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Teachers News / Dealing with difficult kids
« on: November 14, 2012, 11:32:20 AM »
By Fiona Baker,     expert
Dealing with behavioural problems early pays dividends later in life

Teaching mums and dads how to deal with difficult kids is one of the most powerful ways to stop naughty children becoming antisocial adults with mental disorders, says a Sydney child psychology expert.
Professor Mark Dadds, director of the Child Behaviour Research Clinic at the University of NSW, describes programs that teach parents how to deal with their kids conduct problems as "one of the major achievements of the mental health sciences .
"Evidence from our own clinic shows when parents of kids with [clinical] conduct problems are taught these strategies, about 60 per cent of kids move into a non-clinical range pretty quickly, Dadds says.

Phases vs problems

Conduct problems, he says, are ongoing and repetitive difficult behaviours. They can range from aggressive behaviours, tantrums and acting out violently to eating non-foods and not following instructions.
"Every child will go through?phases where they?display conduct problems " but if the phase?doesnt stop intervention is probably needed. See your GP and get a referral to a child psychologist, Dadds says.

Teachers News / Happy Bal Diwas
« on: November 14, 2012, 01:38:17 AM »
Bal Diwas Celebrated on 14th November every year in India with a great celebrity. This date was chosen as a day to celebrate childhood and specially chosen as it marks the birth anniversary of legendary freedom fighter and independent Indias first Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, because his love and passion for children.

Iko Allah / Ahoi Ashtmi Vrat
« on: November 07, 2012, 01:31:57 AM »
Ahoi Ashtami or Ahoi athen as known in common tongue festival is specifically meant for mothers who have sons. Mother's keep fast on this day and this is celebrated in the month of October- November (8th day after full moon of Kartik Hindu month). This festival falls on a week before Diwali. Mothers keep fast all day and in the evening offer Pooja water to stars and prey for their long life of their children. Many stories are associated with this festival which relate to asking for wish and blessings for their sons.

Iko Allah / Karwa Chauth TO ALL... ALL ABOUT KARWA CHAUTH
« on: November 02, 2012, 03:10:22 AM »
Karwa Chauth

Special Occasion For a Newly Wed Bride - First Karwa Chauth

 Karwa Chauth is a reflection of the rich Indian culture and value systems ingrained in the society. This is a ritual which is religiously followed by married women and more so those of north and north western India. This occasion is more important for all newly-wed couples. A newly married woman is made to feel very special by her relatives and immediate family members on this day. She is showered with blessings for a blissful married life and loads of Karva Chauth gifts.

 On the arrival of this festival, the market gets flooded with all the symbols that reflects the marriage status of a woman is in high demand such as jewelry, bangles, henna, sarees, lahenga-choli and many other traditional gifts. Karwa Chauth is a festival of great importance for all married women as it adds to a strong foundation of love and care a husband wife relationship. The festival is based upon the legendary story of a devoted wife, Karwa, and her efforts to save her husbands life.

First Baya
 This is a present that every mother sends or personally gives to her daughter for her Karwachauth. It comprises of eatables like salted mathris, dry-fruits and some gifts which have a utility in the day to day functioning of a married life. The woman's mother-in-law also presents gifts to all the members of her daughter's family along with Baya. Some mothers also send utensils in the Baya which the daughter later distributes amongst women who join her in her first Karva Chauth Puja.

First Sargi
 Also known as the pre-dawn meal, 'Sargi' is a meal prepared by the mother-in-law for her daughter-in-law on Karvachauth. It is a token of best wishes and blessings for a successful married life given by a mother-in-law to the daughter-in-law.

Karwa Chauth Gifts
 This is one tradition that follows after every other is done with. In the evening after completing all the rituals, the married women receives exquisite karwa chauth gifts from their husbands. In loving admiration of her day long Karwa Chauth fast, a husband presents his wife with Karva Chauth gifts. The gift that a woman receives on her first Karwa Chauth is generally grand and becomes a possession for lifetime. The day of Karwa Chauth develops a special kind of bond between the wife and her husband

World Talks / History Of Nobel Prizes
« on: October 29, 2012, 03:16:49 PM »
History of the Nobel Prizes
By Jennifer Rosenberg,

Alfred Nobel

A pacifist at heart and an inventor by nature, Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel invented dynamite. However, the invention that he thought would end all wars was seen by many others as an extremely deadly product. In 1888, when Alfred's brother Ludvig died, a French newspaper mistakenly ran an obituary for Alfred which called him the "merchant of death."

Not wanting to go down in history with such a horrible epitaph, Nobel created a will that soon shocked his relatives and established the now famous Nobel Prizes.

Who was Alfred Nobel? Why did Nobel's will make establishing the prizes so difficult?

Iko Allah / Shri Dev Guru Bhagwan
« on: June 07, 2012, 09:42:23 PM »
Bhagwan Dev Atma [shri Satyanand Agnihotri] an engineer from IIT Roorki was the founder of Dev Samaj
Dev Samaj was founded in Feb. 1887 at Lahore[now in Pakistan]. He expressed his views on different espects of life.

Forum Info / Guidance
« on: May 19, 2012, 01:48:32 PM »
Jack sir, please guide me to write the topic or posts in realinfo , so that it could be counted. As for many days my posts are not counted. I am not so expert in computer teck. Thanks.

Iko Allah / Indian Sants.[saints]
« on: May 17, 2012, 10:35:58 AM »
Saint Gyaneshwar.
It is difficult to pin point who axactlly Gyaneshwar was. He had too many talents, that is not easy to explain his contribution to the Indian culture. A spiritual leader. a master of yoga and an  enlightened one, you will be able to see the many faucets of his personality more clearly.

Iko Allah / A U M
« on: May 04, 2012, 07:14:14 AM »
A U M  is the highest name of God. It is comprised of three letters  A U M .This is one name comprises many others name of God.

Teachers News / CSR rules
« on: January 10, 2012, 06:23:11 AM »
As far as i undestand from the last one month,there is no one expert in csr specialy regarding school teachers.Every body tries to give answeres in his own way including myself.Ithink,teachers should make contact with sr.junion leaders[G.T.U.orP.S.S.F].One might read MULAZAM LEHAR or MULAZAM KENDAR or some one else empl. magzn.It is very useful and will be helpful to others.Tried it for 20 years,but now i am out of touch for few years.some one should try and help others needy person.Thanks.....hoping

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