Workplace mistreatment may up suicidal thoughts in employees

New York, January 16 If you ignore a colleague’s greeting or make a sarcastic comment in the workplace then it may actually do more harm to them than intended, a new study suggests. The study indicates that perceived low-grade forms of workplace mistreatment, such as avoiding eye contact or excluding…

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Six accelerator programmes for budding start-ups in India

Entrepreneurship sounds really fascinating at first; however, the road to becoming an entrepreneur is not everyone’s cup of tea. One has to encounter multiple hurdles and challenges on the way. And given these challenges, many freshers lack guidance and assistance and also get confused about how to start on…

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Tips preparation strategies for CLAT 2021

Amandeep Rajgotra The CLAT 2021 is scheduled to be conducted on June 13, 2021, which is three days after the board exams will get over. While this comes as a rude shock to the students, another dilemma remains the preparation strategy and focus whether to prepare for boards or…

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Being workaholic may increase depression, anxiety risk

Moscow, January 14 If you are a workaholic, then there are chances you may suffer negative mental and physical health outcomes such as depression, anxiety or sleep disorder, a new study suggests. The study, published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, indicates that people with higher…

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Walk in green spaces to reduce work-related stress

Tokyo, January 13 If you have work related stress, then taking a stroll in green spaces may help you in improving your mental health and managing stress, a new study suggests. The study, published in the journal Public Health in Practice, also indicated that people with strong “sense of coherence”…

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Meticulous notes and sustained effort is the key to success

Vivek Gaur In the stressful atmosphere of Covid-19, it is important for aspirants to know how effectively they can prepare for their exam. Here are a few tips amp; strategies for aspirants preparing for NEET: Even after knowing the whole syllabus, students are generally confused about what to study and…

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Haryana CM launches govt job portal

Chandigarh, January 12 In a major relief to aspirants of government jobs, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Tuesday launched ‘One Time Registration Portal’ for Group C and D category posts and non-gazetted teaching posts in government departments. Also, the Chief Minister announced a Common Eligibility Test (CET) to…

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CTET exams to be held after 200 day delay on Jan 31

New Delhi, January 10 Adopting the principle of ‘Safety first, exams later’ during the ongoing coronavirus crisis, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has decided to conduct the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) examination on January 31, and allot candidates examination centres located near their houses. The candidates across…

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GNDU gives nod to online examination for odd semester

Tribune News Service Amritsar, January 10 GNDU allowed its students to appear for the online examination for Jan-Feb semesters after the matter was raised by the National Students’ Union of India (NSUI). Acceding to the request and owing to the personal intervention of NSUI Punjab President Akshay Sharma over Covid-related…

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A bird in hand is better than two…

Q. I have graduated from Delhi University recently. I was intending to take admission in master’s course for the 2020 academic session. I took many entrances but was targeting specially for an International Relations Course from JNU. Unfortunately, I couldn’t make it to JNU this time but I have managed…

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MSc Advanced Aerospace Technologies

The University of Sheffield, UK is inviting applications for MSc Advanced Aerospace Technologies course starting in September 2021. Alongside traditional aeronautical subjects such as materials, structures, aerodynamics and propulsion, you will study concepts of systems integration and flight control, essential to the production of more efficient and environmentally-friendly aircraft and…

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Additional registration window for the NMAT by GMAC exam from January 18

In its endeavor to assist candidates and schools to adapt to the changing environment caused by the worldwide pandemic, the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), administrator of the NMAT exam and a global association of leading graduate business schools, has announced an additional registration window for the NMAT by GMAC…

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