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What is GST? | All about GST
 
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What is GST? | All about GST We have started a new series on the GST Act and GST Rules for CA, CMA, CS and MBA. Learn all about it from the following series: "GST | Goods and Services Tax Act 2017 | Learn About GST Act | Introduction to GST | Complete Lesson" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPHspau5gV-cvkzTK89TlhUe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5uqkDTIJBM&list=PLJumA3phskPHspau5gV-cvkzTK89TlhUe&index=2 A Video by Edupedia World. www.edupediaworld.com All Rights reserved Music from http://bensound.com
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Arabic Language|Arabic Negation l Form Negative for Pastl Form Negative for Present and Future Tense
 
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Arabic Language; Foreign Language Arabic Negation l Arabic Language 1. Introduction: 00:00:18-00:00:37 2. Negation for present tense: 00:00:39-00:02:18 3. Negation for past tense: 00:02:19-00:03:12 4. Negation for Past followed by present form of the word: 00:03:13-00:05:08 5. Negation for Future Tense: 00:05:09-00:06:27 6. Negation for Nominal Sentences: 00:06:28-00:07:51 7. Revision: 00:07:52-00:09:15 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on the Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved
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Srinivasa Ramanujan- Life History | All About Ramanujan | Life Documentary
 
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Famous Personalities and Events: Life History of The Man who knew Infinity | Srinivasa Ramanujan | Life Journey | Discovery The Life History of Srinivasa Ramanujan - The was born on 22nd Dec 1887 . He was mathematical Genius who made extraordinary Contributions to Mathematical Analysis number theory , Infinite Series , and Continued Fractions . Video By "Edupedia World" (www.edupediaworld.com),Free Online Education; Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg All Right Reserved
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Price-Output Determination under Monopoly in the Long Run
 
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Managerial Economics; Management; Price-Output Determination under Monopoly in the Long Run; Introduction- 00:00:00- 00:00:30 Long Run Price-Output Determination 00:00:31- 00:06:57 *What are the similarities between long run and short run with respect to the price-output decisions? *The conditions under which the monopolist can expand his firm? *Graphical representation of profit-maximizing output and price *How is the profit of the firm calculated graphically? *What is the major difference between price-output determinations in the long run with that of the short run? *What are the conditions under which the firm can enhance its production in the long run in a monopoly? Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFwp2XXInxCWpv28nPMimDU for more videos on Managerial Economics; All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language | How to Speak in the Past Tense l "to be" in Past Tense
 
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Arabic; Foreign Language How to Speak in the Past Tense l Arabic Language 1. How to speak in the past tense - 00:00:19 - 00:00:24 2. How to speak was and were - 00:00:32 - 00:01:50 3. How to use with singular and masculine - 00:01:58 - 00:03:02 4. How to use with singular and masculine - 00:03:09 - 00:04:01 5. How to use with 'You were' (Male) - 00:04:05 - 00:05:08 6. How to use with 'You were' (Female) - 00:05:15 - 00:06:00 7. Quick Revision - 00:06:06 - 00:10:13 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here (https://www..com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved
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Indian Geography | NCERT Class 9-For UPSC/IAS/CSE | Physical Features of India | Types of Monsoon
 
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General Geography :Indian Geography | NCERT Class 9-For UPSC/IAS/CSE | Physical Features of India | Types of Monsoon|03 -Weathers in India -Importance of monsoon in India -Types of monsoon: south-western Monsoon : North-western Monsoon -Actions of South-Western Monsoon -Actions of North-Eastern Monsoon ; General Geography : Physical features of India - Classification of Soils - Agencies involved in soil classification - Major classification of Indian Soil - Area of Red soil shown in Map ; Videos by Edupedia World(www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education. Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click on (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...) for more Videos. All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Material Science & Engineering | Diffusion in Solids| its Different States | 5.2
 
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Engineering Subjects: Introduction to Material Science and Engineering: Material Science and Engineering | Diffusion in Solids| Steady State & Non-Steady State Diffusion | 5.2 Review: In the previous video, we started with the topic Diffusion in Solids and had seen: • What diffusion is? • How diffusion takes place even in solid • Different types of Diffusion • Different Diffusion Mechanism • The fundamentals of Diffusion In this lecture, we shall discuss further about diffusion and see what steady state and non-steady state diffusions are: We shall see: • What they are? • When each type occurs? • What are the concerning factors affecting the steady state and non-steady state diffusions? Steady State Diffusion:- • Diffusion is a time dependent process • Rate of diffusion is an important practical parameter • In different heat treatment the important phenomenon taking place is diffusion and we must know how much time a particular material needs to be heat treated for diffusion to occur. • Diffusion Flux denoted by J, is used to define the rate of diffusion • Diffusion Flux states that the amount of matter which is transported per unit are, per unit time. • It is a very important criterion • It is the practical parameter based upon which many decisions for heat treatment process is taken • If the Diffusion Flux remains constant with time, it is said to be steady state diffusion. • Diffusion occurs (driving force) due to Concentration Gradient What is Concentration Gradient? • Concentration Gradient is the rate of change of concentration per unit change of position. • Higher the Concentration Gradient, faster will be the diffusion as there will be more driving force and more change will be taking place. • Diffusion Flux (J) can also be expressed in terms of gradient. This is called Fick’s First Law. • Fick’s First Law states that the Diffusional Flux (J) is equal to the negative Concentration Gradient times Diffusion Coefficient (D). • Negative sign is because diffusion is taking place from a higher concentration to a lower concentration. • Diffusion coefficient depends on several factors including What is the specimen that is diffusing? What is the temperature at which the diffusion is taking place and so on • For higher temperature D will be large and for lower temperature D will be small • If the material is small D will be large and so on. • Fick’s First Law is possible in the steady state diffusion because Concentration Gradient does not depend on time. Non-Steady State Diffusion:- • When Concentration Gradient is a function of time or when it depends on time then it is called the Non-Steady State Diffusion. • For most practical application the Concentration Gradient keep changing with time. • Diffusion Flux therefore, itself is a function of time. Here Fick’s Second Law holds. • It relates the change of concentration with time to the change of concentration with position. • These are the real scenarios that happen during different processes carburising, nitrocarburising, carbonitriding, etc. • An example of semi-infinite solid with graph is shown. With these fundamental of diffusion that steady state diffusion means that the Concentration Gradient remains constant and Non-Steady state diffusion means that the Concentration Gradient changing, you have the idea of diffusion which will be handy to understand the different heat treatment further down the line. In the next lecture, we shall see some of the dominant factor that effect the rate of diffusion A video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), free online education Click here for more videos on this topic: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Rights Reserved.
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Mother Teresa- Born for Humanity  | Life Journey of Mother Teresa | Must Watch
 
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Famous personalities and events: Born for Humanity | Mother Teresa | Life Journey of Mother Teresa Mother Teresa (26 August 1910 – 5 September 1997) also known as Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, was a Roman Catholic religious sister and missionary.She was born in Skopje (modern Republic of Macedonia). After having lived in Macedonia for some eighteen years, she moved to Ireland and then to India, where she lived for most of her life. Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, now known as Mother Teresa, was the third and final child born to her Albanian Catholic parents, Nikola and Dranafile Bojaxhiu, in the city of Skopje (a predominantly Muslim city in the Balkans). Her father was an entrepreneur and who worked as a construction contractor and a trader of medicines and other goods.When Mother Teresa was about eight years old, her father died unexpectedly. Agnes attended a convent and primary school and a secondary school. When Mother Teresa was 12 years old, she began to feel called to serve God as a nun. In 1928, 18-year-old Mother Teresa travelled to Ireland and then on to India and never saw her mother or sister again. It took more than two years to become a Loreto nun. After spending six weeks in Ireland Mother Teresa then travelled to India in 1929. After two years as a novice, Mother Teresa took her first vows as a Loreto nun on May 24, 1931. As a new Loreto nun, Mother Teresa (known then only as Sister Teresa, a name she chose after St. Teresa of Lisieux) settled in to the Loreto Entally convent in Kolkata (previously called Calcutta) and began teaching history and geography at the convent schools. In 1935, 25-year-old Mother Teresa was given a special exemption to teach at a school outside of the convent, St. Teresa's. After two years at St. Teresa's, Mother Teresa took her final vows on May 24, 1937 and officially became "Mother Teresa." Almost immediately after taking her final vows, Mother Teresa became the principal of St. Mary's, one of the convent schools and was once again restricted to live within the convent's walls. "A call within a call" September 10, 1946, a day now annually celebrated as "Inspiration Day," Mother Teresa received what she described as a "call within a call." She had been traveling on a train to Darjeeling when she received an "inspiration," a message that told her to leave the convent and help the poor by living among them. Mother Teresa was granted permission to leave the convent for one year to help the poorest of the poor. In March 1949, Mother Teresa was joined by her first helper, a former pupil from Loreto. Soon she had ten former pupils helping her. At the end of Mother Teresa's provisionary year, she petitioned to form her own order of nuns, the Missionaries of Charity. Her request was granted by Pope Pius XII; the Missionaries of Charity was established on October 7, 1950. Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Mechanical Properties - Creep Behaviour | 6.5
 
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Engineering Subjects: Introduction to Material Science and Engineering: Materials Science & Engineering | Mechanical Properties - Creep Behaviour | 6.5 Introduction Previous Lecture - Fatigue Present Lecture - Creep Creep It is a time dependent phenomena and it occurs at elevated temperature and is dependent on melting point.
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Indian Geography| NCERT Class 9-For UPSC/IAS/CSE| Physical Features in India| Types of Vegetation
 
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General Geography :Indian Geography | NCERT Class 9-For UPSC/IAS/CSE | Physical Features of India | Types of Vegetation in India | 04 -Meaning of Natural Vegetation -Places of Natural Vegetation in India -Types of Forests available in India ; Videos by Edupedia World(www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education. Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click on (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...) for more Videos. All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Material Science |  Introduction and Stress Relieving | Heat Treatment  | 10.1
 
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Material Science and Engineering : Engineering AMIE Exam Lectures- Material Science | Introduction and Stress Relieving | Heat Treatment | 10.1 Introduction - : Previous Lecture - Phase Diagram, Kind of Phase Diagram Present Lecture - Heat Treatment related with steel Heat treatment Processes - There are different major heat treatments. Major one are - : - Stress Relieving - Annealing and it's type - Normalizing - Spheroidizing - Hardening - Tempering - Austempering - Martempering - Sub - Zero Treatment Stress Relieving - Used to remove internal stress - No microstructural changes - Uniform heating else internal stress development - Extent or stress relieved depends on temperature and time. Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Strengthening Mechanism - 1 | 7.3
 
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Material Science and Engineering : Engineering AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Strengthening Mechanism - 1 | 7.3 Introduction - Previous Lecture - Slip and Slip System Present Lecture - Strengthening Mechanisms Strengthening Mechanism Different Strengthening Mechanism include - - Grain Size Reduction - Solid Solution Strengthening - Strain Hardening - Precipitation and Dispersion Strengthening - Transformation Hardening Grain Size Reduction - Dislocation Motion is restricted at thee grain boundary - Change in slip direction - High Angle - Dislocation might not traverse through, stress concentration active dislocation in adjacent grain - Small Angle - Less Effective - Hall Petch Relation - Improves Strength as well as toughness Solid Solution Strengthening - Alloying with impurity atoms - Impurity Provides Lattice Strain - Dislocation Movement Restricted - Increase In Strength, Reduction in Ductility Video By EdupediaWorld Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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SARFAESI ACT 2002 | Introduction | Bank | Obligor | Qualified Institutional Buyers | Part 1
 
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Corporate and Allied Laws - CA; SARFAESI ACT 2002 | Introduction | Bank | Obligor | Qualified Institutional Buyers | Part 1; SARFAESI:- Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act 2002 Four Components in this Sarfaesi Act 2002 1) Obligor : Its Nobody but that Person Who comes to the bank for loan 2) Bank : Financial Assets is the Debtor of The Bank . Bank gives out Loan and not able to recover its loan and then Reconstruction of company stands 3) Securtisation and Reconstruction Company 4) Qualified Institutional Buyers Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our app from play store: Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPH5YoBcfqxge34jimmM72XO for more videos on Corporate and Allied Laws- CA; All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Material Design | Continuous Cooling Transformation Diagram | 9.3
 
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Engineering Subjects: Material Science and Engineering: Material Science | Material Design - Part 3 | Continuous Cooling Transformation Diagram | CCT - 9.3 Introduction - : Previous Lecture - TTT Diagram Present Lecture - CCT Diagram CCT Diagram (Continuous - Cooling - Transformation) - It is not carried at isothermal condition - Curves are shifted to more time and lower temperature - Bainite formation not possible. Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engg. I Properties of Martensite, Pearlite & Bainite I  9.5
 
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Material Science and Engineering : Engineering AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engg. I Properties of Martensite, Pearlite & Bainite I 9.5 Introduction - : Previous Lecture - : Martensite Present Lecture - : Brief the different properties Mechanical Properties of Perlite and Bainite - : - Fine Pearlite - Coarse Pearlite - Cementite Martensite - Strongest - Brittle - Increase in C % ; leads to increase in hardness - Austenite to martensite - Unusable Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved
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Sap FICO | Demo for Posting the Incoming Payments | Customer Line Item Report
 
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FICO-SAP FINANCE AND CONTROLLING HOW THE INVOICES LOOK LIKE IN THE LINE ITEM REPORT HOW TO POST THE INCOMING PAYMENTS Customer line item report, Look of invoices in the line item report, Posting of the incoming Payments, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Heat Treatment | Tempering & its Type | 10.6
 
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Engineering Subjects; Material Science and Engineering: AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Heat Treatment | Tempering & its Type | 10.6 Introduction Previous Video - : Different types of heat treatment processes Present Video - : Tempering Tempering - : It is required just after the hardening process and is heated below lower critical temperature followed by air cooling or furnace cooling. Changes takes place during tempering - : - Carbon rejected by BCT martensite. - Spheroidization - Formation of ferrite and carbide mixture. Austempering Process - : Austempering is converted to martensite Advantages - - Low internal stess - Less distrotion - Improves mechanical property. Sub - Zero Treatment - Used to reduce retained austensile. Results in - : - Increased hardness - Increased wea resistance - Increase in internal stress , tempering required. Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Material Science | Material Design- 02 | Time Temperature Transformation | 9.2
 
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Engineering Subjects: Material Science and Engineering: MATERIAL DESIGN - Part 2 | Time Temperature Transformation | TTT Diagram | 9.2 Introduction - : Previous Video - Different Kind of Invariant reaction take place Present Video - TTT Diagram TTT Diagram - Time Temperature Transformation (Isothermal Transformation Diagram) It deals with Isotherma condition i.e temperature is maintained constant throughout the transformation Pearlite Start and Pearlite Finish for different temperatures Fine Pearlite Coarse Pearlite Proeutectoid Phase Bainite Meta Stable (Has more hardness than pearlite) Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Personal Pronouns | Conjugate Present Tense Verbs
 
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Arabic Language | Foreign Languages; Conjugate Present Tense Verbs | Arabic Language Arabic Language | Personal Pronouns | Conjugate Present Tense Verbs Personal Pronouns in Arabic Use of EAT with Personal Pronouns Use of DRINK with Personal Pronouns Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH for more videos on Arabic Language. All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Types of Sentences in Arabic | Arabic Nominal Sentences l Arabic Verbal Sentences
 
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Arabic Language; Foreign Language Nominal Sentences l Arabic Language 1. Types of Sentences- Nominal Sentences & Verbal Sentences: 00:00:25-00:01:13 2. Nominal Sentences: 00:01:14-00:02:28 3. Parts of Nominal Sentences: 00:02:29-00:03:44 4. Vowels on Mubtada and Khabar: 00:03:45-00:04:57 5. Types of Khabar: 00:04:58-00:08:06 6. Revision: 00:08:07-00:12:40 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved
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Training and Developing Employees l Human Resource Management
 
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Human Resource Management; Management Training and Developing Employees l Human Resource Management 1. Employee Orientation: 00:00:40-00:01:25 2. Objectives of Employee Orientation a. Convey what is expected from the employee b. Reduce anxiety c. Help understanding organization and its culture d. Work Behavior: 00:01:26-00:03:15 3. Employee Training: 00:03:16-00:04:08 4. Employee Training Process- a. Need Analysis b. Instruction Design c. Validation d. Implementation e. Evaluation: 00:04:09-00:05:23 5. Training Need Analysis: 00:05:24-00:06:31 6. Identifying Training Needs: 00:06:32-00:07:22 7. Designing and Training Program: 00:07:23-00:09:06 8. Validation: 00:09:07-00:09:35 9. Evaluation: 00:09:36-00:10:05
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Dr. Visvesvaraya | Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya | Engineer Visvesvaraya (Bharat Ratna Awardee)
 
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Famous Personalities and Events: Engineer's Day (15 September) | Dr. Visvesvaraya's Birthday | Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya Full Name- Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, Born- 15 September 1860, Muddenahalli, Chikballapur, Kingdom of Mysore (now in Karnataka), British India Died- 14 April 1962 (aged 101), Bangalore, Mysore State, India Nationality- Indian Alma mater- University of Madras, College of Engineering, Pune Profession- Civil Engineer Religion- Hinduism Career In Brief:- -Joined service as Assistant Engineer in Bombay, 1884; served in Nasik, Khandesh and Poona; -services lent to Municipality of Sukkur in Sind, 1894: designed and carried out the water works of that Municipality, 1895; -Executive Engineer, Surat, 1896; -Assistant Superintending Engineer, Poona, 1897–99; visited China and Japan, 1898; -Executive Engineer for Irrigation, Poona, 1899; -Sanitary Engineer, Bombay, and Member, Sanitary Board, 1901; gave evidence before the Indian Irrigation Commission, 1901; -designed and constructed Automatic Gates patented by him at Lake Fife Storage Reservoir; introduced a new system of irrigation known as the "Block System", 1903; represented the Bombay Government at the Simla Irrigation Commission, 1904; on special duty, 1905; -Superintending Engineer, 1907; visited Egypt, Canada. United States of America and Russia, 1908; -services lent as Special Consulting Engineer, Hyderabad, to supervise and carry out Engineering works in connection with the Musi floods, 1909; -retired from British service, 1909; -Chief Engineer and Secretary to the Government of Mysore, 1909; -Dewan of Mysore, P. W. and Railway Department, 1913; -Board of director of TATA STEEL, 1927-1955. Awards and Honours:- Visvesvaraya was appointed a Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire (CIE) in 1911.[12] In 1915, while he was the Diwan of Mysore, Visvesvaraya was knighted as a Knight Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire (KCIE) by the British for his myriad contributions to the public good.[13] After India attained independence, he was awarded with the nation's highest honour, the Bharat Ratna, in 1955.[14] He was feted with honorary membership of the international Institution of Civil Engineers (based in London) and a fellowship of the Indian Institute of Science (based in Bangalore). He was awarded several honorary doctoral degrees like D.Sc., LL.D., D.Litt. from eight universities in India. He was president of the 1923 Session of the Indian Science Congress. Sir M.V. was awarded honorary Membership of London Institution of Civil Engineers for an unbroken 50 years.[15] He was the most popular person from Karnataka, in a newspaper survey conducted by Prajavani. Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Material Science and Engineering | Diffusion in Solids| Types |  Mechanism| 5.1
 
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Engineering Subjects: Introduction to Material Science and Engineering: Material Science and Engineering| Diffusion in Solids| Types of Diffusion| Diffusion Mechanism| 5.1 Review: In the previous set of videos, we had seen the different kinds of imperfections that can be present in a solid material. In the next 3 lectures, we shall be discussing about diffusion: • What is diffusion? • What is the basic phenomenon behind it? • What are the different types of diffusion processes? What is Diffusion:- - We have already studied diffusion in our junior classes but they are specific to gases. - Similar to that phenomenon, diffusion can take place even in solids. Let us understand the basic phenomenon of diffusion:- 00:01:00 - It is the process of mass transport by movement of atoms and molecules from a region of high chemical potential to a region of low chemical potential. - High chemical potential most of the time corresponds to High concentration - Low chemical potential most of the time corresponds to Low concentration - There are two types of diffusion: • Interdiffusion or impurity Diffusion • Self-Diffusion Interdiffusion or impurity Diffusion:- If a material of iron has some carbon molecules present and the carbon molecules diffuse and move to a different place then this is called Interdiffusion or Impurity Diffusion, because small amount of carbon in the bulk Iron is considered to be an impurity. Self-Diffusion:- If some iron molecules from the bulk iron material diffuse and shift to a new location then this is called Self Diffusion. Diffusion Mechanism:- How diffusion takes place? During diffusion a step by step movement of atom takes place from one lattice site to another. The requirements or diffusion to take place are 1. There should be an adjacent vacant site 2. Sufficient energy to break bond with neighbours Where will the atom get energy to break the bonds? Atomic vibration provides the required energy to break free the bond. More the temperature more would be the vibration and more energy to break free the bond. There are two different mechanisms of diffusion • Vacancy Diffusion • Interstitial Diffusion Vacancy Diffusion:– - As the name suggests, this has got to do something with vacancy. - Interchange of atom from normal lattice site with adjacent vacancy. - Ease depends on vacancy concentration. - Direction of movement of atom and vacancy is opposite to each other. - Both "Self diffusion" as well as "interdiffusion" takes place Interstitial Diffusion:– - Interstitial are small pockets of empty spaces between atoms. When atoms are packed they have a packing fraction which would be less than 100%, so there is some space between atoms. - Small impurities can lie in between the atoms in these voids or empty space. - No vacancy required, no breaking of bonds required but the impurities or smaller atoms move through these vacancies. - Normally the atom moving is the impurity particle smaller in size. - Interstitial diffusion is faster as the atoms moving through the vacancy are smaller and the space between atoms is far more than the vacancy in vacancy diffusion. We have seen • What diffusion is? • Diffusion takes place even solid • Different types of Diffusion • Different Diffusion Mechanism • Temperature is an important criterion to tell how fast diffusion can take place In the next video, we shall see further and build on what we have seen today. A video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), free online education Click here for more videos on this topic: https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Rights Reserved.
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Spearman's Rank Correlation: Case of Tied Ranks | How to find Correlation Coefficient (Statistics)
 
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Spearman's Rank Correlation: Case of Tied Ranks | Correlation Coefficient Quantitative Techniques in Management: How to find the Coefficient of Correlation also called the Correlation Coefficient when the Ranks are given and there is a case of tie between two or more ranks? Correlation is an Important topic of Statistics. Spearman's Rank Correlation is a method finding the correlation between two variables when their ranks are mentioned instead of their score. The other popular method of finding the correlation between two variables is the Karl Pearson's Coefficient of Correlation. Case of Tied Ranks arise when two or more variables have the same rank. Here we learn how to resolve this case and find the correlation between two variables. A Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com). All Rights Reserved. Have a look at the other videos on this topic: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPH2vSufmMsrBUHbuoQY3G4R Browse through other subjects in our playlist: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6E97LDJTFJgzWU7G3CHILw/playlists?sort=dd&view=1
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Fracture | 6.6
 
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Material Science and Engineering : Engineering AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Fracture | 6.6 Introduction Previous Lecture - Creep Present Lecture - Fracture Fracture - Separation of a body into 2 or more parts at a low temperature. Stress can be - : Tensile Compressive Torsional Shear Modes Of Fracture - : Ductile Brittle Steps of Fracture Process - : Crack Formation Crack Propagation Ductile Fracture is preferred by Engineers Image of Ductile Fracture and Brittle Fracture Ductile To Brittle Transition '- BCC and HCP shows the transition - FCC remain ductile even at very low temperature - Ceramics normally have DBTT in excess of 1000 c Video By EdupediaWorld Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Arabic Possessive Pronouns| Arabic Attached Pronouns| Possessive Pronouns Examples
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Languages: Attached Pronouns | Possessive Pronouns | Arabic Language; Attached Pronouns (Possessive Pronouns) My, Our Your (M), Your (Dual M), Your Plural M Your (F), Your (Dual F), Your Plural F His, Their (Dual M), Their (Plural M) Her, Their (Dual F), Their (Plural F) (00:00-05:30) Revision (05:31-06:54) Test yourself (06:55-09:05) Translate into English. (09:06-13:32) Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH for more videos on Arabic Language. All Rights Reserved.
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Days, Months & Seasons of the year
 
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Spanish: Days, Months & Seasons of the year video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com). All Rights Reserved.
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Project Management-Intro to CPM & PERT| Critical Path Method| Project Evaluation & Review Technique
 
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Operation Management: Project Management-Intro to CPM & PERT; Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com). All right reserved.
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59. हिन्दी Language: Possession Words (ka, ki, ke) | Usage of Possession Words | का की के - प्रयोग
 
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Hindi Language: Possession Words- ka, ke, ki/ Usage of Possession Words Possession words in hindi का की के - प्रयोग Hindi me ka, ki, ke के प्रयोग Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our app from play store: Download our App: https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://goo.gl/Vh27wT for more videos on Hindi; All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Strengthening Mechanism - 2 | 7.4
 
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Material Science and Engineering : Engineering AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Strengthening Mechanism - 2 | 7.4 Introduction Previous Lecture - Strengthening The Materials Present Lecture - Strain Hardening Ductile Material becomes stronger by continuous plastic deformation Strain Hardening - Strain Hardening, Work Hardening, Cold Hardening - Ductile Material Become stronger by continuous plastic deformation - Increase in dislocation density Dislocation - Dislocation strain field interaction - Percent Gold work refers to percent reduction in area Strain Hardening Recovery, Recrystallization & Grain Growth - Plastic Deformation Results in - : * Change in grain shape * Strain Hardening * Increase in dislocation density On annealing treatment, similar to initial state can be recovered by following series of states: * Recovery * Recrystallization * Grain Growth Recovery * Reduction in internal strain * Enhanced Atomic Diffusion - High Temperature * Reduction in dislocation density Recrystallization - Formation of new strain free equiaxed graines - Helps refine grain structure - Increase in ductility, decrease in strength - Increase in time and/or temperature increases extent of recrystallization Factors Affecting Recrystallization Temperature - Extent of Cold Work - Alloying increase recrystallization temperature Grain Growth - Takes place at elevated temperature - Driving Force is net reduction in grain boundary area - Larger grains grow at the expense of smaller grains - Occurs by short range diffusion - High Temperature, more time, Favors Grain Growth - Fine Grains are usually mechanically superior than coarse grain Video By EdupediaWorld Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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SAP FICO | Module | FI/CO Overview | SAP Finance and Controlling .
 
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SAP FICO MODUE: SAP FICO Module/ FI/CO Overview | SAP Finance and Controlling . Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPHhtSwD6hzYyuhi-qw3livb for more videos on SAP- FICO. All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Material Science | Material Design - Part 4 | Martensite & Transformation | 9.4
 
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Engineering Subjects: Material Science and Engineering: Material Science | Material Design - Part 4 | Martensite | What is Martensite transformation | 9.4 Introduction - : Previous Lecture - CCT Diagrams Present Lecture - Martensitic Transformation Martensitic Transformation - : It is formed by diffusionless transformation of austenite. - Rapid quenching to low temperature - supersaturated with carbon - Instantaneous Transformation Lower the temperature more the Martensite There is no martensite finish line, means we can never get 100% of martensite formation. Retained Austenite - Austenite remains in conversations is known as Retained Austernite. By seeing the cooling curve, we can decide the schedule which needs to be followed, which gives different microstructure. Different phases of the material. Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Introduction | 1.1
 
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Material Science and Engineering : Engineering Materials Science & Engineering | Scope of Materials Science & Engineering | 1.1: Effect of Material Science and Engineering on Transportation Development of Material Science and Engineering has helped in high * speed communication * Agricultural Farming Brief History Of Material Science and Engineering Video By EdupediaWorld Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved. .
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SAP FICO | Account Payable | Accounts payable Transactions | Vendor posting | Invoice verification
 
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SAP FICO Module: SAP FICO / Account Payable: What is Accounts Payable, Accounts payable Transactions overview, What are the Vendor posting, How vendor voice can be created, Invoice verification, Open/Cleared items in Account payable document, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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SAP SD | Revenue Recognition | Steps for Configuration of Revenue Recognition
 
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SAP ERP SALES AND DISTRIBUTION MODULE IN SAP ERP REVENUE RECOGNITION Revenue recognition, Configuration of the Revenue Recognition, Steps for the configuration in details, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPHjbd-dsViJ1Kg8L7AKZdDT) to watch more videos on Subject name; All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science & Engineering | Binary Eutectic System | Phase Diagram | 8.4.1
 
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Material Science and Engineering : Engineering Materials Science & Engineering | Binary Eutectic System | Phase Diagram - Part 1 | Introduction - : previous Lecture - Phase Diagram Present Lecture - Binary Eutectic System Binary Eutectic System - One liquid giving rise to two solids simultaneously known as Eutectic Reaction. Phase Diagram which Eutectic Reaction is called Eutectic System. Example - Copper Silver System Invariant Reaction - Reactions which takes place at only one singular point is known as Invariant Reaction and they have zero degree of freedom. Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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Satyendra Nath Bose-Father of God Particle | Physicist  & Scientist | Bose Biography
 
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Famous Personalities and Events: Satyendra Nath Bose-Father of God Particle | Physicist & Scientist | Bose Biography Born: 1 January 1894 Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India Died: 4 February 1974 (aged 80) Calcutta, India[1] Nationality: Indian Fields: Physics and Mathematics Institutions: The University of Calcutta and University of Dhaka Alma mater: University of Calcutta Hindu School Known for: Bose–Einstein condensate Bose–Einstein statistics Bose–Einstein distribution Bose–Einstein correlations Bose gas Boson Ideal Bose equation of state Photon gas Notable awards: Padma Vibhushan Fellow of the Royal Society Spouse: Ushabati Bose (née Ghosh) Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPExt5LAV-hJ2MtAXcfCKSYJ for more videos on Famous Personalities and Events. All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Arabic Health Related Words l Arabic Sentences Including Health Words
 
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Arabic l Foreign Language; How to speak Health Related Words in Arabic l Arabic Language 1. Key words related to Health - 00:00:34 - 00:05:12 2. How to speak wound, painful, Medicine, Hospital etc - 00:05:19 - 00:07:37 3. Use of "To" with words in Arabic - 00:07:40 - 00:11:32 4. Sentences uses to explain the application - 00:11:33 - 00:15:40 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved
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Basis of Accounting / Cash Basis / Accrual Basis
 
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Accountancy (Grade 11): High School Learning; Basis of Accounting / Cash Basis / Accrual Basis; Basis of Accounting i) Cash Basis of accounting ii) Accrual basis of accounting Cash Basis - Revenues/Income are recognised /recorded when received - Expenses are recognised / recorded when paid Example of cash basis of accounting Accrual Basis of Accounting - Revenues/Income are recognised /recorded when earned - Expenses are recognised / recorded when incurred Examples of accrual basis of accounting Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click to watch more videos on Accountancy (Grade 11); All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Material Science | Introduction to Annealing | Annealing Processes | 10.2
 
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Engineering Lectures; Material Science and Engineering: 10.2 - Heat Treatment | Annealing Part 1 | Introduction to Annealing | Annealing Processes Introduction - Previous Lecture - Different Heat Treatment Processes Present Lecture - Annealing Processes Annealing Processes - : It is a three step process - * Heating to a Predetermined temperature * Holding at that temperature for certain time * Cooling very slowly Temperature is decided by - * The composition * Desired Property Purpose - : * Relieving internal stress * Improve Ductility and Toughness * Refine Grain * Enhance Mechanibility Types of Annealing depending on temperature of treatment - : - Full Annealing - Partial Annealing - Sub - Critical Annealing Type of annealing depending on purpose : - Diffusion Annealing - Process Annealing - Recrystallization Annealing Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science And Engineering | Phase Diagram - Iron Carbon | Part 8.6
 
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Material Science and Engineering : Engineering Materials Science And Engineering | Phase Diagram - Iron Carbon - Introduction | Part 8.6 Introduction Previous Lecture - Invariant Reactions Present Lecture - Iron Carbon Phase Diagram Iron Carbon Phase Diagram - x axis - weight percentage of carbon - Cast Iron - Gama Iron - Eutectic Reaction - Peritectic Reaction Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved.
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SAPUI5 Tutorials | Introduction to SAPUI5 project | Start First Project | PART 2
 
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computer science: SAPUI5 Tutorial SAPUI5 Tutorials | Introduction to SAPUI5 project | Start First Project | PART 2 Introduction to SAPUI5 project How to develop SAPUI5 applications using java script,css,html5. Run time components Design time SAPUI5 browser support SAPUI5 Architecture Support SAPUI5 coding first index page Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://goo.gl/wtCJG8 to watch more videos on SAPUI5 Tutorial; All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic language | Short Vowels in Arabic | Fat'hah | Dammah | Kasrah | Sukoon| Shaddah
 
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Arabic Language: Foreign Languages: Short Vowels in Arabic | Fat'ha | Dammah | Kasrah | Sukoon: Hello Everyone, Marhaban and Thank You for watching Edupedia World videos. The short vowels by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. In this lesson, we are going to talk about short vowels. So what are they? Like English, Arabic has both Vowels and Consonants, but the short vowels in Arabic are not actual letters. They are just symbols that you place on top of or below consonants. Arabic has three short vowels and they are - : Fathah Dammah Kasrah Fathah is the equivalent of the short letter a in hat or cat. In Arabic script the Fathah is written as a small horizontal line above a consonant. So that line above Ba is called Fathah. The letter Ba with Fathah still the same sound. Still Ba. There is no change in its sound. Lets Practice the consonants with Fathah. Read them out, then check your pronunciation. The letters with Fathah are A, Ba, Ta, Tha, Ja, Ha, Kha, Da, The, Ra, Za, Sa, Sha, Sa, Dha, Th, Za, A’a, Gha, Fa, Qa, Ka, La, Ma, Na, Ha, Wa and Ya. Dammah - The second main Arabic vowel is Dammah, Dammah sound like uh in book. In Arabic script it is written like a tiny backward e above a particular consonant. So, this small sign is called Dammah, It looks like small WA. Ba with Dammah, it sound will be Bu. And now lets practice the consonants with Dammah. Read them out, then check your answers. Theletters with Dammah are Uh, Bu, Tu, Thu, Ju, Hu, Khu, Du, Thu, Ru, Zu, Su, Shu, Su, Dhu, Tu, Zhu, A’u, Ghu, Fu, Qu, Ku, Lu, Mu, Nu, Hu, Wu and Uu, Kasrah - The third main vowel is Kasrah, which sounds like "i" in sink and dip. The Kasrah is written in the same way as Fathah, as a small horizontal line, except that it goes underneath the consonants. So this line underneath Ba is called Kasrah Ba with Kasrah, the sound of it is Be. Let’s practice the consonants with Kasrah. Read them out then check your answer. The letters with kasrah are, E, Bi, Ti, Thi, Gi, Hi, Khi, Di, Dhi, Ri, Zi, Si, Shi, Si, Dhi, Ti, Zhi, I’i, Ghi, Fi, Qi, Ki, Li, Mi, Ni, Hi, Wi and Yi. Now I will talk about Sukoon. Sukoon is the small circle over the letter. It is brought over a letter when no sound should be pronounced after the letter. Example, it is like sound in sky. Lets see how to pronounce the following letters with Sukoon. Sha with Sukoon is Shhh. La with Sukoon is Il. Ma with Sukoon is Mm and Na with Sukoon is Nn. Well to understand the idea of Sukoon, lets try to read two letters words, the first letter has Fathah while the second letter has Sukoon. Try to read them then listen to my pronunciation. The words are Aai, Waz, Raj, All, Raf, Daq, Zai, Dam and Zal. Well, as a conclusion Fathah is a short vowel, it means an opening, so you have to open your mouth wide, when you say any letter with Fathah. It is a short line over the letter, its sound is A. Like Ta with Fathah is Ta. Dammah: Dammah is another short vowel it means a closing. So you close your mouth when you say any letter with Dammah. It is a small Wa over the letter and it sound as oo. So Ta with Dammah is Tu. Kasrah: Kasrah means a breaking and it is a short vowel and you place it under the letter, It sound is e. So Kasrah along with Ta give the sound Ti. For Sukoon, Sukoon means static and your mouth is static when you say a letter with Sukoon. It is a small circle above the letter. Ta with Sukoon is It. Well! Now I will show you a mark that is shown in Arabic script, it is called Shaddah. Shaddah the symbol of shaddah is like w small w over the letter. Where is Shaddah used? Shaddah is used like Fat'ha, Dhammah, Kasrah, Sukoon over consonants. The Question is: Does Shaddah have a sound? You have to read the letter that has Shaddah with stress? (Like a double letter in English) Example - This word in Arabic is Kataba. If we add Shaddah on the top of Ta it will be Kattaba, with stress on Ta. This is all about Shaddah. Now its time to test yourselves, read out the following consonants and then you check your pronunciation. The letters are Ja, Zi, I’i, Uq, E, Ti, Ra, Thi, Za, Hu, Bu, The, Sa, Ki, Hu, Nu, Sha, Wa, Fi, Hu, Al, Sa, Ya, Dhu, mm, Gha, Tu and Da. Alright, by the way, the short vowels and the marks are very important as they can change the meaning of any word. Well, thats all about the short vowels and the marks that can be used in Arabic Script. Thank you for watching and be ready for the next lesson. Shukran Lil Mutaba’a. Wa illal Liqaaq. Three short vowels of Arabic, Description of Fat'ha Consonants with fat'ha Description of Dammah Consonants with Dammah Description of Kasrah Consonants with kasrah Description of Sukoon Words with sukoon Summary of the taught topics Description of Shaddah Practice for Pronunciation Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH for more videos on Arabic Language. All Rights Reserved.
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SAP FICO | Basics Concept and Process Flow Within Account Payable | Accounts Payable Transactions
 
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SAP FICO MODULE: SAP FICO/Basics Concept and Process Flow Within Account Payable | Accounts Payable Transactions: Accounts Payable(AP) transactions overview, How Vendor Down Payment done, Two main parts of the AP transaction, Accounts Payable transaction structure, Verification of the vendor transaction, Two types of the Invoice verification, PO based Invoices, Non-PO based invoices, What is vendor credit memo, Process outgoing payment, Summarize version of the invoice verification process, Process flow - Invoice verification Process, Process flow - Vendor Credit Memo Process, Process flow - Vendor outgoing payment process, Example for the accounts Payable invoicing -(Tcode:FV60), Reversing document entries, Vendor Down payment Process, A look of vendor down payment screen, Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Sun and Moon Letters | Sun Letters | Moon Letters | Adding AL to Words
 
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ARABIC LANGUAGE: Foreign Languages: SUN AND MOON LETTERS | Arabic Language Hello, everyone and Thank You for watching Edupedia World videos. The Sun and the Moon-letters by Hiba Abou Al Niaj. Before we start let's remember few things about the article The. The Arabic word for The is (AL). It joins onto the words it defines and it comes at the beginning of it. The Arabic Alphabet is divided into two groups of letters. The moon letters and the Sun letters. Lets see what are the moon letters first. The moon letters are A, Ba, Ja, Ha, Kha, ‘A, Gha, Fa, Qa, Ka, Ma, Ha, Wa and Ya. When Al is followed by a word beginning with a moon letter, then it is written with a Sukoon on the La and is pronounced as Al. Example, Jamal, when you add Al at the beginning of it, it becomes, Al Jamal. Here is the example, so Jamal is a Camel, Al Jamal is the Camel. So when you add Al at the beginning of Jamal, which starts with a moon letter, It becomes Al Jamal. By adding Sukoon on La of Al, and Al is still pronounced the same. Al Jamal. The Tanween at the end of the word without Al changes into a single short vowel, once Al is added. More Example: Jamalun becomes Al Jamalu Jamalan becomes Al Jamala Now add Al to the following words. Waladun, Baitan, Kharoofen, Mawzun. So the words with Al, Waladun becomes Al Waladu, Baitan, Al Baita. Kharoofen, Al Kharoofi. Mawzan Al Mawzu. That's all about the moon letters or Al Huroof Al Qamaria. Now lets find out what are the sun letters, Al Huroof Al, Al Huroof Ashamsia. So the sun letters are Ta, Tha, Da, Dha, Ra, Za, Sa, Sha, Sa, Dha, Ta, Zha, Na and La. Sun letters are written with a Shaddah when they come straight after Al. The La of Al does not take a Sukoon. Instead it becomes a silent letter. Taaj becomes Attaj. So if a word starts with a sun letter you have to put Shaddah on the top of it, after adding Al. And La of Al will be silent. Taaj, it becomes Attaj. The same thing, Tanween at the end of the word without Al, changes into a single short vowel once Al is added. Example Taajun becomes Attaju. Taajan becomes Attaja. And Taajin becomes Attaji. Now add Al to the following words and these words starts with sun letters. Shamsin, Tawusun, Sagheeran, Nahlatun. So the words Al, Shamsin becomes Ashshamsi, Tawoosun, Attawoosu, Sagheeran, Assagheera, Nahlatun Annahlatu. Now you have to add Al to the following words. First you have to see if a word start with a sun letter or a moon letter, then add Al to these words. We have Arnab, Battah, Sallajah, Haleeb, Kharooof, Dob, Z, Dhahab, Rajol, Zarafa, Samaka and Shajarah. Remember that Al with moon letters is pronounced as El while Al with the sun letters is pronounced as Ah and you have to add sukoon on La of Al with moon letters and you have to add Shaddah on the sun letters after adding Al. Now let check, Arnab becomes Al Arnab, starts with moon letter. Battah Al Battah. Ba is one of the moon letters. Sallajah becomes As Sallajah. Tha is a sun letter. Haleeb, Al Haleeb. Kharoof, Al Kharoof, Dub, Al Dub. Because Da is a sun letter. Thahab, Ad Dhahab. Rajol, Ar Rajol. Zaraffa, Za is a sun letter, it becomes Az Zaraffa. Samakah, As Samakah. And Shajarah becomes As Shajarah. Well, thats all about the moon letters Al Huroof Al Qamariya and the sun letters Al Huroof Ash Shamsiya. Thank You for you watching, Shukran Janzeelan Lil Mutaba’a. Ellal liqaaq. Summary of the video:- About article THE What are the Moon-letters Words with the Al What are the Sun letters Words with the Tanween Adding Al to the words Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, Click here (https://www..com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on the Arabic Language; All Right Reserved.
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SARFAESI ACT 2002 | Section 20 | Central Registry | Section 21 | Section 22 | Section 23 | Part 11
 
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CORPORATE AND ALLIED LAWS: CA; SARFAESI ACT 2002 | Section 20 | Central Registry | Section 21 | Section 22 | Section 23 | Part 11; SARFAESI ACT 2002 (Part 11) | Section 20 | Central Registry | Section 21 | Section 22 | Section 23; It is the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act 2002 Section 20 - Central Registry Central govt by notification set up from the date applicable a registry that is called Central Registry . Purpose : Register the Transaction from Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets Where Central Registry is Located :- So the Location of Head Office and a Branch of any would be specify by the central government , where Branches are actually registered to speculate the transaction . Section 21 : Central Registrar Central Government may by notification appoint any person to be registrar under the registry and they also appoint some other officers to assist the registrar for the proper functioning of entire registry. Duties : Registrar and other officers :- Sitting in to the another registry would now registered the transaction of Securitisation and reconstruction . Section 22 :- Register of Transaction :- The central Register would be maintained at Head office . - Keep records in electronic forms - Reference to electronic records - Controlled by central registrar Who are supposed to maintained the records :- Section 23 : The Filling of Transaction File particulars Registrar to all the Transaction of Securitisation and Reconstruction . and this is Done within 30 days and if not done within 30 days you applied extension for next 30 days with fees which not exceed 10 times . Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Download our app from play store: Download our App : https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPH5YoBcfqxge34jimmM72XO for more videos on Corporate and Allied Laws- CA; All Rights Reserved.
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Arabic Language | Relative Pronouns l Relative Nouns in Arabic l Examples on Relative Nouns
 
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Arabic Language; Foreign Language Relative Pronoun l Arabic Language 1. Introduction: 00:00:20-00:05:27 2. Examples: 00:05:28-00:14:05 3. Conclusion: 00:14:06-00:15:38 Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education; Click here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcYQt0tFXqI&list=PLJumA3phskPE7r-k4DCqzUPLFGe9MXkNH) for more videos on the Arabic Language; All Rights Reserved
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What All You Can Do With PowerPoint? | PowerPoint Presentation
 
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Microsoft PowerPoint: What is PowerPoint? Power Point is not just a presentation Tool but its a Complete presentation graphics package What you can do with Power Point? You can create - PDF Files using Power Point - Small Videos - A photo album (which may contain 100 of photos) in just a few click - Create self-narrated stories(in your own voice) and record them as video. - Add music throughout the presentation - Add applauses where ever required - Animated graphs to add in your presentation (which can add attention of the viewers) - Apply multiple effects to a picture and save that as a picture file (and not a ppt.) Lets Learn:- *Tips and Tricks to work fast in PowerPoint *Keyboard shortcuts *Making your own theme *Applying artistic effects on Images *Created small animated movie *Working with SMART ART, Charts, Graphs and TABLES. and many more" A promotional video explaining about what all one can do with PowerPoint. Use PowerPoint as a graphic Tool, Create PDF file using PowerPoint, Create picture videos using powerpoint Add Music to the presentation, Learn to animate the graphs, Applying Fading effect to the pictures using powerpoint, Creating pencil sketch of your picture Using Powerpoint, Creating Roadmaps, Showing Survey/marketing Results, Creating infographics in powerpoint, Using Smart art Graphics, Learn to animate text and Pictures in Powerpoint, Learn to create your own unique design /theme in powerpoint. Recorded by : Neeru Verma Edited by : Edupedia World You can learn how to work with PowerPoint just by clicking the link below: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPE5Ue_8dogA0HW_Yq5hxGnH If you like the video subscribe our channel for more free educational videos, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6E97LDJTFJgzWU7G3CHILw/feed Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Online Education, All Right Reserved.
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Homi J. Bhabha | Life History of  Homi Jehangir Bhabha | Father of Indian Nuclear  Programme
 
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Famous Personalities and Events: Homi J. Bhabha | Homi Jehangir Bhabha | Homi Bhabha Born : Homi Jehangir Bhabha Hindi : होमी जहाँगीर भाभा 30 October 1909 Bombay, British India (present-day India) Died: 24 January 1966 (aged 56) Mont Blanc, France Residence: New Delhi, India Citizenship: India Nationality: Indian Fields: Nuclear Physics Institutions: Atomic Energy Commission of India Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Cavendish Laboratory Indian Institute of Science Turmbay Atomic Energy Establishment Alma mater: University of Mumbai University of Cambridge Doctoral advisor: Ralph H. Fowler Other academic advisors: Paul Dirac Known for Indian nuclear programme Cascade process of Cosmic radiations point particles Bhabha Scattering Notable awards: Adams Prize (1942) Padma Bhushan (1954) Fellow of the Royal Society Video by Edupedia World (www.edupediaworld.com), Free Online Education. Download our App: https://goo.gl/1b6LBg Click here (https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...) for more videos on Famous Personalities and Events. All Rights Reserved.
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AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science |  Ferrous Alloys & Non Ferrous Alloys | 11.1
 
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Engineering Subjects; Material Science and Engineering: AMIE Exam Lectures- Materials Science | Metal Alloys | Ferrous Alloys & Non Ferrous Alloys | 11.1 Introduction - : Previous Lecture - Different Heat Treatment Processes Present Lecture - Metal Alloys Metal Alloys - Divided into two basic categories - Ferrous Alloys - Non Ferrous Alloys Ferrous Alloys is further subdivided into steel and cast iron.and further into many categories as mentioned in slide. Low carbon steel - : - Not responsive to heat treatment - Low strength - very good ductility and toughness High Strength Low Alloy - : - Total alloy concentration till 10 % - Stronger than plain alloy - Better resistance to corrosion than plain steel Medium Carbon Steel - : - Can be heat treated - Tempered martensite microstructured used - Stronger than plain iron Stainless Steel - : - Highly resistence to corrosion High Carbon Steel - : - Used in Hardening and tempered condition - Hardest, Strongest but least ductile of carbon steel Click Here For Playlist https://www..com/playlist?list=PLJumA3phskPFPkGEkQe6YWZs8Z1-9xkkg All Right Reserved
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