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OVERCOMING THE PROBLEM TO LEAD A SUCCESSFUL LIFE

Everyone wants to become a successful person in his or her life, wants to gain name and fame , wants branded cars and many more things. Nobody likes failure. Everybody in this world think they should get a huge amount of bank balance and they are successful.
BUT THIS IS WRONG
True success comes when you achieve success in health, wealth, relation and spirituality. These are considered as the 4 pillars of a successful, happy and healthy life.
1.Find your talent in yourself.
A  15 years old boy from New Delhi lost his father. When he reached 25 his mother passed away. His sister remained ill in depression and shock. But that boy didn’t concede desperation. He worked hard to support his family and remove all sorrow.His hard work and determination made him the king of the Bollywood. He is the none other thanShahrukh Khan. He says ‘The only cure to remove sadness was to keep on working’.
He is not only the single person who found his talent .There are many others like him :-�������������������…

DEMOCRACY IN CONTEMPORARY WORLD NOTES CLASS IX (N.C.E.R.T)

STORY OF CHILE
Democracy is the most desired form of government as it makes the government liable to the citizens for most of their actions.The transition from non democratic to democratic country has not been very smooth and clear for most of the nations. Salvador Allende :Salvador Allende Was president of Chile, a south American country. He was pro poor and workers. and the founder of socialist party led by the popular unity coalition. He was opposed from rich, landlords. Even America was unhappy with him.he took all political decision in favour of poor people.                His government was overthown by military coup in 1973.


He was also a founder of Socialist party of Chile. He also took several policy decisions to help the poor which includes, Reformed the educational system.Provided free milk for poor children.Redistributed land to the landless farmers.Opposed foreign companies which are taking away natural resources like copper from the country. So that the landlords, other poli…

HINDI ASSIGNMENT

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PHYSICS ASSIGNMENT

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ECONOMICS NOTES CLASS IX (N.C.E.R.T)

THE STORY OF VILLAGE PALAMPUR

PALAMPUR-It is an imaginary small village well connected by raiganj and shahpur through land routes (pakka road).Bullock cart tonga,bus,auto, jeep e.t.c are some means of transport used in this village. It has two primary schools and one high school. There is a government primary health Centre and a primary dispensary. About 450 families of different caste are living there.out of them 80 families were upper caste who owned most of the land in palampur.one-third of the land were owned by s.c and s.t. remaining land were unevenly distributed between poor and lower caste people. Main Production ActivitiesFarming is the main production activity in the village Palampur. Most of the people are dependent on farming for their livelihood. Non-farming activities such as dairy, small-scale manufacturing (e.g. activities of weavers and potters, etc.), transport, etc., are carried out on a limited scale by poor families in their home.


Factors of Production which are Requir…

GEOGRAPHY ( SILK ROUTE)

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Techniques of making Silk from the cocoons of silk worms were first invented in China around 7000 years ago They kept it secret for thousands of years Now some people from china went to distant lands to trade this silk-The path they followed came to be known as Silk Route. Silk Road, also called Silk Route, ancient trade route, linking China with the West, that carried goods and ideas between the two great civilizations of Rome and China. Silk went westward, and wools, gold, and silver went east. China also received Nestorian Christianity and Buddhism(from India) via the Silk Road SILK ROUTE SHAPED MODERN WORLD The Silk Road itself is just under 6,500km’s long and expands across much of Asia, the Middle East, into Europe and finally Africa. It gradually became a popularized route when first, the Persians, and then Italians, joined in the sericulture industry to produce the much sought after material: Silk. By the 13th century the Silk Road, or Silk route as it was also commonly referred to…

COMPUTER SUMMER VACATION ASSIGNMENT

OPERATING SYSTEM
An operating system (OS) is system software that manages computer hardware and software resources and provides common services for computer programs.

EXAMPLES OF OPERATING SYSTEM
The three most common operatingsystems for personal computers are Microsoft Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux.
Some examples include versions of Microsoft Windows (like Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP), Apple's macOS (formerly OS X), iOS, Chrome OS, BlackBerry TabletOS, and flavors of the open source operating systemLinux.


FEATURES OF OPERATING SYSTEM
There are lots of features in Operating system. They are: • Processor Management: Assignment to a particular job is done by operating system. • Memory Management: It allocates the main and secondary memory to the system programs and user programs on data. • Device Management: It perform the task of I/O management,so it co-ordinates and assign different I/O devices. • File Management: It manages files on different storage devices. •…