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Wellcome To SKB Kabupaten Tabanan

SKB Tabanan

          Pendidikan Non Formal dan Informal merupakan pendidikan yang sasarannya sangat luas dan beragam. Menyadari hal tesebut, UPTD/SKB Tabanan melaksanakan tugas teknis Pendidikan Non Formal dan Informal dalam pengembangan program serta meningkatkan SDM SKB melalui pendidikan dan latihan dalam rangka mengoptimalkan potensi yang ada, sehingga diharapkan Pendidikan Non Formal dan Informal benar–benar dirasakan peran dan manfaatnya oleh sasaran program.
            Rencana dan langkah–langkah strategis yang telah ditetapkan oleh UPTD/SKB Tabanan perlu dilakukan oleh pihak instansi terkait dan masyarakat sehingga rencana dan langkah-langkah strategis itu dapat disinergikan atau setidaknya disharing dengan pihak–pihak yang memiliki komitmen terhadap Pendidikan Non Formal dan Informal.

            Penerbitan profil ini merupakan salah satu upaya mensosialisasikan kelembagaan dan program–program sebagai gambaran singkat UPTD/SKB Tabanan. Terwujudnya SKB yang berkualitas unggul, dan prima dalam pelayanan kepada masyarakat melalui Pendidikan Non Formal dan Informal.Kedudukan SKB adalah sebagai unit Pelaksana Teknis di lingkungan Dinas Pendidikan Pemuda dan Olahraga, dipimpin oleh seorang kepala yang bertanggungjawab terhadap Pendidikan Non Formal dan Informal.


…Om Swastiastu…..
      Pendidikan dan pelatihan bagi Pendidik PAUD dan Pendidik Kesetaraan sangat perlu dilaksanakan untuk meningkatkan kompetensi Pendidik itu sendiri. Pendidik PAUD disarankan untuk membentengi siswanya…


1. Pelatihan Penyusunan KTSP
2. Kursus Kecantikan
3. Peningkatan Kualifikasi S1
4. Pendidi dan Pelatihan Paud
1. TPA Sanggar Bunga Mekar I
2. Pendidikan Kesetaraan

Pendataan SIM PNFI 2010

Pendataan SIM PNFI Tahun 2010 untuk Kabupaten Tabanan telah dilaksanakan. Data yang terkumpul sudah di entry  melalui Padati web dan sudah dikirim  lewat hard copy dan shop copy ke instansi terkait  sesuai petunjuk, sedangkan berkaitan…


SKB Kediri Kabupaten Tabanan akan menerima Warga Belajar Kejar Paket C setara SMA dengan syarat  :
1. Mempunyai ijazah SMP
2. Droup out klas II/III di SMA /sederajat dengan tanda bukti rapot 
3. Membawa paspoto 2×3 = 4 lb, 3×4 = 6 lembar


Pelaksanaan Program-program SKB Tahun 2009, telah dibuka secara resmi oleh Kepala Dinas Pendidikan Pemuda dan Olah Raga Kabupaten Tabanan Drs I Wayan Adnyana, M.Si pada tanggal 2 September 2009. Ada pun program itu antara lain : Pendidikan Kesetaraan…

Shanabananablog » 2010 » february

Honorable Mention

Filed under Uncategorized on Thursday February 25, 2010 at 8:51 pm

I just attended the Amateur Photography Contest at the Burbank Library and I won an Honorable Mention in the live color animals category. I was super excited! This was the first contest I’ve ever entered. When the picture of Edie and Ollie came up, the audience said “awww” all at once. I went by myself! Tim could not make it. I almost asked my friend Judy, but I didn’t know how it would be and I hated to take up her Thursday night. The contest has a lot of categories for kids and that made it extra fun.


From the White House Blog

Filed under Uncategorized on Friday February 19, 2010 at 9:43 am

P020610PS-0187, originally uploaded by The White House.

Isn’t this picture amazing? I have the White House as a friend so I see all the pictures they post. This one was very pretty. I believe they are going to get 2 more feet of snow!

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Stealing from Joe and Monique

Filed under Uncategorized on Friday February 5, 2010 at 10:04 am

MoniShanaTimJoe MidTimes09, originally uploaded by Mpopp.

Joe took this photo when we went to the Medieval Times. I really like it and had to share!

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    Franklin Philips and Tobin George have been buddies since childhood. They
    grew up dreaming of opening businesses and buying and selling stock.
    Barely into their teens, they convinced their parents to sign off as
    custodians of their trading account so they could legally trade stocks!

    When Franklin graduated cum laude from Pace University, he began working
    Manhattan internships with Con Edison, IBM, UBS Financial, Lehman
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    frequenting the New York City street vendors that sold grilled chicken and
    lamb mixes and kabobs.

    “The lines would extend around the block,” says Franklin. “We heard about
    these vendors virally, by word-of-mouth. The taste of the grilled meats
    served with bread and a special sauce was so good, you just had to tell

    Working in the ‘real world’ environment of mid-town Manhattan, Franklin
    continued to sharpen his skills in accounting, finance, business, and
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    the “Samosa Cabana Indian Grill.”

    Franklin told Tobin about his idea, and the two friends soon became
    partners. They decided they wanted to build a new hip yet casual Indian
    grill focused on quality Indian ‘grab and go’ fast food with a young and
    contemporary attitude.”

    The two entrepreneurs wanted their business to be more a reflection of
    them and their lifestyle, rather than a traditional Indian restaurant. “We
    wanted a serene atmosphere that was comfortably cool, and would attract
    mainstream attention,” says Franklin.

    The friends decided to go for it, and were able to secure a lease for a
    building in Downtown New Rochelle. They renovated and redesigned the
    kitchen and restaurant space, while simultaneously interviewing Executive
    Chefs from around the globe. The Partners were looking for a Chef that
    would understand and embrace their mold-breaking ideas on Indian fast
    food, as well as mainstream American, and traditional Indian tastes.

    Indian-born Executive Chef Jose Kochuveettil, not only understood what
    Franklin and Tobin wanted, he stepped into the Samosa Cabana kitchen and
    created it. “Chef Jose,” as he likes to be called, has more than 30-years
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    in Bombay, Saudi Arabia, and Manhattan.

    Samosa Cabana opened with a gala ribbon-cutting ceremony on January 29,
    2008, that featured Franklin, Tobin and His Honor, New Rochelle Mayor,
    Noam Bramson.

    Franklin Philips Bio

    Founder & CEO – Mr. Philips, 24-years-old, graduated Cum Laude at
    Pace University in Pleasantville, with a Bachelor of Sciences degree in
    Business Information Systems. Born in Bangalore, India, Franklin came to
    the United States at the age of four. Franklin was raised in Yonkers, New
    York, graduated from Sacred Heart High School there, and still resides in
    the City. An avid swimmer, Franklin enjoys reading books and articles on
    business and technology, playing the piano, singing with — and leading
    his church choir, and an occasional night out with friends.

    Tobin George Bio

    Founder & Vice President – Mr. George, 21-years-old, is a Nursing major at
    the College of Mount Saint Vincent, in Bronx, New York. Tobin was born in
    Paramus, New Jersey, and relocated to the Bronx with his parents at the
    age of three. Now living in Yonkers, Tobin grew up in the Bronx,
    graduating from Cardinal Spellman High School in Baychester. Tobin’s
    passion for helping people, and his profound interest in medicine, led him
    to the study of nursing. His other interests include working out, managing
    Samosa Cabana, scoping out the newest, coolest cars, and making time for
    his friends.

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    Opening time of Abana b&b: Until 10 AM – After 6 PM
    Rules concerning bringing other rooms in rome people in the room: NO permitted.
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    The Internet is Not Killing Journalism — it’s Just Killing Dull, Obvious Journalism

    It’s become the established wisdom that only crap gets read on the internet. Thousands of lazy ‘experts’ parrot the obvious line — a tale that combines Lindsay Lohan’s tits, Facebook, an iPad and some kittens will always beat a real story. The Internet Will Be The End of Serious Journalism.

    It is wildly, ridiculously wrong. 

    The Internet is just a medium. It’s a lot faster than print, so people may be more capricious about what they read. But they’re still, broadly, reading the same things. By the last available figures People magazine, the physical printed product, has three times as many subscribers as the New Yorker, the physical printed product. Of the top 100 magazines by subscriber, fewer than 10 can be described as containing serious reportage. It’s not surprising that people who like celebrities and kittens offline like them online too. 

    The problem is not that habits have changed. I presume that New York Review of Books subscribers are not setting their homepage to TMZ in droves. The real problem is that writers, myself included, have had it easy, and we don’t like the change. It used to be that turning in a lazy, irrelevant trend piece for a newspaper or a magazine felt exactly the same as writing a great, incisive story. Either way you never knew how many people read and how many skipped. Either way you got the buzz, the ego-boost of seeing words you wrote in your boxers in your house disseminated physically to millions. It was pleasant. 

    The internet does not allow such indulgences. If you turn in an obvious opinion piece, or a shabby news story with little new information, or a feature that no one cares about, no one will read it. You will see, in real time, no one reading it. Minute by excruciating minute your article will not be read, right in front of your eyes. It is not pleasant. 

    It’s tempting to blame the medium. It’s not that your article sucked, it’s that behaviour of readers on The Internet is skewed away from your unique gifts. If only The Internet, that dark obstacle to decent writing, would allow people to appreciate your personal essay on your relationship with food. The Internet should want to read about your breakup. If only The Internet hadn’t come and sunk your print publication. 

    It’s probably The Blogs too. All The Blogs do is steal stuff and spread rumors — it must be true, because they said it in a panel discussion on The Future of Journalism at a J-School.

    It’s not The Internet. It’s not The Blogs (I’m not even sure what ‘blogs’ are defined as any more). It’s you. If you’re more interesting, more concise and more relevant — whether the topic is celebrities or geopolitics — people will read. Get scoops — and show the documents, the pictures and the video that led you to them — and people will read. The most emailed story on the New York Times website today, for example, is about mineral deposits in Afghanistan. 

    The only thing in mortal peril is dull, comfortable, obvious, lazy journalism. But it’s not murder. It’s a mercy killing. And it has a precedent — something similar happened in 1972. Hopefully the dullest, laziest writing of all — blaming The Internet for journalistic shortcomings — will be next against the wall. 

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