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Words Abbreviations

March 09, 2019 Add Comment
*Very Importent Abbreviation words which we are using in our daily life but we don,t know the meaning of these all short words*
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(F.A)
Facility of Arts.

(F.SC)
Facility of Science.

(B.A)
Bachelor of Arts.

(M.A)
Master of Arts.

(B.Sc)
Bachelor of Science.

(M.Sc)
Master of Science

(B.Sc.Ag)
Bachelor of Science in
Agriculture

(M.Sc.Ag)
Master of Science in Agriculture

(M.B.A)
Master of Business Administration.

(B.B.A)
Bachelor of Business Administration.

(M.B.B.S)
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of
 Surgery.

(CCNA)
Cesco Certified Network Associat.

(CCNP)
Cesco Certified Network Professional.

(CA)
Chartered Accountant.

(ACCA)
Associat Certified Chartered Accountant.

(CSS)
Center Superior Service.

(I.T)
Information Technology.

(D.I.T)
Diploma of Information Technology.

(M.I.T)
Master of Information Technology.

(M.D)
Doctor of Medicine.

(D.H.M.S)
Diploma of Health and Medical Surgery.

(M.S)
Master of Surgery.

(Ph.D)
Doctor of Philosophy (Arts & Science).

(D. Sc)
Doctor of Science.

(B. Com)
Bachelor of Commerce.

(M. Com)
Master of Commerce.

(Dr)
Doctor.

(B.P)
Blood Pressure.

(Mr)
Mister.

(Mrs)
Mistress.

(M.S)
(used for female married & unmarried)
"Miss" used for unmarried girls).

(M. P)
Member of Parliament.

(M. L. A)
Member of Legislative Assembly.

(M. L. C)
Member of Legislative Council.

(P. M)
Prime Minister.

(C. M)
Chief Minister.

(M.P.A)
Member of Provincial Assembly.

(M.N.A)
Member of National Assembly.

(C-in-C)
Commander-In-Chief.

(L. D. C)
Lower Division Clerk.

(U. D. C)
Upper Division Clerk.

(Lt. Gov)
Lieutenant Governor.

(D. M)
District Magistrate.

(V. I. P)
Very Important Person.

(I. T. O)
Income Tax Officer.

(C. I. D)
Crim Investigation Department.

(C. B. I)
Central Bureau of Investigation.

(G. P. O)
General Post Office.

(H. Q)
Head Quarters.

(E. O. E)
Errors and Omissions Excepted.

(Kg)
Kilogram.

(Kn)
Kilo Newton.

(Kw)
Kilowatts.

(Gm)
Gram.

(Mg)
Milli Gram.

(Km)
Kilometer.

(MM)
Millimeter.

(Ltd)
Limited.

(M. P. H)
Miles Per Hour.

(KM. P. H)
Kilometre Per Hour.

(Am)
Ante Meridiem (or) After Midday.

(Pm)
Past Meridiem (or) Past Midday.

(P. W. D)
Public Works Department.

(C. P. W. D)
Central Public Works Department.

(PM)
Project Manager.

(PD)
Project Director.

(U. S. A)
United States of America.

(U. K)
United Kingdom (England.

(K.S.A)
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

(U.A.E)
United Arab Emirates.

(U. N. O)
United Nations Organization.

(W. H. O)
World Health Organization.

(B. B. C)
British Broadcasting Corporation.

(B. C)
Before Christ.

(A. C)
Air Conditioned.

(AC)
Alternative Current.

(DC)
Direct Current.

(S.I)
Sub Inspector (of Police).

(D.P.O)
Divisional Police Officer.

(S.H.O)
Station House Officer.

(I. G)
Inspector General (of Police).

(D. I. G)
Deputy Inspector General (of Police).

(S. S. P)
Senior Superintendent of Police.

(D. S. P)
Deputy Superintendent of Police.

(I.G.P)
Inspector General of Police.

(S.P)
Superintendent of Police.

(I.S.I)
Inter Service of Intelligence.

(S. D. M)
Sub-Divisional Magistrate.

(S. M)
Station Master.

(A. S. M)
Assistant Station Master.

(V. C)
Voice-Chancellor.

(A. G)
Accountant General.

(C. R)
Confidential Report.

(P.C.S)
Provincial Civil Service.

(M.E.S)
Military Engineering Service

(L.T.V)
Light Tactical Vehicle.

(H.T.V)
Heavy Transport Vehicle.

(EPI)
Electrical pressure injection

(ABS)
Antilock Breaking Sestem.

Full Form Of Some technical Words
VIRUS - Vital Information Resource
Under Seized.

(3G)
3rd Generation.

(4G)
4th Generation

(SMS)
Short Message Service.

(MMS) Multimedia Message Service.

(GSM)
Global System for Mobile
Communication.

(M.A.H)
Milli Ampere Hour.

(CDMA)
Code Divison Multiple
Access.

(UMTS)
Universal MobileTelecommunication
System.

(SIM)
Subscriber Identity Module

(AVI)
Audio Video Interleave

(RTS)
Real Time Streaming

(SIS)
Symbian
OS Installer File

(AMR)
Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec

(JAD)
Java Application Descriptor

(JAR)
Java Archive

(JAD)
Java Application Descriptor

(3GPP)
3rd Generation Partnership Project

(3GP)
3rd Generation Project

(H.D)
High Definition.

(MAA)
Mehboob Anwar Ansari

(MP3)
MPEG player lll

(MP4)
MPEG-4 video file
(AAC)
Advanced Audio Coding

(GIF)
Graphic Interchangeable Format

(JPEG)Joint Photographic Expert Group

(JPEG)
Joint Photographic Expert Group

(BMP)
Bitmap

(SWF)
Shock Wave Flash

(WMV)
Windows Media Video

(WMA)
Windows Media Audio

(WAV)
Waveform Audio

(PNG)
Portable Network Graphics

(DOC)
Document (MicrosoftCorporation

(PDF)
Portable Document Format

(M3G)
Mobile 3D Graphics

(M4A)
MPEG-4 Audio File

(NTH)
Nokia Theme (series 40)

(THM)
Themes (Sony Ericsson

(MMF)
Synthetic Music Mobiles  Application File

(NRT)
Nokia Ringtone

(XMF)
Extensible Music File

(WBMP)
Wireless Bitmap Image

(DVX)
DivX Video

(HTML)
Hyper Text Markup Language

(WML)
Wireless Markup Language

(CD)
Compact Disk.

(DVD)
Digital Versatile Disk.

(CRT)
Cathode Ray Tube.

(DAT)
Digital A*Very Importent Abbreviation words which we are using in our daily life but we don,t know the meaning of these all short words*
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(F.A)
Facility of Arts.

(F.SC)
Facility of Science.

(B.A)
Bachelor of Arts.

(M.A)
Master of Arts.

(B.Sc)
Bachelor of Science.

(M.Sc)
Master of Science

(B.Sc.Ag)
Bachelor of Science in
Agriculture

(M.Sc.Ag)
Master of Science in Agriculture

(M.B.A)
Master of Business Administration.

(B.B.A)
Bachelor of Business Administration.

(M.B.B.S)
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of
 Surgery.

(CCNA)
Cesco Certified Network Associat.

(CCNP)
Cesco Certified Network Professional.

(CA)
Chartered Accountant.

(ACCA)
Associat Certified Chartered Accountant.

(CSS)
Center Superior Service.

(I.T)
Information Technology.

(D.I.T)
Diploma of Information Technology.

(M.I.T)
Master of Information Technology.

(M.D)
Doctor of Medicine.

(D.H.M.S)
Diploma of Health and Medical Surgery.

(M.S)
Master of Surgery.

(Ph.D)
Doctor of Philosophy (Arts & Science).

(D. Sc)
Doctor of Science.

(B. Com)
Bachelor of Commerce.

(M. Com)
Master of Commerce.

(Dr)
Doctor.

(B.P)
Blood Pressure.

(Mr)
Mister.

(Mrs)
Mistress.

(M.S)
(used for female married & unmarried)
"Miss" used for unmarried girls).

(M. P)
Member of Parliament.

(M. L. A)
Member of Legislative Assembly.

(M. L. C)
Member of Legislative Council.

(P. M)
Prime Minister.

(C. M)
Chief Minister.

(M.P.A)
Member of Provincial Assembly.

(M.N.A)
Member of National Assembly.

(C-in-C)
Commander-In-Chief.

(L. D. C)
Lower Division Clerk.

(U. D. C)
Upper Division Clerk.

(Lt. Gov)
Lieutenant Governor.

(D. M)
District Magistrate.

(V. I. P)
Very Important Person.

(I. T. O)
Income Tax Officer.

(C. I. D)
Crim Investigation Department.

(C. B. I)
Central Bureau of Investigation.

(G. P. O)
General Post Office.

(H. Q)
Head Quarters.

(E. O. E)
Errors and Omissions Excepted.

(Kg)
Kilogram.

(Kn)
Kilo Newton.

(Kw)
Kilowatts.

(Gm)
Gram.

(Mg)
Milli Gram.

(Km)
Kilometer.

(MM)
Millimeter.

(Ltd)
Limited.

(M. P. H)
Miles Per Hour.

(KM. P. H)
Kilometre Per Hour.

(Am)
Ante Meridiem (or) After Midday.

(Pm)
Past Meridiem (or) Past Midday.

(P. W. D)
Public Works Department.

(C. P. W. D)
Central Public Works Department.

(PM)
Project Manager.

(PD)
Project Director.

(U. S. A)
United States of America.

(U. K)
United Kingdom (England.

(K.S.A)
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

(U.A.E)
United Arab Emirates.

(U. N. O)
United Nations Organization.

(W. H. O)
World Health Organization.

(B. B. C)
British Broadcasting Corporation.

(B. C)
Before Christ.

(A. C)
Air Conditioned.

(AC)
Alternative Current.

(DC)
Direct Current.

(S.I)
Sub Inspector (of Police).

(D.P.O)
Divisional Police Officer.

(S.H.O)
Station House Officer.

(I. G)
Inspector General (of Police).

(D. I. G)
Deputy Inspector General (of Police).

(S. S. P)
Senior Superintendent of Police.

(D. S. P)
Deputy Superintendent of Police.

(I.G.P)
Inspector General of Police.

(S.P)
Superintendent of Police.

(I.S.I)
Inter Service of Intelligence.

(S. D. M)
Sub-Divisional Magistrate.

(S. M)
Station Master.

(A. S. M)
Assistant Station Master.

(V. C)
Voice-Chancellor.

(A. G)
Accountant General.

(C. R)
Confidential Report.

(P.C.S)
Provincial Civil Service.

(M.E.S)
Military Engineering Service

(L.T.V)
Light Tactical Vehicle.

(H.T.V)
Heavy Transport Vehicle.

(EPI)
Electrical pressure injection

(ABS)
Antilock Breaking Sestem.

Full Form Of Some technical Words
VIRUS - Vital Information Resource
Under Seized.

(3G)
3rd Generation.

(4G)
4th Generation

(SMS)
Short Message Service.

(MMS) Multimedia Message Service.

(GSM)
Global System for Mobile
Communication.

(M.A.H)
Milli Ampere Hour.

(CDMA)
Code Divison Multiple
Access.

(UMTS)
Universal MobileTelecommunication
System.

(SIM)
Subscriber Identity Module

(AVI)
Audio Video Interleave

(RTS)
Real Time Streaming

(SIS)
Symbian
OS Installer File

(AMR)
Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec

(JAD)
Java Application Descriptor

(JAR)
Java Archive

(JAD)
Java Application Descriptor

(3GPP)
3rd Generation Partnership Project

(3GP)
3rd Generation Project

(H.D)
High Definition.

(MAA)
Mehboob Anwar Ansari

(MP3)
MPEG player lll

(MP4)
MPEG-4 video file
(AAC)
Advanced Audio Coding

(GIF)
Graphic Interchangeable Format

(JPEG)Joint Photographic Expert Group

(JPEG)
Joint Photographic Expert Group

(BMP)
Bitmap

(SWF)
Shock Wave Flash

(WMV)
Windows Media Video

(WMA)
Windows Media Audio

(WAV)
Waveform Audio

(PNG)
Portable Network Graphics

(DOC)
Document (MicrosoftCorporation

(PDF)
Portable Document Format

(M3G)
Mobile 3D Graphics

(M4A)
MPEG-4 Audio File

(NTH)
Nokia Theme (series 40)

(THM)
Themes (Sony Ericsson

(MMF)
Synthetic Music Mobiles  Application File

(NRT)
Nokia Ringtone

(XMF)
Extensible Music File

(WBMP)
Wireless Bitmap Image

(DVX)
DivX Video

(HTML)
Hyper Text Markup Language

(WML)
Wireless Markup Language

(CD)
Compact Disk.

(DVD)
Digital Versatile Disk.

(CRT)
Cathode Ray Tube.

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Do You Know?

March 04, 2019 Add Comment
DID YOU KNOW?
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1. Hot water will turn into ice faster than cold water in cold regions like Russia.
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2. The Mona Lisa now has no eyebrows.
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3. The sentence: “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog”, uses every letter in the English language.
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4. The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.
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5. Ants never sleep!
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6. “I Am” is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.
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7. Coca-Cola was originally green.
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8. The most common name in the world is Mohammed.
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9. When the moon is directly overhead, you will weigh slightly less.
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10. Camels have three eyelids to protect themselves from the blowing desert sand.
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11. There are only two words in the English language that have all five vowels in order: “abstemious” and “facetious.”
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12. The name of all the continents end with the same letter that they start with.
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13. There are two credit cards for every person in the United States.
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14. TYPEWRITER is the longest word that can be made using the letters only on one row of the keyboard.
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15. Minus 40 degrees Celsius is exactly the same as minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
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16. Chocolate can kill dogs, as it contains theobromine, which affects their heart and nervous system.
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17. Women blink nearly twice as much as men!
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18. You can't kill yourself by holding your breath.
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19. It is impossible to lick your elbow.
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20. The Guinness Book of Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from Public Libraries.
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21. People say "Bless you" when you sneeze because when you sneeze, your heart stops for a milli-second.
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22. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky
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23. The "sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick" is said to be the toughest tongue twister in the English language.
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24. “Rhythm” is the longest English word without a vowel.
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25. If you sneeze too hard, you can fracture a rib. If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can rupture a blood
vessel in your head or neck and die. .
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26.Each king in a deck of playing cards represents great king from history. Spades - King David
Clubs - Alexander the Great, Hearts - Charlemagne Diamonds - Julius Caesar.
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27. It is impossible to lick your elbow.
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28. 111,111,111 x 111,111,111 = 12,345,678,987, 654,321
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29. If a statue of a person in the park on a horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in battle.
If the horse has one front leg in the air, the person
died as a result of wounds received in battle. If the horse has a all four legs on the ground, the
person died of natural causes.
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30. What do bullet proof vests, fire escapes, windshield
wipers and laser printers all have in common?
Ans. - All invented by women.
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31. Question - This is the only food that doesn't spoil. What is this?
Ans. - Honey.
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32. A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.
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33. A snail can sleep for three years.
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34. All polar bears are left handed.
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35. American Airlines saved $40,000 in 1987 by eliminating one olive from each salad served in first-
class.
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36. Butterflies taste with their feet.
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37. Elephants are the only animals that can't jump.
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38. In the last 4000 years, no new animals have been domesticated. .
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39. On average, people fear spiders more than they do death.
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40. Stewardesses is the longest word typed with only the left hand.
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41. The ant always falls over on its right side when intoxicated.
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42.The electric chair was invented by a dentist.
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43. The human heart creates enough pressure when it pumps out to the body to squirt blood 30 feet.
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44. Rats multiply so quickly that in 18 months, two rats could have over million descendants.
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45. Wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times
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46. The cigarette lighter was invented before the match.
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47.Most lipstick contains fish scales.
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48.Like fingerprints, everyone's tongue print is different
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HOW TO MAKE YOUR RELATIONSHIP LAST

March 03, 2019 Add Comment

HOW TO MAKE YOUR RELATIONSHIP LAST:
1. Trust each other.
2. Love each other.
3. Give each other a chance when mistakes happen.
4. Do the give and take process.
5. FORGIVE.
6. Learn to lower your pride.
7. Go with the flow. Don't expect too much.
8. Understand each other's weakness.
9. LISTEN.
10. Respect each other's values and beliefs.
11. Guide and uplift each other's moral.
12. Be FAITHFUL.
13. Do not get affected on what people say about your relationship.
14. Pray and ask for the guidance.
15. Do not be controlling.
16. Jealousy is cute but don't over do it.
17. Stay strong and choose to stay.

If you had to choose between the person you love and the person who loves you, choose the one who loves you. Because it's easy to learn to love someone, but it's hard to convince someone to love you back.


You'll end up really disappointed if you think people will do for you as you do for them. Not everyone has the same heart as you.



THE REALITY OF FEAR:
-You're not scared of the dark, you're scared of what's in it.
-You're not afraid of heights, you're afraid of falling.
-You're not afraid of people around you, you're afraid of rejections.
-You're not afraid of love, you're afraid of not being loved back.
-You're not afraid to let go, you're just afraid to accept the reality that he/she is gone.
-You're not afraid to try again, you're just afraid of getting hurt by the same person/reason.

-More than 90% of people are no longer friends with someone that they once called their best friend.
True or false??

Do You have a Plan B

March 01, 2019 Add Comment
*FEW FACTS ABOUT WEALTH.*
(1.) *Your salary will never make you rich. Your boss isn't that foolish.*
(2.) Your salary is fixed, are your expenses fixed?
(3.) *If your company pays you the exact true value of the services you render, they would be running at a loss. As an employee, you are underpaid.*
(4.) Once you get HIRED, you either get FIRED or RETIRED, you may also resign when you are TIRED.
(5.) *Salary is the bribe you are given to forget your dreams, family, freedom, self-esteem, academics, social life and other personal goals.*
(6.) Your kids won't inherit your post in that company you are employed in. Employment is not hereditary.
(7.) *If your salary is not huge enough to pay your bills, leaving you with sufficient amount to save, prepare for poverty after you stop work.*
(8.) If you must work, before you eat, if you get paralysed, ill or become aged, hunger will strike you.
(9.) *Being an employee is a bit similar to being a slave, you take orders, you are regimented, when will you become a master?*
(10.) In Forbes list of the richest men in the world, show me one employee.
*A WORD IS ENOUGH FOR THE WISE:*
*Do Have a "Plan B" to take care of your posterity... Invest wisely, and never get yourself caged in the web!*