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  1. Early Buddhist Stupa-art, while depicting folk motifs and narratives, successfully expoundsBuddhist ideals. Elucidate.
  2. Krishnadeva Raya, the king of Vijayanagar, was not only an accomplished scholar himself but was a also a great patron of learning and literature. Discuss.
  3. Explain how the upraising of 1857 constitutes an important watershed in the evolution of British policies towards colonial India.
  4. Discuss the role of women in the freedom struggle especially during the Gandhian phase.
  5. Highlight the differences in the approach of Subhash Chandra Bose and Mahatma Gandhi in the struggle for freedom. 
  6. Has the formation of linguistic states strengthened the cause of Indian unity?
  7. The anti-colonial struggles in West Africa were led by the new elite of Western -educated Africans. Examine.
  8. To what extent globalisation has influenced the core of cultural diversity in India? Explain.
  9. “An essential condition to eradicate poverty is to liberate the poor from the process of deprivation.” Substantiate this statement with suitable examples. 
  10. Why are the tribals in India referred to as ‘the Scheduled Tribes’? Indicate the major provisions enshrined in the Constitution of India for their upliftment.
  11. With a brief background of quality of urban life in India, introduce the objectives and strategy of the ‘Smart City Programme.”
  12. What is the basis of regionalism? Is it that unequal distribution of benefits of development on regional basis eventually promotes regionalism? Substantiate your answer.
  13. Discuss the concept of air mass and explain its role in macro-climatic changes.
  14. “The Himalayas are highly prone to landslides.”Discuss the causes and suggest suitable measures of mitigation.
  15. The effective management of land and water resources will drastically reduce the human miseries. Explain.
  16. South China Sea has assumed great geopolitical significance in the present context. Comment.
  17. Major cities of India are becoming vulnerable to flood conditions. Discuss.
  18. Present an account of the Indus Water Treaty and examine its ecological, economic and political implications in the context of changing bilateral relations.
  19.  Enumerate the problems and prospects of inland water transport in India.
  20.  In what way micro-watershed development projects help in water conservation in drought-prone and semi-arid regions of India? 

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I have seen a blog which claims that we can develop iPhone applications in HTML5. Untill then I was aware about Objective-C on Mac.

Can we develop an interface with backend support application in HTML5 on iPhone? Will it be secure and scalable?

If HTML5 is a markup language, then how can I make conditional statements in it? Would it be via jQuery or Javascript?

Which IDE should I use to develop an iPhone app in HTML5?

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A great place to start when developing an iPhone app in HTML5 is PhoneGap .

You could either go the full-blown app route by developing an iOS app using PhoneGap , or only selecting certain tools/frameworks to help build a web-based app for mobile devices.

And very much like how it works with websites, HTML is used for the structure, CSS for presentation and JavaScript for behaviour. So yes, JS is used for conditional statements, etc.

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Yes.

You can develop an HTML5/CSS3/Javascript app, then wrap it in PhoneGap or Apache Cordova to make it native and put it in the App Store (or Android Market…), as well as publish it on the web. You can do this with whatever tools you’re comfortable with.

Using a tool like PhoneGap has many benefits over browser-based Mobile Web Apps, such as allowing you to parse iPhone contacts and access the local hardware.

It’s great in combination with jQuery Mobile , but since performance is a MAJOR issue you must be very cautious to really streamline your images, CSS, and Javascript.

See this link to learn more about Mobile Frameworks.

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I have seen a blog which claims that we can develop iPhone applications in HTML5. Untill then I was aware about Objective-C on Mac.

If you want to write a native iPhone application, then Objective-C is your only option. However, as the iPhone’s web browser has a lot of capabilities (e.g. offline caching), you can develop applications that run in its web browser, as opposed to natively. They can’t access all the features of the iPhone, and they are simply websites (so you need a server to serve them), but before the iPhone SDK was released, Steve Jobs himself described web apps as the way to write software for the iPhone .

Can we develop an interface with backend support application in HTML5 on iPhone? Will it be secure and scalable?

I have no idea what that means.

If HTML5 is a markup language, then how can I make conditional statements in it? Would it be via jQuery or Javascript?

Correct: JavaScript. (jQuery is just a JavaScript framework, and it’s probably a bit heavy to use on current iPhones.)

The HTML5 spec blurs the distinction between HTML and JavaScript by defining the DOM interface for the HTML elements it specifies, and defining new DOM features (e.g. offline caching) that aren’t technically part of HTML. Apple (and other people) have further blurred the term “HTML5” by using it to encompass various CSS features like animations and transforms, which you’ll probably find very useful for making web apps feel more like native apps.

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Hence, I found a “ Spender  ” app in the App Store. It is a simple app for tracking your budget. With it, you can estimate how effectively you spend your money in the end of each month. By the 5th of January, this app was in Top-10 in the Russian App Store. I also found their  dev-story  on iphones.ru. 

In their dev-story, the developers wrote that after completing their previous project, they had three-four free days. So, they decided to create a new app during this free time. Their Product Manager and programmers helped them with positioning the app and its key features.

This encouraged me and I began to think how to create nearly the same app in 2 days.

Note: the original app was updated in the middle of January, and now it looks a little different from my app. Anyway, you can find its screenshots in the dev-story.

I already had the experience of mobile app development using C# and Cocoa. Since this was my personal free time, I wanted to use it with maximum effectiveness. Even If I didn’t succeed, I was eager to learn a new framework or programming language.

I was working for DevExpress from 2006 till2011 and have been reading their announces since I left the company. So, I knew that they created a  mobile js-framework  based on Cordova/PhoneGap. They made it after I left the company, so I was curious to try it.

The Gartner research company  reports that by August, 2013 most of the enterprise mobile software was created using PhoneGap or PhoneGap-based products (like  Kony ). From my consumer experience, it’s far from true. Maybe I was wrong?

I’m not so good at HTML and JavaScript. I can create mark-up with stackoverflow.com and I can write simple selectors with jQuery. I can also find the required information in their documentation. In other words, HTML+JS was a gap in my knowledge and I was ready to fill it or gain some experience.

Thus, I planned to create a cross-platform application that could become an advantage over the original iOS-only Spender app. Moreover, I wanted to spend my time in the most effective way. On the one hand, I had a potentially effective JS framework, on the other – a lack of JS experience. I hoped that the JS framework advantages could balance my poor experience.

Since I like to use a VCS during development, I’ll try to recover my progress.

You can download complete apps here:

iOS  ,  Android  

I’m not sure I can provide public access to my repo, because it contains images I bought from Fotolia and third-party libraries, each with a difference license. I’m not a lawyer, so I’d prefer not to take the risk. The most curious of you can take a look into the app bundle itself. JS wasn’t minified.

Place: Tula, Russia, Date: January, 5, 2014

+20 minutes Spent on installing Node.JS and Cordova CLI
+10 minutes Downloaded a template app from Cordova. Added a template from PhoneJS. Created a Git-repo, registered it in WebStorm. Added a new record to the httpd.conf in order to have an ability to debug my future app in the browser.
+38 minutes Changed the app namespace to "io.nikitin.ThriftBox". Added navigation. PhoneJS is an MVC-framework. Each app screen is represented as a collection of HTML markup (Views) and fabric function (ViewModel). Here is how it looks at its simplest

<div data-options="dxView : name: 'home', title: 'Home' "> <div data-options="dxContent : targetPlaceholder: 'content' "> // View Content </div>
</div>

and

ThriftBox.home = function (params) { // Request parameters taken from uri return {}; // ViewModel instance
};

Then View and View Model are bound via  knockout-bindings . To be in time, I create only two screens: expense input and monthly expense report.

+4 hours 20 minutes Here I got stuck for the first time. I couldn’t create a markup of digit buttons.
The original app had a huge keyboard that looked like a calculator or dialer.

I found out that it was not that easy to create such a keyboard, even using a table tag. In the iPhone Retina screen, 1px borders between buttons changed their colors after clicking on the buttons. On my iPhone, the difference in colors was very noticeable. I had to invent how to tackle this.


I tried to implement buttons using divs. But I couldn’t achieve a border width of 1 px and make all buttons look equal in different screens. Three hours later I gave up the idea of using divs and moved forward.

+28 minutes Removing a clicked button indicator on iOS. iOS displays a gray indicator around tapped links and objects with the onclick event handler. Since I had my own indicator of a tapped object (the tapped button became darker), I didn’t need the default indicator. I solved this problem using the  dxAction  event:

was:

<td data-bind="click: function() buttonPress('1') ">1</td>

became:

<td data-bind="dxAction: function() buttonPress('1') ">1</td>

This event is an extended variation of a "click" event: its handler supports URI navigation between Views and correctly works in the scrollable area.

+14 minutes The buttonPress event handler shown in the previous example now validates numbers from user input.

 var number = ko.observable(null); var isValidNumber = ko.computed(function() return number() && parseFloat(number()) > 0; ); ...... function buttonPress(button) if (button) if (number()) number(number() + button); else number(button); else if (number()) number(number().substr(0, number().length - 1)); var viewModel = number: number, isValidNumber: isValidNumber, viewShowing: viewShowing, buttonPress: buttonPress ; ..... 

+8 minutes Added a  FastClick.js , which removes a delay between tapping the screen and raising the ‘click’ event on phones. The mobile browser delays the raising of the click event by default to be sure the end-user will not perform a double tap. For the end-user, this looks as if the app is sluggish. You click buttons much faster than an app responds. FastClick.js handles the touchstart event and then creates all the click event process logic.

BTW, adding this library was a mistake; later I’ll tell why.

+4 minutes Added a limitation to the length of user input numbers. Corrected the font size for a better look-and-feel.

+58 minutes Added a choice of an expense category. Added a scrollable pane with available categories below the input field.  Video .

It took less time than it could be. In the PhoneJS component collection, I found dxTileView . It provides a kinetic scrolling with the required appearance out-of-the-box. It’s not easy to implement kinetic scrolling by yourself and thus it’s great that this scrolling is enabled for iOS only – Android doesn’t have it.

<div class="category" data-bind="dxTileView: dataSource: categories, itemMargin: 0, baseItemHeight: 72, baseItemWidth: 72, listHeight: 72 "> <div class="tile" data-options="dxTemplate: name:'item' " data-bind="css: selected: $parent.category() == $data , click: function() $parent.category($data) "> <div><img data-bind="attr: src: image "/></div> <div data-bind="text: name"></div> </div>
</div>

It was 7:40 pm, so, I decided to continue the next day.

Place: Tula, Russia, Date: January, 5, 2014

+3 hours 9 minutes Storing data on a local storage. PhoneJS contains classes for working with data: selection, filtering, sorting, and grouping. There are several approaches to store data: Odata and LocalStorage. I didn’t want to implement a server side for a free app, and decided to use LocalStorage. Later I found out that this was not an ideal decision. For example, when updating to iOS 5.1  user data is erased , other people complained that LocalStorage is cleared regularly or even when shutting the device down. I didn’t want to risk, so I used File API of PhoneGap. 

Documentation  says that this API is based on W3C File API. In fact, this means that this API differs in Safari for Mac OS, Chrome for Mac OS, Cordova for iOS and Cordova for Android. File API implementation is different for iOS and Android. E.g. Android implementation doesn’t contain the ‘Blob’ class and ‘window.PERMANENT’ constant. iI however implements the ‘LocalFileSystem’ and ‘LocalFileSystem.PERSISTENT’ classes. The laptop browser provides additional API for requesting an additional storage space, which mobile browsers don’t provide.

The available documentation for this API adds more problems. I found several articles searching by "html5 file api". And, I couldn’t find an article that would cover all my questions. Finally I created a new class for working with FileAPI. This class supports Cordova 3.3 on iOS, Android, and Chrome 32 for Mac OS and Windows 8. You can find it here:  https://github.com/chebum/fileStorage-for-Phone.JS/blob/master/fileStorage.js

You can use it as follows:

// In this example I create data/records file in the Documents folder of the app
FS.initFileAPI(1000000, true) .then(function () var records = new FS.FileArrayStore( key: "id", fileName: "records" ); return records.insert( customer: "Peter" ) ) .then(function () alert("Record saved!"); );
// Or use low-level API:
FS.initFileAPI(100000, true) .then(function() return FS.writeFile("file1", "file content") ) .then(function() alert("File Saved!"); );

+33 minutes Saving the added records to the storage. Category list is stored in  ArrayStore , to simplify the selection operations.
+26 minutes Creating layout for the app’s Views. PhoneJS provides several  Layouts  that are the placeholders for the views. My app’s start page didn’t fit into any of the available layout, so I have chosen the EmptyLayout. But, it doesn’t provide animation effects when navigating through views. I copied the EmptyLayout code and added an attribute that had animation effects.
+1 h. 51 min. Template’s About screen was redesigned to a report screen, empty by that moment. Created a viewModel that selects data for a current month. Added localization date formatting for the screen caption.
+59 minutes Added the display of expenses grouped by categories for a current month.
+28 minutes Added the selection of months for which the report should be generated. End-users can tap the screen header to select the required month.
+1 h. 20 min. Added Cordova-plugin Statusbar that didn’t work outof-the-box. I found that the reference to cordova.js was commented in the PhoneJS app template:

<!--<script type="text/javascript" src="cordova.js"></script>-->

As a result, the native part of my app didn’t work.

+39 minutes In the report screen, the upper part was changed to  dxToolbar .
+22 minutes I discoveredwhy the dxButton click event handler didn’t work. Removing the FastClick.js solved my problem, but caused a delay between tapping and event raising. I’ve changed the dxAction event subscription to ‘touchstart’.
+25 minutes Formatting output strings when generating a report.

At night I dreamed of crappy buttons in the application’s main screen. 

Places: Tula, Vnukovo Airport, Date: January, 7-8, 2014

I had an early flight to Budapest from Vnukovo, and because I had no time in the afternoon, I gradually completed at the airport at night. As you know, it’s not very comfortable to sleep or sit in a café chair for a long time, but it turned out that programming was OK.
+2 h. 5 min. In the morning, I decided to split the buttons in order to remove borders between them. I took the iOS dialer keyboard as a sample.


I created three keyboards. The button size changes depending on screen resolution: for 3.5”, 4” and 5” phones. Each table cell contained a div with configured alignment.

Because of the lack of an incomplete vertical text alignment in HTML, the final CSS style for buttons ended to be quite complex:

.home-view .buttons td div color: #4a5360; border: 1px solid #4a5360; text-align: center; position: absolute; left: 50%; font-size: 26px; padding: 13px 0 13px 0; width: 52px; line-height: 26px; border-radius: 26px; margin-left: -27px; margin-top: -27px;

+1 h. 50 minutes I bought several vector icon sets on Fotolia. I cut the required icons and converted them to PNG. It took me quite a long time, maybe, because it was 1.30 am 🙂

+1 hour 10 minutes Added a splash-screen for the app.

+36 minutes Created three sizes for the app icon. Localized the app name for iOS.

+20 minutes Hiding the splash screen after the app is completely loaded.

+2 hours Fixing multiple bugs.

+2 hours Creating screenshots for Play Store

+30 minutes Creating screenshots for App Store

+30 minutes Writing an App description for two app stores.

+1 h. 30 minutes Submitting my app to the App Store. Here I faced with an issue with the app certification.

My accountancy

Let’s summarize the time I spent and divide it into categories.

Development: 21 hours 37 minutes

Graphics and texts: 8 hours 26 minutes

Totally: 30 hours 3 minutes

As a result, I got a minimum-feature working app, though it is not as cool as the latest version of "Spender". I couldn’t create splitting expenses by days and income input. My app’s UI could be more elegant as well.

After analyzing the original ‘Spender’ developer work, I got the following. They say that they involved four developers for three-four days. It is about 96-128 man-hours. I spent only 30 man-hours and got an app for three mobile platforms. iOS and Android versions are already in stores. The version for Windows Phone 8 requires a UI redesign.

I can be proud of myself :).
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Florida players including Jonathan India, second right, exchange high-fives following an NCAA College World Series baseball elimination game against Texas Tech in Omaha, Neb., Thursday, June 21, 2018. Florida won 9-6. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

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Four teams remain in the hunt for a College World Series title.

Mississippi State will take on Oregon State on one side of the bracket, while Arkansas will face SEC foe Florida on the other side.

Ahead is a closer look at all of Friday’s action.

     

College World Series Schedule: Friday, June 22

Mississippi State vs. Oregon State, 3 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Arkansas vs. Florida, 8 p.m. ET (ESPN)

Live Stream: Watch ESPN

     

Mississippi State vs. Oregon State

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After playing their way through the elimination bracket following an opening game loss, the Oregon State team that more than a few people had picked to advance to the finals is still alive.

The Beavers now face a tall order trying to beat a red-hot Mississippi State team twice.

Luke Heimlich pitched 2.2 innings in his second consecutive shaky start on Wednesday, while Bryce Fehmel and Kevin Abel both tossed four innings on Monday, so it’s unclear exactly who will get the ball for Oregon State.

Meanwhile, the Bulldogs will likely go with Ethan Smalls (17 GS, 5-3, 2.89 ERA, 117 K, 96.2 IP), who allowed just four hits over seven scoreless innings against Washington his last time out.

That leaves ace Konnor Pilkington waiting in the wings if the Beavers manage to force a decisive game on Saturday.

     

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The Florida Gators survived elimination again on Thursday night with a 9-6 win over Texas Tech.

Freshman Jack Leftwich (6.1 IP, 7 H, 2 ER) stepped up big on the mound, slowing one of the most dangerous offenses in the nation while helping turn the rotation back over to the top.

The Gators now have Brady Singer and Jackson Kowar lined up to pitch these two decisive games against SEC rival Arkansas.

The two teams have faced each other four times already this season, with a three-game series in Gainesville back in March and a meeting in the SEC tournament. The Gators took two of three during the regular season series, but lost 8-2 in their postseason matchup.

Singer started the Friday game of that earlier series and the Razorbacks hit him hard, tagging him for seven hits and six earned runs in seven innings of work.

As for the Razorbacks, No. 3 starter Isaiah Campbell could get the start, as they’ve followed a consistent three-man rotation all postseason. Ace Blaine Knight would be available on four days rest, leaving Kacey Murphy as the potential starter for Saturday if they decide to go that route.

     

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January 2006

 

The Statement of Purpose required by grad schools is probably the hardest thing you will ever write. (Incidentally, the statement of purpose may also be called an Application Essay, Objectives for Graduate Study, Personal Background, Cover Letter, or some comparable title.)

I would guess virtually all grad-school applicants, when they write their first draft of the statement of purpose, will get it wrong. Much of what you have learned about writing and also about how to present yourself will lead you astray. For example, here’s an opening to a typical first draft:

I am applying to the Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing at the University of Okoboji because I believe my writing will blossom at your program since it is a place where I will be challenged and I can hone my writing skills.

How’s that? It’s clear, it’s direct, and it “strokes” the MFA program, right? Wrong. All of it is obvious and extraneous.

The admissions committee knows you are applying to their MFA program because everyone in the stacks of applications they are reading is applying for the same thing. The admissions committee will also know that your writing will “blossom” there since they feel they have a strong program. Of course you will be challenged — all undergrads going on to a grad program will be challenged, no matter how well-prepared they think they are. And of course the new grad student will “hone [her] writing skills” — isn’t that the main purpose of the MFA program?

Let’s assume the required length of this particular program’s statement of purpose is 300 words. Well, with this opening you will have used up 15% of your space saying virtually nothing. 15%!

In fact, not only is this opening paragraph obvious, extraneous, and space-stealing, it’s boring! Imagine who’s reading this and where: five professors “locked” in a room with 500 applications. Do you think this opening paragraph will command their attention? Will they read the rest of this statement of purpose with an open mind that this applicant is the kind of student they want? Will they remember this application later? You be the judge.

Remember what you learned in first-year composition? You need a “hook.”

A former student of mine applying to enter a master’s program in library science had a great hook. I don’t remember Susan’s exact words, but the opening paragraph of her statement of purpose went something like this:

When I was eleven, my great-aunt Gretchen passed away and left me something that changed my life: a library of about five thousand books. Some of my best days were spent arranging and reading her books. Since then, I have wanted to be a librarian.

Okay … it’s clear, it’s direct, it’s 45 words, and, most important, it tells the admissions committee about Susan’s almost life-long passion not just for books but for taking care of books. When the committee starts to discuss their “best picks,” don’t you think they’ll remember her as “the young woman who had her own library”? Of course they will, because having had their own library when they were eleven would probably be a cherished fantasy for each of them!

Suppose Susan had written this opening paragraph instead:

I am honored to apply for the Master of Library Science program at the University of Okoboji because as long as I can remember I have had a love affair with books. Since I was eleven I have known I wanted to be a librarian.

That’s 45 words too. Do you think the admissions committee will remember this application among the 500 applications they are wading through? Probably more than half of the applications, maybe a lot more than half, will open with something very similar. Many will say they “have had a love affair with books” — that phrase may sound passionate until you’ve read it a couple of hundred times.

All of us have had some event, some experience, like my student’s personal library at eleven, which drives us toward the discipline(s) we inhabit. I was speaking to a group of students recently about this. One student — let’s call her Jennifer — said she wanted to get a master’s degree in speech therapy. When I asked her why, Jennifer said she had taken a class in it for fun and really loved it. But then I pressed her: was there some personal reason she found that field significant enough to spend her whole life doing it? At first Jennifer said no, but after more questioning she revealed that her brother had speech problems. This was a discovery to her; she had not entered the field with that connection in mind — at least not consciously. But there it was; Jennifer now had her hook.

You have to really dig. Be introspective. Don’t settle for “I love this field.” Why do you love this field? Why do you want to work in this field for the rest of your life? Why does it complete you? Cut through the bull you tell your parents and relatives and friends. What is your truth? Find it and then find a memorable way to say it. Grad schools require the statement of purpose not only because they want to find about you as an applicant, they want you to really think about why you are taking such a life-changing step — truly and profoundly why.

Okay, back to the scene of the five professors surrounded by stacks of applications, maybe more than 500. Do you know who they are? What they want? What they like to eat? Obviously, no. Conversely, do they know you? Well, no. But … the statement of purpose is your chance to help them get to know you! Your statement of purpose should portray you as a person, not just an application among hundreds of others. Not just paper and ink.

Here’s one way to do it. When I was an undergrad senior first applying for grad schools, I knew a grad student — I’ll call him Nigel — who told me he had written a three-sentence statement of purpose to get into Stanford:

I want to teach English at the university level. To do this, I need a PhD. That is why I am applying.

That was the whole thing. That’s only half of 45 words. It certainly portrays Nigel as brash, risk-taking, no-nonsense, even arrogant. If this is how you want to portray yourself, then by all means do this. But you should also know that Nigel’s statement of purpose is an all-or-nothing proposition. You can bet there will be members of probably any admissions committee who will find Nigel’s statement of purpose offensive, even disrespectful. And they might not want such a student at their school. But then I suppose Nigel wouldn’t want to be a student at that school, either.

Try to make your paper-and-ink self come alive. Don’t just say, “I used to work on an assembly line in a television factory, and one day I decided that I had to get out of there, so I went to college to save my own life.” How about this: “One Thursday, I had soldered the 112th green wire on the same place on the 112th TV remote, and I realized the solder fumes were rotting my brain. I decided college would be my salvation.” Both 35 words. Which narrative do you think will keep the admissions committee reading?

Tell stories (briefly). Use vivid language. Be specific. Be dynamic. Liven up a moment in the lives of those five professors trapped with those 500 applications. Maybe 600. Maybe more.

At the same time, be careful not to be glib. Don’t be slick. Don’t write your application in a sequence of haiku. Don’t put in photos. Just be yourself, but a more heightened version of yourself in words (since face-to-face nuance and gestures won’t be there to help).

Remember your statement of purpose should portray you as (1) passionately interested in the field; (2) intelligent; (3) well-prepared academically and personally; (4) able to take on the challenges of grad school; (5) able to have rapport with professors and fellow grad students — in other words, collegial; (6) able to finish the graduate degree in a timely fashion; and (7) a potentially outstanding representative of that grad school in your future career.

That’s a lot to cover in a few hundred words (the length of a statement purpose, as required by different schools, tends to be around 300 to 1000 words). “Passionate interest in the field” will be covered by the kind of hook I have described above. “Intelligence” will be conveyed by the overall writing, organization, expression, etc. of your statement. Being “well-prepared” can be demonstrated by using the lingo of the field (theory, craft, etc.), describing the specific kinds of coursework and other accomplishments you have in the field. Ability “to take on the challenges of grad school” can be shown by describing the rigor of the work you have done. “Collegiality” is not particularly important but is nevertheless a factor — if you can show yourself as a generally nice and cooperative person, that will do — just be true to your own style. Ability “to finish the graduate program” can be conveyed implicitly by your success thus far and more explicitly if you can tell some (brief) story about adverse obstacles you have overcome. Being a “future outstanding representative” can be implied by your being an outstanding representative of your undergraduate school — for example, don’t “bad-mouth” your current college or professors.

Often, grad schools will ask you to address other or similar qualities as I’ve listed above. Just use common sense in focusing on each. Don’t address them in the same order as the grad school has listed. Combine them; rearrange them; do whatever you need to do to show yourself as an imaginative person, not a parrot following a line of Brazil nuts to crack.

If you have some problematic academic background, address that as well to reassure the admissions committee. For example, let’s say that you got all C’s one semester. Take a (brief) paragraph to explain that you had some emotional setback that semester but then demonstrate how your grades have been sterling since then, and that you now have a 3.83 grade-point average in the discipline. If you spin this well, your story will enhance the admissions committee’s image of you as someone with the abilities to “take on challenges” and “to finish on time.”

Here’s an organization I would recommend: (1) passionate hook; (2) segué to your background in the field; (3) specific classes by title and professors you have had (especially if well-known in the field); (4) related extracurricular activities (especially if they hint at some personal quality you want to convey); (5) any publications or other professional accomplishments in the field (perhaps conference presentations or public readings); (6) explanations about problems in your background (if needed); and (7) why you have chosen this grad school (name one or two professors and what you know of their specific areas or some feature of the program which specifically attracts you).

I should probably expand on item 7. This is a practical issue as well. If you are applying to ten grad schools, it’s a mismanagement of time to write ten separate, tailored statements of purpose. Items 1 through 6 above can be exactly the same for all the statements. Then when you get to item 7, put in a different paragraph for each school. Remember this means the ten statements will all be as long, in terms of word count, as the shortest required length among the ten schools. If the shortest length is 300 words, probably that length will be okay for the 500-word school (in fact the admissions committee at the 500-word place may see you as savvy for not going on and on). But those 300 words will clearly not work for the 1200-word school, so you’ll need to expand that one. Don’t pad. Find other engaging material in your background.

About mentioning professors at each grad school: doing this will portray you as someone “who has done her homework,” as someone who is genuinely interested in the field, enough to have done some prefatory work in that area. Don’t just mention their names (anyone who can browse a web site can do that). Say something of substance about each professor by name, something that reveals you know and appreciate that person’s work. Don’t necessarily pick the most famous professor at the grad school; chances are many other applicants will do the same, and the admissions committee members will soon be unconsciously filtering those mentions out. (Besides, the most famous professor doesn’t always work with all graduate students or may be out of town half the year, and you may come off as naive if you say you’re looking forward to working with her.) Find a lesser-known professor whose work truly intrigues you (and truly is the operational word here). Then say something about what you know of that professor’s work — remember that person may be on the admissions committee. Don’t suck up — don’t be a sycophant. Be fair and honest.

Be sure to show your statement of purpose to several professors. Remember they will have different ideas about what constitutes an appropriate and effective statement of purpose. If one of your professors has a connection with a specific grad school, she may have some inside knowledge about what kind of statement of purpose will work best at that school. Make your final editing decisions based on what will convey you most accurately as you see it. Again, be specific, be dynamic, come alive on paper. Continue to get advice from your professors on later drafts.

Proofread your statement of purpose. Copyedit for consistency, accuracy, and style. Ask your friends to copyedit and proofread your statement; perhaps you can do the same for them if they are also applying for grad school.

Remember that style in writing can be parallel to style in dress: the second affects your image in person while the first affects your image when you may not be present. Leaving in typos and misplaced commas is like dressing in your grubbies for a coat-and-tie / cocktail dress event. Being too wordy is comparable to dressing in an evening gown or a tuxedo for a casual get-together. Being too glib, too mannered, may be like wearing a furry rabbit costume to a party which turns out not to be a Halloween bash. Be careful. Be a perfectionist.

Keep working on your statement of purpose even after you have sent it to the school(s) with the earlier deadline(s). You might have a later epiphany about your personal and academic background, your motives for applying for grad school, your long-term plans, and this epiphany may be just the thing that gets you into the school(s) with the later deadline(s).

To close, the statement of purpose, in the eyes of Department Heads, Program Chairs, and Admissions Committee members, can be the most important document in the application. Other parts of your graduate-school application — test scores, transcripts, letters of recommendation, writing samples — do not say as much about you as a person as the statement of purpose can: your proudest accomplishments alongside your fondest hopes and dreams.

 


 

Checklist for Writing a Statement of Purpose
Vince Gotera | University of Northern Iowa

 

[  ]  Organization …
 
       [  ]  A “hook” that demonstrates your passion for the field
 
       [  ]  Segué to your background in the field
 
       [  ]  Description of your academic background in the field
 
              [  ]  Specific classes you have taken, given by name
 
              [  ]  Specific professors you have had, especially if well-known in that field
 
       [  ]  Extracurricular activities in the field
 
       [  ]  Publications or other professional accomplishments in the field (perhaps conference presentations or public readings)
 
       [  ] Explanations about problems in background (if needed)
 
       [  ]  Explanation of why you have chosen the specific grad school
 
               [  ]  Mention one or two professors in that school and what you know of and appreciate about their work
 
              [  ]  Specific features of the grad program which attract you
 
[  ]  Get advice from several of your professors — philosophical advice as well as specific writing advice
 
[  ]  Proofread and copyedit; ask friends to proofread and copyedit as well
 
[  ]  Keep working on the statement of purpose, even after you have already sent it to school(s) with earlier deadline(s)
 

 

 

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– Completing 4 years of undergraduate studies in mechanical engineering and 30 months of work experience in semiconductor equipment manufacturing sector have given me a lot to learn. I have experienced that role of a mechanical engineer demands much more in depth knowledge of the field. Having worked with great minds in mechanical engineering, I have felt great urge towards pursuing my graduate study so that I can discuss the ideas with same level of knowledge. In every student’s life, graduate study is the crucial point and I want to make sure that I learn as much as possible by pursuing my graduate study….   [tags: mechanical engineering, education]


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Statement of Purpose

– Statement of Purpose As a child, litterbugs and their negative influence on the appearance of my surroundings always annoyed me. The teaching method in my playschool motivated my interest on nature through a combination of self-directed activities and my own natural inner guidance. As my knowledge advanced over the years, I acquired a high level of critical thinking skills and creativity and often surprised my teachers by suggesting creative solutions to problems. Around age fourteen, I got more serious in civil and environmental engineering since society’s ignorance toward environment in my country was always one of my concerns….   [tags: environment, engineering, education]


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Statement of Purpose

– Statement of purpose When I was ten my uncle from USA gifted me and my sister an expensive remote controlled Puppy. Like all the gifts that were given to both of us, it didn’t last for long. We both wanted it for ourselves. But it was a different scenario then, I had felt guilt and the strong urge to do something about the damaged toy at the same time. I opened the RC puppy with the necessary tools and there I was baffled by what I saw, a small green board with holes and small things that I then couldn’t comprehend….   [tags: electronics, education, engineering]


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Problem Statement and Relevance of the Study

– Problem Statement and Relevance of the Study In 1918, Max Weber coined one of the basic assumptions regarding the definition of a nation-state: “…a human community that successfully claims the monopoly of the legitimate use of physical force within a given territory”. More than a half century later, with the end of the bipolar order, the world witnessed the beginning of a new era concerning the role of the state and its “ownership” of force. In the 1990s, inter-state conflicts (i.e. two national armies using force against each other) were replaced by numerous internal and regional struggles that involved the use of force by a plethora armed groups….   [tags: International Relations]


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Statement of Purpose for Electrical Engineering

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE PROLOGUE “Knowledge, experience and the quality education are the best accomplishment in the race of life” is the statement in which I strongly believe and I forever yearn to have that. What is innovative today is obsolete tomorrow. We need to constantly streamline and upgrade our tools and resources. I believe that only an in depth study and an extensive research in my field of interest will help me to achieve my goal. I live in a world of changing times where technology is constantly engineering better lives….   [tags: academics, goals, experience]


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Personal Statement: A Career in Business

– Probably, most people start their personal statement with “ever since I was little…”, but that’s not the case for me. My story is a little different; I always wanted to be an architect or an engineer, studying anything business-related simply never even crossed my mind, until recently, when a great-uncle of mine recommended I read The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham. After reading it, I was fascinated. I dove deeper into business and finance, and found it amazing. The relationship between nature, mathematics and business astonishes me….   [tags: small business, finance]


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Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum Statement

– TL-III Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum Statement In order to facilitate technology-enhanced experiences that maximize student learning, I look to current research in educational technology in order to design methods and strategies for teaching content standards and student technology standards simultaneously. The 2007 International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) National Education Technology Standards for Students and Performance Indicators for Students (NETS*S) provide my current student-centered road map….   [tags: Education, educational technology, technology]


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Statement of Purpose: Civil Engineering

– Statement of purpose “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” I would like to start by going back to the initial days of Engineering where I was not sure about doing Engineering but as the days passed I started realizing the step that I took could not have been better .I was fascinated by the laboratories and field work of Civil Engineering and my interest for the subject started growing .Moreover, I had always had to believe that education which cannot help in the growth of the society is of no value which ensured my step of doing my under graduation in Civil Engineering ….   [tags: Civil Engineering, Construction]


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Statement of Purpose for University

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE “Hope is a good thing, may be the best of things, and no good thing ever dies.” –The Shawshank Redemption One might wonder what made me to quote this. Well, this quote ameliorates my attitude towards life. I believe, this platitude which motivates me to strive for excellence and an ambition to be a part of a fast growing technological world have been the principal guiding forces throughout my career….   [tags: computer science, robotics, education]


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Electronics Engineering Statement of Purpose

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE It is after a good deal of self evaluation that I have decided to pursue my self graduate studies in Electrical & Electronics Engineering leading to a doctorate. This is a decision followed naturally after carefully considering my ultimate background, the area of my interest, and my ultimate professional ambition, which is to pursue a research career, either as a teaching faculty member or a R & D department of industry. i have come to terms with the fact that there is an enormous proportion of subject to be assimilated, therefore I want to take up a research oriented course in my career….   [tags: science, research, gitam university]


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Angola Millennium Goals Report 2010

– CONTENT 1. Abstract……………………………………………………………………………………3 2. Introduction……………………………………………………………………………….4 3. 2.a. United Nations – Millennium Development Goals Project…………………………………4 4. 2.b. Angola …………………………………….……………………….………………4 5. The first goal ……………………………………………………………………………..5 6. 3.a What is the goal . …………………………………………………….…………….5 7. 3.b. Angola`s targets ……………………………………………………….………….5 8. 3.c.Angola`s challenges ……………………………………………………….……….5 9. 3.d….   [tags: Goal Analysis]


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Goal setting

– Why Should I set my goals. Saying I’m going to have $5 million by retirement is not goal setting. Although it might sound like I have a goal, not developing a realistic path toward fulfilling it will, unfortunately, turn my supposed goal into what it really is–a pipe dream. And pipe dreams are rarely realized. Goals, however, when properly set can usually be met. Goal setting is the term commonly given for the process of setting and working towards specific, defined goals. Pretty simple really….   [tags: essays research papers]


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Personal Statement

– I have been working as a parent liaison for the past 12 years a parent liaison is someone who works in the school system assisting parents with education in the parental field trying to help with computer skills phone skills and simple thing professional phone skills. I do daily attendance as I work with the school truancy department to make sure that the parents understand the important of education. I also coach college cheerleaders and teach dance. Just to live comfortable and it is very hard….   [tags: Personal Experience]


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Position Statement

– Position statement On behalf of the Chairman of the Green Leaf Foundation, Thailand which has closely collaborated with 6 major organizations as follows: 1. Tourism Authority of Thailand 2. Thai Hotels Association 3. United Nations Environment Program 4. Demand Side Management Office of Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand 5. Association for the Development of Environmental Quality, and 6. Metropolitan Water works Authority Due to the past experience of environmental crisis, the government tries to be active and alert in the hotel and tourism industries, and tourists, have more awareness and concern about prevention of environmental problems (Bohdanowicz, 2006)….   [tags: Tourism ]


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Nokia’s Vision Statement

– Nokia Corporation (Nokia) is a big player in mobile industry. The Company makes a range of mobile devices with services and software that enable people to experience music, navigation, video, television, imaging, games, business mobility and more. Nokia also provides equipment, solutions and services for communications networks through Nokia Siemens Networks. Wireless wizard Nokia continues to cast a spell on the mobile phone market. The company is the world’s number one maker of cell phones, ahead of such rivals as Motorola and Samsung….   [tags: Business Management ]


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Personal Statement: A Career in Finance and Economics

– PERSONAL STATEMENT I always remember the moment that I was excited. The moment was that I awarded the 1st place and got the gold medal in the mathematics competition when I was a little girl in the 3rd grade. Since that time, I hadbegun to be attracted to the mathematics. I could not imagine my future without mathematics. It directed me to become a financial officer. My interest in financial management developed as a student at the Institute of Finance and Economics, where accounting was my major….   [tags: mongolia, consultancy, stock market]


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Statement of Purpose for an M.S. in Electrical Engineering

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE I am beholden for providing me this fortuity and it is with ample contentment and genuine gratification I indite this statement of purpose. I strongly believe in the adage “There is no substitute for hardwork” which has been and will be my precept in all the aspects of life including academic and professional career. Accomplishing M.S will be an ideal step for my aspiration to augment knowledge in electrical engineering and affiliated fields. I contemplate to pursue my M.S degree at your university which I believe will be a robust substratum for a successful and confronting career as a research professional at a preeminent university lavish with magnificent research…   [tags: education, internship, goals]


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Statement of Purpose for a Masters of Computer Science

– … In my second year at BITS Pilani, I participated in Eloquence, a National Technical Festival organized by the Sree Vidyanikethan Engineering College, Tirupathi , where I gave a talk on “Security Policy Management for Mobile Codes”. I presented a design of a new role based dynamic security policy for mobile codes that can executed on the remote hosts as well as within a browser, inside a trusted network. The study of complicacies of security hazards posed by mobile codes, like hostile java applets and the way Java Runtime environment handles this was really fascinating….   [tags: career, education, experience]


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Statement of Purpose for MS Program at MIT

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE “Education is a tool that puts one a fast to acquire knowledge and personality that sets one apart from the crowd. It is one bottom less hole; no matter how much one pours himself into it, he thirsts for more.” I have been dedicated towards my studies right from childhood. I completed my school and my pre-university education, Physics and Mathematics being my majors with flying colors in the Intermediate Examination (10+2 pattern) XII, 2003 from a reputed college. I got the opportunity to pursue my goal by getting into an esteemed institute Sri Vasavi Engineering College, which is affiliated to JNTU, Andhra Pradesh….   [tags: data analysis, cleveland state, computers ]


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Statement of Purpose for a Masters in Information Technology

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE “Time and tide wait for no man” Being well acknowledged about the above saying has pushed me a mile further for every aspect of my life. The four year engineering course in Information Technology has always been a beautiful experience and has inspired me to put the knowledge into my Masters degree. This would allow me to enhance my knowledge about technology and its pros and cons and the guidance I would need. Gone are those days when man had to slog for simple works, he has advanced into boundaries which are unimaginable and has made his life easy, being an essential part of such an advancement has always been my motive….   [tags: education, experience, knowledge]


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Statement of Purpose for an MS in Computer Science

– … This performance helped me in getting admission into CVR College of Engineering, for my undergraduate program which is one among the top 10 colleges under Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University. It was pure joy to learn how the Boolean logic makes computers work. In my undergraduate study I had taken up courses on Software Engineering, Computer Networks, Data Structures, JAVA, Operating Systems, Computer Graphics, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Database Management, Web Technology and Mobile Application Development….   [tags: technology, academics, experience]


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Recycling Center Environmental Impact Statement

– Recycling Center Environmental Impact Statement Introduction This paper will present an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) of a proposed construction project of a new recycling center in a rural area. The proposed project is to be built in a nonattainment area. The EIS will address land-use and development, social and neighborhood effects, economic factors, air quality, noise, and water resources as it relates to the proposed project. Included in the process will be three alternatives as well as a no build alternative….   [tags: Environmental Issues]


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The Process of Strategic Management

– 1. Corporate Mission Statement A corporate mission statement is designed to share with managers, employees or customers, showing the purpose, direction, and opportunity of a project. Usually, it happens when corporations allow their subsidies or business units to design their own sales and profit goals and market strategies; or when the enterprises properly change its original business planning, in order to capture the opportunities in new market. At first of all, a company has to know the mission and themselves clearly….   [tags: corporate mission statement, SWOT analysis]


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10,000 Hour Tenacity in Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

– The Beatles, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, professional hockey players, and solo violinists all have one thing in common. Malcolm Gladwell, author of “Outliers”, is able to effectively link these different parties together though his “10,000 Hour Rule”. Gladwell states that, “practice isn’t the thing you do once you’re good. It’s the thing that makes you good” (42). Using rhetorical devices, Gladwell effectively conveys how overall success can be spotted by historical, recurring patterns or events. Malcolm Gladwell has supported himself as a reputable author as well….   [tags: pattern of success, practice, goal]


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Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy As I go through lists of careers, I search for the one I will make my profession. As a freshman in college, I enrolled in Marshall University with the goal of being a neonatal registered nurse. I felt like working in the labor and delivery section of a hospital would be an amazing experience. At some point, I realized that I wanted to have a family and children someday. I want to have a life with them, but that would be difficult because as a neonatal nurse, I would be required to work through holidays, weekends, and nights….   [tags: My Philosophy of Education]


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Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy Henry Ford, Ben Franklin, Thomas Edison, and Abraham Lincoln. What do these four men have in common. First they are considered geniuses. Second they were all considered poor learners in school. This is why I want to teach. I want to help the kids who have obvious potential, but may be struggling in the classroom. By ignoring kids who are falling behind, we may be losing the next revolutionary thinker of our time. To achieve this goal, I will have to undergo a series of training steps….   [tags: My Philosophy of Education]


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Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy To begin my statement of educational goals and philosophy, I would like to address the issue of the nature of students. I think it is important to state that my choice in becoming an educator was mainly influenced by my love of children of all ages. I was also priviledged to have the influence of my Grandmother Yost for seven years of my life. She was a school teacher in a one room school house in McDowell County. In the short time I was able to be with her, she left impressions on my little girl mind that I will never forget….   [tags: My Philosophy of Education]


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Statement of Educational Goals And Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Goals And Philosophy The nature of students is that of an instinctive ability to learn. Students of ages and all grade levels reflect their surroundings and respond according to their interpretation. Naturally it is not only the influence of a classroom that shapes a student but many outside factors that determine students’ goals and abilities; for example, healthy encouragement from parents. Students may find a natural ability to perform in one area of education and with help may fine tune their ability to better their understanding of other areas….   [tags: My Philosophy of Education]


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Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy As children we have many goals and dreams. Eventually, the time comes when we have to make a career decision based on our interests and goals. The choices that we make now will have a lasting effect on our lives. Like most college students I have explored many career options, but I am always lead back to the education field. Teachers have a very difficult job because they have the power to shape and inspire our future nation. Although that can be an intimidating and often scary thought, it also gives me inspiration to move ahead in pursuing my goal of becoming a teacher….   [tags: Philosophy of Education Teaching Essays]


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Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy I can still remember coming home from school after an exciting day in the first grade. I would go straight to my room, line all of my dolls up in the floor, and “teach” them everything I had learned earlier that day. But of course, not every child who pretends to be a teacher in his or her early years actually becomes a teacher. So although I enjoyed “teaching,” I never really considered it as a choice for my life-long career. But the summer after ninth grade made me rethink my options….   [tags: My Philosophy of Education]


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Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy I have experienced many different aspects of education in my endeavor to raise five children. I found myself involved with Headstart, Vacation Bible School, Reading Hour, and volunteering in my children’s classrooms. The entire process of education fascinates me, and I know that I want to teach and make a true difference in the life of a child. I am ready and willing to make education my priority. My main goal is to teach with enthusiasm and passion….   [tags: My Philosophy of Education]


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Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Goals and Philosophy When I was in High school I decided that I wanted to be a secondary teacher. At first I didn’t want to be a teacher, but a few of my teachers changed my mind. In secondary school, I was thought of as an outcast by both my peers and my teachers. I had moved from Washington D.C. to the small country town of Galax, in Virginia, and the way I talked and dressed gained allot of negative attention. People thought that I was not capable of anything but starting trouble, when in fact I was very quite and shy….   [tags: My Philosophy of Education]


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Background and Statement of Need

– Background and Statement of Need The High Achievers team works sixty-hour weeks for 52 weeks of the year for a major marketing firm. The previous year was extremely stressful and hectic for the team members who have worked diligently to reach our respective department goals. The High Achievers team exceeded our goals and subsequently helped increase our company corporate goal by 150%. As a reward for going above and beyond the corporation goals/expectations, the company rewarded The High Achievers with a bonus; an all expense paid trip to Cancun….   [tags: Papers]


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The Role of Drug Testing Within Welfare Reform

– The Statement of Need explains the background of the welfare reforms that began in 1996. These reforms were implemented in order to shift the focus of the welfare system towards preparing welfare recipients for employment. This section also gives an example of the nature of the legislation that states are passing in recent years that include provisions that regulate drug screening as a condition for welfare assistance. The opinion of one expert on the accountability of government with regards to welfare is also highlighted adding credibility to the overall argument….   [tags: The Statement of Need]


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Becoming a Researcher in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular & Cellular Biology in the Georgetown University School of Medicine

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE “They can conquer those who believe they can” – these lines by Ralph Waldo Emerson have kept my dream alive of charting a career of research and innovation for myself. Advances are being made in the field of Biotechnology and it has emerged as a captivating and versatile field of science. Application of newer technologies has created new challenges and opportunities in this industry, but it is largely untapped resource and has large potential for continuous research. These newer challenges excite me and I am keen to try my hand at unraveling them with my skills through MS in Biotechnology and pursue a life of scholarly pursuits along with imparting the knowledge gained…   [tags: statement of purpose]


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Personal Statement of Teaching Philosophy

– Personal Statement of Teaching Philosophy I. Teaching Philosophy and Goals I have one goal for my teaching: helping students to think and learn for themselves. This goal is as simple as it is illusive. The more experience I have as a teacher, the more I understand that there is no one-way of achieving my aim. Clearly, the proper focus of education is learning, not teaching; but I know that it is within a teacher’s power-and thus it is the teacher’s responsibility-to create the conditions necessary to allow students to learn….   [tags: Graduate College Admissions Essays]


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Personal Statement for Master’s Degree in Social Work

– As a student who began her college career without specific objectives, I never thought I would be writing a personal statement for an application to receive a Master’s Degree in the social work profession. However, I feel now that there is no other future for me than that of offering my education and personal commitment to vulnerable individuals in order to stabilize their lives. After careful consideration of all areas of social work, I have found that my main area of interest is in providing resources and encouragement for individuals with disabilities to gain the freedom to live independent lifestyles without discrimination….   [tags: Personal Ambition]


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Statement of Purpose for a Masters in Electrical and Electronic Engineering

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE “I will respect every one. I will learn from every one. I will observe every one. I believe I can go beyond and will surpass every one. I will consciously shun the attitude of being the second best. I am not here to be a second human being. Nothing will be mine unless I am convinced that it belongs to me. I deserve abundance. I am not going to go in search of abundance but I will make abundance flow into my life”- This is the exhortation give by Mahaatria Raa in his invaluable word “Most and More”….   [tags: career, education, usa]


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Purpose Statement for Gradulate Studies in Electrical Engineering

– STATEMENT OF PURPOSE Qualification: B-Tech (Electronics and Communication Engineering) I always believed in the fact that we never finish with education as long as we breathe, or to put it in tangible terms, life is one endless school session, a continuous process. I opine that education and training are not only in the long term interest of oneself, but also the overall development of the society. Thus, the dictum of expanding ones know – how through continuous learning and discovery has always enthralled me and is the sole motivating factor which persuades me to thrive for higher education….   [tags: education, learning, factor]


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My Goal As a Counselor

– It is quite remarkable to see the skills I have learnt put into action with individuals I encounter in my every day dealings. By implementing the basic counselling skills learnt, it has aided me in being a better person and also laid the foundations for my future career. Many skills were used in a variety of situations in the past quarter of a year, however, only a brief description of a few will be discussed below. It is simpler to learn a core skill from a textbook however it is more complex to apply that skill in practise; every individual is different and so are each of their issues….   [tags: Personal Ambition]


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Fundamentals Of Financial Statement

– Fundamentals of Financial Statements Starting a business requires much time, commitment and patience. The ultimate goal of most businesses is to be professionally and financially successful. In order to show the progress of the business operations, meticulous financial statements must be kept. This statement communicates economic information about the business to individuals involved in making decisions and judgment. According to the University of Phoenix 2006, “An entity’s financial statements are the end product of a process that starts with transactions between the entity and other organizations and individuals.” Connie Rochce started a cookie business in November 1986….   [tags: Business Accounting]


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My Teaching Philosophy Statement

– My Philosophy Statement Methods of how to educate individuals have been studied by many different philosophers in many different ways. I formed my view of method, curriculum, nature of students, nature of knowledge, and the purpose of public education, as well as my person career goals from those philosophers. I took different aspects of the philosophies of Plato, Rousseau, Sophistry/Foucault, and Pragmatism/Progressivism to create my own philosophy of education. My first view of method is an idea formed by Pragmatism/Progressivism….   [tags: Education Educational Educating Essays]


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Statment of Intents for MS Program in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering

– … This is where I grew to finally understand that mere fascination is not enough. Rather than fascinate me, I must say that my time as a trainee there had humbled me. Computational methods, for the lack of perfect analytical solutions, were the key to designing any engineering product, for which safety and cost effectiveness are critically important. I had become involved, along with other students hailing from different parts of the country, in a mini project that aimed at designing a supersonic nozzle using the method of characteristics….   [tags: goal, education, extra-curriculars ]


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Statement of Educational Philosophy

– Statement of Educational Philosophy During my public school years, I played practically every role possible in the classroom. At one time or another, I was the most popular student, the kid everybody picked on, the genius, the dummy, the teacher’s pet, and the student that the teachers wished would stay home. After playing all these different roles, I’ve come to the conclusion that each one is needed for a well-rounded classroom. Each has something special and significant to offer to the classroom….   [tags: Education Teaching Teachers Education]


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Philosophy of Teaching Statement

– Philosophy of Teaching Statement I believe that the key to a good education begins with the teacher. The first impression that a teacher leaves on a student will be carried with them throughout their entire education, therefore as a teacher we should be careful with giving negative feedback. Small children take everything to heart and believe every thing they hear. It is important that we praise them often. Let every child know that they have the potential to do and be anything they want to do….   [tags: Education Teaching Teachers Essays]


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My Personal Praxis Statement

– My Personal Praxis Statement As a college student, I often find myself inundated with work. To make it worse, these assignments usually are uninteresting and irrelevant. It is in the midst of these tedious exercises that I begin to wonder whether all of this work is worth it. When this issue creeps into my mind, I think back to my reasons for choosing to pursue this profession. When I started college, I knew that I could not function in a typical nine to five job. The banality and predictability of such a career simply did not appeal to me….   [tags: Essays Papers]


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my statement

– When I first sat down to write this statement letter I had hundreds of ideas. I am not writing this letter to be a sob story of my life and the wrong choices I have made, but a statement of growth and encouragement for my future. I am a 33yr old male of mixed race (Mexican and African American). In my family education was important, my grandmother only has a 12th grade education and she had it a lot harder than me coming from Chihuahua, Mexico to the United States, so they tried to stress the importance of an education….   [tags: essays research papers]


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Personal Statement

– Personal Statement Hmmm………What shall I tell you about me. You, the person who will decide my fate, my fate as to whether I would go to CU-Boulder, go live in Colorado, go snowboarding in the mountains, meet lots of interesting people, and have the most wonderful experience…I better make myself sound worthy. First off, I want you to know that I’m an unparalleled individual, whose outlook on life is of total optimism. Through out my 18 years, I’ve become freinds with people from all walks of life….   [tags: College Admissions Essays]


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Philosophy Statement

– Philosophy Statement The concept of progressivism was introduced as early as 1875, but it was not until the 1920’s that this movement became more widely known. Credit for the success of progressivism is given to John Dewey, founder of the Laboratory School at the University of Chicago. Dewey began this educational movement of encouraging schools to abandon the essentialist curriculum of the traditional disciplines, and, instead navigate toward a curriculum centered on the experiences, interests, and abilities of the student….   [tags: Progressivism Teaching Education Essays]


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Philosophy Statement

– Philosophy Statement Teaching is a job that will always be in high demand. I feel teaching is very important because the future depends on it. In this paper, I plan to tell my personal reasons for becoming a teacher, future goals, and my philosophical views on education. My main reasons for wanting to become a teacher are time with family and vacation time, working with students, teaching kids the importance of exercise, and intellectual matters. As a teacher, I will have a lot of time to spend with my family….   [tags: Education Teaching Teachers Essays]


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Personal Statement

– Personal Statement Two weeks had already passed and I began to realize the strike would most likely continue on into the next week as well. I was anxious for the only strike in the ninety-year history of UPS to be over. The first week was almost a novelty, a rather large social event with my fellow workers. As the days passed and the second week came to a close, the novelty had worn off. My fellow Teamster members and I had stood on the picket line for two weeks now, eagerly awaiting word of a contract agreement between the union and the company….   [tags: College Admissions Essays]


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Rabindranath Tagore
Rabindranath Tagore | Source

The history of Indian literature can be traced to the sixth century B.C., when the great epics were composed in verse. The most significant feature of Indian literature is its diversity, which is due to the country’s variety of languages and sub-cultures. Poetry is one of the greatest genres. Indian poets have been writing in English since the early 19th century and their work is widely read all over the world. Here are the ten most famous Indian English poets.

Rabindra Nath Tagore

The Indian Nobel Laureate.
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Rabindra Nath Tagore (1861- 1941) was one of the greatest writers in the history of Indian literature. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913. Though he wrote in almost all literature genres, it is as a poet he was internationally recognized. The Irish poet W.B. Yeats introduced Tagore to western readers. Tagore was the first Indian poet to gain a permanent place in the canon of world literature. His poems express intense romantic and mystic sensibilities and can be compared to those of William Wordsworth and William Blake for their mystic and romantic spirit. Gitanjali is considered as his masterpiece and his most famous collection is The Gardener, Fruit Gathering, Fugitive, and other poems.

Sarojini Naidu

Sarojini Naidu, the Nightingale of India.
Sarojini Naidu, the Nightingale of India. | Source

Sarojini Naidu (1829 – 1949) was one of India’s most famous female poets. Her work is noted for is expression of various shades of romantic sensibilities and fervor. Her poems combine elements of Indian culture and civilization and serve as mirrors to the time in which she lived. The major themes of Sarojini Naidu’s poems are search for pure love, seeking comfort in natural beauty, and everyday experiences of life. Sarojini Naidu was known as “the Nightingale of India.”

Nissim Ezekiel

Nissim Ezekiel is one of the India’s most famous English poets. His poems integrate the complexities and anxieties of urban life and depict ordinary human situations and relationships.The role of religion, the clash of opposites in various forms, and search for identity are his major concerns as a poet.

Jayanta Mahapatra

Jayanta Mahapatra is an outstanding Indian poet of post-independence India. His poems explore intricate human relationships. A major source for his poetry’s vivid imagery is the landscape of Orissa and surroundings. Mahapatra’s acute and ironic observations of life make his poetry appeal to all types of readers.

Sri Aurobindo Ghosh

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Aurobindo Gosh is one of the few Indian poets who could blend both western and eastern poetic sensibilities. He was master of all poetry genres. His poems, which touch on metaphysical themes, express his ardent philosophy of life and mystic thoughts. They are not only pleasing and moving, but inspiring and elevating. Aurobindo showed excellent narrative and lyrical poetic skills. His most famous works are “The Life Divine,” “Savitri,” Six Poems, and Collected Poems and Plays.

A.K. Ramanujan Reading His Work

A.K. Ramaujan is a well known bilingual poet who writes both in English and Kannada. His poetry expresses “an Indian sensibility sharpened and conditioned by western education.” He is considered a “perfect poet,” as he uses language, images, and varied themes effortlessly. Irony is his forte. His most acclaimed works are “The Striders,” “Relations,” and ”Poems.”

Keki N. Daruwalla

Keki.N Daruwalla is a front-ranking modern Indian English poet who depicts his life and time in realistic poems. He is a expert in the use of perfect poetic language, using almost all poetic tools better than any other Indian poet. Daruwalla’s poems are full of images drawn from urban landscapes and environment.

Kamala Das

Kamala Das.
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Kamala Das is the most famous female English-language poet in India. Her poems appear in the syllabi of literary studies courses at many international universities. Her work is the ardent expression of a very sensitive soul always on the search for pure and intense love without restrictions. Many critics have observed that her writing can be termed “confessional” and “feminist to the core,” but others say her work is above any classification.

Gieve Patel

Gieve Patel depicts contemporary reality with pungent humor and a crude sense of irony. He is noted for his ability to transform ordinary events into heart stirring poems. A number of Gieve Patel’s poems deal with issues of the downtrodden and their search for identity.

A.K. Mehrortra

A. K. Mehrotra is one of the best-known poet in India. His poems are ironical depictions of modern reality with a touch of surrealism. His fame rests in the use of conversational tone, transparent imagery, and geographical description. A. K. Mehrotra’s noted works are “Nine Enclosures,” and “Middle Earth.”

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      madhav jha 

      4 years ago

      I love rabindranath tagore

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      Manasi 

      4 years ago

      World Poet is an Indian……..

      Rabindranath Tagore

      I am proud to be an Indian…

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      no name 

      4 years ago

      I am filling very proud because ravindra nath is our national poet

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      karan and sneha 

      4 years ago

      I love ravindre nath

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      karan gupta 

      4 years ago

      I love ravindre nath

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      Alok kumar mishra 

      4 years ago

      I love ravindra nath because he is the our national poet

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      gautamjain 

      4 years ago

      good

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      veryyyyyyyyy niccceeeeeeee & interesting………. i lOvE iNdIaN wRiTeRs VeRy MuCh ……………!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      4 years ago

      indian poets r best

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      ankush bhandari 

      4 years ago

      i love indian authers as we all now that rabindranath tagoure wrote national anthem . i like my india and its poets

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      AJ 

      4 years ago from Pennsylvania

      These sound like interesting poets! Thanks Kumar Paral!

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      Cathy Nerujen 

      4 years ago from Edge of Reality and Known Space

      I love Indian and Asian poetry. Thank you for a great hub and collection of Great Indian Poets. We need more hubs such as this. Voted up and tweeted.

      Cathy Nerujen.

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    torat hamelech english translation

    Max Blumenthal

    Inside Torat Hamelech, the Jewish extremist terror tract endorsed by state-employed rabbis

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    Religious ultra-Zionists attempt to storm the Supreme Court after the arrest of Dov Lior, a state-employed rabbi from Kiryat Arba who endorsed Torat Hamelech

    Religious ultra-Zionists attempt to storm the Supreme Court after the arrest of Dov Lior, a state-employed rabbi from Kiryat Arba who endorsed Torat Hamelech

    Last year, I reported on a convention of top Israeli rabbis who gathered to defend the publication of Torat Hamelech, a book that relied on rabbinical sources to justify the killing of gentiles, including infants “if it is clear that they will grow up to harm us.” The most prominent rabbinical endorsers, Kiryat Arba’s chief rabbi Dov Lior and Yaakov Yosef, had dismissed police summons at the time, insisting that man’s law could not touch the halakha. A year later, in late June, the Israeli police finally arrested Lior for his role in endorsing and promoting the book.

    Riots broke out almost immediately in the wake of the arrest, with mobs of religious Zionists burning tires and attempting to storm the Israeli Supreme Court compound. Fearing more riots and with sales of Torat Hamelech surging , the police handled Rabbi Yosef with kid gloves , requesting he come in for questioning but not arresting him. In the end, the state neglected to remove Lior, Yosef, or any other state-employed rabbi from his position for endorsing Torat Hamelech.

    Why is Torat Hamelech so explosive? Yuval Dror, an Israeli journalist and academic, excerpted some of the book’s most incendiary passages. What appeared was Jewish exclusivism in its most extreme form, with non-Jews deemed permissible to kill, or Rodef, for the most inconsequential of wartime acts, including providing moral support to gentile armies. The book is a virtual manual for Jewish extremist terror designed to justify the mass slaughter of civilians. And in that respect, it is not entirely different from the Israeli military’s Dahiya Doctrine , or Asa Kasher and Amos Yadlin’s concept of “asymmetrical warfare.” The key difference seems to be the crude, almost childlike logic the book’s author, Rabbi Yitzhak Shapira, marshals to justify the killing of non-Jewish civilians.

    Here are passages from Torat Hamelech, as excerpted by Dror and translated by Dena Bugel-Shunra:

    II. Thou Shalt Not Commit Murder

    Maimonides wrote in the Halachas of Murder, Chapter A, Halacha A:

    He who kills one soul of Israel violates a prohibition, as it is said “thou shalt not commit murder, and if he committed murder maliciously, in front of witnesses, his death shall be by the sword…

    It is therefore made explicit that the “thou shalt not commit murder” prohibition refers only to a Jew who kills a Jew, and not to a Jew who kills a gentile, even if that gentile is one of the righteous among the nations… we have derived that from the verse “thou shalt not commit murder”, one cannot learn that there is a prohibition on killing a gentile.

    (Page 17-18)

    VIII. Conclusion

    I. A gentile must not kill his friend, and if he has killed, he must die.

    II. The prohibition “thou shalt not commit murder” refers to a Jew who kills another Jew.

    III. A Jew who kills a gentile is not required to die.

    IV. The prohibition on a Jew killing a gentile derives from the fact that a gentile is not allowed to kill a gentile.

    (Page 27)

    I. A gentile is killed for one death, and with one judge

    A gentile who violates one of the seven rules [of Noah] must be killed, and he is killed based on the word of one witness and with one judge and with no warning.

    II. A witness becomes a judge

    For the Sons of Noah [gentiles] the witness can himself be a judge. This mean: if one person saw the other committing a crime – he can judge him and kill him for this, as he is the witness and he is the judge… Moses [moshe rabbenu] saw the Egyptian hitting a man of Israel, and killed him for that. So there Moses is the witness and is the judge, and this does not delay the carrying out of the law upon the Egyptian.

    (Pp. 49-50)

    What transpires from these matters is that when you judge a gentile for crimes that he has committed – you must also consider the question of whether he has repented, and if he has – he must not be killed… moreover: it is better that the gentile repent than that we kill him. If we come upon a gentile who does not abide by the Seven Laws [of Noah], and the importance of abiding by them can be explain to him, so he will repent – we would prefer to choose that path, and not judge an kill him.

    (page 70)

    It is explained in Yerushalmi [codex] that when a [child of] Israel [a Jew] is in danger of his life, as people tell him ‘kill this particular gentile or you will be killed’ – is permitted to kill the gentile to save himself… and the [interpreters of the law] Rashi and Maimonides say that the law of requiring to die rather than commit the crime is only valid in case of a Jew against another Jew, not in the case of a Jew against a stranger living among them… It is clear from these statements that when the choice is between losing the life of a stranger living among them and losing the life of a child of Israel [a Jew] – the simple decision is to permit [the killing].

    (Pp. 157-158)

    When the question is of a life of a gentile weighed against the life of a child of Israel [Jew], the initial proposal returns, which is that a Jew can violate  law in order to save himself, as what is at stake is the soul [life] of a Jew – which supersedes the entire Torah [code of law] – in contrast with the life of a stranger living among us, which does not permit any Torah prohibition to be superseded.

    (page 162)

    To save the life of a gentile, one does not violate the Sabbath rules, and it is clear from this that his life is not like the value of the life of a child of Israel, so it may be used for the purpose of saving the life of a child of Israel.

    (page 167)

    An enemy soldier in the corps of intelligence, logistics, and so forth aids the army that fights against us. A soldier in the enemy’s medical corps is also considered a “rodef” [villain who is actively chasing a Jew], as without the medical corps the army will be weaker., and the medical corps also encourages and strengthens the fighters, and helps them kill us.

    A civilian who supports fighters is also consider Rodef, and may be killed… anyone who helps the army of the evil people in any way, strengthens the murderers and is considered to be Rodef.

    (page 184)

    III. Support and encouragement

    A civilian who encourages the war – gives the king and the soldiers the strength to continue with it. Therefore, every citizen in the kingdom that is against us, who encourages the warriors or expresses satisfaction about their actions, is considered Rodef and his killing is permissible. Also considered Rodef is any person who weakens our kingdom by speech and so forth.

    (p. 185)

    We are permitted to save ourselves from the Rodef people. It is not important who we start with, as long as we kill the Rodef people, and save ourselves from the danger they pose. And see for yourself: if you say that the fact that there are many of them brings up the question of whom to start with, and that that question is supposed to delay us from saving for ourselves – why it stands to reason: the existence of any one of them postpones the salivation, and this is the reason to treat each and every one as a complete Rodef, and to kill him, so he will not cause this ‘life-threatening’ question…

    Whoever is in a situation where it is clear that he will chase and danger us in the future – it is not necessary to give it fine consideration as to whether at this moment, exactly, he is actively helping the chasing [harassment?] of us.

    (Pp. 186-187)

    X. People who were forced to partner with the enemy

    We have dealt, so far, with gentiles whose evil means that there is a reason to kill them. We will now turn to discuss those who are not interested in war and object to it with all force…

    We will start with a soldier, who is party to fighting against us, but is doing so only because he has been forced by threats to take part in the war.

    If he was threatened with loss of money and such things – he is completely evil. There is no permission to take part in chasing and killing due to fear of loss of money, and if he does so -he is a Rodef in every definition thereof.

    And if he was threatened that if he would not participate in the war, he would be killed – according to the MAHARAL [rabbi]… just as he is permitted to kill others – so, too, can others (even gentiles)kill him, so we will not die. And for this reason, according to the MAHARAL, it is simply evident that such a soldier may be killed.

    And according to the Parashat Drachim [rabbi? Or possibly book of law?] – he must not participate in the murdering even if he must give his life due to this. And if he does so [participates] – he is evil and may be killed, like any other Rodef.

    We will remind, again, that this discusses all types of participation in the war: a fighter, a support soldier, civilian assistance, or various types of encouragement and support.

    (P. 196)

    XVI. Infants

    When discussing the killing of babies and children – why on the one hand, we see them as complete innocents, as they have no knowledge, and therefore are not to be sentenced for having violated the Seven Laws, and they are not to be ascribed evil intent. But on the other side, there is great fear of their actions when they grow up… in any event, we learn that there is an opinion that it is right to hurt infants if it is clear that they will grow up to harm us, and in such a situation the damage will be directed specifically at them.

    (Pp. 205-200)

    IV. Killing the enemy like killing our own men

    If the king is permitted to kill his own men for the purpose of war – that same opinion also holds with regard to people who belong to the evil kingdom. In a war of righteous people against evil people, we assume that the evil will eventually hurt us all, if we let it raise its head, and the people of the evil kingdom will also suffer from it.

    We are, in fact, arguing to any person from the evil kingdom: if you belong to the evil king – you are liable to be killed for helping murderers; and if you do not help him – you should help us, and it is permissible to kill you as we kill our own people (as we are all in trouble together, and in such a situation it is permissible to kill the few in order to save the many.)

    This theory also permits intentional hurting of babies and of innocent people, if this is necessary for the war against the evil people. For example: If hurting the children of an evil king will put great pressure on him that would prevent him from acting in an evil manner – they can be hurt (even without the theory that it is evident that they will be evil when they grow up.)

    (P. 215)

    VII. Revenge

    One of the needs which exists, in the hurting of [Evil people?] is the revenge. In order to beat [win the war against] the evil people, we must act with them in a manner of revenge, as tit versus tat…

    In other words, revenge is a necessary need in order to turn the evil-doing into something that does not pay off, and make righteousness grow stronger; and as great as the evil is – so is the greatness of the action needed against it.

    (Pp. 216-217)

    Sometimes, one does evil deeds that are meant to create a correct balance of fear, and a situation in which evil actions do not pay off… and in accordance with this calculus, the infants are not killed for their evil, but due to the fact that there is a general need of everyone to take revenge on the evil people, and the infants are the ones whose killing will satisfy this need; and they can also be viewed as the ones who are set aside from among a faction, as reality has chosen them to be the ones whose killing will save all of them [the others from that faction?] and prevent evildoing later on. (And it does indeed turn out that to this consideration, the consideration that we brought forth at the end of the prior chapter also definitely is added – which is, that they are in any event suspected of being evil when they grow up.)

    4 thoughts on “Inside Torat Hamelech, the Jewish extremist terror tract endorsed by state-employed rabbis

    1. chayma100

      Superb piece Max, the best i’ve seen on this subject. Thanks for the translation, Shunra, wonderful work. You two make a deadly duo
      Possibly the most lethal weapon facing these wannabee mass murderers!

      I heard that Rabbi Lior signed his name to the book, or wrote a preface, not sure which. Some deny that he lent support, but if he wrote a preface, that means he endorsed it.

      The book is a virtual manual for Jewish extremist terror designed to justify the mass slaughter of civilians. And in that respect, it

      Yes, and whilst it’s perhaps to be expected that these zealots would want to kill non Jews, (Baruch Goldstein and his ilk come to mind) what is less known is that it legitimises killing of Jewish civilians too, if they are seen as enablers or helpers. There is already one solid case of this “Rodef” law being put into practice, that of Yygal Amir’s murder of President Rabin for signing Oslo

      Yygl Amir, had tried to get a Rabbi’s sanction for his assasination of Rabin as a “Rodef”, using this religious law, but none were willing to give it to him. It’s debateable whether that was because they feared arrest, or because they disagreed with him. Therefore, Amir decided that when God gave him the sign he would kill Rabin, and he attempted twice before succeeding on his third attepmt. According to these interpretations, cedeing Israeli territory wuld classify the “traitor President” as a “din rodef” thus a legit target for assasination under this law, (“law of the pursuer”). Anyone classified as such has to be killed. It’s not murder then. Yygal Amir thought he was carrying out God’s will.

      Since there is a clear precedent, it can be safely assumed that if Netanyahu, (or whomever succeeds him as President) signs a peace deal or decides to cede territory he will be declared a “Rodef”.

      This whole incident, about Torat HaMalech, the arrests, acquittal and the reluctance of the state to do anything, raises some troubling questions that need addressing:

      1. How many people in Israel actually support Torat Hamelech? Have there been any polls or reliable data? The Jewish Taliban is actually on the increase in Israel

      2. How many Israeli’s would agree with the “Rodef” law being put into practice should a final peace deal be signed which included ceding territory?

      3. Has Israel’s Chief Rabbi or other prominent Rabbi said anything about Torat Hamelech either endorsing it or otherwise?

      4. Is Torat Hamelech actually taught to Yeshiva students anywhere in Israel if not in Kiryat Arba?

      Does anyone have any answers preferabely with reliable data? If so, please elaborate…

    2. chayma100

      Here is an Israeli website that takes a criticial look at the likes of Rabbi Lior’s theological interpretations of Othodox Judaism. It’s run by Rabbi’s who are atheists, and ones doesn’t have to agree with all their conclusions or outlook, nevertheless, the text they source is worth looking at as they quote from sources used by these extremists.

      Of course not all Orthodox Jews follow these dicates, and when reading, it should be remembered that these daat Emet Rabbis are anti Orthodox but this is precisely why they are anti Orthodox. It gives an insight into how some these Jewish extremists like Rabbi Lior, form their opinions and justify attacks on civilians in Israel, and attacking the religion of their followers, since attacking false prophets is encouraged. Hence their support of hate, is a mitzvah, it probably explains the role of the Pamela Gellers, in the the Islamophobic industry. Residents who are non Jews are classed either as resident aliens or resident converts and are not spared from being legit targets of death in Israel. The fate of secular Jews doesn’t appear to be any better, as Yygal Amir proved in murdering President Rabin using the “Rodef” law discussed in the article above.

      The website is Daat Emet, and the President of the Editorial Board and Founder: Rabbi Moshe Segal OBM

      If any readers can shed light, it would be interesting to debate…..do we have any Rabbi’s here? I wish there was a separate discussion forum here at your website Max, many of your articles lead to interesting spin off subjects that need to be delved into deeply. Perhaps you could add one? 🙂

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      The Distinction between Jews and Gentiles in Torah
      http://www.daatemet.org/articles/article.cfm?article_id=119lang=en
      Rabbi David Bar Chaim
      Yeshivat Mercaz HaRav
      Introduction
      1. Between Jews and Gentiles – In Halacha

      A. Killing a Gentile

      It is written in the Torah (Leviticus 24:17): “He who kills any man shall surely be put to death,” and it is also stated in the portion of Mishpatim (Exodus 21:14):

      *

      We learn from the Mechilta that a Jew who killed a Gentile with intent is not put to death by the Beit Din, as he would be had he killed a Jew. The halacha is the same concerning a ger toshav,

      *

      In contrast, a ger toshav (and all the more so a Gentile) who killed a Jew, even unintentionally, is put to death, as we learned in chapter 2 of Tractate Makkot, mishnah 3, and in the Gemara there (9a), and as Maimonides wrote in chapter 5 of The Laws of a Murderer and Protecting Life, halacha 4: “A ger toshav who killed a Jew without intent — even though he did it unintentionally, he is put to death.”

      *

      The Secular Jew’s Place in Halacha
      http://www.daatemet.org/articles/article.cfm?article_id=121LANG=en
      In this essay we will see how the Jewish Halacha and laws forbid the secular person any access to Jewish culture, communal or ceremonial involvement. We wonder why the public which values democracy and critical thought has abandoned the wealth of Jewish culture to the Rabbinic-Charedi public which jealously guards its hide-bound rituals as unchangeable, which lives off the secular public and yet ridicules it, which sees this public as inferior and discriminates against it every chance it gets, on all Halachic issues.

      Morality in Halacha
      Therefore it is first appropriate to clarify the commandment Love your fellow as yourself and from that you will learn all the subsections of deeds of kindness.

      http://www.daatemet.org/articles/article.cfm?article_id=117LANG=en
      Know that what is written in Deuteronomy 10:19,
      “And love the stranger because you were strangers in the land of Egypt,”
      applies only to the a convert (and not a ger toshav who has not converted) as Maimonides wrote in Sefer HaMitzvot, positive commandment 207: “And the 207th commandment is that we are commanded to love the stranger, as the exalted One said (Deuteronomy 10:19), ‘And love the stranger.’ Even though such a one is included in what He said of the people of Israel, ‘Love your fellow as yourself’ — as this is a righteous convert — since he entered the covenant of the Torah, G-d added more love to him and dedicated a specific commandment about him.”

      So you see that the supreme value of one who observes Torah and the commandments is the worship of G-d. Whoever is not in this category (non-Jews, apostates, secular Jews who do not fulfill commandments, etc.) is not included in the commandment “love your fellow”! It is not for naught that the Torah ended the verse “Love your fellow as yourself” with the phrase “I am G-d.”

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      Answer: Publication date: 11-07-2004
      Title: The rabbi’s words about the law of rodef
      Content: Dear Yigal,
      http://www.daatemet.org/questions/index.cfm?MESSAGEID=1444
      According to Judaism, when the Jews hold power and they have religious authority, it is forbidden to allow gentiles in the Land of Israel unless they have accepted upon themselves the seven Noachide commandments. Thus did Maimonides write: “None of these matters [which are practiced to keep the peace with gentiles] is applicable except when the Jews are in exile amongst the idolaters [he meant the gentiles, even if they do not worship the stars and the zodiac] or when the idolaters have sway over the Jews, but when the Jews hold power over them it is forbidden for us to allow idolaters in our midst, even temporarily or in passing from place to place for business. They shall not pass through our land until they have accepted upon themselves the seven Noachide commandments” (Idolatry 10:6).

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    Torat HaMelech – Part 5

    I’ve finally finished reading Torat HaMelech Part 1, cover to cover, all 230 pages with the footnotes. In an earlier post I suggested that I would write a review of the book. So here it is:

    Torat HaMelech Part 1
    R’ Yitzchak Shapira and R’ Yosef Elitzur
    230 pages
    Yeshivat Od Yosef Chai

    Torat HaMelech is the book that the Torah observant soldier has been waiting for. The books for religious soldiers up until now dealt for the most part with the private miztvah observance of the soldier: how to keep the Sabbath, dietary laws, etc. in the army. Finally, someone has taken the responsibility to clarify what is proper in time of war and what is not, relying on Torah sources and not from what he or she imagines to be “moral”. We learn our morals from the Torah, and not from the Sabbath desecrating judges of the Israeli High Court of Justice.

    The pedagogical technique of the book is fantastic. The authors take the reader step by step, teaching him the foundations of these laws before moving on to more complex situations. Everything they write is backed up by Rabbinic sources, which they quote in their original language and later explain in modern day Hebrew. This gives the reader the feeling that he is listening to a lecture. At the end of the book is a three page summary of the book’s six chapters. You really feel that the authors are doing everything they can to make the deep halachic inquiries understandable to the average religious Jew who has a background in Jewish learning.

    It is no secret that the book caused an uproar among the ignorant and among the learned as well. Personally, I could not care less what the ignoramuses have to say. They lack the tools to understand such a work. What’s more, their desire to promote their warped version of reality often compromises any intellectual integrity they might have had. On the other hand, I am very interested in what the Rabbis have to say about the book. The gauntlet has been thrown down! Any Torah Scholar that does not agree with the book will have to pick up the gauntlet and show where the authors are mistaken, using Torah sources. Blanket condemnations that are not backed up with appropriate references to Rabbinic literature will not be accepted!

    The relevance of the book is obvious. Immoral people spread their mistaken notions of morality through the mass media. Combat soldiers are sent to jail for using “nohal shachen“, which Torat HaMelech teaches us is a completely acceptable practice according to the Torah. The IDF endangers the lives of its soldiers in order to protect the lives of the enemy’s civilians, a practice which is against Jewish Law and common sense.

    This book is not easy reading. It is not a novel. If you do not have a background in Jewish learning the book is not for you. However, if you do have a background, and you are interested in knowing what the Torah has to say about morality in war, the book is highly recommended. I cannot wait for Part Two.

    6 comments:

    Non Jew With a View
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    Dean
    said…

    Thanks for the review, I suspected as much. Where can I get a copy in translation?

    Point of Information: the Catholic Church also published extensively treatise under the rubric of justifications for war and I don’t see the Israeli government prosecuting priests for inciting actions as are being prosecuted agasint Rabbi Lior.

    Cosmic X
    said…

    Dean,

    You are welcome. I don’t think that the book has been translated into English.

    Wes
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    MC Complete
    said…

    This is not the book that the soldier has been waiting for. Soldiers should do what their commander tells them (except in very extreme situations). Halachot of war are relevant to policymakers, not foot soldiers.

    Cosmic X
    said…

    MC,

    What are these "very extreme situations"?

    For the soldier that is faithful to the Torah, anything that is against halacha is a very "extreme situation".

    Therefore, it is very important to know what the halacha has to say. The laws of God are more important than the laws of man.


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