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Friday, August 26, 2011

PowerPoint Presentation On World's Most Powerful Women

PPT On World's Most Powerful Women


World's most powerful women
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1.Angela Merkel is the first female Chancellor of Germany. In 2007, she became the second woman to chair the G8, after Margaret Thatcher. She played a central role in the negotiation of the Treaty of Lisbon and the Berlin Declaration. In domestic policy, health care reform and problems concerning future energy development have thus far been major issues of her tenure.

2.Hillary Clinton is the 67th United States Secretary of State, serving in the administration of President Barack Obama. She was a United States Senator for New York from 2001 to 2009. As the wife of the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton, she was the First Lady of the United States from 1993 to 2001.

3.Dilma Vana Rousseff is the president of Brazil. She is the first woman to hold the office. Prior to that, in 2005, she was also the first woman to become Chief of Staff of Brazil, appointed by then President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. In 2005, a political crisis triggered by a corruption scandal led to the resignation of Chief of Staff José Dirceu.

4.Indra Nooyi is the chairman and chief executive officer of PepsiCo. Nooyi joined PepsiCo in 1994 and was named president and CFO in 2001. Nooyi has directed the company's global strategy for more than a decade and led PepsiCo's restructuring. In 2007 she became the fifth CEO in PepsiCo's 44-year history.

5.Sheryl Sandberg is the chief operating officer of Facebook. Prior to Facebook, Sheryl was Vice President of Global Online Sales and Operations at Google.

6.Melinda Gates, an American philanthropist and wife of Bill Gates. She is the co-founder and co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and a former unit manager for several Microsoft products such as Publisher, Microsoft Bob, Encarta, and Expedia.

7.Sonia Gandhi is the Chairperson of the ruling United Progressive Alliance and the president of the Congress National party. Her foreign birth has been a subject of much debate and controversy. Although Sonia is actually the fifth foreign-born person to be leader of the Congress Party, she is the first since independence in 1947.

8.Michelle Obama is the first lady of the United States. Throughout 2007 and 2008, she helped campaign for her husband's presidential bid and delivered a keynote address at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. She has become a fashion icon and role model for women, and an advocate for poverty awareness and healthy eating.

9.Christine Lagarde is the managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Previously, she held various ministerial posts in the French government. Lagarde was the first woman ever to become minister of Economic Affairs of a G8 economy, and is the first woman to ever head the IMF.

10.Irene Blecker Rosenfeld is the Chairman and CEO of Kraft Foods. She has worked for 25 years in the food and beverage industry.

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

PowerPoint Presentation On ANNA HAZARE FAST

Anna Hazare's Fast For Jan Lokpal Bill


Anna Hazare video from Tihar compound recorded by Dr. Kiran Bedi

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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

PowerPoint Presentation On ANNA HAZARE



Anna Hazare Agitation PPT


Mahatma Anna Hazare By {Qasim Chaudhary}

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

PowerPoint Presentation On Alzheimer's Disease

PPT On Alzheimer's Disease



2. The Impact of AD
Once considered a rare disorder, Alzheimer’s disease is now seen as a major public health problem that is seriously affecting millions of older people and their families.

3. What is Alzheimer’s disease (AD)?
Alzheimer’s disease is an irreversible, progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills.
Although the risk of developing AD increases with age – in most people with AD, symptoms first appear after age 60 – AD is not a part of normal aging. It is caused by a fatal disease that affects the brain.

4. AD is the most common cause of dementia among people age 65 and older.
Scientists estimate that around 4.5 million people now have AD.
For every 5-year age group beyond 65, the percentage of people with AD doubles.
By 2050, 13.2 million older people are expected to have AD if the current numbers hold and no preventive treatments become available.

5. Inside the Human Brain
To understand Alzheimer’s disease, it’s important to know a bit about the brain…
The Brain’s Vital Statistics
Adult weight:about 3 pounds
Adult size: a medium cauliflower
Number of neurons: 100,000,000,000 (100 billion)
Number of synapses (the gap between neurons): 100,000,000,000,000 (100 trillion)

6. Inside the Human Brain
The Three Main Players
1. Cerebral Hemispheres – where sensory information received from the outside world is processed; this part of the brain controls voluntary movement and regulates conscious thought and mental activity:
accounts for 85% of brain’s weight
consists of two hemispheres connected by the corpus callosum
is covered by an outer layer called the cerebral cortex
2. Cerebellum – in charge of balance and coordination:
takes up about 10% of brain
consists of two hemispheres
receives information from eyes, ears, and muscles and joints about body’s movements and position
3.Brain Stem – connects the spinal cord with the brain
relays and receives messages to and from muscles, skin, and other organs
controls automatic functions such as heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing

7. Other Crucial Parts
Hippocampus: where short-term memories are converted to long-term memories
Thalamus: receives sensory and limbic information and sends to cerebral cortex
Hypothalamus: monitors certain activities and controls body’s internal clock
Limbic system: controls emotions and instinctive behavior (includes the hippocampus and parts of the cortex)

8. The Brain in Action
Different mental activities take place in different parts of the brain. Positron emission tomography (PET) scans can measure this activity..

9. Neurons
The brain has billions of neurons, each with an axon and many dendrites.
To stay healthy, neurons must communicate with each other, carry out metabolism, and repair themselves.
AD disrupts all three of these essential jobs.

10. Plaques and Tangles: The Hallmarks of AD
The brains of people with AD have an abundance of two abnormal structures:
beta-amyloid plaques, which are dense deposits of protein and cellular material that accumulate outside and around nerve cells
neurofibrillary tangles, which are twisted fibers that build up inside the nerve cell

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Thursday, August 4, 2011

PowerPoint Presentation On Endangered Species

PPT On Endangered Species

PowerPoint Presentation On Earthquake

PPT On Earthquake Detection Using FM Radio

PowerPoint Presentation On Biochips

PPT On Biochips
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