User talk:Kalpanagupte

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«no subject»018:06, 19 August 2012
Nice to meet on wiki educator005:16, 6 March 2012
Congratulations!004:19, 1 April 2011
Meeting is a pleasure.......!007:12, 30 October 2010
Very Helpful Guidelines021:54, 16 June 2010
It is a pleasure meeting you013:37, 16 June 2010
Activity for Workshop EL4C37502:17, 12 May 2010

«no subject»

Dear Kalpana

U r the first from whom, I recd the UPE award news...& that also in Marathi.U made my day.So I stopped by your pg & found it very organised... I think that goes with your personality.

A request... visit my pages designed for MU OER PORTAL & give me feedback for improvement.

Thanks & Best regards...Sujata

Dr Sujata Dhopte (talk)18:06, 19 August 2012

Nice to meet on wiki educator


   Nice to meet you here. We at NIOS are also working on OER .Hope to  learn from you.

--PRAMOD KUMAR T.K. 17:16, 5 March 2012 (UTC)

Pramodkumartk (talk)05:16, 6 March 2012


Congratulations on your recent award! Your userpage looks great!

Bnleez (talk)04:19, 1 April 2011

Meeting is a pleasure.......!

Hello M'am,

Your userpage looks fascinating! It's a pleasure meeting you on such a platform. I am just beginning to learn the wiki skills and hope to acquire in may be a couple of workshops!

Just would like to know that how did you manage to paste the images at the exact places where you wanted to have them?

I hope to get your reply soon.

Thanks and regards.

--Pulin Bhatt 19:12, 29 October 2010 (UTC)

PulinBhatt2010 (talk)07:12, 30 October 2010

Very Helpful Guidelines

 Hello! Kalpana Ma'm. You have done great work on your user page. Your   'Study Guide for newly enrolled Distance Learners' are very helpful for every distance learning student particularly IGNOU Students. Dr. Laxmi Narayan 09:54, 16 June 2010 (UTC)

Luxminy (talk)21:51, 16 June 2010

It is a pleasure meeting you

If there is anything I can do to assist you please feel free to ask me! Thank you for the compliment on the animated gif in my info box (Mad Chef at work in his kitchen)!

WHOSYOURDADDY (talk)13:37, 16 June 2010

Activity for Workshop EL4C37

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Dear Participants of Workshop EL4C37, click on the Edit below and see how this message has been added. You can start a new topic or reply to this one. When you start a new topic, remember to add a subject for the new discussion thread. Always add your Wiki signature to your message--Gita Mathur 07:35, 26 April 2010 (UTC)

This is quite interesting. I have simply been playing around. (Kalpana Gupte 09:18, 28 April 2010 (UTC))

Gita Mathur (talk)19:35, 26 April 2010

Thanks, Gita, The tutorials are informative and self instructional. I have not faced any difficulty in understanding so far. Of course at times i have to do certain things again till the idea is very clear. It's true practise makes one better and it is necessary to keep practising lest one forgets and lapses back into illiteracy. (Kalpana Gupte 08:01, 28 April 2010 (UTC))

Kalpanagupte (talk)20:01, 28 April 2010

Well said Kalpana. That's the spirit! You asked me about adding colours in the LIVE session. I would suggest that in addition to the tutorial, visit my userpage & see details & tips under sections 6 & 7. warm wishes--Gita Mathur 02:18, 29 April 2010 (UTC)

Gita Mathur (talk)14:18, 29 April 2010

I've seen your user page am fascinated. I shall try to add some colour too. Summer is the time for lovely bright colours. There are beautiful "bahawa" like yellow grapes and gulmohur and jacaranda and so many other trees in full bloom. Did you get to see "Flowers of the Sahyadri" by Shrikant Ingalhallikar? He is an amateur botanist but quite a professional. An engineer basically. (Kalpana Gupte 05:09, 3 May 2010 (UTC))

Kalpanagupte (talk)17:09, 3 May 2010

Yes Kalpana I have a copy of this beautiful book. Have you seen Trees of Delhi by Pradip Krishen? A lovely book.

Gita Mathur (talk)22:20, 3 May 2010

Sorry that i could not reply. No I haven't seen the book. It must be interesting. I shall try to lay my hands on a copy. Why do people plant varieties which are foreign? I had recently visited the Lotus Temple in Delhi and the heat was unbearable. Why do they have lawns which are so hard to maintain? Where is the water? Why not plant varieties of our own large shade giving trees, like Neem etc? --Kalpana Gupte 14:17, 11 May 2010 (UTC)

Kalpanagupte (talk)02:17, 12 May 2010