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RECRUITMENT OF PRINCIPAL AND OTHER TEACHING POSTS PGT, TGT & PRT IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN

Posted by Myrealwings on September 20, 2016 at 9:05 PM Comments comments (0)

RECRUITMENT OF PRINCIPAL AND OTHER TEACHING POSTS

IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN.

 

Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS), henceforth mentioned as KVS, an autonomous organization under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India invites Online applications from Indian Citizens for filling up the vacancies ofPrincipal and otherTeaching Poststo be filled up by direct recruitment.

 

Candidates are required to apply online through the KVS website www.kvsangathan.nic.in or www.mecbsekvs.in at the link available on this site. No other means/mode of submission of applications will be accepted. The schedule of ONLINE registration is as follows: -

 

Commencement of Online Registration on KVS website www.kvsangathan.nic.in or www.mecbsekvs.in 27-09-2016 at 0900 Hours.

Last Date for Online Registration 17-10-2016 upto 2400 Hours.

 

(I) PRINCIPAL (GROUP-A POST)




 

Note:-

 

(1) The number of vacancies advertised may vary. They may decrease or increase.

(2) Age relaxation to the Ex-servicemen category will be given as per Govt. of India Rules.

(3) The candidates who have paid application fee for the posts of PGTs (English, Hindi, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Commerce, Maths, Biology, History, Geography and Computer Science), Primary Teacher and Primary Teacher (Music) in response to Advertisement No. 10 published in the Employment News dated 23-29 May, 2015 need not pay the application fee again for the same post. Their application fee will be adjusted for the present online application for the post applied earlier subject to fulfilling the eligibility conditions.

 

For detailed information regarding vacancies, eligibility, age relaxation, examination cities, schedule of examination, fee, important instructions, scheme of examination mode of selection etc. candidates can visit Employment Notice/Vacancy Position under KVS website www.kvsangathan.nic.in or www.mecbsekvs.in.


 

Why is my Redmi 1S mobile suddenly not detecting SD cards?

Posted by Myrealwings on August 17, 2016 at 10:05 PM Comments comments (0)

I had also the same problem. But now I have solved the issue. Before this I did all things to detect my sd card in Redmi like I restarted the phone many times, formatted sd card using card reader but nothing worked at all.

Finally the solution is here:

1. Put SD card into your CardReader.

2. Download SD Card formatter from the link given below

https://www.sdcard.org/downloads/formatter_4/eula_windows/index.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Download SD Card Formatter

3. Now insert your sd card into Redmi device again. You are done. If not, restart your device once.

 

Root any Android Devices (Mobile Phones)

Posted by Myrealwings on April 20, 2016 at 8:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Root Any Android Device Very Easily with King Root

Steps for rooting any android devices are given below in this videos.

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KVS LDC 2012-13 & 2013-14 Computer & typing Skill test result announced

Posted by Myrealwings on October 19, 2015 at 8:30 AM Comments comments (0)

KVS LDC 2012-13 & 2013-14 Computer & typing Skill test result announced

KVS result of LDC is announced now for the year 2012-13 & 2013-14. You can download KVS LDC result from the link given below:

Download KVS LDC Result


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History of Narela (First Time Published on Internet)

Posted by Myrealwings on December 28, 2013 at 7:05 AM Comments comments (1)

History of Narela in Hindi (Nanu Ka Nanera)

Now you can know the History of Narela in Hindi from www.myrealwings.webs.com. This site has first time uploaded this file containing Narela's History on internet.

I have uploaded this file in PDF format with password protection so that no harm can be done to this original file. Even Printing permission is also disallowed in this type of protection.

Download Nanu Ka Nanera


D. Ed. result for 1st year & 2nd year declared from Madhya Pradesh (MP) Board

Posted by Myrealwings on March 21, 2013 at 12:15 PM Comments comments (0)

D. Ed. result for 1st year & 2nd year declared for the session 2012

M.P. Board has declared the result of D.Ed. for 1st year and 2nd year for the session 2012-14. Now you can check JBT result online from the links given below:

To Check D.Ed. Result for 1st year

To Check D.Ed. Result for 2nd year


Download Admission forms for Parvati Modern Public School

CTET Online Application 2013

Posted by Myrealwings on March 20, 2013 at 10:45 AM Comments comments (0)

CBSE CTET Exam 2013

Find CBSE CTET 2013 Exam, Test, Date,  Notification, Patten, Structure and Results of Central Teacher Eligibility Test 2013.

Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi - CBSE

 

announces

 

Central Teacher Eligibility Test - CTET 2013:-

 

CBSE conduct Central Teacher Eligibility Test - CTET for appointment of as a teacher in classes I to VIII.

 

Application Fee:-

 

i) For General / OBC candidates Rs. 500/-

 

ii) For SC/ST/ Differently abled candidates Rs. 250/-

 

CTET 2013 Dates / Notification:-Submission of On-line application:- 15.03.2013 to 16.04.2013

 

Last date for Online Submission of application:- 16.04.2013

 

Date of Examination:- 28.07.2013

 

PAPER-I 10.30 TO 12.00 HOURS - Duration:- 1.30 HOURS

 

PAPER-II 13.30 TO 15.00 HOURS - Duration:- 1.30 HOURS

 

CTET 2013 Eligibility:-

 

Minimum Qualifications for Classes I-V:

 

Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in final 2 – year Diploma in Elementary Education (or its equivalent)

 

OR

 

Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 45% marks and passed or appearing in final 2 – year Diploma in Elementary Education (or its equivalent), in accordance with the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure), Regulations 2002

 

OR

 

Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in final 4-year Bachelor of Elementary Education (B.El.Ed.)

 

OR

 

Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in final 2 – year Diploma in Education (Special Education)*

 

Note: (i) Relaxation of 5% in minimum qualifying marks at BA/B.Sc./Senior Secondary level is admissible for SC/ST/

 

Differently abled Candidates.

 

(ii) For this year only, a candidate with BA/B.Sc. with at least 50% marks and B.Ed qualification shall also be eligible for test for classes I to V, provided he/she undergoes, after appointment, an NCTE recognized 6-month special program in

 

Elementary Education.

 

Minimum Qualifications for Classes VI-VIII:

 

B.A. /B.Sc and passed or appearing in final 2 – year Diploma in Elementary Education* (or its equivalent)

 

OR

 

B.A. /B.Sc. with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in 1 – year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed)*

 

OR

 

B.A. /B.Sc. with at least 45% marks and passed or appearing in 1 – year Bachelor in Education (B.Ed)*, in accordance with the NCTE (Recognition Norms and Procedure) Regulations issued from time to time in this regard.

 

OR

 

Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in final 4-year Bachelor in Elementary Education (B.El.Ed)*

 

OR

 

Senior Secondary (or its equivalent) with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in final 4-year BA/B.Sc.Ed. or B.A. (Ed.)/B.Sc. (Ed.)*

 

OR

 

B.A. /B.Sc. with at least 50% marks and passed or appearing in 1 – year B.Ed. (Special Education)*

 

A diploma/degree course in teacher education recognized by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) only shall be considered. However, in case of Diploma in Education (Special Education) and B.Ed. (Special Education), a course recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI) only shall be considered.

 

Note: Relaxation of 5% in minimum qualifying marks at BA/B.Sc./Senior secondary level is admissible for SC/ST and Differently abled Candidates.

 

CTET 2013 Pattern / Structure:-

 

All questions in CTET test will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs), each carrying one mark, with four alternatives out of which one answer will be correct. There will be no negative marking. There will be two papers of CTET.

 

(i) Paper I will be for a person who intents to be a teacher for classes I to V.

 

(ii) Paper II will be for a person who intents to be a teacher for classes VI to VIII.

 

Note: A person who intents to be a teacher for both levels (classes I to V and classes VI to VIII) will have to appear in both the papers

 

(Paper I and Paper II).

 

Paper I (for classes I to V): Duration of examination - one-and-a-half hours

 

Structure and Content (All Compulsory): (Appendix 1)

 

(i) Child Development and Pedagogy 30 MCQs 30 Marks

(ii) Language I 30 MCQs 30 Marks

(iii) Language II 30 MCQs 30 Marks

(iv) Mathematics 30 MCQs 30 Marks

(v) Environmental Studies 30 MCQs 30 Marks

 

Total 150 MCQs 150 Marks

 

Nature and standard of questions:

The test items on Child Development and Pedagogy will focus on educational psychology of teaching and learning relevant to the age group of 6-11 years. They will focus on understanding the characteristics and needs of diverse learners, interaction with learners and the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.The Test items for Language I will focus on the proficiencies related to the medium of instruction, (as chosen from list of prescribed language options in the application form).The Language II will be from among the prescribed options other than Language I. A candidate may choose any one language from the available language options and will be required to specify the same in the application form. The test items in language II will also focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities.The test items in Mathematics and Environmental Studies will focus on the concepts, problem solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of the subjects. In all these subject areas, the test items will be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject prescribed for classes’ I–V, by the NCERT/CBSE.The questions in the tests for Paper I will be based on the topics prescribed for classes’ I–V, but their difficulty standard, as well as linkages, could be up to the secondary stage.

Paper II (for classes VI to VIII): Duration of examination - one-and-a-half hours

 

Structure and Content: (Appendix 1)

 

(i) Child Development & Pedagogy (compulsory) 30 MCQs 30Marks

(ii) Language I (compulsory) 30 MCQs 30Marks

(iii) Language II (compulsory) 30 MCQs 30Marks

(iv)(a) For Mathematics and Science teacher: Mathematics and Science – 60 MCQs 60 marks

(b) For Social studies/Social Science Teacher: Social Science – 60 MCQs 60 marks

(c) For any other teacher – either (a) or (b)

 

Nature and standard of questions:

The test items on Child Development and Pedagogy will focus on educational psychology of teaching and learning, relevant to the age group 11-14 years. They will focus on understanding the characteristics, needs and psychology of diverse learners, interaction with learners and the attributes and qualities of a good facilitator of learning.The test items for Language I will focus on the proficiency related to the medium of instruction, as chosen from list of prescribed options in the application form.The Language II will be a language other than Language I. A candidate may choose any one language from among the available options and as in the specified list in the application form and attempt questions in the one indicated by the candidate in the application form by him. The Test items in Language II will also focus on the elements of language, communication and comprehension abilities.The test items in Mathematics and Science, and Social Studies/Social Science will focus on the concepts, problem solving abilities and pedagogical understanding of these subjects. The test items of Mathematics and Science will be of 30 marks each.The test items will be evenly distributed over different divisions of the syllabus of that subject as prescribed for classes VI-VIII by the NCERT/CBSE.The questions in the tests for Paper II will be based on the topics of the prescribed syllabus of the NCERT/CBSE for classes VIVIII but their difficulty standard as well as linkages could be up to the senior secondary stage.

LANGUAGE OF THE QUESTION PAPER:

 

The question paper shall be either in English or in Hindi.

 

Qualifying marks and Award of CTET Certificate

 

The candidates appearing in CTET will be issued marks statement by CBSE. The candidates securing 60% and above marks will be issued CTET Certificate.

Qualifying the CTET would not confer a right on any person for recruitment/employment as it is only one of the eligibility criteria for appointment.

 

Applicability:-

 

i. The CTET shall apply to schools of the Central Government (KVS, NVS, Tibetan Schools, etc) and schools under the administrative control of UT of Chandigarh and Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

ii. CTET may also apply to the unaided private schools, who may exercise the option of considering the CTET.

iii. Schools owned and managed by the State Government/local bodies and aided schools shall consider the TET conducted by the State Government. However, a State Government can also consider the CTET if it decides not to conduct the State TET.

Apply online for CTET Exam

Download Full details of CTET Application here

Download in Hindi

 

Download in English

Date-Sheet for SA-2 examination (Parvati Modern Public School) Declared for 2013

Posted by Myrealwings on February 20, 2013 at 9:05 AM Comments comments (0)

Date-Sheet for SA-2 Exams 2013 declared

  • Date-Sheet for all classes for Summative Assessment-II declared in Parvati Modern Public School.

    1)      Result of S.A.-II Exams 2013will be announced on 16/03/13 i.e., Saturday. Result will only be given toparents/guardians.

    2)      Day-boarding classes will goon continue during the exams.

    3)      New session will start from21 March, 2013 i.e., on Thursday. Books will be provided on 18, 19, 20 Marchfor new session.

    4)      New comers are not allowedto take exams.

         You can download the Date-Sheet for the aforesaid exams 2013 for Parvati Modern Public School from the download button given below.

         Download here

or, www.pmpsdelhi.webs.com

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IDM CC Add-ons 7.3.34 for Firefox Aurora browser 16, 17, 18, 19, 20

Posted by Myrealwings on January 31, 2013 at 8:35 AM Comments comments (14)

IDM CC Add-ons 7.3.34 for Firefox Aurora browser 16, 17, 18, 19, 20


Read the steps to install your IDM CC Add-ons for Firefox Aurora 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and enable it to download anything such as music, video, documents etc.

 

Step 1.   First of all download idm CC 7.3.34 from here. Then extract it in a folder named "IDM CC" using Winrar.

                                          

Step 2.   Go to Add-ons page of your Firefox any version 12,13,14,15,16,17, 18, 19 and 20 web browser.


Step 3.   Hit click on the gear button as shown in the picture given below. Then click on Install add-on from file...  


                    


Step 4.   Now, choose the .XPI file that you downloaded by following step 1 from "IDM CC 7.3.34" folder you created.


Step 5.   Install Add-on now.


                    


Step 6.  If you follow all these steps sequencially, you may certainly have installed IDM CC Add-On for you firefox 11,12,13,14,15,16,17, 18, 19, 20. Now just restart your Firefox browser. You are done.


Step 7. Just start downloading and enjoy. I hope no issue will further come to you.

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Get admission forms for Parvati Modern Public School here

 

How To Create Flaming Hot Fire Text In Photoshop

Posted by Myrealwings on November 19, 2012 at 8:15 AM Comments comments (0)

In this Photoshop text effects tutorial, we’re going to learn how to create a fire text effect, engulfing our letters in burning hot flames. We’ll be using Photoshop’s powerful Liquify filter for most of the work on the flames themselves, but we’ll also be taking a look at the Wind filter, using adjustment layers to colorize the flames, layer styles for adding color to our text, layer masks for blending the flames with the letters, and more!

Here’s the result we’ll be working towards:(



The final “fire text” effect.


Step 1: Create A New Blank Photoshop Document


Let’s begin by creating a new blank Photoshop document. Go up to the File menu at the top of the screen and choose New. Or, for a faster way to create a new document, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+N (Win) / Command+N (Mac). Either way brings up Photoshop’s New Document dialog box. Enter in the dimensions you need for your effect. For this tutorial, I’m going to enter 3 inches for my Width, 3 inches again for my Height, and for the Resolution value, I’ll enter 300 pixels/inch. When you’re done, click OK to exit out of the dialog box. Your new document will appear on your screen:

 



Create a new Photoshop document using the New Document dialog box.


Step 2: Fill The New Document With Black


Since our flaming text probably won’t look very impressive against a white background, let’s fill our new document with black. For that, we’ll use Photoshop’s Fill command. Go up to the Edit menu at the top of the screen and choose Fill, or press Shift+F5 to select the Fill command with the keyboard shortcut:


Go to Edit > Fill.


When the Fill dialog box appears, choose Black for the Contents at the top of the dialog box, which tells Photoshop that we want to use black as our fill color:


Choose Black at the top of the Fill dialog box.


When you’re done, click OK in the top right corner of the dialog box to exit out of it. Your document will now be filled with solid black:



The background of the document is now filled with black.


Step 3: Select The Type Tool


We’ll need some text to work with, and for that, we’ll need Photoshop’s Type Tool. Select it from the Tools palette, or press the letter T on your keyboard to select it with the shortcut:


Select the Type Tool.


Step 4: Choose A Font


With the Type Tool selected, you’ll see that the Options Bar at the top of the screen has changed to show options specifically for the Type Tool. Choose whichever font you’d like to use for the effect. This fire effect tends to work best with serif fonts, so I’m going to choose Times New Roman Bold. Don’t worry about the size of the font for now:


Choose a font from the Options Bar.


Step 5: Set Your Text Color To White


We’ll use white as our initial text color, even though we’ll be adding more colors later on. To quickly set your text color to white, press the letter D on your keyboard, which resets Photoshop’s Foreground and Background colors to their defaults, making your Foreground color black and your Background color white, as we can see by looking at the Foreground and Background color swatches near the bottom of the Tools palette. The Foreground color swatch is the one in the top left. The Background color swatch is on the bottom right:


The Foreground and Background color swatches in the Tools palette.


The text color and Foreground color are one in the same in Photoshop. Changing one also changes the other, which means that in order to change our text color to white, all we need to do is change the Foreground color to white. At the moment, our Background color is set to white, with our Foreground color set to black, exactly the opposite of what we need. To swap them, making white the Foreground color, simply press the letter X on your keyboard. If we look at the two color swatches once again in the Tools palette, we can see that our Foreground color is now set to white:


Press “X” to swap the Foreground and Background colors.


Step 6: Add Your Text

With the Type Tool selected, a font chosen and your Foreground (text) color set to white, click inside your document and add your text. I’m going to type the word “FIRE”, all in capital letters:



Add your text to the document.


When you’re done, click on the checkmark in the Options Bar to accept the text and exit out of text editing mode:



Click on the checkmark in the Options Bar to accept the text.


Step 7: Resize And Move The Text If Needed With Free Transform


My text is a little too small at the moment, so I’m going to resize it using Photoshop’s Free Transform command, which I can also use to move the text. Go up to the Edit menu at the top of the screen and choose Free Transform, or press Ctrl+T (Win) / Command+T (Mac) to access it with the keyboard shortcut:


Go to Edit > Free Transform.


You’ll see the Free Transform box and handles appear around the text in the document. To resize the text, hold down your Shift key, which will maintain the aspect ratio of the text as you resize it, then click on any of the corner handles (the little squares) and drag it inward or outward depending on whether you need to make the text smaller or larger. To move the text, click anywhere inside the Free Transform box and drag the text to a new location. I’m going to make my text larger and move it into the bottom center of my document, which is where you’ll want to move your text as well. Press Enter (Win) / Return (Mac) when you’re done to accept the transformation and exit out of the Free Transform command:


Resizing and moving the text with Free Transform.


Step 8: Rasterize The Text


At this point, we’ve done all we can with our text while it’s still text. To continue on with the next steps in our fire effect, we’ll need to convert our text into pixels, which in Photoshop is known as rasterizing the text. Make sure you have everything spelled correctly before you proceed, since the text will no longer be editable once we’ve rasterized it. To convert the text into pixels, go up to the Layer menu at the top of the screen, choose Rasterize, and then choose Type:


Go to Layer > Rasterize > Type


Nothing will seem to have happened to the text in the document, but if we look in the Layers palette, we can see that the text layer, sitting directly above the Background layer, has been converted into a normal, pixel-based layer. We’re now essentially working with an image that looks like text rather than actual text, although I’ll still refer to it as the text layer to keep things simple as we go along:


The text layer in the Layers palette has been converted into a normal layer.


Step 9: Duplicate The Text Layer


To create the flames effect, we’ll need to work on a copy of our text layer, which means we need to duplicate the layer. The easiest way to duplicate a layer in Photoshop is with a keyboard shortcut. First, make sure you have the text layer selected in the Layers palette (selected layers are highlighted in blue), then press Ctrl+J (Win) / Command+J (Mac). Once again, nothing will seem to have happened in the document itself, but we can see in the Layers palette that we now have a copy of the text layer sitting above the original (the copy has the word “copy” added to its name):



The Layers palette showing a copy of the text layer directly above the original.


Step 10: Turn The Copy Off For Now


We’ve duplicated the text layer, but we’re actually going to create the main fire effect on the original text layer, saving the copy for later. In fact, we don’t even need to see the copy for the moment, so click on the small eyeball icon (officially known as the layer visibility icon) on the far left of the layer in the Layers palette. The eyeball will disappear from the Layers palette, and the layer itself will disappear in the document:



Hide the text copy layer by clicking on the eyeball icon on the left of the layer.


Step 11: Select The Original Text Layer


With the copy now hidden from view, click on the original text layer in the Layers palette to select it:

Click on the original text layer to select it and make it active.


Step 12: Rotate The Canvas 90° Clockwise

 


To create the flames for our fire text effect, we’ll be using a few of Photoshop’s filters, and the first one we’ll be using – the Wind filter – only works from left to right (or right to left), which means that in order to use it, we’ll need to rotate our image. Go up to the Image menu at the top of the screen, choose Rotate Canvas, and then choose 90° CW (clockwise):

Go to Image > Rotate Canvas > 90° CW.


This rotates the image so that the text is now appearing along the left of the document:

The text now appears along the left of the document.


Step 13: Apply The Wind Filter


We’re ready to apply the Wind filter. Go up to the Filter menu at the top of the screen, choose Stylize, and then choose Wind:


Go to Filter > Stylize > Wind.


This brings up the Wind filter dialog box, which consists of a preview area in the top left and a few options below it. The options are divided into two sections, Method and Direction. Make sure that Wind is selected for the Method, then down at the bottom, set the Direction to From the Left:



Set the Method to "Wind" and the Direction to "From the Left".


Click OK when you’re done to exit out of the dialog box and apply the Wind filter. They’re a little hard to make out in the screenshot, but you’ll see small streaks appearing from the letters extending out towards the right:

 



Small streaks appear from the letters after applying the Wind filter.


Step 14: Re-Apply The Wind Filter A Couple More Times


The streaks are too small and subtle after applying the Wind filter once, so let’s re-apply it a couple of times. To quickly re-apply the last filter you used, simply press Ctrl+F (Win) / Command+F (Mac). Each time you press the keyboard shortcut, you’ll apply the filter again. I’m going to press the keyboard shortcut twice to apply the Wind filter two more times to the text. This makes the streaks much longer and more pronounced:

 



The streaks are now much more visible after applying the Wind filter three more times.


Step 15: Rotate The Canvas 90° Counterclockwise


We’re done with the Wind filter, so let’s rotate our image back to the way it was originally. Go back up to the Image menu, choose Rotate Canvas once again, and this time, choose 90° CCW (counterclockwise):


Go to Image > Rotate Canvas > 90° CCW.


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The image is now back to its original position.


Step 16: Apply The Gaussian Blur Filter


We need to soften the streaks up a little bit by applying a small amount of blurring to them. For that, we’ll use Photoshop’s Gaussian Blur filter. Go up to the Filter menu at the top of the screen, choose Blur, and then choose Gaussian Blur:


Go to Filter > Blur > Gaussian Blur.

This brings up the Gaussian Blur dialog box. All we want to add is a small amount of blurring, so I’m going to enter a Radius value of about 1.2 pixels down at the bottom of the dialog box:

 

Enter a Radius value of around 1.5 pixels in the Gaussian Blur dialog box.


Click OK when you’re done to exit out of the dialog box and Photoshop applies the blurring effect. Your streaks should now have a softer look to them:



The white streaks now appear with a soft blur.


Step 17: Duplicate The Background Layer


Click on the Background layer in the Layers palette to select it. Then use the same keyboard shortcut we used earlier, Ctrl+J (Win) / Command+J (Mac), to duplicate the Background layer. You’ll see a copy of the Background layer, named "Background copy", appear above the original in the Layers palette:


The Layers palette showing a copy of the Background layer sitting above the original.


Step 18: Merge The Text Layer With The Background Copy Layer

If you look at the text layer in the Layers palette, you’ll see a preview thumbnail to the left of the layer’s name which shows us a small preview of the contents of the layer. Notice how most of the thumbnail is filled with a checkerboard pattern? That checkerboard pattern is how Photoshop represents transparency, which means that our text is currently surrounded by nothing but transparency. We need to fill all that transparent area with black. To do that, we’ll merge the text layer with the copy of the Background layer we just created.

To merge the two layers together, first click on the text layer in the Layers palette to select it. Then go up to the Layer menu at the top of the screen and choose Merge Down near the bottom of the list of options:

 


Go to Layer > Merge Down.


This merges the text layer with the Background copy layer directly below it:

 


The text layer and the Background copy layer are now merged into one.


Step 19: Rename The Merged Layer “Flames”


Unfortunately our merged layer, which contains our text, has kept the name “Background copy”. It’s not a huge problem but it could make things confusing for us, so let’s rename the layer. Double-click directly on the layer’s name and rename it "Flames":

 


Rename the merged layer “Flames”.


Step 20: Draw A Rectangular Selection Around The Text


In a moment, we’re going to bring our image into Photoshop’s Liquify filter, a very powerful (and fun) filter used for warping and twisting pixels. Unfortunately, its power comes at a price. Depending on the size and complexity of the image you’re working on, the Liquify filter can, on occasion, slow your computer down to a crawl, especially if you’re working on an older system. In our case here, we’re not working with anything terribly complex so we shouldn’t run into any problems, but one way to limit how much work Photoshop has to do is to limit how much of the image actually opens inside the Liquify filter.

So how to we do that? We simply drag a selection around the area that we want to work with! First, we’ll need the Rectangular Marquee Tool, so either select it from the Tools palette or press the letter M on your keyboard to select it with the shortcut:

 


Select the Rectangular Marquee Tool.


Then, with the Rectangular Marquee Tool selected, simply click and drag a selection around the text, including the white streaks that we created with the Wind filter. Make sure to leave extra room above the text for our flames. Your selection should look something like this:

 



Drag a rectangular selection around the text, leaving extra room at the top for the flames.


Step 21: Apply The Liquify Filter


With the area that we want to work with selected, go up to the Filter menu at the top of the screen and choose Liquify:

 

Go to Filter > Liquify.


This brings up Photoshop’s massive Liquify filter dialog box, which consists of some tools along the left, a very large preview area in the center, and a lot of potentially confusing options on the right. If you’ve never used the Liquify filter before, there’s no need to panic. For this effect, all we need here is one tool, one option, and the preview area. Everything else, we can safely ignore.

 


First, select the Forward Warp Tool from the very top of the list of tools along the left:

 



Select the Warp Tool in the top left corner of the dialog box.


Next, over on the right of the dialog box, you’ll see a section called Tool Options, and the very first option in this section is Brush Size. This is where we can change the size of the brush we’re using, and it’s the only option we need for this effect. Start with a medium size brush. The default brush size of 100 should work fine:

 


The Brush Size option on the right of the Liquify dialog box.


The first thing we’ll do is give our white streaks more of a wispy look to them. Click inside the streaks at different spots and drag your mouse a short distance either left or right to gently warp the streaks and give them some subtle, random curves. Just click, drag a short distance and release your mouse button, then click and drag again in a different area. Try not to click inside the letters themselves for now. Just warp and wiggle the streaks. Don’t forget to include the streaks in the middle and bottom sections of the letters. When you’re done, you should end up with something similar to what I have in the screenshot below:

 



Click and drag inside the white streaks with the Forward Warp Tool.


Go back over to the Brush Size option on the right of the dialog box and choose a much smaller brush size. I’m going to set mine to around 15:


Select a much smaller brush size.


This time, click directly inside the letters and drag your mouse upward to create the shapes of little flames shooting out from them. You can drag straight up for some of the flames, but for others, try to drag on more of an angle to add more variety. Wiggling your mouse a little as you drag upward will also help create more interesting looking flames. If you make a mistake, press Ctrl+Z (Win) / Command+Z (Mac) to undo your last brush stroke, then continue on. If you need to undo several steps, press Ctrl+Alt+Z (Win) / Command+Option+Z (Mac) as many times as you need. When you’re done with the tops of the letters, do the same thing with the bottom of the letters, as well as any other areas that look like they could use some flames shooting out of them. Don’t spend too much time thinking about where your next flame should go, since fire should look random and chaotic, not planned and controlled. You should end up with something like this:

 



Click inside the letters and drag upward to create small flames shooting out of the letters.


Finally, let’s create some larger flames. Go back over to the Brush Size option and choose a larger size brush. I’m going to set my brush size to 50:

 


Select a larger brush size.


Once again, click directly inside the letters and drag upward, this time creating larger flames. Just as we did with the smaller flames, try to add some variety by dragging upward at different angles and wiggling your brush to bend and twist the shapes. Again, don’t forget about the bottom and middle sections of the letters. When you’re done, your final result should look something like this:


Create a few larger flames with the larger size brush.


Click OK to exit out of the Liquify filter dialog box. There may be a brief pause while Photoshop applies the effect to the document, but when it’s done, your text should be engulfed in a blaze of unrealistically white fire:


Our liquified flame effect.


Step 22: Add A Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer

Let’s add some color to our flames. For that, we’ll use a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer. Click on the New Adjustment Layer icon at the bottom of the Layers palette, then select Hue/Saturation from the list that appears:(

 


Select a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer from the bottom of the Layers palette.


This brings up the Hue/Saturation dialog box. First, select the Colorize option in the bottom right corner of the dialog box. Then, in the center of the dialog box, set the Hue value to around 40 for a warm yellow/orange color, then crank the Saturation value all the way up to 100 to really boost the color’s intensity:

 



Colorize the flames with a bright yellow/orange color.


Click OK to exit out of the Hue/Saturation dialog box. Our flames are starting to look much better, but we’re not quite done yet:

 



The flames now appear warmer with a yellowish orange color.


Step 23: Add A Second Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer


We’ll add one more color to our flames using a second Hue/Saturation adjustment layer. Click once again on the New Adjustment Layer icon at the bottom of the Layers palette and select Hue/Saturation from the list. This time, don’t select the Colorize option. Just set the Hue value to around -15 for a deeper orange color. Click OK when you’re done to exit out of the dialog box:

 


Set the Hue value to around -15 in the second Hue/Saturation dialog box.


Step 24: Change The Blend Mode Of The Adjustment Layer To Overlay


Go up to the Blend Mode option in the top left corner of the Layers palette (it’s the drop-down box that by default is set to “Normal”). Change the blend mode for the second Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to Overlay:

 



Change the blend mode of the second Hue/Saturation adjustment layer to Overlay.


This adds a more realistic color combination to our flames, with the lighter areas keeping the bright yellowish orange color from the first Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and the darker areas now appearing with a deeper, richer shade of orange:

 

The flames now appear with much more natural colors.


Step 25: Select And Turn On The Text Copy Layer


At this point, we’re done with our flames. We’ll finish off our effect by working on the text copy layer that we created way back at the beginning of the tutorial. Before we can work on it though, we’ll need to turn it back on since it’s currently hidden from view. First, click on the text copy layer in the Layers palette to select it. Then click on the layer visibility icon (the empty square) on the far left of the layer to turn the layer back on in the document:



Select the text copy layer, then click on the layer visibility icon.


Step 26: Add A Gradient Overlay Layer Style

Let’s add some color to our text. With the text copy layer now selected and visible, click on the Layer Styles icon at the bottom of the Layers palette and choose Gradient Overlay from the list that appears:

 


Click on the Layer Styles icon, then select Gradient Overlay.

This brings up Photoshop’s Layer Style dialog box set to the Gradient Overlay options in the middle column. Click on the gradient preview area in the center of the options:

Click on the gradient preview area.


This brings up Photoshop’s Gradient Editor. In the bottom half of the Gradient Editor is where we can create our own custom gradient. You’ll see a thin horizontal bar showing a preview of the current gradient colors, with a small color stop directly below it on each end. Let’s change the color on the left of the gradient. Click on the color stop on the left to select it, then click on the color swatch at the bottom of the dialog box:

 



Click on the color stop on the left, then click on the color swatch to change its color.


This brings up Photoshop’s Color Picker. Choose a dark orange/brown color, which will be used for the bottom of our letters, then click OK to exit out of the Color Picker:

 



Choose a dark orange/brown color for the left side of the gradient.


Back in the Gradient Editor, click on the color stop below the right side of the gradient preview bar to select it, then click again on the color swatch:

 




Click on the color stop on the right, then click on the color swatch to change its color.


When the Color Picker appears, choose a bright orange color which will appear at the top of our letters. Click OK when you’re done to exit out of the Color Picker, then click OK to exit out of the Gradient Editor since we’ve now chosen our colors for the gradient:

 


Choose a bright, saturated orange color for the right side of the gradient.


At this point, the only dialog box open on your screen should be the Layer Style dialog box. You’ll see that the gradient preview area is now showing the new colors we selected. Make sure the Style option is set to Linear and that the Align with Layer option is selected. Also, make sure the Angle of the gradient is set to 90°:

 


Click on the gradient preview area.


Click OK when you’re done to exit out of the Layer Style dialog box. Our custom gradient is now applied to our text:

 



Everything is now looking much more colorful.


We could stop here if we wanted to, but right now, it looks like text sitting in front of flames. I want the effect to look more like the text itself is on fire. We’ll add some finishing touches to our fire text effect next!

 



Step 27: Add A Layer Mask To The Text Layer


At the moment, it looks like our text and the flames are two separate things (which of course they are). It looks like the text is sitting it front in our document and the flames are burning away behind it. That’s fine if that’s the effect you want, but what I want is for it to look more like the letters themselves are on fire, which means we need a way to blend the text and the flames together. The reason it looks like the text and the flames are separate is because we can clearly make out the sharp edges of the letters in front of the flames. Let’s finish things off then by removing some of those sharp edge. We’ll do that using a layer mask.

 

With the text layer still selected, click on the Layer Mask icon at the bottom of the Layers palette:




Click on the Layer Mask icon at the bottom of the Layers palette.


This adds a layer mask to the text layer. We can’t see it in the document itself, but if we look in the Layers palette, we can see that a layer mask thumbnail has appeared on the text layer:

 



A layer mask thumbnail appears on the text layer.


Step 28: Select The Brush Tool


Grab Photoshop’s Brush Tool from the Tools palette, or quickly select it by pressing the letter B on your keyboard:

 


Select the Brush Tool.


Step 29: Set The Foreground Color To Black


To remove some of the sharp edges from the text, we’ll need to paint over them on the layer mask with black, which means we need to set our Foreground color to black. Make sure you have the layer mask selected in the Layers palette (the layer mask thumbnail should have a white highlight border around it. Click on it to select it if it doesn’t). Press the letter D on your keyboard to quickly set your Foreground and Background colors to their defaults. This can be a bit confusing, but when you have a layer mask selected, the default Foreground and Background colors are actually the opposite of what they are normally (see Step 5). Your Foreground color will become white and your Background color will become black (if they’re not already). We need to swap them, which we can do by pressing the letter X on the keyboard. As we can see in the color swatches in the Tools palette, the Foreground color is now set to black:

 


The Foreground color swatch in the Tools palette showing black as the current color.


Step 30: Paint Away Some Of The Sharp Edges Of The Letters

With the layer mask and Brush Tool selected and black as our Foreground color, use a small, soft edge brush to paint away some of the sharp edges of the letters, especially along the tops but also in different areas along the bottom and in the middle. The easiest way to resize your brush is with the left and right bracket keys (the [ and ] keys to the right of the letter P on the keyboard). Pressing the left bracket key makes the brush smaller each time you press it. The right bracket key makes the brush larger. To soften the brush edges, hold down your Shift key and press the left bracket key a few times. Each time makes the brush edges softer until you reach 0% hardness. Holding Shift and pressing the right bracket key makes the brush edges harder. Again, you’ll want to use a small, soft edge brush for this. As you paint, the edges will disappear revealing the flames underneath, giving the illusion that the letters themselves are on fire:

 

Paint away some of the sharp letter edges to reveal the flames underneath.


If you make a mistake, press the letter X on your keyboard to swap the Foreground and Background colors, making white your Foreground color. Paint with white over the mistake, the press X to swap the colors again and continue painting away the edges. Here’s what my effect looks like after making my way around each letter. The text itself now looks as if its on fire after blending the edges with the flames:

 



The letters themselves now appear to be on fire after blending the flames with the text edges.


If you notice the same problem I’m seeing, where the very bottom of the text appears to be slightly higher than the flames, creating an orange outline around the bottom of the letters, simply press the letter V on your keyboard to quickly select the Move Tool, then press the down arrow key on your keyboard once or twice to nudge the text down until the letters and the flames line up.

 


And with that, we’re done! Here is my final “fire text” effect:

 



The final “fire text” effect.

And there we have it!


By Ravi Verma

 


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Bhatti , a constant thorn in the flesh of self-serving politicians, greedy builders and oily middlemen, recently made news for venturing into setting up a 'factory' to manufacture foundation stones to cater to the "ever increasing" demand from ministers and politicians.

 

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