7 Inspiring Student Loan Debt Blogs To Read Right Now

If you’re struggling with debt, you need to check out these 7 inspiring student loan debt blogs ASAP. Each blog is packed with advice, tips, and inspiration by real people who have paid off their student loan debts – fast. Get ready to bring on the motivation! No More Harvard Debt Joe Mihalic’s uber-popular blog chronicled his journey to  “destroy $90k of student debt in seven months.” So, how did Mihalic pay off the $90k debt he accrued while earning his Harvard MBA? His approach was twofold. First, Milhalic increased his income. Next, he made…

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ARIIA 2021: IIT-Madras Tops Ranking Once Again, 7 IITs In Top 10

Union Minister of State for Education Dr Subhas Sarkar on Wednesday released the Atal Ranking of Institute on Innovation Achievements (ARIIA) for 2021. IIT-Madras topped the ‘CFTIs/Central University/Institute of National Importance (Technical)’ category for the second consecutive year, while IIT-Bombay and IIT-Delhi grabbed the second and third position for the second year in a row. Seven IITs occupied the top 10 places for the second straight year, while Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, National Institute of Technology Calicut and Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology occupied the sixth, ninth and…

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7 Online Teaching Ideas for Fun and Engaging Classes

Keeping your students listening and engaged during online teaching will be a lot easier with these online teaching ideas. Despite many things slowly returning to “normal,” virtual learning remains a reality for most. Keeping your students engaged can seem nearly impossible as different challenges are presented for all age groups when trying to maintain attention through lengthy online classes. Here are some simple online teaching ideas for fun and engaging classes that you can easily implement for that extra flair. Online Teaching Ideas To Keep your Students Engaged and Entertained 1.…

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Inter-Services Athletics Championship at Army Sports Institute,Pune from Sept 7 to 10

Top athletes will be seen in action during the four-day championship.(HT/PHOTO) Army Sports Institute (ASI) is set to host 69th Inter-Services Athletics Championship at their campus from September 7 to 10. Top athletes- Subedar G Lakshamanan (National Champion 1,500 metres and 5,000 metres), Junior Warrant Officer Nirmal Noah Tom (400 metres National Champion), Havildar Avinash Sable (gold medallist in the Asian Championship in 3,000 metres steeplechase) Petty Officer and shot putter Tejinder Singh Toor (gold medallist at the 2018 Asian Games) will be seen in action during the four-day championship.…

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7 Indians selected for Gates Cambridge Scholarship

The scholarship programme was established in October 2000 by a donation from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to the university.(Reuters File) Seven Indians are among 92 scholars from 28 countries selected for the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship to pursue postgraduate study in various subjects at the University of Cambridge from the academic year beginning later this year. The 2018 cohort comprising 49 women and 43 men will pursue PhD and MPhil courses. The scholarship programme, established in October 2000 by a donation from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation…

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7 Types of Student Loans Offered By the Department of Education

Paying for school can feel like a huge burden, especially as the cost of college continues to increase. Even public universities — typically a much cheaper option than private schools — saw a 7.2 percent price hike during the 2015-2016 school year. With a higher education costing more than ever, finding affordable financing options is essential. One of the best places to start is the federal government. Department of Education student loans tend to have lower interest rates and more generous repayment terms than private loans, making them a smart way…

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7 Social Media Trends That Will Dominate 2018

How do you plan on socializing next year? How do you plan on reaching your target audience, who will be socializing with each other, next year? By default, we underestimate how our lives will change in the future. We tend to think of next year as ending more or less the same as this year (with the exception of any personal plans you might have). In addition, we tend to underappreciate the progress of technology, at least on a smaller scale. That’s because our favorite social media apps tend to roll…

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7 Things To Keep In Mind While Financing Your Education

If you’re an aspiring graduate, or an experienced professional enrolling into a professional MBA program or higher studies, chances are you might need to fund your university education. It also might be one of the biggest financial decisions you make that will impact your earnings potential and financial goals in the long-term. While securing educational loans has become pretty commonplace with all major financial institutions following standard practices in granting these loans, here are some tips to keep in mind before you sign up for one. Finding funds In India,…

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7 Marine Corps online-training classes are on the chopping block

YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — The Marine Corps is axing some online courses and adding more face-to-face training, according to an early copy of an internal message obtained by Stars and Stripes. The cuts, which include seven classes representing five hours of annual training, take effect May 1, the message said. Those courses are Hazing, Tobacco Cessation, Unit Marine Awareness and Prevention Integrated Training, Marine Corps Records Management, Combating Trafficking in Persons, Violence Prevention and Social Media Conduct. Online training on operational security, terrorism awareness and cybersecurity will continue, the…

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DU to recruit 378 permanent teachers across departments, first major recruitment drive after 7 years

Delhi University has finally started recruiting permanent teachers as vacancies mount up to around 4,500. For the first time in more than seven years, the university has announced it would be hiring 378 posts of permanent teachers across departments. DU teachers have been protesting against the hiring freeze for a long time. According to the TOI reports, the sources said the HRD ministry had asked DU to fill up most vacancies by the end of this year, following which the university has sought rosters from its colleges. While the current hirings…

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