Butea monosperma

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Noun1.Butea monosperma - East Indian tree bearing a profusion of intense vermilion velvet-textured blooms and yielding a yellow dye
Butea, genus Butea - genus of East Indian trees or shrubs: dhak
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Kinshuk Debnath, Nikhil Kadam and Raynier Fernandes were all dropped from the Mohun Bagan lineup with the latter not even finding a spot on the bench.
Kinshuk Phalke, a student based in Sharjah, has also vowed to make a small difference through his actions.
Mobile phones have been employed as a language learning device to support the development of vocabulary (Chen, Hsieh, & Kinshuk, 2008), listening (Hsu, Hwang, Chang, & Chang, 2013b), speaking (Ahn & Lee, 2016), and reading (Hsu, Hwang, & Chang, 2013a) skills.
Huang and Kinshuk (2013) addressed the main issues concerned with the trend and future development of learning processes, innovative pedagogies changes, effects of new technologies on education, future learning content.
Kinshuk received a bachelor's from the University of Rajasthan in India, a master's from Strathclyde University in Scotland and a doctorate from De Montfort University in England.
10 2010 Graf, Liu Investigate how students Study of case & Kinshuk with different learning styles use the LMS regarding to their browsing behavior.
Lu, Chang, Kinshuk, Huang, and Chen (2014) conducted a case study in Canada and Taiwan to determine how a role playing game using technology affected learning.
Kinshuk, Associate Dean, Faculty of Science & Technology, Athabasca University, Canada, Mr.
We used the five-item scale developed by Chen, Chen, and Kinshuk (2009) to measure KSBs on a 5-point rating scale, ranging from 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree).
Mac Calluma, Jeffrey, and Kinshuk (2014) emphasize that teachers' and students' opinion of each other's technological proficiency and competencies diverge.
Mr Kinshuk De, Business Operations, Enterprise Security Risk Management at TCS says, "Blurring of enterprise boundaries has increased the attack surface, vulnerabilities and concerns related to web application security.
It has also become popular in educational research, for instance, to explore student satisfaction with e-learning (Chen, Lin, & Kinshuk, 2008), teacher education (Harrison & Lee, 2011), classroom encounters (Voss, 2009), and student satisfaction with the higher education experience (Douglas, McClelland, & Davies, 2008).