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HSC, SSC pupils distance themselves from social media to concentrate on studies... Gone are the days when parents would disconnect cable TV as their child's SSC or HSC exams approached. While ban on TV is still being implemented by people to make sure their children aren't wasting time ahead of the all-important board exams, in today's times, social networking is a bigger worry and distraction. And keeping that in mind, students themselves have started keeping away from the Internet, for example Facebook and Twitter, and apps, such as What...
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  Here are the Notifications of the Various Entrance Exams And Notifications of the Admission dates to the various courses in colleges for the academic year 2015: VIT University Engineering Entrance Examinations (VITEEE) 2015 Last date for receiving completed application forms : Friday, February 27, 2015 Exam date : Wednesday, April 08, 2015 View Details »   NERIST (North Eastern Regional Institute of Science And Technology) Entrance Examination (NEE I, II, III) 2015 Last date for receiving completed application forms : Friday, Fe...
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Indian Engineering Colleges produce hundreds and thousands of engineers every year. However, out of these candidates only a few pass out from the most reputed institutes, and acquired by top companies in the world. Looking at this statistics, you can imagine how tough it is to get into these few prestigious institutes after clearing the most difficult engineering entrance exams. Indian education system, specifically the field of engineering conducts several entrance exams each year. Although JEE Main and JEE Advanced are the most popula...
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The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) is a prestigious group of autonomous public engineering and management institutes of India. The IITs are governed by the Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 which has declared them as "institutions of national importance". The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) offer engineering and technological education of internationally recognized standard of excellence. The Institutes of Technology Act, 1961 lists institutes located at Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Delhi, Gandhinagar, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore...
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LinkedIn Influencer, Dr. Travis Bradberry, published this post originally on LinkedIn. The ability to manage your emotions and remain calm under pressure has a direct link to your performance. As the human brain evolved and increased in complexity, we’ve developed the ability to worry and perseverate on events, which creates frequent experiences of prolonged stress. Besides increasing your risk of heart disease, depression, and obesity, stress decreases your cognitive performance. Fortunately, though, unless a lion is chasing you, the...
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The 2015 ICC World Cup takes place in Australia and New Zealand; this is just the second time that the two countries are hosting a World Cup tournament, with the last one having been held way back in 1992. There are 49 World Cup matches scheduled in all, and the matches will be staged across 14 venues equally divided between the two Australasian countries. The 7 venues from Australia are Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, while Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Napier, Nelson and Wellington a...
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Board exams are an integral part of our lives or so we are told. In reality, they are not. When we look back, the entire fear surrounding them seems stupid. For all those who are worried because their exams are approaching, read on. Others, sit back and get a little nostalgic. 1.They are hyped. Giphy.com With the word 'Board' as a prefix, exams automatically become a hype. However, it is really not like climbing Mt. Everest. Please treat them like any other exam. There is nothing different about them. 2. Pre-boards were much harder t...
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Today, let’s look at some ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things to make a difference.   Priti Patkar – Nearly 90 percent of girls born to prostitutes grew up with the belief that sex trade is predestined. With society marginalizing them and government doing little to uplift their current situation, Priti Patkar took it upon herself to educate and encourage them to lead a meaningful life. Priti Patkar While majority of us talk about the need for sex education in India, Patkar thought differently. From her university day...
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KC library parking garage
Exhibit A: the Central Library. Located in Kansas City, Missouri, this is the anchor branch of the Kansas City Public Library system. And it’s a beauty. Definitely in the running for America’s most beautiful public library. Let’s start on the outside. This awesome array of giant book spines covers the exterior walls of the parking garage.     The building that houses the library was originally built as a bank in 1906, with all the marble and mahogany-covered grandeur one would expect from early 20th-century architecture.     Upo...
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Thankfully, all reading requires is the ability to get your hands on books, and those can be picked up quite cheaply, and as many readers have proven, anything makes a good bookshelf, including the cat. However, that said, if money was no object and creativity was no issue, I would have the most amazing literary home ever, and I’m taking some inspiration from the amazing literary ‘stuff’  featured below! I’ve compiled a list of things that every reading addict should have in their home, from the books themselves, to the funkiest bookshe...
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While most of the new technologies that emerged from the year 2014 are at least a few years away from reaching the public at large, take a look at things that defined the technological landscape in 2014. Click here to see the infographic   Rise of Docker: From Virtualization to Containerization Docker is a phenomenal open source project which saw explosive growth in 2014. Docker is disrupting the conventional virtualizaition based cloud computing business by bringing Linux Containers to the mainstream.     The conventional IaaS...
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When you were little, were you afraid of the dark? Most of us were. And I doubt we ever thought to question this fear. We were almost naturally taught to be afraid of the dark, because the dark is full of unknown things that might hurt us. But what usually happened when you turned the light on? You learned the unknown things were not so scary. And they were not so unknown. They were just part of the environment. We learned to associate darkness with scary and unknown, and we learned it’s better not to speak with our dark thoughts and e...
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