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    • Interview Questions from Fundamentals of Computers September 14, 2014
      Interview session for Computer Operator is approaching very close and I’ve compiled around 200 questions to review and build up your confidence before you enter. Make sure you can tackle these questions comfortably. You are most welcome to http://icttrends.com/discussion/computer-fundamentals if you want us to help you answer any of the questions you’re conf […]
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    • Interview Questions from Computer Networking, Telecom Basics And Online Services for Computer Operators September 9, 2014
      I’ve compiled nearly hundred questions that can be asked during interview session. The questions are composed from Computer Networking, Telecom Basics and Online Services. Make sure you can answer these questions confidently. If you are confused on any, you are welcome to participate in discussion at http://icttrends.com/discussion/computer-networking/ Pleas […]
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    • What are HTML Frames and how to create them September 3, 2014
      HTML Frames HTML Frames is a technique to divide the browser window into multiple sections. Each  of these sections can load a separate HTML document. Frameset technique emerged as a solution where the data in only one or two parts of a page needs to be changing and all other remain static. For example in any web […] The post What are HTML Frames and how to […]
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    • Top Experts from August 2014 Awarded September 2, 2014
      ICT Trends is growing as the most reliable one stop portal to prepare Computer Operator Exam conducted by Public Service Commission and many other organizations. This success would never be possible without the help of our loyal users. The usefulness of ICT Trends is greatly contributed by our experts by offering their valuable replies in the forum. I’d […] […]
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    • How to Copy and Paste Formula in MS Word Table? September 1, 2014
      MS Word allows to use most of the formula like in MS Excel. Because Word do not offer column headings such as A, B, C, D… and row numbers 1, 2, 3,… students gets confused in composing formula. However, you can assume first column and column A, second as column B and so on. Similarly, […] The post How to Copy and Paste Formula in MS Word Table? appeared first […]
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    • Solved Excel Practical Question from Set 8 Question 3 – Data Validation, Conditional Formatting & Nested IF August 30, 2014
      Here I present another video solution to Computer Operator Practical Question paper Set 8 Question No 3. The question asked to create a table in Excel and asks us to perform various tasks: Apply Data validation so that users can type exactly 7 characters only in Symbol No column. Apply Conditional formatting in such a way […] The post Solved Excel Practical […]
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    • Video Solution to Computer Operator Practical Examination Model Set 3 Question B August 29, 2014
      Some time back, I’d created Computer Operator Practical Model Question Papers to help candidates of Computer Operators of Public Service Commission (Lok Sewa Ayog) so that they can realize what kind of question will be asked in their practical examination. You can download the PDF files of those 15 different model sets by clicking here: http://icttrends.com/ […]
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    • Computer Operator Practical Question Paper Set 16 August 13, 2014
      MS Word Create a new document as ‘Aug14′ and save it with following content:                                                Enter following text and number the lines starting from 10 and with difference 3. On the Insert tab, the […] The post Computer Operator Practical Question Paper Set 16 appeared first on ICT Trends!. […]
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    • Excel Data Validation: How to accept exactly 4 characters (Not Numbers) August 2, 2014
      This post briefly explains how Excel Data Validation can be used to ensure correct data for worksheet and goes on to show how you can make required cells accept exactly 4 characters (not numbers). What is Data Validation Data validation is the process of checking entered data before it gets accepted for storage or further processing. Data validation […] The […]
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    • Computer Milestones – Trace the history July 31, 2014
      The Historical Milestones in The Development of Computers Computers emerged as the most powerful and useful devices, that shape up the modern world, out of the gradual improvement and innovation of calculating devices and mathematics. Here, in this post, we present the major computer milestones. Computer Milestones – Early Ages Distant Past Milestones   17th […]
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Wonder how I access and Manage my VPS? These are the simple tools!

Once you buy VPS to host your Blog, you need a few tools so that you can access and manage it comfortably. In this post, I briefly discuss about the basics of VPS and reveal the tools I’m using to access and manage my VPS. You are welcome to join the discussion and offer some recommendations if you have.

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To host your blogs, having your own VPS offers some enticing benefits over the hindrances in shared hosting (see Why I switched from HostGator shared account to DigitalOcean VPS). Economical, Total control over your blog, flexibility and scalability, dedicated IP address (free from bad neighborhood) are some of the startling benefits you can’t ignore.

 

Setting up some of these tools in your PC is a comfort while accessing and managing your VPS (Virtual Private Server). This is an attempt to let you know it earlier before you draw wrong conclusion that managing VPS is an impossible task!  For this post, I assume you are a complete novice entering into the VPS and Linux world very recently. I hope it will help you to be aware of the tools you need to manage and monitor your VPS remotely.

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HostGator to DigitalOcean – Why & How for WordPress Blog

Finally successful to move my wordpress blogs from shared hosting of HostGator to DigitalOcean VPS hosting. Find here why and how I did the migration.

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I used ‪#‎HostGatgor‬ for quite long time and always believed that I selected the best hosting provider. I’m sure many of you too are proud to use HostGator or BlueHost or any other shared hosting. But are you aware of following fact? I heard about VPS but it was always out of my list thinking it is expensive and complicated to mange. I don’t know about Linux and no idea to installing and configuring servers. Now I use ‪#‎DigitalOcean‬ an unmanaged VPS server for $10/month (this is same as Baby Plan in HostGator, isn’t it? I choose the plan because I already have 3 blogs to host but you can start with $5 plan. Click the link below to read my story and make better decision – Do you still need to continue using shared hosting? http://bivori.com/hostgator-to-digitalocean/

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Filming in Nepal – Introduction ~ bivori

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This blog the first comprehensive guide for foreign filmmakers for filming in Nepal.

Suresh Khanal‘s insight:

Through the course of this blog, I’ll present the general information and introduction to the Ministry of Information and Communication, Film Development Board, the country Nepal, Historical and Archaeological places, National Parks and Conservation Areas. I will describe the process and procedure of obtaining filming permit, documents required to produce while applying for permit, and every ins and outs of filming in Nepal. Finally, I’ll also present the list of local agencies that can act as coordinator for you.

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Conceptual Database Model – MCQ Sets

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While developing a new (software) system or upgrading an existing one (to automate any organization), there requires creating new software applications at the frontend and a well designed database at the backend. Any success of the modern enterprise critically rely on the ability to design databases and associated software.

This post describes conceptual database model in the context of software development life cycle and database design. It defines, explains and lists the features of conceptual database mode.

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Suresh Khanal‘s insight:

A conceptual data model is a summary-level data model that is most often used on strategic data projects. In simple words, it is the most simple representation of database you are going to develop. It typically describes an entire enterprise.  Due to its highly abstract nature, it may be referred to as a conceptual model.

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The Road to the Final Four: Obstacles Abound | SayCampusLife: Campus News, Sports and Events

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RT @WriterKeegan The Road to the Final Four: Obstacles Abound — http://t.co/0gluCwbM0j #finalfour #basketball #sports

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Why Energy Saving LED and Solar Lamps?

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Energy Saving LED Lamps
Apollo Horticulture GLLED Full Spectrum LED
Grow Light for Indoor Plant GrowingEnergy Saving LED Lamps are a newer alternatives to our traditional lamps.

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THREE WAYS YOU COULD BEAT EVERY COMPETITIVE EXAMS

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A lot of students, even talented ones find it extremely difficult to cope up with competitive exams and crack it through a list of questions in a certain time. Every students dream to make it throu…

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