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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

CM Rupani advertised for these children, assistance of Rs 1500 per student

A meeting of the core committee was held at Gandhinagar, chaired by the Chief Minister and Deputy CM.  CM Vijaybhai Rupani declared lockdown in the schools of the state's ashram in the wake of corona virus, divorced hostels of the Samaras hostel and children staying in child protection houses.

 Gandhinagar: A core committee meeting was chaired by the Chief Minister and Deputy CM at Gandhinagar.  CM Vijaybhai Rupani, who was visiting his home in the state's ashram schools, the hostel hostels of the Samaras hostel and the child protection home in Lockdown, was declared dead following a corona virus.  He has announced a grant of Rs 1500 per student for April expenditure.

 An important decision was taken at a core committee meeting chaired by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy CM Nitin Patel.  The Chief Minister announced in detail that children belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backpunches and non-reserved classes who live and study in hostels, ashram schools.  He will be given regular food assistance by the state government.

 In the case of the current locksmith, these children have relocated or relocated to their homes.  An estimated 3 lakh 25 thousand children will be given Rs 1500 for assistance during April.  In addition, CM Rupani made another sensitive decision.  Lockdown in the State The government will provide 1,500 such assistance in April in the current lockdown in the state.

 In addition, children in the state who live in a child care home.  Such children will also be given Rs 1,500 a month ie April Mass Assistance.  It is worth mentioning here that after 1500 rupees of the core committee of CM Rupees, 1500 rupees will be deposited in the guardian bank account of all children.
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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019: Myth vs. Fact

There's a lot of information circulating about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID), so it’s important to know what’s true and what’s not. Lisa Maragakis, M.D., M.P.H., senior director of infection prevention at Johns Hopkins, helps clarify information to help keep you and your family healthy and safe.

TRUE or FALSE? A vaccine to cure COVID-19 is available.

The answer is false.

There is no vaccine for the new coronavirus right now. Scientists have already begun working on one, but developing a vaccine that is safe and effective in human beings will take many months.

TRUE or FALSE? You can protect yourself from COVID-19 by swallowing or gargling with bleach, taking acetic acid or steroids, or using essential oils, salt water, ethanol or other substances.

The answer is false.

None of these recommendations protects you from getting COVID-19, and some of these practices may be dangerous. The best ways to protect yourself from this coronavirus (and other viruses) include:

Washing your hands frequently and thoroughly, using soap and hot water.

Avoiding close contact with people who are sick, sneezing or coughing.

In addition, you can avoid spreading your own germs by coughing into the crook of your elbow and staying home when you are sick.

TRUE or FALSE? The new coronavirus was deliberately created or released by people.

The answer is false.

Viruses can change over time. Occasionally, a disease outbreak happens when a virus that is common in an animal such as a pig, bat or bird undergoes changes and passes to humans. This is likely how the new coronavirus came to be.

TRUE or FALSE? Ordering or buying products shipped from China will make a person sick.

The answer is false.

Researchers are studying the new coronavirus to learn more about how it infects people. As of this writing, scientists note that most viruses like this one do not stay alive for very long on surfaces, so it is not likely you would get COVID-19 from a package that was in transit for days or weeks. The illness is most likely transmitted by droplets from an infected person’s sneeze or cough, but more information is emerging daily.

TRUE or FALSE? A face mask will protect you from COVID-19.

The answer is false.

Certain models of professional, tight-fitting respirators (such as the N95) can protect health care workers as they care for infected patients.

For the general public without respiratory illness, wearing lightweight disposable surgical masks is not recommended. Because they don’t fit tightly, they may allow tiny infected droplets to get into the nose, mouth or eyes. Also, people with the virus on their hands who touch their face under a mask might become infected.

People with a respiratory illness can wear these masks to lessen their chance of infecting others. Bear in mind that stocking up on masks makes fewer available for sick patients and health care workers who need them.
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Friday, March 27, 2020

How to fill PDE form 1 - 2 - 3 for your project. It's so easy 👌Its just take 1 minute.

Here we have 3 form.

PDE -1
PDE -2
PDE -3

First go to 

1) PDE-1

 here no need to select anything .
Just scroll down and tick submit !

First PDE is submitted ! ..
Now download from upper side ! .. .


Jema **** karelu Che ej bharvanu .
Let’s start !
a – field of project –
mechanical engineering .
b – prior art –
project nu Nam avse . (short ma ..)
C – summery of project –
Copy.paste Karo.Tamara project no abstract .
d-  object of project –

Ekad function lakho main hoy e .
E – drawing farjiyat nathi  . pan  ek drawing muko to saru lage ..
Jo download from Google of any image related to your project . working images that looks real .
And uplode it ! .
F – description of project –
Copy paste Karo. Tamara project no abstract .
h ) claims –
ek feature / function lakhvu Tamara project nu
6 ) abstract of the project –
Copy paste Karo Tamara project no abstract .
OK done second PDE is submitted !
Download PDF of it .

3 ) PDE form 3 –

Open. it ..
See no need it do anything.
Just do submit .
And done  your PDE -3 is submitted.

So finally all PDE of yours Submitted .

All you need to do it call your guide and approv your PDE .

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Thursday, March 26, 2020

An engineering student has built a 'Kavach' for social distancing

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Are you finding it difficult to maintain the mandatory one meter distance from other people to avoid coronavirus infection? Do you forget to wash your hands regularly? Don't fret as an engineering student in Punjab has found a solution for all such problems.

Prabin Kumar Das of Lovely Professional University (LPU) has developed a device named 'kawach' (shield) which vibrates and glows in case someone breaches the user's safe space of one metre.

The device which can be worn as a pendant comes equipped with a 'hand wash reminder' feature that beeps every 30 minutes to remind the user to wash his/her hands.

It also has a temperature sensor that sends an alert to the user through SMS in case his/her body temperature crosses the prescribed limit.

"Kawach is a low cost and easy to carry device that comprises of an LED, vibrator, controller, battery, human body temperature sensor, ultrasonic sensor, switch and a storage card," Das told PTI.

"I noticed that people were finding it so difficult to maintain safe distance despite knowing how important it is. I thought the reminders we are giving each other are not enough and we need a constant reminder, hence I worked on the pendant," he added.

The device once commercialised will be available at a price of around Rs 500 and if produced in bulk can be a made available at Rs 400.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, social distancing is a non-pharmaceutical infection prevention and control intervention implemented to avoid or decrease contact between those who are infected with a disease-causing pathogen and those who are not, so as to stop or slow down the rate and extent of disease transmission in a community.

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Saturday, March 14, 2020

Top 10 Rivers in India.

Indus River is the largest river in India. Its length is approximate; 2900KM. It Originates in the northern slopes of the Kailash range in Tibet near Lake Manasarovar. India is a land of rivers and the Indian River system is classified into two part-Himalayan Rivers and Peninsular Rivers.

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Do you know the reason behind the fish rain?

There are several mysteries in the world that are difficult to believe. One of such is the fish rain. How does it happen? Is it possible? Due to which process the fish suddenly falls from the sky that too with rain? Let us study through this article.
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