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Budget Colleges Abroad

India takes pride in extraordinary minds, and a wealth of bright students. However, due to competition and sometimes irrational cut-offs, bright students fail to get admission into the best colleges with a course of their choice. Now Indian students have more options of studying abroad than ever before, and foreign universities welcome the Indian students with open arms because they represent hard work and brilliance. Today, India has become a major supplier to the international [...]

Study Abroad Destinations of Indian Students

It has become a very common trend nowadays for Indian students to go abroad for higher studies. In fact, studies have revealed that most of the foreign universities are targeting more and more Indian students. This is evident given the increasing participation of foreign universities in the education fairs in the country that take place from time to time. The number of students studying abroad has almost crossed the 300,000 mark. The latest report on [...]

The Power of Protein in Your Diet

Protein – A Fulcrum for Human Body Today’s hectic life has made humans devoid of several important nutrients. The lack of time and knowledge about these nutrients makes human beings fall ill or have problems like tiredness, obesity and other diseases. The modern life demands a lot from humans and in such a case we usually forget to take care of our body – the engine of our existence! One such nutrient is protein which [...]

September 13, 2015
Tips On Writing A Successful CV

Getting your dream job is not an easy task, we all know that. With increasing competition the process of finding the correct candidate for a particular job has become a challenge. To land that perfect job that you have been longing for it is important that you present an impeccable CV. It doesn’t mean decorating or boasting, you just need to get it right! How? Your CV must speak for you when an employer goes [...]

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Teachers and the teaching profession contribute more to the future of a nation than all the other professions put together. Teachers handle wet clay in the form of students and shape the future citizens who are morally correct, responsible and good human beings. India honours this creed on the 5th of September every year, the birth anniversary of the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. A great philosopher, an excellent educationist and a true humanist, [...]

Reverse Brain Drain in India Image

In the late 1980s and early 1990s when India was just beginning to open up its economy, financing international education became easier and this led to a large segment of our best students graduating from prestigious institutes like IIT, AIIMS, IIM, etc., migrating overseas to pursue higher education. At that time, there was a lot of animated debate about how ‘brain drain’ was increasing and how the country was being deprived of services of the [...]

Parental Pressure and Stress on Children Image

All-Rounder Children A secure and happy family environment is the bare necessity for the healthy growth and development of a child. In India, education and academics have been the traditional focal points of stress. Parental pressure for children to excel in their studies has been unusually high. Unlike other countries, peer pressure does not seem to feature in the list of woes of an Indian student. A compelling need to excel in academics coming from [...]

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Digital India programme was launched by the government with a focus on digital empowerment of citizens and creation of digital infrastructure as a utility to every citizen for governance and services on demand. Under this initiative, the NDA government is trying to transform every  possible sector. eBasta The Government of India has now extended a helping hand to the students of India in the form of the eBasta platform. This is a collaborative platform where [...]

Famous Indian Writers

India, a country with a very rich cultural heritage, has contributed immensely to the world of literature. India is home to some very good authors who possess unique styles and forms of narration. Therefore the question does come to mind as to why the Gen X has always remained glued to books written by foreign authors like The Famous Five, Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Percy Jackson. However, it seems that schools in India [...]

Choice based credit system (CBCS) Image

With the admission process in Delhi University to start this week, the university has just given the green signal for the implementation of the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) for the undergraduate programmes for the new session 2015-16. Talk for a CBCS system was going on for quite a long time creating confusion among the colleges as to whether the syllabus, timetables and assessment procedures should be prepared as per the requirements of the CBCS [...]