How to Get Rid of an iMesh Search


iMesh is a peer-to-peer file sharing application that connects you to popular networks. However, iMesh is bundled with a slew of third-party applications that are considered by some to be invasive and possibly harmful to your computer. One such application is the iMesh Toolbar. This provides your Internet browser with a built-in search engine that is displayed on the toolbar. If you feel that the iMesh bar is cluttering your browser, you can uninstall it.
Instructions
1.
o 1
Click on the “Start” menu, type “appwiz.cpl” into the Search field and press “Enter” to launch the Windows Add/Remove Programs utility.
o 2
Scroll through the list of currently installed applications on your computer and select “iMesh Bar.”
o 3
Click Uninstall.” Click “Yes” to confirm your decision. Allow the uninstall to finish and close out of the “Add/Remove Programs” utility when finished.
o 4
Launch Internet Explorer. Click the “Tools” menu and select “Manage Add-ons.” Select “iMesh Toolbar” and click “Remove.”
If you use Mozilla Firefox, click the “Firefox” menu and select “Add-ons.” Click the “Extensions” tab and select “iMesh Toolbar.” Click “Uninstall” or “Remove” and allow the process to finish. Restart your Web browser.

Tips & Warnings
• If you are no longer using the iMesh software, remove it with “Add/Remove Programs,” selecting “iMesh” instead of “iMesh Bar.”
Instructions
1. Disable File Sharing
o 1
Launch iMesh on your computer.
o 2
Click “Search” in the left pane and then click “Options” at the top of the Window.
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o 3
Click “Security,” check the box next to “Don’t Share Files On This Computer” and click “OK.”
2. Disable iMesh
o 4
Click “Start,” type “msconfig” into the search field and press “Enter” to open the System Configuration window.
o 5
Click the “Startup” tab.
o 6
Uncheck the box next to “iMesh.”
o 7
Click “Apply” and “OK.”
o 8
Restart your computer.

INTERGROUP RELATION ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF RIVERS STATE UP TO 1999.


INTRODUCTION.
Economic development generally refers to the sustained, concerted actions of policymakers and communities that promote the standard of living and economic health of a specific area. Economic development can also be referred to as the quantitative and qualitative changes in the economy. Such actions can involve multiple areas including development of human capital, critical infrastructure, regional competitiveness, environmental sustainability, social inclusion, health, safety, literacy, and other initiatives. Economic development differs from economic growth. Whereas economic development is a policy intervention endeavor with aims of economic and social well-being of people, economic growth is a phenomenon of market productivity and rise in GDP. Consequently, as economist Amartya Sen points out: “economic growth is one aspect of the process of economic development.
The scope of economic development includes the process and policies by which a nation improves the economic, political, and social well-being of its people.
The University of Iowa’s Center for International Finance and Development states that:
‘Economic development’ is a term that economists, politicians, and others have used frequently in the 20th century. The concept, however, has been in existence in the West for centuries. Modernization, Westernization, and especially Industrialization are other terms people have used when discussing economic development. Although no one is sure when the concept originated, most people agree that development is closely bound up with the evolution of capitalism and the demise of feudalism.
Mansell and Wehn also state that economic development has been understood since the World War II to involve economic growth, namely the increases in per capita income, and (if currently absent) the attainment of a standard of living equivalent to that of industrialized countries. Economic development can also be considered as a static theory that documents the state of an economy at a certain time. According to Schumpeter (2003), the changes in this equilibrium state to document in economic theory can only be caused by intervening factors coming from the outside.
The study of economic development by social scientists encompasses theories of industrial/economic modernization causes, the historical phases or waves of economic development, and the organizational aspects of enterprise development in modern societies. Economic development embraces sociological research on a variety of topics including: business organization, enterprise development, evolution of markets and management, and cross-national comparisons of industrial organization patterns. One example inquiry would be: “Why are levels of direct foreign investment and labour productivity significantly higher in some countries than in others?” In economics, the study of economic development was borne out of an extension to traditional economics that focused entirely on national product, or the aggregate output of goods and services. Economic development was concerned in the expansion of people’s entitlements and their corresponding capabilities, morbidity, nourishment, literacy, education, and other socio-economic indicators. Borne out of the backdrop of Keynesian, advocating government intervention, and neoclassical economics, stressing reduced intervention, with rise of high-growth countries (Singapore, South Korea, Hong Kong) and planned governments (Argentina, Chile, Sudan, Uganda), economic development, more generally development economics, emerged amidst these mid-20th century theoretical interpretations of how economies prosper. Also, economist Albert O. Hirschman, a major contributor to development economics, asserted that economic development grew to concentrate on the poor regions of the world, primarily in Africa, Asia and Latin America yet on the outpouring of fundamental ideas and models.[
In River state, economic growth and economic development are two synonymous factors which outlined competitiveness as the driving factor for successful economic development in government and industry. By addressing technology directly, to meet customer needs, competitiveness was fostered in the surrounding environment and resulted in greater economic performance and sustained growth
Economic development typically involves improvements in a variety of indicators such as literacy rates, life expectancy, and poverty rates. GDP does not take into account other aspects such as leisure time, environmental quality, freedom, or social justice; alternative measures of economic well-being have been proposed (more). Essentially, a country’s economic development is related to its human development, which encompasses, among other things, health and education. These factors are, however, closely related to economic growth so that development and growth often go together.
In its broadest sense, policies of economic development encompass three major areas:
• Governments undertaking to meet broad economic objectives such as price stability, high employment, and sustainable growth. Such efforts include monetary and fiscal policies, regulation of financial institutions, trade, and tax policies.
• Programs that provide infrastructure and services such as highways, parks, affordable housing, crime prevention, and K–12 education.
• Job creation and retention through specific efforts in business finance, marketing, neighborhood development, workforce development, small business development, business retention and expansion, technology transfer, and real estate development. This third category is a primary focus of economic development professionals.
One growing understanding in economic development is the promotion of regional clusters and a thriving metropolitan economy. In today’s global landscape, location is vitally important and becomes a key in competitive advantage. The cluster of similar industries, specialties, skilled laborforce, and technologies help lower transaction costs and foster a growing environment of commerce, entrepreneurship, exports, and other market productive activities. Additionally, local services such as restaurants, stores, and trades experience growth as well, helping to develop a vibrant region for the wider community. Even the U.S.’s Economic Development Administration recognizes the importance of clusters with their continued Regional Innovation Clusters initiative which aims to “create jobs and grow the economy” through the geographic concentrations of industries and firms in their need for talent, technology, and infrastructure.
International trade and exchange rates are a key issue in economic development. Currencies are often either under-valued or over-valued, resulting in trade surpluses or deficits.
Organization
Economic development has evolved into a professional industry of highly specialized practitioners. The practitioners have two key roles: one is to provide leadership in policy-making, and the other is to administer policy, programs, and projects. Economic development practitioners generally work in public offices on the state, regional, or municipal level, or in public-private partnerships organizations that may be partially funded by local, regional, state, or federal tax money. These economic development organizations (EDO’s) function as individual entities and in some cases as departments of local governments. Their role is to seek out new economic opportunities and retain their existing business wealth.
There are numerous other organizations whose primary function is not economic development work in partnership with economic developers. They include the news media, foundations, utilities, schools, health care providers, faith-based organizations, and colleges, universities, and other education or research institutions.
Community Competition
One unintended consequence of economic development is the intense competition between communities, states, and nations for new economic development projects in today’s globalized world. With the struggle to attract and retain business, competition is further intensified by the use of many variations of economic incentives to the potential business such as: tax incentives, investment capital, donated land, utility rate discounts, and many others. IEDC places significant attention on the various activities undertaken by economic development organizations to help them compete and sustain vibrant communities.
Additionally, the use of community profiling tools and database templates to measure community assets versus other communities is also an important aspect of economic development. Job creation, economic output, and increase in taxable basis are the most common measurement tools. When considering measurement, too much emphasis has been placed on economic developers for “not creating jobs.” However, the reality is that economic developers do not typically create jobs, but facilitate the process for existing businesses and start-ups to do so. Therefore, the economic developer must make sure that there are sufficient economic development programs in place to assist the businesses achieve their goals. Those types of programs are usually policy-created and can be local, regional, statewide and national in nature.
INTERGROUP RELATION
There is no doubt that no group of people can live in isolation of the other. No state or region can completely ignore her neighbours. The political and economic survival of any state depends on the type of relationship she maintains with her neighbours. The group relation implies series of contacts between different states or peoples, usually in form of trade, diplomatic ties, management of trade routes, boundaries and water resources and was among others. The need for such inter group relations in the early times was to ensure good relations with one another. To ensure this, a state would have to recognize the territorial integrity of other states in its neighbourhood. Also, it would have to promote peaceful relations through trade, inter-state tours by the rulers or their representatives, inter-marriages and the establishment of diplomatic relations.

WHAT IS PERSONALITY


Personality is the particular combination of emotional, attitudinal, and behavioral response patterns of an individual. Different personality theorists present their own definitions of the word based on their theoretical positions.[

Beginning of personality study

The study of personality started with Hippocratesfour humours and gave rise to four temperaments.[2] The explanation was further refined by his successor Galen during the second century CE. The Four Humours theory held that a person’s personality was based on the balance of bodily humours; yellow bile, black bile, phlegm and blood.[3] Choleric people were characterized as having an excess of yellow bile, making them irascible. High levels of black bile was indicative of melancholy and pessimism. Phlegmatic people were thought to have an excess of phlegm, leading to their sluggish, calm temperament. Finally, people thought to have high levels of blood were said to be sanguine and were characterized by their cheerful, passionate dispositions. [4]

2B. WHAT ARE THE IMPORTANCE OF PERSONALITY TESTING TO A TEACHER.

Personality test

A personality test is a questionnaire or other standardized instrument designed to reveal aspects of an individual’s character or psychological makeup. The first personality tests were developed in the early 20th century and were intended to ease the process of personnel selection, particularly in the armed forces. Since these early efforts of these test, a wide variety of personality tests have been developed, notably the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), the MMPI, and a number of tests based on the Five Factor Model of personality. Today, personality tests are used in a range of contexts, including individual and relationship counseling, career planning, and employee selection and development.

 Overview

There are many different types of personality tests(7). The most common type, the self-report inventory, also commonly referred to as objective personality tests, involves the administration of many questions, or “items”, to test-takers who respond by rating the degree to which each item reflects their behaviour, and can be scored objectively. The term item is used because many test questions are not actually questions; they are typically statements on questionnaires that allow respondents to indicate level of agreement (using a Likert scale or, more accurately, a Likert-type scale). A sample item on a personality test, for example, might ask test-takers to rate the degree to which they agree with the statement “I talk to a lot of different people at parties” by using a scale of 1 (“strongly disagree”) to 5 (“strongly agree”). The most widely used objective tests of personality is the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) which was originally designed to distinguish individuals with different psychological problems. Since then, it has become popular as a means of attempting to identify personality characteristics of people in many every-day settings. [1] In addition to self-report inventories, there are many other methods for assessing personality, including observational measures, peer-report studies, and projective tests.

SOME OF THE IMPORTANCE OF PERSONALITY TESTING TO A TEACHER CAN BE OUTLINE BELOW;

1. Teachers give tests to discover the learning abilities of their students.

2. It attempts to measure an individual’s personal traits scientifically.

3. Testing, in education and psychology, is an attempt to measure a person’s knowledge, intelligence, or other characteristics in a systematic way.

4. Teachers give tests to discover the learning abilities of their students.

5. They also give tests to see how well students have learned a particular subject.

6. Some teachers gives tests in order to help people choose a vocation, and to help them understand their own personality better.

7. They are important for allowing students to let off steam.

8.

 

Examples of personality tests

  • The first modern personality test was the Woodworth Personal data sheet, which was first used in 1919. It was designed to help the United States Army screen out recruits who might be susceptible to shell shock.
  • The Rorschach inkblot test was introduced in 1921 as a way to determine personality by the interpretation of abstract inkblots.
  • The Thematic Apperception Test was commissioned by the Office of Strategic Services (O.S.S.) in the 1930s to identify personalities that might be susceptible to being turned by enemy intelligence.
  • The 16PF Questionnaire (16PF) was developed by Raymond Cattell and his colleagues in the 1940s and 1950s in a search to try to discover the basic traits of human personality using scientific methodology. The test was first published in 1949, and is now in its 5th edition, published in 1994. It is used in a wide variety of settings for individual and marital counseling, career counseling and employee development, in educational settings, and for basic research.
  • The Five Factor Personality Inventory – Children (FFPI-C) was developed to measure personality traits in children based upon the Five Factor Model (Big Five personality traits).[5]

 

ANAMBRA STATE, HOME FOR ALL


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WHAT SO EVER A MAN SOWETH…


WHAT SO EVER A MAN SOWETH, HE SHALL SURELY REAP!!!

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ANAMBRA STATE, HOME FOR ALL


If you are not 4rm Anambra, U didn’t marry 4rm Anambra, U don’t have an in law 4rm Anambra,Urmaternal home is not in Anambra, my dear you dey miss plenty goodies! CHECKOUT WAT GOD HAS GIVEN TODISGREATSTATE. Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe…..1st President Of Nigeria, Chief Alex Ekwueme…1st Vice President Of Nigeria, Nwafor Orizu….1st Senate President Of Nigeria, Chief Emeka Anyaoku…….1st Nigerian Common Wealth Secretary General, Prof. Kenneth Dike……1st Nigerian Vice Chancellor, Prof. Stella Chinwe Okunna…..1st Female Prof in Mass Communication, Chike Obi………1st man to solve mathematics without Calculator, Phillip Emeagwali aka Bill Gate of Africa (world computer wizard)……, Chinua Achebe…….The most rated black man Writer, Chinwe Chukwuogo……1st Female Artist to draw Queen Elizabeth 11, Chi Amanda Ngoziadichie…….She won award on what she wrote about Common Wealth,  Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu…….1st University Graduate Army Officer in Nigeria, Gen. Chikadibia Obiakor……..1st Nigerian to become the UN Assistant Security General, Sir Louis Odumegwu Ojukwu………1st West African Millionaire and 1st Nigerian to build a house at Ikoyi, 1st African to lend car to convey Queen of England, He brought in Stock Exchange to Nigeria. Coscharis……1st Nigerian to bring in Car Assembling Plant,  Innoson….1st Nigerian to have Full Car Manufacturing Plant in Nigeria,  Onitsha Main Market….The Largest Market in West African, Nkwo Nnewi aka Japan of Africa….1st place to Assemble and Manufacture motorcycles in Nigeria, Ogbunike Cave….the largest cave in West Africa, Godwin Achebe…1st Captain for National Team and the Longest Captain for 13yrs, Col Ifeanyi Ifeajuna….1st person to win gold medal for Nigeria at International Competition, Father Cyprain Iwene Tansi…1st Nigerian to become a Saint, Cardinal Francis Arinze….1st black man that nearly become a Pope, Anambra State….1st State to Kidnap a sitting Governor Gov, Peter Obi.. 1st Governor to get tenure interpretation inNigeria. Dame Virgy Etiaba ….the 1st female state Executive Governor inNigeria, LONG LIVE ANAMBRA STATE, LONG LIVE NIGERIA! Anambra kwezuenu ooooo!