The Skeletal System

Skeleton and its Functions The skeleton is among the busiest and the most durable of all living organs of the body. Human bones have been found that are nearly a million years old. Apart from forming the supporting framework of the body, the bones are manufacturing...

60th Independence day celebration in Maldives

The 60th Independence day celebration in Maldives. The program was held at Giyasudheen School in Male’. Around 700+ Indians gathered for the celebration. The VIP’s included Hon, Mr Pandey, the Indian high commissioner, CEO of State bank of India, Bangladesh High...

Climate of India

Introduction India is a tropical country with a Monsoon type of climate. The word ‘monsoon’ is derived from the Arabic word ‘Mausam’. It means season. It exercises a uniform influence throughout the country [Source]. The Controlling factors of Indian Climate...

X-Rays

Production of X-Rays When highly energetic electrons are made to strike a metal target, electromagnetic radiation comes out. A large part of this radiation has wavelength of the order of 0.1 nm ( 1 A) and is known as X-ray. X-ray was discovered by the German physicist...

Training users

As an organisation hires new staff or promotes existing staff or introduces new procedures / systems, there would arise a need for training the users. Training the users will help the organisation in ensuring better work output and avoidance of errors which might be...

Recruitment of Teachers for Schools In Maldives

Recently there are lots of vacancies for teachers in the Republic of Maldives. There are about 250 inhabited islands in the Maldives and most of these islands have schools. There is good demand for teachers for these Islands and recruitment work is given to some...

Maldivian Cowrie Trade History

Links between Africa and the Maldives, though never pronounced, have been surprisingly long-standing. It has been suggested that the Maldives-as well as the Seychelles-may have played a role as mid-oceanic staging posts in the Indonesian migrations to Madagascar...

Male’ – ‘The King’s Island’

The tiny saucer shaped capital of the Maldives is rarely more than a stopover for the visitors- and for many tourists who fly into neighboring Hulule’ Airport and are immediately transferred to a tourist island, not even that. Male’ may have the distraction of...