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Tablet Smart Classroom Software Solutions for K12 School Education

It is said that those who don’t change with time have a hard time surviving. Technology has in fact played a very important role in changing people’s mindset. It has affected personal as well as professional lives equally. For instance, after the introduction of Smart Class Company in India Tablet classroom management software in India there has been a drastic change in the teaching and learning process.

One of the questions that might arise here is will such an application work? Many people who are strongly attached to their age old learning concepts including books, blackboard and chalks will face difficulty in accepting a new concept. But they are forgetting an important fact, that is, the current generation and their way of living which is attached to technology and gadgets. The Radix smart class is prepared to suit the needs of the current generation. It keeps up with the pace in which students wish to learn more in a better interesting way within a short period of time.

The software application is not only limited to the teachers and students in schools but it extends to connect the parents as well. This feature helps the parents to track the development of their children conveniently from their home or office. When it is about teaching students, the teacher sure has some added features in his/her software application that assists in controlling the students attention and keeping their concentration in the learning process as follows:

  • The teacher can share an image or a diagram through screen broadcast.
  • Distractions like games and social sites can be removed as per the teacher’s will.
  • The thumbnail of each student is visible on the teacher’s screen. It helps the teacher to check on each student individually.
  • In case the teacher has an important announcement to make. He/she can lock the student’s screens and make the announcement.

Since the tablet classroom management software in India is applicable to some major areas of teaching and training centers besides schools like Universities, BPO’s, MBA colleges, AutoCAD training institutes etc., hence there are more useful functions available in the software application. Few of them are listed below:

  • Along with image broadcast, video broadcast is also available.
  • Student thumbnails also work to mark the attendance of the students.
  • Chatting serves as an interaction and discussion method between the teacher and the learner. Important documents, learning materials also can be shared easily.
  • Pop quiz feature makes the learning experience even more interesting.
  • Collection of files and distributing them back can be done quickly and conveniently.

This software application sure has a lot to offer to this generation. It comes with guaranteed technical assistance for a year. Recently, the 8th version of the application was launched with more innovative beneficial features.

 

Tomorrowland 2014 Special Ringtone Collection

Download Tomorrow Land 2014 ringtones to your Mobile phone or tablet from AmzApk – 2014 dj Dimitri Vegas,Like Mike,Wolfpack,Hardwell,Steve Aoki.

Ringtones of songs from Tomorrowland festival Ringtone…. DJs from all around the world together make this moment a live event.

2014 will be its 10th year and in that time Tomorrowland has expanded to one of the largest dance festivals in Europe, with over 180,000 making the trip to the land of wonder in Belgium. Fifteen stages cover all genres of dance music, including a frankly incredible main stage set-up.

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Happy Gudi Padwa 2014

Happy Gudi Padwa 2014In the western part of India, the people of Maharashtra will usher in the New Year on Gudi Padwa on 31 Mar 2014. This New Year celebration in Maharashtra is known as Gudi Padwa and it is one of the major festivals of this region.

The date of the celebration is decided by the Hindu calendar followed in India and according to that, the date of Gudi Padwa falls on the 1st day of the month of Chaitra, which is also known as the Chaitra Shukla Pratipada. The day also declares the onset of the spring and thus the beginning of the harvest season in the state.
According to the holy Hindu scripture, Bramha Purana, Lord Brahma created the universe on the day of Gudi Padwa and hence, the date is considered auspicious to bring in the new year. Marathis also believe that it is the day when Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after slaying the demon king of Lanka, Ravana.

On Gudi Padwa Marathis will erect a gudi or a flag on their entrances. The flag is known as ‘Brahmadhwaj’ and is believed to be the harbinger of happiness, prosperity and victory.
Gudi Padwa is a three and a half day festival when the Marathis decorate the flag with garland, sugar crystals, flowers, mango leaves and then put a kalash at the top before erecting the ‘gudi’ at the front door. The ‘gudi’ is said to ward off the evil and bring in good luck and hope for the household.

Gudi Padwa has a great cultural influence over Marathis and they take this opportunity to showcase their traditions and customs. They will take special care in decorating gudis as they are considered to be very auspicious and important.

They normally wrap the long bamboo pole in bright color clothes. Earlier a gold or silver kalash was tied to the pole but now people use kalash made of copper or other economical metals. As is the custom, the gudi is hung at the entrance at sunrise and removed before the sundown.

The celebration is marked by both rituals and festivities. Marathis offer a special puja of neem leaves, tamarind, jaggery, ajwain and gram pulses to the gudi. They would then eat the offering as they believe it can cure various blood related ailments. Cleaning the house and wearing new clothes are also the integral parts of the celebration. It is also believed that buying gold and silver on Gudi Padwa would ensure year long prosperity and as a result, long queues can be seen in front of jewelry shops across Maharashtra.

Preparing elaborate meals are considered essential and you can taste some of the best traditional dishes during this time namely puran poli, soonth pak, shrikhand, and jalebis.

 

 

Happy Birthday to Swami Vivekananda- The Man who has reached immortality!

     Swami Vivekananda:–

12 Jan 1863 — 4 July 1902

Swami Vivekananda was born on this day, January 12th, in 1863 in Kolkata. Here is a quote from the wiki entry on him.
Swami Vivekananda was born in an aristocratic Bengali family of Calcutta in 1863. Swami’s parents influenced his thinking—the father by his rational mind and the mother by her religious temperament. From his childhood, he showed inclination towards spirituality and God realization. While searching for a man who could directly demonstrate the reality of God, he came to Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa and became his disciple. As a guru, Ramakrishna taught him Advaita Vedanta (non-dualism) and that all religions are true, and service to man was the most effective worship of God. After the death of his Guru, Vivekananda became a wandering monk, touring the Indian subcontinent and getting first-hand knowledge of India’s condition. He later sailed to Chicago and represented India as a delegate in the 1893 Parliament of World Religions. An eloquent speaker, Vivekananda was invited to several forums in the United States and spoke at universities and clubs. He conducted hundreds of public and private lectures and classes, disseminating Vedanta and Yoga in America, England and a few other countries in Europe. He also established the Vedanta societies in America and England. Later he sailed back to India and in 1897 founded the Ramakrishna Math andRamakrishna Mission, a philanthropic and spiritual organization.

Happy Uttarayan 2013

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Uttarayan Celebration

Uttarayan(known as Makar Sakranti in other parts of India) is the day when the sun starts to travel northwards marking the decline of winter. The days become longer, the skies clearer and the breeze cooler. Gujarat celebrates 2,000 festivals every year! Among these, the festival of Uttarayan is one of the grandest and stands tall. In Gujarat, Uttarayan is a holiday when every family can be met outdoors. People of all ages fly kites from dawn to dusk. Crowded rooftops, fun-loving rivalry to outdo each other in kite flying skills and delicious traditional Gujarati feast are the hallmarks of the day.

History & Significance:-The fascination and the revelry associated with the kite flying cuts across age groups, class and communities. Although, Uttarayan is predominantly a Hindu festival marking the awakening of the gods from their deep slumber, history has it that India developed a rich tradition of kite flying due to the patronage of the Kings and Nawabs who found the sport both entertaining and a way of displaying their prowess. Trained fliers were employed to fly kites for kings. Slowly, the art started becoming popular amongst the masses. Today, manufacturing of kites is a serious business. It attracts big names of the corporate world as kites provide for the most cost-effective opportunity for branding. The stakes are high and prizes for the competition grand.

Months before the festival of Uttarayan, homes in the localities of various cities in Gujarat turn into kite producing factories with all family members doing their bit in the seasonal cottage business. The paper and sticks are cut, the glue is stirred and thousands of kites are prepared in the market. The string is coated with a special glass powder and rice paste, all set to cut each other’s strings and knock down the kites. The size of the kite ranges from nine inches to three feet.
Members of various communities irrespective of cast and creed are engaged in the business of kites. Rich or poor, people enjoy this festival in their own ways. The aerodynamic skill, devotion and ingenuity that goes into the kite making and flying is almost a religion in itself, honed to the level of an art form, though it looks deceptively simple.

Uttarayan is the time to indulge in ceaseless amazement – in the most pulse racing kite competitions. There are kites and more kites, in all shapes and designs, but some stand out for their sheer size and novelty.
And the excitement continues even after dark. The nights see the arrival of the illuminated box kites, often in a series strung on one line, to be launched into the sky. Known as tukkals, these kites add a touch of splendor to the dark sky. What’s more, the day is marked with the traditional food/delicacy festival of Gujarat like the undhiyu (a delicacy of vegetables), jalebi (sweets), til ladoo (sweets made of sesame seeds) and chikki for the guests from different parts of world.

The International Kite Festival

Every year, the extraordinary fanfare associated with the paper works of art called kite brings people together from far and wide – be it from Japan, Australia, Malaysia, USA, Brazil, Canada and European Countries – to participate in the International Kite Festival.

–>Happy UTtarayaN to all my FrIeNd………………… enjoy with safety 🙂 make it memorable

31st December New Year Evening Party 2012 in Ahmedabad

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Celebration for New Year begins from New Year’s evening 31st December; this is the Last day of Gregorian calendar. 31st December is Day before a New Year; it is also call New Year’s Eve.

People celebrate New Year Evening with parties, family gatherings, Traditional foods, fireworks all dress colorfully and indulge in fun filled activities such as singing, playing games, dancing, and attending parties. Night clubs, movie theatres, resorts, restaurants and amusement parks are filled with people of all ages.

New Year’s evening is Public Holiday in most countries. New Year celebrations are incomplete without DJ & Dance Party. All Enjoys Dance Party with Family & Friends till Mid Night with large Gatherings.

People Celebrate on New Year’s Evening by wearing New Dresses and go to New Year Evening parties till Mid night  All eagerly waits for New Year to start At 12 a.m. 31st December Night and  then the celebration For the New year Starts and all Well Comes New Year with Joy, New beginning  Happiness & New Hope.

All greet and wish each other Happy New Year. Exchanging messages, greeting cards and gifts. The media covers many New Year events which are showcased on prime channels for most of the day. The age-old tradition of planning new promises for the coming year is a common sight. A few of the most popular resolutions include losing weight, developing good Habits, and working hard.

The idea is to wave goodbye to the year gone-by and welcome the New Year in the hope that it will invite lot of happiness and joy in everyone’s life.

So what’s your plan for 31st December New Year Eve Party 2012???