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In some situations, you might have a series of asynch
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In some situations, you might have a series of asynch
13/10/2009

In some situations, you might have a series of asynch
13/10/2009

In some situations, you might have a series of asynch
13/10/2009

In some situations, you might have a series of asynch
13/10/2009

In some situations, you might have a series of asynch
13/10/2009

Here’s the complete code for the end method:
Multiple Asynchronous Tasks and Timeouts
In some situations, you might have a series of asynchronous tasks that can be completed at the
same time. For example, maybe you have several web services that you want to call and they all
involve a considerable wait. By performing these calls simultaneously, you can collapse your waiting
time (in other words, you can
08/10/2009

Here’s the complete code for the end method:
Multiple Asynchronous Tasks and Timeouts
In some situations, you might have a series of asynchronous tasks that can be completed at the
same time. For example, maybe you have several web services that you want to call and they all
involve a considerable wait. By performing these calls simultaneously, you can collapse your waiting
time (in other words, you can
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     Welcome to Falakata College
College

Falakata College was established on 19th September, 1981. Since then it has remained both in the field of Education and Sports, as one of the important College of North Bengal. It is a Government aided Degree permanently College, affiliated to the University of North Bengal and enlisted Under Section 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the U.G.C. Act. ,managed by a Governing Body under the control of Directorate of Public Instruction, West Bengal.

The College is situated in Falakata, about 1 k.m. away from the National Highway 31. The College Campus is being divided into two parts, a two storied new building and the other is the old one storied building, midst which there is a green playground. The campus is unique for its spacious green forest situated behind the new building. The College has a friendly and congenial ambience for teaching and learning.

Under the British Rule Falakata was a Sub-divisional town but after independence, the centre of gravity has been shifted to Alipurduar. As a result, the old glory of Falakata decreased day by day. Surrounded by tea gardens and forests, far away from both the District town Jalpaiguri and Sub-divisional town Alipurduar, the people of Falakata found it very difficult to keep in touch with higher Education. It was an agriculture based area majority of the maximum number of population belonged to backward scheduled class and scheduled tribes. Though the students were eager to get them admitted into Colleges but it was beyond their capacity. Hence, the need for establishing a College was felt. As a result, Falakata College was born on 19th September, 1981. Later the College had been included under section (on) 28.05.1988. 2(f) 12(b) of the UGC Act.

The tiny sapling of 1981 is now young flourishing tree which has seen 29 springs in its life and is now meting out education to thousand of students every year. One can’t but be amazed at the growth of the institution looking back to the year 1981 when it started functioning with 50/60 students on the roll.

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