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Monday, 31 October 2016

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*Kutch Na Primary Teacher Chitrkut Award Mate File Muke:- Press Note*

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Award Melvnar Primary Teachers Ne 21000 Rupiya Rokda, Shal Ane Sanman Patra Thi Navajvama Aave Chhe.

Tamam Jillao Ma Thi Aavi Files Paiki 11 Sixako Ni  Rajy Kaxa a Pasandgi karvama Aave Chhe.
Morari Bapu Na Haste Tal gajarada (Mahuva) Bhavnagar Jilla  Mukame Aa Award Nu Vitran karvama Aave Chhe.

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*Nadiyad Municipal Corporation Ni Primary Schools Ne Jilla Panchayat Ma Merge Karvano Tharav Cancel.:- News Report*

Nadiyad Municipal Corporation Ni Primary Schools Ne Jilla Panchayat Ma Merge Karvano Tharav Cancel.:- News Report.

Nadiyad Municipal Corporation Ni  Primary Schools Ne Jilla Panchayat Ma Merge Karvano Tharav Cancel.:- News Report.
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*Fixed pay related latest news by Fix pay Team Gujarat*

Fixed pay related latest news by Fix pay Team Gujarat...!

Mitro,...! Aaje Nava varsh ma Gujarat sarkar na Chief Secretary saheb ne Gujrat na 3 Lakh Fixpay employees ne Supreme court na Punjab rajy na chukada mujab  7th pay aapva ange jaruri karyvahi talkalik karva Legal Notice pathavava ma avi chhe...!

jo Tunk samay ma 7th pay mujab no pay Fixpay ma.aapvama nae ave to. Agal ni Legal Procedure karvama aavse....
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*SHIXKO NI TUTAK KAPAT PAGARI RAJA PAR ANKUSH MUKASHE*

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*HOW TO SPEED UP AN ANDROID SMARTPHONE MAST READ*

HOW TO SPEED UP AN ANDROID SMARTPHONE MAST READ.

HOW TO SPEED UP AN ANDROID SMARTPHONE MAST READ.

Here is some eazy steps to increze mobile speed. All people have android smartphone. After sonetimes they run slows, After some maintains you can get speed as new mobile.

1. Check the internal memory space.

A low amount of internal memory could be the reason behind any severe lag that your phone is experiencing.

Move your media (pictures, mp3 files, videos, and so forth) to the external memory, usually an SD card.

2. Some low-end and mid-range smartphones might already have low internal memory space, in which case, moving your files to the SD card won't help that much.

3. Update your smartphone firmware. The updates fix some bugs, add new features, and other issues that you may not be aware of. Such issues crop up with reasonable frequency, so updating regularly will ensure the optimum performance for your phone.

4. Reset your Android phone.
Resetting erases everything and brings your phone back to its original, "as new" condition. This is a temporary option, because as you use your phone again, it will suffer the same behavior again.

5. BackBack up any important information (such as saved passwords in browser) before taking this step.

6. Search the Google Play Store for useful applications. Possible applications that may help include:

A good antivirus application: Scans your phone for any possible viruses and malwares. These usually slow down your phone.
A startup manager: Allows you to stop number of applications from starting up automatically when the phone boots up.
'Juice defender: Gives your phone more battery life by stopping services and applications.
A app cache cleaner (could be automatic, too): Cleans up some cached data from the internal memory.
App2SD: Allows you to move some applications to the SD card (if you have one inserted, and if supported on your phone). This also speeds up the phone.

7. Uninstall unused applications.

8. Restart the phone. This is a temporary option, but it works!

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Sunday, 30 October 2016

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*WORLD NA VIVIDH DHARMO ANE TENI SAMPURN MAHITI*

Religion (from O.Fr. religion "religious community", from L. religionem (nom. religio) "respect for what is sacred, reverence for the gods",[11] "obligation, the bond between man and the gods"[12]) is derived from the Latin religiō, the ultimate origins of which are obscure. One possible interpretation traced to Cicero, connects lego "read", i.e. re (again) with legoin the sense of "choose", "go over again" or "consider carefully". Modern scholars such as Tom Harpur and Joseph Campbell favor the derivation from ligare "bind, connect", probably from a prefixed re-ligare, i.e. re (again) + ligare or "to reconnect", which was made prominent by following the interpretation of Lactantius.[13][14] The medieval usage alternates with order in designating bonded communities like those of monastic orders: "we hear of the 'religion' of the Golden Fleece, of a knight 'of the religion of Avys'".[15]
In the ancient and medieval world, the etymological Latin root religio was understood as an individual virtue of worship, never as doctrine, practice, or actual source of knowledge.[16] The modern concept of "religion" as an abstraction which entails distinct sets of beliefs or doctrines is a recent invention in the English language since such usage began with texts from the 17th century due to the splitting of Christendom during the Protestant Reformation and more prevalent colonization or globalization in the age of exploration which involved contact with numerous foreign and indigenous cultures with non-European languages.[16] It was in the 17th century that the concept of "religion" received its modern shape despite the fact that ancient texts like the Bible, the Quran, and other ancient sacred texts did not have a concept of religion in the original languages and neither did the people or the cultures in which these sacred texts were written.[17] For example, the Greek word threskeia, which was used by Greek writers such as Herodotus and Josephus and is found in texts like the New Testament, is sometimes translated as "religion" today, however, the term was understood as "worship" well into the medieval period.[17] In the Quran, the Arabic word din is often translated as "religion" in modern translations, but up to the mid-1600s translators expressed din as "law".[17] Even in the 1st century AD, Josephus had used the Greek term ioudaismos, which some translate as "Judaism" today, even though he used it as an ethnic term, not one linked to modern abstract concepts of religion as a set of beliefs.[17] It was in the 19th century that the terms "Buddhism", "Hinduism", "Taoism", and "Confucianism" first emerged.[16][18] Throughout its long history, Japan had no concept of "religion" since there was no corresponding Japanese word, nor anything close to its meaning, but when American warships appeared off the coast of Japan in 1853 and forced the Japanese government to sign treaties demanding, among other things, freedom of religion, the country had to contend with this Western idea.[18]
According to the philologist Max Müller in the 19th century, the root of the English word "religion", the Latin religio, was originally used to mean only "reverence for God or the gods, careful pondering of divine things, piety" (which Cicero further derived to mean "diligence").[19][20] Max Müller characterized many other cultures around the world, including Egypt, Persia, and India, as having a similar power structure at this point in history. What is called ancient religion today, they would have only called "law".[21]
Some languages have words that can be translated as "religion", but they may use them in a very different way, and some have no word for religion at all. For example, theSanskrit word dharma, sometimes translated as "religion", also means law. Throughout classical South Asia, the study of law consisted of concepts such asand  Medieval Japan at first had a similar union between "imperial law" and universal or "Buddha law", but these later became independent sources of power.[22][23]
There is no precise equivalent of "religion" in Hebrew, and does not distinguish clearly between religious, national, racial, or ethnic identities One of its central concepts is "halakha", meaning the "walk" or "path" sometimes translated as "law", which guides religious practice and belief and many aspects of daily life
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*GUJARAT MA UJVATA VIVIDH UTSAVONI MAHITI*

Festivals in Gujarat signify people's edifying, communal and holy aspirations. They help public to exist a fuller and enhanced life. Festivals also lend a hand in removing boredom and afford vigorous leisure. They support harmony, fellow -feeling, self-control and graveness. Festivals in Gujarat have accepted celebrations and annotations that consist of chief religious, commerce and interesting festivals.

Religious Festivals of Gujarat



Diwali

In India the fair of Diwali is measured as the leader festival. In Gujarat the Diwali fiesta is connected with the adoration of the "Goddess of Wealth`, Mother Lakshmi. The populaces of this state are of solid conviction that Goddess Lakshmi will come out on this day to sanctify the earth with achievement and good luck.

Kite Festival

This is considered as a countrywide festival in the state of Gujarat and is experiential on the 14th of January. Exactly on the day when the Sun goes into the tropic of cancer this Kite festival is distinguished with glory. On this very day the adolescence as well as the full-fledged is on the pinnacle of their individual homes and soar kites. Both the male and female associates of the family decorate themselves in bright outfits and treat themselves in the conventional dance known as `Dandiya`. Extravagant Gujarati flimsiness is also equipped to rejoice this festival.

Holi

The spring festival of Holi is distinguished in Gujarat in the month of Phalgun or in the months of February and March. The event of Holi is distinguished with colors and people of this state resound with the tunes of the folk-song, "Govinda ala re, zara matki sambhal Brijbala". Fun and gambol is also redefined in diverse forms in the cheerful celebrations here. People welcome each other with colors and thus improve the emotion of harmony. The illumination of beacon also forms a particular trait in the Holi festival when renowned in Gujarat.

Janmashtami

Janmashtami is recognized for the delivery centenary of Lord Krishna. It is renowned in the state of Gujarat along with in India with huge passion. It is prearranged in this state in the month of July and August as per the English calendar. On this day the Hindu people of Gujarat keeps daylong fasts and also keeps themselves stirring while chanting tones and verses in the respect of the noble till midnight. The statue of Lord Krishna is suffused and then placed on a swing. Rasila is executed to reconstruct incidents from the existence of the noble and to commemorate his adore for his beloved, Radha.

Ganesh Chaturthi

In Gujarat this Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most well-liked festivals. It is celebrated in honor of Lord Ganesh who is supposed to be the eliminator of all obstacles. This fiesta is celebrated with imposing processions that are carried out by moving huge idols of Lord Ganesh. These idols are festooned in bright outfits and overstated with valuable jewels.

Muharram

This is the most admired Muslim fiesta celebrated in the state of Gujarat with much passion. The major underline of this festival is the Tazia parade that has been in the city of Ahmedabad of Gujarat for centuries. It also includes acrobats, drummers and singers processions. The momentous implication of this festival lies in the fact that the Mughal sovereign Jahangir and his beloved wife Noor Jahan often watched it from the `teen darwaza` or triple arches. This fiesta also reflects the accurate worldly strength of the state.

State Festivals of Gujarat



Modhera Dance Festival

This dance fiesta is celebrated at the Sun Temple of Modhera that is situated at a distance of about 60 kilometers. It is detained in the month of January every year and is celebrated for a distance of three days. This carnival is celebrated in respect of the Indian classical dance and is measured exclusive when contrasted to other dance festivals in the Indian subcontinent.

Kutch Mahotsava

The tourism authorities of Gujarat systematize this fiesta every year in the month of February according to the English calendar. This accepted festival not only illustrates folk dancing, music, poetry, ballads, local handicrafts and jewelry but also brings the citizens from all over the state to tender a whole fresh articulation to the term "Communal Harmony".
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*KAPSAR YOJNANA NU SUCHIT AAYOJAN*


The Project:KALPSAR YOJNA
The Gulf of Khambhat Development Project is mainly water resources project involving creation of fresh water reservoir in the Gulf of Khambhat for meeting demand of irrigation, domestic and industrial water supply. Associated components related to the fresh water reservoir are use of top of the dam across the Gulf as a surface transport link, potential development of fisheries, reclamation of saline land around the fresh water reservoir.
Objectives:
Gujarat is a water deficient State.It occupies 6.4 % of land area of the country and has 5% of the country's human population,but its surface water resource is only 2% of the country. The per capita per annum water availability is 990 cubic meter in the State which is much below the minimum requirement of 1700 cubic meter. Every year, 38000 million cubic meter average surface water is available in the State.However, even after including Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP), only 20480 million cubic meter (54%)is possible to store. There is no suitable site of land in the State, available for the creation of river valley project to store surplus / untapped above 40% surface water. In such a circumstance, the Gulf of Khambhat is an eligible option tocreat a reservoir by construction of a Gulf closure dam which can store about 10,000 million cubic meter water inflows of the rivers (NarmadaDhadharMahiSabarmati and some of the Saurashtra rivers), which accounts for 25% of total surface water resources of Gujarat. Creation of this fresh water reservoir does not involve any land acquisition or rehabilitation of people, and will serve as a life line of the Saurashtra region as well as an accelerator for the growing economic activities of Gujarat State.
The Gulf of Khambhat extends from north to south about 200 km and the width varies from 25 km at the inner end to 150 km at the outer mouth,covering an area of @ 17000 sq.km, of which only 2000 sq. km will be enclosed by constructing a dam across the Gulf between Bhavnagar and Dahej.
 To store State's 25% average annual surface water resources by constructing dam across the Gulf of Khambhat. This reservoir will store about 10,000 MCM of surface water and will be the the world’s largest fresh water reservoir in sea
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*KAPSAR YOJNANA NI AGATYATA ANE LABHO*


The Project:KALPSAR YOJNA
The Gulf of Khambhat Development Project is mainly water resources project involving creation of fresh water reservoir in the Gulf of Khambhat for meeting demand of irrigation, domestic and industrial water supply. Associated components related to the fresh water reservoir are use of top of the dam across the Gulf as a surface transport link, potential development of fisheries, reclamation of saline land around the fresh water reservoir.
Objectives:
Gujarat is a water deficient State.It occupies 6.4 % of land area of the country and has 5% of the country's human population,but its surface water resource is only 2% of the country. The per capita per annum water availability is 990 cubic meter in the State which is much below the minimum requirement of 1700 cubic meter. Every year, 38000 million cubic meter average surface water is available in the State.However, even after including Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP), only 20480 million cubic meter (54%)is possible to store. There is no suitable site of land in the State, available for the creation of river valley project to store surplus / untapped above 40% surface water. In such a circumstance, the Gulf of Khambhat is an eligible option tocreat a reservoir by construction of a Gulf closure dam which can store about 10,000 million cubic meter water inflows of the rivers (NarmadaDhadharMahiSabarmati and some of the Saurashtra rivers), which accounts for 25% of total surface water resources of Gujarat. Creation of this fresh water reservoir does not involve any land acquisition or rehabilitation of people, and will serve as a life line of the Saurashtra region as well as an accelerator for the growing economic activities of Gujarat State.
The Gulf of Khambhat extends from north to south about 200 km and the width varies from 25 km at the inner end to 150 km at the outer mouth,covering an area of @ 17000 sq.km, of which only 2000 sq. km will be enclosed by constructing a dam across the Gulf between Bhavnagar and Dahej.
 To store State's 25% average annual surface water resources by constructing dam across the Gulf of Khambhat. This reservoir will store about 10,000 MCM of surface water and will be the the world’s largest fresh water reservoir in sea
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*KAPSAR YOJNANA NU LAXYA ANE AAYOJAN*


The Project:KALPSAR YOJNA
The Gulf of Khambhat Development Project is mainly water resources project involving creation of fresh water reservoir in the Gulf of Khambhat for meeting demand of irrigation, domestic and industrial water supply. Associated components related to the fresh water reservoir are use of top of the dam across the Gulf as a surface transport link, potential development of fisheries, reclamation of saline land around the fresh water reservoir.
Objectives:
Gujarat is a water deficient State.It occupies 6.4 % of land area of the country and has 5% of the country's human population,but its surface water resource is only 2% of the country. The per capita per annum water availability is 990 cubic meter in the State which is much below the minimum requirement of 1700 cubic meter. Every year, 38000 million cubic meter average surface water is available in the State.However, even after including Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP), only 20480 million cubic meter (54%)is possible to store. There is no suitable site of land in the State, available for the creation of river valley project to store surplus / untapped above 40% surface water. In such a circumstance, the Gulf of Khambhat is an eligible option tocreat a reservoir by construction of a Gulf closure dam which can store about 10,000 million cubic meter water inflows of the rivers (NarmadaDhadharMahiSabarmati and some of the Saurashtra rivers), which accounts for 25% of total surface water resources of Gujarat. Creation of this fresh water reservoir does not involve any land acquisition or rehabilitation of people, and will serve as a life line of the Saurashtra region as well as an accelerator for the growing economic activities of Gujarat State.
The Gulf of Khambhat extends from north to south about 200 km and the width varies from 25 km at the inner end to 150 km at the outer mouth,covering an area of @ 17000 sq.km, of which only 2000 sq. km will be enclosed by constructing a dam across the Gulf between Bhavnagar and Dahej.
 To store State's 25% average annual surface water resources by constructing dam across the Gulf of Khambhat. This reservoir will store about 10,000 MCM of surface water and will be the the world’s largest fresh water reservoir in sea.




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*The Project:KALPSAR YOJNA*


The Project:KALPSAR YOJNA
The Gulf of Khambhat Development Project is mainly water resources project involving creation of fresh water reservoir in the Gulf of Khambhat for meeting demand of irrigation, domestic and industrial water supply. Associated components related to the fresh water reservoir are use of top of the dam across the Gulf as a surface transport link, potential development of fisheries, reclamation of saline land around the fresh water reservoir.
Objectives:
Gujarat is a water deficient State.It occupies 6.4 % of land area of the country and has 5% of the country's human population,but its surface water resource is only 2% of the country. The per capita per annum water availability is 990 cubic meter in the State which is much below the minimum requirement of 1700 cubic meter. Every year, 38000 million cubic meter average surface water is available in the State.However, even after including Sardar Sarovar Project (SSP), only 20480 million cubic meter (54%)is possible to store. There is no suitable site of land in the State, available for the creation of river valley project to store surplus / untapped above 40% surface water. In such a circumstance, the Gulf of Khambhat is an eligible option tocreat a reservoir by construction of a Gulf closure dam which can store about 10,000 million cubic meter water inflows of the rivers (NarmadaDhadharMahiSabarmati and some of the Saurashtra rivers), which accounts for 25% of total surface water resources of Gujarat. Creation of this fresh water reservoir does not involve any land acquisition or rehabilitation of people, and will serve as a life line of the Saurashtra region as well as an accelerator for the growing economic activities of Gujarat State.
The Gulf of Khambhat extends from north to south about 200 km and the width varies from 25 km at the inner end to 150 km at the outer mouth,covering an area of @ 17000 sq.km, of which only 2000 sq. km will be enclosed by constructing a dam across the Gulf between Bhavnagar and Dahej.
 To store State's 25% average annual surface water resources by constructing dam across the Gulf of Khambhat. This reservoir will store about 10,000 MCM of surface water and will be the the world’s largest fresh water reservoir in sea.

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*AJAB GAJAB QUIZ 5*

THIS IS THS Ajab gajab quiz is depend on most of the topic of science n technology so most useful in all comeptative exam,and also use ful in who interered in science n wants to know new in technology.The first attested use of the word is from 1781[1] and means an odd person. This sense survives today in the word quizzical. It was also used in the term quizzing glass, a common accoutrement of British Regency dandies. It later acquired a meaning of to make fun of, or to mock. How it acquired its current meaning of a test is unknown, but that sense did not appear until 1867 and then it was in the United States.[citation needed]
The Oxford English Dictionary attests the use of the verb quiz to mean "to question or interrogate", with a reference from 1843: "She com back an' quiesed us", which could be a clue to its origin. Quiz as a test could be a corruption of the Latin qui es, meaning "Who are you?" The American Heritage Dictionary says it may be from the English dialect verbquiset, meaning "to question". In any case it is probably from the same root as question and inquisitive.[citation needed]
There is a well-known myth about the word quiz that says that in 1791 a Dublin theater owner named James Daly made a bet that he could introduce a word into the language within twenty-four hours. He then went out and hired a group of street urchins to write the word "quiz", which was a nonsense word, on walls around the city of Dublin. Within a day, the word was common currency and had acquired a meaning (since no one knew what it meant, everyone thought it was some sort of test) and Daly had some extra cash in his pocket.[2] However, there is no evidence to support the story, and the term was already in use before the alleged bet in 1791

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*AJAB GAJAB QUIZ 4*

THIS IS THS Ajab gajab quiz is depend on most of the topic of science n technology so most useful in all comeptative exam,and also use ful in who interered in science n wants to know new in technology.The first attested use of the word is from 1781[1] and means an odd person. This sense survives today in the word quizzical. It was also used in the term quizzing glass, a common accoutrement of British Regency dandies. It later acquired a meaning of to make fun of, or to mock. How it acquired its current meaning of a test is unknown, but that sense did not appear until 1867 and then it was in the United States.[citation needed]
The Oxford English Dictionary attests the use of the verb quiz to mean "to question or interrogate", with a reference from 1843: "She com back an' quiesed us", which could be a clue to its origin. Quiz as a test could be a corruption of the Latin qui es, meaning "Who are you?" The American Heritage Dictionary says it may be from the English dialect verbquiset, meaning "to question". In any case it is probably from the same root as question and inquisitive.[citation needed]
There is a well-known myth about the word quiz that says that in 1791 a Dublin theater owner named James Daly made a bet that he could introduce a word into the language within twenty-four hours. He then went out and hired a group of street urchins to write the word "quiz", which was a nonsense word, on walls around the city of Dublin. Within a day, the word was common currency and had acquired a meaning (since no one knew what it meant, everyone thought it was some sort of test) and Daly had some extra cash in his pocket.[2] However, there is no evidence to support the story, and the term was already in use before the alleged bet in 1791

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*AJAB GAJAB QUIZ 3*

THIS IS THS Ajab gajab quiz is depend on most of the topic of science n technology so most useful in all comeptative exam,and also use ful in who interered in science n wants to know new in technology.The first attested use of the word is from 1781[1] and means an odd person. This sense survives today in the word quizzical. It was also used in the term quizzing glass, a common accoutrement of British Regency dandies. It later acquired a meaning of to make fun of, or to mock. How it acquired its current meaning of a test is unknown, but that sense did not appear until 1867 and then it was in the United States.[citation needed]
The Oxford English Dictionary attests the use of the verb quiz to mean "to question or interrogate", with a reference from 1843: "She com back an' quiesed us", which could be a clue to its origin. Quiz as a test could be a corruption of the Latin qui es, meaning "Who are you?" The American Heritage Dictionary says it may be from the English dialect verbquiset, meaning "to question". In any case it is probably from the same root as question and inquisitive.[citation needed]
There is a well-known myth about the word quiz that says that in 1791 a Dublin theater owner named James Daly made a bet that he could introduce a word into the language within twenty-four hours. He then went out and hired a group of street urchins to write the word "quiz", which was a nonsense word, on walls around the city of Dublin. Within a day, the word was common currency and had acquired a meaning (since no one knew what it meant, everyone thought it was some sort of test) and Daly had some extra cash in his pocket.[2] However, there is no evidence to support the story, and the term was already in use before the alleged bet in 1791

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*AJAB GAJAB QUIZ 2*

THIS IS THS Ajab gajab quiz is depend on most of the topic of science n technology so most useful in all comeptative exam,and also use ful in who interered in science n wants to know new in technologyThe first attested use of the word is from 1781[1] and means an odd person. This sense survives today in the word quizzical. It was also used in the term quizzing glass, a common accoutrement of British Regency dandies. It later acquired a meaning of to make fun of, or to mock. How it acquired its current meaning of a test is unknown, but that sense did not appear until 1867 and then it was in the United States.[citation needed]
The Oxford English Dictionary attests the use of the verb quiz to mean "to question or interrogate", with a reference from 1843: "She com back an' quiesed us", which could be a clue to its origin. Quiz as a test could be a corruption of the Latin qui es, meaning "Who are you?" The American Heritage Dictionary says it may be from the English dialect verbquiset, meaning "to question". In any case it is probably from the same root as question and inquisitive.[citation needed]
There is a well-known myth about the word quiz that says that in 1791 a Dublin theater owner named James Daly made a bet that he could introduce a word into the language within twenty-four hours. He then went out and hired a group of street urchins to write the word "quiz", which was a nonsense word, on walls around the city of Dublin. Within a day, the word was common currency and had acquired a meaning (since no one knew what it meant, everyone thought it was some sort of test) and Daly had some extra cash in his pocket.[2] However, there is no evidence to support the story, and the term was already in use before the alleged bet in 1791

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*AJAB GAJAB QUIZ 1*

The first attested use of the word is from 1781[1] and means an odd person. This sense survives today in the word quizzical. It was also used in the term quizzing glass, a common accoutrement of British Regency dandies. It later acquired a meaning of to make fun of, or to mock. How it acquired its current meaning of a test is unknown, but that sense did not appear until 1867 and then it was in the United States.[citation needed]
The Oxford English Dictionary attests the use of the verb quiz to mean "to question or interrogate", with a reference from 1843: "She com back an' quiesed us", which could be a clue to its origin. Quiz as a test could be a corruption of the Latin qui es, meaning "Who are you?" The American Heritage Dictionary says it may be from the English dialect verbquiset, meaning "to question". In any case it is probably from the same root as question and inquisitive.[citation needed]
There is a well-known myth about the word quiz that says that in 1791 a Dublin theater owner named James Daly made a bet that he could introduce a word into the language within twenty-four hours. He then went out and hired a group of street urchins to write the word "quiz", which was a nonsense word, on walls around the city of Dublin. Within a day, the word was common currency and had acquired a meaning (since no one knew what it meant, everyone thought it was some sort of test) and Daly had some extra cash in his pocket.[2] However, there is no evidence to support the story, and the term was already in use before the alleged bet in 1791




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*Bharti Calendar Related  Notification About Upcoming Bharti.Date:-31/10/2016*

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*Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) has published Corrigendum Notification regarding Change in Written exam schedule*

Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) has published Corrigendum Notification regarding Change in Written exam schedule.
Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) has published Corrigendum Notification regarding Change in Written exam schedule, Check below for more details.

(Direct recruitment in the GIDC cadre of Class- I, II & III)

Applications through OJAS website was called from the applicants for selection of candidates for the vacant posts in the GIDC cadre of Class-I, Class-II & Class-III between 03-05-2016 to 23-06-2016.

Applicants may take note of rescheduled exam of Regional manager/ Manager, Deputy Manager, Assistant Manager which was earlier going to be held on 13.11.20 16 is rescheduled on 14. 11.2016. Applicants need to go through GIDC website for further exams related instructions which would be uploaded on GIDC website.

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