Calculate Your CGPA!

CGPA stands for Cummulative Grade Point Average which is the grading system of all CBSE affiliated schools. If you want to calculate your CGPA, just follow the simple steps or use online CGPA Calculator .

Steps to find overall CGPA:

You just need to find the overall percentage and divide that percentage by 9.5 to get your overall CGPA.

How to install VNC server on CentOS 6

Lazy Geek -:)

VNC is a protocol that is used to share the desktop with other users/computers over the network/Internet.In order to share a desktop, VNC server must be install and configure on the computer and VNC client must be run on the computer that will access the shared desktop.

When we install the minimal copy of CentOS Server, it only gives us the “Command Line” interface.

But some people prefer GUI instead and for this they install Full version of Gnome on CentOS. Actually there is a better way and that is to install VNC. VNC provides a lightweight virtual desktop than full blown version of Gnome.

To run the VNC Server on CentOS, we have to install these required packages:

sudo yum groupinstall Desktop

sudo yum install tigervnc-server

sudo yum install xorg-x11-fonts-Type1

This is optional:

sudo yum install vnc

To start VNC Server on boot

sudo chkconfig vncserver on

To setup users’ VNC password:

vncpasswd

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Travel- The green and serene Wayanad

that dude from the 90s...

Just when I thought that 2014 was ending on a boring note (like the year itself), I headed to Wayanad on the 26th for the annual festival in our family temple. Wayanad has always been a fascination right from the childhood- for the lush green coffee estates, for the wisps of smoke from the mouth in the nights and for its absolutely nature-friendly setting. I’ve always cherished my visits and every visit made me feel envious of my Dad, who grew up here. Can you imagine a world where people do not have time for smart phones, social media and digital life? Those people exist in Wayanad. And that’s why I love to come over here again and again. We, in the city life, are struck between complexities and often end up complicating stuff, instead of keeping it simple. I think that has been one of my interesting learning whenever…

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Celebrities Who Should Participate In Bigg Boss 9

Celebrities Who Should Participate In Bigg Boss 9

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Bigg Boss is one show on Indian telly which is always grabbing eye-balls for its quirkiest news. Be it the tiffs between the inmates or the growing intimacy. Here, in the Bigg Boss house, nothing goes unseen. The series might be triggered at grade C audience, as say the statistics, yet even class A audience is interested in its gossips, we presume. With each new season, this show not only presents a new theme but gets spiced up all the more. There is rage, outrage, oomph, friendship, politics that just amplifies with each season. Violent streaks have been much common; taunts are a passé but in this season the inmates have been hailing shoes at one another. Some would call it cheap while some would rather say that it’s got spicier. Whatever your view, you simply can’t ignore this show. It is in-your-face and it is here to stay. While…

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ARUNACHAL PRADESH: LIFE OF THE APATANIS OF ZIRO VILLAGE!

My Village-My Pride

aaClustered Houses in Hong Basti

Making way through the border of Assam into Arunachal Pradesh, one can easily notice the change in landscape while traversing through it and approaching Ziro. Th plains give way to hilly terrains, the temperature slips down, there are fewer people to be seen, air gets cleaner and an awe-inspiring landscape emerges with variety of ferns, orchids and rhododendrons growing in the wild amidst dense green forests all around.
Ziro is home to the tribal group called the Apatanis who are one amongst very few tribes in the world who worship nature (sun & moon) . They are famous for their unique methods of sustainable farming and social forestry. Apatani Cultural Landscape even features in tentative list of UNESCO World Heritage Site for “extremely high productivity” and “unique” way of preserving ecology. I had an opportunity to stay with one such Apatani family in Hong Basti…

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Pakistan Seizes Indian Fishing Boats as Doubts Intensify Over Terrorist Claims

TIME

Pakistani authorities reportedly seized two Indian fishing boats on Saturday — a not uncommon occurrence, but one that has prompted greater controversy following a tense week in the waters between the two countries.

The boats, containing 12 Indian fishermen, were apprehended by Pakistan’s Maritime Security Agency (MSA) three days after the Indian Coast Guard intercepted an alleged terrorist boat off the Gujarat coast, the Times of India reported.

The Indian authorities claim that intercepted wireless communications show the Pakistani boat, which sank about 365 km away from India’s west coast on Jan. 1, to be working with an unidentified vessel nearby and coordinating with a contact in Pakistan as well as the MSA.

A statement from India’s Defense Ministry then stated that the four people on board the boat attempted to outrun the coast guard for over an hour, following which they hid under the deck and set fire to…

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The Five Freaky Indian Stereotypes In Hollywood Movies/TV!

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I love watching Hollywood movies and US TV serials – No one can do sit-coms better than them. However there are some utterly bizarre and frankly ridiculous Indian stereotypes that I frequently notice in their movies and sit-coms. Here are the five things about Indians which I think that the American TV serials and movie makers have got completely wrong, no offense.

  1. What’s with the crass weddings?! – In most of the movies the Indian weddings are described as the assault on the senses by stupidly/outrageously dressed dark complexioned men and women dancing wildly with the elephants in the background. Reality check – These days Indian weddings have upgraded themselves quite a lot. There are luxury cars instead of elephants and destination weddings with amazing venues etc.apu
  2. It is commonly seen that all the Indian characters in English TV/movies have mustache (exclusively men), many times wear turban, are obese and…

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