18 years of age and above and those persons who might have shifted in from other places to file applications for inclusion of their names.



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Submission of Bulk Applications by Booth Level Agent:

The Election Commission has allowed a Booth Level Agent to file not exceeding 10  in a day.  Booth Level Agent shall submit forms to concerned Booth Level  along with a list of application forms and a  declaration that he has personally verified the particulars contained in the enclosed application forms and is  that the same are correct.  In case a Booth Level Agent submits more than 30 application forms during entire  of summary revision, cross verification must be done  by the concerned Electoral Registration Officer/ Assistant Electoral Registration Officer.  The political parties which have not appointed Booth Level Agents cannot file applications in bulk during revision period.


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Every voter will now be tagging. The Block Level Officer (Blo) in the Ditijal app Garuda (Garuda), developed by the Election Commission of India, will feed all kinds of information in the digital app by reaching the voter’s. The digital app Garuda, developed by the Election Commission of India, is being used for  first time in the country. Though the  Commission of India  developed this digital app during the Kovid, it could not start due to rapid spread of corona infection.

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Nishtha 3.0

 










Course  Information


Description of the Course

       The Ministry of Education, Government of India has launched a Foundationa Literacy and Numeracy (FLN) Mission and provide guidelines to build literacy and numeracy skills among children at the foundational stage. This course deals with the aims and objectives of the mission and highlights the role of different stakeholders.


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(5) GJ 5 'Vidhya Pravesh' Ane 'Balvatika' ne Samajava

(6) GJ 6 Payani Bhasha Ane Saxarata


(7) GJ 7 Prathamik Dhoran ma Bahubhashi Sixan

(8) GJ 8 Shaixanik Mulyankan



(9) GJ 9 Payani Sankhyagyan

(10) GJ 10 Payani Saxarata ane Sankhyagyan mate Shala Netrutv


(11) GJ 11 ICT nu Shikhava, Shikhavava ane Mulyankan Sankalan

(12) GJ 12 Payana Tabakka Mate Ramakada Adharit ShikshanShashtra



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FOUNDATIONAL LITERACY, FOUNDATIONA NUMERACY, FOUNDATIONAL EDUCATION, FLN, MISSION, EDUCATION, EARLY CHILDHOOD, CARE, ECCE, NISHTHA FLN


Concept of Competency Based Education

Children come to school from different backgrounds and contexts. Some

children have parents and adults in the family who engage with them. They

play, tell stories, provide interactive language experiences, provide safety,

connections and high quality routines, which are enriching and interesting

for children. On the other hand there are children who have experienced

less fortunate early childhood years, without secure attachments, safety

and connection, good nutrition and rest, and without enriched learning

opportunities. As a result, children have differences in readiness for school

when they begin preschool or kindergarten. Additionally, children in the

same class might have 12 months age differences. There are differences in

the levels of language skills, visual-motor skills, diversity in socio-economic



contexts and home atmosphere.

And when children from diverse backgrounds having different learning

needs enter the typical school, all the students are expected to be ready for

grade-level content standards to be covered and tested in a time-limited

learning system. Most of the time the focus is on completing the syllabus

without monitoring whether children are learning to a level of deep




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understanding and application. When similar instructions are provided

and one time testing is used for all the children, without considering their

learning levels, children are quickly categorized as winners and losers. By

the end of third grade, children have settled into patterns of learning that

usually persist for life.





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What are Learning Outcomes?

Expected learning outcomes define the totality of information, knowledge,

understanding, attitudes, values, skills or behaviours a learner should

master upon the successful completion of the curriculum. Learning

outcomes are essentially evidence of having acquired the competencies.

Learning outcomes are specific statements that describe exactly what a

student will be able to do in some measurable way. There may be more

than one measurable outcome defined for a given competency. Achieved

learning outcomes can only be identified following the learning process,

through assessments and demonstration of achieved learning in real life, for

example, at work. The performance of the child in each subject area needs

to be continuously matched with the intended learning outcomes. Children

who are not performing up to the expected level need to be provided

scaffolding and support by the teachers and parents. Outcomes-based

qualifications provide students, teachers, parents and other stakeholders

with a common reference point, which allows improved and active learning

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Assessment of Learning Outcomes

Formative assessments are emphasised so that teachers get to understand

where students are facing difficulties or having misconceptions. Teachers

can extend help and give feedback to children about their performance and

areas where they need to improve. Assessment is used as a guiding tool,

which is meaningful and provides positive learning experiences for children.

Students construct their own knowledge by actively participating, applying

critical-thinking and problem-solving skills along with good communication

skills, collaboration and cultural responsiveness to help them work in

ever-changing, diverse environment. Teachers can use anecdotal records,

peer assessment, self- assessment, rubrics and portfolio to track students’

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Sunday, November 28, 2021

Prarthanapothi

 



All religions of the past have commanded human beings to worship and pray. Christianity, Jainism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Judaism, etc., all religions have gods and ara and religious places.  Many rituals and ceremonies last for hours.  Many, like Shakti Dhan Dolat, also spend it on religious activities.  There are a large number of old people and women in the house doing Havan also for hours like Kar Bhakti-Dhun or Tap Vrat Upvas etc.  Many people live a life of complete devotion to the Lord.  That is, religion becomes his life.  In this also take sannyasa or initiation


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You rained with your mind, we were thirsty for birth, you rained heavily, we were thirsty for birth, you gave it with your hands, but you looted our empty knowledge treasure, so we ignorant, you rained like nectar, we touched the pockets of poison.  You ... your voice that calms down word by word, the sanctity of that speech, we never gave up, you became a resident, we stopped at the shore.  You are the river of love, you are flowing, to make life pure, you are awakening the light of love, to make yourself bright, you are shining like the sun, we are wandering in the dark.


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1.  Ya kunde ndu tu sar har dhavla »Download 2. Om Tat Sat Shri Narayan Tu Download.  Vaishnavajan then call it Ray.  Showing loving light star Download Download Download.  O Ishwar Bhaji, make you big.  Pay homage to my life  Asatyo manhethi prabhu param satye tu lai ja… Download hai tuj naam * Download jeevan anjali thajo »Download 10.  Naiya zukavi me to joje dubi jay na »Download 11.  Whether I get salvation or not, I have to do your devotion.  Hum ek bane hum nek bane hum gyan ki jyot jag → Download 17.  Allah Tero Naam Ishwar Tero Naam * Download Download  We will take care of your little child āŠĪું Download.  Holy spring of friendship.  Open the Mars Temple Merciful


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Prayer is meditation on the Creator of the universe.  Prayer is the remembrance of the Lord.  Prayer is the messenger that carries the voice of the soul to the divine.  Prayer is the first step toward the Lord.  Prayer is a symbol of faith, patience and trust.  Prayer is the medicine of adhi, vyadhi and upadhi.  Prayer is the link between soul and paramatman.  Prayer is the duty to live life.  Prayer is the karma of religion and the kuchi of karma.  Prayer is the gemstone of the Lord.


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Prayer is more important in the world today than ever before, because ... the world today is the age of technology.  The whole world seems to be united because of this technology.  Due to globalization we know that we have fallen behind in material happiness and lost our peace of mind somewhere in it.  Every man in the world today seems to be busy with his work.  He has put such a rush behind material happiness that he does not know where he will go and stand.  In the midst of all this, how to maintain peace of mind and purity?  The answer is that prayer is the way to peace of mind and purity to keep peace and health and purity.  Prayer is the killing of the mind to keep the body healthy



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Today's man tries his best to succeed, but when he fails, he is surrounded.  As a result, diseases of the body and instability of the mind, unrest erodes his life. The weapon of prayer saves man.  Prayer means Vinam Kalavala, supplication, asking God to fulfill a wish.  In Vedanta it is said that prayer is the desire for the attainment of exaltation.  It is said in Kusumanjali that the general meaning of prayer is 'pra' which means best and 'arth' means desire.  That is to say, requesting credit is the same prayer.  Uncle Kalelkar says that prayer is to dedicate one's life to God according to one's own ideal.  There is a serious sound of the soul and its effect on the world does not go unnoticed.  Prayer is to think of the truth of life from the point of view.  Prayer is the cry of the soul.  A prayer is a sign of repentance.  The magic of prayer once experienced will last for days but will not last without prayer.  Just as food is indispensable for the body, so is prayer for the soul


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Unit 19) Study of Nata Mati M N - Conclusion M - Distinguish between present and past objects such as people, sports, utensils and clothing activities.  Observes the rules of group work, indoor or outdoor sports.  Educational Issues Step-by-step game (by Avantika and her sister Nandita) Discussion about local sports step-by-step game, Satline, Langadi, Santa-hen, Satodiyu and other games - Quiz 1;  Mati games at home.  Home games, chess, carom and other games - think and write.  Group Discussion - Complete the quiz table.  Educational 211611 Pa.  P.  Teacher - Student Activity Activity / Project / Game At VO Avantika and her Sister Activity - Elders When I was a child playing step games played by Nandita, I will give information about what.  VO was playing games?  I will give information on how to play local games like Pathgayi game, Satline, Langadi, Santa Kukdi, Satodiyu and other games.  Games played at home Home - I will give information about home, chess and carom.  I will play games as a group of VOs.  In front of the games that are played at home, I will draw the sign of ... and the sign of the place where it is played outside the house.  I will tell you to record the number of players who want to play those games and the things that are required.  V.O.  Will complete the table discussed in the group.  To draw a picture of a game played by VO - So.


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Subject unit Learning Outcomes Academic Activity: Postmaster Making.  Reading of letters written by VO  Collection of letters at home Collection of postage stamps  Identification of items found at Post Office - Think and Do: Discussion and Quiz Post Office Visit - Conversation between Reena and Radha * Thoughts and Write: Discussion and Quiz M Mobile Pictures  Items that can be obtained from the drawing office in Post Office Teacher-Student Activity Activity / Project / Letter to my friends.  In order to post those letters, I will ask you to make a post box in class B, post box in group (in group).  One of the essential tools for postal delivery. 

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I will make him a postman.  The postman will share the activity.  Let me read the letters.  I will collect the letters at home and ask them to bring a postage stamp.  Do it based on.  That ticket will do this quiz.  Visit Project: Post Office in the given box by collecting the type stamp (postage stamp) for the activity pasted in separate boxes.  I will stick.  I will identify the items that are found in the post.  P.P.  Postcard activity given in: Draw pictures to write your full address in mobile.  I will tell.  I will discuss ideas and answers to questions.  I will visit the post office.  I will quiz.  Reena and Radha talk about the letter Activity 2 Make your texture telephone.


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Mati ni maja (pedagogical decision, good or bad touch, practices for different tasks, gender identity "gives a verbal opinion.  / The storytelling of a school or kitchen story Foods, utensils, stoves and! "Shravan observes culinary processes through VO.  It will work. I will make a note of it. I will ask you to add a few recipes to the list of given recipes.  I will tell you what to eat when it happens. I will give detailed information about medicinal plants. I will discuss and quiz. Choose the right thing for each basket. I will ask you to use the line to connect.  I would like to write an activity / project / game.  

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Storytelling project to students: "Potter" I will do the given questions.  V.O.  Will listen.  I will understand the incident from the composition of the story to write the answers of the children professionals.  And will enjoy.  Based on this, do a face-to-face quiz with ideas and discuss the answers to the written questions


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Aas - We have emotions (choice of choice) partnership!  Study Conclusion - Understands relationships with family members.   Describes individuals of different age groups.  The role of family members, orally or otherwise, describes the family's influence (traits, habits) and the need to live together. Educational Issues | |  Say - Discussion and Quiz "Game -" Play and discuss and say and say. * Think and say - Discussion and Quiz Bail script "Understanding and special information about it॥ Teacher - Student's activity  Seema would like to talk to two people at home. Tell them special details about each member of the household. Activity: I will tell without seeing. I will talk about Seema's brother. It is difficult to identify the shape because Seema's brother is blind.  I will discuss what works. I will ask the VO to tell about a person in the family or outside who cannot hear, speak or see. I will discuss and engrave.  .V.O. North  Will give.  I will discuss the answers to the questions given in Thoughts and Say.  V.O.  Will answer.  "N activity / project game about Braille

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