Career Opportunities for students After 12th Grade PCM

PCM is one of the most versatile streams. It provides a broad canvas and opens every possible career option that could be pursued. Majority of these students opt for engineering as their career, which itself has vast career opportunities based on the various streams and fields available. But there are many opportunities for PCM students after completing their 12th other than engineering. In this blog you will find some of the most popular Job and Career options which are available for a PCM student after 12th grade.   Engineering  Engineering…

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Different Learning Styles and Learning Preferences

We all view the world differently in our own unique ways, which is something that is extremely fascinating about people. Everyone has a different adaptation and perspective towards their surroundings and this results in every individual using different techniques to grasp all the knowledge that is being provided to them, which is what is defined as the individual’s learning style. Understanding these different types of learning styles can significantly impact the way teachers impart knowledge to their students, and it assists them to adapt to every individual’s learning. Without understanding…

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7 THINGS TO BE FOLLOWED BY PARENTS TO ENHANCE THEIR KID’S CONCENTRATION

If you’re the parent of an adolescent facing exam time, knowing the way to help them access practical ways to scale back the distractions is important.   Try these top tips to assist them stay focused and develop better study habits:   Understand Energy Levels for Better Focus   Understanding energy patterns is key. For most people, the best time to focus is in the late morning. For a smaller percentage of the population, that focus burst happens best late in the night. Understanding the way your teenager works best…

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Transformational reforms in higher education under NEP 2020

The new education policy will be the foundation of the new India. It will reshape the students into global citizens who are rooted in their values. The NEP 2020 focuses on invention-based, inquiry-based and analysis-based methods to help foster greater curiosity, interest and logical reasoning in the students’ minds. The NEP has been released after six years of consideration and a steady review. There were no major changes in the education system over the past 34 years and hence only a rat race continued rather than applicative knowledge assessment. The…

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NEW EDUCATION POLICY 2020

NEW EDUCATION POLICY The new education policy that was recently approved by the union cabinet will bring an immense amount of change in the students’ lives. Making board exams easy, replacement of 10+2 structure of school curricula with a 5+3+3+4 structure, reduction of the curriculum to core concepts, and teaching up to at least class 5 in the regional language, are among the many school education reforms outlined in this new policy. Until recent times, the ultimate motive of a student to appear for exams was to obtain good scores…

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Social distancing in classrooms when schools reopen- HRD Minister hints at classes with 30% students

HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal hinted in a Twitter interaction that since social distancing would need to be maintained even when schools reopen, classes might need to be held with just 30% of students  HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal went LIVE on Twitter on Thursday, May 14, to interact with teachers and answer their queries regarding how education is being carried out during the Covid-19 lockdown. Since schools and colleges have been closed for around two months now, since March 16, a primary question on everyone’s mind is regarding when schools will…

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CBSE datesheet for remaining Class 10, 12 board exams released.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Monday released the revised datesheet for the remaining class 10th and 12th board exams. The class 10 and 12th board exams will be conducted for the remaining 29 papers from July 1 to July 15, 2020, at various centres. The CBSE date sheet for class 10 and 12th board exams was earlier scheduled to be released on May 16, 2020, at 5 Pm. Earlier, in a tweet, the HRD Minister had said that due to the current situation, the CBSE will conduct…

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Lecture Bottleneck, getting rid of it !

THE LECTURE IS THE PROBLEM A bottleneck is defined as a point of congestion that leads to inefficient production and an increase in associated costs. For years, traditional model of teaching was largely ineffective because lectures was a major bottleneck in the production of student learning. Let’s first address the inefficiency of a lecture. The lecture is a bottleneck for several reasons: One size does not fit all in learning. There’s no replay, rewind, or fast-forward button in a lecture. A large group of students are all dependent on one…

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A Student’s Guide To Keeping Exam Anxiety At Bay

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No matter how old you are or what exam you are writing, it is natural to feel anxious because it might feel like a lot is at stake. Everyone deals with exam anxiety in their own way – some pray, some sleep, some bite nails, some study more and some binge eat. Some sense of nervousness before an exam is healthy as it keeps you alert and motivated, but when this anxiety affects your ability to think clearly or makes you physically weak, it is time to find remedial solutions.…

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Medicine- Engineering Aspirant ratio since 2014 close to inverse

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If the number of students aspiring for engineering seats in India is an indication, then the great Indian fetish to become an engineer is on the downswing. Now the dream to become a doctor is the new fad. When there is no placement or a job in hand after a degree, it becomes very difficult for the students. Due to all this, the students began to think that pursuing medical studies is a better option than engineering. Government and private engineering colleges in the state have seen a 46.07% decline…

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