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International Day of Yoga

World Yoga Day

International day of yoga is also called as the world yoga day. United Nations General Assembly has declared 21st of June as an International Yoga Day on 11th of December in 2014. Yoga in India is considered to be around 5,000 year old mental, physical and spiritual practice. Yoga was originated in India in ancient time when people were used of meditation to transform their body and mind. Launching a particular date of practicing yoga all across the world and celebrating as yoga day was initiated by the Indian Prime Minister to the United Nations General Assembly.

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Yoga is very necessary and beneficial for all human being if it is practiced by all on daily basis in the early morning.  Official name of this day is UN International Yoga Day and also called as Yoga Day. It is a worldwide event celebrated by the people of all countries through practicing yoga, meditation, debates, meetings, discussions, variety of cultural performances, etc.

International Day of Yoga 2016 (World Yoga Day)

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World Yoga Day or International Day of Yoga would be celebrated by the people throughout the world second time on 21st of June in 2016, at Tuesday.

History of World Yoga Day

Celebrating yoga day all over the world as World Yoga Day or International Day of Yoga on 21st of June every year was declared by the United Nations General Assembly on 11th of December in 2014. The declaration was done after the call by the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi to the United Nations General Assembly on 27th of September in 2014 during his address to the UN General Assembly. He call the United Nations General Assembly for adopting 21st of June as an International Yoga Day to get all the benefits of yoga for the people all around the world.

Narendra Modi has said during his address to the UN General Assembly that “Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfilment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. It is not about exercise but to discover the sense of oneness with yourself, the world and the nature. By changing our lifestyle and creating consciousness, it can help us deal with climate change. Let us work towards adopting an International Yoga Day.”

The declaration of International Day of Yoga is the great moment for the India in the history. It took less than three months to be declared as the World Yoga Day by the United Nations General Assembly. Narendra Modi had called for it on 27th of September in 2014 which was finally declared on 11th of December in 2014. It was first ever in the history that the initiative of any country has been proposed and implemented in the UN body within 90 days. This resolution has been adopted under the Global Health and Foreign Policy by the General Assembly in order to provide a holistic approach to the people worldwide for their health and well-being.

In order to create a great level of consciousness and positively changing the lifestyle of worldwide human population Indian PM, Mr. Narendra Modi has put his views for adopting a day especially for yoga while address to the United Nations General Assembly. He asked to the world leaders for adopting international Yoga day to deal with the declining health because of negative climate changes. Especially, he suggested 21st of June for adopting the International Day of Yoga as this day is the longest day in Northern Hemisphere regions as well as of great significance for people in many parts of the world.

World Yoga Day Celebration

The celebration of the event International day of yoga is supported by various global leaders. It is celebrated by the people of more than 170 countries including USA, China, Canada, etc. It is celebrated on international level by organizing the activities like yoga training campus, yoga competitions and so many activities to enhance the awareness about yoga benefits among common public all over the world. It is celebrated to let people know that regular yoga practice lead to the better mental, physical and intellectual health. It positively changes the lifestyle of the people and increase the level of well-being.

All members, observer states, United Nations system organizations, other international organizations, regional organizations, civil society, governmental organizations, non-governmental organizations, and individuals get together to celebrate the International Day of Yoga in suitable manner according to the national priorities to raise the awareness about yoga.

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Objectives of World Yoga Day

International Day of Yoga has been adopted to fulfill the following objectives:

  • To let people know the amazing and natural benefits of yoga.
  • To connect people to the nature by practicing yoga.
  • To make people get used of meditation through yoga.
  • To draw attention of people worldwide towards the holistic benefits of yoga.
  • To reduce the rate of health challenging diseases all over the world.
  • To bring communities much close together to spend a day for health from busy schedule.
  • To enhance growth, development and spread peace all through the world.
  • To help people in their bad situations themselves by getting relief from stress through yoga.
  • To strengthen the global coordination among people through yoga.
  • To make people aware of physical and mental diseases and its solutions through practicing yoga.
  • To protect unhealthy practices and promote and respect the good practices to make health better.
  • To let people know their rights of good health and healthy life style to completely enjoy the highest standard of physical and mental health.
  • To link between protection of health and sustainable health development.
  • To get win over all the health challenges through regular yoga practice.
  • To promote better metal and physical health of people through yoga practice.

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It is the search engines that finally bring your website to the notice of the prospective customers. Hence it is better to know how these search engines actually work and how they present information to the customer initiating a search.

There are basically two types of search engines. The first is by robots called crawlers or spiders.

 Search Engines use spiders to index websites. When you submit your website pages to a search engine by completing their required submission page, the search engine spider will index your entire site. A ‘spider’ is an automated program that is run by the search engine system. Spider visits a web site, read the content on the actual site, the site’s Meta tags and also follow the links that the site connects. The spider then returns all that information back to a central depository, where the data is indexed. It will visit each link you have on your website and index those sites as well. Some spiders will only index a certain number of pages on your site, so don’t create a site with 500 pages!

             The spider will periodically return to the sites to check for any information that has changed. The frequency with which this happens is determined by the moderators of the search engine.

 A spider is almost like a book where it contains the table of contents, the actual content and the links and references for all the websites it finds during its search, and it may index up to a million pages a day.

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 When you ask a search engine to locate information, it is actually searching through the index which it has created and not actually searching the Web. Different search engines produce different rankings because not every search engine uses the same algorithm to search through the indices.

 One of the things that a search engine algorithm scans for is the frequency and location of keywords on a web page, but it can also detect artificial keyword stuffing or spamdexing. Then the algorithms analyze the way that pages link to other pages in the Web. By checking how pages link to each other, an engine can both determine what a page is about, if the keywords of the linked pages are similar to the keywords on the original page.

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Good News for Teachers: Exercise Builds Brain Power, Too...

As many educators can attest at the end of a busy school day, teaching can be physically demanding. The good news is that all your standing, walking, stretching, and lifting, day in and day out, is as good for your brain as it is for your body.

  • Regular physical activity is associated with increased production of the neurochemical BDNF, which supports the production of new neurons and synapses in your brain.
  • Exercise increases mass in areas of the brain involved in executive function, memory, and spatial processing.
  • The cardiovascular health effects of exercise extend to increasing the growth of blood vessels that improve oxygen flow to the brain.
  • Regular workouts help to relieve stress, alleviate symptoms of depression, and enhance a positive outlook.

Getting Stronger

Adding exercise to your daily routine, such as a brisk walk, run, bike ride, or workout at the gym, can enhance these benefits and help build stamina for energetic teaching. Physical activity guidelines for adults from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend at least 150 minutes of aerobic exercise per week, and at least twice-weekly muscle-strengthening activities that work out all major muscle groups (legs, hips, back, abdomen, chest, shoulders, and arms).

Regular aerobic exercise, which gets you breathing harder and your heart beating faster, improves cardiovascular health. Even ten-minute bursts of moderate to rigorous exercise can have a positive impact on your body and brain health. Here’s a good gauge of whether your workout is in the moderate or rigorous range of activity: When you’re walking, doing water aerobics, or riding a bike, if you can talk but not sing, you’re at a moderate level. During a rigorous workout, you won’t be able to say more than a few words without pausing to catch your breath.

Aerobic exercise gets a lot of attention, but muscle-strengthening exercises are crucial for body and brain health as well. Medical research shows that strength training benefits people of all ages, adds vitality, and can counteract some effects of aging. A pound of muscle burns calories more efficiently than a pound of fat, so adding muscle can increase your metabolic rate, enhance cardiovascular health, increase levels of “good cholesterol” (HDL), and trigger muscles to use more insulin, which reduces the risk of developing diabetes.

In addition, a study by researchers at the University of British Columbiafound that strength training improves the cognitive functioning and memory of older adults. Yoga, weight lifting, working with resistance bands or equipment, exercises like push ups that use your body weight for resistance, and chores that involve heavy lifting, digging, or shoveling are effective muscle-strengthening activities. As this list demonstrates, you don’t need to join a gym to build muscle, but it may be helpful to consult a trainer or a good book or online resource on strength training to develop an effective regimen that will work for you.

More Exercise, Better Rest

Another dividend of regular physical activity is a better night’s sleep. The stress of teaching can make it difficult to turn off your brain so that you can sleep well and wake up refreshed and ready for a new day. In a study shared by the National Sleep Foundation, participants who worked out at least 150 minutes weekly reported 65 percent better sleep quality than those who did not exercise regularly.

Getting adequate sleep (at least seven hours on average for adults) can help improve the ability to focus your attention on cognitively demanding tasks and reduce the tendency to feel sleepy or rundown during the day. Regular exercise results in more restful nights, which in turn can boost the energy that you need to take on the physical and cognitive demands of your profession.

Make It Fun

It’s easier to commit to a regular activity if you enjoy it. If you develop an exercise regimen that fits your individual preferences and that you look forward to, you will be much more likely to make it a long-term routine. You might enjoy a solitary walk in the woods or prefer a Zumba class with friends. Parents and grandparents can combine family time with exercise by engaging in active play with their children and grandchildren.

A final suggestion is looking for ways to add fitness breaks throughout your busy days. Incorporate a few moments to stretch and move about the classroom with your students during transitions between lessons. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Parking farther away from your destination adds a few extra steps when you run errands. These little habits provide refreshing reminders about the body and brain benefits of “getting physical.”

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GDCA Exam dates & syllabus

GDCA Exam is Conduct by MPSC (Maharashtra Public Service Commission) at Maharashtra State Level.
This Exam is Conduct for Training Course as Auditor of Co-Operative & Accountancy Organisations.

GDCA Exam eligibility-

Bachelor’s Degree in Commerce Stream Means B.Com graduation Degree.
If you are in Final year of B.Com then you can Apply for GDCA Examination.

After Getting Success in GDCA Examination you will get Full license for your Accounting & Auditing Works.

This Exam will give you Position of Government Servant.

GDCA Exam is Conduct Every year in Month of May.

GDCA Exam syllabus

Papers1. Theory and History of Cooperation
2. Co-operative Management
3. Co-Operative Law and other laws.
4. Accounts.
5. Co-operative Audit
6. Banking.

Paper No. 1 : Theory and History of Cooperation
Co-operation-Concept, Definition and Principle of Co-operation.
History Importance Relevance and Significance of Cooperative Law.

(a) Growth of Co-operative movement in India and Abroad and History and Significance of Co-operative Law w r. t. Development of Co-operative Movement.

(b) Role of leadership in Co-operative Development.
Place of Co-operation in modernization and Privatisation of World.
Main Recommendations of the following Committees and Study of such other Committees as may be announced from time to time.

(a)Maclagan Committee,
(b) All lndia Rural Credit Survey Committe, 1954,
(c) All India Rural Credit Review committee,
(d) Committee on Co-operative Credit; Mehta committee,
(e) CAFRICARD committee and Agriculture credit Review Committee.
Co-operative Education and Training Needs and Infrastructure.
Set up and Function of Department, Decentralization and Functions of Co-operation Department in Development of Co-operative Sector-Particular Reference in Maharashtra.
Role of
(a) National Cooperative Development Corporation,
(b) National Co-operative Union of India,
(c) National Dairy Development board,
(d) Khadi and Village industries Commission,
(e) Maharashtra Co-operative Development Corporation and Vaikuntha Mehta National Institute of Co-operative Management.
State co-operative Union.
Maharashtra state co-operative council.

Contact details-

Maharashtra Public Service Commission
Opposite High Court, Mahatma Gandhi Rd,
Mantralaya, Fort, Mumbai,
Maharashtra 400023 ‎
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Nagpur University BA B.sc B.Com Time Table 2016 1st,2nd & 3rd Year

Nagpur University BA B.sc B.Com Time Table 2016 1st,2nd & 3rd Year: Nagpur University is going to announce the NU (Nagpur University) BA BSC BCOM Exam Date Sheet 2016 Summer & Winter (Announced) Very soon on Official website of Nagpur University. Candidates can download Nagpur University Time Table 2016 BA B.Sc B.Com or RTMNU BA 1st year Time Table 2015-2016, Nagpur University RTMNU BA 2nd Year Time table 2016, Nagpur University RTMNU BA 3rd/Final Year Time table 2016 from the official website of Nagpur University RTMNU Exam will be held in approx March/April 2016. candidates can also search for Nagpur University RTMNU B.Sc 1st Year Time Table 2016, Nagpur University RTMNU B.Sc 2nd Year Time Table 2016 or Nagpur University RTMNU B.Sc 3rd/Final Year Time Table 2016. candidate who pursuing their B.Com from Nagpur University RTMNU Can download Nagpur University RTMNU B.Com 1st Year Time Table 2016, Nagpur University RTMNU 2nd Year Time Table 2015-2016 or Nagpur University RTMNU B.com Final/3rd Year Time Table 2016 From the Official Website. Nagpur University RTMNU Time Table/ Nagpur University RTMNU Date Sheet/ Nagpur University RTMNU Exam Date Schedule/ Nagpur University RTMNU Routine 2016 will be available in January/February 2016. candidates can download Nagpur University RTMNU Exam 2016 Time Table/ Date Sheet/ Exam Dates Schedule/ Routine In Pdf Format from the official portal

Nagpur University BA B.sc B.Com Time Table 2016 1st,2nd & 3rd Year
Name of the Organization: Nagpur University RTMNU

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Exam Name – UG Exam 2016

Stream Name – BA,B.Sc, B.Com (Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3)

Exam May be started from – March 2016

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RTMNU UG Exam 2016 Date Sheet BA, Bsc, B.Com
Nagpur University RTMNU is a state university and this university is the oldest institution in term of higher learning education in Rajasthan state. Examination may be conducted in March – April 2016. In this university various UG & PG courses are running with many colleges and examination for these courses may be started from February end. The courses are BA, BSc, BCom, BCA, BBA, BVA, LLB, MA, MSc, MCom, MCA, MBA, M.Phil, M.P.Ed, MHRM, MIB, MFC, LLM, MJMC, B.Ed, B.Tech etc. The UG stands for under graduate and PG stands for post graduate course.The admission procedure for these courses had been over. You can take admission in next session. The admission will be done on written examination or merit basis. Time table for the above examination will be uploaded very soon. We will also publish time table after official release. You can also download time table in PDF format. For confirmation you may visit official website of Nagpur University RTMNU
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