University of Madras, Chennai, invites applications for admission to postgraduate programmes, commencing in 2014. The PG programmes are offered in: Master of Arts (M.A) Master of Science (M.Sc) Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) Eligibility: Candidates must have bachelor's degree in relevant discipline with 50% of marks from any of the recognised universities.
Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Delhi, invites applications for admission to Master of Technology (M.Tech) programme, commencing in 2014.
The M.Tech specialisations are offered in: M.Tech in CSE with specialisation in Information Security M.Tech in CSE with specialisation in Mobile Computing M.Tech in CSE without specialisation M.Tech in ECE with specialisation in VLSI & Embedded Systems M.Tech in ECE with specialisation in Communication and Signal Processing
Updated 29th April 2014 at 01:21 PM by ajaytopgun
Department of Chemistry, University of Pune, Pune, invites applications for admission to Master of Chemistry (M.Sc) in Chemistry, commencing in 2014.Eligibility: Candidates must have a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry / Biochemistry from any of the recognised universities. Entrance test: The test for M.Sc admission will comprise of 100 Multiple Choice questions. The Test will be of two hours duration. Test contains 200 marks of 100 multiple choice questions. How to apply: Read more at: http://www.faadooengineers.com/conte...ed-to-April-30
Updated 29th April 2014 at 01:23 PM by ajaytopgun
The answer could be either a yes or no. Depending on the selected industry of your job experience, specialisation skills and nature of the job available in the market these days, there are umpteen career options which do not require Masters as such, but just previous work experience would be sufficient.
But, on the other hand, there are specific career options which are bound to Masters degree, without any compromise, as per the nature of the role and business conditions.
The talent of 'last minute studying' still prevails as one of the many arts of learning just before the exams. Less time, better grades. There are some students who bank on this method for better grades. Some call it 'revision time', and sometimes it is called 'brush up' time too.
Learning is not limited to a particular way of acquiring knowledge, not even restricted by time. If there is an undisturbed interest to learn, one can learn any way, even in the last minute.
Formula is the primary trickster during the examination. You might have sat down the whole day memorising which formula needs to be applied for which concept and yet in the middle of an examination, you might either forget it completely or parts of it or you might plainly mix up different formulae together and would be cursing the examination paper setter.
This normally happens when there are two similar-looking formulae which may cause unnecessary confusion. How to overcome this issue?
When you're pushed to do something that you don't want to do, or makes you feel uncomfortable or when you know that you'll get into trouble, is when you are under peer pressure. Peer pressure is all around you. You may have thoughts of being a part of the majority, but you may not be able to fit in for certain obvious reasons.
If you note carefully, your peers can be your greatest influences, beneficial in many ways.
Howbeit, it is hard to say no to friends or classmates.