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Lesson Posted on 23 Nov Exam Coaching/Foreign Education Exam Coaching/Advanced Placement Tests Coaching/Music Theory Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Arts and Aesthetics

It's a better life with Music

Deepshikha R.

- Working as Musicologist with Saregama India Ltd . - Teaching Computer Science & Music (hobby classes)...

Solfeggio (finger exercise) frequency - Made up of a 6-tone scale used a long time ago in sacred compositions such as the Gregorian Chants, these frequencies have a distinct influence on the brain of the listener and can help balance and energise them. It is possible to listen to recordings of one specific... read more

Solfeggio (finger exercise) frequency - Made up of a 6-tone scale used a long time ago in sacred compositions such as the Gregorian Chants, these frequencies have a distinct influence on the brain of the listener and can help balance and energise them.

It is possible to listen to recordings of one specific frequency, should you wish to work on a particular area of your mind, or several at once.

396Hz - Ridding yourself of guilt and fear. Use this frequency when you want to turn any negative emotions into joy. It will lift your mood and help you achieve a calmer state of being.

417Hz - Dealing with a situation and getting ready for a change. Change requires a lot of energy, which this frequency will help produce. It also cleanses terrible past experiences, to help you start anew.

528Hz - Transforming and repairing yourself. It is also great to listen to if you want to focus and boost your creativity, as it activates your imagination. Scientists use this frequency to repair broken DNA.

639Hz - Connecting with other people and healing or maintaining relationships. It favours good communication, understanding, empathy and love. It might be worth listening to it in the company of the people you wish to connect with.

741Hz - Finding solutions. This frequency will help you with self-expression and will also steer you towards a healthier lifestyle, as it encourages your cells to rid themselves of toxins.

852Hz - Developing your spirituality and your intuition. This frequency will help raise your sense of awareness and your ability to communicate with the spiritual plane. It increases your perception and can help you see through lies and illusions.

 

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Answered on 26 Jul Tuition/B Ed Tuition

Reeta Bosco

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Hi Neha, There some good colleges in Kolkata where you can pursue your B.Ed. I did from Christ University from Bengaluru, which is a very good college. All the best! Reeta Bosco
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Lesson Posted on 21 Jul Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Educational Technology

Identifying the Self

Sancy Harish

I worked as teacher in aided school and in CBSE school. I plan lessons that meets learners needs and...

Identifying the Self Do you know what is a self-concept is? Self-concept is what a person thinks consciously or unconsciously about him or herself. Self-concept is perhaps the basis for all motivated behavior (Franken, 1994). The things that a person experience by a person in the outside world is a... read more

Identifying the Self

Do you know what is a self-concept is? Self-concept is what a person thinks consciously or unconsciously about him or herself. Self-concept is perhaps the basis for all motivated behavior (Franken, 1994). The things that a person experience by a person in the outside world is a reflection of the self- concept of that person. It is the result of everything that a person has or has not experienced in their life.

 There are three main components in self-concept namely the ideal self, real self and public self. The ideal self is what a person would like to be such as good moral and well-respected person. The real self is how a person really thinks about oneself. Public self is what a person thinks others think of him or her.

There are certain factors that play an important role in shaping a self -concept. Some of them are relationship, family, health, status, work, ageing culture etc.

We can easily identify a person with a positive self – concept. Some of the characteristics of such a person are self-confidence, ability to accept criticism and not become defensive, setting obtainable goals, willingness to take risks and try new experiences

How can we develop a positive self- concept among students as a teacher? Some of the methods that a teacher could adopt are:

Treat children with love and respect, provide successful experiences, give praise and appreciation for achievements, avoid competition, and allow them to explore and learn, give opportunities to make choices, help them to release emotions positively. The teacher should be a good listener to them. The teacher should make each student feel that each one is given good personal attention also should encourage them to do activities or extracurricular activities.

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Lesson Posted on 20 Jun Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Basics in Education

Electrostatic Potential

M.G.RAGHU R.

I have more than 20 Years of experience in teaching PHYSICS for CBSE, ICSE AND STATE BOARD syllabus....

ELECTROSTATIC POTENTIAL An object at a certain height from the ground will always have some energy called potential energy. Similar to that a charge at a certain distance from another charge will also have an electrostatic potential.The electrostatic potential V at any point is defined as the work done... read more

ELECTROSTATIC POTENTIAL

An object at a certain height from the ground will always have some energy called potential energy. Similar to that a charge at a  certain distance from another charge will also have an electrostatic potential.

The electrostatic potential V at any point is defined as the work done in bringing a unit positive charge from infinity to that point.

In bringing the unit positive charge from infinity to a point, we must do some work against the force of repulsion (if we assume that  another charge is also positive)

The Work done by the force in bringing a unit positive charge from infinity to a point will be equal to the electrostatic potential (V ) at that point.

Potential due to a point charge, q  is given by       V = q / 4πε0 r

where q - charge, ε0 - permittivity of free space  and r - distance between the charges

EQUIPOTENTIAL SURFACES

An equipotential surface can be defined as the surface which will have a constant value of the potential at all points on its surface.

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Lesson Posted on 09 Jun Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Educational Technology

Why Predictive SAS Training Analytics Matters?

Techdata Mumbai

Techdata solution is providing Corporate Courses Sas Training in Mumbai and Pune Hadoop Training in...

SAS training students are aware that predictive analytics forms one of the key topics in the course. With predictive analysis better decision making can be arrived at. Many industry verticals use predictive analysis for insightful strategy design. Here are 3 quick examples 1 – AerospacePredictive... read more

SAS training students are aware that predictive analytics forms one of the key topics in the course. With predictive analysis better decision making can be arrived at. Many industry verticals use predictive analysis for insightful strategy design. Here are 3 quick examples

 1 – Aerospace

Predictive analytics taught during SAS training In Mumbai helps the executive to monitor aircraft health. It brings down maintenance costs and boosts aircraft up-time.

 2 – Financial services

SAS training students are taken through examples of financial services by way of creating credit risk models.

 3 – Healthcare

With pattern detection algorithms, SAS training In Pune students can spot asthma and COPD via instant feedback through a smartphone app.

Why it matters?

1 – Get a competitive advantage

With the massive demand for bringing out products in a crowded market, predictive analysis can help you craft a difference. Data drive predictive analysis implemented by SAS training students enables predictive maintenance, bring down chances of failure, forecast energy needs, and bring down operational costs.

 A classic example is the presence of sensors in cars. They monitor a car part’s health and send out warning signs to carry out proactive maintenance. This is a far better scenario than being reactive after the car fails on the road.

 2 – Handle Big Data better

Students of SAS classroom training in Mumbai learn that Big Data and predictive analysis go hand in hand. A fine instance is engineering data that collates data from diverse sources like sensors, actuators, instruments, and connected systems.

 Another example is the use of business data that comprises of sales figures, transaction data, and customer feedback. Businesses are increasingly employing predictive analysis on Big Data to gain invaluable insights.

 3 – Enhance data extraction

To obtain immense business value from big data, SAS training Mumbai students employ predictive analysis. With this, they employ tools like Spark and Hadoop and carry out accurate forecasting on various KRAs that define the growth and sustainability of a business.

 As an outcome, many businesses effectively acknowledge the immense insight generation prowess of predictive analysis in determining the fortunes of a business.

 These points show how important predictive analysis taught during SAS training Pune it not only boosts efficiencies but also cuts down on cost overheads. Be it sales, marketing, operations, finance, HR, or management strategy. The technique is employed by many to cut down the risks and improve the efficiency of decision making. This way, predictive analysis emerges as a significant business differentiator.  

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Lesson Posted on 09 Apr Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Basics in Education

Nuclear Energy

M.G.RAGHU R.

I have more than 20 Years of experience in teaching PHYSICS for CBSE, ICSE AND STATE BOARD syllabus....

We get the energy to do all our work in our daily life from different sources. Do you know what the source of energy for the plant life and animal life on our planet is? Yes, you are right! It is the sun which gives out light and heat for all the lifeforms on EARTH. But from where the SUN gets its... read more

We get the energy to do all our work in our daily life from different sources.  Do you know what the source of energy for the plant life and animal life on our planet is? Yes, you are right!  It is the sun which gives out light and heat for all the lifeforms on EARTH. But from where the   SUN  gets its energy?  It is obtained from the atoms present in the sun mainly from HELIUM  and HYDROGEN. The nuclear reactions of the atoms of these two elements continuously produce the necessary energy for the sun to survive for millions of years in the Milky Way Galaxy.  These reactions are called  NUCLEAR FUSION.

In nuclear fusion, two NUCLEI  of HYDROGEN  fuse together to form a HYDROGEN nucleus. A large amount of heat and light energy will be emitted, and that is being radiated into space, in this process.  Our planet earth  receives that  energy  and all the life forms survive.

Before we understand the process of nuclear fusion reactions that take place in the sun and distant stars, let us understand the process of a nuclear reaction that takes place in our planet, that is  NUCLEAR FISSION.   

Fission
After the discovery of the neutron. Enrico Fermi found that when neutrons bombard various elements, new radioactive elements are produced. However, when a neutron was bombarded on a uranium target, the uranium nucleus broke into two nearly equal fragments releasing a great amount of energy. An example of such a reaction is

n + U 235  ---> U 236 ---> Ba 144  +  Kr89 + 3n
Fission does not always produce barium and krypton. A different
pair can be produced, for example,
 n  +  U235  ---> U236 --->Sb133 + Nb 99 + 4 n

Still another example is
 n + U235 --->  Xe 140   +  Sr94 +   2 n
The fragment nuclei produced in fission are highly neutron-rich and unstable. They are radioactive and emit beta particles in succession until each reaches a stable end product.
The energy released (the Q value ) in the fission reaction of nuclei like uranium is of the order of 200 MeV per fissioning nucleus.

Energy can be released if two light nuclei combine to form a single larger nucleus, a process called nuclear fusion. Some examples of such energy liberating  reactions are

1H +  1H ---> 1H 2  + e+ v + 0.42 MeV
1H + 1H  ---> 2He + n + 3.27 MeV

To generate a useful amount of energy, nuclear fusion must occur in bulk matter. What is needed is to raise the temperature of the material until the particles have enough energy – due to their thermal motions
alone – to penetrate the Coulomb barrier. This process is called thermonuclear fusion.

Thus, for thermonuclear fusion to take place, extreme conditions of temperature and pressure are required, which are available only in the interiors of stars including the sun. The energy generation in stars takes place via thermonuclear fusion.

In the sun the fusion reaction is a multi-step process in which hydrogen is burned into helium; hydrogen is the ‘fuel’ and helium the ‘ashes’. This is called a proton-proton (p, p) cycle.

The first thermonuclear reaction on earth occurred at Eniwetok Atoll on November 1, 1952, when USA exploded a fusion device, generating energy equivalent to 10 million tons of TNT (one ton of TNT on explosion releases 2.6 × 1022 MeV of energy).
A sustained and controllable source of fusion power is considerably more difficult to achieve. It is being pursued vigorously in many countries around the world (including India) because fusion reactor is regarded as the future power source.

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Answered on 08 Apr Tuition/B Ed Tuition/Addressing Special Needs in the Classroom

My child seems not interested in her studies, she finds ways to escape school. She's very good at grasping... read more
My child seems not interested in her studies, she finds ways to escape school. She's very good at grasping and orals but very poor in writing. Her hand writing and vocabulary is very poor. She struggles with Maths. Please help! read less

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