How to get free Jio 4G SIM for any 4G phone with Preview Offer (unlimited calls, data & SMS)

Reliance after providing free Jio 4G SIM offer for bunch of smartphones, now started offering the same to the all 4g smartphone users in India. As we all know, the Reliance Jio SIM offer includes unlimited data, voice calls, video calls, and SMS for 90 days from the day of activation of your Jio SIM.

There are many other smartphone users in India who wanted to enjoy this offer, but doesn’t know how to apply for free Reliance Jio 4G SIM card. We currently have some 4g Smartphone devices and have successfully got a free Jio SIM card. So here is a step-by-step guide that will guide you to grab the offer.

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First you need to download and install the My Jio App from Google Play Store. You can check here for the app link.

Once the app is successfully installed, launch it from the app drawer. Now you will list of 10 more apps from the My Jio app main screen. You need to install all those applications one after another from Play Store or else tap “Install Jio apps” located at the top of the screen to install all Jio apps in just single click.

After installing all the Jio apps, you need to wait for few minutes and then reboot your device. Once the device boots-up, disable Wi-Fi connectivity and enable Mobile-Data.

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Launch “MyJio” app and then tap on My Jio section. Here you will find the option “Get Jio SIM”, tap the same to continue. In the next screen you will see 5 different steps to be followed which helps to generate the preview code, documents to be submitted, find the nearest store, activate your Jio SIM, and finally avail your Jio offer.

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Once everything done, you need to visit nearest gio store with required documents to get a free SIM card. After receiving it, you need to wait 24 hours for SIM activation. Make sure the Jio SIM is inserted in SIM 1 slot to enjoy unlimited features like calling, 4G data and SMS for a period of 90 days

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Income tax benefit for section 80C for tuition / school / education fees

Deduction u/s. 80C for tuition / school fees paid for education of children

  1. Eligibility Criteria: Deduction for tuition fees u/s. 80C of the Income Tax Act 1961 is available to Individual Assesse and is not available to Hindu Undivided Family.
  2. Maximum number of Child: Deduction under this section 80C is available for tuition fees paid on two children’s education. If Assesse have more than two children then he can claim tuition fees paid of only 2 children’s. The Deduction is available for any 2 children. Here we would like to mention that husband and wife both have a separate limit of two children each, so they can claim deduction for 2 children each.
  3. Expenditure paid for self-education is not allowable: This is the only clause under section 80C where assesse cannot claim tax benefit for expenditure incurred for itself. In other words if assesse has paid tuition fees for his own studies, he will not be eligible for this deduction.
  4. Fees paid for spouse:Deduction is not available for tuition fees paid for studies of spouse.
  5. Maximum Limit:Deduction for tuition Fees is available up to Rs. 100000 (Rs. 1.50 Lakh from A.Y. 2015-16).  Please Note that aggregate amount of deduction under section 80C, 80CCC and 80CCD shall not exceed Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rs. 1.50 Lakh from A.Y. 2015-16).
  6. Deduction available on payment basis: –Deduction under this section is available on payment basis. Fees may be related to any period. For example feed paid for April 2016 if Paid in March 2016 will be eligible for deduction u/s. 80C in A.Y. 2016-17.
  7. Deduction not available for part time course: –The deduction is available for Full Time courses only.   In our opinion no deduction is available for part time or distance learning courses.
  8. Fees for Private tuition/Coaching Classes not eligible for deduction u/s. 80C:-The fees should be paid to university, college, school or other educational institution. No deduction available for fees paid for private tuition’s , coaching courses for admission in professional courses or any other type of courses are not covered as that fee is not paid for FULL time education.
  9. Location of University, college, school or other educational institution: University, college, school or other educational institution must be situated in India though it can be affiliated to any foreign institutes.
  10. Allow ability of pre-nursery, play school and nursery class fees: –Pre-nursery, play school and nursery class fees is also covered under section 80C (circular No. 20/2015 Dated 02/12/2015)

Not allowable Expenses:-

  1. Development fees or donation not eligible.
  2. Transport charges, hostel charges, Mess charges, library fees, scooter/cycle/car stand charges incurred for education are not allowed.
  3. Late fees is not eligible for deduction.
  4. Term Fees is not eligible for deduction.
  5. No deduction for part time or distance learning courses.
  6. No rebate for private tuition.
  7. Building fund or any donation etc. not allowed.

Note: Above list is not exhaustive.

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Vedic Mathematics: Squares of numbers ending in 5

Consider 25^2 Here the number is 25. We have to find out the square of the number. For the number 25, the last digit is 5 and the ‘previous’ digit is 2. Hence, ‘one more than the previous one’, i.e. 2+1=3. The formula, in this context, gives the procedure to multiply the previous digit 2 by one more than it self, that is, by 3.

It becomes the L.H.S (left hand side) of the result.

i.e. 2 X 3 = 6.

The R.H.S (right hand side) of the result is 5^2, that is, 25.

Thus,

25^2 = 2*(2+1) and 25 = 625

In the same way,

35^2 = 3*(3+1) and 25 = 3*4 and 25 = 1225

65^2 = 6*(6+1) and 25 = 6*7 and 25 = 4225

105^2 = 10*(10+1) and 25 = 10*11 and 25 = 11025

135^2 = 13*(13+1) and 25 = 13*14 and 25 = 18225

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Snapdeal App offer First Purchase Get Rs 100 Cashback On Rs 300

Snapdeal App offer Install App Get Rs 100 Free

1) Just uninstall your  Snapdeal android app

2) download latest version of snapdeal from android play store.

Enter referral code : RahulDJvGt and make your first purchase of 300 Rs. Now you will get 100 Rs in freecharge credits within few hours.

3) Open the app and navigate to “Refer & Earn” section located at left sidebar.

How snapdeal refer and earn works

4) Start sharing your unique url on Whatsapp, facebook, gmail and ask friends to download app.

5) You will receive 100 Rs once your referred friend makes his first purchase on snapdeal mobile app.

terms and conditions for referring

6) You can use this cash for your purchases on entire snapdeal website.

New terms & conditions :
1) You can earn maximum of 2500 rs by inviting 25 friends.
2) Freecharge credits can be also redeem against mobile recharge & bill payments.

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Age Calculator Online

This is an age calculator based on the date of birth and the date to be calculated at current situation. This calculator gives out age in years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes, and seconds.

 

Exact Age Calculator
Birth Date*(Year/Month/Date):



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Age

* The year here is 365 days and the month here is 30 days, that means your birthday may not mean you will be 0 days old.
**Don't worry I will not share your input.

 

In some cultures, age is expressed by counting years with or without including the current year. For example, one person is thirty years old is the same as one person is in the thirty-first year of his/her life. In one of the traditional Chinese age systems, people are born at age 1 and the age grows up at the Traditional Chinese New Year instead of birthday. For example, if one baby was born just one day before the Traditional Chinese New Year, 2 days later the baby will be at age 2 even though he/she is only 2 days old.

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Love Calculator

Love Calculator:

Please provide the names of both parties and click the “calculate” button for the love indicator. The love indicator score will range from 0% to 100%. Higher score means better match.

 

Name of Person 1


Name of Person 2



RESULT:

 

Note: Same as all the love calculators on the internet, this calculator is based on a algorithm and it is for amusement only. Please follow your heart instead of the scores given out by this love calculator for love.

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Body Mass Index Calculator

Body Mass Index Calculator: The Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculator can be used to calculate your BMI value and weight status while taking your age into consideration.

 

Metric Unit
Age (in years):


Gender: Male Female

Height (in centimeters):
centimeters
Weight (in kilograms):
kilograms


BMI:


Status:

 

Reference:

Your BMI is a measurement of your body weight based on your height and weight. Although your BMI does not actually “measure” your percentage of body fat, it is a useful tool to estimate a healthy body weight based on your height. Due to its ease of measurement and calculation, it is the most widely used diagnostic indicator to identify a person’s optimal weight depending on his height. Your BMI “number” will inform you if you are underweight, of normal weight, overweight, or obese. However, due to the wide variety of body types, the distribution of muscle and bone mass, etc., it is not appropriate to use this as the only or final indication for diagnosis.

 

BMI Table for Adults:

Category BMI range – kg/m2
Severe Thinness < 16
Moderate Thinness 16 – 17
Mild Thinness 17 – 18.5
Normal 18.5 – 25
Overweight 25 – 30
Obese Class I 30 – 35
Obese Class II 35 – 40
Obese Class III > 40
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PPF Calculator

Note: You Should deposit the ppf amount before 5th of month because the intrest on the amount which is deposited after 5th will not calculated in that month, it is calculated in next month. Ex. if you deposit money in PPF account on 6th of January the the interest is not calculated for January it is calculated from 5th February.



What is PPF ?

PPF (Public Provident Fund) is a saving-cum-tax saving scheme in India (started in 1968 by National Saving Institute of the Ministry of Finance) by Central Government. The goal is to mobilize small savings by offering an investment with reasonable returns combined with income tax benefits.

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How to inject java.util.Properties into a spring bean

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Que: -How to inject java.util.Properties into a spring bean?

Properties object is similar to Map based collection, only difference is keys also strings and values also strings. In case of Map based collection key can be any object and value also can be any object.

To inject Properties into a spring bean following steps are involved: –

Step 1: –Make java.util.Properties type variable as dependency in the spring bean.

Step 2:-To indicate the spring container to create the Properties object make use of <props> tag.

Step 3: –To specify each element of the Properties object make use of <props> tag.

e.g.: –

<bean name=”h” class=”com.nit.spring.HelloBean”>
 <property name=”properties”>
   <props>
     <prop key=”name”> Rama < /prop>
        <prop key=”address”> Hyderabad < /prop>
   < /props>
 < /property>
< /bean>

Note: –value of the key attribute becomes the key of the properties of Properties object. The content of <prop> tag become value of the property of Properties object.

Que: -Develop an enterprise application in which, all three layers are implemented?

Data Access Layer: –

  1. AccountDAOInterface.java (float getBalance (int accno))
  2. AccountDAO.java
  3. AccountNotFoundException.java
  4. DataAccessException.java
  • AccountDAO class has “javax.sql.DataSource” as dependency.
  • DataSouurce (interface) object provides database connection to the AccountDAO class.
  • DataSource is alternative to DriverManager to providing database connections to java applications.

In a spring application DataSource is used following the given steps: –

Step 1: –Make java.sql.DataSource variable as dependency and write appropriate constructor or setter method for spring container to implement setter injection or constructor injection.

For example: –

public class AccountDAO
{
     private DataSource datasource;
     public void setDataSource (DataSource datasource)
   {
       this.datasource=datasource;
   }
   ---------------------------
}

Step 2: –configure the implementation class DataSource interface as spring bean in configuration file.

e.g.: –

<bean id=”dataSource”
   Class=”org.apache.commons.dbcp.BasicDataSource”>
       <property name=”driverClassName”
          value=”oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver” />
       <property name=”url”
          value=”jdbc:oracle:thin:@localhost:1521:server” />
       <property name=”username” value=”scott” />
       <property name=”password” value=”tiger” />
< /bean>

To make use of BasicDataSource as dependency in a spring application we need to place two jar files in classpath.

  1. commons-dbcp.jar
  2. commons-pool.jar

Note: –As we are using Oracle-Driver we need to place classes12.jar also in classpath.

Step 3: –In DAO methods get the database connection using “datasource”.

e.g.: –

public class AccountDAO
{
     DataSource datasource;
     --------------------------
     Public float getBalance (int accno) throws
AccountNotFoundException, DataAccessException
     {
           Connection con=datasource.getConnetion ();
           -----------------------
           -----------------------
     }
}

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Map based collection example and Properties example

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Que: -Map based collection example.

  1. Student.java
  2. College.java
  3. bean.xml
  4. ExecuteBean.java
package com.nit.spring;

public class Student
{
   private int rollno;
   private String name;
   public void setRollno (int rollno)
   {
       this.rollno=rollno;
   }
   public int getRollno ()
   {
       return rollno;
   }
   public void setName (String name)
   {
         this.name=name;
   }
     public String getName ()
     {
           return name;
     }
       public void displayStudentDetails ()
    {
         System.out.println (“Rollno:”+ rollno);
         System.out.println (“Name:”+ name);
    }
}

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package com.nit.spring;
import java.util.Map;

public class College
{
     private Map <Integer, Student> students;
     public void setStudents (Map<Integer, Student> students)  //HashMap object is created
     {
         this.students=students;
     }
     public Map <Integer, Student> getStudents ()
   {
         return students;
   }
}

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bean.xml

<beans>
 <bean name=”c” class “com.nit.spring.College”>
  <property name=”students”>
   <map> //knowing that HashMap object have to be create
    <entry key-“1001”>
     <bean id=”s1” class=”com.nit.spring.Student”>
      <property name=”rollno” value=”1001”/>
       <property name=”name” value=”Rama” /> 
< /bean>
< /entry>
   <entry key-“1002”>
    <bean id=”s2” class=”com.nit.spring.Student”>
     <property name=”rollno” value=”1002” />
      <property name=”name” value=”Rahim” />
< /bean>
   < /entry>
    <entry key-“1003”>
     <bean id=”s3” class=”com.nit.spring.Student”>
       <property name=”rollno” value=”1003” />
        <property name=”name” value=”David” />
< /bean>
< /entry>
< /map>
< /property>
< /bean>
< /beans>

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ExecuteBean

public class ExecuteBean
{
     public static void main (String args[]) throws Exception
     {
BeanFactory beanfactory=new XmlBeanFactory (new FileSystemResource (“collection.xml”));
       College college= (College) beanfactory.getBean (“c”);
       Map<Integer,Student> students=college.getStudents ();
       Set <Integer> keys=students.keySet (); //HashSet object created
               int count=1;
             for (Integer k:keys)
             {
                 Student s=(Student) students.get (k);
                 System.out.println (“Student”+count+”details…”);
                 s.displayStudentDetails ();
                 count++;
             }
     }
}

Que: -Properties example

  1. HelloBean.java
  2. bean.xml
  3. Main.java
package com.nit.spring;
import java.util.Propertis;

public class HelloBean
{
     Properties properties;
     public void setProperties (Properties properties)
     {
         this.properties=properties;
     }
       public Properties getProperties ()
       {
           return properties;
       }
}

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bean.xml

<beans>
     <bean name=”h” class=”com.nit.spring.HelloBean”>
           <property name=”properties”>
                 <props> //indicating the container to create the Properties object
                         <prop key=”name”>Rama< /prop>
                         <prop key=”address”>Hyderabad< /prop>
                 < /props>
           < /property>
     < /bean>
< /beans>

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public class Main
{
     public static void main (String s []) throws Exception
     {
         BeanFactory beanfactory=new XmlBeanFactory (new FileSystemResource (“collection.xml”));
         HelloBean myBean= (HelloBean) beanfactory.getBean (“h”);
         Properties p=myBean.getProperties ();
         Set (String> keys=p.stringPropertiesNames () ;
         for (String key:keys)
         {
                 System.out.println (“key+”:”+p.getProperties (key));
         }
     }
}

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