Thursday, September 24, 2009
Check out at UPSC Website
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
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Thursday, September 10, 2009
Go to the following link and see the roll number by name.
Find out the Roll No.by Name
Go to this link and put the roll number to see the result.
Find out the Final Result of RAS 2007
Preamble for RAS/RTS(final)Ex-2007
Her Marks Statement :
GK II 63
OPT (I) I 142
OPT (I) II 134
OPT(II) I 147
OPT(II) II 158
Many Congratulations to her and all those who secure good Ranks.
RAS 2007 Cutoff : RPSC not come out with the cutoff as of now and I don't think there would be any cut off as such because it will only give the merit positions and on the basis of which services will be allotted so one can only have an idea with their merit number.
UPDATE :Vacancies and Toppers ( Courtesy : Bhaskar Newspaper)
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
Complete List of Winners.
Jury members and Nominees
100157 71 215 77 598 736 75 816 32 37 96 970 1063 68 162 269 477 79 89 512 68 683 718 61 96 873 74 86 929 87 88 2266 381 459 637 41 45 59 200018 55 86 259 428 33 52 729 97 837 42 76 85 1025 74 131 211 34 340 87 462 81 521 50 762 68 812 2057 103 87 94 352 438 633 710 905 24 300149 894 1024 225 325 500 83 739 856 74 945 93 2425 400056 759 1015 150 363 520 604 21 500128 45 77 259 868 904 1142 55 231 87 445 510 59 600135 454 61 763 74 905 1463 602 968 95 2158 529 41 756 88 700001 209 499 552 84 894 1227 353 409 43 519 98 638 96 736 57 80 853 65 941 62 2034 90 153 360 639 46 56 98 820 3035 58 76 465 566 767 866 4144 235 393 614 85 822 85 906 88 5134 73 205 569 640 714 888 910 68 84 6142 329 608 787 7021 44 84 101 64 72 206 456 513 607 77 790 806 8211 65 322 768 847 916 9089 118 283 451 500 898 10065 453 504 75 78 722 56 63 966 1063 105 551 697 700 71 2149 215 329 75 435 811 926 3012 15 25 117 472 502 820 952 57 69 72 4026 46 160 64 263 95 376 95 404 11 565 707 800 59 5078
RJS RESULT BY NAME
RJS RESULT BY ROLL No.
Cut Off MARKS
General (women) 156
OBC (Women) 152
SC (Women) 134
ST (Women) 120
Note : Leave your roll no. if you are unable to find out whether you qualify or not.
Sunday, September 6, 2009
This year Miraj Dangal was organised on September 2.
Saturday, September 5, 2009
"Gurur Brahma, Gurur Vishnu, Guru devo Maheshwaraha - Gurussaakshaath param brahma tasmai shree gurave namaha"
"The Guru (Teacher) is the Lord Brahma (the Creator),
the Guru is the Lord Vishnu (the Preserver),
the Guru is the Lord Shiva (the Destroyer).
The Guru is the Supreme Brahman (Ultimate Reality) visible to our eyes. To that Guru we offer our salutations".
Since times immemorial, Indians have respected their teachers. Earlier we used to call our teachers 'Guru'. And now it's the modern 'Sir' or 'Madam'. Nonetheless, the role of teachers has remained the same. They were and they are our guides, creating conditions conducive to our overall development. And we students will always be thankful for their constructive support. As an expression of our thanks, we celebrate Teacher's Day in India.
Teachers mold the lives that they influence because the lessons learned from teachers remain with their students throughout life. We should always respect our teachers. Teachers need encouragement and support from the community to feel that their devotion to students is appreciated.
If you ever have come across one teacher in all your student life, who has changed your life and your way of thinking for the better, you have been blessed. Thankfully I have had several such opportunities. Right from pre-primary school right up to architecture college, and then graduate school, I have benefited from teachers who have gone beyond their call of duty, to mould me and my fellow students into better human beings, first and foremost, and then to instill in us a sense of purpose for life, that at a young age seems all too ambiguous.
The teachers went above the regular lectures, exams, viva’s and juries, and made me realize that education is something much more than what is contained in the printed text book.
I consider education to be one of the nobler professions, akin to medicine. Teachers who spend their lives teaching kids, do more than just teach. They help mould the future of our communities, cities and countries.
I shall forever be thankful to all those wonderful teachers, who have enriched my life. To name a few would not be fair, because there are too many to name. And this is a day about all the teachers who have worked silently, under great stress and pressure to produce responsible and capable citizens of this world.
In all our lives, the teachers have played a major role in shaping our character and career. It’s important that we take some time to wish all the teachers. Teacher's Day in India is celebrated on September 5, every year. Indian Teachers Day is dedicated to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, One of the most celebrated writers in the modern India today his work varies on philosophical, theological, ethical, educational, social and cultural subjects. He contributed numerous articles to different well-known journals, which, are of immense value and seems to surprise various readers because of the depth in the meaning of the articles, one who was a staunch believer of education and was one of the greatest scholars and teachers of all times, apart from being the President of India. As a tribute to this great teacher, his birthday is observed as Teachers Day in India. This is not a holiday but is known for celebrations across the country. It marks the birth anniversay of former Indian president and teacher Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. When Dr. Radhakrishnan became the President of India in 1962,he was approached by some of his students and friends and requested him to allow them to celebrate 5th September, his "birthday". In reply, Dr.Radhakrishnan said, "instead of celebrating my birthday separately, it would be my proud privilege if September 5 is observed as Teachers' day". The request showed Dr.Radhakrishnan's love for the teaching profession. From then onwards, the day has been observed as Teachers' Day in India.
On Teacher's day schools students dress up as their teachers and take lectures in classes that are assigned to the teachers they represent. Sometimes teachers sit in their classes as students, reliving again the time when they themselves were students. Thus, both students as well as teachers get to understand each other's position. Also, functions are organized in schools on Teacher's Day. Students present various programs for the entertainment of their teachers. In addition to being the day when the efforts of teachers are recognized, it provides a chance for healthy interaction between students and teachers.
Teachers' Day in various Countries
World Teachers' Day, held annually on 5 October since 1994, commemorates teachers’ organisations worldwide. Its aim is to mobilise support for teachers and to ensure that the needs of future generations will continue to be met by teachers.
According to UNESCO, World Teachers' Day represents a significant token of the awareness, understanding and appreciation displayed for the vital contribution that teachers make to education and development.
Education International (EI) (the global union federation that represents education professionals worldwide) strongly believes that World Teachers' Day should be internationally recognized and celebrated around the world. EI also believes that the principles of the 1966 and 1997 Recommendations should be considered for implementation in all nations.
Over 100 countries observe World Teachers' Day. The efforts of Education International and its 390 member organisations have contributed to this widely spread recognition. Every year, EI launches a public awareness campaign to highlight the contributions of the teaching profession
I wish happy teachers day to all my teachers
So in your busy schedule this Friday morning, I urge you to take 10 minutes and email, call or write to teachers who have made a difference in your lives. Do it, they deserve it.
“The best teacher is the one who suggests rather than dogmatizes,
and inspires his listener with the wish to teach himself.”
Edward Bulwer Lytton
A good teacher is a master of simplification and an enemy of Simplism.
Louis A. Berman
A teacher's purpose is not to create students in his own image,
but to develop students who can create their own image.
A good teacher is like a candle - it consumes itself to light the way for others
Friday, September 4, 2009
So, keep yourself aware of all these scams to protect yourself and others
RPSC Website rpsc.gov.in
Update : RJS 2008 Result
High court ordered RPSC to show the answer sheet of RAS 2007 Mains to the petitioner Girdhari Lal. According to petitioner he has been writing mains since 1989 and appeared in RAS interview six times and he always secured around 800 marks but this time he can only manage to get 644 marks in mains so there are chances that his copies may have changed. High court Judge Ajay Rastogi ordered that the RPSC should show all the answer sheet of petitioner on 7th Sep. 2009 at RPSC office in Ajmer.
Thursday, September 3, 2009
There is one good news for all those who will be appearing in the coming UPSC Exams. Now UPSC officially comes out with previous year papers on its website and one can download them to have an idea of the pattern of the exam.
Here are some of the papers UPSC has published on its website.
Civil Services (Preliminary) Exam, 2009
List of Optional Subjects for Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2009
Combined Medical Services Exam, 2009
Combined Defence Services Exam (I), 2009
National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Exam (I), 2009
Engineering Services Exam, 2009
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
"History of the internet" is an animated documentary explaining the inventions from time-sharing to filesharing, from Arpanet to Internet.
The history is told using the PICOL icons, which are available on picol.org. You can get news about this project on blog.picol.org .
Voice-over by Steve Taylor http://voice-pool.com
You can get more information on this movie on my website
or on the PICOL-Project site where you can download a pre-release of the icons.
Credits for subtitles:
(The correctness of the subtiles depends on the people listed down here)
English: Stefan Badragan | youtube.com/StevXtreme
Italian: Stefan Badragan
Turkish: Zeynep Can
French: Arnaud 'dehy' DE MOUHY
Bulgarian: Andrian Georgiev
Chinese: Terry Lee
Portuguese (Brazilian): Guilherme Euler
Spanish: Mauricio Diaz Orlich
Polish: Agnieszka Marciniak
Greek: Pantelis Bouboulis
Also thanks to: Frederico Goncalves Guimaraes