10 QUICK TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL EXAM PREPARATION

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February, 2020

There are always various activities that can be done separately or combined in enhancing one’s experience. Herewith, there are few guidelines respectively outlined to serve as a practical reference.

 

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1. GIVE YOURSELF ENOUGH TIME TO STUDY

Make a study schedule that fits your way of studying and do not leave anything for the last minute. While some students do seem to thrive on last-minute studying, often this way of partial studying is not the best approach for exam preparation. Write down how many exams you have, how many pages you have to learn, and the days you have left. Afterwards, organize your study habits accordingly.

2. MAKE SURE YOUR STUDY SPACE IS ORGANIZED

Make sure you have enough space on your desk to spread your textbooks and notes. Ensuring that the room is sufficiently bright and your chair restful enough are also points to consider. Pay attention to details that can distract you and remove them from your study space. Make sure that you feel comfortable in your study space and that you are able to focus. For some individuals, this may mean complete silence, while for others listening to music helps. Some of us need complete order to focus, while others like to study in a more cluttered environment. Make sure your study space is friendly and pleasant so that you can fully concentrate

3. USE FLOW CHARTS AND DIAGRAMS

Visual aids can be especially helpful when revising study material. At the start of a topic, write down everything you already know about the subject. Closer to the exam, transform your revision notes in a diagram. In that manner the visual remeberance can aid to your readiness considerably when taking the exam.

4. PRACTICE ON OLD EXAMS

One of the most effective ways to prepare for exams is to practice with an old version of previous exams. Also, an old test will help you see the format and formulation of the questions and it will be good for you to know what to expect but also as a worthy practice for measuring the time you need for the actual test.

5. EXPLAIN YOUR ANSWERS TO OTHERS

With the help of your family and friends, you could excel on your exam. Explain them your reasoning for why you have answered a certain question in a certain way.

6. ORGANIZE STUDY GROUPS WITH FRIENDS

Study groups can help you get the answers you need and finish tasks faster. Just make sure the group is focused on the subject and they are not easily distracted.

7. TAKE REGULAR BREAKS

Regular breaks are needed for the brain to regain its focus. It is not the best tactic to study long hours because long-term retention of knowledge is almost impossible. The most important part of studying is to develop a routine that fits your study style.

8. SNACKING ON HEALTHY FOOD IS GOOD FOR THE BRAIN

You should not eat unhealthy food while you are studying. Keep your body and brain fit by choosing natural, fresh and vitamins rich food that is good for you and would improve your concentration and memory.

9. PLAN THE DAY OF YOUR EXAMS

Check all the rules and requirements for the exam. Plan your route and the time it may take you to reach your destination – then add on some extra time. You do not want to arrive late and deal with even more anxiety.

10. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER

While studying for exams and even during an exam, it is advisable to drink water. Remaining hydrated is vital and adds to your overall positive mood.

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TOP TIPS TO CRACK NEET 2020

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February, 2020

When it comes to NEET, there always are questions on deciding what to prepare, how to prepare and up to what extent it needs to be prepared. Here are a few suggestions for the same.

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Aiming for a profession which is not only your career but a way of life. Medical sciences as a profession give an opportunity to serve and save millions of lives and take a candidate to heights of serving mankind. Candidates seek to practice medicine in India are required to appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).

It is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Those who qualify NEET assessment have bright chances of getting admission for medical studies in Indian medical and dental colleges. Qualifying NEET will open up the doors for students and more chances of getting admission into medical and dental colleges of India. To help the candidates in preparations, I bring to you a few tips and suggestions for NEET 2020. The present article will guide the candidates about essentials to qualify the entrance examination

KNOW THE CONTENT

A candidate should be well-versed with syllabus before they start the preparation. Different sections and concepts that are in NEET syllabus should be under appropriate consideration. Time-division for every section is needed and this is possible only when the candidate is familiar with the syllabus and books.

SIGNIFICANT BOOKS FOR NEET

Books are always reckoned as the best resources to qualify the competitive exam. Selecting the best books for the exam is also one of the important aspects to be looked upon. The material or the book you choose should be beneficial in clearing the fundamentals and basics. Medical council of India has suggested few books which can also be considered as an effective tool to prepare for NEET. Three subjects need to be prepared thoroughly.

For physics, different coaching institutes and experts suggest various books but the important one are “Concept of Physics” by H.C. Verma; “Objective Physics” by DC Pandey; “Fundamentals of Physics” by Halliday, Resnick and walker. Same way books for chemistry also need to be selected with the utmost care. Few books which I would suggest are ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee and Dinesh Chemistry Guide.

The third main domain that is biology is equally important to qualify NEET exam. Suggested book by various experts are “Objective Botany” by Ansari, “Pradeep Guide” on Biology and “GRB Bathla publications for Biology”.

WHAT TO STUDY FOR NEET

There is always a question of deciding what to prepare and up to what extent it needs to be prepared. Previous year paper analysis gives you an idea about the chapter-wise weightage. This analysis also gives you an idea about the important topics and the marks associated with the topic. For all the three subjects that is Physics, Chemistry and Biology a candidate need focus on the syllabus covering both the grades that is Class 11th and 12th. Each chapter given in the syllabus of both the classes has its weightage.

An approximate estimation has been discussed in this article about the weightage of a chapter in the whole syllabus (means out of 100 percent). Based on the weightage discussed a candidate can prioritise the chapter/topic to be focused more and chapter/topic to be focused less. In Class 11th, there are total ten chapters for Physics and their weightage have been mentioned inside the bracket (after the name of the chapter).

Chapters of Class 11th Physics are named as: Physical world and measurement(2%), Kinematics(3%), Laws Of Motion(3%), Work energy and power(4%), Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body(5%), Gravitation(2%), Properties of Bulk Matter(3%), Thermodynamics(9%), Behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory(3%), Oscillation and waves(3%). Same way if I talk about the syllabus of physics of class 12th, there are total of nine chapters/ topic.

These chapters along with their weightage are as follows: Electrostatics(9%), Current Electricity(8%), Magnetic Effect of Current and Magnetism(5%), Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current(8%), Electromagnetic Waves(5%), Optics(10%), Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation(6%), Atoms and Nuclei(3%), electronic devices (9%).

Now coming to the next important part that is Chemistry for Class 11th. There are fourteen chapters that are considered to be important qualify NEET exam. The chapters along with their weightage are Basic concepts of chemistry (1%), Structure of atom (2%), Classification of elements and periodicity in properties (2%), Chemical bonding and Molecular structure(5%), States of Matter: Gases and liquid(2%), Thermodynamics (8%), Equilibrium(6%), Redox reaction (3%), Hydrogen(3%), S block elements (2%), P block elements (2%), Organic Chemistry basic principles and techniques(4%), Hydrocarbons(3%), Environmental chemistry (2%).

Likewise if I talk about the important chapters of chemistry covered under the syllabus of class 12 these are: Solid-state(2%), Solutions (5%), Electrochemistry (2%), Chemical Kinetics(3%), Surface chemistry (2%), Isolation of elements (2%), p-block elements(5%), d and f block elements (4%), Coordination compounds (9%), Haloalkanes and haloaranes(3%), Alcohols, phenols and Ethers(4%), Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids(4%), Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen(2%), Biomolecules(3%),Polymers(3%) and chemistry in daily life(2%).

Now talking about the most complex subject that is Biology. The Class 11th syllabus has been divided into five broad parts, each having different chapters. Here it is a bit difficult to talk about the weightage of each chapter specifically but the pattern of NEET exam suggests the weightage to be given for each part of the syllabus for both Class 11th and 12th. These categories are Diversity of living organisms (14%), Structural Organization in Plants & Animals (5%), Structure and function (9%), Plant physiology (6%), Human physiology (20%).

PLAN YOUR STUDY

An exam-oriented plan for your preparation is essential to maintain your concentration and motivation level throughout the journey of completing the syllabus with perfection.

CONCEPTS TO BE CLEAR ABOUT

Do not mug up the concepts try to make a clear understanding about the same.

REVISION LEADS TO PERFECTION

No preparation is significant without proper reinforcement of concepts. Proper revision is required to practice and to attain perfection. I hope the above discussion will surely help you out to decide what to study, how much to study, the priority you need to give to different chapters and this would help you in time management for exam and will for sure lead you towards success

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WHAT IS HOTEL MANAGEMENT COURSE & IS IT FOR YOU?

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February, 2020

Opulent hotels, grand cruises and everything classy! Hotel industry seems all about the glamour and luxury.

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But is it the same when you’re working behind the scenes?

The hotel industry is one of the most popular careers not only in India but all over the world. Today, we take a deep dive into this profession and find out what is hotel management course and is it for you?

WHAT IS HOTEL MANAGEMENT?

Hotel management is a part of the hospitality sector which is responsible for providing boarding and lodging services to guests.

Hotels are generally rated out of 5 stars depending upon the facilities and luxuries they offer. Hotel management is the study of operating such properties without any discrepancies. A typical 5-star property generally has 4 core departments.

Front office (Reception), Housekeeping, F & B services and Kitchen are the 4 core departments in a 5-star property. In a hotel management course, students are taught the operations of each department and how they work in harmony with each other.

After completing the hotel management course, students can then decide which department they wish to work for.

WHAT DOES A HOTELIER DO?

Hoteliers are deployed in all the departments of a hotel. From housekeeping to the kitchen, each hotelier plays a different role to ensure a smooth operation of the hotel.

From greeting guests in the lobby, serving them food and beverages in restaurants, to keeping the guest rooms clean and tidy, hoteliers are responsible for every aspect of a hotel.

WHY BUILD A CAREER IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT?

The hotel industry is growing exponentially in India, which adds more and more opportunities for the people working in it.

This exponential growth in the hotel industry not only opens more tourism in the country but more working opportunities in the hotels for the future.

SCOPE OF HOTEL MANAGEMENT

As a hotelier, you can work in the following:

    • Front Office

 

    • Housekeeping

 

    • F&B

 

    • Kitchen

 

    • Marketing

 

    • Finance

 

    • Purchase

 

As a hotelier, you can start your career in either of the 4 departments.

The front office primarily deals with guests and check-ins.
Housekeeping deals in the cleanliness and maintenance of the hotel.
F & B is the department which takes care of service of food and beverages.
Kitchen is the department where the food is prepared.

DEMAND FOR HOTELIERS

According to Statista, the market size of hotel industry in India has grown from $7 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $13 billion by 2020.

This open doors for people who want to join the hotel industry. A growing industry will always have opportunities for employment as well as growth.

PROS AND CONS OF A CAREER IN HOTEL MANAGEMENT

 

Pros Cons
A clear career path Really long working hours
Interaction with people from all over the globe Lots of physical labour
Not a monotonous desk job No festive holidays
Learning opportunities Work may get stressful

 

Hotels as much as they look glamorous from the outside, they’re not for people who are working behind the scenes. It has long working hours, break shifts, physical work and no weekends off. You don’t even get offs on major holidays like Diwali, Christmas etc. because that’s when the hotels are packed the most.

If you’re willing to sacrifice the holidays and are ready for physical intensive labour, long working hours, then you should consider getting into the hotel industry.

Working in hotels can be fun as you’re not working at a desk, you interact with guests (if you’re in service or front office), you get to learn about the industry and every day is a new challenge.

QUALIFICATION REQUIRED FOR HOTEL MANAGEMENT

To get into the hotel industry, you need a bachelor’s, BSc or BA degree in hotel management. These hotel management courses are offered by several universities and colleges throughout India.

On completion of this course, you can interview for any 5-star property or even try for airlines, railways, health care and more.

DEGREE FIELD OF STUDY
BHM Food production, Bakery, F&B, Housekeeping, Facility Planning, Front Office etc.
BHMCT Nutrition, Front Office, Food Production, Housekeeping, Communication etc.
Bsc in HHM Food Production, Front Office, Bakery, Housekeeping, Communication etc.

 

 

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INTERIOR DESIGN CAREER: SCOPE, DEMAND, OPPORTUNITIES

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Evolution of mankind led to the modern lifestyle we lead today. Designed by gut and perception, we have defined a way of life for ourselves.

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As life gets busier and hectic, people wish to unwind and relax in happy and snug places. A beautiful and well-designed home impacts lifestyle, bringing interior designing to the front seat.

But an eye for interior design is gift to a few.
If the thought of design, colors & creating spaces gets you excited and your aim is to become an interior designer, this blog is for you.

In this blog, we will discuss in depth how to build an interior design career in India.

WHAT IS INTERIOR DESIGN?

A profession about 100 years old, interior designing has come a long way from being about simple decoration of rooms to the effective utilization of spaces and trendy home decor.

Interior design is about our experience with places and shaping indoor spaces with beautiful aesthetics.

By definition, it is “the art and science of enhancing the interior of a building to achieve a healthier and aesthetically pleasing environment.”

Related to architecture, interior designing involves designing of man-made spaces to make them pleasant and comfortable.

Often confused with interior decorators, an interior designer is equipped with a professional degree and training in interior designing apart from their knowledge of colors, fabrics & furniture to enhance the outlook of spaces.

WHAT DOES AN INTERIOR DESIGNER DO?

The desire to have beautiful, plush homes is as old as the evolution of mankind. An interior designer makes this wish come true and makes places worth living.

Interior design is all about research, conceptual development, efficient planning and creating a relaxed environment for the stakeholders.

Professional interior designers possess the working knowledge of space planning, textiles, color schemes and more.

They work with architects, engineers & builders to plan how spaces will look and function and take care of inspection regulations and building codes.

WHY BUILD AN INTERIOR DESIGN CAREER

SCOPE:

With relative changes in lifestyle and fast-paced urbanization, there seems to be a significant scope of interior designing, making it one of the most sought after creative professions in India today.

The interior design market is driven by the influence of cosmopolitan culture, fueled by social media trends.

The market trend shows a remarkable growth in the demand of Interior designers as more and more people rely on professionals to build new spaces or renovate old ones to enable a comfortable & happy living.

With booming property prices, Indian homes are becoming smaller and house owners seem to have found the solution to space crisis in the face of interior designing.

People are attracted to have theme-based interiors and styles to make their homes stand out, leading to the potential increase in interior design jobs in the coming years.

DEMAND:

The interior design market is expected to see an exponential growth by 2025 globally.

As per “MarketWatch, In 2018, interior design market was valued at 130,100 million USD and can expect a potential (CAGR) growth rate of 8.5% between 2019-2024, leading the market to be valued at 212,300.

Talking about Indian Market, in a research conducted by CII, the number of designers in India was estimated at 36,387 out of which 10.17% were interior designers.

As per a report by Brandongaille , interior design jobs are expected to see an estimated increase by 13% in the next decade.

Going by statistics and the increasing number of people opting to get homes designed by interior designers, their demand is bound to significantly increase in the years to come.

PROS AND CONS OF INTERIOR DESIGN CAREER

Pros Cons
Creative Freedom No Fixed Clientele
Growth prospects Constant Knowledge Updation
Growing Demand Work pressure
Flexible work schedule No fixed salary
Job Satisfaction Requires attention to detail
Financial rewards Pressure from stakeholders

QUALIFICATIONS OF AN INTERIOR DESIGNER

Anyone who is creative and passionate about designing properties can become an interior decorator. But an interior design career isn’t easy to build.

Here are some Qualifications you need to become a professional interior designer:

10+2 with any stream: The individual should have passed 10+2 in any stream with minimum 50% marks to pursue a graduation course in interior designing.

Take All India Entrance Examination for Design (AIEED): Few colleges select candidates based on AIEED rank. It is conducted for students seeking admission to undergraduate courses in interior designing.

Completion of a Bachelor’s of Science (B.SC) in Interior Design degree: The individual must earn a B.Sc. in Interior design degree from a recognized university.

Diploma in Interior design: An individual who has passed their 10+2 or equivalent exams with 50% marks can also opt for a Diploma in Interior Design.

Further, an individual can also pursue a Master’s of Science (M.SC) in Interior Design or MBA depending on how in-depth one wants to learn.

MBA in Interior Design: It is a 2-year course. The individual must have completed a Bachelor’s or Master’s from a recognized university with a minimum of 45% marks.

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IMPORTANCE OF NEET QUESTION PAPERS AND MOCK TESTS

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Wondering why NEET question papers and mock tests are such a big deal for everyone? Read on to find out the answer to this question.

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Any preparation article, be it from an expert or a topper, is incomplete without the mention of NEET previous years question papers and mock tests. This often leaves candidates wondering why it is important to solve the NEET question papers of previous years and mock tests. There are many reasons as to why experts and toppers emphasize solving these during the preparatory phase. This article will help you understand why it is important to solve the question papers of previous years and mock tests for NEET 2020.

NEET 2020: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO SOLVE THE QUESTION PAPERS OF PREVIOUS YEARS AND MOCK TESTS?

Understanding the Exam Pattern

When it comes to understanding the exam pattern there is no better guide than the question papers of the previous years. They help you understand the type of questions that can be asked from a topic in NEET 2020. An in-depth analysis of the question papers will also help you judge which topics are important with respect to NEET.

Time Management and Speed

According to the exam pattern of NEET, you have to solve 180 questions in 3 hours (180 minutes), which implies that you get only 1 minute per question. To attempt the maximum number of questions on the exam day, you need to achieve this speed. NEET question papers of previous years and mock tests are designed to be solved in a duration of 3 hours. Setting a timer while solving these will help you achieve this speed.

Accuracy

Solving NEET question papers and mock tests will not only help you with time management but will also help improve your speed and accuracy. You may be able to solve 10 questions in 10 minutes, but how many of these are correct? To get good results, you must achieve accuracy and considerable speed.

Confidence

It is not uncommon for candidates to feel nervous or anxious before or during the examination. But, according to the exam day experiences shared by various candidates, candidates who have solved NEET question papers of previous years and mock tests feel confident as compared to those who relied only on books.

Prepare you for anything and everything

During the initial stages of preparation, a candidate sticks to solving the question papers of previous years and a few basic mock tests. As you progress, you are advised to attempt mock tests of intermediate and advanced difficulty levels. Mock tests of various difficulty levels prepare a candidate for almost any question. This will help you on the day of the examination and you will not be overwhelmed by the NEET 2020 question paper.

Preparation Analysis & Performance Evaluation

Solving the question papers and mock tests on your own will also help you analyse your preparation. After every mock test, spend some time analysing the results. Your preparation may be rock solid and you may have read everything, but there will be questions/ topics which prevent you from getting a perfect score. Analysing the results of mock tests will help you strengthen these areas and will help improve your performance on the exam day.

 

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SCIENCE STUDENTS PEEKABOO – TOP PHARMACY EXAMS IN INDIA 2020

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December, 2019

Several universities and institutions at national and state level are ready to conduct Pharmacy Entrance Exams for the year 2020. Candidates who wish to take admission in diploma, graduate and postgraduate programmes in Pharmacy can refer to this exclusively curated list of top pharmacy entrance exams in India.

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Pharmacy is one of the most opted professional course in India. The rapidly growing Pharmaceutical industry and Pharmaceutical research has attracted the interest of the students to take Pharmacy as a career option. In India there are various colleges and universities of International repute which offers programmes in Pharmacy at different levels such as Diploma, Undergraduate and Post-Graduate levels. These programmes are approved by the PCI (Pharmacy Council of India) and AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education), New Delhi.

In order to gain the expertise in various branches of Pharmacy, students can choose from a range of programmes offered at Post-Graduation level. The various branches offered during M. Pharma (Master of Pharmacy) are Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, and pharmacovigilance.

Students who wish to make a career in the field of Pharmacy can refer to this curated list of important Pharmacy Exam for 2020 divided according to their level such as National level, State level and University level.

Exam Name Conducting Body
GPAT (Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test) National Testing Agency (NTA)
NIPER JEE National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), Mohali
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE- Pharmacy) West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board
Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination (UPSEE-Pharmacy) Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Uttar Pradesh
Odisha Joint Entrance Examination – Pharmacy (OJEE-P) Odisha State Government
Maharashtra Common Entrance Test – Pharmacy (MHT CET) Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra
Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS-P) Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur,
KCET (Karnataka Common Entrance Test) Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA)
GUJCET (Gujarat Common Entrance Test) Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB)
Goa Common Entrance Test (Goa CET) Department of Technical Education, Goa Government
GITAM GAT (GITAM Graduate Aptitude Test) Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management (GITAM), Vishakhapatnam
MET (MAHE Entrance Test) Manipal Academy of Higher Education or MAHE formerly known as Manipal University
Jamia Hamdard Pharmacy Jamia Hamdard University (A Deemed to be University), New Delhi

NATIONAL LEVEL PHARMACY EXAM LIST

GPAT

GPAT 2020 or the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test 2020 is a national level entrance exam which allows candidates to take admission in to M. Pharma courses in colleges and institutes approved by the AICTE in India. GPAT 2020 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency or the NTA. GPAT 2020 exam is scheduled to happen on January 28, 2020.

NIPER JEE

National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Joint Entrance Exam 2020 or NIPER JEE 2020 is a national level exam which offers M. Pharm, M. Tech (Pharm), MBA (Pharm) and Ph.D. in pharmacy across its seven campuses all over India. The exam is conducted by the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Mohali.

The exam duration is of two hours and is conducted in the English medium. NIPER JEE 2020 comprises 200 multiple-choice questions (MCQs). Each correct answer is awarded 1 mark and there’s a negative marking of 0.25 mark for every wrong answer.

STATE LEVEL EXAMS

DELHI CET

Delhi Common Entrance Test (CET) is a state level entrance test. Delhi CET is conducted by the Department of Training and Technical Education, Delhi for admissions in a diploma course in Pharmacy. Delhi CET is also known as Delhi Polytechnic examination. Delhi CET exam will be held somewhere in the last week of May 2020.

GOA CET

Goa Common Entrance Test (Goa CET) exam is a state level entrance test conducted by Department of Technical Education, Goa Government for admissions to professional degree course in Pharmacy offered by colleges in Goa. The authority organizes GCET exam in the month of May.

GUJARAT CET

The Gujarat Common Entrance Test or the GUJCET is held by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) for admission in degree and diploma programmes in Pharmacy across Gujarat. The exam is expected to commence in the month of April.

KCET

KCET or the Karnataka Common Entrance Test is a state level entrance exam which facilitates admissions into B. Pharma and D. Pharma programmes across colleges in Karnataka State. KCET is conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority (KEA). The commencement of KCET registration is expected in the month of February 2020.

UKSEE

UKSEE or the Uttarakhand State Entrance Exam is a state level entrance exam which is conducted by Uttarakhand Technical University. UKSEE facilitates admission in B. Pharma and M. Pharma programmes across colleges in Uttarakhand State. The online registration is expected to begin in the second week of April 2020.

UPSEE

Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Exam or the UPSEE is a gateway for the candidates seeking admissions in B. Pharma programme across colleges in Uttar Pradesh. The state level exam is conducted by Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Uttar Pradesh. UPSEE application forms are expected to be available online from the Third week of January 2020.

WBJEE

WBJEE or the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination is a state-level exam which facilitates admission into B.Pharmacy courses at universities, government colleges and self-financing institutions in West Bengal. WBJEE exam is conducted by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB). The WBJEE 2020 exam will be conducted in offline mode on February 2, 2020.

RUHS PHARMACY

RUHS Pharmacy exam is a state level exam. The Rajasthan University of Health Sciences (RUHS) conducts the RUHS Pharmacy exams for admission in B. Pharma and D. Pharma programmes to its affiliated colleges across the Rajasthan State. RUHS will make the online application forms available soon on their official website, ruhsraj.org. RUHS will open online registrations around Fourth week of June 2020.

KEAM ENTRANCE EXAM

KEAM or the Kerala Engineering, Agricultural and Medical Entrance Exam facilitates admission in B. Pharma, B. Pharma (Lateral Entry) and M. Pharma programmes across government and private colleges in the Kerala state. The KEAM exam is conducted by Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE), Kerala. CEE will start accepting the online registrations in the First week of February 2020.

CHHATTISGARH PRE PHARMACY TEST (CG PPHT)

CG PPHT or the Chhattisgarh Pre Pharmacy Test is a state level entrance exam administered by Chhattisgarh Vyapam also known as Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board, Raipur. The CG PPHT exam is a gateway for students to take admissions in B. Pharma, D. Pharma and M. Pharma programmes across affiliated colleges and institutions in Chhattisgarh state. CG Vyapam is expected to start inviting applications and registrations from the Third week of March 2020.

PUNJAB TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY (PTU) EXAM

PTU or Punjab Technical University exam is conducted by the I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Kapurthala, Punjab. PTU exam facilitates admission into undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Pharmacy. The final admission is granted after the centralized counselling. Candidates can register for the exam somewhere around the fourth week of April 2020.

ODISHA JOINT ENTRANCE (OJEE) EXAM

OJEE or the Odisha Joint Entrance Exam is conducted by the Odisha State Government to facilitate admission into B. Pharma and M. Pharma courses across the affiliated colleges and institutes in Odisha State. The registration for OJEE exam is expected to begin in and around First week of February 2020.

UNIVERSITY LEVEL EXAMS

JAMIA HAMDARD PHARMACY EXAM

Jamia Hamdard Pharmacy entrance test is conducted by the Jamia Hamdard University, which is a Deemed to be University, New Delhi. Hamdard College of Pharmacy has started the diploma course in 1972 which was affiliated to Delhi Board of Technical Education. The B. Pharm. course was started in 1973 under Delhi University and the M. Pharma course in all the four disciplines with PhD programme was started in 1986. Jamia Hamdard is expected to start the registration and application process in and around the Third week of March 2020.

MAHE 2020 OR MET 2020

Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MCOPS) is the institute under Manipal Academy of Higher Education or MAHE formerly known as Manipal University. MCOPS offers various courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level in Pharmacy. MCOPS or MAHE conducts Manipal Entrance Test commonly called as MET 2020 for admission into B. Pharma/Pharm. D and M. Pharma programmes.

MET 2020 Pharmacy will be conducted by MAHE and has already started the online registration and applications for B. Pharma and M. Pharma programmes on October 5, 2020. The last date for submitting the application forms March 15, 2020.

GITAM GAT 2020

GITAM GAT 2020 is conducted by Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management (GITAM). GITAM GAT 2020 which is commonly known as GITAM Graduate Aptitude Test. GITAM GAT 2020 exam is conducted for admission in M. Pharma programmes. For M. Pharma programmes, candidates who have qualified the GPAT will be exempted from the GITAM GAT 2020. The examination is a computer-based test expected to be held in April 2020. Candidates can register and apply till March 30, 2020.

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15 STEAM SUMMER LEARNING IDEAS FOR STUDENTS OF ALL AGES

 

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When students leave the classroom for the summer, they lose approximately one to three months of learning. For low-income students who do not have access to regular care or summer camps, they can experience ‘summer learning loss’ at an even higher rate.

Take a look at 15 STEAM summer learning ideas that can help students of all ages achieve academic and personal growth this summer!

SCIENCE

  • Create hands-on biology projects — For students who need extra support in biology during the summer months, experiential learning can help them take charge and investigate science outside of the traditional classroom. Challenge students by asking them to create their own algae reactors, or find ways to collect water from plant leaves to develop a deeper understanding of scientific concepts.

  • Plan an environmental science camp — Through daily field exercises during a summer environmental science camp, students get hands-on experience with chemical testing and water supply assessments. At MHS, middle school students visit nearby colleges to practice their skills within local watersheds.

  • Analyze water chemistry — During the summer months, students can spend time outdoors and combine their science, technology, and math knowledge by installing water quality probes in bodies of water. After installing a water quality probe in a campus stream this spring, MHS students will be analyzing the data this summer and looking for trends.

TECHNOLOGY

  • Design rockets — This is a creative summer learning activity that excites many younger students. By designing and launching their own rockets, students learn about flight and motion and develop problem-solving skills through the design thinking process.

  • Introduce technology clubs — To help students get excited for the school year during the summer months, MHS middle schoolers can participate in a summer Technology Student Association (TSA) camp where they learn how to design and create objects through technology-related activities — including catapult design, video game design, CAD foundations, and digital photography.

  • Create electrical circuits with play-dough — Work with students to make insulating dough and conductive dough, and then set up a simple circuit with LED lights to teach students about electronics and technology in a fun way!

ENGINEERING

  • Build forts with natural materials — To help younger students develop an early interest in engineering during the summer months, plan outdoor adventure activities that allow them to be inventive such as building forts with natural materials.

  • Design nature trails — At the MHS Environmental Center, high school students have the opportunity to maintain nature trails, design new paths on campus, and build fire pits and benches. This type of activity allows students to spend quality time outdoors while making connections to engineering and design thinking concepts.

  • Construct birdhouses — Something as simple as constructing birdhouses can be a hands-on way for students of all ages to understand basic engineering principles – such as creating logical designs and calculating the cost and size of materials.

ART

  • Offer guided painting classes — To help students get creative this summer, guided painting classes give middle and high school students the chance to practice art techniques with an instructor who will help guide them to a finished product.

  • Organize choral camps — MHS elementary students can sign up for choral camps throughout the summer months. Learning how to express themselves through music and perform in front of an audience can boost students’ confidence and self-esteem.

  • Paint birdhouses — The arts connect to a variety of subjects, especially engineering. As students learn about engineering and carpentry by constructing birdhouses, they can expand on their artistic abilities by painting the birdhouses with colorful illustrations.

MATH

  • Help students run their own business — As they learn how to process customers’ orders and make business decisions, students can apply their mathematics knowledge in real-world contexts while developing lifelong customer service skills. At MHS, high school students participate in the school’s STEAM Project Market program during the summer — it features a student-run produce stand and ice cream center that supports entrepreneurial instruction.

  • Host a Lego derby — To help younger students learn about concepts like math, gravity, and friction, try planning a Lego derby. Through math-related lessons, students will use their creativity and logic to design cars using Legos. They’ll also experience the friendly excitement of racing them against one another!

  • Create a MakerSpace — At MHS, students have the freedom to design items in the MHS MakerSpace year-round using knowledge gained from their math classes. When students have the space to bring their ideas to life, that’s when they experience growth — especially during the summer months.

 

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THE EVER-EVOLVING ROLE OF A FASHION STYLIST

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From working under big designers to getting bylines on luxurious fashion magazines, stylists have experienced an evolution in their own journey. Nowadays, they are the go-to person for eminent designers.

With the ever-evolving digital landscape, the role of fashion stylists is also evolving. Throwing light on this very topic, Shalini Gupta, Head of Department – Styling, and Beauty, School of Fashion, Pearl Academy takes us through the various aspects of Fashion Stylists.

 

WHAT IS FASHION STYLING AND WHO ARE SOME OF THE FAMOUS FASHION STYLISTS?

Images have become central to the way we consume culture, make fashion and lifestyle choices and even stay updated on current global affairs. A fashion stylist is the ‘Image Maker’. Be it for magazines, brands, people or films, a stylist works on building characters we can relate to and aspire to be like. Some of the most famous stylists are Anahita Shroff and Vijendra Bhardwaj for Magazines, Rhea Kapoor and Ami Patel for celebrities, Niharika Khan and Manish Malhotra for films.

 

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FASHION DESIGN AND FASHION STYLING?

Fashion Design gives us products whereas Fashion Styling weaves stories around the product to make it relatable and places it in our own life and context. Based on consumer preferences, audience profiles, and aesthetic compositions, fashion styling bridges the gap between the product and the buyer. It builds connections with you as a consumer and builds aspirations.

 

WHAT ARE THE SKILL SETS REQUIRED AND WHAT ARE THE CAREER OPTIONS?

To be a good stylist, you should be a keen observer and stay updated with current affairs. Doing research is very important. Graphic visualization skills, photography, make-up, and hair and editing skills will be a plus point to help with visual and digital communication.

You can work as a stylist for magazines, television, films, web series and celebrities. Additionally, you can work for brands, on social media campaigns, for commerce websites, as a fashion show director, visual merchandiser as well as in public relations.

 

IS IT IMPORTANT TO HAVE A FORMAL EDUCATION AS A STYLIST?

Because of the growing competition, formal education will give you the skills you need to prove yourself faster as you will gain experience while in college by working on projects. You will be able to think on your feet and create original work due to the theoretical and practical knowledge you will acquire through class work and projects.

 

WHAT THINGS SHOULD A STUDENT LOOK FOR WHILE CHOOSING A DESIGN SCHOOL FOR SUCH COURSES?

A student should look for a good team of faculty with relevant teaching and industry experience. Also, it is important to see that they have a good alumni pool in the industry which will provide a lot of opportunities to engage with the industry. Becoming a stylist today takes as much work as any profession and one should not get swayed by promises of quick results. Like any other profession, it takes sustained effort and a lot of practical work.

 

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ENDLESS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES : ABOUT TRAVEL AND TOURISM

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The travel and tourism industry in India is currently experiencing unprecedented growth. The industry is one of the largest and most profitable industries in India and contributes significantly to the foreign exchange earned. As per various studies, the industry is expected to create over 45 million jobs in India by 2025.

Students have endless career opportunities in this fast growing industry of travel and tourism. Candidates looking to pursue their career in the industry can choose to work for travel agencies, government tourism departments, tour operations, immigration and customs services, airlines, hotels, and the list continues.

Candidates can pursue a degree, diploma, or certificate course in travel and tourism at graduation or post-graduation level. Candidates can also pursue PhD in their chosen subject of travel and tourism to build their career in the field of research.

Know what all a travel and tourism course has to offer in terms of the course curriculum, job profiles, top recruiters, and more.

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REQUIRED SKILLSET FOR TRAVEL & TOURISM

 

Professionals working in the industry of travel and tourism are concerned with providing quality services to people who are away from home on a holiday or business. Candidates looking to pursue a career in tourism industry must have a love for travelling along with the hunger to learn new things and knack of staying up-to-date with the latest news as well as socio-economic trends of the world.

Some of the traits and skills that candidates should have to build a successful career in travel and tourism industry are:

Skillset for Travel & Tourism Candidates
Confidence Excellent communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills Pleasant and well-groomed personality
Diligence Flexibility
Commitment Enthusiasm
Good administration and management skills Patience
Good research and planning skills Problem-solving skills
Organisation skills Time management skills
Strong networking skills Teamwork
Hardworking Leadership skills

 

TRAVEL & TOURISM: ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

 

There are many colleges and universities in India that offer undergraduate or postgraduate level degree, diploma, certificate, distance learning, and online courses in various sectors of travel and tourism. Some such sectors include tourism management, tour operation, airline management, airline ticketing, travel administration, etc.

Given below is generic travel and tourism eligibility criteria for UG as well as PG courses. It may be noted that the eligibility criteria might vary depending on the policies of the college/ university in which a candidate is applying.

Eligibility Criteria for Bachelor Degree Courses: Candidates should clear Class XII in any stream from a recognised board with a minimum aggregate percentage (usually 50% – 60%).

Eligibility Criteria for Master Degree Courses: Candidates should clear graduation from a recognised institute/ university with a minimum percentage (usually 45% – 60%). Preference for admission is usually given to candidates who have proficiency in any of the foreign languages.

Eligibility Criteria for Diploma Courses: Candidates should clear Class XII from a recognised board with minimum 50% – 60% aggregate marks.

Eligibility Criteria for PG Diploma Courses: Candidates should clear graduation from a recognised university with minimum 50% – 60% aggregate marks.

Eligibility Criteria for Certificate Courses: Candidates should clear Class XII from a recognised board with at least 45% – 50% marks.

Eligibility Criteria for Distance Learning/ Online Courses: Candidates must note that Travel & Tourism distance learning/ online courses are offered at all – degree, diploma and certificate levels. Therefore, eligibility criteria for distance learning programmes remains the same as mentioned above for different courses.

 

COURSE CURRICULUM FOR TRAVEL & TOURISM

 

Curriculum of a travel and tourism programme depends on the course a candidate is pursuing – degree, diploma, or certificate. However, to get an overview of the subjects taught in some of the popular travel and tourism courses (mentioned in the table below)

Popular Travel and Tourism Courses
Certificate course in Travel & Tourism Cruise Line Operations and Management
Airfares & Ticketing Computer Reservation System
Bachelor of Tourism Administration BA (H) Hotel Management, Travel and Tourism
BBA (Tourism and Travel Management) BCom Tourism and Travel Management
Executive MBA in Tourism, Hospitality and Aviation Programme Master of Tourism Administration
MBA Tourism and Travel MBA Tourism and Leisure
MBA International Business (Tourism) MBA Tourism and Cargo Management
PG Diploma in Travel and Tourism MA in Travel and Tourism
Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Tourism PhD in Travel and Tourism

 

TRAVEL & TOURISM: JOB PROFILES & TOP RECRUITERS

 

While experience is a significant factor to grow in the field of travel and tourism, there are endless job opportunities that candidates can avail in both private and public sectors after pursuing a course in the same. Some of the popular job profiles in travel and tourism are:

    • Holiday/ Travel Agent: A travel agent evaluates the requirements of tourists and help them make the best possible travel arrangements. Many hotels and travel groups hire travel agents to sell their tour packages to clients.

 

    • Travel Executive: A travel executive is responsible for managing different aspects of a travel including transportation, flight booking, hotel accommodation, destination information, etc.

 

    • Tourism Manager: A tourism manager promotes tourism in his/her region through different advertising strategies and campaigns. The manager also offers assistance to tourists of different cultures and traditions. Travel Officer/ Coordinator: A travel coordinator finds best prices on hotels, flights and rental cars; processes employee travel expenses, sets up corporate discounts with travel vendors, creates itineraries, etc.

 

    • Airlines/ Ground Staff: The ground staff plays a crucial role in areas such as commercial activities, running of airports, airline operations, etc. The job of ground staff is vast and include responsibilities such as inspecting, storing and transporting luggage; and stocking the aircraft with food and beverage items. Tourist Guide: A tourist guide helps tourists visiting different tourist places and provides them information on cultural, historical and contemporary heritage of religious and historical sites, museums and other places of interest.

 

    • Transport Officer: A transport officer is typically appointed by a state government or local transport body to carry out activities like maintenance of the vehicle fleet, overseeing vehicle establishment programmes, certifying ground transportation budget etc.

 

    • Travel Counselor/ Consultant: A travel counselor has the responsibility of providing complete guidance on travel to clients. A counselor ensures best travel deals for the clients. Tour Operator: A tour operator is a professional who organises tours and manages the travel and stay of tourists. There are many companies which operate tours for domestic as well as international clients and thus require tour operators.

 

    • Travel Writer: A travel writer is responsible for writing an array of stories related to travel such as historical places, vacations, adventure, hotel industry, culture, etc.

 

Some of the top recruiters in the field of travel and tourism are:

Top Recruiters in Travel & Tourism
Cox & Kings Ltd Thomas Cook (India) Ltd
MakeMyTrip (and GoIbibo) Balmer Lawrie Travel & Vacations
Yatra ClearTrip
Jet Airways India Healthcare Tourism (IHCT)
Flying Fox SOTC India
Kuoni Travel East India Travel Co
Kesai Tours Club Mahindra Holidays
Expedia TravelGuru
Air Asia American Express Global Business Travels
Travix Leisure & Travels Pvt Ltd

 

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TEST ANXIETY & HOW TO TREAT IT

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Most people get nervous before taking a test. In fact, feeling nervous motivates us to study so we can pass! But for some students, it goes beyond feeling nervous to the point that it causes them to freeze up and be unable to perform well. In this section, we discuss the definition and symptoms of test anxiety and how students can prevent it from getting out of control.

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WHAT IS IT?

 

Students with test anxiety become so anxious that it causes a physical response. They may feel their heart beating fast, begin to sweat and become nauseous. Unfortunately, the more they are preoccupied with the anxious feelings, the more anxious they become, creating a seemingly never-ending cycle. In other words, it’s the worrying about worrying that gets in the way.

 

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?

 

The main symptom of test anxiety is an accelerated heart rate. However, there are additional physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms that can occur. For instance, students may feel light-headed, have digestive problems and sweat profusely. It’s also common to become angry and scared and feel disappointed in yourself. All these symptoms make it impossible to concentrate.

 

HOW CAN STUDENTS HANDLE IT?

 

Therapist Jessica Tappana explains that knowing how to breathe is an important part of fighting test anxiety. “Breathing helps us to ground and center and feel present. The increased oxygen flow to the brain will help students think more clearly.”

Getting a good night sleep and eating a balanced meal in the morning is mandatory, adds mental health professional Stefanie Juliano. College students should avoid substances such as alcohol before a test.

Juliano stresses that knowing your triggers will help. “If you feel yourself tensing, getting a headache, feeling your back hurt, or so on, take a quick break either standing (if able) or seated and continue to breathe. Older students can also investigate alternative practices prior to major tests, such as acupuncture, essential oils, massage or chiropractic care.”

QUICK STUDENT STRESS BUSTERS

 

Learning how to recognize signs of stress and practicing ways to address these symptoms are important steps on the path to good mental health. Here are some activities from our mental health experts that parents and educators can teach children and teens to get them started.

 

FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL KIDS

 

DRAW YOUR FEELINGS

Children respond well to visual manifestations of stress. Ask them to draw their feelings of stress on a piece of paper. They can use crayons, markers, colored pencils or even paint. Then ask them to crumple up the paper or tear it into pieces. As they get up to throw the paper away, explain to them that they are also throwing away the negative feelings and stressors.

 

DEEP BREATHING EXERCISES

Breathing exercises are good practice for learning how the body responds when we breathe correctly. Ask children to take a deep breath through the nose and then slowly, slowly, slowly breathe out as though they are blowing bubbles, dandelions or candles on a birthday cake. Remind them to pay attention to how their stomach and chest move in and out.

 

PROTECTIVE BUBBLE

This activity models how to feel safe even when feeling stressed. Instruct children to image they are in a big bubble that surrounds them completely. Inside the bubble are all the people and things that make them feel safe like family members, friends, pets and stuffed animals. Let them sit for a few minutes as you prompt them to listen to how their bodies feel in a safe space that they can go to in their minds when they are feeling stressed.

 

FOR MIDDLE SCHOOLERS

 

SILENT CATCH

This activity requires complete silence, so children should be instructed that there is no talking at all. Use a lightweight ball such as a nerf ball to ensure nobody gets hurt. Tell the children to throw the ball to each other but that they can’t throw it to the same person who threw it to them. If they miss, they must sit down. This activity can relieve stress and calm down an anxious classroom.

 

LEARNING TO STRETCH

Teach older children how to stretch correctly to relieve tension and help their bodies relax. It can be done at any time of day for a quick break.

Neck: Put your hands behind your back, grasping your right wrist with your left hand. Use your left hand to gently straighten your right arm, pulling it slightly. Lower your left ear toward your shoulder and hold for 30 seconds. Switch to the other side. Repeat with your left wrist and right hand.

Back: Lie on the floor stretching your arms above your head and pointing your toes. Bend your right leg to your chest with your hands behind your knee and hold for 30 seconds. Repeat with the left leg.

 

FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

 

PROGRESSIVE MUSCLE RELAXATION

Progressive muscle relaxation is a useful tool for teens to relax, especially at night when having trouble falling asleep. They can sit or lay on the floor. Instruct them to relax each part of the body, starting with their toes and working up until they get to their heads. Take time to address each part in detail. Instruct them to repeat what you say in their heads, “I’m relaxing my toes, relaxing the top of my foot, bottom of my foot, etc.”

 

DIAPHRAGMATIC BREATHING

Because breathing becomes erratic when we are stressed, it’s helpful to practice breathing from the diaphragm which is the natural method. Lie down, place a hand on your chest and a hand on abs. Breathe in through nose and out through mouth.

 

EXPERIENCE CLASSICAL MUSIC

Classical music slows your pulse and heart rate, lowers your blood pressure and decreases stress hormones. Make it a habit to play classical music in the classroom and at home to reduce stress and prevent distractions. Free classical music is available on Spotify and YouTube.

 

FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

 

VISUAL IMAGERY

Visual imagery involves using the imagination to create soothing feelings. Using free guided imagery scripts like those available from Healthy Place PSU at Plymouth State University, teaches students how to use visual imagery to feel calm and centered.

 

MINDFULNESS MEDITATION

There are many benefits associated with mindfulness including lowered heart rate, decreased stress hormone levels, and better physical and emotional health. Instruct students to sit on floor with their legs crossed. Posture should be straight but relaxed. Have students place their hands on their legs. They should become aware of their breathing, letting their thoughts go. It’s alright if a thought comes, in which case they should acknowledge it and let it go while continuing to breathe in and out.

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