Before you watch this video, be sure to view the video#1 on Introduction to Embedded systems.
I would like to share my experience with embedded systems. Continue reading
Every year lakhs of students apply for Indian Institute of Technology – Joining Entrance Exam. Few claim that it is the most competitive exam in the world.
Here are few shocking statistics:
Great news for UK education aspirants in India. British Council is back with UK Education Exhibition, an education fair where a lot of universities come to interact with students directly, they sometimes give away spot offers.
This season of UK education exhibition, the cities covered are Chennai, Bangalore and Pune. I highly recommend this exhibition to all the students who wish to pursue abroad education in 2010 or 2011. I had already attended this program in November when British council conducted this exhibition in Mumbai. I loved it. I am going again this time in Chennai. Luckily I’m in chennai now. Continue reading
It is a common practise in India for teachers to ask the students to write the recommendation letter on their own. Teachers modify the letter and attest it with their signature. This surely is not the actual purpose of a recommendation letter.
This is not entirely the teacher’s fault according to me. Teachers are overwhelmed with a bunch of requests for recommendation letters. The students typically give minimal or no information about themselves. They simply go to the teacher an year or two after finishing their college and smile at the teacher asking for an excellent letter that praises them. How can the teacher help you if he/she doesn’t recollect any specific things about you? You can’t expect the teachers to keep a note of all the hundreds of students they teach every year. Continue reading
Your teacher has written a great letter of recommendation for you. What next?
This article helps you know whether the college chosen by you is a right fit for your ward.
In India, the selection of engineering college is parents decision. Students don’t decide which college they want to join. At the age of 18, having just finished their 12th, they don’t have enough maturity to choose a college to study engineering. Nor do they have sufficient financial authority to take independent decisions. So parents take an active role during this time. It is entirely parents’ responsibility to find the right college for their ward. So this article is dedicated to the Indian parents searching colleges for their children. Continue reading
Wondering what word KEKA is? Well, it’s a word borrowed from a South Indian language –Telugu. Keka is a superlative degree of the adjective – Awesome. So you might have guessed by now that I’m giving away an awesome tip for polishing SOP.
Coming back to the topic, let me give a disclaimer first. This tip is only useful for those aspirants who have written Statement of Purpose on their own and are ready with a basic draft. I am certainly not a proponent of plagiarism and unoriginality.
The biggest difficulty that an average Indian student faces after having written a basic draft for SOP is polishing it. How to add Business English to it? I mean how to add words that make the essay sound professional, polished and sophisticated? What to write when you run short of ideas to write? Continue reading
Are you planning for a MBA program abroad in near future? Then you are most likely to secretly wish you would get admission into the top B School in the world – London School of Business. Think of it as the IITs/IIMs of the world. Just like every Indian student dreams to study at IITs or IIMs, every MBA aspirant dreams to study at LBS.
Ever wondered how life would be at London School of Business. Here is a sneak peak from the diary of a student of London School of Business(class of 2011). Continue reading