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CM Shri Chouhan inaugurates PR Department's new-look website

CM Shri Chouhan inaugurates PR Department's new-look website

BHOPAL: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan launched the new-look website of Public Relations Department here today. He also unveiled mobile website m.mpinfo.org also. Public Relations Department's website mpinfo.org has been given a new look equipping it with latest techniques. Latest framework of new technology .net is used in the changed website. This has accelerated pace of searching and exploring. Home page of the website has been decorated with attractive colours. Social media, youtube, Facebook, twitter have been also linked. This has facilitated user to post their comments after use of the site.

 

State Government's flagship schemes lime Mukhyamantri Annapurna Yojana, Mukhyamantri Swarozgar Yojana, Atal Jyoti Abhiyan and Mukhyamantri Tirth-Darshan Yojana have been specially highlighted on the home page. Photographs and news pertaining to ministers have been displayed separately so that these can be available to users easily. Apart from Unicode, matter is also available in Chanakya and Krutidev fonts on the website. This has increased people's access to the website. The website in new look opens in all kinds of browsers. This has increased its reach and dependence on single browser has been reduced.

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08

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Rajasthan gives laptops, money to students to push for education reforms

Rajasthan gives laptops, money to students to push for education reforms

JAIPUR: In a bid to promote IT education in the state, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot distributed laptops and money to students here under the Rajiv Gandhi Vidyarthi Digital Scheme.

"These decisions and schemes would benefit the future generations, the youth, the students of Rajasthan. They would be empowered to do something in life, to achieve their goals. Today, we have distributed cheques worth Rs. 6,000 to all children who passed medium school so that they can buy PC Tablets. We would also distribute around 112,000 laptops over the period of two years amongst students," said Gehlot.

In his 2013-2014 budget address, the Chief Minister had announced that Tablet-PC would be provided to 3,50,000 students in the State. He had also announced that in the second phase of the scheme, 14-inch laptops would be provided to 1,10,000 students of the current and the last session.

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Mar

14

2013

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Aiita Courseware Cds Release by Colombian Scientist Hernandez

Aiita Courseware Cds Release by Colombian Scientist  Hernandez

Indore: Computer education and Information Communication Technology (ICT) have been getting buzzword nowadays across the world owing to better employment option it’s been really nice to educate student and youth through computer education apart from formal academic curriculum.  These views were expressed by Colombian Scientist Mr Abel Hernandez at releasing courseware CDs of all India IT Association (aiita) along with Vice President of aiita Dr. Dilip N. Pandit, Shri Abhay Praranjape and Ms Aleta M. Macan of Canada were present

On expressing his view Shri Abhay Praranjape spoke the significance of being computer litrate and utility of computer knowledge in cyber age.  Ms Aleta M. Macan echoed the importance of communication technologies along with the application of computer technology of our daily chores.

Mr. Hernandadez congratulated aiita for promoting the cause of computer education and computer literacy among youth and students in the remote areas of the country that is indeed the need of the hour. This is informed by Dr Rajeev Shrivastav secretary of aiita

Oct

17

2011

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In quest of serving mankind through compassions Wahlwies (Germany) downs to Berli (India) with Elisa.

Dr. Pandit, Ms Monica Nagori, Ms. Elisa and CEO Yogesh Jadhav of Barli along with tribal girls Dr. Pandit, Ms Monica Nagori, Ms. Elisa and CEO Yogesh Jadhav of Barli along with tribal girls


By Dr. Dilip N. Pandit

Humanity and human values have also been supreme over mechanical world of this era. Mind of human could be synchronized with mechanical observation or fluctuation but the heart would always be in different to feel in deep. Compassion is, one of the human virtue that make an individual more humanistic in knowing other people by heart. This could be wording of a language but heart knows only feeling of hearts through compassionate hearts. This is feeling of a Lacks of Southern Germany, Elisa Kohnlein, who visited Barli Women Institute, Indore India recently. Elisa’s interest grew during school days for community services and it centered her to Barli, India. Being a staunch German, Elisa head to learn Hindi language for communication among tribal girls of Barli. She picked up, rather fast, Hindi words and started  communicating through body language to get the deep in to the Heart and emotions of tribal girls around here. The motive behind her community services is just to know the human bondage and behavior toward learning and she got that through the link of basic instinct – compassion. Apart from different language, cultural values and food habits; Elisa mixed among other travel girl

Sep

10

2011

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MacBook Air 'doubles as a kitchen knife'

MacBook Air 'doubles as a kitchen knife'

When all your kitchen knives are in the dishwasher and you really -- just really -- need to chop up some carrots, what tool do you turn to for backup?

Well, the MacBook Air, of course. Apple's ultra-lightweight laptop computer has become the star of a few bizarre online cooking videos in recent years, with the latest showing the pointed edge of the contoured laptop being used to hack up carrots, apples, baby corn, mushrooms and even shrimp. (For some reason, the shrimp just make this seem all the weirder.)

"I'm definitely not suggesting that you try it at home, but -- if the following videos are to be trusted -- you could use your MacBook Air as a knife if there were a cooking emergency and every other sharp-edged object disappeared from your kitchen," writes Rosa Golijan, who called our attention to this trend with her post on the MSNBC blog "Gadgetbox."

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This isn't the first time the MacBook Air has been used in cooking, however, and it definitely isn't the first time someone has written about this computer being potentially-somewhat-maybe dangerous.Hilariously enough, the company describes the $1,000 laptop as "sleek, durable and ready for anything."

Here's a photo of someone using the

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