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Monday, 01 February 2021 / 18 Jumadal Ukhra 1442 AH
Education: Part 3
The Types of Education
Education goes beyond what takes places within the four walls of the classroom. A child gets education from his experiences outside the school as well. There are three main types of education, namely, Formal, Informal and Non-formal.
Formal education or formal learning usually takes place in the premises of the school, where a person may learn basic, academic, or trade skills. Small children often attend a nursery or kindergarten but often formal education begins in elementary school and continues with secondary school.
Post-secondary education (or higher education) is usually at a college or university which may grant an academic degree. It is associated with a specific or stage and is provided under a certain set of rules and regulations. read more
|THE PAST WEEK IN HISTORY
January 26 1950 - Republic of India born
On January 26, 1950, the Indian constitution takes effect, making the Republic of India the most populous democracy in the world.
Mohandas Gandhi struggled through decades of passive resistance before Britain finally accepted Indian independence. Self-rule had been promised during World War II, but after the war triangular negotiations between Gandhi, the British and the Muslim League stalled over whether to partition India along religious lines. Eventually, Lord Mountbatten, the viceroy of India, forced through a compromise plan. On August 15, 1947, the former Mogul Empire was divided into the independent nations of India and Pakistan. Gandhi called the agreement the “noblest act of the British nation,” but religious strife between Hindus and Muslims soon marred his exhilaration. Hundreds of thousands died, including Gandhi, who was assassinated by a Hindu fanatic in January 1948 during a prayer vigil to an area of Muslim-Hindu violence.
Of Gandhi’s death, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru said, “The light has gone out of our lives, and there is darkness everywhere.” However, Nehru, a leader of the Indian struggle for independence and Gandhi’s protégé, persisted in his efforts to stabilize India, and by 1949 the religious violence began to subside. In late 1949, an Indian constitution was adopted, and on January 26, 1950, the Republic of India was born.
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Dadima Chicken Bhajiyah Recipe
- 1 kg chicken fillet cut in cubes
- 2 tablespoons red chilli, ginger garlic masala
- Salt to taste about 1 ½ teaspoons
- 1 teaspoon turmeric (haldi)
- 2 teaspoon coarse Red Chillies
- 2 tablespoons fine dhana (coriander)
- 2 tablespoons fine jeera(cumin)
- Fresh coriander (Dhania)chopped
- Fresh spring onions finely sliced
Put chicken cubes in a bowl rub well with red chilli garlic Masala.
Add cubed onion.
Add all the spices.
Add the chopped dhania and spring onions
- 2 cups sifted Chana flour (gram flour).
- 2 tablespoons sifted cake flour.
- 2 teaspoon baking powder.
- 1 ¼ cup cold water to make a batter.
Combine all ingredients and a little water at a time till it forms a Batter (must not be too runny).
Preheat oil and place tablespoonful of batter in medium hot oil and fry untill the chicken is cooked and the bhajiyah is nice and brown.
Enjoy with your favorite chutney.
Passed onto me by my sister given to her by my late mum.
Adapted and tweaked by @whip_it_up_with_zee
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The Homeless Guy
Seeing a homeless guy begging on the street, a woman took pity on him and gave him a handful of change.
“Thank you,” said the homeless man. “Your generosity is much appreciated. You know my life used to be great, but just look at the state of me now.”
“How do you mean?” asked the woman.
“Well,” he explained. “I was a multi-millionaire. I had bank accounts all over the world with hundreds of thousands of dollars deposited in each.”
“So where did it all go wrong?” she asked.
The homeless man sighed, “I forgot my mother’s maiden name.”
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