Sunday, March 27, 2016

Internal marks - S8 ELECTIVE (IWE&M)

Roll no.    Marks
   3     -----  
     -----   16
   9     -----   22 
  14   -----    36
  20   -----    21
  21   -----    27 
  25   -----    27
  34   -----    36
  38   -----    30 
  41   -----    31
  52   -----    45
  55   -----    19
  56   -----   

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

IWM - 2nd series marks

Roll no.                 Marks
3                              4
6                              1
9                              7.5
14                           31
20                           3.5
21                           23
25                           22.5
26                           2
34                           28.5
38                           19
41                           15
52                           41.5
55                           0.5
56                           2

Internal marks will be published soon...!!

Monday, March 21, 2016


"Ecolabelling" is a voluntary method of environmental performance certification and labelling that is practised around the world. An ecolabel identifies products or services proven environmentally preferable overall, within a specific product or service category.
The roots of ecolabelling are found in the growing global concern for environmental protection on the part of governments, businesses and the public. As businesses have come to recognize that environmental concerns may be translated into a market advantage for certain products and services, various environmental declarations, claims and labels have emerged, such as natural, recyclable, eco-friendly, low energy, recycled content, etc. These have attracted consumers looking for ways to reduce environmental impacts through their purchasing choices, but they have also led to some confusion and scepticism.

The issue of environmental protection has brought the consumers, the industry, and the government to a common platform where each has to play its own role. The government and legislatures are using their influence to reduce environmental and health hazards due to industrialisation and to stimulate the development of clean(er) technologies. However, the environment is under tremendous stress from rapid industrialisation, unplanned urbanisation and changing consumption patterns in the race to achieve better living standards. It is amply clear that regulatory actions by pollution control agencies alone can not restore the environment to its pristine state. Pro-active and promotional roles should also be geared up in harmony with the overall environmental protection strategy. The time has come for consumers to take the lead in prompting manufacturers to adopt clean and eco-friendly technologies and environmentally-safe disposal of used products, along with preventive and mitigative approaches.

To increase consumer awareness, the Government of India launched the eco-labelling scheme known as `Ecomark' in 1991 for easy identification of environment-friendly products. Any product which is made, used or disposed of in a way that significantly reduces the harm it would otherwise cause the environment could be considered as Environment-Friendly Product.

The criteria follows a cradle-to-grave approach, i.e. from raw material extraction, to manufacturing, and to disposal. The 'Ecomark' label is awarded to consumer goods which meet the specified environmental criteria and the quality requirements of Indian Standards. Any product with the Ecomark will be the right environmental choice.
The specific objectives of the scheme are as follow :
  • To provide an incentive for manufacturers and importers to reduce adverse environmental impact of products.
  • To reward genuine initiatives by companies to reduce adverse environmental impact of their products.
  • To assist consumers to become environmentally responsible in their daily lives by providing information to take account of environmental factors in their purchase decisions.
  • To encourage citizens to purchase products which have less harmful environmental impacts.
  • Ultimately to improve the quality of the environment and to encourage the sustainable management of resources.

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Muthe Ponne Pinangalle - Malayalam movie Action Hero Biju police station song lyrics and video [corrected]

Muthe Ponne Pinangalle 
Enthae Kuttam Cheythu Njaan 
Muthe Ponne Pinangalle 
Enthae Kuttam Cheythu Njaan 

Enthinnu Penne Ninakkinnu Pinakkam
Neeyente Karalalle 
Raavinte Maaril Mayakkam Kollumpol
Neeyallo Kanavaake 
Pakalinte Madiyil Mizhi Thurannaal
Raavathum Varakkum Nin Roopam Munnil
Mothathil Paranjaal Neeýente Nizhalum
Velichamennil Thookunna Vilakkum

Muthe Ponne Pinangalle 
Enthae Kuttam Cheythu Njaan 
Thaane Thannanne Thannaane Thaananne
Thaane Thannanne Thannaane Thaananne 

Chettikkulangara Bharanikku Pokaam
Poora Parampaake Thatti Mutti Nadakkaam
Thaane Thannanne Thannaane Thaananne 
Chelulla Kallulla Maalakal Vaangaam
Kannaadi Vala Vilkkum Kadayilum Keraam
Thaane Thannanne Thannaane Thaananne 
Kannodu Kannoram Nokkiyirikkaam
Kaathodu Kaathoram Kadhakal Parayaam

Muthe Ponne Pinangalle 
Enthae Kuttam Cheýthu Njaan 
Thaane Thannanne Thannaane Thaananne
Thaane Thannanne Thannaane Thaananne 
Thaane Thannanne Thannaane Thaananne 
Thaane Thannanne Thannaane Thaananne