Friday, 30 June 2017

BALVIKAS ANE SIXAN NA SIDHANTO PART 7

An Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle that is made up of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and similar assets. One of the main advantages of mutual funds is that they give small investors access to professionally managed, diversified portfolios of equities, bonds and other securities, which would be quite difficult (if not impossible) to create with a small amount of capital.
— A complete, but concise, tutorial about mutual funds in a one-page format with sidebars, illustrations, formulas, examples, and clear definitions of basic terms.Mutual Fund CompaniesInvestment AdviserBoard of DirectorsCustodianTypes of Investment CompaniesManagement CompaniesOpen-End Mutual FundsClosed-End Mutual FundsExchange Traded Funds (ETF)Evaluating a Mutual FundProspectusStatement of Additional Information (SAI)FeesNo Load Mutual Fund FeesClasses of Mutual Fund SharesExpense RatioMeasuring Mutual Fund PerformanceInvesting in a Mutual FundBuying Mutual Fund SharesProfiting from a Mutual FundRegulation of Mutual Fund CompaniesWhat to Consider When Buying Mutual Fund SharesNo-Load Funds may have Fees for Purchasing or Selling SharesLower Fees and Expenses Increases Total Returns and Yields; Higher Expenses Lowers ReturnsBeware of Closet Indexers Statement of Additional Information (SAI)New Format for Prospectuses: the Summary Prospectus and the Statutory ProspectusA Mutual Fund's Past Performance is no Indication of its Future Performance Shareholder Fees12b-1 Fees (Shareholder Service Fees)Sales LoadClasses of Mutual Fund SharesSales LoadBreakpointsLetter of IntentRights of AccumulationNo Load Mutual Fund FeesPurchase FeeRedemption FeeExchange FeeAccount FeeAnnual Fund Operating ExpensesManagement FeesDistribution FeesOther ExpensesTotal Annual Fund Operating Expenses — Expense Ratio Buying SharesReinvestment PrivilegeRedemption of SharesSystematic
would be quite difficult (if not impossible) to create with a small amount of capital.
— A complete, but concise, tutorial about mutual funds in a one-page format with sidebars, illustrations, formulas, examples, and clear definitions of basic terms.Mutual Fund CompaniesInvestment AdviserBoard of DirectorsCustodianTypes of Investment CompaniesManagement CompaniesOpen-End Mutual FundsClosed-End Mutual FundsExchange Traded Funds (ETF)Evaluating a Mutual FundProspectusStatement of Additional Information (SAI)FeesNo Load Mutual Fund FeesC
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TET GENERAL KNOWLEDGE QUIZ 22

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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SENIOR MODEL PAPER 8

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
Senior Clerk Paper :-Clikhere Download

Thursday, 29 June 2017

TET MODEL PAPER 23

An Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle that is made up of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and similar assets. One of the main advantages of mutual funds is that they give small investors access to professionally managed, diversified portfolios of equities, bonds and other securities, which would be quite difficult (if not impossible) to create with a small amount of capital.
— A complete, but concise, tutorial about mutual funds in a one-page format with sidebars, illustrations, formulas, examples, and clear definitions of basic terms.Mutual Fund CompaniesInvestment AdviserBoard of DirectorsCustodianTypes of Investment CompaniesManagement CompaniesOpen-End Mutual FundsClosed-End Mutual FundsExchange Traded Funds (ETF)Evaluating a Mutual FundProspectusStatement of Additional Information (SAI)FeesNo Load Mutual Fund FeesClasses of Mutual Fund SharesExpense RatioMeasuring Mutual Fund PerformanceInvesting in a Mutual FundBuying Mutual Fund SharesProfiting from a Mutual FundRegulation of Mutual Fund CompaniesWhat to Consider When Buying Mutual Fund SharesNo-Load Funds may have Fees for Purchasing or Selling SharesLower Fees and Expenses Increases Total Returns and Yields; Higher Expenses Lowers ReturnsBeware of Closet Indexers Statement of Additional Information (SAI)New Format for Prospectuses: the Summary Prospectus and the Statutory ProspectusA Mutual Fund's Past Performance is no Indication of its Future Performance Shareholder Fees12b-1 Fees (Shareholder Service Fees)Sales LoadClasses of Mutual Fund SharesSales LoadBreakpointsLetter of IntentRights of AccumulationNo Load Mutual Fund FeesPurchase FeeRedemption FeeExchange FeeAccount FeeAnnual Fund Operating ExpensesManagement FeesDistribution FeesOther ExpensesTotal Annual Fund Operating Expenses — Expense Ratio Buying SharesReinvestment PrivilegeRedemption of SharesSystematic
Model Paper No 23:- Click here download

SENIOR CLERK MODEL PAPER 7

An Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle that is made up of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and similar assets. One of the main advantages of mutual funds is that they give small investors access to professionally managed, diversified portfolios of equities, bonds and other securities, which would be quite difficult (if not impossible) to create with a small amount of capital.
— A complete, but concise, tutorial about mutual funds in a one-page format with sidebars, illustrations, formulas, examples, and clear definitions of basic terms.Mutual Fund CompaniesInvestment AdviserBoard of DirectorsCustodianTypes of Investment CompaniesManagement CompaniesOpen-End Mutual FundsClosed-End Mutual FundsExchange Traded Funds (ETF)Evaluating a Mutual FundProspectusStatement of Additional Information (SAI)FeesNo Load Mutual Fund FeesClasses of Mutual Fund SharesExpense RatioMeasuring Mutual Fund PerformanceInvesting in a Mutual FundBuying Mutual Fund SharesProfiting from a Mutual FundRegulation of Mutual Fund CompaniesWhat to Consider When Buying Mutual Fund SharesNo-Load Funds may have Fees for Purchasing or Selling SharesLower Fees and Expenses Increases Total Returns and Yields; Higher Expenses Lowers ReturnsBeware of Closet Indexers Statement of Additional Information (SAI)New Format for Prospectuses: the Summary Prospectus and the Statutory ProspectusA Mutual Fund's Past Performance is no Indication of its Future Performance Shareholder Fees12b-1 Fees (Shareholder Service Fees)Sales LoadClasses of Mutual Fund SharesSales LoadBreakpointsLetter of IntentRights of AccumulationNo Load Mutual Fund FeesPurchase FeeRedemption FeeExchange FeeAccount FeeAnnual Fund Operating ExpensesManagement FeesDistribution FeesOther ExpensesTotal Annual Fund Operating Expenses — Expense Ratio Buying SharesReinvestment PrivilegeRedemption of SharesSystematic
Model Paper No 7: -Clikhere N Download

TET GENERAL KNOWLEDGE QUIZ 21

An Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle that is made up of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and similar assets. One of the main advantages of mutual funds is that they give small investors access to professionally managed, diversified portfolios of equities, bonds and other securities, which would be quite difficult (if not impossible) to create with a small amount of capital.
— A complete, but concise, tutorial about mutual funds in a one-page format with sidebars, illustrations, formulas, examples, and clear definitions of basic terms.Mutual Fund CompaniesInvestment AdviserBoard of DirectorsCustodianTypes of Investment CompaniesManagement CompaniesOpen-End Mutual FundsClosed-End Mutual FundsExchange Traded Funds (ETF)Evaluating a Mutual FundProspectusStatement of Additional Information (SAI)FeesNo Load Mutual Fund FeesClasses of Mutual Fund SharesExpense RatioMeasuring Mutual Fund PerformanceInvesting in a Mutual FundBuying Mutual Fund SharesProfiting from a Mutual FundRegulation of Mutual Fund CompaniesWhat to Consider When Buying Mutual Fund SharesNo-Load Funds may have Fees for Purchasing or Selling SharesLower Fees and Expenses Increases Total Returns and Yields; Higher Expenses Lowers ReturnsBeware of Closet Indexers Statement of Additional Information (SAI)New Format for Prospectuses: the Summary Prospectus and the Statutory ProspectusA Mutual Fund's Past Performance is no Indication of its Future Performance Shareholder Fees12b-1 Fees (Shareholder Service Fees)Sales LoadClasses of Mutual Fund SharesSales LoadBreakpointsLetter of IntentRights of AccumulationNo Load Mutual Fund FeesPurchase FeeRedemption FeeExchange FeeAccount FeeAnnual Fund Operating ExpensesManagement FeesDistribution FeesOther ExpensesTotal Annual Fund Operating Expenses — Expense Ratio Buying SharesReinvestment PrivilegeRedemption of SharesSystematic
G.K QUIZ NO 21:-Clikhere N Download

Distaster Management New Materials

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

TET MODEL PAPER 22

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
Tet Model Paper No 22:- Download

SENIOR CLERK MODEL PAPER NO 6

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
Paper No 6 :- Download

SANSKRIT SANKHYAGYAN

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.

ALL GOVERNMENT YOJNA FULL DETAIL PDF FILE BY ANAMIKA ACADEMY

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.

Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.

It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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Tuesday, 27 June 2017

BALVIKAS ANE SIXAN NA SIDHANTO Part 6

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
Balvikas part 6:- Clickhere n download

BALVIKAS ANE SIXAN NA SIDHANTO PART 5

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
Balvikas part 5:- Clickhere n download

TET MODEL PAPER 21

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
Model Paper No 21 :- Download

SENIOR CLERK MODEL PAPER 5

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
Model Paper No 5:-download

ANAMIKA ENGLISH GRAMMAR BOOK

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.

Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.

It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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BALVIKAS ANE SIXAN NA SIDHANTO PART 4

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
Balvikas part 4:- Clickhere n download

TET 2 OFFICIAL NOTIFICATION

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS BY EDUSAFAR DATE 27/6/17

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.

Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.

It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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Monday, 26 June 2017

TET MODEL PAPER 20

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides
Tet model paper 20:- download

SENIOR CLERK MODEL PAPAR 4

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.



Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.

It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.


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A mutual fund company is an investment company that receives money from investors for the sole purpose to invest in stocks, bonds, and other securities for the benefit of the investors. A mutual fund is the portfolio of stocks, bonds, or other securities that generate profits for the investor, or 

shareholder of the mutual fund. A mutual fund allows an investor with less money to diversify his holdings for greater safety and to benefit from the expertise of professional fund managers. Mutual funds are generally safer, but less profitable, than stocks, and riskier, but more profitable than bonds or bank accounts, although its profit-risk profile can vary widely, depending on the fund's investment objective.Most mutual funds are open-end funds, which sells new shares continuously or buys them back from the shareholder (redeems them), dealing directly with the investor (no-load funds) or 

through broker-dealers, who receive the sales load of a buy or sell order. The purchase price is the net asset value (NAV) at the end of the trading day, which is the total assets of the fund minus its liabilities divided by the number of shares outstanding for that day

SANSKRIT GRAMMER

An Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle that is made up of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and similar assets. One of the main advantages of mutual funds is that they give small investors access to professionally managed, diversified portfolios of equities, bonds and other securities, which would be quite difficult (if not impossible) to create with a small amount of capital.
— A complete, but concise, tutorial about mutual funds in a one-page format with sidebars, illustrations, formulas, examples, and clear definitions of basic terms.Mutual Fund CompaniesInvestment AdviserBoard of DirectorsCustodianTypes of Investment 

CompaniesManagement CompaniesOpen-End Mutual FundsClosed-End Mutual FundsExchange Traded Funds (ETF)Evaluating a Mutual FundProspectusStatement of Additional Information (SAI)FeesNo Load Mutual Fund FeesClasses of Mutual Fund SharesExpense RatioMeasuring Mutual Fund PerformanceInvesting in a Mutual FundBuying Mutual Fund SharesProfiting from a Mutual FundRegulation of Mutual Fund CompaniesWhat to Consider When Buying Mutual Fund SharesNo-Load Funds may have Fees for Purchasing or Selling SharesLower Fees and Expenses Increases Total Returns and Yields; Higher Expenses Lowers ReturnsBeware of Closet Indexer

s Statement of Additional Information (SAI)New Format for Prospectuses: the Summary Prospectus and the Statutory ProspectusA Mutual Fund's Past Performance is no Indication of its Future Performance Shareholder Fees12b-1 Fees (Shareholder Service Fees)Sales LoadClasses of Mutual Fund SharesSales LoadBreakpointsLetter of IntentRights of AccumulationNo Load Mutual Fund FeesPurchase FeeRedemption FeeExchange FeeAccount FeeAnnual Fund Operating 


ExpensesManagement FeesDistribution FeesOther ExpensesTotal Annual Fund Operating Expenses — Expense Ratio Buying SharesReinvestment PrivilegeRedemption of SharesSystematic
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Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.

Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.

It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.

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SANSKRIT GRAMMER

An Mutual Fund is an investment vehicle that is made up of a pool of funds collected from many investors for the purpose of investing in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments and similar assets. One of the main advantages of mutual funds is that they give small investors access to professionally managed, diversified portfolios of equities, bonds and other securities, which would be quite difficult (if not impossible) to create with a small amount of capital.
— A complete, but concise, tutorial about mutual funds in a one-page format with sidebars, illustrations, formulas, examples, and clear definitions of basic terms.Mutual Fund CompaniesInvestment AdviserBoard of DirectorsCustodianTypes of Investment CompaniesManagement CompaniesOpen-End Mutual FundsClosed-End Mutual FundsExchange Traded Funds (ETF)Evaluating a Mutual FundProspectusStatement of Additional Information (SAI)FeesNo Load Mutual Fund FeesClasses of Mutual Fund SharesExpense RatioMeasuring Mutual Fund PerformanceInvesting in a Mutual FundBuying Mutual Fund SharesProfiting from a Mutual FundRegulation of Mutual Fund CompaniesWhat to Consider When Buying Mutual Fund SharesNo-Load Funds may have Fees for Purchasing or Selling SharesLower Fees and Expenses Increases Total Returns and Yields; Higher Expenses Lowers ReturnsBeware of Closet Indexers Statement of Additional Information (SAI)New Format for Prospectuses: the Summary Prospectus and the Statutory ProspectusA Mutual Fund's Past Performance is no Indication of its Future Performance Shareholder Fees12b-1 Fees (Shareholder Service Fees)Sales LoadClasses of Mutual Fund SharesSales LoadBreakpointsLetter of IntentRights of AccumulationNo Load Mutual Fund FeesPurchase FeeRedemption FeeExchange FeeAccount FeeAnnual Fund Operating ExpensesManagement FeesDistribution FeesOther ExpensesTotal Annual Fund Operating Expenses — Expense Ratio Buying SharesReinvestment PrivilegeRedemption of SharesSystematic
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Saturday, 24 June 2017

BAL VIKASH ANE SIXAN NA SIDHAANT 3

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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BALVIKASH ANE SIXAN NA SINDHANT: 2

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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SENIOR CLERK MODEL PAPER 3

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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SENIOR CLERK MODEL PAPER 2

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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Friday, 23 June 2017

Today All Education News Date 24/06/2017

Today All Education News Date 24/06/2017

Dear visitor, Here are important Education news of the Date 24/06/2017 .These all images are taken from Gujarat Various Popular Newspapers, like.Navgujarat Samay,Akila,Sandesh,Divya Bhaskar As per these images you are Know Very Useful Educational News and Gujarat Current news.

This news are very helpful to current news in Gujarat and also inform new daily news in Gujarat.we are easily upload in jpg for our readers .we are daily upload educational news,Gujarat updates,sport news, India current news,technology news,cricket news in this post.

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SENIOR CLEAR EXAM SYLLABUS

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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SENIOR CLERK MODEL PAPAR 1

Life Insurance is an agreement between an insurance company and a policyholder, under which the insurer guarantees to pay an assured some of money to the nominated beneficiary in the unfortunate event of the policyholder’s demise during the term of the policy. In exchange, the policyholder agrees to pay a predefined sum of money in form of premiums either on a regular basis or as a lump sum. If included in the contract, some other contingencies, such as a critical illness or a terminal illness can also trigger the payment of benefit. If defined in the contract, some other things, such as funeral expenses might also be a part of the benefits.
Life Insurance plan is the safest and the most secure way to protect your family or dependents against financial contingencies that may arise post the unfortunate event of your untimely demise. Under a Life Insurance Contract in India, the insurer assures to pay a definite sum to the policyholder’s family on his demise during the policy term.
It is the simplest and cheapest form of insurance that is designed to offer financial protection for a specified tenure, say 15 or 20 years. ensures that your family gets a large lump sum amount, i.e; sum assured after your death to lead a financially stable life. However, if you survive the term, the insurer pays nothing. The best thing about a term insurance policy is that the premium is quite low for the insurance cover it provides.
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TET MODEL PAPER 19

TET 2017
The Government of Gujarat will conduct Gujarat Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) 2017 also known as Gujarat TET, as per the formalities laid down by the central regulating authorities. Gujarat TET is for the candidates aspiring to become teachers in primary (class I -V) and upper primary (VI-VIII) schools in the state of Gujarat.

 TET 2017 notification will be released by the Department of School Education, Gujarat OR concerned examination board as directed by the Government of Gujarat. TET is a compulsory examination for all the B.Ed. qualified candidates to be considered for teacher jobs in schools run by the government and private managements. Candidates may be facilitated to apply online for this examination. Here are the details of the GTET notification, syllabus, question pattern, eligibility details.

Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes I-V (Paper I) 2017:
Candidates should have passed in Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45 percent marks. Those appearing in final 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education / 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) / 2 – year Diploma in Education in Special Education are also eligible. OR Candidates with BA / B.Sc. with at least 50 percent marks and B.Ed qualification can also apply.
Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes VI-VIII (Paper II) 2017 :

 Applicants having B.A. / B.Sc and those appearing in final 2 year D.Ed. / B.A. /B.Sc. with at least 45 percent marks and passed / appearing in B.Ed / Senior Secondary with at least 50 percent marks and passed or appearing in final 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) / 4-year BA/ B.Sc.Ed. or B.A. (Ed.)/B.Sc. (Ed.) / B.Ed. (Special Education) with 50 percent in BA or B.Sc are eligible for GTET.

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BALVIKAS ANE SIXAN NA SIDHANTO 1

TET 2017
The Government of Gujarat will conduct Gujarat Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) 2017 also known as Gujarat TET, as per the formalities laid down by the central regulating authorities. Gujarat TET is for the candidates aspiring to become teachers in primary (class I -V) and upper primary (VI-VIII) schools in the state of Gujarat.

 TET 2017 notification will be released by the Department of School Education, Gujarat OR concerned examination board as directed by the Government of Gujarat. TET is a compulsory examination for all the B.Ed. qualified candidates to be considered for teacher jobs in schools run by the government and private managements. Candidates may be facilitated to apply online for this examination. Here are the details of the GTET notification, syllabus, question pattern, eligibility details.

Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes I-V (Paper I) 2017:
Candidates should have passed in Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45 percent marks. Those appearing in final 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education / 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) / 2 – year Diploma in Education in Special Education are also eligible. OR Candidates with BA / B.Sc. with at least 50 percent marks and B.Ed qualification can also apply.
Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes VI-VIII (Paper II) 2017 :

 Applicants having B.A. / B.Sc and those appearing in final 2 year D.Ed. / B.A. /B.Sc. with at least 45 percent marks and passed / appearing in B.Ed / Senior Secondary with at least 50 percent marks and passed or appearing in final 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) / 4-year BA/ B.Sc.Ed. or B.A. (Ed.)/B.Sc. (Ed.) / B.Ed. (Special Education) with 50 percent in BA or B.Sc are eligible for GTET.

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Thursday, 22 June 2017

Today All Education News Date 23/06/2017

Today All Education News Date 23/06/2017

Dear visitor, Here are important Education news of the Date 23/06/2017 .These all images are taken from Gujarat Various Popular Newspapers, like.Navgujarat Samay,Akila,Sandesh,Divya Bhaskar As per these images you are Know Very Useful Educational News and Gujarat Current news.

This news are very helpful to current news in Gujarat and also inform new daily news in Gujarat.we are easily upload in jpg for our readers .we are daily upload educational news,Gujarat updates,sport news, India current news,technology news,cricket news in this post.

Read Latest Education News of date 23th June 2017 by Shikshanvihar And Also Get Ltest Jobs Notification On Our site. now you can get latest educational news given Below:


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TET MODEL PAPER 18

TET 2017
The Government of Gujarat will conduct Gujarat Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) 2017 also known as Gujarat TET, as per the formalities laid down by the central regulating authorities. Gujarat TET is for the candidates aspiring to become teachers in primary (class I -V) and upper primary (VI-VIII) schools in the state of Gujarat.

 TET 2017 notification will be released by the Department of School Education, Gujarat OR concerned examination board as directed by the Government of Gujarat. TET is a compulsory examination for all the B.Ed. qualified candidates to be considered for teacher jobs in schools run by the government and private managements. Candidates may be facilitated to apply online for this examination. Here are the details of the GTET notification, syllabus, question pattern, eligibility details.

Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes I-V (Paper I) 2017:
Candidates should have passed in Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45 percent marks. Those appearing in final 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education / 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) / 2 – year Diploma in Education in Special Education are also eligible. OR Candidates with BA / B.Sc. with at least 50 percent marks and B.Ed qualification can also apply.
Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes VI-VIII (Paper II) 2017 :

 Applicants having B.A. / B.Sc and those appearing in final 2 year D.Ed. / B.A. /B.Sc. with at least 45 percent marks and passed / appearing in B.Ed / Senior Secondary with at least 50 percent marks and passed or appearing in final 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) / 4-year BA/ B.Sc.Ed. or B.A. (Ed.)/B.Sc. (Ed.) / B.Ed. (Special Education) with 50 percent in BA or B.Sc are eligible for GTET.

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

TET MODEL PAPER 17

TET 2017
The Government of Gujarat will conduct Gujarat Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) 2017 also known as Gujarat TET, as per the formalities laid down by the central regulating authorities. Gujarat TET is for the candidates aspiring to become teachers in primary (class I -V) and upper primary (VI-VIII) schools in the state of Gujarat.

 TET 2017 notification will be released by the Department of School Education, Gujarat OR concerned examination board as directed by the Government of Gujarat. TET is a compulsory examination for all the B.Ed. qualified candidates to be considered for teacher jobs in schools run by the government and private managements. Candidates may be facilitated to apply online for this examination. Here are the details of the GTET notification, syllabus, question pattern, eligibility details.

Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes I-V (Paper I) 2017:
Candidates should have passed in Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45 percent marks. Those appearing in final 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education / 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) / 2 – year Diploma in Education in Special Education are also eligible. OR Candidates with BA / B.Sc. with at least 50 percent marks and B.Ed qualification can also apply.
Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes VI-VIII (Paper II) 2017 :

 Applicants having B.A. / B.Sc and those appearing in final 2 year D.Ed. / B.A. /B.Sc. with at least 45 percent marks and passed / appearing in B.Ed / Senior Secondary with at least 50 percent marks and passed or appearing in final 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) / 4-year BA/ B.Sc.Ed. or B.A. (Ed.)/B.Sc. (Ed.) / B.Ed. (Special Education) with 50 percent in BA or B.Sc are eligible for GTET.

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EDUCATIONAL NEWS UPDATES DATE:-21/06/2017

EDUCATIONAL NEWS UPDATES DATE:-21/06/2017

Educational News Updates on Date 21-06-2017
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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

TET MODEL PAPER 16

TET 2017
The Government of Gujarat will conduct Gujarat Teachers Eligibility Test (TET) 2017 also known as Gujarat TET, as per the formalities laid down by the central regulating authorities. Gujarat TET is for the candidates aspiring to become teachers in primary (class I -V) and upper primary (VI-VIII) schools in the state of Gujarat.

 TET 2017 notification will be released by the Department of School Education, Gujarat OR concerned examination board as directed by the Government of Gujarat. TET is a compulsory examination for all the B.Ed. qualified candidates to be considered for teacher jobs in schools run by the government and private managements. Candidates may be facilitated to apply online for this examination. Here are the details of the GTET notification, syllabus, question pattern, eligibility details.

Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes I-V (Paper I) 2017:
Candidates should have passed in Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45 percent marks. Those appearing in final 2 year Diploma in Elementary Education / 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.) / 2 – year Diploma in Education in Special Education are also eligible. OR Candidates with BA / B.Sc. with at least 50 percent marks and B.Ed qualification can also apply.
Gujarat TET (Ojas Guj TET) Qualification Teachers of Classes VI-VIII (Paper II) 2017 :

 Applicants having B.A. / B.Sc and those appearing in final 2 year D.Ed. / B.A. /B.Sc. with at least 45 percent marks and passed / appearing in B.Ed / Senior Secondary with at least 50 percent marks and passed or appearing in final 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed) / 4-year BA/ B.Sc.Ed. or B.A. (Ed.)/B.Sc. (Ed.) / B.Ed. (Special Education) with 50 percent in BA or B.Sc are eligible for GTET.

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