Students these days, have become very selective about their future aspirations and that is a very good thing. Engineering, architecture, and pharmacy are three such programs, where most of the students tend to go after completing their 12th. WBJEE also offers admission in these undergraduate programs in colleges and institute falling within the boundaries of…Read More WBJEE – Overview, Couselling and Cutoff
If you’re making up your mind to attempt online trading, here’s what we need to tell you. First learn the basics; learning to trade online is like learning to swim. At first you think you’re going to drown, but trials and errors will get you there, finally. Stock trading is no longer the sole domain…Read More Online Trading Made Easy!
Sex Ed is failing in the United States — and you can help. This infographic and corresponding article discuss how important it is to incorporate age-appropriate discussions of sexuality. Most importantly, Sex Ed needs to include a topic we’d all prefer to avoid — Pleasure. The Dutch incorporate the topic of pleasure, beginning in the…Read More Age-Appropriate Sex Ed Talk
In this infographic, you’ll discover the best choices for courses in different categories. Each section contains a list of online courses that offer learning materials of ultimate quality without charging a cent. Click on the links to check out the websites! The list will shorten the time you would spend on research. [via]Read More 71 Free Online Courses You Haven’t Tried Before
When one thinks of the term, ‘Best engineering college’, they first think of, ‘IIT: Indian Institutes of Technology’. Currently, there are eighteen IITs spread across India and all of them speak of academic brilliance and are apple of India’s education eye! The IIT’s are among the elite group of public higher education institution in India,…Read More Importance of a Degree from IIT
This infographic is a timeline of Children’s Literature throughout the ages. It begins with Aesop’s Fables right back at around 600BC; with the most recent novel on the list being Suzanne Collins’ ‘The Hunger Games’, which was published in 2008. This timeline celebrates the most popular children’s stories of different eras: mentioning the particular struggles…Read More The Evolution Of The Children’s Story
A degree in biology is superiorly versatile, allowing you to pursue a various career paths depending on your interests. Let it be doctor, bachelor’s in pre-med, a molecular biologist. Explore a future as a wildlife biologist to care for exotic animals and design reserves and parks. A veterinarian, to take care of domestic animals. Do you feel…Read More A Degree in Biology
The tech industry is growing immensely thanks to the great minds like Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and many other personalities who have made a terrific impact in this industry. Interns looking to set the tech industry ablaze should follow these pioneers of the technocratic age. The infographic below depicts the lessons taught by…Read More Tech Leaders Lessons for Interns
Language is the human ability to acquire and use complex systems of communication. We use this ability from time to time, but are limited to our native language. As rightly said by a famous author, “Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.” We should definitely be able to speak some foreign language for our…Read More What Are The Hardest Languages To Learn
“Citizen” has evolved to refer to a consumer-level or informally trained individual who participates in the formal functions of a profession. The citizen developer will typically write programs and/or modifications to existing programs and post the results on social networks and various Internet-based forums. Corporations have been encouraging the citizen developers in their ranks by…Read More The IT Skills Gap: Rise of the Citizen Developer
In today’s world, obtaining the “perfect figure” has become an obsession of our culture. People have created and tried a large variety of health fads or diet and exercise techniques with the hopes of minimizing effort and maximizing results. While we know that not much in life comes without sacrifice, we still hope for that…Read More Top Health Myths: Fact or Fad?
Tabletopwhale.com decided to illustrate how different animals breathe, and picked three species that he thought were particularly awesome. The topic really lends itself to a short looped GIF so that was an added plus. [via]Read More 3 Different Ways to Breathe
My search for top Business Schools in the country took me to collegedunia.com. My accidental discovery led me to a repository of educational data. I was elated to have found the right destination. Coming from a low wage background, I couldn’t afford leaving my job and was therefore looking for a part time or a…Read More Top 25 Business Schools In The World
It’s said that it takes a community to raise a child, however, education may also play a crucial role. TopEducationDegrees.com has created this interactive infographic entitled “How Education Affects the United States of America”, illustrating just how education levels can affect a number of social-economic factors.Read More How Education Affects the United States of America
Having played division 1 college basketball and then also coaching high school basketball at a high level, I have been able to talk to numerous players and coaches about the college recruiting process. The more I talk to people about the recruiting process though, the more I realize that there is a lot of confusion…Read More Anatomy of a College Basketball Scholarship
When it comes to national spending, the amount allotted to education can be the source of heated debates. Topeducationdegrees.org has created an infographic showing just how much we’re spending, and what it compares to.Read More Education Spending: Where Are Our Priorities?
There is no one resource more important than our children. Special-education-degree.net has created an infographic entitled “Budget Cut Blues: How Special Education Students Are Among the Biggest Victims of Federal Spending Drops” detailing how we are leaving our children with special needs behind due to the latest round of budget cuts. Unfortunately, the government has…Read More How Special Education Students Are Among the Biggest Victims of Federal Spending Drops
This infographic lists a few of the largest offenders, including Dennis J. Murray of Marist College, who makes $2,688,148 per year, Amy Gutmann, President of the University of Pennsylvania, who makes $2,091,764 per year, and Ronald J. Donald, President of Johns Hopkins University, who makes just over $1.8 million per year. 42 private college Presidents…Read More President Vs. Student: Exploring University President Salaries
Take a look back in history with the TakePart infographic that compares public education in the 1950s to public education today. Find out how much a teacher made in 1950 and which children’s books were on the bestseller list. Check out what education milestone changed the course of history and what classroom technologies were considered…Read More America’s Schools in the 1950s vs. Today
Cost is a significant factor in many of the decisions we make, and its weight in the college decision making process has fluctuated dramatically as a result of the recession. Columnfivemedia created this infographic with CourseHero to see if the recession has affected student decisions to attend college.Read More College Pressure — Are You In Or Out?
Teen pregnancy has been an issue of major concern across the world, and it has been so since ages. The impact here is not just on the population but also on the associated health risks through other related issues like abortion, mental trauma, and lack of medical care. Let’s have a look at some of…Read More Teen Pregnancy Facts and Statistics
Utopia. This is a word that was coined 500 years ago by Sir Thomas More for his book of the same name and means “no place”. Since then, there have been many connotations of the word. Perhaps the most pertinent now is of “reality, if it were allowed”. The authors of “The Flipped Classroom” infographic…Read More Flipped Classroom
We all know there are thousands of uneducated children in the world. But the majority of children who get the privilege of education are in millions. In fact, nowadays kids are sent to pre schools before they even attend schools. Did you know exactly how many children at present are in pre schools all over…Read More Education By The Numbers
Books are great source of information. Since years information has been passed down through generations in the form of books. Books have literally evolved in the form of clay tablets, scrolls and manuscripts. This evolution has been beautifully described in this infographic titled “The Evolution of the Book”. The history of the book right from…Read More The Evolution of the Book
There are a lot of words in the English language that get misused, especially by the non-English speakers. Even the native English speakers sometimes might end up mixing these words for another and the meaning of the entire sentence changes. Not just words but also misplaced or omitted grammatical punctuation can entirely change the meaning…Read More 8 Commonly Misused Words
If you have an interest in education, then you can fulfill your dreams by getting a grant if you live in the U.S. The federal department has many policies that help you get financial aid for any educational stream that you want to pursue in the U.S. In this infographic titled, “United States School Grants”…Read More United States School Grants