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Current Affairs !!! International Day of Non-Violence observed globally The International Day of Non-Violence was observed across the world on October 2, 2018, on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the leader of Indian independence movement and pioneer of the philosophy and strategy of non-violence. Mahatma Gandhi’s 150th birth year celebrations begin in India Prime Minister Narendra Modi on September 15, 2018 launched the mega countrywide campaign- Swachhata hi Seva Campaign 2018. The culmination of Swachhata hi Seva Campaign and Mahatma Gandhi International Sanitation Convention marked the start of the 150th birth year celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi. India and Uzbekistan have decided to further deepen their bilateral ties by signing 17 MoUs in various fields including agriculture, Tourism, combating illicit trafficking, health and medical science and pharmaceuticals. The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet on October 1, 2018 awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine jointly to James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo for their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation. James P. Allison, Tasuku Honjo jointly win 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine Cancer kills millions of people every year and is one of humanity’s greatest health challenges. The laureates James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo successfully established an entirely new principle for cancer therapy by stimulating the ability of immune system to attack tumour cells. US and Canada sign trade deal replacing NAFTA Canada on September 30, 2018 agreed to sign a trade deal with the United States and Mexico, revamping the North American Free Trade Agreement after almost a year of negotiations. The new deal has been named the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). Uttarakhand HC directs state to provide reservation to transgenders in educational institutions The Uttarakhand High Court has the state government to provide reservation to transgender in educational institutions and public appointments. The direction is a part of a slew of directions issued by the court for the welfare of transgender persons in the state. World Habitat Day 2018 observed globally The main aim behind the observance of this year’s World Habitat Day is to address the municipal solid waste management challenge with a slogan ‘Waste-Wise Cities’. Assam to launch wage compensation scheme for pregnant women in tea gardens Assam Government has become the first Indian state to offer a Wage Compensation Scheme for pregnant women working in the tea gardens of the state. The path-breaking decision was taken by the state after contemplating the issues faced by women during pregnancy. Government constitutes Competition Law Review Committee to review Competition Act The Committee will review the Competition Act and its rules and regulations to change business environment and bring necessary changes, if required. It will look into international best practices in the competition fields, especially anti-trust laws, merger guidelines and handling cross border competition issues PM Modi inaugurates Conference on Academic Leadership on Education for Resurgence Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Conference on Academic Leadership on Education for Resurgence on September 29, 2018 at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi. The conference saw participation from the Vice-Chancellors and Directors of more than 350 universities. The Supreme Court of India has allowed the entry of women into the Sabarimala Ayyappa temple in Kerala. The apex court held that women, irrespective of their age, have the right to enter the temple. The CJI held that biological or physiological reasons cannot be accepted in freedom for faith. Indian Railways, Google Arts launch ‘Rail Heritage Digitisation Project’ Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has launched the ‘Rail Heritage Digitisation Project’ of Indian Railways in collaboration with Google Arts and Culture Association. The first-of-its-kind project aims to showcase India’s rail heritage to the national and international audience in an online story-telling platform. Centre of Excellence for Data Analytics inaugurated in Delhi The Centre of Excellence for Data Analytics (CEDA) was inaugurated by Union IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad in New Delhi. The centre has been created to support government departments to unlock the hidden potential of the data that they are generating as a part of the governance processes and use it to improve the overall governance. Petroleum Minister to launch SATAT initiative to promote compressed biogas as alternative fuel The Union Petroleum Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan will launch the Sustainable Alternative towards Affordable Transportation (SATAT) initiative on the penultimate day of the ongoing Swachhta Hi Seva campaign to boost availability of more affordable transport fuels. India, United Nations sign Sustainable Development Framework for 2018-2022 The Framework outlines the work of UN agencies in India to support the achievement of key development outcomes that have been identified in consultation with the government and are aligned to the national priorities. The Supreme Court of India on September 28, 2018 allowed the entry of women into the Sabarimala Ayyappa temple in Kerala. The apex court held that women, irrespective of their age, have the right to enter the temple. The CJI held that biological or physiological reasons cannot be accepted in freedom for faith. The United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said that the international sanctions on North Korea must remain and be vigorously enforced if diplomatic efforts at its denuclearisation are to succeed - a position facing resistance from China and Russia.
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Best Coaching For Bank-PO, Bank- Clerk, IBPS-SO, SSC CGL, CAT, RRB, GMAT, CTET, PTET, IAS, PCS , Punjab Govt. Jobs at the Affordable Fees in Ludhiana Study material will be issued by Institute Special Features of Our Institute 1. 3 Months, 6 Months, Life Time Validity till Student Clear Exam 2. Speed Test Series , Online Test, Written Mock Test, Surprise Test, Daily Test 3. Current Affairs Updated Notes till Student Clear Exam ( in Our Website) 4. Student can Clear his Doubts in Class room or By Phone Calls 5. You can attend doubt sessions till you clear your Exam 6. Student can attend regular classes if he/she has doubt in any topics 7. Expert Faculty Members 8. Classes 6 Days a Week ( Monday- Saturday) 9. Weekend Batches are also available ( Saturday- Sunday) Venue :- K2 Solutions Institute, SCO no 6, First Floor, Novelty Plaza, Bhai Bhala Chownk, Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana Phone No 9216345675 , 9316345675 , 9356345675 Email-id :- bm@k2solutiongroup.com
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K2 Solutions offers coaching for 11th and 12th Standard students. It also prepares them for entrance exams like JEE Main/CET (Engineering Entrance), JEE Advanced (IIT Entrance) and Medical Entrance. With experienced faculty, result-oriented content and intensive test-series (Boards + IIT JEE Main / Advanced / Medical Entrance) K2 Solutions aims to create a profound impact on students' learning and achievements in the field of Science. Objectives of the Course K2 Solutions has created tailored courses for students who aspire to get into IIT or any other prestigious Engineering or Medical college in India. The course aims to guide students to understand the concepts and their applications in detail. Intensive testing results in high scores in competitive exams. Teaching Methodology At K2 Solutions , teachers adopt flipped classroom teaching, using a learning management system. This methodology ensures better comprehension, higher retention and application of concepts. All students are provided tablets to view recorded lectures of modules as per the time table circulated by the teacher and answer MCQ tests at their home. The teacher then covers the same topic in class, thus ensuring a higher level of interaction and knowledge flow. At the end of each class, the teacher releases one or more MCQ tests through the teacher app to the students. This results in better retention. Teachers monitor all student activity and performance on the Learning Management System, enabling a more personalized learning. Venue :- K2 Solutions Institute, SCO no 6, First Floor, Novelty Plaza, Bhai Bhala Chownk, Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana Phone No 9216345675 , 9316345675 , 9356345675 Email-id :-bm@k2solutiongroup.com
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A nanny is a childcare provider who also handles other duties in the home, such as cleaning, doing laundry, or tutoring children. Nannies aid in the intellectual and emotional growth of the children they care for and often work for a family Should I Become a Nanny? A nanny is a childcare provider who also handles other duties in the home, such as cleaning, doing laundry, or tutoring children. Nannies aid in the intellectual and emotional growth of the children they care for and often work for a family for the minimum contract of one year. They can be employed part-time or full-time, and they often live with the families who employ them. The median annual salary for nannies, according to Payscale.com in January 2016, was $25, 692. Career Requirements There is no degree required to become a nanny, but an associate's degree and/or specialized certifications in early childcare development may help with career advancement. CPR and first aid certification are commonly required, though. Each family will have their own expectations for a nanny's previous childcare experience. Nannies are typically required to be at least 18 years old. Candidates must be in good health, up to date on immunizations and have negative results on a tuberculosis test. A clean criminal background and negative drug test are also required. You should also have strong communication and instructional skills. Patience is also needed and you need to have stamina to deal with high-energy children. Steps to Become a Nanny Let's find out what steps are required to become a nanny: Step 1: Gain Experience in Child Care Nannies should have as much experience as possible working with children, either through babysitting, daycare, teaching, or personal experience as a parent or a member of a large family. The amount of experience required will vary significantly from one family to another. Collect references: As you build experience, you should collect references and letters of recommendation from the families, centers, or schools you work with. Having solid references and accurate, up-to-date contact information will make it easier for a family to verify your experience. Volunteer with children: Volunteering through an organization that works with children, such as at a hospital or an after-school program, may expand your career opportunities. Volunteer work will also provide references and experience. Step 2: Earn an Associate's Degree A degree is not typically required, but some families may look favorably upon applicants who hold a college degree in early childhood education. An associate's degree program in this field can provide knowledge of child behaviour, development, and special needs. Attend parenting classes or lectures: You might benefit from attending lectures related to child development or from taking parenting classes, in addition to earning a degree. Lectures and parenting classes will teach you valuable communication and skills to use when working with children. Step 3: Join K2 Solutions Joining a K2 Solutions for nannies can be highly beneficial since we often have a wide variety of resources available to members that can help advance their career. The International Nanny Association (INA) provides access to continuing education information, mentoring programs, and other services. Additionally, the INA offers two professional exams for members. The basic skills exam tests a person's childcare knowledge in the areas of health, safety, nutrition and professionalism. The INA credential exam tests applicants on practical childcare knowledge, such as child guidance, family communication, multicultural awareness, and management skills. Passing these exams and earning their respective credentials can help you out to families when applying for jobs. Step 4: Obtain Additional Credentials Completing the Child Development Associate (CDA) program offered by the Council for Professional Recognition can help you stand out as professionals in the field. This national credentialing program assesses a person's knowledge and abilities in childcare. To earn the title of CDA, you must be competent in a variety of areas, such as safety, health, teaching, communication, creativity, socialization, family child care, and management. CDAs can also earn an additional endorsement in nurturing bilingual development in settings where English and a second language are regularly used. The CDA credential is required for child care center staff and preschool teachers in most states and thus may also provide nannies with alternate job opportunities. To become a nanny, you need to gain experience and skills in working with children, which may include getting a degree, attending training classes, and obtaining certification and professional credentials. Venue :- K2 Solutions Institute, SCO no 6, First Floor, Novelty Plaza, Bhai Bhala Chownk, Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana Phone No 9216345675 , 9316345675 , 9356345675 Email Id : bm@k2solutiongroup.com
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