OMC Recruitment 2022: Recruitment is going on for 12th and graduate pass, salary up to 29000

Mining Corporation Limited, OMC has issued a notification inviting applications from eligible candidates for recruitment to the posts of Electrician and Junior Accountant. Interested candidates can submit online application by visiting the official website of OMCL, omcltd.in. Note that the application process for the recruitment will start from January 18. A total of 29 vacancies will be filled through the recruitment process. In which 27 posts of Junior Accountant and 12 posts of Electrician are included. OMC Recruitment 2022: Educational Qualification: Candidates having Diploma in Computer Application / PGDCA with graduation from Commerce…

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Crypto ads banned by UK watchdog for failing to highlight risk Crypto ads banned by UK watchdog for failing to highlight risk

The U.K. advertising watchdog banned seven cryptocurrency ads on Wednesday and said they must not appear again. The Advertising Standards Authority said the ads were “banned for irresponsibly taking advantage of consumers’ inexperience and for failing to illustrate the risk of the investment.” The banned ads included a website and Twitter post from a pizza chain as well as a digital poster from a crypto exchange. The majority of the banned ads were put out by crypto exchanges and crypto trading platforms. Companies affected by the bans include eToro, Coinburp,…

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Udacity Partners HackerEarth to Source Coding Talent for Its Android Nanodegree Scholarship

Provider of massive open online courses that focus on software development Udacity has tied up with competitive coding platform HackerEarth to extend its scholarship program, which offers a full scholarship to its Nanodegree courses in partnership with Google and Tata Trusts. The cost of the Nanodegree program is Rs. 9,800 per month. Udacity has a cashback scheme where it provides 50 percent back to the student if they complete the Nanodegree program within 12 months. The Nanodegree program is open to intermediate Java developers with limited experience on mobile platforms to emerge as an…

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Here’s the very short list of colleges offering tuition discounts for distance learning this fall

Nearly all college students think distance learning should cost less. Very few schools agree. After most colleges and universities moved online in the spring, three-quarters of all college students were unhappy with the quality of the education they received. Now, roughly 93% of undergraduates said tuition should be lowered if classes continue remotely in the fall, according to a recent survey of more than 13,000 students by online note-sharing platform OneClass et only a small handful of schools are planning to charge less next semester. While a number of colleges and universities have offered a…

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Approving Additional State Plans for American Rescue Plan Funds To Support Students & Families Experiencing Homelessness

This week, the U.S. Department of Education (Department) approved thirteen additional American Rescue Plan Act of 2021’s Homeless Children and Youth Fund (ARP-HCY) state plans, bringing the total to 41 plans approved. States are continuing to commit to utilizing the $800 million in funding provided by the American Rescue Plan (ARP) for identifying and supporting students experiencing homelessness and connecting them to wrap around services. The Department released the $800 million to states earlier this year. These plans continue to exhibit the hard work by states to expand opportunity for…

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British Council Announces New Scholarship For Indian Students, Young Professionals

The British Council has invited applications for a new Creative Economy Scholarship programme. Ten scholarships worth a total of over 149,000 pound are on offer for Indian students and young professionals to pursue postgraduate studies in the area of Culture Policy and Arts Management at four universities in the United Kingdom. Candidates can apply for the scholarship directly with the participating universities – Birmingham City University, Goldsmiths University of London, King’s College London and University of Glasgow, the council said. Resident Indian citizens with “relevant work experience or proven interest…

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Indian-Origin Scientist Finds Likely Cause For Fall Of Indus Valley Civilisation

Shifting monsoon patterns linked to climate change likely caused the rise and fall of the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation, according to a study by an Indian-origin scientist which analysed data from North India covering the past 5,700 years. The analysis by Nishant Malik from Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in the United State used a new mathematical method to study ancient climate patterns in North India over time, providing insights about past climates using indirect observations. The research, published in ‘Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science’, noted that by…

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“Be Prepared For Any Eventuality”: AIIMS Chief On Omicron Threat

All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Director Dr Randeep Guleria said on Sunday that in view of rising COVID-19 cases in the United Kingdom, India should prepare itself for any eventuality. “We should prepare and hope that things are not as bad as in the United Kingdom. We need more data on Omicron. Whenever there is a surge in cases in other parts of the world, we need to monitor it closely and be prepared for any eventuality. It is better to stay prepared than to get caught off-guard,”…

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10 Study Tips for Exam Preparation

Board examination is just around the corner. Have too much to read and very less time? Stress and pressures taking a toll? Here are ten exam preparation tips that’ll come handy for any student preparing for examination. Preparing for an exam can be stressful at times when we have a lot to study but restricted period of time. While few people having a proper study plan studies better and faster but many others end up studying less and stressing more about the outcome of the exam. 1. CREATE A STUDY…

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6 Health Tips for Students Attending Online Classes at Home

Disclosure: We sometimes use affiliate links in our content. This won’t cost you anything but it helps us to offset our operative costs. Thanks for your support! Online education is becoming more and more popular. Students are able to attend classes from the comfort of their own homes, which often means they can work on school assignments around their busy schedules. However, it also means students may not be in a position to get as much physical activity as when they were attending traditional brick-and-mortar schools. This blog post will…

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