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Social networking sites have made communication unchallenging and frequent. Gone are the days we would wait for hours and days to get a single letter from our loved ones. Now we can connect anyone instantly with a single tap. Social networking sites have also made our work life more comfortable. Business communication and business activities like advertising and sales are also carried out efficiently by social networking sites. Viber is one such app that smoothly facilitates communication. As of January 2019, Viber has a 260 million monthly active users. There are quite a few apps like Viber in the market, and Viber clone apps are widely used by many. Few primary features in a Viber clone app User profile The users can log in and create a profile where they can manage their personal information, profile picture, update status, etc. Free messaging and calls Users can send unlimited text messages free of cost. They can also enable voice calling and video calling. By purchasing Viber out credits, the users can also call landline and mobile numbers. Media sharing Viber clone app allows the users to share any number of photos, documents, contacts, videos, live location updates, and much more with ease. Chat settings The users can give thumbs up to text messages and images. They can also use stickers and emojis in the chat. 30% of Viber users send stickers daily. This makes conversations fun and lively. The app also allows users to carry out group chatting in which many numbers of people can be added and communicated easily at the same time. Contact with celebrities Viber clone apps allow users to contact and get in touch with stars and celebrities. This is carried out without the celebrity’s privacy being breached, and their contact information is kept private. End-to-End encrypted All the conversions carried out are end-to-end encrypted and are visible to the users who carry out the conversation alone. This keeps the privacy of the users intact. Hidden and self-destructing chats The users can carry out secret conversations by hiding the chat whenever needed and accessing it using a pin. The chats can also be automatically deleted or self-destructed if the user sets up a particular timer. Managing conversations In a group chat where many users are present the admin has the privilege of deleting unwanted messages, deciding whether users can post specific content and banning users who do not follow the community rules As of 2020, Viber has generated a revenue of $5 million. Viber is a well-established app because of the smooth interface and essential features it has. In looking for a company that offers Viber clone app development services, the company should provide solutions like extensive technical support,white-labeled solutions, high customization of the app, and a comprehensive testing process.
Why AIYCSM is better than others ?
1. It is a National Programme in Information Technology Education and Development. 2. Registered under the Trust Act - 1882 govt. of India - ALL INDIA YOUTH COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION is an autonomous institution registered under the Trust Act - 1882 govt. of India 3. A Core project register under Govt. of India N.C.T New Delhi- ALL INDIA YOUTH COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION is registered under govt. of India N.C.T New Delhi 4. Trade Mark Registered - ALL INDIA YOUTH COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION & AIYCSM LOGO is registered under Trade mark registry department, Govt. of India. Act-1999. 5. AN ISO 29990:2010 & 9001:2015 Certified - ALL INDIA YOUTH COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION IS AN ISO 29990:2010 & 9001:2015 Certified Organisation 6. Registered under labour and employment - Employment and Training Directorate under Labour and Employment Ministry, Government of India, New Delhi has permit to register trained students of ALL INDIA YOUTH COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION in Employment Exchange of every district of India under the basis of National Classification of Occupation code [N.C.O.] 7. Appreciation- AIYCSM is awarded with the Appreciation Letters from President of India, Prime Minister, Cabinet Minister, Chief Minister of different states, Governor, Information and Technology Minister and other honourable personnel of the country for its excellent work practices and a wide network. 8. Planning Commission of Govt. of India - ALL INDIA TOUTH COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION is a registered organisation from planning commission of Govt. of India, New Delhi under NGO partnership system, for organising all training program of planning commission. 9. All courses are registered under MHRD - All courses OF AIYCSM under C.R. Act of Department of Secondary and Higher Education of Ministry of Human Resource Department (MHRD). 10. 500+ Authorized Study Centre (ASC) - AIYCSM is working across whole nation with almost 500+ Authorized Study Centre (ASC) and a wide network in 24 states of the country. 11. Member of respected organisation -It’s an honour for AIYCSM for being appointed as respected Members like Computer Society of India, Microsoft. 12. Quality Education - In each centre of AIYCSM trained faculties are providing the computer education. Other than basic education other co-curricular activities like educational tour, cultural events, personality development programmes are as well emphasized by the centres of AIYCSM. 13. Online Registration - All students are registered through online mode so that they can easily trace their registration details. 14. Online Verification - AIYCSM has an attractive feature of online verification for Certificates / Mark sheets related information, so that centres and students can verify their queries related to their Certificates/ Mark sheets by using their registration number 15. Examination Mode (Online/Offline) - Examinations are organized by the centres of AIYCSM in both the mode i.e., online or offline as per the requirement and ease of the students. 16. Printed Study Material - AIYCSM provides printed study material for all students enrolled in different courses. In addition to Hindi and English, study material is available in regional languages such as Hindi and Bangla. 17. ID card - An attractive ID card is issued to all registered students under different courses of AIYCSM. 18. Transfer Facility - Students enrolled in centre of AIYCSM can get transfer facility in other centre within the state 19. University Courses - AIYCSM is also indulging in promotion of higher education at low cost to its students nationwide, for that it act as an Academic Counsellor of different university courses. 20. Placement Coordinator - AIYCSM has appointed Placement Coordinators with an aim to provide employment to the students who have passed AICSM courses. Thousands of students have been placed in different countries around the globe. 21. National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) - ALL INDIA YOUTH COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION is an authorised training partner of National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) of GOVT. of India, New Delhi, for organising skill development training programs. 22. National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM)- ALL INDIA YOUTH COMPUTER SAKSHARTA MISSION is an authorised training partner of govt. of India's National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM) Project. 23. Govt. of India Schemes - AIYCSM is an approved / registered organization to organize free skill development training program of Govt. of India and various State Govt. 24. Lowest Fees - In all centres of AIYCSM, computer education and training is provided at lowest cost while maintaining the quality of the education. For empowerment of SC/ST category and other financially weaker section of the society AIYCSM launch various scholarship programmes time to time.
History of Intelligence Testing
Among the first to investigate individual differences in mental ability was a British scientist, Sir Francis Galton, who compared people based on their awards and accomplishments. This research convinced him that intelligence was inherited and led to further studies which involved evaluating individual differences in reaction time and the range and specificity of the senses, which have since been shown to correlate with academic success. A French psychologist, Alfred Binet, developed a test to accurately predict academic success when the French government asked him to help them determine which children in the public schools would have difficulty with formal education. He, and his colleague, Theodore Simon, found that tests of practical knowledge, memory, reasoning, vocabulary, and problem solving were better predictors of school success than the sensory tests used by Galton. Subjects were asked to perform simple commands and gestures, repeat spoken numbers, name objects in pictures, define common words, tell how two objects are different, and define abstract terms. Similar items are used in today`s intelligence tests. Assuming that children all follow the same pattern of development but develop at different rates, Binet and Simon created the concept of mental age, whereby, for example, a child of any age who scored as well as an average twelve-year-old was said to have a mental age of twelve. Binet’s test was not widely used in France, but Henry Goddard, director of a school for mentally challenged students, brought it to the United States, translated it into English, and used it to test people for mental retardation. Lewis Terman, another American psychologist, adapted the test for use with adults, established new standards for average ability at each age, and called it the Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, because of his.