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Corruption is a deep-rooted menace that has eaten into the vitals of our society. There is hardly any sphere of social, economic, political and religious activity that is free from corruption of some kind. Corruption has become so common that most of the people have come to accept it as part of their life. Bribery and corruption has increased greatly after 1947. The growth of democracy and industry, the system of licenses and permits for setting up enterprises, securing quotas of law materials, imports and exports and expansion of trade and commerce is responsible for the increase in corruption. Stringent laws against corruption have proved to be effective in curbing this evil. Corruption flourishes as long as there are people who are prepared to give bribe and others who are prepared to accept it, directly or indirectly. Each one of us has a weakness for easy money. People are prepared more...

All of us have heard his name. He was our first Prime Minister. He was known all over the world. Shri Nehru was born in Allahabad in 1889 on 14th November. His father Pt. Moti Lal Nehru was a great lawyer, he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth. He was brought up as a prince. Very efficient teachers taught him. At the age of 15, he went to England for higher studies. There  he joined the Public School at Harrow. Then he went to Cambridge University where he took his degree in 1910. Then he joined law. He was called to Bar in 1912. He came to India. He started his practice at Allahabad High Court. He was married to Smt. Kamla Devi at the age of 27. In the young age of Nehruji the British ruled over India. The English treated the Indians badly. This pained more...

There have been many inventions of means of entertainment. We have radio, television, cinema. internet, computer and electronic games and many other things. Now is the turn of cable TV. As cable TV has provided all types of entertainment at our homes, cinema halls have suffered a setback. Many of them have been shut down even. It has given a big jolt to the film industry as well. Cable TV is not only a means of recreation, but also a means of knowledge. There are many programmes which are educative, informative and constructive. Many channels like Animal Planet, Discovery, news channels etc. telecast educative programmes for the enhancement of knowledge. Some serials, through their themes, teach us how we should lead a life of cooperation and happiness. There are some serials which throw light on the corrupt nature of the modern society. Even students can come to know that there more...

As the training arm of HCL Infosystems, HCL Career Development Centre (CDC) carries forth a legacy of excellence spanning across more than three decades. HCL CDC is an initiative that enables individuals and organizations to benefit from HCL's deep expertise in the IT space. Information Technology has changed the way people work and play. The inventions across the hardware and software domains, to telecom and networking, have led to creation of a better, smarter world. And in doing so, have fueled tremendous growth opportunities for skilled IT professionals. The IT industry has great scope for people as it provides employment to technical and non-technical graduates and has the capability to generate incomes for professionals trained in various IT technologies.  As per a NASSCOM report, it is estimated that more...

"Before ...the flying ambulance, we seldom saw men who had lost both legs and arms..." Dominique-Jean Larrey, surgeon Ambulances first began to appear on the Napoleonic battlefields of France in 1792. Their inventor, surgeon Dominique-Jean Larrey (1766-1842), had grown frustrated with regulations requiring him to stay to the rear. After observing how the mobility of the French artillery helped it to quickly disengage from an advancing enemy, Larrey proposed to the military hierarchy what he called an ambulance volante, or "flying ambulance," that would follow the artillery into battle and tend to the wounded where they fell. Larrey devised a horsedrawn wheeled carriage with a central compartment able to transport two patients comfortably on leather-covered horsehair mattresses; windows on either side provided good ventilation. Inside, patients could be moved in and out easily on floors seton rollers. Recessed areas contained medicines and medical equipment, and ramps at the rear doubled as more...


 HCL CDC South Ex,  is a prime centre of New Delhi located in South Ex and offers the best training in Dot Net, Java, Android, Embedded & Networking. Due to location it offers added advantage to students coming from outside Delhi as it has nearby hostels and PG's available. Center offers one of the finest training with hands-on approach. HCL has trained more than 150,000 young professionals through its specialized training centres – Career Development Centres (CDC) located at more than 40 cities in the country. These transformed professionals in turn, have played a stellar role of becoming change agents and shaping the Indian IT sector.  HCL Career Development Centres offer a unique advantage of leveraging HCL’s global leadership position and translating that to equipping students with cutting edge, industry relevant skills.  HCL CDC offers a complete spectrum of quality training programs on Software skills, more...

It is said some are born great, some become great and to some greatness is thrust upon. We see in every society, in every community, in every group of people, there is bound to be someone who emerges above others and who acts as a guide or a lead. The majority of people in this world are to be led, and to be shown the path they ought to tread. But a few are off from the rest and they can rule over the rest.  It is true that leaders are born, no doubt, but training may also play a vital role in developing qualities of leadership. Those who are born leaders feel an inner compulsion to perform great tasks and they successfully accomplish them. Born leaders need no training and they shape the destiny of others. Columbus was a born leader who had the qualities of leadership in undertaking more...

Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi was a great patriot, she was born at Bitur on June'15,1834. She was named Manu Bai. In her childhood  she learnt the use of weapons. She had warlike qualities. She was a clever horse rider and a clever archer. She was married to Raja Ganga Dhar Rao of Jhansi. After her marriage she was named Rani Lakshmi Bai. She could not enjoy the pleasures of married life. She became widow after two years of her marriage. She had no issue. She wished to adopt a son. Lord Dalhausi, the Governor General of India, did not allow her to do so. He wanted to make Jhansi a part of British India. Lakshmi Bai stood against him. She opposed foreign rule. She refused to obey the orders of Governor-General. She adopted a son and declared herself independent. Nana Sahib, Tantia Tope and Kanwar Singh were waiting for more...

Museum is a place where antique objects of art, science, history etc. are placed for studies. Museum is an informative and instructive place. The objects kept their throw light on the ancient civilization. It broadens our knowledge of the things of the past. We can say it as the specimen of our glorious past. The National Museum in New Delhi is situated in a three storied building. The first floor is connected with the affairs of India. Second floor relates to the international field and third floor is devoted to the achievements of Indian states, in different fields. I along with my parents and brother went there on last Sunday. We carried our lunch with us from home. The weather was pleasant. First, we visited the Health exhibition at the ground floor. There were many medicines relating to Ayurvedic system. There were surgical instruments being used by surgeons in 500 more...


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