How is the ICSE registration done?

Hii there!

As you cannot appear the ICSE examination as a Individual Candidate, so obviously registration is done through your school.

Registration takes place through ICSE-Schools Affiliated to CISCE. A sum of amount is also to be paid to appear the exam. You'll get your Hall Ticket from your school, to whom the Council will send.

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Which should I choose, DU or a government college in my city?

I am a b.com Hon corresponds 2nd year student from school of open learning Delhi university and my hometown is Rae bareily , U.P. (EAST). So I think I am perfect to answer this. Look if you want to pursue it from regular college for. Graduation
1) Consider The D.U. College , if the college from D.U. is above in ranking(Placement,Discipline) in all over India from the college of your city .
2) In Aspects of factors like homecity there is not a single place where you can find whelm like you find in homecity, Big metropolitan city (Delhi) is full of rush in which everyone has it's own aim and problems , and everyone is rushing to achieve something or to restrict problem .
3)In Aspect of factors like Accommodation, Come-on dude its country capital whether you may find college hostel to be good or not you will get pg, rented rooms or apartments or flats with various facilities according to your budget in many parts of the city.

If you want to start a corresponds course
I think Delhi university corresponds or open college body school of open learning is better recognized and better than various college of India . But if you are pursuing any professional course or preparing for any competition corresponds course from D.U. Is highly recommended as it doesn't let you lose hope while failing in competition exams or losing from pursuing professional course.

How can we change the patriarchal mindset of many Indian men in order to curb violence against women?

It's difficult to change certain well-established mindsets in society: heck, these ways of perceiving women's roles in society are probably hundreds of years old.

I can say, however, that slowly but surely, things are changing, and here's how.

First off, in the specific context of India, it's important to try and bring about changes in mindset in ways that the majority of Indians can appreciate, i.e popular culture. Movies have always played a huge role in getting messages across in India, serving the dual purpose of entertainment and education. Of late (though it's not yet the norm) some really great women-centric movies have been coming out which go to show just how much women can actually do, and how much respect they command. Here's a little list of my favorite few (all in Hindi, I don't really follow much of other Indian cinema, because I live in Bombay):

  1. Pink- Arguably the best movie of 2016. It serves to highlight regressive attitudes toward women even in rich, well-educated urban families, and paint them in a humiliating, and bad light. It's about a molestation and rape case against four girls who tried defending themselves against the aggressors, but end up fighting a brutal court case.
  2. Dangal- This is a biopic about the highly celebrated Indian wrestlers Geeta and Babita Phogat. Set in rural Haryana, known for its by-and-large regressive, patriarchal mindset, it shows the struggles their father and they had to overcome in a society that ridiculed women and their parents for trying to do something “only men could”, to get to the Olympics and make the whole of India proud.
  3. Poorna- Again, an amazing biopic about the youngest person in the world to scale Mt. Everest, Poorna Malavath, a young girl from rural Andhra Pradesh, born in a poor, farming family. It shows her journey from getting kicked out of school for not being able to pay the fees, to overcoming pressure to get married off as a child (while her cousin and best friend was forced to, and eventually died way before she should have during childbirth), to having her talent in mountain-climbing identified, to making history by summiting the Everest.

These kinds of movies are on the rise in popularity, and are great means of reaching the masses, thus changing their mindsets slowly but steadily, through their star power.

The other factor to point out is education, and better access to information. As India continues to develop, its people grow more educated and thus also more aware of ideas about gender equality. Internet coverage and connectivity, and electricity access, amongst other seemingly unrelated factors, actually plays a larger role than we think in all this.

Finally, ever-more self-aware Indian voters appalled at the gross mistreatment of women and keen to dramatically change things for the better, are exercising their unalienable rights as citizens of the country- their voting power. An increasing number of us are repulsed by politicians who have records of mistreatment of women against them, and we are increasingly electing politicians who are vocal about bringing about more gender equality. This is visible in the recent Uttar Pradesh state government elections, where the Bharatiya Janata Party (the ruling BJP) ran on a ticket that was very enthusiastic about reducing the incidence of crimes against women, and on gender equality, and they were handed a huge victory.

Now, this is not to say that politicians are all amazingly feminist over here: some politicians, across political party lines, have said appalling, and grotesquely stupid things about what women should or, in most cases, should not do, for the sake of “preserving Indian culture”. The sad truth is, that these people also have large followings because they are exceptional at polarizing politics, and at dividing people on the lines of religion, playing the communal card to retain their voter bases. That leaves many Indian males (I will include myself too, because some things these politicians say are just so god-awful) hurling every cuss-word they know at them, but obviously, to no avail.

The road to gender equality is being paved though. It could ideally be paved faster, but we're trying to make the best road possible with the equipment that everyone can relate to and make sense of.

What are some part time jobs for youngsters in India?

Hi… a pool of opportunities are there for part time job seekers, but personally what i feel is tutoring or teaching is the best profession where u can earn a decent income by sharing your knowledge… All you need to do is choose any good home tutoring site and make your profile as a tutor…you can check this link if u want Home Tutors, Online Tutors & Part Time Teaching Jobs website. all the best

If he hasn't texted me in two weeks but is still liking my Instagram pictures, is he just playing with me?

I never understand why people think texting and liking photos on instagram is a real relationship.

The only way you will find out what is going on is to SPEAK to him.

If he hasn’t texted you in two weeks he doesn’t sound desperately interested and might just be liking your instagram pictures to tease you or because he’s genuinely interested in your photos.

But really, in terms of a relationship it sounds as if he is wasting your time.

What was in that text that he didn’t reply to? Are you sure there isn’t another reason why he’s stopped texting.

Time to get on the phone to find out once and for all.

Is relying on JavaScript libraries/frameworks going to limit my development as a web developer vs. deep learning of JavaScript?

Not if you always dive deep.

  • Why does this work?
  • How do they make it work like this?
  • What makes this approach faster or better than another?

The frameworks and libraries are open source. When you don't know how something works, you can always drive in and learn.

If you do that, not only will the you learn as well as if you were using vanilla JavaScript, you will learn faster.

Because there's no better way to learn than to understand how code written by an expert works. At least in the case of high profile frameworks like Angular or libraries like Lodash, you can be sure that most of the code was written, or at least reviewed, by an expert.

What Internet speed is required to stream live matches on Hotstar at 1080p?

Short answer: for 1080p24 (what you find on a Blu-ray movie of a Hollywood film), roughly 4-8 megabits per second, when using the fanciest compressed format.

For example, this "1080p" YouTube video (really 798 lines high because of scope, at) is at about 3.6 megabits/sec.

A Blu-ray film will have higher quality than YouTube, but it'll be encoded at more like 25-35 megabits/sec.

Long answer:

"1080p" is a bit ambiguous. Let's assume you're talking about 1080p24. This means that we get a progressive frame 24 times per second. The frame has 7.8-bit luma (brightness) at a resolution of 1920×1080, and 15.8-bit chroma (color information) at a resolution of 960×540. This is the format used for Hollywood movies (which are filmed at 24 frames per second) and most scripted prime-time TV and commercials.

Broadcast and digital-cable HDTV (called ATSC) can send this at about 16 megabits per second. If you watch an NBC prime-time broadcast, this is basically what you're getting. ATSC uses an older format called MPEG-2, which dates from about 1995, and is not as efficient as more recent formats.

A Blu-ray will often use a more efficient format called MPEG-4 part 10, or H.264. This is more computationally demanding but about twice as efficient, meaning you can generally get the same quality with half the bitrate. In practice a Blu-ray film will be at around 25-35 megabits/sec (because why not use the space if you have it?), but if throughput is at a premium, H.264 can go down into single digits of megabits/sec.

Neither broadcast HDTV nor Blu-ray supports 1080p60 (sixty progressive frames per second) — 1080p60 is outside what MPEG-2 calls the "High Level" of conformance.

(And as a technical note: Broadcast HDTV does support "true" 1080p24, meaning the MPEG-2 headers are marked as outputting 24 progressive frames per second, but this isn't used in practice, in order to retain compatibility with the analog NTSC broadcasts at 60Hz. In practice, a signal from NBC will be 1080p24 in substance but formally 1080i60, in that the contents of the MPEG-2 transmission is indeed 24 progressive frames per second, sent progressively. BUT these frames are tagged with metadata (or really bits in the headers) instructing the decoder to interlace them and output them in a 3:2 pulldown to make a 1080i60 signal. Whether the decoder actually does this, or just displays the 24 progressive frames that are actually being transmitted, is an implementation detail that depends in part on whether the TV is really interlaced.)

(Technical note 2: In the U.S., all these rates are actually lower by 1000/1001. So "1080p24" is really 1080p23.976024…)

(Technical note 3: I bristle at using "1080p" to describe these formats when the way they work is by encoding the higher spatial frequencies with fewer and fewer bits, in other words with coarser and coarser steps. Boasting that your 4 Mbps MPEG-4 pt. 10 is still "1080p" is like boasting that your 128 kbps MP3 is "16-bit audio." Yeah, it was — before you compressed it! Then you selectively quantized the different frequency bands at fewer than 16 bits. That's how you reduced the bitrate. In your 4 Mbps H.264, do you think you still have 8 bits of resolution at the highest frequency component — the one that makes it 1080p? No way. Do you think you have ANY bits? :-D)77.3k Views · 45 UpvotesUpvote45Comments1+ShareE.O. Stinson, Cloud control, bioinformatics, casual cyclist, hobbyist cook. Bullet points.Updated Oct 20, 2013This question may currently be too vague. Most video compression formats are lossy, which means that you can stream a 1080p resolution video at various levels of quality, where lower quality will be represented by degraded image/sound (blockiness, blurring, etc), but with the same number of pixels (which is really all 1080p defines). This is true even of over-the-air and cable broadcasts; some broadcasters try to squeeze more data down a smaller channel by compressing the data, even though it's still technically 1080p.

In Handbrake, where encoding rates are tuned for DVDs, the "regular" profile for H.264 1080p is about 1500kbps, and the "high quality" profile is 1800kbps. These are for video only. Audio adds additional bandwidth on the order of 128-256kbps (assuming that you're encoding as MP3 or AAC.)

For really high-quality 1080p, I often see bitrates as high as 3500kbps, including audio.

Translating into Mbps, you're looking at 1.4Mbps on the low end, and 3.4Mbps on the high end. For comparison, 802.11n wireless networks while having a theoretical peak capacity of 100mbps and above, generally peak at 54Mbps, best case, while 802.11g networks peak at 22Mbps. (Note that with typical in-the-city interference, I've often had trouble streaming high-quality video over an 802.11g connection; the peak throughput requires pretty perfect conditions.)

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