6 Best Military Banks and Credit Unions of 2021

Studying abroad can be a great boost to one’s career. Global education gives life-changing experiences and exposure to students. With over 3,00,000 Indian students studying overseas, India is the second-largest source of international students after China. But the astronomical costs act as a hindrance for most. Finances should not put a damper on things when speaking of exploring opportunities. Here we share with you top international scholarships for Indian students. Here is a list of top international scholarships for Indian students one can apply for –  University of Waikato International…

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Know 6 Tips to develop Critical Thinking Skill for UPSC

. Critical thinking is one of the important elements that is expected from the aspiring candidates of UPSC who want to be a future allied civil servant. To solve the nation problem, critical thinking is required as this will enable you to have a look at the pros and cons of any solution/idea before applying it. (i.e. to look at every nook of the problem and it’s possible solution and then apply it for the benefit of our people). UPSC does not put your knowledge to test but in fact…

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Over 6,000 youths take part in Army recruitment drive in J&K

Candidates line up in the recruitment drive by the Indian Army in Poonch on Tuesday. (Photo: ANI) More than 6000 youth took part in the recruitment drive organised by the Army in the bordering Sowjian belt for the post of porter here on Tuesday. The recruitment drive was organised by 40 Rashtriya Rifles unit of the Indian Army. Amid the complaints of large-scale unemployment in the area, the candidates expressed their gratitude to the administration for carrying out the recruitment. Thankful to the Indian Army, a local of Poonch, Khalil…

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UGC asks institutes to fill teaching vacancies, puts a cap of 6 months on hiring process

UGC asks colleges to fill vacant teaching posts at the earliest. (Representational image) To address the “shortage of quality teaching faculty in the higher education institutes” (HEI) in India, the University Grants Commission (UGC) has written a letter to vice-chancellors of all the universities asking them to fill the vacant teaching posts “at the earliest”. The UGC has shared guidelines to hire ‘quality’ teachers with the VCs. As per the guidelines shared by the UGC, all the higher education institutes (HEI) need to complete the selection process within six months’…

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These 6 online-courses will make you a cybersecurity expert

Growing dependency on computer systems and Internet has made almost everyone vulnerable to cyber attacks. From home users to companies, hospitals, banks, governments, everyone is at risk. While organizations need cybersecurity professionals to protect against these attacks, there’s an acute shortage of such experts. So, cybersecurity has become an important tech skill to possess. Here are 6 online courses to help you learn cybersecurity. This will help you understand what cybersecurity is all about Heimdal Security, a software company specializing in information security tools and systems, offers a five-week “Cyber Security for Beginners”…

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From Jeff Bezos’s advice to discussing salary in an interview: Suzy Welch’s top 6 career tips of 2017

limbing the career ladder is no easy feat. After all, even the most experienced professionals face confusion about how to get ahead in the workplace. However, according to bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch, there are a few key steps you can take to ease your journey and ensure that your career stays on track. From offering year-round tips about how to negotiate, interview and excel at work, below are the best pieces of career advice Welch recommended in 2017. Suzy Welch: Here’s how to answer the interview question,…

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HundrEd 2017 Summit in Helsinki: 6 Indian institutes recognised

Six projects and educational organisations from India have been recognised by HundrED — a global education non-profit based in Finland — to bring to fore 100 of the most inspiring innovations in education. Vega School, Project DEFY, Design for Change, Self Organised Learning Environments, The Museum School and THINK Global School were recognised at the annual HundrEd 2017 Innovation Summit event held here, for their efforts in path-breaking ideas to bring about a revolution in the education space. Vega School, which was announced as one of the 100 unique innovations in K-12 education space across the world, was chosen because of its thoughtfully designed “Project-Based Learning” that is based on…

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Chandigarh govt schools register over 6% rise in pass figures

With 982 students failing the Class-12 board exams and 1,790 out of a total 10,742 getting compartments this year, city government schools were still able to witness a rise of 6.41% in the pass percentage compared to last year. Going by the individual results compiled by the district education office (DEO), out of 39 Government Model Senior Secondary Schools, 29 performed better than last year, which helped the overall result to improve from 68.31% pass percentage in 2016 to 74.72% in 2017. Also, only 341 of them had managed to…

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6 highly successful execs share their best career advice for 20-somethings

In honor of graduation season, CNBC Make It spoke exclusively to some of the nation’s top business leaders and personal finance gurus, career coaches, bestselling authors, CEOs, self-made millionaires and billionaires and Wharton’s No. 1 professor. For the next few weeks, we’ll be rolling out the speeches or bits of advice that they are most excited to share with the Class of 2017, using the hashtag #MakeItNewGrads. The Class of 2017 continues to don their caps and gowns as they graduate from school this month. In the coming weeks, many…

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6 ways you can climb the career ladder via email

We all use email in our daily lives – but how many of us use it to score a promotion? Well, according to a new study, that’s just what we should all be doing. Research published in the Harvard Business Review has found that people who use their email cleverly can climb the career ladder. It found that when people copied in their supervisors or line managers to emails, they could show off their recent work – or show up a colleague. Professor David De Cremer, who led the study, said: “This finding…

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