Archive for the Education Category
The higher education system all over the world is now exploding with various options hitherto unheard of. In the globalized era, new career opportunities have emerged and as a result of it, new academic options in these new disciplines have also come up. This section named EDUCATION, aims to bring to you as much information on these new opportunities as possible to help you guide your children in choosing the right career in their life.
What makes children tick?
Why are some kids more successful than others in their academic pursuits?
Are there reasons that contribute to their success?
What are these reasons?
Can every kid achieve their goals
if they set their mind on [...]
In 1986, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) increased radio frequency to a 43-50 MHz range as the first step to reduce interference and improve sound quality, but did not resolve eavesdropping on communications.
Serbian-American inventor Nikolas Tesla (1856–1943) first proposed the idea that radio waves—the key operating factor of wireless telegraphy—could be used for communication of information.
“It is unworthy of excellent men to lose hours like slaves in the labour of calculation which could safely be relegated to anyone else if machines were used.”
Have you considered studying abroad, but are not sure whether it’s worth your time? If you ask anybody who has studied abroad, he or she will most certainly tell you that it is a life-changing [...]
The most significant and foremost reason for the Kargil War is the infiltration, occupation and pre-emptive seizure of a 130–200 km2 area of the strategic military outposts in the Kashmiri town of Kargil, by the Pakistani military and paramilitary forces.
Shortly after the dispute arose, Kashmir turned into a war situation. Threatened by the rapid advances made by the militant Muslims of western Kashmir and Pakistani tribesmen who had breached the Baramulla sector…
Kashmir derives its name from Sanskrit ka shimira meaning “desiccated land”, a land—the Kashmir Valley, formerly a lake—from which water was absorbed or drained, according to the history of the mid-12th century.
From December 2013 until April last year, the United States witnessed an anomaly in the Arctic weather—popularly termed “Polar Vortex”—resulting in a cold outbreak.
The phenomenal drop in temperature—after a large, Arctic air pocket ruptured and [...]
To The Park
Today we went to the park
I enjoyed in the park
It was not dark