The Successful Effects and the Working of the Sustanon Cycle

The article refers to the Test Sustanon cycle and this is all about the process or the cycle regarding testosterone injection. Sustanon is the potent testosterone supplement available in the market these days. It is the common testosterone cycle used by the body builders and it is made to happen by combining the anabolic group of supplements. Apart from taking to the exercising regime one can take to the usage of the growth hormone along with the other essential components. In this case one can follow the online recommendations especially when you decide to go for a test Sustanon cycle.

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Collecting Data on the Cycle

Here is the potent and the proven cycle of sust or test-e. However, the cycle does not come without the risks. For the reason, you have to make the best use of the cycle along with the drug potency and the drug effects. One should always take into account the tips and suggestions which make a part of the customized cycle and this can go well with any form of testosterone. Make sure that you adopt the tips being suggested by the professional physicians. Non-experienced and unprofessional people can never help you with the correct dosage facts and figures.

Cutting and Bulking Phases with Testosterone

All users will not react to the drug in the same way. However,you should always consider things before deciding for a test Sustanon cycle. You can go through the sites of the bodybuilding and the anabolic steroids and this will help you with the idea cycling the hormonal testosterone for the purpose of body building. As part of the exercising regime, you have both the bulking and the cutting phases. In the case of cutting the extra fat is shredded and you develop the kind of lean muscle mass. On the other hand in case of bulking phase you take to the process of building muscle mass.

Anabolic Recommendations for You

You have the variety of products and recommendations in matters of both cutting and bulking and this is in regard to the cycling process. However, never take to the injections which are not meant for the enhancement of athletic performance. However, the usage of the anabolic solution is not quite popular among the athletic and the body building community. Recently there are laws regarding the selling and purchase of the anabolic solutions in the market. An anabolic product such as Sustanon 250 is used for faster muscle gaining.

Working of the Sustanon Cycle

You have the recommendations from the medical experts and they will tell you about the higher and the minimum dosage in matters of the supplemental intake. You have the group of the weight lifting enthusiasts and they are really interested in the basic test Sustanon cycle in order to have the right muscle growth and a desirable increase in the body weight. Here you have the specific concept of the cycle of sust or test-e. The cycle is recommended for the successful treatment for the condition of hypogonadism. One can go online and learn about the details of the Sustanon cycle.

Class 10 board exams likely to return from 2018

 

MHRD minister Prakash Javadekar
NEW DELHI: The government is set to announce the reintroduction of the Class 10 board exam for students affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), India’s largest national school test-conducting body.

The announcement is likely to be made by HRD minister Prakash Javadekar on October 25 and will be his first major decision after taking over as HRD minister in early July. The Class X boards are likely to be back from 2018.

Javadekar will also announce a new ‘no-detention’ policy wherein students will be automatically promoted till Class V. States will then devise their options till Class VIII but will need to provide an opportunity for a “re-test” for students who fail.

The CBSE Class 10 board examination was scrapped in 2010 and replaced with the current continuous and comprehensive evaluation+ that provides for tests and grading through the year as a means to reduce pressure on students.

Reasons for reintroduction of the Class X Board examinations include feedback from states and representative organisations of parents and teachers that doing away with the exam along with the no-detention policy was affecting academic standards, even though studies indicated that the number of drop-outs has reduced.

The board exam was seen — by those arguing for its retention — as a means of preparing students for the more important school-leaving Class XII tests.

The no-detention policy was felt to be reducing the authority of teachers and prompting schools to merely shuffle an under-performing student from one class to the next.

There were large number of government school students failing in class XI as evaluations became more demanding at the senior school level. These factors seem to have prompted the government to consider amending the decisions.

Touted as a Diwali gift in the HRD ministry, the decision will be made public after the meeting of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE). State education ministers who are to attend the CABE meeting have been intimated about restoration of Class 10 board examination. Several of them have been saying that scrapping of class X board has not delivered the anticipated benefits.

As the formula for “no-detention” seems complex, “it is for states to decide if they want to detain a child in class 5, 6 or 7 or in all of these classes,” a source said. But a re-test will be made mandatory for students who fail from class VI to VIII. A CABE committee headed by Rajasthan education minister Vasudev Devnani has also ruled in favour of removing the provision of “no-detention” and recommended re-tests. However, NCERT is opposed to removal of the “no-detention” policy.

While restoration of the class 10 board examination does not need a legislative intervention, a change in the no-detention policy does require an amendment in section 16 of the Right to Education Act.

The issue of “no-detention” was also considered by the Supreme Court, which had ruled in its favour. In the Society for Un-aided Private Schools of Rajasthan vs Union of India case, the SC had said holding back in a class or expulsion may lead to large number of dropouts, defeating the purpose of the act, which was to “strengthen the social fabric of democracy and to create a just and humane society”. The decisions were taken in a meeting on Wednesday.

Norms for appointment of foreign faculty in IITs to be eased

 

NEW DELHI: The government is set to ease the regulatory norms to make it easier for foreign faculty to be appointed in the IITs.

According to official sources, the HRD ministry has put forward a proposal to the Ministry of External Affairs and the Home Ministry to ensure the norms related to allowing foreign faculty are made easier.

“The HRD ministry has proposed that norms related to allowing qualified foreign faculty to teach in the IITs be eased. Both MEA and MHA have been positive in this regard during the consultations,” a source said.

It is also learnt that apart from the faculty coming from Prior Requirement Countries, the clearance norms for others teaching in India could be eased.

Sources said there is a move to relax work visa regime by bringing down the threshold annual salary to Rs 9.1 lakh per annum from the current limit of Rs 16.7 lakhs (USD 25,000).

UPSSSC announces results of junior assistant typing examination

UPSSSC announces results of junior assistant typing examination

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission has declared the results of Junior Assistant Typing examinations. The candidates can check the results athttp://upsssc.gov.in/

Candidates had taken a typing test after they passed their written examination conducted by the commission earlier.

Steps to check the results:

Log on to official website www.upsssc.gov.in

Click on the relevant link

Enter the required details like roll number, date of birth

Click on submit

President Pranab Mukherjee okays inquiry against AMU V-C Zameeruddin Shah

aligarh muslim university, amu, amu vice chancellor complaints, complaint against amu vc, hrd amu vc, hrd amu, indian express, india newsShah is the seventh central university V-C to come under the scanner even since the NDA government took charge in 2014.

President Pranab Mukherjee has agreed to Human Resource Development Ministry’s proposal to launch an inquiry into allegations of financial and administrative impropriety against Aligarh Muslim University vice-chancellor Zameeruddin Shah.

Mukherjee’s nod comes within a week of approving a probe against Allahabad University V-C R L Hangloo. Shah is the seventh central university V-C to come under the scanner even since the NDA government took charge in 2014.

As first reported by The Indian Express on October 4, the HRD Ministry had dispatched a file to Rashtrapati Bhavan seeking a probe into allegations of financial, administrative and academic irregularities against Shah, which include:

* Illegal transfer of funds collected from students from the university account to the account of a private trust named Sir Syed Educational Foundation.

* Appointment of a retired brigadier as the university’s pro V-C, even though UGC regulations mandate that the position be occupied by a professor. His appointment was done by the V-C by invoking his emergency powers.

* Appointment of ineligible candidates. Assistant professors were appointed against vacant position of professor and associate professor.

* Collapsing law and order on campus.

Shah is learnt to have written to the President on October 4, stating that attempts were being made to tie him down in a web of deceit and that his detractors feel that the best way to do this is accuse him of being corrupt. He also named former Rajya Sabha MP and ex-member of AMU executive council Wasim Ahmad as one of the people trying to sully his image.

“I have nothing to fear from an inquiry. It will, however, provide ammunition to detractors in their efforts to weaken my position,” he said in his letter to the President.

Speaking to The Indian Express, Ahmad said, “He (Shah) has done a lot of corruption (during his tenure as V-C) and there should be a CBI inquiry against him. I am happy that the HRD Minister acted on my complaint and sought the President’s permission to start a probe.”

The HRD Ministry is expected to first issue a showcause to the V-C seeking an explanation on why an inquiry should not be instituted to look into complaints of financial, administrative and academic irregularities. If dissatisfied with the response, the HRD Ministry will launch a formal probe.

Shah was appointed by the UPA-II in May 2012. The HRD Ministry, under Smriti Irani, had fired the heads of Visva Bharati University and Pondicherry University on the grounds of administrative, academic and financial irregularities. Inquiries were also initiated against the IGNOU V-C former head of Delhi University and Jamia Millia Islamia V-C.

Ofsted warning over police weaknesses in child protection

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The head of Ofsted, Sir Michael Wilshaw, has criticised police forces in England for failing to take child protection matters seriously.

He said that a failure to change could lead to further cases of child abuse like the ones in Rotherham and Oxford.

Sir Michael said police forces were not sharing information “in a timely way” and were not informing social workers quickly when children went missing.

His criticisms were made in a letter to the chief inspector of constabulary.

In response, Sir Thomas Winsor said he would work to ensure officers fully understood their duties on safeguarding children.

In his letter to Sir Thomas, Sir Michael said there were cases where police officers had failed to attend key meetings about child protection or visits with social workers.

In a number of forces there were delays in flagging up domestic abuse cases to the local council.

He said the “most serious concerns” were raised about Cleveland Police’s support for children’s services in Stockton-on-Tees.

In one case, an Ofsted inspector questioned a police decision to close a case even though “there was clear evidence that the children concerned had suffered non-accidental injuries”.

‘Vital role’

Sir Michael said: “I am writing to alert you [Sir Thomas] to my growing concerns about the failure of some police forces to take their child protection responsibilities seriously.”

He said he would “like to be reassured that every chief constable recognises the vital role that the police have to play in protecting our most vulnerable children”.

“They are the ones armed with the intelligence to identify where organised abuse may be taking place and to spot emerging patterns of criminal activity.”

He went on: “My worry is that if chief constables fail to give this issue sufficient priority, we may see a repeat of the sort of catastrophic failings we saw a few years ago in places like Rotherham, Oxford and elsewhere.”

A report found that in Rotherham, 1,400 children were systematically sexually abused between 1997 and 2013, while in Oxford more than 300 were abused and tortured over a period of more than 15 years.

In a written response to Sir Michael, Sir Thomas said he was currently assessing how effectively police forces investigated offences involving vulnerable victims and how they worked with other agencies to keep children safe.

Sir Thomas said forces were also running a rolling programme of child protection inspections.

He wrote: “These inspections provide a very thorough assessment of how well a force handles child protection matters, including, but not limited to: how well officers understand and respond to vulnerability and risk; how well forces deal with missing and absent children; online abuse and online child sexual exploitation; children in custody; and the management of registered sex offenders.”

He continued: “We will persist in ensuring that the police understand their very high public duty most efficiently and effectively to use their powers, and discharge their responsibilities, in connection with the protection of children.”

Temporary Deputy Chief Constable Simon Nickless from Cleveland Police said: “Cleveland Police takes safeguarding extremely seriously and works closely with all local authorities and other safeguarding agencies on a daily basis to protect children from harm.”

HRD Ministry extends last date for application to October 16

Jobs in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas: HRD Ministry extends last date for application to October 16

New Delhi: The HRD ministry has extended the last date of submission of application forms for various jobs vacancies in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) to October 16.

Notably, Monday was the last day for submitting the forms.

“Don’t worry. The last date for submission has been extended up to October 16,” Javadekar tweeted.

HRD minister Prakash Javadekar intervened after receiving complaints from some applicants through social media that because of the problems on the JNV website, they could not fill up the forms, officials said.

“On the request of aspiring candidates for NVS recruitment 2016 the HRD Minister directed Navodaya Vidayalaya Samiti to extend the online portal for registration of applications up to  October 16, 2016. Accordingly it has been extended up to 16th October. Edit Window on the portal will also be made available from October 17 to October 20 for registered candidates for further making corrections,” a senior official said.

In a year, Maharashtra jumped from 15th to 3rd place in terms of quality of education

In a year, Maharashtra jumped from 15th to 3rd place in terms of quality of education: CM Devendra Fadnavis

Mumbai: Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday said Maharashtra, which has been “languishing at either 14th or 15th place in terms of quality of education”, has moved to the third place in the last one year.

He also announced that a Board of Studies would be set up for ‘divyang’ (differently-abled) students in the state.

“For the last few years, Maharashtra was languishing at either 14th or 15th place in terms of quality of education. But we have jumped to the third position in the past one year. In the future, the state will be number one in the education sector,” Fadnavis said.

The Chief Minister was addressing a gathering after presenting the Adarsh Shikshak and Savitribai Phule Adarsh Shikshika (Best Teacher awards) to 109 teachers here.

“The state government disburses around Rs 50,000 crore to the education sector but it does not consider it an expenditure but an investment for the future.

“Teachers are responsible for readying the young generation for the future and making them fine, law-abiding citizens. Students’ uplift cannot happen without these teachers,” he said.

Fadnavis said that this year, 25,000 schools have been made digital and that the state government will undertake ‘Maharashtra Net’ on the lines of ‘Bharat Net’ being implemented by the Centre.

“Under this, the health and education services will be made available to people at the village level. For instance, in Nagpur, 750 gram panchayats have been completely digitalised,” he said.

The digitalisation will ensure the gap between cities and villages decreases and by 2018, we will provide digital connectivity to all gram panchayats, he added.

“For the divyang students a Board of Studies will be constituted,” Fadnavis said, adding the focus of his government is on innovative teaching methods, Right to Education among others.

This award ceremony for teachers from Maharashtra was organised by School Education Department, where Education Minister Vinod Tawde and other dignitaries were present, a statement from chief ministers office said.

The 109 awardees include 38 primary and 39 secondary teachers besides 19 from tribal schools and two sports teachers and those from other categories.

Kerala opposition to intensify protest against medical colleges fee hike

Image result for Kerala opposition to intensify protest against medical colleges fee hikeThiruvananthapuram: The Congress-led opposition on Monday continued to interrupt proceedings in the Kerala assembly for the sixth consecutive day and decided to intensify its protest against the “indiscriminate” fee hike in private self-financing medical colleges.

The opposition asserted that it would not call off the protest until the government rolled back the fee hike.

The opposition disruption forced adjournment of the House during Question Hour. And when it reassembled, Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan said conciliation talks were held between Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and opposition leaders — but without the desired breakthrough.

Leader of Opposition Ramesh Chennithala said: “Our protest will continue as we want the government to do justice regarding the fee hike. Since two of our legislators are sitting on a fast, we are in no position to take part in the assembly proceedings and hence we are walking out.”

Since Wednesday, three legislators of the Congress-led opposition have been on an indefinite fast in the foyer of the Kerala Assembly protesting the fee hike.

One of the legislators was shifted to hospital last week following deterioration in his health condition while on Monday the condition of the other two legislators took a turn for the worse.

Later the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) leadership met and decided to intensify the protest and conduct a protest meet across the state on Tuesday, UDF Convenor P.P. Thankachen told reporters after the meeting.

Reacting to Chennithala, Vijayan said that since the day the session has started, the opposition has been on a protest mode.

“The James Committee (appellate authority) which looks into the complaints in admission procedures has already cancelled the admission done by two colleges … such a thing is happening for the first time. We have already made clear that we will not allow anyone to break rules,” Vijayan declared.

“We have also agreed to the demand of the opposition to conduct a Crime Branch probe to find out if any of these colleges had collected capitation fees,” the Chief Minister said.

Meanwhile, following the opposition protest, several privately managed medical colleges have expressed their willingness to reduce fees.

Even though the Vijayan government has claimed that they have been able to end capitation fee being charged by private managements, the opposition has termed it as a “bluff”, and pointed out that capitation fee for a medical seat still ranged between Rs 25 lakh and Rs 35 lakh.

While the fee in the sector went up by Rs 47,000 (during the five-year tenure of the previous Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy), the Vijayan government has increased it by Rs 65,000 since the new government took office in May this year.

CBSE plans big change, its chairman says Class 10 Board exams to be revived from 2018

CBSE plans big change, its chairman says Class 10 Board exams to be revived from 2018

Patna: Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) chairman Rajesh Chaturvedi on Wednesday said Class 10 board examinations would be revived from next year.

Chaturvedi yesterday visited Super 30, a programme of mathematician Anand Kumar for mentoring students from underprivileged sections of the society for IIT.

“We will not be able to do it in 2017 as time is short but we will certainly like to go ahead with it from 2018 as it has become important in the context of improving quality. In any case, the state boards are continuing with the board exams,” Chaturvedi was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.

 

The CBSE chairman added that the matter would be taken up with the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and state boards under the direction of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD).

On Wednesday, Chaturvedi said in a short speech at Super 30: “I wanted to come here to see for myself how it (Super 30) functions so that similar models could be replicated elsewhere for tapping maximum talent.”

Exhorting the students to strive for real knowledge, the CBSE chief said today’s education was becoming more elite-centric, though there was immense real talent in rural areas and they needed to be nurtured.

Welcoming, the CBSE chairman, Anand Kumar said Chaturvedi’s visit at the academy would boost students’ confidence.

Since its inception in 2002, Super 30 has helped more than 350 students hailing from poor sections of the society crack IITs.

The academy, which provides free fooding, lodging and education to 30 select students from underprivileged sections, has drawn praise within the country and abroad.