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You cannot and must not try to please everyone…can’t have it all Growing up in a society like ours come with its unique set of challenges and pressures. Knowingly or unknowingly, we develop an urge to try and please everyone around us, we want to be the ideal son/daughter, the doting BF/GF, the cool, street-smart boy/girl next door, the well-cultured ... Read More »

Work-life Balance vs. Work-Life Integration – Which is better?

In recent years, the Human Resources (HR) department is facing the tough question whether to choose work-life balance or work-life integration. The work-life balance is an old concept and now HR experts have begun experimenting with the new concept of work-life integration. But is work-life integration really better than work-life balance or is it just another fad? Let’s find out! ... Read More »

17 Simple Tips To Improve Your English

1- Practice every day Make a schedule for studying, decide how many hours you want to study everyday and stick to it. 2- Get an outside encouragement Discuss your schedule with family and friends and ask them to help you or at least encourage you. 3- Cover the 4 skills of english language You have to practice reading, writing, listening ... Read More »

Do Looks Matter During Job Interviews?

Folks from the Human Resources (HR) department will never admit that they are influenced by facial features while hiring candidates. However, scientific studies conducted by researchers clearly indicate that facial features have a major role to play in the outcome of job interviews. HR folks may deny this because it happens at the sub-conscious level. The interviewer may not be ... Read More »

​How to become a tax consultant

A tax consultant/advisor is referred to as a tax accountant who helps people and organisations to complete their tax returns every financial year. This can involve extracting and analysing information from their financial documents, like, wage, employment and mortgage, investment statements, etc. A tax consultant is also required to travel to meet with clients. Tax advisors can either work independently, for the government, or for a firm. Salaries also depend ... Read More »

In UP, Class IX Girl ‘Thrown Off’ School Building, Dies

A class nine girl student, studying in a private school in Deoria of Uttar Pradesh, died on Monday after falling off the third storey of the school building, police said. Neetu Chauhan, 16, was found lying on the ground of the Modern City Montessori School in a critical condition. She had gone to toilet, located on the third floor, and ... Read More »

11-Yr-Old Girl Sent to Boys Loo as Punishment in Hyderabad School

An 11-year-old female student in a private Hyderabad school claims she was sent to the boys’ washroom as punishment for not coming to school in proper uniform. The girl says the PT teacher caught her on her way to class and began scolding her. She alleges that there were two-three teachers who decided to put her in the boys’ washroom ... Read More »

Five lakh students to participate in Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan 2017

Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA), a movement for Science, is organising Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) – the national science talent search through digital devices for new India on 26 November, 2017. The aim behind this search is to select students with scientific temperament from class VI to XI, across the country. Vigyan Prasar (VP) – an autonomous organisation under Department of Science ... Read More »

Over 800 engineering colleges across country asked to shut down by 2018

Over 800 engineering colleges across the nation have been asked to shut down from the next academic year. Following low admissions over the past five years, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has asked these colleges to close down and submit a report by the second week of September. AICTE authorities said Colleges with less than 30% admissions ... Read More »

CBSE amends order, allows schools to sell NCERT books in campus

CBSE has now allowed schools to open shops in their premises to sell NCERT books, stationery and other material required by students. The CBSE in April asked schools to not run as ‘commercial establishments’ and stop selling books and uniforms on their premises. However, the board has now allowed schools to run the shops to facilitate the sale of NCERT ... Read More »

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