Values To Be Taught By A Principal

Values To Be Taught By A Principal

Dear Viewers: In this blog "Values To Be Taught By A Principal" we will discuss some very important issues and values, which a Principal of a school must teach in his school Being a Principal of a school, one should never compromise with the teaching qualities. The Principal should guide the teachers and authorities of the managements accordingly. Side by side he should also teach the different values of life. Being a Principal of a school, one should keep the following items in the mind. 1. Value of time: If a teacher comes late in school, then by default another teacher will come late. Then students will also come late. Therefore the assembly will start late and it will end late. This will hamper the first period. If the first period is late by five minutes then in one month 5x25 = 125 minutes late that is nearly one and half hours. In one year, 12 x One and half hour = 18 hours...
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The Administrative Responsibilities Of a Principal

The Administrative Responsibilities Of a Principal

Dear viewers: In this blog we have comprehensively enlisted the so far all the The ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES OF A PRINCIPAL with in the school.  There may be more.  After reading this blog please give us your invaluable inputs While in administration A principal has to pass orders. So what is an order? Any legal instruction is an order Since the Principal of a school is not a mini dictator so if he passes the order in a discussion form then its effect would be long lasting and very effective. A Principal must be firm and very soft spoken. anger is the false show of strength by a weak person, while politeness, and cool person mind reflects dignity and strength of a strong person The ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES OF A PRINCIPAL EDUCATION:  In education department The Principal should take the assigned classes with full devotion, so that the other teachers of the school should get inspired. Checking all the attendance registers, statistical registers, notice registers, and substitution registers,  class record register...
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Alloy

Alloy

Dear Readers: Today we will discuss about the alloy.  In our day to day life alloy has got immense importance.  The ratio of composition is very important while studying the alloy. Alloy can be considered as a solid solution. Eg. Brass (Zinc and Copper)   Duralumin - Al:Cu:Mg:Mn = 95:4:0.5:0.5 Used for making bodies of aircraft and pressure cooker   Magnalium – Al:Mg = 90:10 Used for making bodies of aircraft   Stainless steel – Fe:Cr:Ni:C = 73:18:8:1 Used for making utensils and cutlery   Manganese steel – Fe:C:Mn = 85:1:14 Used for making Armour plates and Rock drill machine   Nickel steel – Fe:Ni = 95:5 Used for making Automobile parts and Electric wire cable   Invar – Fe:Ni:C = 63:36:1 Used for making scientific instruments and metre scale   Brass – Cu:Zn = 70:30 Used for making decorative utensils, screws, cartridge, and parts of watch   Bronze – Cu:Sn:Zn = 80:18:2 Used for making medals, statues, utensils   German silver – Cu:Zn:Ni = 50:30:Ni Used for making electric heater, rheostat and decorative articles   Solder or Fuse metal - Pb:Sn...
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Plant Morphology

Plant Morphology

My Dear viewers: In this blog we will discuss about the Plant Morphology in brief   Plant Morphology Plant morphology "represents a study of the development, form, and structure of plants. So in this blog we will discuss the different forms of a plant parts and their functions like Root Stem Bud Leaves Flowers Fruit Seed Pollination Fertilization Germination   ROOT Root:  In vascular plants, the root is the organ of a plant that typically lies below the surface of the soil. Roots can also be aerial, that is growing up above the ground.   There are two types of roots Tap root and Fibrous root   Tap Root The main root that grows almost vertically down into the soil.  It is broad near the base of the stem and tapers towards the tip or apex.  Branches and Sub-branches come out from this main root and get spreaded out in the soil.  Eg.  Sunflower and mustard   Fibrous Root The depthless or adventitious roots.  Eg. Rice Regions of root: 1.  Root cap region Growing region Root hair region ...
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Interesting facts about Human body

Hi viewers: In this blog we will be discussing about some Interesting facts about Human body, which  are very important in your walk of life, as well as, in your examinations. Number of bones - 206 Number of muscles - 639 Number of kidneys - 2 Number of milk teeth - 20 Number of ribs - 24 (12 pairs) Number of chambers in the heart - 4 Largest artery - Aorta Normal Blood pressure - 120 - 80 Ph of blood - 7.4 Number of vertebrae in the spine - 33 Number of vertebrae in the Neck - 7 No of bones in middle Ear - 6 Number of bones in Face - 14 Number of bones in Skull - 22 Number of bones in Chest - 25 Number of bones in Arms - 6 Number of bones in each human ear - 3 Number of muscles in the human arm - 72 Number of pumps in heart - 2 Largest organ - Skin Largest gland - Liver Smallest cell - Blood cell Biggest cell - Egg cell (ovum) Smallest bone - Stapes Longest bone -...
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Interesting Q and A on Tissues

Interesting Q and A on Tissues

Hi viewwers: In this blog we will discuss 25 Interesting Q and A on Tissues, which are very interesting so far your examinations is concerned.  So lets us get started without doing much a do. Definition of tissue:  It is an organized mass of cells of similar structure, functions and origin.   Q1.  Who is the founder of histology, as a separate branch of biology?   Q2.  Group of cells morphologically similar and physiologically identical is known as …….........   Q3.  Name the tissue, which connects the bones.   Q4.  Name the tissue, which connects bones and muscles.   Q5.  Which tissue is branched in nature?   Q6.  Which tissue has intercalated disc?   Q7.  Name one tissue, which is multi nucleated.   Q8.  Where squamous epithelial tissue is found?   Q9.  Where ciliated epithelial tissue is found?   Q10.  Where the cuboidal epithelial tissue is found?   Q11.  What is the alternative name of squamous epithelial tissue?   Q12.  Name a cell of our body that can be over a foot long   Q13.  Why blood is called a liquid connective tissue?   Q14.  Cartilage is produced by __________   Q15. ...
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Angiosperm

Angiosperm

Hi viewers Today we are going to discuss about the The Angiosperms. Angiosperms are eukaryotic flower producing fruit producing plants. They may be May be herb, shrub and tree or may be annual, biennial and perennial type PROPERTIES ANGIOSPERM They are eukaryotic in nature They are autotropic Roots,stem and leaf are distinct Xylem and phloem are present Seeds are covered with fruits Fertilisation takes place after few days of pollination Leaves are of various types Flowers are of various types Mango,Coconut, etc. 1.   State five distinctive features of angiospermic plants. (3) Ans. i) Presence of flowers. ii) Formation of fruit. iii) Pollen grains are borne in anther. iv) Existence of double fertilization. v) Formation of triploid endosperm after fertilization. 2.  What are angiosperm and phanerogam? (1+1) Ans. a) The angiosperms are the highest evolved vascular plant producing flowers and fruits. b) All flowering plants are called phanerogams. 3.   Name three structures absent in dicot seed. (1) Ans. Coleoptile, coleorhiza and scutellum 4.  Name a nonendospermic monocot plant. (2) Ans. Arum 5. Name the fruit where fruit coat and seed coat...
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