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Friday, 31 January 2020

Dekho Apna Desh Scheme 2020 Full Details

Dekho Apna Desh Scheme 2020 Full Details


Dekho Apna Desh: If you are fond of walking and you are short of money, then there is nothing to worry about because the Modi government has started a scheme in which the entire cost of your travel in India. The government will take up (Indian Government). The Modi government at the center has started this scheme to promote tourism in the country. Any citizen of India can avail of the benefit of this scheme. Under this program, by the year 2022, you will have to travel to 15 tourist places in other states except for your home state.





Under the scheme, you have to travel 15 tourist spots in 1 year
Must upload photos of tourist spots on the official website

The central government has started a scheme to promote tourism, in which the government will bear the full cost of your visit. Any citizen of India can avail of this scheme named 'Dekho Apna Desh'. Under this program, by the year 2022, you will have to travel to 15 tourist destinations in other states except for your home state and send photos to the government.



Get a chance to roam like this
Under this scheme, travelers will have to visit 15 tourist places in a year. That is, you can start your journey anytime, but have to finish it within a year. After visiting any 15 tourist places in a year, click the photo there. Your photo and spending details will have to be uploaded on the official website. Keep in mind that all these tourist places should be outside your home state. The photo is to click based on the Incredible India theme.

How to register?
To be a part of this scheme, you have to go to mygov.in and fill the affidavit. Information like name, address, and email ID will have to be filled in it. Within 1 year of filling these affidavits, you will have to visit the tourist places.

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Wednesday, 29 January 2020

India New Zealand 4th T20 Match super Over: Great Batting by KL Rahul

India New Zealand T20 MATCH  super Over: Great Batting by KL Rahul

In the 4th T20 International, India cricket team once again beat New Zealand cricket team in Super Over after a second successive tie at Westpac Stadium, Wellington on Friday. Chasing 166, New Zealand were coasting at one stage before the hosts committed harakiri to be restricted to 165 for 7. Needing 7 runs of Shardul Thakur's last over, New Zealand buckled under pressure and lost two wickets as India took the match into the Super Over for the second consecutive game.



In the Super Over, New Zealand made just 13 runs, a target which the Indians overwhelmed with one ball to spare.

India had earlier defeated New Zealand in the Super Over in the third T20 in Hamilton. The visitors now lead the five-match series 4-0. Earlier, sent in to bat, India posted 165 for 8, riding on Manish Pandey's 36-ball 50. For New Zealand, Ish Sodhi (3/26) took three wickets, Hamish Bennett (2/41) picked two wickets, while Tim Southee (1/28), Scott Kuggeleijn (1/39) and Mitchell Santner (1/26). The fifth and final T20 will be played on Sunday at Mount Maunganui.


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Tuesday, 28 January 2020

Census 2021 Manadvetan List Declared

Census 2021 Manadvetan List Declared


The Indian Census is the largest single source of a variety of statistical information on different characteristics of the people of India. With a history of more than 130 years, this reliable, time tested exercise has been bringing out a veritable wealth of statistics every 10 years, beginning from 1872 when the first census was conducted in India non-synchronously in different parts. To scholars and researchers in demography, economics, anthropology, sociology, statistics and many other disciplines, the Indian Census has been a fascinating source of data. The rich diversity of the people of India is truly brought out by the decennial census which has become one of the tools to understand and study India



Investors looking for investment avenues must be aware of certain rules and regulations that govern the Indian mutual fund sector – SEBI guidelines for mutual funds.

In India, the SEBI MF Regulations of 1996 govern the workings of mutual funds. These guidelines treat mutual funds like Public Trusts that fall under the Indian Trust Act of 1982. For handling mutual funds and to ensure accountability on the trustees, the guidelines specify a three-tier set up comprising of the fund managers, the investors, and the representatives.

The Securities and Exchange Board (SEBI) is the designated regulatory body for finance and markets in India. The primary function of the board is to protect the interests of the investors in securities and promote and regulate the securities market. SEBI has laid the ground rules for investors to become aware of the functioning of the mutual funds by providing necessary information. They serve to simplify the broad spectrum of mutual fund schemes that may often seem quite confusing to the investors. The guidelines on the merger and consolidation of mutual fund schemes issued by SEBI are aimed at simplifying the process of comparing various mutual fund schemes that are on offer by fund houses.

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Jaher Raja List Porbandar 2020 Gujarat all district Primary School Raja List 2020

Jaher Raja List Porbandar 2020 Gujarat all district Primary School Raja List 2020


Download porbandar Jaher Raja List 2020. porabdnar Jilla Panchayat shixan samiti Declared Jaher Raja List 2020 For all Primary school Of porbandar shixan samiti.

Investors looking for investment avenues must be aware of certain rules and regulations that govern the Indian mutual fund sector – SEBI guidelines for mutual funds.

In India, the SEBI MF Regulations of 1996 govern the workings of mutual funds. These guidelines treat mutual funds like Public Trusts that fall under the Indian Trust Act of 1982. For handling mutual funds and to ensure accountability on the trustees, the guidelines specify a three-tier set up comprising of the fund managers, the investors, and the representatives.





The Securities and Exchange Board (SEBI) is the designated regulatory body for finance and markets in India. The primary function of the board is to protect the interests of the investors in securities and promote and regulate the securities market. SEBI has laid the ground rules for investors to become aware of the functioning of the mutual funds by providing necessary information. They serve to simplify the broad spectrum of mutual fund schemes that may often seem quite confusing to the investors. The guidelines on the merger and consolidation of mutual fund schemes issued by SEBI are aimed at simplifying the process of comparing various mutual fund schemes that are on offer by fund houses.

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IAS Exam Question ::: 2 cows 2 days gives 2 litre milk ,how much milk gives 10 cows in 10 days

IAS Exam Question ::: 2 cows 2 days gives 2 litre milk ,how much milk gives 10 cows in 10 days





Answer Of this puzzle ::: 


2 cows-----2days-------2 litre
1 cow-------2 days-------2/2 litre
10 cows-------1day--------(1×10/2) litre
10 cows-------10 days----5×10 litre=50 litre

Right answer is 50 Litre

2 cows    2 litre  2 day
10 cows  x litre  10 days

2 * 2 * x = 10 * 2 * 10
4x = 200 
x = 50 
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How many Biscuit In Picture virul Puzzle on whatsapp facebook

How many Biscuit In Picture  virul Puzzle on whatsapp facebook





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Answer is : 21 Biscuits

अगर आप ने 19 बिसकिट्स कहाँ है तो आप का उत्तर बिल्कुल गलत है। क्योंकि सही उत्तर 21 है।

यहां हर चेयर में चार चार बिसकिट्स लगे हैं और वहीं बीच में कुल 5 बिसकिट्स हैं तो कूल मिलाकर 21 बिसकिट्स हैं।

अगर आप का उत्तर कुछ दूसरा है तो हमे नीचे कमेंट कर के बतायें। 
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Monday, 27 January 2020

About Corona Virus full Detail

About Corona Virus full Detail


A coronavirus is a kind of common virus that causes an infection in your nose, sinuses, or upper throat. Most coronaviruses are not dangerous.

Some types of them are serious, though. About 858 people have died from Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS), which first appeared in 2012 in Saudi Arabia and then in other countries in the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and Europe. In April 2014, the first American was hospitalized for MERS in Indiana and another case was reported in Florida. Both had just returned from Saudi Arabia. In May 2015, there was an outbreak of MERS in Korea, which was the largest outbreak outside of the Arabian Peninsula. In 2003, 774 people died from a severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak. As of 2015, there were no further reports of cases of SARS. MERS and SARS are types of coronaviruses.



But in early January 2020, the World Health Organization identified a new type: 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in China. By late January, there were 300 confirmed cases in China and a death count that was still in the single digits, but rising. And despite airport screenings, a traveler had brought the first case to the U.S.

What Is a Coronavirus?
Coronaviruses were first identified in the 1960s, but we don't know where they come from. They get their name from their crown-like shape. Sometimes, but not often, a coronavirus can infect both animals and humans.

Most coronaviruses spread the same way other cold-causing viruses do: through infected people coughing and sneezing, by touching an infected person's hands or face, or by touching things such as doorknobs that infected people have touched.





















Almost everyone gets a coronavirus infection at least once in their life, most likely as a young child. In the United States, coronaviruses are more common in the fall and winter, but anyone can come down with a coronavirus infection at any time.

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Read Divybhaskar Detail News Report 
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Saturday, 25 January 2020

Jamnagar Municipal Corporation (JMC) Recruitment for 157 posts

Jamnagar Municipal Corporation (JMC)  Recruitment for 157 MO, FHW, MPHW, Pharmacist & Lab Technician Posts 2020 (OJAS)


Total Posts: 157 Posts

Posts Name:
• Medical Officer: 12 Posts
• Laboratory Technician: 13 Posts
• Pharmacist: 12 Posts
• Female Health Worker (FHW): 60 Posts
• Multi Purpose Health Worker (MPHW): 60 Posts
Educational Qualification, Age Limit, Fee & Other Details: Please Read Official Notification.

How to Apply: Interested and Eligible Candidates may Apply Online Through official Website www.ojas.gujarat.gov.in

Important Dates:
• Starting Date for Submission of Online Application: 29-01-2020
• Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 12-02-2020

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Kuvarbai nu mameru yojna full Detail application form

Kuvarbai nu mameru yojna full Detail application form


Kuvarbai Nu Mameru Yojana Gujarat – गुजरात के महिला एवं बाल विकास मंत्रालय ने कुन्वरबाई नु मामेरू योजना नामक योजना शुरू की है। हालांकि, यह योजना विशेष रूप से अनुसूचित जनजाति और अनुसूचित जाति की लड़कियों के कल्याण के लिए शुरू की गई है आज हम आपको बताएँगे की कैसे गुजरात की लड़कियां इस योजना में आवेदन कर सकती है और इसका लाभ उठा सकती है 

कुन्वरबाई नु मामेरू योजना के लिए आवेदन कैसे करें
लड़कियों के योग्य परिवार एक साधारण आवेदन पत्र भरकर ऑफ़लाइन मोड के माध्यम से इस योजना के लिए आवेदन कर सकते हैं। इस योजना का आवेदन पत्र महिला एवं बाल विकास कार्यालय में उपलब्ध होगा आप वहां से आवेदन पत्र लेकर तथा उसे भरकर जमा कर सकते है इसके अलावा हमारे द्वारा दिए गए आवेदन पत्र के लिंक से भी आप ऑनलाइन आवेदन पत्र डाउनलोड कर सकते है 



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Friday, 24 January 2020

India New Zealand T20 MATCH super Over: Great Batting by Rohit sharma

India New Zealand T20 MATCH  super Over: Great Batting by Rohit sharma

Rohit Sharma hit two sixes off the last two balls off Tim Southee’s Super Over to clinch a thrilling win for India in their first ever Super Over appearance in the third T20I against New Zealand at Seddon Park in Hamilton. The Super Over win also meant India won their first ever T20I series in New Zealand. Both sides ended on level terms after the legitimate 40 overs of play. Batting first, Rohit Sharma’s 65-run inning powered India to 179 for 5 on a slow track. In reply, Mohammed Shami dismissed Kane Williamson (95) and Ross Taylor (17) in the last 4 balls of the 20th over to take the match into the Super Over.



Types of Mutual Funds
Mutual funds types are broadly classified on the basis of - investment objective, structure, and nature of the schemes. When classified according to the investment objective, mutual funds can be of 7 types - equity or growth funds, fixed income funds or debt funds, tax saving funds, money market or liquid funds, balanced funds, gilt funds, and exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Based on the structure, mutual funds can be of 2 types - close-ended and open-ended schemes. When mutual funds are classified on the basis of nature, they can be of 3 types - equity, debt, and balanced. There is an overlap in the classification of some schemes like equity growth funds which can fall under classification based on investment objective as well as classification based on nature.

We have explained some of the types of mutual funds, below:

Growth or Equity Schemes - These funds invest in equity shares and the investment objective is capital gains over medium or long-term. They are associated with high risks as they are linked to the highly volatile stock markets but over long term, they offer good returns. Hence, investors having a high appetite for risk find these schemes to be an ideal investment option. Growth funds can further be classified into diversified, sector, and index funds.

Debt Funds - Also known as fixed income funds, they invest in fixed income or debt securities such as debentures, corporate bonds, commercial papers, government securities, and various money market instruments. For those who seek a regular, steady, and risk-free income, debt funds can be an ideal choice. Gilt funds, liquid funds, short-term plans, income funds, and MIPs are the subcategories of debt funds.


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Thursday, 23 January 2020

GPSC Recruitment January 2020 for various posts

GPSC Recruitment January 2020 for various posts

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  • Online Apply start date :::  27-1-2020
  • Last Date for Online Apply::: 11-2-2020
total Post For GPSc Recruitment::: 89 posts

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Primary school teacher attendance latest News report

Primary school teacher attendance latest News report

FundsIndia is India's friendliest online investment platform. Here, investors (resident Indians and NRIs) get access to a wide range of Mutual Funds, Equities from the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Corporate Deposits from premium companies, and various other investment products in one convenient online location.

FundsIndia also offers a host of beneficial value-added services like free financial advisory services, flexible types of Systematic Investment Plans (SIPs), trigger-based investing, Portfolio-level SIPs, SIP Designer, Value-averaging Investment Plans (VIPs), instant Portfolio X-rays, and so much more that further enrich an investor's investment experience. Also, with India's most complete automated advisory service, Money Mitr, investors can get great mutual fund recommendations for lump sum and SIP-investing automagically.

Investing with a FundsIndia account is absolutely safe and secure. The platform is registered with entities such as the Association of Mutual Funds in India (AMFI), the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), the Credit Information Bureau Limited (CIBIL), the Central Depository Services Limited (CDSL), and the Central Insurance Repository Limited (CIRL).

Registering with FundsIndia takes less than two minutes, what with the Aadhaar-based eKYC system. This makes investing a paperless and hassle-free process, and FundsIndia the best investment platform in India.



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Wednesday, 22 January 2020

Download BPL List Gujarat

Download BPL List Gujarat


Encouraged by the result of Pilot data, it was decided by the department to use this technology for entire project. Accordingly NICSI was asked to carry out the work through its empanelled vendor. NICSI empanelled private vendor through the process of tendering. Before survey was conducted repetitive training programs were conducted through SATCOM facility to create awareness about the process of filling up the forms.. Training cum lectures were jointly organized by Department and NIC for APO,Monitoring who played important role at the District level. Main project was executed in different phases



1.Coding and design of input survey form: Since this survey involved input data from all Villages of Gujarat, each panchayat village was assigned 05 digit code along with District and Taluka code (District and Taluka codes are as per census 2001). Since conversion of survey data involved scanning of all forms, form was designed to suit the requirements of scanning to minimize errors. Forms were filled up in English, however for easy of understanding, heading of each column was described in Gujarati.

  • 2.Training to Field staff about filling up the forms. 
  • 3.Training cum lectures for APO, Monitoring.
  • 4.Survey at Field level by Gram Sevak, Teachers and Panchayat staff.
  • 5.District wise scanning of forms and conversion of data to database.
  • 6.Generation of error list through computer and correction of errors.
  • 7.Verification of 10% of data by DRDA and correction of errors.
  • 8.Compilation of data and generation of various query based reports.
  • There are about 68 lacks families surveyed in rural Gujarat. Total 19 parameters were captured which indicate the social and economic status of each family. Out of these 13 parameters are used to generate score of each family as per the guidelines of Government of India. Each parameter can have score ranging from 0 to 4. Thus each family gets his score out of 52. Various State and District wise reports indicating number of family at each score were prepared and submitted to department for further use. Online query modules are also prepared and available over GSWAN.
New BPL Yadi Gujarat 

Apply BPL Card | Download BPL List Online in GUJARAT– Apply for BPL Ration Card in GUJARATOnline. Application Form can be submitted through the Food and Supply Office (DFSO) in GUJARAT. You can also Check Your BPL Ration Card Status, BPL List and Search BPL Card Holders of GUJARAT State/UT Online.


New BPL Yadi Gujarat 

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Tuesday, 21 January 2020

Whatsapp will not work on millions of phones from February 1, Check your quick list somewhere if your phone.

Whatsapp will not work on millions of phones from February 1, Check your quick list somewhere if your phone.



 WhatsApp will stop working on smartphones with multiple Android and iOS operating systems starting February 1.  Facebook-owned messaging app WhatsApp has asked the company to discontinue support on the older OS version.  According to Facebook, Facebook will not work on Android 2.3.7 operating systems and smartphones running older OS.



 In addition, WhatsApp does not work on operating systems with iOS8 and above.

 However WhatsApp will work on Geo Phone and Geo Phone 2, including KaiOS 2.5.1+ OS based smartphones.

 Export option to chat and media file

 A new WhatsApp account cannot be created from February 1 on smartphones with older versions of Android and iOS operating systems.  Also, the old account cannot be re-validated on these smartphones.  If you are using a smartphone with an old operating system and wish that WhatsApp chat and information is not deleted, then before February 1, you will need to start using the phone with a new operating system.

 However, before February 1, you will have to export your old phone's chat and media file to the new phone.  For this you need to click on WhatsApp Export Chat.

 Whatsapp does not work on this phone

 Smartphones with operating systems running Android version 2.3.7 and earlier
 Operating system for iOS 8 and older
 All Window Based Smartphones


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Saturday, 18 January 2020

Unit Test Paper solution Std 6 Hindi Date 18-1-2020

Unit Test Paper solution Std 6  Hindi Date 18-1-2020


Dividend Reinvestment
As dividends and other interest income sources are declared for the fund, it can be used to purchase additional shares in the mutual fund, therefore helping your investment grow.

Risk Reduction (Safety)
Reduced portfolio risk is achieved through the use of diversification, as most mutual funds will invest in anywhere from 50 to 200 different securities—depending on the focus. Numerous stock index mutual funds own 1,000 or more individual stock positions.

Convenience and Fair Pricing
Mutual funds are easy to buy and easy to understand. They typically have low minimum investments (some around $2,500) and they are traded only once per day at the closing net asset value (NAV). This eliminates price fluctuation throughout the day and various arbitrage opportunities that day traders practice.

sarva shixa abhiyan gujarat Take Unit Test In every month and every saturday. Unit test Taken In All government Primary schools In gujarat.  Unit test also called as Periodical assessment Test. Unit Test Taken in Standard 3 to 8 for various subject in all primary school. We also Put Unit test Paper solution in every unit test for each subject of every standard. For unit Test Paper solution also Visit our official website www.tethtatguru.info  Now Sarv shixa abhiyan SSA going to Give Unit test Personel notebook to Every students.

Brief  Detail of Primary school Unit Test paper Solution :::: 


Exam body ::: Sarv shixa abhiyan
Exam date :::: 18-1-2020
Standard ::: 6
Subject :::   Hindi
category ::: paper solution
Paper solution by :::





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  • Std 3 paper solution
  • Std 4 paper solution
  • Std 5 paper solution
  • Std 6 paper solution
  • Std 7 paper solution
  • Std 8 paper solution

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Unit Test Paper solution Std 6 Sanskrut Date 18-1-2020

Unit Test Paper solution Std 6  Sanskrut Date 18-1-2020


Dividend Reinvestment
As dividends and other interest income sources are declared for the fund, it can be used to purchase additional shares in the mutual fund, therefore helping your investment grow.

Risk Reduction (Safety)
Reduced portfolio risk is achieved through the use of diversification, as most mutual funds will invest in anywhere from 50 to 200 different securities—depending on the focus. Numerous stock index mutual funds own 1,000 or more individual stock positions.

Convenience and Fair Pricing
Mutual funds are easy to buy and easy to understand. They typically have low minimum investments (some around $2,500) and they are traded only once per day at the closing net asset value (NAV). This eliminates price fluctuation throughout the day and various arbitrage opportunities that day traders practice.

sarva shixa abhiyan gujarat Take Unit Test In every month and every saturday. Unit test Taken In All government Primary schools In gujarat.  Unit test also called as Periodical assessment Test. Unit Test Taken in Standard 3 to 8 for various subject in all primary school. We also Put Unit test Paper solution in every unit test for each subject of every standard. For unit Test Paper solution also Visit our official website www.tethtatguru.info  Now Sarv shixa abhiyan SSA going to Give Unit test Personel notebook to Every students.

Brief  Detail of Primary school Unit Test paper Solution :::: 


Exam body ::: Sarv shixa abhiyan
Exam date :::: 18-1-2020
Standard ::: 6
Subject :::   Sanskrut
category ::: paper solution
Paper solution by :::





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  • Std 3 paper solution
  • Std 4 paper solution
  • Std 5 paper solution
  • Std 6 paper solution
  • Std 7 paper solution
  • Std 8 paper solution

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Unit Test Paper solution std 3to 8
Periodical Assesment Test Paper solution 2019



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Unit Test Paper solution Std 7 English Date 18-1-2020

Unit Test Paper solution Std 7  English Date 18-1-2020


Mutual Funds: An Overview
There are a variety of funds covering different industries and different asset classes available. Some of the advantages of this kind of investment include advanced portfolio management, dividend reinvestment, risk reduction, convenience, and fair pricing.


Disadvantages include high expense ratios and sales charges, management abuses, tax inefficiency, and poor trade execution.

Here's a more detailed look at both the advantages and disadvantages of this investment strategy.

Advantages of Mutual Funds
There are many reasons why investors choose to invest in mutual funds with such frequency. Let's break down the details of a few.

Advanced Portfolio Management
When you buy a mutual fund, you pay a management fee as part of your expense ratio, which is used to hire a professional portfolio manager who buys and sells stocks, bonds, etc. This is a relatively small price to pay for getting professional help in the management of an investment portfolio.

sarva shixa abhiyan gujarat Take Unit Test In every month and every saturday. Unit test Taken In All government Primary schools In gujarat.  Unit test also called as Periodical assessment Test. Unit Test Taken in Standard 3 to 8 for various subject in all primary school. We also Put Unit test Paper solution in every unit test for each subject of every standard. For unit Test Paper solution also Visit our official website www.tethtatguru.info  Now Sarv shixa abhiyan SSA going to Give Unit test Personel notebook to Every students.

Brief  Detail of Primary school Unit Test paper Solution :::: 


Exam body ::: Sarv shixa abhiyan
Exam date :::: 18-1-2020
Standard ::: 7
Subject :::   english
category ::: paper solution
Paper solution by :::





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  • Std 3 paper solution
  • Std 4 paper solution
  • Std 5 paper solution
  • Std 6 paper solution
  • Std 7 paper solution
  • Std 8 paper solution

IMPORTANT LINK FOR DOWNLOAD PAPER SOLUTION :::: 

DOWNLOAD PAPER SOLUTION FORM HERE
Unit Test Paper solution std 3to 8
Periodical Assesment Test Paper solution 2019



September Unit test paper solution


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Unit Test Paper solution Std 8 maths Date 18-1-2020

Unit Test Paper solution Std 8  maths Date 18-1-2020


Many of us dread the thought of managing our own investments. With a professional fund management company, people are put in charge of various functions based on their education, experience and skills.

As an investor, you can either manage your finances yourself, or hire a professional firm. You opt for the latter when:

You do not know how to do the job best – many of us hire someone to file our income tax returns, or almost all of us get an architect to do our house.
You do not have enough time or inclination. It’s like hiring drivers even though we know how to drive.
When you are likely to save money by outsourcing the job instead of doing it yourself. Like going on a journey driving your own vehicle is far costlier

sarva shixa abhiyan gujarat Take Unit Test In every month and every saturday. Unit test Taken In All government Primary schools In gujarat.  Unit test also called as Periodical assessment Test. Unit Test Taken in Standard 3 to 8 for various subject in all primary school. We also Put Unit test Paper solution in every unit test for each subject of every standard. For unit Test Paper solution also Visit our official website www.tethtatguru.info  Now Sarv shixa abhiyan SSA going to Give Unit test Personel notebook to Every students.

Brief  Detail of Primary school Unit Test paper Solution :::: 


Exam body ::: Sarv shixa abhiyan
Exam date :::: 18-1-2020
Standard ::: 8
Subject :::   MATHS
category ::: paper solution
Paper solution by :::





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  • Std 3 paper solution
  • Std 4 paper solution
  • Std 5 paper solution
  • Std 6 paper solution
  • Std 7 paper solution
  • Std 8 paper solution

IMPORTANT LINK FOR DOWNLOAD PAPER SOLUTION :::: 

DOWNLOAD PAPER SOLUTION FORM HERE
Unit Test Paper solution std 3to 8
Periodical Assesment Test Paper solution 2019



September Unit test paper solution


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Friday, 17 January 2020

Amazing Govt. School In surat with waiting List of 1500

Amazing Govt. School In surat with waiting List of 1500


Normally we have seen the admission line in the schools but these lines have only appeared in private schools but in the government schools in Surat, the guardians are standing in line to take admission. Last year, the school had 800 waiters which is 1500 waiting this year. Let's look at why parents are scrambling to get admission to this school

A mutual fund is a company that pools money from many investors and invests the money in securities such as stocks, bonds, and short-term debt. The combined holdings of the mutual fund are known as its portfolio. Investors buy shares in mutual funds. Each share represents an investor’s part ownership in the fund and the income it generates.

How To Buy And Sell Mutual Funds
Investors buy mutual fund shares from the fund itself or through a broker for the fund, rather than from other investors. The price that investors pay for the mutual fund is the fund’s per share net asset value plus any fees charged at the time of purchase, such as sales loads.

Mutual fund shares are “redeemable,” meaning investors can sell the shares back to the fund at any time. The fund usually must send you the payment within seven days.

Today, we are going to tell you a link to a government website (gov.in) that you can make a significant contribution to the development of your village, your community and your country, but you can see that How much money has been given by the government for the construction of your village (this data is completely authentic), if you find any irregularity, then you can make a complaint directly to the public hearing.




The only crowd you are seeing is for admission to Lines. You might be wondering what this is all about. In private schools, there is a need for admission. But if you know something to think about in these lines, what this line looks like is not from a private school but from a town in the Surat landing area, which is owned by Maharaja Krishnakumar Singhji Primary School No. 334, which is run by the Municipal Education Corporation, Palika.

When it comes to educating children in this school, there is hi-tech education. There are nice grounds to play. Qualified staff is facilitated to ensure that children are fully developed. In addition there are old traditional games for children to play. Games like Bhamrada, Lakhoti, Langi, Khokho are played. In today's mobile and computer age children are not physical games. These are the games that are taught. That is why parents are being bullied to teach their children in school.

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Thursday, 16 January 2020

How to Keep your self safe from cyber fraud

How to Keep your self safe from cyber fraud


Fuelled by internet and mobile penetration, digital payments have seen rapid growth in India, giving rise to multiple cashless payment applications and systems. According to the EY Global Fintech Adoption Index 2019, India is becoming a forerunner in global financial technology (fintech) adoption at 87 per cent, along with China. Data from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) highlights that the total volume of digital payments increased nine times over the past five years. This has been driven extensively by innovations in fintech and integrated payment platforms. This growth momentum is expected to continue with the RBI projecting a target of 10 times over the next three years.



The rise in digital payments has not only opened multiple avenues for businesses to explore online payment services, but also led customers to prefer this mode in almost all aspects of their daily lives—from small-value transactions to very large purchases. The convergence of technology, payment platforms, e-commerce and social media has simplified transactions and brought convenience to the palm of the user. However, there are roadblocks to this frenzied adoption of digital payment. These include frauds and scams, data protection issues, security concerns, infrastructure requirements, and lack of awareness about the risks linked to the digital ecosystem.

Know who you’re dealing with. In any transaction you conduct, make sure to check with your state or local consumer protection agency and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) to see if the seller, charity, company, or organization is credible. Be especially wary if the entity is unfamiliar to you. Always call the number found on a website’s contact information to make sure the number legitimately belongs to the entity you are dealing with.

Pay the safest way. Credit cards are the safest way to pay for online purchases because you can dispute the charges if you never get the goods or services or if the offer was misrepresented. Federal law limits your liability to $50 if someone makes unauthorized charges to your account, and most credit card issuers will remove them completely if you report the problem promptly.

Guard your personal information. Crooks pretending to be from companies you do business with may call or send an email, claiming they need to verify your personal information. Don’t provide your credit card or bank account number unless you are actually paying for something and know who you are sending payment to. Your social security number should not be necessary unless you are applying for credit. Be especially suspicious if someone claiming to be from a company with whom you have an account asks for information that the business already has.

Stay safe online. Don’t send sensitive information such as credit card numbers by email because it’s not secure. Look for clues about security on Web sites. At the point where you are asked to provide your financial or other sensitive information, the letters at the beginning of the address bar at the top of the screen should change from “http” to “https” or “shttp.” Your browser may also show that the information is being encrypted, or scrambled, so no one who might intercept it can read it. But while your information may be safe in transmission, that’s no guarantee that the company will store it securely. See what Web sites say about how your information is safeguarded in storage.

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Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Happy Re public day Whatsapp DP with indian flag

Happy Re public day Whatsapp DP with indian flag


Republic Day is a day to remember when the Constitution of India officially came into force on January 26, 1950. This historical act formally transitioned India to become an independent republic and hence it is celebrated on January 26 every year.

It's noted that though India gained freedom from the British rule after a long struggle in the wee hours of August 15, 1947. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru delivered his famous speech 'Tryst with Destiny', declaring India's independence to the citizens. But sadly this freedom did not come along with democracy and the right to choose your own Government. Since India didn't have an official Constitution then, our country was a constitutional monarchy under the rule of King George VI even after Independence. It was finally after two and half years later on January 26, 1950, when the Indian Constitution came into effect thus making India one of the biggest democracies in the world. It was on this day when India was declared as a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic. And to honour this day, the Indian Republic Day is celebrated with great fervour throughout the country every year on January 26.





How do Mutual Funds work?

A mutual fund is formed when an asset management company (AMC) pools investments from various individual and institutional investors with common investment objectives. A fund manager professionally manages the pooled investment by strategically investing in capital assets to generate maximum returns for the investors. Fund managers are professionals in the field of finance with an excellent track record of managing investments and have an in-depth understanding of markets. The fund houses charge expense ratio, which is the annual maintenance fee to manage investments of individuals. The investors make money through regular dividends/interest and capital gains. They can either choose to reinvest the capital gains via a growth option or earn a steady income by way of a dividend option.





2. Why should you invest in Mutual Funds?

Convenience
Investing in mutual funds is a paperless and straightforward process. Investors can monitor the market and make investments as per their requirements. Moreover, switching between funds and portfolio rebalancing helps to keep returns in line with expectations.

Low initial investment
You can have a diversified mutual fund portfolio by investing as low as Rs 500 a month. You also have the option to invest either as a lump sum or a systematic investment plan (SIP). However, when compared to lump sum investments, a SIP is capable of lowering the overall cost of investment while unleashing the power of compounding.







Tax-saving
Section 80C provides tax deductions on specific financial instruments, and mutual fund is one of them. Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS) has become a popular tax-saving option for Indians in the last few years, owing to its higher returns and the shortest lock-in period of three years among all Section 80C options.

Professional fund management
In mutual funds, your money is managed by a professional fund manager who is backed by a team of researchers. The fund manager formulates the investment strategy for your asset allocation. He/she will have real-time access to the financial environment and adjusts your mutual fund portfolio accordingly.




3. Things to consider as a first-time investor
Fix an investment goal
Defining your financial goals, budget, and tenure plays a significant role in your investments. Doing this will help you decide how much you can set aside towards investing and evaluating your risk profile. Investment always works best when done with a purpose.

Choose the right fund type
It takes more than reading about different mutual fund types to decide on the right category. Experts typically recommend a balanced or debt fund for first-time investors as it comes with minimal risks while providing higher returns.





Shortlist and choose one mutual fund
With a plethora of mutual fund schemes in each category, you need to analyse and compare them to pick the right one. Investors should not ignore factors such as the fund manager’s credentials, expense ratio, portfolio components, and assets under management.

Diversify your portfolio
Consider investing in more than one mutual fund. A portfolio of funds will help you diversify across instruments and investment styles. It will also even out risks – when one fund underperforms, the other makes up for the loss without bringing down the worth of your entire portfolio.




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Happy Re public Day Whatspp DP With Indian flag

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A mutual fund is a way to pool money in a variety of underlying securities to pool money from investors for investment. In ratio to their investment amount, a mutual fund house issues unit of mutual funds to unitholders. The investment objectives of a mutual fund are revealed in the offer document. Profits or losses are proportionately distributed to the unitholders. Before it can collect funds from the public, mutual funds in India must be registered with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).









Types of Mutual Funds in India

Mutual funds are categorised into several types based on their maturity period and investment objective. In India, mutual funds are categorised on basis on the type of underlying asset.


Equity schemes: These mutual funds provide capital appreciation for individuals who focus on medium- and long-term investment horizon. According to the Security and Exchange Board of India, equity mutual fund schemes should invest at least 65 per cent of the scheme’s assets in equities and equity-related instruments. These mutual funds are usually considered high-risk, as most of the investments are focused on equity products. These mutual fund schemes are best suited for those who are open to taking a market risk, and those looking for good returns over a long-term investment horizon.



Tax-Saving Funds: One of the most popular investment options which assist in efficient tax plannin are tax saving mutual funds, otherwise known as Equity Linked Savings Scheme or ELSS. The majority of the corpus in ELSS is invested in equity. ELSS has a mandatory lock-in period of 3 years. ELSS is the only pure equity investment that offers tax benefits up to RS 1.5 lakh in a financial year under Section 80C.
Aggressive Growth Funds: These mutual funds help you make tremendous returns from equity market investments. Using a beta tool, you can gauge the movement of the fund. This fund is, however, highly vulnerable to market volatility.





Debt schemes: If you’re someone who invests in debt mutual funds, chances are your money will be distributed in a variety of fixed income instruments such as government and corporate bonds, debt securities, as well as money market instruments. The units of the mutual fund have a fixed rate of interest which allows the investors to be aware of the returns right from the beginning. For investors who don’t want to take huge risks but want constant yields, it's an excellent investment alternative.





Open-Ended Funds: Open-ended mutual schemes are continuously available for subscription and repurchase. The important thing about open-ended mutual funds is that there is no set maturity period and investors have the choice of regularly buying and selling units at net asset value (NAV). The previous performance of these funds can be monitored, enabling the investor to make a well-informed choice. These funds are an excellent choice if the investor is looking for liquidity alone.

Close-Ended Funds: A closed-end fund works like a fund traded in exchange. A limited number of units are available for purchase in a close-ended mutual fund. During the New Fund Offer (NFO) period, the units of a closed mutual fund are available to the unitholders. The investors can trade the units on their NAVs at premiums or discounts. However, the redemption of these mutual funds is only permitted after the fund's maturity, which is typically between 3 to 7 years. These funds are a perfect choice for those investors who are not investing in short-term financial goals of a few months.






Growth Funds: Growth funds make up a large portion of the investment money in shares. This is a good option for investors who want to invest their surplus money and have a high risk appetite.
Income Funds: These mutual funds invest the investment amount in fixed income securities such as bonds, certificates of deposits and securities among others. It is a great option for risk-averse investors who have a few years of experience in investment.




Liquid Funds: These mutual funds invest in debt instruments and money market instruments with a short tenure of up to 91 days. Each investor is allowed to invest up to Rs 10 lakhs only. The NAV of the liquid fund is calculated for 365 days, whereas the NAV of other funds is calculated only on the basis of business days.




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