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  2. 1. Australian Open- French Open- Wimbledon- US Open. It is arranged on the basis of prize money from high to low.Coincidentally, we see that it turns out to be alphabetically arranged.
    2. Moody's investors service is the agency which improved India's economy ranking from BAA3 to BAA2, last year.
    3. Chronological order of Gandhi ji's movements in INDIA

    SATYAGRAHA
    Champaran – 1917
    To remove the hardships of indigo workers in Champaran exploited by the European planters.
    Ahmedabad 1918
    To end the deadlock between the mill owners and labourers who were overworked and under paid.
    Kheda – 1918
    To demand relief for famine-stricken peasants of Kheda regarding the revenue dues to be paid to the Government.
    In – 1919
    The first mass Satyagraha against the unjust Rowlatt Bill curbing the freedom of the Press.
    NON COOPERATIVE MOVEMENT – 1920
    Nonviolent non-co-operation movement to attain Swaraj and to implement Gandhiji's 7 point programme including Hindu-Muslim unity and removal of untouchability by surrendering titles and honorary posts awarded by the Government, boycotting Government schools, colleges, Law Courts, and legislatures, by starting national schools and by using Khadi.
    DANDI MARCH
    On – March 12 1930
    To protest against the unjust Salt law by undertaking a march from Ahmedabad to Dandi and to demand self-rule by boycotting of foreign cloth, picketing liquor shops and taking a pledge for fighting for Swaraj.
    CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE MOVEMENT
    On – Dec 31, 1931
    Civil Disobedience to achieve self-rule by breaking laws and ordinances and continuing the earlier programme of boycotting and picketing.
    QUIT INDIA MOVEMENT
    On -August 9, 1942
    Quit India movement for complete freedom for India and to demand immediate abdication of the British rule with a determination to 'Do or Die'.

    4. Tunisia is a North African country bordering the Mediterranean Sea and Sahara Desert. In the capital, Tunis, the Bardo Museum has archaeological exhibits from Roman mosaics to Islamic art. The city’s medina quarter encompasses the massive Al-Zaytuna Mosque and a thriving souk. To the east, the site of ancient Carthage features the Antonine Baths and other ruins, plus artifacts at the Carthage National Museum.

    Capital: Tunis
    Dialing code: +216
    Capital and largest city: Tunis; 36°50′N 10°9′E /36.833°N 10.150°E
    Currency: Tunisian dinar

  3. There are 4 grand slam played over every year
    1. Australia open – played on the hard surface and it is played on the last fortnight of January in Melbourne, Australia.
    2. French open – It is played on the clay surface and it is played at the end of May or the starting of June. It is also called as the Gross trophy.
    3. Wimbledon – It is played on the grass surface and it is played in UK during the month of July and it is the most prestigious trophy.
    4. US open – It is played on the hard surface at the month of September

    Our rating was upgrated from Baa3 to Baa3 by Moody's credit rating agency.

    The movement started by Mahatma Gandhi are
    1. Champaran Satyagraha(1915)
    2. Ahmedabad and Kheda satyagraha (1917)

  4. Answer of the day..
    Mapp…Tunisia(North Africa)
    Capital… Tunis
    Currency… Tunisian dinar.
    Neighbouring countries…. Algeria,Libya Mediterranean sea.
    2….Tenis open increase order
    Name established.
    Us open. 1881
    Wimbledon. 1877
    French open. 1891
    Australian open .1905
    3…rankings world's credit agency
    Standard & poor's ,Fitch and Moody's.
    American credit rating agency Moody's BAA3&BAA2.
    4…Gandhi movements.
    1917..champaran satyanarayan
    1918..kheda satyanarayan.
    1919… Non co operation movement.
    Satl satyanarayan.1930(Dandi March).
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    ASER and NAS both different way to reports .
    ASER conducts its assessment one-on one while NAS is a pen pepar test.
    ASER is aimed at a representative sample all children whether in school and attending or out of school wheras NAS is a representative sample of children who are enrolled in government or aids school.
    ASER focusses mainly on foundational skills like reading and arithmetic while NAS looks vider variety of skills.
    Boths are different way to given a information of report
    According to Article 21A Amendment 86 in 2010
    Given the free education 6-14 age group childrens.
    Government good working in education systems but wheres locality not working RTE.
    District information system for education database 2015 -16 33% of schools in country did not have the required number of teachers as prescribed in the RTE.
    ** ASER data concentrates on the 14_18 age group.
    Secondary levels student s find it difficult to read standard text meant for junior class or located their own state on the map even india capital.
    This will remove the lacunae in policy that awaits remedy seven decades independence.
    Also in good in south countries rulral kerala frontrunner internet access rulal benefits at the bottom of the heap.
    Digital divided the data generated by prathamis Annual Status Education on report 2017.
    Girls were worse off internet of access to computers & the internet.
    Most hard to reach such as girls the disabled ,orphans and from single parent families the solution have to localised.
    In union territory state education 100 in lakhawdhip campare to Bhihar 16.67%.
    *****Decentralisation..
    Panchayates ,perhaps at the district level decide to working days and holiday this would not only exponentially increase attendence teaching learning but also strengthen local panchayats.
    Basics minimum standard such as provision for toilets ,drinking water and class rooms.
    Teachers training.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Thanku sir ji

  5. Happy Morning Sir 🙂
    Happy morning to all 🙂
    ESSAY:
    >>>Comment on the latest finding of the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER)<<<<<
    INTRODUCTION:
    >2017 ASER report brought out by NGO Pratham focussed on 14 to 18 age group unlike earlier surveys,which measured learning levels in the 5-to-16 age group.
    >The survey looks 'Beyond Basics', exploring beyond foundational reading and arithmetic in an attempt to throw light on activity ability, awareness and aspirations of youth in this age group
    >ASER 2017 was conducted in 28 rural districts spread across 24 States and generated only district-level estimates.

    KEY FINDINGS:
    >14% of rural youth in the age group of 14-18 failed to identify the map of India.
    >Significantly, 36% of those surveyed did not know that Delhi is the capital of India.
    >Most 14-18 year olds are in the formal education system — only 14.4% are not currently enrolled in school or college.
    >About 25% of this age group still cannot read basic texts fluently in their own language.
    >The proportion of youths who have not acquired basic math skills by age 14 is the same as that of 18-year-olds.
    >Irrespective of students being enrolled in formal education, 42 % youths are working mostly in agriculture or household jobs.

    HIGHLIGHTS:
    >The number of girls enrolment falling sharply with age.
    >The consequence of the RTE has been that most tend to continue to stay within the formal education, even after 14 years of age.
    >The data shows that at age 15, 92.1% of the children surveyed continued to be in school/college.
    >Inability to apply basic literacy and numeracy skills to everyday tasks.
    >These skills that they are lacking in are important not just in terms of work but broader life itself.
    >Many of these students are the first in their families to complete eight years of schooling.
    >So, their ability to do basic calculations and make correct decisions is important not only for themselves but for the whole family.
    >Girls and young women have far lower access to computers and the Internet.

    CONCERNS / CHALLENGES:
    >The school education currently isn't equipping youngsters for life outside
    >While the youth are high on aspiration (about 60% wanted to study beyond Class 12), they are short on vital, everyday skills that are needed to help them get to where they aspire.
    >Gender divide with boys outperforming girls in almost every task such as counting money, adding weights and access to digital media.
    >14 to 18 age is a group high on aspiration but with limited access to information and counselling.
    >Merely increasing enrolment will not lead to the development of elementary skills that education is supposed to provide.
    >The quality of education remains a concern.
    >Deficiencies in the curriculum and teaching infrastructure.
    >Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) has not been much of a success in India's secondary education.

    WAY FORWARD:
    >As suggested by ASER there is a need to provide foundational skills in time.
    >73% have access to a mobile phone. So this is something the policy makers can build upon.
    >Academic skills don't seem to get transferred to life skills or everyday skills. It's time to connect the dots.
    >It probably involves a relook at the curriculum.
    >Need for foundational agricultural courses that replace the usual bachelor's courses, seeding the necessary improvement in rural livelihoods.
    >There need to be measures in place to identify and focus on students who have fallen behind in the earlier grades.
    >Interventions aimed at improving cognitive skills rather than mere enrolment rates are required to boost economic growth.
    >Need for early childhood interventions, retention of girl students, learning in primary schools and employability of students after high school.
    >In-school and after-school academic support that measurably increase student learning levels.
    >Regular assessments of teachers will determine individual gaps/needs in teachers.

    CONCLUSION:
    >The bright future of the nation lay in the hands of well-educated and well-informed people.
    >As India aspires to surpass major economies by 2030, it must also focus to meet the aspirations of India's young and provide them with an education system that is innovative and proactive.

    Thanks for reading,please review if possible 🙂

  6. Happy Morning Sir 🙂
    Happy morning to all 🙂
    ESSAY:
    >>>Comment on the latest finding of the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER)<<<<<
    INTRODUCTION:
    >2017 ASER report brought out by NGO Pratham focussed on 14 to 18 age group unlike earlier surveys,which measured learning levels in the 5-to-16 age group.
    >The survey looks 'Beyond Basics', exploring beyond foundational reading and arithmetic in an attempt to throw light on activity ability, awareness and aspirations of youth in this age group
    >ASER 2017 was conducted in 28 rural districts spread across 24 States and generated only district-level estimates.

    KEY FINDINGS:
    >14% of rural youth in the age group of 14-18 failed to identify the map of India.
    >Significantly, 36% of those surveyed did not know that Delhi is the capital of India.
    >Most 14-18 year olds are in the formal education system — only 14.4% are not currently enrolled in school or college.
    >About 25% of this age group still cannot read basic texts fluently in their own language.
    >The proportion of youths who have not acquired basic math skills by age 14 is the same as that of 18-year-olds.
    >Irrespective of students being enrolled in formal education, 42 % youths are working mostly in agriculture or household jobs.

    HIGHLIGHTS:
    >The number of girls enrolment falling sharply with age.
    >The consequence of the RTE has been that most tend to continue to stay within the formal education, even after 14 years of age.
    >The data shows that at age 15, 92.1% of the children surveyed continued to be in school/college.
    >Inability to apply basic literacy and numeracy skills to everyday tasks.
    >These skills that they are lacking in are important not just in terms of work but broader life itself.
    >Many of these students are the first in their families to complete eight years of schooling.
    >So, their ability to do basic calculations and make correct decisions is important not only for themselves but for the whole family.
    >Girls and young women have far lower access to computers and the Internet.

    CONCERNS / CHALLENGES:
    >The school education currently isn't equipping youngsters for life outside
    >While the youth are high on aspiration (about 60% wanted to study beyond Class 12), they are short on vital, everyday skills that are needed to help them get to where they aspire.
    >Gender divide with boys outperforming girls in almost every task such as counting money, adding weights and access to digital media.
    >14 to 18 age is a group high on aspiration but with limited access to information and counselling.
    >Merely increasing enrolment will not lead to the development of elementary skills that education is supposed to provide.
    >The quality of education remains a concern.
    >Deficiencies in the curriculum and teaching infrastructure.
    >Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan (RMSA) has not been much of a success in India's secondary education.

    WAY FORWARD:
    >As suggested by ASER there is a need to provide foundational skills in time.
    >73% have access to a mobile phone. So this is something the policy makers can build upon.
    >Academic skills don't seem to get transferred to life skills or everyday skills. It's time to connect the dots.
    >It probably involves a relook at the curriculum.
    >Need for foundational agricultural courses that replace the usual bachelor's courses, seeding the necessary improvement in rural livelihoods.
    >There need to be measures in place to identify and focus on students who have fallen behind in the earlier grades.
    >Interventions aimed at improving cognitive skills rather than mere enrolment rates are required to boost economic growth.
    >Need for early childhood interventions, retention of girl students, learning in primary schools and employability of students after high school.
    >In-school and after-school academic support that measurably increase student learning levels.
    >Regular assessments of teachers will determine individual gaps/needs in teachers.

    CONCLUSION:
    >The bright future of the nation lay in the hands of well-educated and well-informed people.
    >As India aspires to surpass major economies by 2030, it must also focus to meet the aspirations of India's young and provide them with an education system that is innovative and proactive.

    Thanks for reading,please review if possible 🙂

  7. Map practice
    ????
    Tunisia
    ✔currency – tunisian dinar
    ✔capital- tunis
    ✔largest city-tunis
    ???????
    Gandhiji come to india from south Africa on 9th jan 1915
    ????????
    Our country upgrade from moody Baa3 to Baa2

  8. About Tunisia
    Tunisia is a North African country haiving :-

    Libya in the South East
    Algeria in the West and South West
    Mediterranean sea in the North

    Capital :- Tunis
    Currency :- Tunisian dinar

    Grand Slam titles in their order during a year
    Australian Open > French Open > Wimbledon > US – Open

    Moody's Ranking has been upgraded for Indian Economy from " Baa3 with Positive Outlook * " to " *Baa2 with Stable Outlook "

    First three Movements by Gandhiji in India
    Champaran Movement 1917
    Kheda agitation in 1918
    Khilafat Movement In 1919

  9. Hlo Sir..
    Education system of India is very very bad i personally Has studied at govt school . But feeling very bad to share that When i Had gone to teacher to study something they told me that i would help you in exam don't wry but it was my own intention that i got graduated today….. but govt should do something to change system so that our generation can get best of govt facility at ground level…

  10. According by the annual status education report(ASER) education level in india very poor.in below 14 year attaindance level in school very good but after class vii in school students decreases,which the reason behind this fact that female student are absent due to lack of school infrastructer such as absent of toilet,water etc. also lack of interest study ,teacher not care students properly,not properly qualified teacher are there due these are the reasons students decreases after vii class decreases contineously.aser board established in 2010,also government take different scheme such as mills,free shirt pant ,scholarship,sarba shikha abhiyan but it donot control the situations

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