Manufacturer of writing boards, glow sign boards danglers, front lite boards, paging boards, name plates, stickers, danglers and hoardings.
Board of Intermediate Education
An official website providing information about courses, affiliated colleges, syllabus, model question paper, application form and vocational courses.
Adarsh Vidya Mandir
"Adarsh Vidya Mandir, Shankar Vidya Peeth", the school is best known as one of India's most innovative institution of education offering a unique opportunity for academic and co-curricular activities in a modern and caring environment. The school provides high quality education for students from a diverse range of culture and experience.
Education In Hyderabad
Major colleges and schools which have international standards are located at Hyderabad city outskirts, because education needs peaceful atmosphere. Lots of institutions are showing much interest in providing all possible facilities for their students like well equipped systems with latest technology, conference halls for meetings, green play grounds, well experienced professors and teachers which helps for students education as well as career.
Himalaya Enterprises is a pioneer in manufacturing display boards. It has completed 12 years in the year 2006, in manufacturing by the support of its esteemed clients.
Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti
Providing information about management, art in education, training, admission, RTI Act 2005, students profile and JNVs directory.
Bihar School Examination Board
Conducts matric & annual secondary examinations for Bihar and also recommends changes in the curriculum of matric & secondary education from time to time.
Online Free Tests
Online free tests, this website is an effort for students, and professionals to improve their skills and knowledge before going for any job interview or as student seeking admissions in colleges , institute or university. Find quiz of your interest, practice any subject for self evolution by attempting MCQs and objective type tests.
Uttarakhand Board of Technical Education
Uttarakhand Board of Technical Education has been setup by an act no 27 of 2003 as passed by Uttarakhand legislative assembly and assented by governor on 13 Janauary 2004 and notified on 15 January 2004. It provides for the establishment and constitution of Board of Technical Education in Uttarakhand and for matters connected there with or incidental there to. The act is enacted by state assembly in 54 year of India.
Haryana State Board of Technical Education
The Haryana State Board of Technical Education has been constituted by the Government of Haryana vide Haryana Act No.19 of 2008 which received the assent of the Governor of Haryana on 18042008 and the Act came into force after the same was notified on 6th May, 2008 by the State Government into Haryana Govt. Gazette Extra.. The constitution of Board, its powers and functions are envisaged in the Chapter 3 of the Act.
Central Board Of Secondary Education
Prescribe conditions of examinations and conduct public examinations at the end of class X & XII and grant qualifying certificates to successful candidates of the affiliated schools.
Kerala Co-operative Services Examination board Kerala
Kerala Co-operative Services Examination board conducts written examination of candidates for selection to various categories of posts as and when the requisition for such examination, is received from the concerned societies. The Board shall be responsible for the proper conduct of the examination.
Bihar School Examination Board Conducts matric & annual secondary examinations for Bihar and also recommends changes in the curriculum of matric & secondary education from time to time. Find exam results and syllabus at this website. www.bsebpatna.com not working.
There are many theories about the origins of the word Kamma and the social group known as Kammas but none is conclusive. One theory is that the people who lived in the Krishna river valley, where Buddhism prevailed, got the name from Theravada Buddhist concept of Kamma (Pali) or Karma (Sanskrit). This region was once known as Kammarashtram / Kammarattam / Kammanadu, which was under the control of Pallavas, Eastern Chalukyas and Telugu Cholas. Inscriptions mentioning Kammanadu are available since 3rd century A.D.