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cant and remedial role in balancing the socio-economic fabric of the Country. In pursuance of this mission, the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) was created on September 26, 1985, through the 174th amendment to the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961. Currently, the MHRD works through two departments: • Department of School Education & Literacy


The National Council for Teacher Education, in its previous status since 1973,

was an advisory body for the Central and State Governments on all matters pertaining to teacher education, with its Secretariat in the Department of Teacher Education of the NCTE Research and Training (NCERT). The National Council for Teacher Education as a statutory body came into existence in pursuance of theNational Council for Teacher Education Act, 1993 (No. 73 of 1993) on the 17th August,1995.

The UGC Act And Rules & Regulations Under The Act, 1956 This publication has been printed under the direction and control of UGC and the Govt. of India shall not be deemed responsible for the material reproduced in this copy of the UGC Act, 1956 and Rules and Regulations under the cial purpose. Technical education in India contributes a major share to the overall education system and plays a vital role in the social and economic development of our nation. In India, technical education is imparted at various levels such as: craftscatering to various aspects of technological development and economic progress. •Constitution of the Technical Education Committee of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) of 1943; •Preparation of the Sergeant Report of 1944; and •Formation of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) in 1945 by the Government of India. The Bar Council of India is a statutory body that regulates and represents the Indian bar. It was created by Parliament under the Advocates Act, 1961. It prescribes standards of professional conduct, etiquettes and exercises disciplinary jurisdiction over the bar. It also sets standards for legal education and tion for students to enroll themselves as advocates upon graduation. Dental Council of India is a Statutory Body incorporated under an Act of Parliament viz. The Dentists Act, 1948 (XVI of 1948) to regulate the Dental Education


of India in the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (Department of Health) through Grant-in-aid. The General Body of the Dental Council of India representing various State Governments, Universities, Dental Colleges, Central Government, etc. 2

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ICP magazine is a monthly magazine and publishing English/Hindi language. The Magazine endeavors to enable its readers in meeting the challenges of globalized knowledge economy they live in, by providing in- depth information and advice on careers. ICP magazine will provide knowledge, solutions, questionnaires, entertainment, sports update, Crime news, national/international news etc‌..Help to achieve your career dreams with ICP !!!


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1) Editor Eye. 2) Gist Of Vivekananda 2) Articles 4) Academic i) Arts ii) Science iii) Commerce 5) Competative i)SSC ii) Bank PO 6) Professional i)CA ii) CS iii) CMA iv) Law v) IT Level 7) Fundamental Rights 8) Develop Your Skills 9) News Of The Month 10) Hot Jobs 11) Astrology BY Ashu Bhai Guru JI 12) Delhi hot Spots 13) Joke of the month


Editor Eyes

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Executive Team Editor in chief Dr. S.K.Singh Associate Editor Dr.Salendra Chatterjee Special Correspondent R.K.Singh (Advocate SC of India ) Production/Circulation Neha Tyagi Anjum Saurabh Kumar

Design & Layout Subhash Kumar HR & Administration J.N.Patel (Advocate ) Abhishek Kumar Singh (CA) Editorial Team can be contacted at : A-123 ,Gali no :2 , Metro Pillar no:36 , Shakarpur ,Near Laxmi Nagar Metro Station , Delhi-92

Today is the world of competition every person is involving to prepare any competition for achieving a reputed place in the society, thus education of each and every person was also dependent upon the scope and demand of industries as well as the government. Nowadays, the education scenario those jobs and courses which were not popular in ten years ago, are in boom now which require hardcore study material for understanding and advance techniques to solve them. This magazine has been designed with a view to giving and outlook of various career options available in today’s competitive era. Our endeavor has been to educate the students of various sections starting from the aspirants of civil services, banking sectors, staff selection commission jobs, or even for the students preparing for various entrance examinations of management, law, mass communication and hotel management . We will be grateful to you if you give us your valuable suggestions to improve the magazine further. Anticipating your positive feedback Sincerely yours Editor in chief Dr. S.K.Singh “If you have Knowledge, There is no Dearth of jobs for you”

“Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.”

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Gist of Swami Vivekananda Swami Ji Chennai 1897 English: Swami Vivekananda at Chennai in 1897, after the first tour of the West. Seated on floor:(second) Biligiri Iyengar; (fourth) M. C. Nanjunda Rao. Seated in chairs: Tarapada, Shivananda, Vivekananda, Niranjananada, Sadananda. Standing: Alasinga Perumal (first), J.J. Goodwin (second), M.N. Banerjee (third).

Gist of Swami Vivekananda Born into an aristocratic Bengali family of Calcutta, Vivekananda was inclined towards spirituality. He was influenced by his guru, Ramakrishna, from whom he learnt that all living beings were an embodiment of the divine self; therefore, service to God could be rendered by service to mankind. After Ramakrishna’s death, Vivekananda toured the Indian subcontinent extensively and acquired first-hand knowledge of the conditions prevailing in British India. Swamiji’s Contributions to India : In spite of her innumerable linguistic, ethnic, historical and regional diversities, India has had from time immemorial a strong sense of cultural unity. It was, however, Swami Vivekananda who revealed the true foundations of this culture and thus clearly defined and strengthened the sense of unity as a nation. Swamiji gave Indians proper understanding of their country’s great spiritual heritage and thus gave them pride in their past. Furthermore, he pointed out to Indians the drawbacks of Western culture and the need for India’s contribution to overcome these drawbacks. In this way Swamiji made India a nation with a global mission.


Vivekananda in Chicago, September 1893. On the left, Vivekananda wrote: “one infinite pure and holy – beyond thought beyond qualities I bow down to thee”.[1] Born Narendra Nath Datta 12 January 1863 Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India (now Kolkata, West Bengal, India) Died 4 July 1902 (aged 39) Belur Math, Bengal Presidency, British India (now in West Bengal, India) Nationality Indian Founder of Belur Math, Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission Guru Ramakrishna Philosophy Vedanta Literary works Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Jnana Yoga Prominent Disciple(s) Swami Ashokananda, Swami Virajananda, Swami Paramananda, Alasinga Perumal, Swami Abhayananda, Sister Nivedita, Swami Sadananda


Teachings of Swami Vivekananda: My ideal, indeed, can be put into a few words, and that is: to preach unto mankind their divinity, and how to make it manifest in every movement of life.Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man. The older I grow, the more everything seems to me to lie in manliness. This is my new Gospel. Teach yourselves, teach everyone his real nature, call upon the sleeping soul and see how it awakes. Power will come, glory will come, goodness will come, purity will come, and everything that is excellent will come when this sleeping soul is roused to self-conscious activity.This is the gist of all worship – to be pure and to do good to others. “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”

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The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna “Do all your duties, but keep your mind on God. Live with all - with wife and children, father and mother - and serve them. Treat them as if they were very dear to you, but know in your heart of hearts that they do not belong to you.

Sense of unity, pride in the past, sense of mission – these were the factors which gave real strength and purpose to India’s nationalist movement. Several eminent leaders of India’s freedom movement have acknowledged their indebtedness to Swamiji. Free India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru wrote: “Rooted in the past, full of pride in India’s prestige, Vivekananda was yet modern in his approach to life’s problems, and was a kind of bridge between the past of India and her present … he came as a tonic to the depressed and demoralized Hindu mind and gave it self-reliance and some roots in the past.” NetajiSubhash Chandra Bose wrote: “Swamiji harmonized the East and the West, religion and science, past and present. And that is why he is great. Our countrymen have gained unprecedented selfrespect, self-reliance and self-assertion from his teachings.” Swamiji’s most unique contribution to the creation of new India was to open the minds of Indians to their duty to the downtrodden masses. Long before the ideas of Karl Marx were known in India, Swamiji spoke about the role of the labouring classes in the production of the country’s wealth. Swamiji was the first religious leader in India to speak for the masses, formulate a definite philosophy of service, and organize largescale social service. Vivekananda’s contributions to World Culture : Making an objective assessment of Swami Vivekananda’s contributions to world culture, the eminent British historian A L Bashamstated that “in centuries to come, he will be remembered as one of the main moulders of the modern world…” Some of the main contributions that Swamiji made to the modern world


are mentioned below: 1. New Understanding of Religion: One of the most significant contributions of Swami Vivekananda to the modern world is his interpretation of religion as a universal experience of transcendent Reality, common to all humanity. 2. New View of Man: Vivekananda’s concept of ‘potential divinity of the soul’ gives a new, ennobling concept of man. The present age is the age of humanism which holds that man should be the chief concern and centre of all activities and thinking. Through science and technology man has attained great prosperity and power, and modern methods of communication and travel have converted human society into a ‘global village’. But the degradation of man has also been going on apace, as witnessed by the enormous increase in broken homes, immorality, violence, crime, etc. in modern society. 3. New Principle of Morality and Ethics: The prevalent morality, in both individual life and social life, is mostly based on fear – fear of the police, fear of public ridicule, fear of God’s punishment, fear of Karma, and so on. 4. Bridge between the East and the West: Another great contribution of Swami Vivekananda was to build a bridge between Indian culture and Western culture. He did it by interpreting Hindu scriptures and philosophy and the Hindu way of life and institutions to the Western people in an idiom which they could understand. Brief summery in next edition………


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“Action is the foundational key to all success.”

When life is busy, or all your energy is focused on a special project, it’s all too easy to find yourself off balance, not paying enough attention to important areas of your life. While you need to have drive and focus if you’re going to get things done, taking this too far can lead to frustration and intense stress.

The Wheel of Life...

That’s when it’s time to take a “helicopter view” of your life, so that you can bring things back into balance. This is where the Wheel of Life® (or Life Wheel) can help. Commonly used by professional life coaches, it helps you consider each area of your life in turn and assess what’s off

balance. As such, it helps you identify areas that need more attention. Figure 1 below shows an example wheel of life with example “dimensions” (we’ll explain how to choose the right areas of life or dimensions for you below).

Wheel of Life Example The Wheel of Life is powerful because it gives you a vivid visual representation of the way your life is currently, compared with the way you’d ideally like it to be. It is called the “Wheel of Life” because each area of your life is mapped on a circle, like the spoke of a wheel. The concept was originally created by Paul J. Meyer, founder of Success

Motivation® Institute, Inc. Using the Tool There are two ways you can use this tool. One is to use our interactive Wheel of Life tool below (click on the diagram to activate it). Alternatively, use the following steps to create your Wheel of Life and assess your balance. (This allows you to define your own dimensions.)

Wheel of Life Template 1. Brainstorm Life Areas Start by brainstorming the 6 to 8 dimensions of your life that are important for you. Different approaches to this are: •The roles you play in life, for example: husband/wife, father/ mother, manager, colleague, team member, sports player, community leader, or friend. •Areas of life that are important to you, for example: artistic expression, positive attitude, career, education, family, friends, financial freedom, physical challenge, pleasure, or public service.


•Your own combination of these (or different) things, reflecting the things that are your priorities in life. 2. Write These Down on the Wheel Write down these dimensions on the Wheel of Life diagram, one on each spoke of the life wheel. 3. Assess Each Area This approach assumes that you will be happy and fulfilled if you can find the right balance of attention for each of these dimensions.


How to Live the Best Life You Can :

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1 Start off by looking at yourself. Not in comparison to anyone else, but just look at yourself. Ask yourself these questions. • Who am I ? • Where do I currently stand in my life ? • What role do I play in others lives? (Sister, mother, friend, role model, teacher, partner, etc..) • Am I living to my fullest potential ? • Am I happy? Fulfilled? At peace ? • Why, or why not ? “If you have no critics you’ll likely have no success.”

Key Points The Wheel of Life is a great tool to help you improve your life balance. It helps you quickly and graphically identify the areas in your life to which you want to devote more energy, and helps you understand where you might want to cut back. The challenge now is to transform this knowledge and desire for a more balanced life into a positive program of action

2 One huge mistake : One huge mistake people make in their lives is sheltering themselves from pain. Hiding from the truth.Denying reality. DEATH exists. Become at peace with that. MURDERS and RAPE and DISEASES happen. Accept it. Once you face the facts that life isn’t all rainbows and butterflies, you will be more prepared to handle tough situations, and you won’t take disappointment as such a shock.

3 Determine which people in your life : Determine which people in your life are actually worth your care. Eliminate all the fake friends and the users from your list, and list only those who make you feel happy when you’re around them. Now make an effort to spend more time around those people, and less time around the people who do no good for you or your life. It’s okay to be a little selfish in this sense every once in a while. Just be sure you give back an equal amount to what you take (and that doesn’t only mean physical things, but emotional needs, as well). Brief summery in next edition………



Delhi is known for many things.

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There is the chaotic traffic, the stunning Mughal-era monuments, the street food, the burgeoning cultural scene that sees a steady stream of European designers and artists heading east in search of inspiration. There is poverty, of course, and the hubris that is the right of every emerging power. And then there is ONE THING THAT WE CANNOT FORGET IS DELHI POLICE. Delhi Police is the biggest metropolitan police in the world with 149 Police stations with its headquarter at Indraprastha Estate.

Delhi Police is composed of the following personnels:

• 3 Special Commissioners • 17 Joint Commissioners • 7 Additional Commissioners • 74 Deputy Commissioners • 272 ACPs Delhi is the capital of India and is the centre of wide range of political, cultural, social and economic activities. The Delhi police have to play a number of roles so far maintenance of law and order is concerned. Delhi Police is considered to be having the most advanced administrative system in India. It believes in the principle of ‘Citizen First’. Traffic control 2014

is very important in order to avoid accidents and in this field Delhi police is taking strong measures to assure safety to the people.

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