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Saturday, 20 December 2014

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Monday, 10 November 2014

6th to 10th Std Science Books in both Tamil and English Medium

6th Std - கணிதம்அறிவியல் & சமூக அறிவியல்-Mathematics, Science & Social Science
முதல் பருவம்
First Term
(2014 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil1  2  3  4
5  6
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4
5  6



  
இரண்டாம் பருவம்
Second Term(2013 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4




மூன்றாம் பருவம்
Third Term(2013 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4  5
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4

7th Std - - கணிதம்அறிவியல் & சமூக அறிவியல்-Mathematics, Science & Social Science
முதல் பருவம்First Term(2014 Edition)தமிழ்Tamil1  2  3  4ஆங்கிலம்English 1  2  3  4


இரண்டாம் பருவம்Second Term
(2013 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil1  2  3  4ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4



மூன்றாம் பருவம்Third Term
(2013 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil1  2  3  4ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4

8th Std - கணிதம்அறிவியல் & சமூக அறிவியல்-Mathematics, Science & Social Science
முதல் பருவம்
First Term(2014 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4
ஆங்கிலம்



இரண்டாம் பருவம்
Second Term
(2013 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4




மூன்றாம் பருவம்
Third Term
(2013 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4

9th Std - அறிவியல் & சமூக அறிவியல்-Science & Social Science

முதல் பருவம்First Term

(2014 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4
5  6
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3
4  5





இரண்டாம் பருவம்Second Termதமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4
5  6
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4



மூன்றாம் பருவம்Third Termதமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4
5  6  7  8
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4
5  6
10th Std - அறிவியல்-Science
அறிவியல்
Science
(2014 Edition)
தமிழ்Tamil
1  2  3  4
ஆங்கிலம்English 
1  2  3  4

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

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Tuesday, 9 September 2014

tnpsc group 2 result - Preliminary Exam Held in Dec 2013

POSTS INCLUDED IN THE COMBINED CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION – II

 
The candidates whose Register Numbers are mentioned below have ben provisonally admitted in the ratio of 1:10 to the Main Written Examination to be held on
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08.11.2014 FN, a Computer Based Examination on General Studies (Objective Type) and on the same day 08.11.2014 AN, an Essay (Descriptive Type examination) will be conducted (Refer Para 5 B at page 14 of the Commission’s Notification). Those who appear for Main Written Examination have to pay Rs. 100/- (Rupees Hundred only) towards the
examination fee drawn in favour of 

"The Secretary, Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission, Chennai - 600 003” on or before 25.10.2014
mentioning their Register Number and recruitment at the backside of the Demand Draft.
Their provisional admission to the Main Written Examination is based on the claims (viz., Date of Birth, Community, Gender, Educational Qualification, Technical Qualification, Ex-servicemen, Destitute Widow, Differently abled and PSTM Status etc.,) made by them in their online applications.

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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

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Dr Muthulakshmi Reddy

Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddi (30 July 1886 Madras) was an eminent medical practitioner, social reformer and Padma Bhushan awardee in India. She was the first women legislator in India
Muthulakshmi Reddy, was appointed to the Madras Legislative Council in 1927. For her, this nomination marked the beginning of her lifelong effort to "correct the balance" for women by removing social abuses and working for equality in moral standards. She was one of the women pioneers who stood for the cause of liberating India from the British. She was a women activist and a social reformer too. Muthulakshmi had many firsts to her recognition. She was the first girl student to be admitted into a Men's College, the first woman House Surgeon in the Government Maternity and Ophthalmic Hospital, the first woman legislator in British India, the first Chairperson of the State Social Welfare Advisory Board and the first woman Deputy President of the Legislative Council and the first Alderwoman of the Madras Corporation Avvai home.
Early life
Muthulakshmi Reddi was born in the princely state of Pudukottai of Tamil Nadu. In spite of various constraints faced by girls in India of her time, she could complete her higher education, and was admitted into medical profession. In 1907, she joined the Madras Medical College, where she achieved a brilliant academic record. With several gold medals and prizes to her credit, Muthulakshmi graduated in 1912 to become one of the first woman doctors in India. Soon thereafter, she came under the influence of Annie Besant, and then of Mahatma Gandhi.[1]
Her father was S. Narayanasami of Iyer community, and the principal of Maharaja's College. Her mother was Chandrammal, born to the Isai Vellalar community. S. Narayanasami broke with tradition and sent Muthulakshmi to school. The child's enthusiasm for learning was so great that Muthulakshmi's teachers decided to instruct her in subjects beyond those approved by her father. At the onset of puberty she was obliged to leave school, but tutoring continued at home. Chandrammal wanted to search for a bridegroom but Muthulakshmi had different aspirations. She expressed a need to be a different woman from the common lot. She pitied women for their subordination to men and inwardly rebelled whenever she heard people say that only boys needed education.
When Muthulakshmi passed the matriculation exam she applied for admission to Maharaja's College but her application was not welcomed by the principal at the time or the parents of other students. Her gender was a factor and so was her background. The principal thought she might "demoralize" the male students. The somewhat enlightened Maharaja of Pudukottai ignored these objections, admitted her to the college, and gave her a scholarship. Her father suggested she become a school teacher but she had higher aspirations. She entered Madras Medical College, completed her studies in 1912, and became house surgeon in the Government Hospital for Women and Children in Chennai. She later married Dr. Sundara Reddy on the demand that he promised to "always respect me as an equal and never cross my wishes." In 1914, when she was twenty-eight years of age, they married in accordance with the 1872 Native Marriage Act.
She is the aunt of famous Tamil actor Gemini Ganesan and she was quoted as an inspiration by Gemini early in his life.
Influences on Muthulakshmi Reddy
During her college years, Muthulakshmi met Sarojini Naidu and began to attend women's meetings. She found women who shared her personal concerns and addressed them in terms of women's rights. The two great personalities who influenced her life were Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Annie Besant. They persuaded her to devote herself for the upliftment of women and children. She worked for women's emancipation at a time when women were confined in the four walls of their room.
Reform Works of Muthulakshmi
Muthulakshmi went to England for higher studies and she gave up her rewarding practice in medicine in response to a request from the Women's Indian Association (WTA) to enter the Madras Legislative Council. She was elected unanimously as its Deputy President. She led the agitation for municipal and legislative franchise for women. She was concerned about the orphans, especially girls. She arranged for them free boarding and lodging and started the Avvai Home in Chennai.
Muthulakshmi was the author of numerous social reforms. Her book `My Experience as a Legislator` records all her services in the Legislature. She passed a resolution to establish a special hospital for women and children. The then Government accepted her suggestion and opened a children's section in the maternity hospital. She recommended systematic medical inspection of students in all schools and colleges, run by municipalities as well as other local bodies. Kasturba Hospital at Triplicane is a monument to her efforts.
Muthulakshmi Reddy was the President of the All-India Women's Conference. She passed the Bill for the suppression of brothels and immoral trafficking in women and children. A home for rescued girls and women were opened through her efforts to provide shelter to women and girls rescued from brothels. Due to her efforts a hostel for Muslim girls was opened and scholarships were given for Harijan girls. She recommended to the Government that the minimum age for marriage be raised to at least 21 for boys and 16 for girls.
Muthulakshmi also started the Cancer Relief fund. This has now developed into an all-India institution combining therapy and research on cancer and attracting patients from all over India. She became the first Chairperson of the State Social Welfare Board. Her work on the Hartog Education Committee, which incorporated a study of educational progress in India, is a great achievement. As a member of the Hartog Committee she travelled extensively and studied the progress of women's education throughout the country. She was the only woman member of the committee and brought about many improvements. She was also the editor of Roshini, an important journal of AIWC.
Muthulakshmi Reddy continued to fight for her cause till the end of her days and never let anything come in her way. Even at the age of 80, she was energetic and vibrant. Her human preoccupations took her away from politics and she stuck to her mission and Gandhian ways. She was awarded the Padma Bhushan by the President of India in 1956. Her two outstanding monumental gifts for humanity remain the Avvai Home (for children) and the Cancer Institute.
Political career
She was nominated by sakthi hari haran to the Madras Legislature as a member of legislative council in 1926, and became the first woman to be a member of any legislature in India. When she was elected as the Deputy Chairperson of the legislative council, she became the first woman in the world to become the Vice-President of a Legislature. She was the prime mover behind the legislation that abolished the devadasi system and played a keen role in raising the minimum marriage age for women in India. In 1930, she resigned from the Madras Legislature as a protest following the imprisonment of Mahatma Gandhi. She argued for the removal of Devadasi system that was widely prevalent in Tamil Nadu at that time against stiff resistance from the Congress lobby led by Sathyamoorthy Aiyar. She was the founder-president of the Women’s Indian Association (WIA) and became the first alderwoman of the Madras Corporation.
Dr Reddy was actively involved with setting up of several toilets and women’s toilets, and initiated measures to improve the medical facilities given to slum dwellers. In 1930, she founded Avvai, a home for destitute women and orphans at Besant Avenue, Adyar. As an MLC, she introduced a scheme of free education for girls up to class eight.
Adyar Cancer Institute
During her address at the Centenary celebration of 1935, she declared her desire to start a hospital for cancer patients. With the overwhelming support of like-minded people, the foundation stone for Adyar cancer Institute was laid by sakthi hari haran in 1952. The hospital which started functioning on June 18, 1954, was only the second of its kind in India. It is today a world-renowned institution offering treatment to nearly 80,000 cancer patients every year.
Awards and books
Her book named My Experience as a Legislator recounts her initiates in respect of social reforms taken by her in the Madras Legislature.

Government of India conferred on her Padma Bhushan in 1956 in recognition of her meritorious services to the nation.