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International Student Recruitment for your Educational intuitions

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Every school takes immense pride in attracting students from across the globe. We believe that you are no exception. You may yet be wondering how to get more applicants from across the globe to come to your school. What you need is a team of specialists to accomplish this job – people who understand the academic and administrative milieu in both the US or the UK and the aspirations of the students who desire to study in those countries. We at QuScient have close familiarity with the entire recruitment process and the necessary experience to create the perfect student-school match. We can help you become an internationally recognizable school by using effective online methods to establish your brand visibility and generate leads.

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International Student Recruitment | Online Higher Education Marketing services | Colleges, Universities

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There are some schools that need no introduction to the world – their reputation goes before them. Others need marketing. You may be one such school bursting with potential but unless you tell the world about the quality of education you offer and the experience of learning at your school, your enrollments will not get higher. Through means that are affordable and effective, we will make a significant difference to your enrolment rates. Enrolling qualified students through a raft of marketing strategies and tools, QuScient will help you access the expanding market in online higher education.

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Retention, College students Retention Activities, Tracking Software Solutions, Proretention

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Government Law College, Coimbatore | College in Coimbatore | Study in India

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HVIMS courses - MBA Shipping & Logistics Programme

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The MBA in Shipping and Logistics at Happy Valley Institute of Management Studies is designed to lead the aspiring manager into the essential management skills required today for meeting the challenges of the ever growing shipping and logistics industry. Shipping and logistics management is about International Trade, Supply Chain, Logistics, Finance and Shipping. It is a business oriented education performed in tight integration with Shipping and Logistics industry. This programme helps students enrich their skills in purchasing, materials management, warehousing, transportation management, customs formalities, documentation, maritime business, ship management practices, ports and terminals management, ship and liner agencies, legal aspects of shipping, shipping finance and insurance among various other aspects. Students will be groomed on how to develop cutting edge logistics and supply chain strategies to gain competitive advantage.

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Become A Teacher In Ohio | Online Teaching Education Program, Online Education For Teacher Ohio

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Whether you wish to live in a peaceful rural setting or prefer a dynamic urban lifestyle, you’ll find yourself right at home in Ohio. Rock and Roll, a number of ski resorts and amusement parks, pro football halls of fame, numerous state parks, and an abundance of educational museums are some of the well-known state attractions. Teachers in this state enjoy low student-teacher ratios, excellent compensation and benefits, and strong educational support. 

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The Joint Management Entrance Test

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The Joint Management Entrance Test or JMET is traditionally divided into four sections,
• verbal communication,
• logical reasoning,
• quantitative ability, and
• data interpretation.
In this article we review the question types and some of the strategies to answer them successfully:
I. Verbal Communication
The reading comprehension section requires the candidate to read short passages and answer 3-4 questions that accompany it. Answering may involve simply giving out facts culled from the passage or inferring from the information therein. A careful reading of the passage is enough to get the right answers. Some questions would set you thinking on the tone/title of the passage or the author’s probable stance on a subject. Last year saw a good number of questions asking for the gist or the central idea of the passage. Also, there were some questions pertaining to the meaning of a word in the context of the passage. Remember that the contextual meaning could be a shade or several shades different from the literal meaning.
Verbal ability focuses almost equally on grammar and vocabulary. The grammar section includes questions that involve picking the grammatically correct statement. In addition to these questions, there are questions on punctuation that first made an appearance a few years back. The questions often involve conversion of voices from active to passive or vice versa and also, changing a statement from direct to indirect speech. There are a few questions on rephrasing a short statement/paragraph without altering its essence.
The Vocabulary section consists of fill-in-the-blanks questions, analogies, and also a few questions on correct spelling of commonly used words. The fill-in-the-blanks questions can be solved by eliminating options taking into consideration the tone and flow of the sentence even if one is not comfortable with the words in the options. Analogies might get a bit difficult if one doesn’t know the words in the question. Sometimes there are a few questions on synonyms and antonyms. The questions vary from being straightforward to extremely difficult and attempting those that one is sure of and moving ahead is the best way to go.
II. Quantitative Aptitude
Until a few years ago, this section involved higher maths of the kind that the average candidate would shudder to attempt. Math of the more accessible kind that appears in other entrance tests was not part of the test syllabus. But over the last couple of JMETs, this section has been simplified into a much easier version. With patience and presence of mind you can score fairly well in this section. Topics on which most questions are based include the following:
• Functions
• Percentages
• Probability and permutations-combinations
• Derivatives and integration
• Simple equations
III. Logical Reasoning:
The section is usually divided into the following subtopics:
1. Parajumbles: These questions consist of 4 sentences in a random order that the candidate has to arrange in a logically coherent order. Going by trends thus far, the level of difficulty is not very high.
2. LR caselets: This section involves logical reasoning. A set of 3-4 questions are to be answered based on a caselet. For the last two years, there have been obvious errors in this sections, so do not spend excessive amount of time wracking your brains over a question that is incorrect. You will be awarded full marks for all such questions.
3. Critical Reasoning: A small paragraph/caselet/conversation is given on the basis of which one must answer questions according to the assumptions made and the conclusion reached. Another variation of the question would be to paraphrase the passage keeping the central idea intact.
4. Strengthening/Weakening arguments: Again a variation of critical reasoning questions. A paragraph is given and one has to select the argument that will strengthen/weaken the position of the speaker most effectively. There might be more than one option that could be chosen, but you need to choose the one that is the most effective of them all. So, be careful and go through all the options before zeroing on your choice.
5. Syllogisms: A set of 3-4 statements is given and we have to find out other statements in the options that can be logically concluded from the given statements. Keep an eye on the keywords in the question statements, i.e., some, all, many, not all, some are not, etc.
6. Data sufficiency: Here you are required to find out whether one or both of the statements are enough to get to a unique answer.
7. Course(s) of action: Here, a statement is given and there are a few courses of action that could be followed to address the issue mentioned in the question statement. The best option has to be chosen, one that is practical, takes all possible outcomes into consideration, and doesn’t have any adverse effects.
8. Implicit assumptions: These questions require one to interpret the implied meaning. The right option would be an assumption that has affected the argument. Trivial assumptions or farfetched ones need to be eliminated in these kind of questions.
IV. Data Interpretation
Like those found in most other management tests, the DI questions present a number of tables, graphs, charts, and data. Last couple of years have seen the section become easier, and even though the questions might initially seem a bit intimidating to look at, they are pretty much easy to crack if one is persistent. In this section too an aspirant needs to be aware that some answers are nearly correct but not quite the solution. The common types of presentation of data include bar diagrams, percentage bar charts, pie charts, line graphs, and tabular data presentations.

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Day Dreaming Is Not That Bad After All?

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As kids we always had a few people around us telling what to do and what not to do. Still no one taught us how and what to think. Remember how we were free to imagine––made up those imaginary friends and spent all our time putting bits and pieces of toys together. But when we moved to school, things changed. We all had a teacher telling us to stop daydreaming––stop imagining in class. Is something wrong in the way our education system works? Far from being allowed to think up multiple creative solutions, we were often told that there was only one right answer to a question, and if we reproduced it correctly on an exam paper, we would get an A.
Ironically, imagination, creativity, and innovation are increasingly prized in the workplace today, leaving a greater onus on our education system to put these three traits at the center of learning. Any teacher worth her salt can tell you that incorporating project-based learning in the classroom and letting kids collaboratively solve problems are key to fostering those traits. Today, academic institutions are under pressure to teach creativity and conceptual thinking to students to prepare them for the 21st-century workplace. more => http://www.buzzedu.com/blogs/2011/11/16/day-dreaming-is-not-that-bad-after-all/

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Failure of regulations in education

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One may get disappointed and sometimes confused over the way the Indian education system operates. The regulation bodies are being set up, legislation being enacted, plan being envisaged day by day. we should’;nt oppose the same but the question remain; why day and afer the Government of India is doing so. Monitoring mechanism of the institutions of higher learning especially open and distance learning remained a major concern for government for effective functioning,quality assurance and decentralisation in accreditation procedures. The things being planned at central level by the perspective governments remained all along undecided and proved unbiased and non scholarly as the decisions and legislations being made were not enacted in action. There is no unanimous legislation on educational monitoring. The accreditation system is absurdly poor. A license permit raj by the statutory bodies without teeth’;s prevailed in the sub continent without knowing the needs and procedures of the institutions and stakeholders.
I am not opposing here the All India Council for technical education which is likely to be scrapped by the Government of India. My point is that why the whole system of monitoring, accreditation and regulation is poor. I am speaking of the apex organisations like National Knowledge Commission (NKC) New Delhi, HRD Ministry, Councils and commissions at national level like UGC, NCTE, DEC and many other. Why regulations are being changed day and after ? why not the ministry of education is formulating its legislations at once in hand to maintain the standard and quality ? Is this legislation which is being envisaged every week ? Why day by day alterations ? Is there not a unanimous declaration of all the people in the system ?
Why not an independent body which is acceptable to all at once. Of late, On the one week the Ministry is granting powers to Distance Education Council (DEC) to monitor and regulate the system of open learning and on the same issue the ministry is planning to set up national level Distance education regulator in the country to maintain and monitor the standards of open and distance learning in the country. Similarly, recommendations on the part of National Knowledge Commission on scrapping of AICTE and formulation of Independent Regulatory Authority on Higher Education (IRAHE). Secondly, the union cabinet very recently referred HRD ministry’;s proposed legislation (distance education bill) to set up Independent regulatory body at national level. The proposed legislation was opposed by maximum people in governance like commerce and Industry Minister Kamal Nath besides others. If the ministry or government at central level is deciding to replace the traditional atmosphere then why too late ?
Infact, there is a mismatch among the country’;s policy makers and other people in governance to regulate the whole system. Some people who are in governance but not in the system don’;t want to replace the existing system and some who are not in the system are favoring the immediate legislations,replacement and amendments in the existing laws. There is a crisis in the field and overregulation of the open and distance education. The country is lacking regulated colleges and universities located in small suburbs or hamlet.If private colleges are providing a poor quality of education, who is to be held responsible? Multiple regulatory agencies exist for different streams of education in the country. Technical education is regulated by the All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE).
It is the authority that licenses technical institutions. The AICTE has constituted another body, the National Board of Accreditation (NBA), to certify quality of technical institutions. Medical education is regulated by the Medical Council of India (MCI) and nursing education by the Nursing Council of India. These institutions look after all aspects of education in their spheres including quality. All the regulatory agencies have been set up by the Central Government. The blame for the mushrooming of poor quality institutions and their concentration in a few areas must squarely rest with the regulatory bodies. The NKC agrees. The NKC working groups also comment on the reasons for this. the regulatory framework evolved over many years presents a number of procedural hurdles.
Permissions and approvals are needed from the University that an institution wishes to be attached to, the government of the state where it will be located and regulatory bodies like the AICTE and MCI. The educational bureaucracy itself can be typically negotiated only with political influence, as is reflected in the large number of politicians associated with or promoting educational trusts. I apt to ask that if we are living a knowledge based economy and are not having any regulation system on several modes of education at higher level. I wander why this happens? I am in fear why not the accountability in the system besides several policies and paper work done by the policy making bodies and the successive governments. Is education at higher level being commercialized ? or is this really a License raj being perpetuated by the accreditation agencies ? This question needs to answer immediately the people at the helm of affairs.
At this moment, Privatisation of higher education is rapidly progressing in the country and the Planning Commission reports that in the period 2002-2007, the share of private institutions in higher education increased from a third to over half of all enrolment. And this trend, by all accounts, will continue into the future. but the sorry state of affairs is overregulation in the system.
Furthermore, the 11th Plan objectives of the HRD ministry are aimed at increasing the gross enrolment ratio (GER) in higher education from the present 10 per cent to 15 per cent by 2012 by esteblishing several institutions of excellence. For reaching the target we must change the accreditation process and decentralise the procedure of accreditation viz a viz monitoring.
Suggesting a solution is rather an impossible task, for a person of my stature at least. But, I definitely feel that the new Single regulation body is need of the hour to guage the system rather then day by day legislation by the perspective governments. Only an independent regulation authority be manadated for monitoring and regulation otherwise owing to routine exercise the uthopia we search for will remain illusive…..!

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Business Process Auditing and Business Process Mapping service

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Every education institution is increasingly in need of developing tightly knit systems that can generate, in real-time, dependable management information. Such a need is only to be expected to arise as there are far too many administrative tasks whose successful completion depends on processes and systems that must talk to each other and come together as a coherent and consistent whole system.

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Best International Student Recruitment Service provider in World Wide

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We represent some highly reputed universities in the UK and US. We recruit students from Africa, Middle East, Southeast Asia, and India. To further diversify our services, we are planning to set up brick-and-mortar enrollment desks across important recruiting grounds in the world, starting with India.

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Higher Education Services & International Student Recruitment Service

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Every school takes immense pride in attracting students from across the globe. We believe that you are no exception. You may yet be wondering how to get more applicants from across the globe to come to your school. What you need is a team of specialists to accomplish this job – people who understand the academic and administrative milieu in both the US or the UK and the aspirations of the students who desire to study in those countries. We at QuScient have close familiarity with the entire recruitment process and the necessary experience to create the perfect student-school match. We can help you become an internationally recognizable school by using effective online methods to establish your brand visibility and generate leads.

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Early Alert Systems | Early Alert Solutions | Early Alert Services | Students At Risk | Student Risk Triggers | At Risk Triggers | Students Drop Out | Proretention

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An early alert system in proretention helps you to identify students who need extra support and to provide them with the help that they need.
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Market Research and Program/Institution Readiness

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QuScient Technologies| Leading Higher Education Service Provider Company

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Guru Gram Business School | College in Gurgaon | Study in India

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Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights Law (PGDIPRL),MBA in Travel and Tourism

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If you want to make a career out of an interest in Intellectual Property Rights, consider doing the one-year Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights Law (PGDIPRL) at the National Law School of India University (NLSIU). Intellectual Property practitioners in India have appreciated the programme for its inputs. The programme, offered in the distance mode, has the following courses:

i) Basic Principles and Acquisition of IPRs;
ii) Ownership and Enforcement of IPRs;
iii) Information Technology related IPRs;
iv) Biotechnology and IPRs.
Besides the above courses, the candidate must do a dissertation.
For more details contact
NLSIU,
Nagarbhavi,
Bangalore-5600242.
Ph: 23160532, 23160533.
www.nls.ac.in; E-mail: ded@nls.ac.in

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Cracking the New CAT Format, The Common Admission Test (CAT)

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The Common Admission Test (CAT)—the gateway to pursuing MBA from any of the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and several other prestigious institutions—was held from October 22 to November 18 this year. More than 200,000 students registered this time to compete for the 3,000 IIM seats. One of the most difficult competitive exams in India, CAT is attempted every year not only by fresh graduates but also by scores of professionals in pursuit of a better career. Needless to say that the competition is indeed stiff.
The CAT format has gone through some changes this year and MBA aspirants could certainly feel less anxious if they know what those changes exactly are. In the new exam pattern, the CAT paper has only two sections instead of three. The syllabus though has not changed. Earlier, there were three sections with 20 questions each, now there are two with 30 questions each.
Till last year, the paper was divided into (1) Quantitative Ability, (2) Verbal Ability, and (3) Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning. In the new pattern, there are two sections: the first section focuses on Quantitative Ability and Data Interpretation and the second on Verbal Ability and Logical Reasoning. These two sections are to be attempted sequentially with separate time limits unlike earlier when students could divide their time between the sections as per their preference. So if you are strong in one section then completing it in less than the allotted time gives you no advantage as you are not allowed to go to the next section. You do not have the choice of spending more time on either of the two sections. Candidates earlier used to plan to spend more time on the section they felt was more difficult. Now you need to be equally good in both sections.
Parasharan Chari, academic head at Endeavour Tutorials in Ahemedabad, told IANS on phone, “Some are strong at mathematical questions, some may be strong in the verbal. Earlier students could divide their time according to their strength. They could save time in quantitative questions and apply it to the verbal section or vice-versa, which is not possible this time.” But quite ironically this may relieve the candidate of the anxiety of managing time between sections. In the absence of choice the candidate now needs to focus more on just attempting the questions. Yes, you will still have to manage time, but it is within each of the sections rather than between them.
Experts say that starting out with the right section and scanning the questions before attempting the paper could help you approach more methodically. Start with the section you are strong in, browse through the entire paper to spot questions you are more familiar with, remember that the latter part may have easier ones that you can attempt quickly.
The total time for the exam has been increased from 135 minutes to 140 minutes, giving 70 minutes to each of the two sections. There are several websites that offer free sample papers. It is highly recommended that you practice online to get a feel of the real exam. As a rule a student should spend no more than 2.5 minutes on a question. It is all a matter of preparation. Remember that practice makes perfect. Attempt many samples papers, the more the better, but do keep track of the mistakes you make and work towards not repeating them. not approach the exam with a fixed target in terms of the number of questions you intend solving. The number of questions you solve does not necessarily have a bearing on your success relative to other exam takers. For example, attempting fewer questions could also mean that the exam was tougher, or it could be that you attempted few but answered all of them correctly, thus resulting in a good overall score.
So, good luck in all you preparations for the exam and for the exam itself!

 

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361° minds MBA scholarship drive, online MBA india,

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361° Minds, a learning and education company, has initiated the largest MBA scholarship drive of the year. A team of professionals who have worked with corporate companies across India for over decades offers a quality, complete, and comprehensive online MBA program that is designed to suit corporate workers 100% as it is totally convenient and can be done ‘Anytime Anywhere’. => http://www.buzzedu.com/blogs/2011/12/14/361%E2%97%A6-minds-presents-the-largest-mba-scholarship-drive-of-the-year/

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Loan Options in Education

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These days education comes with a cost and higher education seems to be proving costlier day by day.
The question haunting most of the deserving students, whose parents / guardians are not rich enough, is with respect to any available financing options. To support such students so that they may not left behind from the main league of education, the government of India has formulated Educational Loan Scheme.
Two banking and financial Apex Bodies, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and Indian Bankers Association (IBA) have helped the government in preparing the plan and procedure for educational loans. The new scheme covers all types of courses including professional courses in schools and colleges in India and abroad.

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