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DeLay, Gingold & Galamian: Three Legendary Violin Teachers

Posted by Nathan Weiss on April 14, 2024 at 7:16am 0 Comments

Even Itzahk Perlman had a teacher, without whom he would not be the performer he is today. It takes sacrifice to leave the stage and cultivate those who will one day take it themselves.

The saying, “Those who can’t, teach,” has never been true. Without teachers, civilized societies would have nothing. Teaching itself requires intense rigor and an ability to master the pedagogy of leading a student to discovery – all the while having the talent and patience required to get…


Due Diligence and Purchasing a Fine Stringed Instrument

Posted by Nathan Weiss on April 14, 2024 at 7:15am 0 Comments

The provenance of a great violin, viola or cello plays heavily into its value. But how that is proven is difficult – and no job for an amateur.

The challenges and sometimes great triumphs of tracking the provenance and value of art and antiques has been the subject of extensive media coverage and even movies. The 2015 biographical drama, “Woman in Gold,” tracks the story of an elderly Jewish refugee and Holocaust survivor as she and a young attorney reclaim a Gustav Klimt…


Frequently Asked Questions by Students for MPPSC Exams

Q1. What is the MPPSC Examination?
MPPSC stands for Madhya Pradesh Public Service Commission; this exam is conducted for recruitment to various posts in government departments and offices of the state of Madhya Pradesh. This exam is conducted in three Stages first is Preliminary Exams; the second stage is Mains Exams. The candidates after clearing the Prelims exam get qualified to appear for the Mains Exams and lastly, they are been called in for a personal final stage Interview. After which the candidates are been admitted at various positions in the government department.
Q2. How to clear the MPPSC Exam? / How to Prepare for MPPSC State Service Exams?
Generally, it is said that the Prelims exams are very simple to clear only if you follow the syllabus of the exam with the right strategy, but the cut off is always very high for the MPPSC Prelims Exams. That means the general category students should have at least 85 questions correct out of 100 to be in a safe zone. A candidate must study at least 4 to 5 hours if you are a newcomer. This exam is for a check on you how much you know but also how well you know that subject, so that is why one much revises all the subjects as much as possible for your preparation on MPPSC. Try revising sample papers of MPPSC Examination or UPSC of past years, which is a perfect and reliable guide for studies. These papers will give you an overview of what you need to study, the pattern, what questions to expect. You need to practice these questions as frequently as possible to help you get access of how to prepare for these exams and to calm your nervy moments. Also keep yourself well informed related to the current affairs, read books and article related to the specialization of your field which will help you a great deal and most importantly remove all the fear of the examination and prepare yourself to perform the best in the exams
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Q3. How Many Attempts are allowed?
Candidates of General Category can give MPPSC examinations any number of times till the age of 40 years. For SC/ST there is further relaxation of age.
Q4. What is the educational qualification needed to appear in the MPPSC exam?
The candidates should have a graduation or equivalent from a recognized University.
Candidates possessing professional and technical qualifications, which are recognized by the State Government as equivalent to a professional or technical degree, would also be eligible for the admissions to the examinations.
Q5. What are the eligibility criteria for MPPSC Examination?
• The Candidate should be a citizen of India
• The aspirants should be a degree holder or a graduate from a recognized University
• Indian students with a degree from abroad should have their degree recognized by UGC.
Find the latest updated MPPSC Notes prepared by MPPSC toppers and subject experts.
Q6. The current pattern for State Service Examination?
The State Service Examination is a 3 Stage exam which is held every year
Stage 1: Preliminary Exam
Stage 2: Mains Exam
Stage 3: Personal Interview
Q7. What are Preliminary Examinations?
Preliminary Exams consist of objective questions with no penalty or no negative marking for wrong answers.
Paper 1- General Studies is of 200 marks with 2 hours
Paper 2- CSAT (Civil Service Aptitude Test) is of 200 marks with 2 hours
CSAT is a qualifying paper with minimum qualifying marks which is fixed at 33%.
There is a cut-off in the Preliminary Exams, which varies every year and is decided by the MPPSC.
Q8. What is the Main Examination?
The Mains Exams consists of 6 papers. The patter of the Mains Examination is as follows:
General Studies
Paper 1(GS-I) – 300 marks – 3 hours
Paper 2(GS-II) – 300 marks – 3 hours
Paper 3(GS-III) – 300 marks – 3 hours
Paper 4(GS- IV-ethics) – 200 marks – 3 hours
Paper 5(General Hindi) – 200 marks – 3 hours
Paper 6(Essay Writing in Hindi) – 100 marks – 2 hours
Total Marks (Mains) – 1400 marks
Q9. What is the final stage Interview or Personality Test in the MPPSC examination?
Students who clear the mains exams get qualified for Interview by MPPSC. The Interview is of 175 marks.

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