Realty in focus: Sunteck posts strong operational update, JP Morgan bullish on Indian real estate

JP Morgan believes that the India residential cycle is turning up with buyer sentiment turning positive on the back of all-time-low mortgage rates and the impact of COVID-19, which seems to be forcing households to look at financial safety and better home quality. As per them, Q3 presales have likely been strong across space. They expect 2H21 sales to compensate for losses in the first five months and expect stronger growth in FY22. They add within the sector, consolidation towards listed developers is likely to continue given better balance sheets…

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How,Strong,Is,The,Indian,Education,Imparted,All,Over,The,Country?

A lot has been said about our Education system in the past… It continues to be a point of debate amongst the learned as to how effective is our education system. While most of us continue to argue, there have been several changes made to the curriculum followed in schools all over the country. We can distribute the education system in several parts i.e. Primary, Secondary, Higher Secondary and College. A Boost to your Confidence The Education system followed in schools has seen many changes in the recent past where…

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9 ways ambitious women can keep going strong in their career

When it comes to achieving career goals , momentum is the key for women. With all the responsibilities women have outside the workplace — health, family and children to name a few — it is easy to lose focus. The bottomline, however, is if you are committed to your career advancement goals , you can’t afford to wait for someone to recognize your ambition, take you under their wing and develop you. It’s you who has to do it. So, here are 9 ways by which ambitious women can keep…

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Post navigation LAUSD credit recovery vendor finds strong demand for online makeup courses nationwide

Ever since LA Unified vaulted from a loominggraduation crisis to potentially breaking its graduation record last school year after implementing a wide-scale online credit recovery program, questions have been raised about how much students are actually learning. The apparent ease with which the district was able to substantially boost the number of diplomas it handed out through a $15 million credit recovery program turned heads and has some asking if the online courses are rigorous enough. Board President Steve Zimmer has questions, as did the Los Angeles Times editorial pages and some academics.…

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