Friday, 3 January 2014

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Introduction - The one of its Kind Education Project in India which is committed in the Direction of Revolutionizing present Education System in the Country, which is the Traditional method. A1 Soft believes that a lot needs to be done in the Field of Education to give it a new Direction so that it catches up fast with the Progress 
happening in IT and related Fields and ensure an up-to-date Future for India. 
  
In the First Phase of this Project, we are connecting with CBSE - Affilated Schools in various Cities of India through our Project Coordinators and Encourage Students to participate in  Writing Contests. The Topics will be related to their Course Material 
and in this way the Children will get dual benefit of Learning their Course in a novel way and also learn new Concepts of IT by using it themselves.

In the later Stages, we have plans to connect with Engineering and Management Colleges also. 

The Winners will get Prizes and Certificates by A1 Soft Corporation which will help them in Future. Also, since their Blog Posts will be published Online, both the Students and the School will get a lot of well-deserved Recognition. 

Please go through the Frequently asked Questions (FAQs) below for further Details about The Project:

1) What is A1 Soft Corp?

A1 Soft (erstwhile Aerosoft Corp) is an SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Company. It is the brainchild of Capt. Shekhar Gupta, who is an Airlines Pilot and has worked in various National & International Airlines. The Company was established in 2010 with the focus of providing a virtual Aviation World to the enthusiasts but now boasts of having  valuable Content on various other Topics as well. We have more than 600 Portals & Blogs 
and are indexed by all major Search Engines. As per all major Search Engines, A1 Soft  are the Best in India and the finest in Asia. The Team also provides very Economic  Branding and Promotion Solutions to International Airlines Training Organisations and have been bestowed with various Awards at many platforms.

For more Information, please visit: http://www.aerosoftcorp.com/ 

2) Tell us about the Project.

This Project is a one of its kind in India and is in a Direction of revolutionizing the way Education is going on in the Country and give it a new Spark. In the last 10 years or so, India has really progressed in the Field of IT and none of the Sectors is now 
untouched by it. But, it has been observed that our Basic necessity, Education, is slow in catching up and is still practiced in the Traditional way. A lot needs to be done in the Field of Education and A1 Soft wants to take a Step in this Direction.
In this Project, we are trying to connect with Schools through our Coordinators and encourage Students to participate in Blog Writing Contests. The Topics will be related to their Course Material and in this way the Children will get dual benefit of Learning their Course in a novel way and also learn new Concepts of IT by using it themselves.

3) What is a Blog?

A Blog is a Website or a Web Page on which an individual records Opinions, Links to other Sites, etc. on a regular basis. It is not limited by Topics and Age Group and covers a vast expanse of Readers.

3) What Benefits will the Students get?

By partipating in these Contests, the Students will be able to revise the Topics they are most interested in or the Topic they are weak in and want to know better. Thus, it  is a new way of Revising the Course Material. Apart from this, the Winners will get  Prizes and Certificates by A1 Soft Corporation which will help them in Future. Also, since their Blog Posts will be published Online, both the Students and the School will get a lot of well-deserved Recognition. 

Please view the Interview below:

"Asia's youngest blogger" - Yashraj Kandya - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8wyRcAdfWk

4) Do the Schools have to Pay any Money at any Stage?

There is absolutely no Money involved at any Stage in this Process. We derive our Return by working with the Children and doing something in the Field of Quality Education for 
them so they turn out to be knowledgble and bright Youths. We just need good Blog Posts from Children and Support from School Administration. We want it to be complete Win-win for all Parties involved.

5) How will the Process Work?

First, a Computer-skill Test will be conducted to assess the ability of the Students to operate a Computer. It will be a very Simple Test and will just Test the Basics as that is the first requirement for further Steps. The selected Students will be given Topics, 
related to their Course Materials, and encouraged to write Blog Posts. They need to be provided close to Half-an hour by the School Authorities just 2 or 3 days a Week to prepare and submit the Post. Our Project Coordinator will be available Online during 
this Time for any Online Support required by the Students. 

The Blog Posts will then be evaluated by the Team of A1 Soft and Winners will be announced who will be awarded Prizes and Certificates by the Organisation. Exceptional 
Bloggers can also get chance for a Television or Radio Interview.

6) What Schools are you targeting and in which Cities?

We have started with CBSE Board Schools (NCERT Course )in Indore, Madhya Pradesh and  want to take it to a National Level.  In just 1 Month, we have got Asia's Youngest  Blogger in Master Yashraj from ....... School, Indore who has been recognized by Google  too. (View video above). We have plans to take up this Idea to College Level also but   that will be at a later Stage.

7) What is the Age Group of Students who can Participate?

From Classes VI to XII  will be able to Participate in the Project.

8) What kind of Support you want from the School Administartion?

We just want the Schools to be open to the Idea and view it as an add-on way of Learning  which will complement their Traditional Method and in no way be a hindrance to it. We  want the Schools to be supportive and a Participant in the Process of building a better  way of Education System. 

Team Members :  Core Team :

Capt Shekhar Gupta, CEO AeroSoft Corp.
Shekhar is a Professional Pilot with more then 10 years experience of Flying on 14 different types of Air crafts in 10 different countries with accident free flying record.Shekhar is good in Flying Training as well as in Ground class for Pilots. Shekhar 
started his flying career from Skycabs [ Colombo ] and worked for many Airlines Training Companies from different part of the world. He trained more then 350 Pilots who are flying world wide. He is a member of Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association [ USA], Royal Society of Aeronautics [ UK], Delhi Flying Club, Aeronautical Society of India, MP Flying Club Indore, Aeronautical Research Society. His recent passion is Aviation SEO  for which he takes classes for IIT & IIM students in India and others in abroad.
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Capt Ankisha Awasthi, Author Be An Aviator Not A Pilot  
Capt Ankisha Awasthi is a Professional Pilot with International experience of Flying on many different types of Air crafts in different countries with accident free flying record. She is good in Flying Training as well as in Ground class for Pilots. Her  
recent passion is AirAviator And Aviation SEO for which She takes classes for IIT & IIM students in India and others in abroad.
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Anuja Dubey  [MBA-HR] HR Manger www.AeroSoftCorp.com
Anuja is working with AeroSoft Corp as a HR Manager.Anuja born in Indore and has done her MBA from Gujarati Professional Institute,Indore.She has also done a certified course of French Language(basic)from Aliance Franciase,Indore. She had done her trainning in Bajaj Capital and in GWB IT Solutions. She also ran her own coaching classes of English and French She has won many prizes in school and college. She also use to write blogs in 
Dainik Bhaskar (Bal Bhaskar) in French Language. Anuja is having a good communication skills with great convencing power. She also like to interact with peoples.
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Surbhi Maheshwari  [M.B.A. (Fin & Mktng)] Finance Manager www.AeroSoftCorp.com
Surbhi is an easy going person belonging to the city “Indore-Heart of Madhya Pradesh” 
and have a professional degree of M.B.A. ( Fin. and Mktng.) from Prestige Institute and has pusrued B.B.A. from D.A.V.V. She did schooling from Emerald Heights International 
School. She is currently working with www.AeroSoftCorp.com as “Finance Manager” and also look into matters related to marketing areas of the company. What she like the most about my current job is that it gives her the opportunity to learn and be creative. She believe in character values, enjoy challenges and looks for a creative solution to problems. My interest areas are reading novels, scrapbooking , drawing and painting.

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Niriha Khajanchi [ MBA Aviation ] Project Manager www.AeroSoftCorp.com
Niriha is working with AeroSoft Corp as a Project Manager. Born and brought up in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, She did her MBA [ Aviation ] from University of Petroleum and  Energy Studies in the year 2013 and has completed her B.Com from DAVV, Indore. Niriha has an experience in content writing and has done internship at GMR Aviation Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore. She is well equipped with the knowledge of various domain specific courses along with basic management subjects like Airport Planning Management, Fundamentals of Airline operations, Aviation Safety and security, Aviation Law and Regulatory management and Customer Relationship Management, Airport and Airline Economics. She was a Member of 'Project Blue Tiger' (A Report on 'General Aviation: Growth, Opportunities and Challenges'. It contained a conference (same topic) proceedings organized by IACC. The 
report was submitted to Ministry of Civil Aviation.
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Pragati Srivastava [ MBA ] Safety Officer Air Asia Airlines : Pragati has been flying as a Cabin Crew with Air Deccan and Kingfisher Airlines Ltd. Being an Internal Quality Auditor with Kingfisher Airlines, she developed an all round  understanding of the working of the Aviation industry inside out. She flew for approximately 6 years when she decided to give a turn to her career and stop flying. She did her schooling from St. Johns Convent School (Gola), Chiranjeev Bharati School and Lucknow Public School (Lucknow), which were the building blocks of her career. Having completed her studies till the post graduation level, holding specialization in Human Resources and certification in Entrepreneurship and Development together with flying, she restarted her career using her skills and experience as an Author and Aviation Blogger. Now she even wishes to share her experience and render advice to those who wish to fly!!! Since flying is not just about glamour and money, our youngster’s need to be entirely aware what they are getting into, as going on a flight may be rejuvenating for some and tiring or boring for others. Hence it’s one of her attempts to guide the emerging aspirants and simultaneously render back to the aviation industry in a small Way. She is also an Author of Cabin Crew Career Guide Book.
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Thursday, 26 December 2013

Movement of Animals



Without the ability to move, there would be no life on Earth. Moving around is

essential to many animals for finding food and a mate. Even plants move, by

spreading themselves with the help of seeds or sprouts. But how is moving around

possible? What kinds of adaptations
do different kinds of animals in different environments have, and how do they help

them survive? Lets take a look at that.

Movement in Earthworm :


An earthworm move by contracting its muscles to shorten its body, then extending

the body to reach further. When an earthworm contracts its body, it holds shortened

portion or base to the ground with small bristles. These bristles anchor the worm,

allowing it to not slip backward when contracting and allowing it to stretch.

Earthworms are also covered in mucus, which helps their movement through soil.

Earthworms are highly beneficial to the soil as their movement mixes the dirt they

travel through. Worms also aid in the breakdown of organic matter such as

vegetation by consuming it. Earthworms tend to feed on leaves, plants and even clay

and chalk. Earthworm movement also creates open paths in the dirt, which allow for

water flow and water removal.

Movement in Snail :



The snail has an unusual body sticking out from the underside of its coiled shell.

This body is actually a strong muscle called a foot. A snail’s foot is made up of

many tiny muscles which help it to crawl about in an up-and-down, or wavelike,

motion. The waves start at the front of the snail’s foot and move backwards. As the

waves pass through the muscles from one end of the foot to the other, the snail

glides forward.

Snails can creep on the ground or on the ocean floor, climb walls and trees, and

even hang upside down. This is because as the snail moves, a sticky fluid, called

mucus, flows out from tiny glands in front of the foot. The mucus acts as a track

or roadway, allowing the snail to stick to surfaces, even while hanging upside

down. This mucus also protects the snail from rough or sharp surfaces. A snail can

actually glide right over the sharp edge of a knife or razor blade without getting

hurt.

Snails can creep completely into their shell and even seal themselves in with a

“door” of their dried mucus!

Movement in Fish :


Fish swim by propelling themselves through the water in a wave-like fashion. Fish

with streamlined bodies and crescent-shaped caudel fins move faster through the

water by moving their tail from side to side - this moves them forward a lot like

rowing a boat with an oar.

Fish also use their pectoral fins, which are situated horizontally on the body of

fish who are fast swimmers. In combination with the pelvic fins, these help to

stabilize the fish to keep it from rolling over as it moves through the water.

The pectoral fins are set almost vertically in slower swimming fish. These with the

pelvic fins help the fish by acting as brakes. They can also assist the fish with

difficult maneuvers. Take an hour to just watch your fish swimming and you will

understand how they swim and why and you will start to see which kinds of aquariums

are more conducive to a better and healthier way of life for your fish. In general,

because of the way fish are put together (their anatomy) you can see that they

generally swim horizontally. This is why a longer, rectangular aquarium is best to

allow them to swim and maneuver freely.

Movement in Birds :



Birds are adapted to moving in the air. Their front limbs have turned into wings

and their strong pectoral muscles move their feathered wings. Bird bones are hollow

inside so that the bodyweight is as small as possible, which makes it easier for

them to fly.

Wing movement provides lift as well as the propulsion needed to overcome "drag" and

to gain speed. The bird's wing movement might be compared to a swimmer's doing the

"butterfly stroke." His arms rotate around his shoulder joint, as he throws them

forward through the air and then pulls them back through the water. Flight,

however, is far more complex, involving the rotation of the wing and the relative

movements of various parts of it.



The faster the bird travels, the more lift will come from the air passing around

the wings. It has been calculated that a pigeon first taking off uses five times as

much energy as when it reaches steady flight.

With most larger birds, the increased wingspan is still not large enough to cope

with their extra weight and greater drag, especially when taking off. So some of

these, such as the pelican, run on the ground for a few feet to gain speed for

lift. Others, such as the vultures, land on a tree or fence and then, by jumping

off, gain enough speed through the pull of gravity for their wings to provide lift.

The heaviest bird that can fly is the trumpeter swan, weighing up to 40 pounds (18

kilograms). Heavy birds are limited in the amount of flapping they can do because

of the strenuous effort involved. However, this does not restrict their ability to

fly, for they are masters of another form of flight.

Movement in Snakes :



Snakes have four ways of moving around.  Since they don't have legs they use their

muscles and their scales to do the "walking".

- Serpentine method:  This motion is what most people think of when they think of

snakes. Snakes will push off of any bump or other surface, rocks, trees, etc., to

get going. They move in a wavy motion. They would not be able to move over slick

surfaces like glass at all. This movement is also known as lateral undulation.

- Concertina method:  This is a more difficult way for the snake to move but is

effective in tight spaces.  The snake braces the back portion of their body while

pushing and extending the front portion.  Then the snake drops the front portion of

their body and straightens an pulls the back portion along.  It is almost like they

through themselves forward.

- Sidewinding: This is a difficult motion to describe but it is often used by

snakes to move on loose or slippery surfaces like sand or mud.  The snake appears

to throw its head forward and the rest of its body follows while the head is thrown

forward again.  (See picture.)

- Rectilinear Method:  This is a slow, creeping, straight movement.  The snake uses

some of the wide scales on its belly to grip the ground while pushing forward with

the others.

Movement in Human Beings :

The skeleton is the inner framework of BONES that supports and gives shape to the

human body. It also protects some of the soft organs of the body—for example, the

skull surrounds the brain. Muscles and ligaments pull on the bones of the skeleton

at JOINTS to make the body move.

Weight for weight, bone is five times stronger than steel, but it is very light.

The skeleton makes up only one-sixth of an adult’s weight. The skull, in

particular, is very strong, because it has to protect the brain and sense organs,

such as the eyes, ears, and nose.



BONE
This strong yet flexible material is a living tissue, made up of bone cells

embedded in a matrix of fibers. Bone is not solid—blood vessels and nerves run

through tunnels within it, and some areas are a honeycomb of small spaces. In the

center of many bones is a cavity packed with a jellylike substance called bone

marrow.

WHAT IS BONE MADE OF?
The hard matrix of bone is made of crystals of calcium phosphate and other

minerals, and fibers of protein called collagen. The minerals make bone hard, while

the collagen fibers are arranged lengthwise to make bone flexible. Both are

produced by cells called osteocytes, found throughout the matrix.

JOINTS
Bones connect at joints. Different types of joint allow different movements. Joints

are often held together by straps of tough fibrous tissue, called ligaments, and

the muscles that cross the joint. The four major movable joints in our body are :

1. Hinge Joints
The human skeleton's range of movements depends on its joints--literally where

bones join with each other. One of the more obvious of such joints is the hinge

joint, of which is expressed every time we flex our elbows or knees.

2. Ball and Socket
There are four primary ball and socket joints in the human body, at both shoulders

and both hips. They allow the widest range of motion in the human body, offering

lateral, vertical and rotational movement across a much wider range than any other

individual joint.

3. Glide Joints
Glide joints allow the sliding of bone over each other. These are primarily found

in the hands and feet of the skeleton, and while are limited in range of motion,

offer overall flexibility across a surface.

4. Pivot Joint
Pivot joints allow rotation along an axis, such as that which is utilized by our

skull and spine. The two bones of the forearm also utilize a pivoting motion, but

rotate around each other.

- Overall Movement
The simplest actions, such as picking up an apple and bringing it to your mouth, is

actually a complex orchestra of multiple joints working in tandem. Even grasping

the apple utilizes the full range of hinge and gliding joints found in your hand.




YashRaj Kandya
Student of Class 6
National Public School Indore 452005

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Monday, 16 December 2013

Electricity And Circuits







Electricity needs a path to pass from the positive terminal to the negative terminal of an electric cell.   A connection that provides a path outside an electric cell, for the electricity to pass from the positive terminal to the negative terminal of the cell, is called an electrical circuit.    








For example, a bulb glows only when the positive terminal and the negative terminal of an electric cell are connected to the two terminals of the bulb.

If the wires from the bulb are connected to the same terminal (either positive or negative), then the bulb doesn’t glow.

Sometimes, the bulb may not glow even though the connections are properly made.

This is because the flow of electricity is incomplete as the filament in the bulb is broken. A broken filament bulb is said to be fused.

A device that is used to stop the flow of electricity by breaking the circuit is called a switch. Switches have wide range of applications. Some common types are:

Toggle switches, which are used in our houses.

Pushbutton switches, which are used in the starter of a water pump.

Joystick switches, which are used in the remote control unit of a toy car.







For Questions 1 to 10 visit link : Class VI Physics 
By 
YashRaj Kandya

11. What conductors and insulators?

Ans: The materials which allow electric current to pass through them are called conductors. Examples: All metals like Copper,Iron, Silver and Human body.
INSULATORS: The materials which do not allow electric current to pass through them are called bad conductors or insulators. Examples: Plastic, Wood, Rubber and Glass.

12. Why do electricians wear rubber gloves and shoes while at work?

Ans: It because rubber gloves are an insulator and prevent current to flow in body .Thus saves electricians from electric shock.

13. What do you mean by heating effect of current?

Ans: Electric current is actually the flow of electrons in the conducting material. Now,
when these electrons flow, they encounter some resistance in the structure of the conductor, which accounts for the "resistance" of materials. As the electrons collide or vibrate, heat energy is generated depending on the resistance of the conductor. This overall effect is called heating effect of electrical current.

14. Name a few appliances that work on the heating effect of current?

Ans: Electric kettle: Used for boiling water to make tea or coffee
Electric bulb : The filament of the bulb is heated when current flows and becomes white hot to emit brilliant light.
Electric iron: Used for ironing or pressing clothes.  
Electric toaster: Used to toast bread

15. Name a special material used for Heating Component?

Ans: It is a coil of wire made of a special material called nichrome which becomes very hot when current is passed. This heat is used to cook food (as in an electric stove), heat water ( as in an electric kettle, electric heater) etc

16. Name the elements used to make an alloy nichrome?

Ans: Nickel and Chromium.

17 Why are electric wire are made up of copper through silver is best conductor?

Ans: Silver is an expensive metal. Material needed for conductor should be cheap as wires are used extensively in almost every appliance. That is why silver can't be used to make wires.

18. Why do you apply a tap over the joint of electric wire?

Ans: Tap is an insulator and save us from electric shock.

19. If you connect a battery cell to the bulb through a wooden stick, the will not glow. Why?

Ans: No, wooden stick is an insulator that cannot conduct electricity

20. Do not handle the electric appliances when your hands are wet. Why?

Ans: Tap water is good conductor and we may get electric shock.

21. There will be three colored wires normally used while connecting any electric equipment. What are those colors? Tell which coloured wire gives us electric shock?


Ans: Red (Live wire that give us electric shock), Black (Neutral) , and Green(Earth wire)

Electricity and Circuits for Class 6
Electricity Circuits and Conductors
Electric Circuits KS2
Electric Circuits Info
Electrical Circuits Games
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BBC Electricity Circuits
Science Circuit
Hyper Staffs Electric Circuits


Electricity Circuits and Conductors
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Electric Circuits Info
Electrical Circuits Games
Interactive Circuits
BBC Electricity Circuits
Science Circuit
Hyper Staffs Electric Circuits


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YashRaj Kandya
Student of Class 6
National Public School Indore 452005





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