Tuesday, 9 October 2018

IAF DAY - 08 OCT 2018

छावनी भारतीय वायुसेना भारतीय सशस्त्र सेना का एक अंग है जो वायु युद्ध, वायु सुरक्षा, एवं वायु चौकसी का महत्वपूर्ण काम देश के लिए करती है। इसकी स्थापना ८ अक्टूबर १९३२ को की गयी थी। आजादी से पूर्व इसे रॉयल इंडियन एयरफोर्स के नाम से जाना जाता था और १९४५ के द्वितीय विश्वयुद्ध में इसने महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाई थी।विकिपीडिया
स्थापना8 अक्तूबर 1932, भारत
वैद्युत युद्धबेरिएव ए-५० ई/आइ
गुप्तचर विमानआइएआइ सर्चर, आइएआइ Heron
आदर्श वाक्यनभःस्पृशं दीप्तम्

Saturday, 6 October 2018


01 OCT TO 07 OCT 2018

Mr. Mandeep Singh
SBI Zonal office Rewari  
Ex student of KV Rewari 
updating Teachers on safe investment

Informed Investor- By SBI & NSE

Friday, 5 October 2018



Sunday, 30 September 2018




Saturday, 29 September 2018

Indian Oil Sports Scholarship scheme for upcoming Sportsperson


IndianOil Sports Scholarship
The objective of this scheme is to award 
Indian Oil Sports Scholarships to promising young players with a view to encourage talent and create a pool of sportspersons from whom to select sport appointees to the Corporation. 

Friday, 28 September 2018

Bajrang Punia, Wrestling Champion

We Need A Stadium In Every Village: 

The wait for the first gold medal at the Asian Games this year was not long as Bajrang Punia secured the yellow metal after beating Japan’s Daichi Takatani in the 65kg category.
Bajrang dedicated his medal to former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who breathed his last in August. The wrestler believes his Asian Games glory will be the first major step in the direction to realise his bigger dream at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
In an exclusive interview to The CSR Journal, the wrestling champion spoke candidly about the need for the government to encourage sports from a young age in the villages. “We need a stadium in every village,” he said. He believes corporate sponsorship will be the boost for athletes to train hard without worry. Bajrang himself was supported by automakers Tata Motors which was the principal sponsor for the Indian wrestlers at the Asian Games 2018. 

Wednesday, 19 September 2018


September 27 World Tourism Day



Swachh Paryatan Mobile App is an innovative project of Ministry of Tourism to assist the international and domestic tourist to flag issues relating to cleanliness in and around 25 specified Archaeological Survey of India protected monuments identified as Adarsh Smarak. Visitors can also give their general remarks for improvement of tourist facilities & cleanliness at these sites.   
The monuments included in the pilot project are as follows:
1. Leh Palace, Leh, J & K
2. Humayun’s Tomb, New Delhi
3. Qutub Complex, New Delhi
4. Red Fort, Delhi
5. Hazardwari Palace, Murshidabad, WB
6. Shore Temple, Mahabalipuram
7. Elephanta Caves, Mumbai, Maharastra
8. Taj Mahal, Agra, UP
9. Kumbhalgarh Fort, Rajasthan
10. Rani-ki-Vav, Gujarat
11. Fatehpur Sikri, Agra, UP
12. Hampi, Karnataka
13. Jageshwar Temples, Uttarakhand
14. Sravasti, UP
15. Sarnath, UP
16. Vaishali-Kolhua, Bihar
17. Western Group of Temples Khajuraho, MP
18. Jahaj Mahal Parisar, Mandu, MP
19. Martand Temple, Kashmir
20. Thanjuar-Brihadeshwar Temple, TN
21. Group of Temples, Pattadakal, Karnataka
22. Masrur Rock-cut Temple, Himachal Pradesh
23. Rang Ghar, Sibsagar, Assam
24. Konark Temple, Odisha
25. Daulatabad Fort, Maharashtra




DATE 26 SEP 2018

TIME 0750 TO 0910


Sunday, 16 September 2018

Why is World Ozone Day

16 SEP-celebrated?

International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer, 16 September

The ozone layer, a fragile shield of gas, protects the Earth from the harmful portion of the rays of the sun, thus helping preserve life on the planet.
The phaseout of controlled uses of ozone depleting substances and the related reductions have not only helped protect the ozone layer for this and future generations, but have also contributed significantly to global efforts to address climate change; furthermore, it has protected human health and ecosystems by limiting the harmful ultraviolet radiation from reaching the earth.
Keep Cool and Carry On: The Montreal Protocol
The theme for World Ozone Day 2018 is a motivational rallying call urging all of us to carry on with the exemplary work of protecting the ozone layer and the climate under the Montreal Protocol. The theme has two connotations – that our work of protecting the ozone layer also protects climate and that the Montreal Protocol is a “cool” treaty, as exemplified by its outstanding success.

What You Can Do:

  • Protect yourself from ozone layer depletion by avoiding excessive sun exposure.
  • Take care of your appliances to minimize ozone layer impact.


Saturday, 15 September 2018


Terms and Conditions to participate in “Children’s Day 2018- Stamp Design Competition” 1. Entries are invited for ‘Children’s Day 2018 - Stamp Design Competition’. The theme of the competition is “Communal Harmony”. The participants are to make an original design on this subject (should not be copy of picture painted by someone else). 2. Any Children of India studying upto 12th standard can participate in this contest. The design could be in ink, water colour, oil colour or any other medium (Computer printed/ printout will not be allowed). The design submitted should be such as can be depicted on the stamps in a visually appealing manner so as to be of interest to philatelic collectors. 3. Participants are free to use drawing paper, art paper or any other type of white paper of A4 size. 4. The following particulars should be written legibly on the reverse of the design: 1. Name of the participant* 2. Age* 3. Class* 4. Gender* 5. Nationality* 6. Full and complete residential address with Pin Code* 7. Phone/Mobile Number* 8. E-mail ID (if Available) * The fields are mandatory. 5. An undertaking stating that ‘The artwork submitted is original and no copyright issues are involved’ should be sent along with the entry. In case of any legal dispute related to copyright issue, Department of Posts will not be liable for the same. 6. The design should be sent through “Speed Post” only, in A4 size envelope. The participants should mention “Children’s Day 2018 - Stamp Design Competition” on the envelope in which the drawing is sent. 7. The prize winning designs will be considered for use on stamps and other philatelic material. The prize money for Children’s Day 2018- Stamp Design Competition will be as follows:- Children Studying Upto VIth standard Children Studying from VIIth-XIIth Standard 1st Prize Rs. 25,000/- Rs. 25,000/- 2nd Prize Rs. 15,000/- Rs. 15,000/- 3rd Prize Rs. 10,000/- Rs. 10,000/- 5 Consolation prizes Rs. 2,000/- Rs. 2,000/- 8. The entries should reach the following address by 15.10.2018. The entries received after last date of receipt will not be entertained. ADG (Philately) Room No. 108, Dak Bhawan Parliament Street, New Delhi-110001

Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Swami Vivekananda & 9/11

The day when Swami Vivekananda 


Hinduism to the West:

 Read his full speech here

                                           9/11, the day when Swami Vivekananda introduced Hinduism to the West: Read his full speech here

Before the day of 9/11 became a blotch on the world calendar in 2001, back in 1893, the day of September 11 embarked the feeling of love, harmony and brotherhood when Swami Vivekananda addressed the Parliament of the World's Religions in Chicago.
Swami delivered his speech which not only introduced Hinduism to the West but also served as inspirational quotes which often find space at various occasions worldwide.


Today (September 11, 2018) is the 125th anniversary of Swami Vivekananda's speech at the Parliament of World Religions in Chicago. The full text of the address is as follows:
Sisters and Brothers of America,

It fills my heart with joy unspeakable to rise in response to the warm and cordial welcome which you have given us. I thank you in the name of the most ancient order of monks in the world. I thank you in the name of the mother of religions, and I thank you in the name of millions and millions of Hindu people of all classes and sects.

My thanks also to some of the speakers on this platform who, referring to the delegates from the Orient, have told you that these men from far-off nations may well claim the honour of bearing to different lands the idea of toleration. I am proud to belong to a religion which has taught the world both tolerance and universal acceptance. We believe not only in universal toleration but we accept all religions as true.

I am proud to belong to a nation which has sheltered the persecuted and the refugees of all religions and all nations of the earth. I am proud to tell you that we have gathered in our bosom the purest remnant of the Israelites, who came to Southern India and took refuge with us in the very year in which their holy temple was shattered to pieces by Roman tyranny. I am proud to belong to the religion which has sheltered and is still fostering the remnant of the grand Zoroastrian nation.

I will quote to you, brethren, a few lines from a hymn which I remember to have repeated from my earliest boyhood, and which is every day repeated by millions of human beings:

As the different streams having their sources in different places all mingle their water in the sea, so, O Lord, the different paths which people take through different tendencies, various though they appear, crooked or straight, all lead to Thee.

The present convention, which is one of the most august assemblies ever held, is in itself a vindication, a declaration to the world of the wonderful doctrine preached in the Gita:

Whosoever comes to Me, through whatsoever form, I reach them; all are struggling through paths which in the end lead to Me.

Sectarianism, bigotry, and its horrible descendant, fanaticism, have long possessed this beautiful earth. They have filled the earth with violence, drenched it often and often with human blood, destroyed civilization and sent whole nations to despair. Had it not been for these horrible demons, human society would be far more advanced than it is now. But their time is come; and I fervently hope that the bell that tolled this morning in honour of this convention may be the death-knell of all fanaticism, of all persecutions with the sword or with the pen, and of all uncharitable feelings between persons wending their way to the same goal.
The speech of Vivekananda went on to bridge the gap between India and America as Swamiji went on to promote Hinduism as the 'mother of religions' and one that has taught the world-- tolerance.


In March 2018, in a meeting presided by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee amid the presence of state education minister Partha Chatterjee and other senior officials, the West Bengal government decided to include Swamiji's famous speech in Parliament of World Religion in Class 9 to 12 syllabus from next year.
Swami Vivekananda Statue in Mumbai (Getty Images)
The proposal of including Vivekananda's speech was given by the representatives of the Ramakrishna Mission at the first meeting held by the committee constituted to look after the celebration of 125 years of Swamiji's iconic address.


Born as Narendranath Datta on January 12, 1862, in a Bengali family, Swami Vivekananda was blessed with all-round talent. Instead of choosing the life as an attorney like his father (who passed away in 1884), he took the spiritual route.
From a young age, Narendranath sought divine influence from many sectors. He met Debendranath Tagore (father of Rabindranath Tagore and founder of the Brahmo Samaj) in 1880. When he asked Tagore if he had seen God, Tagore replied:
"My boy, you have the Yogi's eyes."
No one could help Narendranath with his question about God until he met Ramakrishna Paramahansa in 1881. When he asked the same question to Ramakrishna, the latter replied:
"Yes, I see Him as I see you, only in an infinitely intense sense."
This was a far more satisfactory answer to Narendranath. He learned more about Hinduism, read Vedic literature and followed every progressive idea that spread around the world.
His knowledge of the world amplified as he could relate spirituality with humanity. He was initiated as a Hindu monk.
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National Talent Search Scheme 2019


All students studying in Class X in any type of recognized school including Kendriya Vidyalaya, Navodaya Vidyalaya, and Sainik School etc. will be eligible to appear at the State Level Examination from the State in which the school is located. However, no domicile restriction shall be imposed. The state may impose any other eligibility condition for appearing in the screening examination like any qualifying percentage of marks in the previous annual examination etc. Students registered under Open and Distance Learning (ODL) are also eligible 7 for scholarship provided the students are below the age of 18 years (as on 1st July of that particular year) the students is not employed and they are appearing in class X for the first time.



The KVPY Fellowships

The KVPY Fellowships are given to Indian Nationals  to Study in India (Students intending to pursue/pursing under graduate program under Distance Education scheme/correspondence course of any university are not eligible to apply).

Stream SA: Students enrolled in XI Standard (Science Subjects) during the academic year 2018-19 and having secured a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE subjects in the X Standard Board examination. The fellowship of the students selected under this stream will be activated only if they join an undergraduate course in Basic Sciences (B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./Int. M.S.) in the academic year 2020-21 after having secured a minimum of  60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in Science subjects in the XII standard/(+2) Board Examination. During the interim period of one year they will be invited for the National  Science (Vijyoshi) Camp and their travel expenses and local hospitality will be met by KVPY.

Stream SX: Students enrolled in XII Standard/ (+2) (Science subjects) during the academic year 2018–19 and aspiring to join undergraduate program in Basic Sciences namely Physics/Chemistry/Mathematics & Biology leading to  B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./Int. M.S. for the session 2019–20 provided they have secured a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the X Standard Board Examination and a minimum of  60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the XII standard Board Examination.

Students in their 2nd year of study in Cambridge International Examination Board and aspiring to join an UG program (viz. B.Sc./B.S./B.Stat./B.Math./Int. M.Sc./Int. M.S.)in Basic Sciences namely Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology in the Academic year 2018-19 are eligible to apply provided they have secured a minimum of 75% (65% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the X Standard Board Examination. They must secure 60% (50% for SC/ST/PWD) marks in aggregate in MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE subjects (Physics/Chemistry/Biology) in the XII standard Board Examination before taking up the fellowship, if awarded.

Important Dates
Opening of online application portal: 11th July 2018 at 5.00 PM
Date for closing of online application (Registered candidates only): 7th September 2018 at 5PM
Download Admit card: Second week of October
Exam Date: 4th November 2018

Thursday, 6 September 2018


September 5
Teacher's Day (Dr. Radhakrishnan's Birth Day)
September 7
Forgiveness Day
September 8
International Literacy Day
September 14
Hindi day,World First Aid Day
September 16
World Ozone Day
September 21
International Day of Peace
World Alzheimer's day
September 25
Social Justice Day

September 27
World Tourism Day

International Literacy Day-8 September 2018

On 8 September 2018, International Literacy Day will be celebrated around the world with the theme ‘Literacy and skills development’. Despite progress made, literacy challenges persist, and at the same time the demands for skills required for work, evolve rapidly. This year, ILD explores and highlights integrated approaches that simultaneously can support the development of literacy and skills, to ultimately improve people’s life and work and contribute to equitable and sustainable societies.

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

Happy Teachers Day