Happy New Year 2018 from ‘Regins’

Bells ring on churches, elders giving me sweets, friends greet, calendar changes, children screams happy new year.

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On this wonderful occasion, Regins is thankful to all its followers, people helping in comment section, following JRT Institute and to all the people helping us. As like our past year, we are working to post latest updates and news based on ProgrammingOnline TricksJRT Institute & Tamil Nadu Board ExamsComputer Science and Education. Stay connected with us.

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We wish all our friends and followers Happy New Year and we pray to god that this new year should bring you happiness all the 12 months and should make your sorrows vanish.

Happy New Year from the team Regins.


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Maria Irudaya Regilan J

(ECA at Regins)

Posted in Education, JRT Institute, Online Tricks, Programming

Computer Computations

Commonly operated machine particularly used for Trade, Education and Research is the simple definition of computer thought to me on my school days. Computers made our jobs easier to finish. We use it almost everywhere. We know that computers only understand binary numbers i.e., 0‘s and 1‘s. So, these computers are also called “Binary Computers”. Let us take a look on it and its further improvements.

Binary Computers

A binary code represents text, computer processor instructions, or other data using any two-symbol system, but often the binary number system‘s 0 and 1. The binary code assigns a pattern of binary digits (bits) to each character, instruction.


The American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII),uses a 7-bit binary code to represent text and other characters within computers, communications equipment, and other devices. Each letter or symbol is assigned a number from 0 to 127.

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  • This can be easily represented by electronic devices and for which calculation can be carried out using reasonably simple active electronics.
  • Binary data is also reasonable simple to store – again only needing a two state storage (on/off – 1/0).


  • Difficult to read.
  • takes a lot of digits to represent any reasonable number.
  • rounding off numbers is the main problem.

Ternary Computers

ternary computer (also called trinary computer) is a computer that uses ternary logic (three possible values) instead of the more common binary logic (two possible values) in its calculations.


Ternary computing is commonly implemented in terms of balanced ternary, which uses the three digits −1, 0, and +1. The negative value of any balanced ternary digit can be obtained by replacing every + with a − and vice versa. It is easy to subtract a number by inverting the + and − digits and then using normal addition. Balanced ternary can express negative values as easily as positive ones, without the need for a leading negative sign as with decimal numbers. These advantages make some calculations more efficient in ternary than binary. Considering that digit signs are mandatory, and non zero digits are magnitude 1 only, notation using only zero and signs alone is more concise than when 1’s are used.

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With the advent of mass-produced binary components for computers, ternary computers have diminished in significance. The Josephson junction has been proposed as a balanced ternary memory cell, using circulating superconducting currents, either clockwise, counterclockwise, or off. The advantages of the proposed memory circuit are capability of high speed computation, low power consumption and very simple construction with fewer elements due to the ternary operation. In 2009, a quantum computer was proposed which uses a quantum ternary state, a qutrit, rather than the typical qubit. When the number of basic states of quantum element is d, it is called qudit.



  • The advantages of using ternary logic is to do our computing would be that we can hold the same amount of information in less memory, and we can process more information at once.


  • Ternary computing relies on three-state “trits” rather than two-state bits.

Quaternary Computers

Quaternary is the base-4 numeral system. It uses the digits 0, 1, 2 and 3 to represent any real number. Four is the largest number within the subitizing range and one of two numbers that is both a square and a highly composite number (the other being 36), making quaternary a convenient choice for a base at this scale. Despite being twice as large, its radix economy is equal to that of binary. However, it fares no better in the localization of prime numbers.


Quantum computers are still binary – “quantum binary”, they can have arbitrary superpositions of 0 and 1. 0 and 1 are special cases of a superposition.


Catch our blog with more ideas and programming tricks. You can see them in our categories list. Catch some of the cheat sheets of programming languages like Python, Java, MySql and some other cools tricks.


Maria Irudaya Regilan J

Posted in Education, JRT Institute

Tamil Nadu New Draft Syllabus

தமிழ்நாடு கலைத்திட்ட வடிவமைப்பு – 2017

” தமிழ்நாடு கலைத்திட்ட வடிவமைப்புக் குழுவின் பாடவாரியான
அறிக்கைகள் மற்றும் ஒன்று முதல் பன்னிரெண்டு வகுப்பு வரையிலான
அனைத்துப் பாடங்களுக்கும் உரிய வரைவு பாடத்திட்டம் 20.11.2017
அன்று மாண்புமிகு தமிழக முதலமைச்சர் அவர்களால்
மாண்புமிகு பள்ளிக் கல்வித் துறை அமைச்சர் முன்னிலையில்

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கல்வியாளர்கள் உள்ளிட்ட பொதுமக்கள் இணைய வழி கருத்துக்
கேட்பு படிவம் மூலமாக அல்லது கடிதம் மூலமாகவோ 28.11.2017 வரை
தங்களது கருத்துக்களை தெரிவிக்கலாம்.

மாநிலக் கல்வியியல் ஆராய்ச்சி
மற்றும் பயிற்சி நிறுவனம். “


You can check out the new draft syllabus at here. You can also post your feedback till November 28th, 2017.

Also, download SSLC Mathematics formulae book and check our blog for more information.


Maria Irudaya Regilan J

Posted in Education, JRT Institute

The TN Board Exams

As we know that our Tamil Nadu Minister of Education has taken various steps to increase literacy rate on the state. As a part of this step, he has announced the borad exam time table for the year 2017-18 before the academic class starts.

Time Table for class 10

March 16 : Language paper I

March 21 : Language paper II

March 26 : English paper I

April 4 : English paper II

April 10 : Mathematics

April 17 : Science

April 20 : Social Science

Time Table for class 11

March 7 : Language paper I

March 8 : Language paper II

March 13 : English paper I

March 14 : English paper II

March 21 : General Mathematics

March 23: Commerce

March 27 : Physics / Economics

April 3 : Computer Science

April 9 : Biology / Business Mathematics

April 13 : Chemistry / Accountancy

Time Table for class 12

March 1 : Language paper I

March 2 : Language paper II

March 5 : English paper I

March 6 : English paper II

March 9 : Commerce

March 12 : General Mathematics

March 19 : Physics / Economics

March 26 : Chemistry / Accountancy

April 2 : Biology / Business Mathematics

April 6 : Computer Science
All the Best for students who are facing board exams.


Maria Irudaya Regilan J