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The first and foremost duty of a soldier is to serve their country without any selfish motive. A person usually joins the army out of love for his motherland and to protect it. Even though they know they will have to face numerous problems, they still do so for their country.

Serving in the Army is not a job. It cannot be a job. Army officers are well qualified to get any top ranking job in the world. But working in the Army is about love. It’s a passion. You do it for the pride and honour of your country.

Our soldiers aren’t just fighting the enemies. They’re also fighting natural disasters. At such high altitudes, frost bites, chilblains, loss of memory and pulmonary edemas are common problems. “We’re also dealing with avalanches and crevasses along with the threat of enemy attacks at any given time”.

Active : 1,237,117 Reserve : 960,000

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 may also include assets related to aviation by possessing an ARMY aviation component. The word ARMY may also mean a field army within a national military force. However, we can say that the Full form of Army is Alert Regular Mobility Young.

Being a Soldier gives you the opportunity to complete the mission and make a difference in the world. You will also gain leadership experience, as well as a work-life balance that enables you to pursue your personal and professional goals. You will be part of a global family, and you will be provided all of the community amenities you need to raise your family and enjoy life.Families are not permitted to stay with the officer in Field areas,High altitude,Insurgency areas,Exercise areas and Op areas. … Therefore,an Army officer spends more than half his service living away from his family.This is very sad moments in army officers life..

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Mean of Motivation…

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  • Meaning:. Motivation is an important factor which encourages persons to give their best performance and help in reaching…
  • Definitions:. Motivation has been variously defined by scholars. It is a force that activates dormant energies and sets…
  • Nature of Motivation:. Motivation is a psychological phenomena which generates within an individual. A person feels the…
  • Types of Motivation:. When a manager wants to get more work from his subordinates then he will have to…

Motivation is typically defined as the direction and intensity of a person’s behavior. Specifically it deals with what activities a person chooses to engage in and the effort they put into the activities.

Importance of motivation,….

  • Puts human resources into action. Every concern requires physical,…
  • Leads to achievement of organizational goals.
  • Builds friendly relationship. Motivation is an important factor which brings employees satisfaction.
  • Leads to stability of work force…

Work motivation. Work motivation “is a set of energetic forces that originate both within as well as beyond an individual’s being, to initiate work-related behavior, and to determine its form, direction, intensity, and duration” Understanding what motivates an organization’s employees is central to the study of I–O psychology.

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THE VISION

We picture ourselves living in a world where every man, woman and child on Earth have opened their heart; where we each feel the sacred feeling that only an open heart can bring; and that this feeling surrounds us in everything we do, in everywhere we go, and in everyone we meet. All ego, all deception, all untruth, all hatred and aggression dissolve into nothingness as we now know – fully and forevermore – that having an open heart is the best experience life has to offer. Now, our decisions are wiser, our actions more caring, our relationships more loving – because we all live from our open hearts.

We picture ourselves living in a world where every man, woman and child on Earth have opened their heart; where we each feel the sacred feeling that only an open heart can bring; and that this feeling surrounds us in everything we do, in everywhere we go, and in everyone we meet. All ego, all deception, all untruth, all hatred and aggression dissolve into nothingness as we now know – fully and forevermore – that having an open heart is the best experience life has to offer. Now, our decisions are wiser, our actions more caring, our relationships more loving – because we all live from our open hearts.

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Research Methodology — Nkmotivation

The process used to collect information and data for the purpose of making business decisions. The methodology may include publication research, interviews, surveys another research techniques, and could include both present and historical information. Methodology is the systematic, theoretical analysis of the methods applied to a field of study. It comprises the theoretical analysis of the body of methods and principles associated […]

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FOCUS

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AS WE KNOW THAT EVERY POINT AND TO DO EVERY THING WE REQUIRED THE FOCUS AND CONCENTRATION AT EVERY STAGE THAT’S WHY FOCUS IS MORE IMPORTANT I EVERY WORK.

IF WE WANT TO DO SOMETHING WE HAVE TO FOCUS WHY?

BECAUSE THE FOCUS IS WORD THAT CAN CAN THINK OF THE WORK , WE HAVE TO DO THAT REST TO MIND THAT CAN GIVE THE MORE POWER TO THINK BIG AND SOMETHING DIFFERENT FOR THE TOPIC WHICH CAN BE CHOSEN…………..

THAT WHY FOCUS IS MORE IMPORTANT IN THE GOOD THINK , AS WE TAKE SOME EXAMPLES THE SCIENTIST THEY THINK FOR 2 TO 3 OURS IN ONE TOPIC IN THERE MIND THERE ARE NO ANY OTHER THNIKING THAT THEY DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT……………………………..

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FOCUS AS WE KNOW THAT EVERY POINT AND TO DO EVERY THING WE REQURIED THE FOCUS AND CONCENTARTION AT EVERY STAGE THAT’S WHY FOCUS IS MORE IMPORTANT I EVERY WORK. IF WE WANT TO DO SOMETHING WE HAVE TO FOCUS WHY? BECAUSE THE FOCUS IS WORD THAT CAN CHANE THINK OF THE WORK , WE HAVE TO DO THAT REST TO MIND THAT CAN GIVE THE MORE POWER TO THINK BIG AND SOMETHING DIFFERENT FOR THE TOPIC WHICH CAN BE CHOSEN………….. THAT WHY FOCUS IS MORE IMPORTANT IN THE GOOD THINK , AS WE TAKE SOME EXAMPLES THE SCIENTIST THEY THINK FOR 2 TO 3 OURS IN ONE TOPIC IN THERE MIND THERE ARE NO ANY OTHER THNKING THAT THEY DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT……………………………..

Internet : Uses and Side effects

Hello! everyone welcome to next blog..

Today I want to talk about the internet , internet is the way to get knowledge about the world and go forward and build our self and making our knowledge strong , getting information of worldwide this is good this is possible because of internet , Internet is best option to study or to do o many more other things in the life which beneficial to make life and career better and this is good to know that we have that facilities and we are using that so we have to take advantage of that , and today many youth are social media and making money and this is very good thing for bright future…….

But there is also disadvantages of the internet and many people are do frauds of banks and also there are lose of youth because there are also and bad things over the internet and it makes person life bad, thinking of person are change… There are many bad site which make youth bad thinking in there mind and that is bad thing which they are the future of our country and there must be some restriction on the internet and this can make the students or youth life bad if its get habitual from the age 18-25 , they have to focus on there career obviously there are many reason because they have to use there mobiles and internet services but then also there are many things who distract the youth and it depend on the person they are going to do it or not but when we are in age of increasing ..there are some changes in our body it happens,….. there should be someone who can give knowledge about to avoid this and focusing on there own things …

Our India is very big country and from recently years the population is increased and it is because of lack of knowledge there are many child who are not studying and they don’t have there thinking of there good , there parents also don’t have take of that because they don’t having there child money to study and do some work while when they are in age of study….this difference can create if people having lack of knowledge of many things…….

Knowledge is more important nowdays, specially when we are the time of using internet….. Today internet are source of making money and this can change the person life so… there are some talent which we can get our skills to be showed and to be a successful and this talent is required….

Status

This is word who makes a difference between person’s and then it create the word “status”, As we know everyone has there life , how to live it and how to work on it and make it good, with a good status, atleast people should say as good personality its called as status but some people compare it with the money and make the difference between people as a status .

It is made up by man only no one else made this, we all are same but somethings are create difference that is behaviour of everyone, but people don’t understand this we should maintain a good behaviour with everyone.

As we know that everyone has there own life , but we should respect everyone work and be thanks to god that we are better than someone.

  • I don’t Get “Over” things, I Get “Through” them. …
  • Some will take the road most travelled, Some will take the road less travelled. …
  • Every challenge creates an opportunity. …
  • We can not control what others say or do to us, we can control how we react and let it affect our lives.
  • Trying to learn to say NO to people.

Life of Soldier

How were soldiers prepared for World War One? Dr Jonathan Boff examines the stages of training undertaken by the millions of soldiers across the British, German and French armies.

Every single one of the 65 million men mobilised to fight in the First World War had to be trained before being sent into battle. What was training like? It is hard to generalise. There was no single experience of training. Different people had different experiences, depending on who they were, when and where they joined up, what unit they joined, where they were sent, and how easily they adapted to their new life. Look, for instance, at what happened to two men who volunteered early in the war. Private Tomkinson (18th Battalion, Manchester Regiment) began his military career cleaning up the old amusement park which was to become his battalion’s barracks and did not receive a uniform and boots for months. This was typical of the shortages that confronted recruits to Kitchener’s army, as Peter Simkins discusses here. Nonetheless, by the time his unit went to France in October 1915, it had received ‘13 months good sound training’.[1] In contrast, Herbert Sulzbach, who joined the German army in August 1914, found himself in the front line just four weeks later, after only the most rudimentary training. Still, some common themes emerge, and this article will concentrate on those who joined from 1916 on, after the initial ‘rush to the colours’ had died down and the training system had settled into a groove.

Roland Gerard Garvin’s record of training at Chelsea

Notes by Roland Gerard Garvin recording the military training that he received at Chelsea in December 1914.
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Basic training 

New recruits in all armies were first put through three months of basic training. The aim of this course was: to build up physical fitness and confidence; instil discipline and obedience; and teach the fundamental military skills necessary to function in the army.

A typical day started with Reveille (a bugle or trumpet call to wake the soldiers and call them to duty) at 5.30 a.m. After tidying up and cleaning their quarters and having a brew, at 6.30 recruits would parade for an hour and a half to work on their fitness. After breakfast at 8, the morning was spent drilling on the parade square, learning, for instance, to march, form fours and about turn . Between 12.15 and 2 p.m. the men took lunch before returning for more drill in the afternoon until 4.15. The unlucky might be detailed off for fatigues or work parties thereafter, but otherwise recruits were off duty, although they might have to spend time cleaning kit and shining boots. In large garrison towns like Aldershot, there were leisure facilities in the shape of the ‘Smith-Dorrien Soldiers’ Home’, with a billiards room, a library, recreation rooms, private baths and a buffet. More remote locations might have nothing similar.

After a few weeks of this, training began to get more advanced. Soldiers began to learn the basics of movement in the field and were introduced to night operations and route marching. Later would come weapons handling, marksmanship and digging trenches. 

Roland Gerard Garvin’s notes on a Tour of Field Works with Major Rees DSO

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Moving on

The next stage might well include several weeks or even months of specialist training, for instance to be a machine gunner, a signaller or a cook. In particular, British men under 19, and so not yet eligible to be sent overseas, would often have their training topped up in this way until they were old enough to go abroad.

German infantrymen would be shipped to large recruit depots at places like Beverloo in northern Belgium, where their fitness and skills were checked and brought up to local standards. Training related more directly to the situations they were likely to face in the line and included field exercises and hand-to-hand combat, as well as route-marching and more drill. The length of time they spent in places like Beverloo varied with how quickly the men learnt and how urgently replacements were needed at the front. In times of crisis, they might be there no more than two or three weeks. The British equivalent was a series of large depots at places like Étaples. 

From the transit camps at Beverloo or Étaples, soldiers were sent on to a corps or divisional depot. They normally waited here until the next time the unit they were to join was pulled back into reserve, when they would be sent up to them. There would normally be a few days for new replacements to train with, and be integrated into, their units, practising simple tactical drills and manoeuvres, before returning to the trenches.

So, new recruits in both the British and German armies underwent a progressive system of training designed, as far as possible, to equip them with the skills needed to survive on the modern battlefield and to perform their missions. Grumbles about the quality of new men, often from pre-war regulars, remained common. The system was not without problems and did not always operate perfectly. But it often avoided the Second World War situation of green replacements coming up in the evening to a unit engaged on the front line, only to be killed before breakfast without anyone even learning their name. 

Apprenticeship at arms

On-the-job training formed a major part of the soldier’s life. Inexperienced divisions were inserted into quiet sectors of the line to learn their trade. Whenever units came back from the front to rest, they trained. Route marches maintained fitness. Individual skills were brushed up. Training then built up: platoons were to practice ‘movement from cover to cover, the advance under fire, the combination of fire and movement, the use of Lewis or Hotchkiss guns, bombs and rifle-bombs, and the assault, culminating with the occupation and organization of captured ground for defence’.[2] Then companies, battalions and, if time allowed, even brigades and whole divisions were to exercise together. Training might aim to refresh basic skills; to pick up new techniques learnt from experience elsewhere; or, indeed, to rehearse for specific operations over mock-ups of the enemy defences. For example, the Canadian Corps did this prior to its successful attack on Vimy Ridge in April 1917.

Specialist schools  

Finally, a whole network of schools grew up to teach specialist skills, either to equip individuals for a new role, or so they could go back to their units and train others. Thus, men might find themselves sent off to learn, for example: how to command a platoon or company; the skills of a sniper; the use of wireless; or of Lewis guns. The subaltern Charles Carrington, serving with the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, spent 21 days on courses of this kind in 1916 (compared with 65 days in the front line).

The proof of the pudding

Training millions-strong armies posed an immense challenge to all the armies of the First World War. Time, space, kit and experienced instructors: all were in short supply early in the war, and mistakes inevitably occurred. As the war wore on, however, all sides devoted considerable attention and resources to training their men. A sensible, progressive system evolved. It was never perfect. Could it ever have been? Inevitably, its effects were often patchy. But by 1917 and 1918 it was capable in a few months of producing, from citizen conscripts, the highly professional forces that mastered modern warfare.

Army , Definition and Facts

The term may be applied to a large unit organized for independent action, or it may be applied to a nation’s or ruler’s complete military organization for land warfare.

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People’s Liberation Army of ChinaPeople’s Liberation Army of China marching in dress uniform, Beijing.U.S. Department of Defense
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READ MORE ON THIS TOPICtactics: The state-owned armyAs European firearms improved, the old situation in which each people possessed its own weapons and, therefore, its own system of organization…

Throughout history, the character and organization of armies have changed. Social and political aspects of nations at different periods resulted in revision in the makeup of armies. New weapons influenced the nature of warfare and the organization of armies. At various times armies have been built around infantry soldiers or mounted warriors or men in machines. They have been made up of professionals or amateurs, of mercenaries fighting for pay or for plunder, or of patriots fighting for a cause. Consideration of the development of armies must be made in the light of the times in which the particular army was forged and the campaigns that it fought. 

Military unit, a group having a prescribed size and a specific combat or support role within a larger military organization. The chief military units in the ancient classical world were the phalanx of the Greeks and the legion of the Romans. The units used in modern armies have their origins in the 16th–18th century, when professional armies reemerged in Europe after the end of the Middle Ages. The basic units of the companybattalionbrigade, and division have been retained since then.

Macedonian battle formation
Macedonian battle formationThe battle formation developed by Macedonian King Philip II and his son Alexander the Great improved the phalanx.Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
military unit: Roman legion
military unit: Roman legionFighting formations of a Roman legion.Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

Armiesnavies, and air forces are organized hierarchically into progressively smaller units commanded by officers of progressively lower rank. The prototypical units are those of the army. The smallest unit in an army is the squad, which contains 7 to 14 soldiers and is led by a sergeant. (A slightly larger unit is a section, which consists of 10 to 40 soldiers but is usually used only within headquarters or support organizations.) Three or four squads make up a platoon, which has 20 to 50 soldiers and is commanded by a lieutenant. Two or more platoons make up a company, which has 100 to 250 soldiers and is commanded by a captain or a major. The function of administration is introduced at this level, in the form of a headquarters platoon administered by a sergeant and containing supply, maintenance, or other sections.

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military unitChart depicting the average size of army operational units and the ranks of their corresponding commanding officers.Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
military rank insignias
military rank insigniasRank insignias of U.S. military officers.Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.

Two or more companies make up a battalion, which has 400 to 1,200 troops and is commanded by a lieutenant colonel. The battalion is the smallest unit to have a staff of officers (in charge of personnel, operations, intelligence, and logistics) to assist the commander. Several battalions form a brigade, which has 2,000 to 8,000 troops and is commanded by a brigadier general or a colonel. (The term regiment can signify either a battalion or a brigade in different countries’ armies.) A brigade is the smallest unit to integrate different types of combat and support units into a functional organization. A combat brigade, for example, usually has infantry, armour, artillery, and reconnaissance units.

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military unitDiagram depicting a one-battalion regiment at camp, taken from Frederick William, Freiherr von Steuben’s Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States (1779).Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States by Frederick William Steuben, 1794

Two or more brigades, along with various specialized battalions, make up a division, which has 7,000 to 22,000 troops and is commanded by a major general. A division contains all the arms and services needed for the independent conduct of military operations. Two to seven divisions and various support units make up an army corps, or a corps, which has 50,000 to 300,000 troops and is commanded by a lieutenant general. The army corps is the largest regular army formation, though in wartime two or more corps may be combined to form a field army (commanded by a general), and field armies in turn may be combined to form an army group.

Juno Beach, Normandy Invasion
Juno Beach, Normandy InvasionTroops of the Régiment de la Chaudière, 8th Brigade, pushing inland from Juno Beach toward Bény-sur-Mer on D-Day, June 6, 1944.National Archives of Canada; neg. no. PA131436

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Naval units follow somewhat more-flexible organizational guidelines. Administratively, several ships of the same type (e.g., destroyers) are organized into a squadron. Several squadrons in turn form a flotilla, several of which in turn form a fleet. For operations, however, many navies organize their vessels into task units (3–5 ships), task or battle groups (4–10 ships), task forces (2–5 task groups), and fleets (several task forces).

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Working

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This word is matter in the every people in this world, and which gives a benefits to every person’s life and as we know that hardworking matter in the things which are matter in every things which we are going to do in person’s life and we are responsible for the every person’s life which are important and really every person’s having there own life and they know what they are doing in there life and they know what to do , every person know there capacity and people are doing in there life success in every moment, Work matter in every person’s life and we know that every humans have to do there work and have to be in proper way every one will get proper thinking and it makes the human big …try to improve the thinking of our mind which gives the better moment in life and get success , thinking will prove the things are matter and every man have to improve there thinking in right way and in right age which may get good and improve there personality of thinking and mind power.

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School

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School is the name when everyone enjoys and make a memories for life which gives a happy moments when we remember that days,but this days because of COVID-19 there are no any memories are creates of student’s because all are doing online we can’t enjoy everything online especially The college and school’s life . If we meet our friends and there are many things which are enjoy by the everything there company and as we know that is memories of students life and now there are missing that life . If we study in face to face there are no any doubts because there are teachers who can easily know that student can understand or not. Most important things is online exams it may lead to cheating in exams if students do like that then how they can understand the mean of having the knowledge , Important thing in education is having knowledge. That should be moto of college’s .

We are at home but we most of time not studying in our own. sometime’s there are disturbance in our home , maybe some guest’s came at our home we are plan for study but it not possible that time this thing’s are happen….

There are lot of time in a day to study and complete all syllabus and its good we are getting that much time to study. If students are sincere then there are no any problem.

Thoughts of students

The modern-day society has individuals moving quickly and juggling responsibilities left and right. With all these requirements and obligations, it can be hard to find time to achieve your dreams. However, with online education, adults can return to school all while balancing work and a personal life. This may seem daunting, but the rewards are worth it, especially when you have these inspirational thoughts guiding you along the way.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” – Eleanor Roosevelt

Fall in love with your dream. Imagine each aspect of it and let it bloom wildly. The more passion you have for your dream, the more likely you are to see it become a reality.

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.” – Thomas A. Edison

Take a look at all the technology surrounding you. If the inventors of each hadn’t tried one more time, where would we be? It’s certain that your dreams will dissolve if you give up. However, there’s always hope and possibility if you keep trying.

“It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.” – Albert Einstein

You don’t have to be a genius to change the world and there isn’t a race to achieve your dreams. Rather, if you honor the virtue of commitment, you’re bound to see great things come your way

“Make each day your masterpiece.” – John Wooden

If you are stressed and overwhelmed, it is easy to wish each day away. Yet, one day you will look back and wish you had soaked up every moment. Live in the present and as if each day is your only day. You’ll notice an attitude change as your obligations become opportunities you’re grateful for

“People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing — that’s why we recommend it daily.” –Zig Ziglar

Lastly, the wear and tear of each day can strip away at your resolve. Don’t forget to re-nourish yourself with douses of motivation. AND, have a sense of humor – it will change your outlook on everything.

J.K.ROWLING

During a Harvard commencement speech, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling outlined the importance and value of failure.[1]

Why? Simply because she was once a failure too.

A few short years after her graduation from college, her worst nightmares were realized. In her words,

“I had failed on an epic scale. An exceptionally short-lived marriage had imploded, and I was jobless, a lone parent, and as poor as it is possible to be in modern Britain, without being homeless. The fears that my parents had had for me, and that I had had for myself, had both come to pass, and by every usual standard, I was the biggest failure I knew.”

Coming out of this failure stronger and more determined was the key to her success.

Failure occurs everyday, in school, jobs, housework, and within families. It is unavoidable, irritating and causes pessimism.

While the thought of flinging your hands in the air and walking away is all too appealing, take a second to connect with the people who have been there and survived.

Habits

As we know about the good things , bad things . There are many things good as well as bad. as also having habits which are man takes . Habits are more important things in human life to change there life and improve themselves as well as manage there life. If we having good habits it give a good thinking to us and improve our sense .

But we always catch bad things early as compare to good things. if we want to live good habits we have to atleast do that for 4-5 days and then become a habit but if we try to take any bad habit it takes less than 3 days to be our habit .. so what we get easy is not good for our life …it true of life ..

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