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Happy birthday wishes & Quotes

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We share all the best birthday wishes for friends, lovers & family members: brother, daughter, mother & father. There are some general birthday wishes with poems and funny wishes. Hope you like this post and find the meaningful wishes!
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More: Top 10 Happy birthday card

General Birthday wishes

I wish you luck, happiness and riches today, tomorrow and beyond.
As you look back on yesterday, may your memories be warm ones. As you celebrate today, may your heart be filled with happiness and joy. As you look ahead to tomorrow, may your deepest hopes and dreams come true for you!
I wish you to celebrate all the wonderful things that make you so special, not just on your special day, but on every day of the year!
I wish that for every extra candle on your cake, you receive an extra reason to smile. Happy Birthday to you!

Happy birthday wishes & poems

Wishing you happiness
To welcome each morning,
Wishing you laughter
To make your heart sing.
Wishing you friendship
Sharing and caring,
And all of the joy
The birthday can bring!

There couldn’t be a better day
To take a chance to say,
That you are wished a joy and luck-
Be happy everyday!
happy birthday poems and wishes, messages
Happy birthday poem to someone I love so much

Birthday wishes for friends

For my favorite friend, I wish you all your favorite things on your lucky day.
The perfect recipe for your year ahead should be 20 percent love mixed with 30 percent luck. Add on top 20 percent courage and garnish it with 30 percent health. Say cheers to life and have a Happy Birthday!
Special friends are a rare find, but am I glad that you are one of mine! Happy Birthday to a friend I’ll never forget!
Wishing my friend a beautiful day
Hopes and dreams I’m sending your way
May all be good and all come true
On this very special day for you!
Do you know why I never need to ask for any blessings from God? That’s because He has given me friends like you! Happy Birthday to you dear friend.
You are such a special friend,
Who deserves a special day,
For being who you are and
Bringing joy in every way.
You make me smile and laugh,
with everything you do,
So today I get to send
A special Birthday wish to you!

Happy birthday wishes for girl friend

Happy Birthday to the sweetest girlfriend ever! You deserve all the success, happiness and love in the world. Let’s celebrate this special day of your life together.
Do you believe in miracles? I sure do, Because I found you! Happy Birthday to the best girlfriend in the whole wide world!
With as much love, as I can share,
I wanted to let you know I care
Enough to send some love your way,
On your very special day!
Happy Birthday, sweetheart!
No birthday gift will be enough to make up for the the gift you gave me – the gift of your love. Happy Birthday to amazing little you!
On the lovely occasion of your birthday, I just want to remind you that I deeply, truly, madly am in love with you. Let’s make the most of your big day today!
Nothing brings me more happiness than the smile on your face. I want to see that smile on my girlfiend’s lips forever. Celebrate! You deserve the best.

Birthday Quotes

“And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.”
“Your birthday is a special time to celebrate the gift of ‘you’ to the world.”
“The secret to staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age.”
“Maturity has more to do with what types of experiences you’ve had, and what you’ve learned from them, and less to do with how many birthdays you’ve celebrated.”

AP POLYCET (CEEP) 2014 Notification, Poly Cet 2014 Online Application and Fee Payment or Hall Ticket Download at Meeseva or Aponline Centars  in Telangana,andhra pradesh Only.
AP POLYCET 2014  Dates
Open Online Registration: April-06th-2014
Close Online Registration: April-28th-2014
Hall Ticket Admit Card Download start: May-10th-2014
Exams Conducted On: May-21st-2014
Exams Results Released on: June-06th-2014


  sbtetap.gov.in, Andhra Pradesh State Board of Technical Education and Training (SBTET) Hyderabad was Every Year Conducted by CEEP POLYCET Entrance Exams, POLYCET 2014 year Notification Released on April 1st 2014, This Application Submission at Online mode SBTET Official Web Portal www.sbtetap.gov.in, Application Submission Online Starting April 06th 2014 to April 28th, 2014. Poly Cet Exam held on May 21st, 2014 Results will be Released on June 06th 2014, I Given below AP POLYCET 2014 Online Application, Polycet 2014 Exam Date, Polycet 2014 Hall Ticket, Polycet 2014 Answer Key care fully checked.


AP POLYCET is Polytechnic Common Entrance Exam Admission in to Diploma Courses 1st year, Polycet Entrance Exams Every Year Conducted by State Board of Technical Education and Training Andhra Pradesh (SBTET AP), This Application Submission Through Online Mode at SBTET Currently web portal http://sbtetap.gov.in, Candidates you must Pay Application Fee Through AP ONLINE Centers/Meeseva/ E-Sevas Centers Only, Candidates you Pay Each Application Rs 350/- Rupees only, AP Poly cet 2014 Online Application Submission Start on April 06th, 2014, Close on April 28th, 2014.

AP POLYCET 2014  Dates

Open Online Registration: April-06th-2014
Close Online Registration: April-28th-2014
Hall Ticket Admit Card Download start: May-10th-2014
Exams Conducted On: May-21st-2014
Exams Results Released on: June-06th-2014


About Polycet 2014
Polycet is Polytechnic comman Entrance Exam, this application submission through online mode at http://sbtetap.gov.in, last year CEEP is now Polycet name changed, Polycet entrance exams every year conducted by State Board Of Technical Education and Training (SBTET), Polycet Entrance Exam Passed candidates joining diploma courses 1st year admission in 2014-2015 year.

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Easy Steps To Speed Up Your USB 2.0 Drive

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1. Open you My Computer or press Windows key +E
2. Right click on your USB drive then click Properties
3. Go to Hardware tab, select your USB device then click Properties”
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4. Click on the change button.
“5. Go to Policies tab, Change the settings from Quick removal (default) to Better performance”
6. Click ok and Done.
“Note: If you perform this tweak it is now very important to use the Safely remove hardware notification icon before you unplug your USB device to avoid data loss or corruption.”
“Note: If you perform this tweak it is now very important to use the Safely remove hardware notification icon before you unplug your USB device to avoid data loss or corruption.”




The truth about tuberculosis

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Much has been said and shown about tuberculosis (TB) with several films having shown people constantly coughing and being diagnosed with the condition. It is preventable and treatable, yet the condition of tuberculosis ( TB) continues to be a major health threat, because of growing drug resistance and spiralling costs of treatment. That apart, fears and stigmas around the condition are abound. The TB scenario has only left doctors perplexed. "India is a heavy TB burden country. In urban settings , the problem is more severe compared to rural settings as the rate of transmission is higher due to overcrowded spaces. Patients from lower socio- economic status cannot afford diagnostic tests and anti- tubercular drugs, thus are diagnosed later and continue to spread the disease. Also, improper medication (irregularities in taking medicines by the patients or incorrect treatment regimen by private medical practitioners), leads to emergence of drug- resistant TB strains. Thus, worseningthe situation," says Dr BR Das, president, research and innovation, SRL Diagnostics. Drug resistance: major threat Rising drug incidence happens to be the biggest threat to TB control and cure. Drug resistant TB happens when the bacteria develops resistance to the most commonly used drugs in the first line of treatment regimen, leading to multidrug- resistant TB ( MDR- TB) and in extreme cases, extensively drug resistant TB ( XDR TB), where the bacteria fail to respond to even second line drugs," says Dr Chandan Kedawat, internal medicine specialist, PSRI Hospital. The other problem is that of patients not sticking to their drug regimen. " They end up discontinuing it because they feel better within a few weeks whereas the medicines should be taken for six months," points out Dr Kedawat. Poor drug regulation TB control has also become a challenge because of poor drug regulation and spiralling treatment costs. " Poor drug regulation has fuelled drug resistant TB, along with lack of discipline when it comes to TB regimen. There is no accountability, when it comes to adhering to proper diagnostic and treatment rules," says Dr Swati Sharma, New Delhi based internal medicine specialist. According to experts, lack of drug regulation has made even basic treatment of drug- sensitive TB difficult to monitor. " There are so many different formulations of TB drugs sold across and absolutely no monitoring," adds Dr Sharma. Irrational prescription and indiscriminate use of non- WHO recommended drug regimens has become a huge problem. " It is the patients who suffer the consequences of poor regulation of TB drug formulations in India. An increasing number of our patients are being diagnosed with drug resistant TB ( DR- TB). We encounter a spectrum of resistance patterns which range from mono- drugresistant TB all the way through to extensively drug- resistant TB ( XDR TB)," says Dr Simon Janes, medical coordinator, Médecins Sans Frontières ( MSF) India. Hence other diagnostic tests need to be performed to consider initiating antitubercular treatment. There are also other conditions, symptoms of which are familiar to TB. " Conditions like amyloidosis and sarcoidosis, have symptoms similar to TB too. And often it is too before the correct diagnosis happens," says Dr Kedawat. Say TB, and the first thing that might strike you is a cloudy chest X- ray. But there are several other forms of TB which affect other organs of the body like that of skin, intenstinal, lymph nodemusculoskeletal, central nervous system, gastrointestinal, skin, pericardial, among others. Way forward Apart from systemic policy changes, there is much that can be achieved by individual efforts, which are as simple as sticking to your medicine regimen beginning with the first line of treatment. " It is important to follow proper guidelines, avoid using anti TB medication for any other purpose other then TB, stick to total duration of care as treatment being of longer duration there is the tendency to default which leads to treatment failure and building up of resistance," says Dr Mansoor. While most of us are exposed to TB during our lifetime, those with low immunity are more likely to contract it. So one of the ways to keep it off you and combat this condition when it strikes, is to build your immunity; gradually and naturally. 











Dance of health

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Dance of
Ever had hormones like oxytocin, glucagon or thyroid strike a mudra and introduce themselves to you? Or have someone represent the rhythm and balance that different organs and hormones strike in order to keep you going like a well-oiled machine? Just one misstep or imbalance could cause this machine to come to a crashing halt. This is exactly what Dr Jayanthy Ramesh tried to present through his Kuchipudi dance ballet on the eve of World Health Day. Organised by Sai Institute of Endrocrinology in association with Cisne for Arts, this dance ballet presented various health issues in a creative manner. The blend of medical science and Kuchipudi dance was conceptualised and scripted by Dr Jayanthy Ramesh, a practising endocrinologist. "Though it is a Kuchipudi dance ballet, it was a way to express the importance of hormones in the body, lifestyle ailments and create awareness about health issues. I basically wanted to use a platform to drive home the point to the common man in a language understands," he says, adding , "Each hormone has a specific action and there is pulse style release, rhythmic action, amplitude, target action etc. Endocrinology is a dynamic equilibrium. Dance too has similar factors - pace, rhythm, action. That is why we thought of blending the two." The entire dance ballet was choreographed by Kuchipudi exponent Bhagavathula Sethuram, who also heads the department of dance at Telugu University. "I've been training under Guruji for some time now and after I penned the script he choreographed the ballet. This was no mean feat given that he had to express various hormones, their functions and lifestyle ailments through dance. I don't think anyone else could have choreographed the ballet as beautifully as he has," says the doctor, who also performed a portion of the ballet. Thirteen of Sethuram's students also performed the ballet. Vocal support was lent by Mantha Srinivas, a software employee. The ballet, which began with an ode to India, a country of cultural and religious diversity, soon progressed to introducing the various hormones in the human body and their importance before moving on to throw light upon the various lifestyle ailments like obesity, diabetes and cardiac issues that plague young Indians. "We as a nation are genetically predisposed to diabetes and heart ailment. But our current lifestyle habits that involve barely any exercise and changing dietary habits are only worsening the situation and are responsible for even youngsters falling prey to dreaded diseases. Through my dance I wanted to highlight these issues and create awareness among the general public on the importance of staying fit," says Dr Ramesh, who often has youngsters walking into his clinic with such ailments. Dr Ramesh, who first performed this ballet in February for an international medical conference, improvised upon the script for his recent performance. The medical practitioner who is also interested in poetry and creative arts says that penning the script happened in bursts. "Inspiration can strike any time. So I didn't write the entire script in one go. Lines would come to me while I'd interact with patients or when watching a music performance. I would make notes on my smartphone and then put it all together later. While I wrote the script in Telugu, my wife Dr. Srivalli translated it into English to cater to a wider audience," he says. Incidentally, the performance included various audio-visual elements in the backdrop to heighten the entire experience. Interestingly, Dr Ramesh is not a trained dancer. "I learnt dance for a couple of years before I joined medical school out of pure interest. But with medical school and subsequent practice, dance took a back seat. I've attempted this performance after a gap of nearly 25 years," he grins.

Winning combination

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Winning combination

The demand for management education in India is much larger than that of any other country including the U.S. By most estimates, about 2,50,000 Indians are seeking MBA degrees every year. It is no surprise that several schools have been started in the last six years to offer management education. Till 2001, Indian institutes offered only a two-year programme in management. The Indian School of Business that opened its doors in 2001 offered a one-year programme in management. This programme targeted experienced professionals who did not have a management background, and successfully delivered to them. Since then, several institutes have started offering the one-year PGDM. Part-time programme The part-time programme is offered to people who want to be in their jobs but still want to educate themselves. Traditionally, this segment offered the programme in the evenings. But given the fact that the bulk of the demand for this programme comes from people working in the IT industry and who start their work only by 6 p.m. in line with the U.S. time zone, the part-time programme could not be offered in the evenings, but over the weekend. The distance mode of delivery of the programme also catered to this group. The distance delivery mode comprised correspondence courses, online delivery using technology platforms such as the VSAT-based one-way delivery of audio, video conference based multi-way delivery in synchronous mode. Internet-based asynchronous programme delivery is another method. More recently, given the introduction of MOOCs (massive online open courses) by several reputed B schools in the U.S., some providers of online technology platforms are partnering with Indian schools to attempt such an online programme. Most of these programme providers, while focusing on the process and delivery, overlook the real need of the students which is to acquire well-paying jobs at the end of the programme. Since such job placements are not delivered, several business schools in India are finding it difficult to recruit students. Students are not willing to pay a high fee which is out of sync with the starting salaries that are offered to students graduating from those institutes. Students look for a 1:1 match between the fees of the programme and the starting salary. If an institute charges Rs. 6 lakh as the fee for the programme, students expect a starting salary ranging from Rs.5.5 lakh to Rs.6.5 lakh. Herein lies the issue, since most companies do not offer such starting salaries for entry-level managers. There is scope for offering a programme for inexperienced students which combines work and study in such a way that companies are also involved. Such a programme can combine the strengths of both modes of delivery - online and live classes. A programme that requires students to work as interns in companies during the weekdays and be in the class on weekends is an ideal one for inexperienced students. If companies can be co-opted into this programme by B schools so that they provide the internship opportunity to these students while also offering an opportunity to be considered for a job, the programme gains strength. Students can then get a better compensation upon graduation so that they would have had two years of experience. Companies would get to evaluate the candidates deeply before they offer them jobs. The online technology will help in keeping the students connected to the professors and other students during the week while the course is delivered live during weekends. This requires a close cooperation between the institutes and the companies. Either one or both can take the initiative in designing such a programme. At the National Management School, we are experimenting with such a programme this year. This follows the success of the internship-based study-abroad programme that we organise for students from U.S. universities. We believe that a good quality programme with qualified professors can be delivered with the active cooperation of a few companies that see value in such a proposition. The writer is Dean, The National Management School. Email: sankaran@nms.edu.in


The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore has invited applications online up to April 30 for admission to its regular four-year Bachelor of Science (BS) programme. Those who have passed Plus Two/equivalent examination with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and secured 60 per cent marks in aggregate or those who appear the qualifying examination in 2014 are eligible to apply. Application fee is Rs.400 (Rs.200 for SC/ST and PH categories). www.iisc.ernet.in/ug • The Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Thiruvananthapuram, has invited applications online for admission to the Integrated PhD programme in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. Bachelors degree holders in Biology, Chemistry. Mathematics, Physics, Engineering and related areas with minimum 55 per cent marks/equivalent grade are eligible to apply. JEST 2014 score is needed for Admission to Integrated PhD programme in Physics. Last date February 23. www.iisertvm.in/iphd. The programme will commence in August. • The Centre for Biopolymer Science and Technology (a unit of CIPET), Eloor, Udyogamandal P.O., Kochi, has invited online applications for admission to MSc Biopolymer Science course. BSc degree holders in any branch with chemistry as main/subsidiary subject with minimum 50 per cent marks are eligible to apply. Selection is based on CUSAT-CAT 2014. Last date February 20. www.cusat.nic.in. • The Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, has invited applications online for admission to MSc/ MSc-Tech, M.Phil., M.Tech. and PhD programmes. Selection is based on All India Entrance Examination to be held on May 11. Apply online from February 14 (for MTech and PhD programmes February 24 onwards). Last date April 7. www.ismdhanbad.ac.in. • The Forest Research Institute (Deemed) University, Dehradun, has invited applications online up to April 14 for online entrance test to be held on May 11 for admission to its M.Sc. programmes in forestry, wood science and technology, environment management, cellulose and paper technology. In Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram and Thrissur will be the test centres. Fee for registration is Rs.1,200. For online application and for details visit http://fri.icfre.gov.in • The Indian Statistical Institute has invited applications online up to March 6 for national-level ISI admission test to be held on May 11 for admission to its three-year B.Stat., B.Math. (Hons); two-year M.Stat. and M.Math.; Master of Science (MS) in quantitative economics; quality management science; library and information science; M.Tech. in Computer Science; Quality, Reliability and Operations Research; JRF in Statistics, Mathematics, Quantitative Economics, Computer Science, Quality Reliability and Operations Research; Physics and Applied Mathematics; Agriculture and Ecology; Human Genetics, Geology, Library and Information Science, Linguistics offered in its centres in Kolkata, Delhi, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bangalore. www.isical.ac.in/-deanweb. • Birla Institute of Technology (BIT) Mesra, Ranchi, has invited applications for admission to its four-year BE; two-year ME; M.Pharm.; M.Tech.; M.Sc., one-year PG Diploma and two-year M.Sc. programmes. www.bitmesra.ac.in. • The College of Engineering, Sreekaryam, Trivandrum, has invited applications for admission to two-year regular Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme. Last date April 30.

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