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How To Secure A Job Right After Graduation

Posted on: February 18th, 2020

The cheer and happiness of getting your first job in the early days after graduation is unimaginable. The next thing that comes in mind is what I should do now? We classified graduates into two Types A and Type B.  The Type A graduates prefer to take a year gap to figure out what they exactly want to do. However, graduates who fall in Type B are desperate to get their first-time job and become independent. Given the uncertain labour market condition, most youngsters struggle to find their perfect dream job. Besides, it is no surprise that newbie job hunters often make mistakes that come in their way of getting hired. If you are one of Type B, this post is for you! We brought some fresh tips for all the new graduates we wish we'd gotten.....

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Health Benefits of Turmeric

Posted on: February 8th, 2020

Turmeric is considered a member from ginger clan. The vibrant yellow-orange spice is very popular in Indian, Middle Eastern and Southeast Asian cooking. Turmeric not only adds colour and taste to the dishes but also offers several health benefits. According to recent researches, turmeric helps fight against cardiovascular disease, cancer, arthritis and even depression. Go through the blog to.....

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How Chat Bots Can Change the Way Of Learning In Educational Institutes

Posted on: January 28th, 2020

Chatbots are going to change the world in a more significant number of ways than we can envision. As of now, bots around the world can finish a different arrangement of shifting assignments. Education and learning has generally been known as a division where development moves gradually. During the latest years, there has been a massive promotion of over-imaginative instruments to improve teaching and to learn through educational technology. Here are 5 different ways artificial intelligence and chatbots.....

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2020 Research Tools for Healthcare Students

Posted on: January 24th, 2020

One of the problematic parts in paper and academic writing is the reference index area. Overseeing, arranging, and referring to references can some of the time be a genuine test, particularly if you don't monitor what and who you refer to. The exact opposite thing you get after a very tough writing task is a book index. You open it with one reference missing a page number, different needs, production dates missing, or, more annoying of all, returning to your sources to check for the wellspring of that citation you remembered for your decision. If you wind up continually thinking about issues, for example, these, the web devices beneath are something you may need to consider. Exceptional research abilities are necessary for college and university students, both if you need to be a capable understudy. They will prove to be useful when you will take a shot at any research paper and afterwards while chipping away at your exposition. The Internet has a wealth of data to offer you, yet not, in any case, a portion of it ought to be trusted. In 2014, the United Kingdom (U.K.) spent 9.9 per cent of GDP on health care, of which public expenditure, mainly on the NHS, accounted for 79.5 per cent.

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Does Education Really Improve Intelligence?

Posted on: January 14th, 2020

Different people have different opinions about the nexus existing between education and intelligence. It is difficult to find the exact meaning of intelligence in psychology and biology because of its dubious nature. In the field of science, any workable definition is formulated after a series of experiments and observations. But the definition of intelligence has been subjected to various transformations over the past years. Before we dive deep into this connection, let me introduce you to.....

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Students’ Investment Guide to Earn Fruitful Profits in 2020

Posted on: January 10th, 2020

In case you're a college student, the odds are great that you don't think about your funds too much. You have to deal and manage assignments, tests, roommate and your partner. Not only this, you have to think about and manage your.....

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Importance of Taking A Gap Year For Students

Posted on: January 6th, 2020

The Gap Year Movement may only just be gaining traction, but the concept itself is over 300 years old. High Society students in 1700s Britain regularly went on "Grand Tours" throughout Europe to expand their sociocultural horizons. This also happens to be.....

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Students’ Guide to Differentiate Between Web Designing and Web Development

Posted on: January 2nd, 2020

There are more chances for a student to get confused between web designing and web development. Both of these seem to overlap, but when someone studies it thoroughly, both play a different.....

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Tips For Successful Email Marketing Campaigns For Universities

Posted on: December 29th, 2019

According to a recent survey, nearly 68 percent of teens and 73 percent of Millennials said they prefer to receive communication from a business via email. With email being such a prominent channel of communication, it is essential for universities to utilize them to their full potential. Not just for reaching out and communicating, emails can prove to be a great tool for the branding of your university. According to Statista, in 2018, 76% of high school students preferred getting emails from universities in their university research phase. This distinctly outranks phone calls, phone messages, social.....

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Tips For University Students To Earn Money Online 2020

Posted on: December 25th, 2019

University students are often seen hovering over a single question that is how to make money without compromising their study schedule?  Earning money for a reasonable living has started to bother youth in their early stages of life. The modern generation feels the urge to upgrade their lifestyle with the latest technologies, gadgets, and stigmatized clothes. This mindset has forced them.....

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