April 28

Secure Your Future Of Studying Abroad With Student Insurance Policy

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Investing in a student insurance policy is a great way to make sure you seek access to competent medical care in the hour of need while studying abroad. The number of Indian students enrolling in foreign universities has increased many folds. This has ultimately has led to an increase in the popularity of Student Insurance India policies. As the name suggests, student insurance policy provides coverage against the financial losses for students planning on studying abroad.

If you too wish to chase your dreams by studying at a prestigious foreign university, it is important to look into the variety of options in Student insurance India. Where it is a mandatory requirement for most of the universities, it’s importance cannot be overlooked. The choice of the right student insurance India policy is very important as it makes sure that you can focus on your studies rather than worrying about the financial impact of the uncertainties.

ICICI Student Insurance is a renowned name in Student Insurance India. There are premium plans from ICICI that are best to cater to the needs of different students. ICICI Student insurance covers you for the unexpected medical as well as non-medical expenses. ICICI has partnered with UnitedHealthGroup (a leading US based Health Care provider) to offer its customers with best quality service, when in need.

Some of the features of different plans offered by ICICI Student Insurance can be outlined as follows:

1. Medical Coverage for the insured 2. Dental Treatment 3. Passport Loss or theft 4. Sponsor Protection 5. Personal Liability 6. Personal accident 7. Checked in baggage loss

Based on the features of the different plans offered by ICICI, the premiums may vary from policy to policy. Available for students in the age group 16 to 35 years, there are plans that offer coverage for mental and nervous disorders, in-patient medical expenses, sports injuries,cancer screening,mammograms, and childcare. One of the major benefits of ICICI Student Insurance is their compliance and acceptance by most of the foreign universities as a substitute of their compulsory insurance.

You can now buy your choicest ICICI Student Insurance plan online as well. Take into account online quotes before buying the policy. These quotes facilitate the comparison to help you arrive at the best deals based on the coverage required. You can choose to buy the policy using your credit/debit card or cheque. Bank upon a website that is easy to navigate and offers you a reliable solution for your needs.

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April 28

UK Student Visa Applicants Facing Harder Rules

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Foreign nationals applying for a UK student visa will have to face stricter entry criteria starting February 10. The new rules are set up to limit the ability of foreign students to work in the UK and make it illegal for their dependants to work at all. They will make entry to the UK much harder for foreign nationals who apply for UK student visa only as a means to come to the UK to work illegally.

Before these measures were introduced, it was really easy to apply for a UK student visa. All a UK student visa applicant needed to show was a letter from an approved college or university that he is enrolled in a course of study and a proof of funds in the form of 5000 GPP that has stayed in their bank account for 30 days. The official letter is very easily obtainable as the college officials have no means to check if the person intends to study or not. The 5000 GBP can easily be borrowed and repaid while working illegally in the UK. For these reasons many people have abused the system through the years. Student visa used to be the easiest way to gain entry to the UK.

The new rules will make sure that, first of all, all foreign nationals who want to apply for a UK student visa have a good standard of English. They will also limit the time a student visa holder studying below first degree or a foundation degree course is able to work legally to 10 per week during the term. Also, student visa holders will not be allowed to bring their dependants to the UK if they are studying a course shorter than 6 months. Moreover, dependants of UK student visa holders studying on a lower than undergraduate level are not allowed to work at all.

These measures will allow genuine foreign students to still benefit from the world known for its high quality educational system in the UK and will stop illegal immigrants to enter the country as bogus students. Once a foreign student has completed his course of study and obtained a degree, he can stay in the UK legally by switching visa categories and apply for highly skilled worker visa or skilled worker visa in case they have an employer who wants to sponsor them. If they have found a partner in the UK, they can also apply for a marriage visa, common law marriage visa or same sex partner visa

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April 27

An excellent Financial Management for Students!

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It may not be affecting you directly, but the recent economic turbulence (which is supposedly heading for disaster) is just an example of what you may be facing the day you graduate and enter the job market. And, as those affected by the current economic crisis may tell you, now is probably the time to look at how you spend your money and to be more critical on those decisions you make which could affect the course of the rest of your life. Take debt for example, something which seems fine initially because you have a job (hopefully) and therefore will be able to afford the monthly installments or go to www.positive-idea.com But did you consider the other things you might be spending on which will add to your monthly expenses? Probably not.

The following will serve as a basic blueprint of financial management for students those still at school and those at college or university. Create A Balance Sheet

Now is the best time to explore the basics of financial management. First and foremost is the use of a balance sheet detailing the various incomes and putting them in contrast with the various expenses. Which one is greater? Are you already in debt? Oddly enough, most people recoil in shock when they put things down on paper for the very simple reason that spending is more of a continuous thing that a once off payment. Would you pay $8, 000 for a car this minute? No, probably not. Would you pay a monthly installment of $100 for the same car right now? Its the same way with spending: a myriad of little things accumulating over a period of time which could put you in an awkward position. What You Need vs. What You Want

The bliss about being a student is that those things you need to spend money on are often less than those things you want to spend money on. But, when work starts and the responsibilities start mounting, these two soon switch around leaving many people unprepared for the sudden change or visit www.change-ur-mind.com Along with your balance sheet, make a list of things you really need like housing, food, travel expenses, medical expenses, etc. Budget

This is probably one of the last things you want to hear, but budgeting could set you on the road to riches faster than you think. This can be explained with the maxim: It takes money to make money. Saving now will give you that financial edge which could take years to reach before you are in a position to invest in those opportunities which capable of adding multiple digits to your bank balance.

As a final tip, and probably the most important one, educate yourself on the consequences of not having effective financial management strategies. Examples are abundant and will help you realize which mistakes not to make so that you may reach the top sooner.

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April 26

Why Some Students With Low Grades Make it To Prime Universities

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It’s puzzling how some students make it to prime universities, while your application on the other hand, gets rejected. You wonder even more, especially when you know (modesty aside) that academically speaking, you are better than that person. That can only be attributed to one explanation: Universities are not all after the intellectually-gifted applicants.

Figures don’t impress that much. You got a perfect score on your SAT and ACT. You also graduated with honors. Still, those accomplishments are not enough for your application to be approved by panelists. There are still other components that matter aside from the figures that prove you are indeed smart. Admission essays, recommendation letters and extracurricular involvement also count. Universities, nowadays, do not only want students that can answer complex mathematical problems manually. They want those who recognize their passions and are working hard to pursue them. They want those that care not only about themselves, but also the community they are in.

Panelists don’t rank applicants. With the thousand applications they have to review, admission officials no longer have the time to group students according to GPAs and SAT scores. And even if they have ample time, still, they would not do so. They look into your grades for a minute or so, sometimes even only for a few seconds, to see whether you can keep up with the classes, and that you would not fail. And that’s it. After officials have seen your grades, then again you are on the same playing field as the rest of other applicants. In short, the admission process is not about the university arranging applicants according to grades, picking the top ten percent and then discarding those at the bottom of the list.

Character appeals more. Universities desire to admit students that would make their community more diverse. They want aspiring leaders, innovators, national athletes and motivational speakers. Do not just invest on your grades. Join organizations whose purpose you support. And do not move from one to another every year. This is not about the quantity. Show rather the developments you have made from being a member of the group, to being voted as among the officials. Also, join outreach activities during summer so you can beef up your application.

Do not feel jealous, If that is your friend who got accepted, then you should be happy more than anything else. Instead of fostering grudge, it is best that you work on your other applications, and work on compensating for what you may be lacking. This is for your benefit especially if you are waitlisted and are looking forward to be given another chance by a university of your choice.

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April 25

Student Loan Debt – It’s Not Funny Anymore Kids

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Over the last year I’ve sat in Starbucks and heard many a student complain and moan, then laugh about their huge student loan debt. Well, I don’t find it the least bit funny, nor do I approve of our government paving the way to yet another bubble building exercise, but that’s what’s happening, meanwhile colleges and universities have experienced more demand than supply so they have added on new wings, new degree programs and expanded campuses, all the while raising tuition costs to; whatever the market will bear.

In some regards I find it fascinating that the left-leaning academia will continually trash on free-market capitalism while they create a Disneyland type of environment which is not based in any sort of economic reality, then have the brass nuts to tell us how to run our economy.

Now then, there was an interesting piece on MSNBC Money online news on September 2, 2013 titled; “9 Ways to Cut Your Student Loan Debt” – For many, repaying student loans is a burdensome process. Here are some programs that can lend a helping hand,” in which the article sported many novel ideas from getting scholarships to good negotiation. But I have a better idea, get a job, or quit school.

Want to know what’s even worse? Well, the Wall Street Journal has reported that “JP Morgan Will Exit the Student Loan Business,” by Dan Fitzpatrick and Robin Sidel, September 6, 2013 which noted that the company only made $200 million in 2012 from their student loan activities, and yet lent out over $6 billion. What does this mean, it means that with the number of defaults and the chances of these student loans going bad, they cannot risk the losses for such little revenue gains. Congress and the Obama Administration put in price controls, as most socialist countries due in various sectors to no avail disallowing the raising of interest rates even when more and more student loans go into default.

If the banks cannot make money in this sector or making these types of loans they will stop, once they stop there will be fewer loans. Anytime price controls are instituted, and we know this not only from history but as any good student of micro-economics, there will be shortages. JP Morgan although not the largest player in the sector, is still a well-known name and if they’ve decided to do this others will follow, just as opponents to the interest rate moratoriums had predicted, as did I. Please consider all this and think on it.

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April 21

Disorganized College Students Put Tuition At Risk

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Next to buying a home, college tuition is the largest expense most families will face. But your investment in college tuition could be at risk. Despite four years of hard work in high school and success in gaining admission to college, your child may be underperforming. And it might have nothing to do with academic skills.

In a recent national survey conducted by research firm Greenfield Online, 47 percent of college students said their high school did not prepare them with the organizational skills required to do well in college. What’s more, 87 percent of students say better time management and organization skills would help them get better grades.

Ironically, for a generation of students raised on computer technology, the survey also found almost half of college students still manage their tasks and schedules by hand writing on a personal calendar. Another 23 percent rely on memory to keep track of their many deadlines and assignments.

“Getting into college is only half the battle. Doing well in college prep courses in high school is not enough,” said David T. Conley, Ph.D., professor of education at the University of Oregon, and author of “College Knowledge: What It Really Takes for Students to Succeed and What We Can Do to Get Them Ready.” “Students need both academic skills and organizational skills to manage the many competing interests that college life offers.”

Every year college students, especially freshmen, face the distraction of greater freedom and the challenge of more course work. As students become increasingly time challenged, their organizational skills are susceptible to compromise.

Fortunately, the ability to organize your college course demands and manage your time can be quickly gained. In fact, you can use technology to actually do the organizing for you.

The software was developed by the makers of the popular FileMaker Pro database software, which is already used in top U.S. colleges including MIT, Stanford University, Syracuse University, Rutgers University, Wheaton College and UCLA.

“High-tech” generation still using paper and pen could jeopardize good grades and tuition investment.

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April 21

Fast Cash Loans for Students – Easy and Friendly Money for All Learner’s

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If you are a student, many times you may come across the circumstances where we are in need of immediate money to meet some random, unexpected and inevitable expenses. At that time one can be worried but with the fast cash loans for students can be sought out such troubles instantly and that too without any worry. These loans are friendly for the student who are living in UK and have some urgent monetary obligations.

This financial plan is capable of giving you the availed amount ranging from 50 to 1500 for the refund term of 1 to 31 days. You can extend the repayment terms as per your wish and desires.

The applicant should be very clear that as these are online loans with flexible payments, there is no requirement to place any collateral security against the availed cash while applying for these loans. One more advantage connected with these loans is that there is no credit check in these loans. So if the needy person is having bad credit history in the past he/she can also apply for fast loans for students’ bad credit without any worry. Late payments, Foreclosure, Skipping of installments, Arrears, Missed payments, Defaults, Individual voluntary Agreement, Insolvency, Country court Judgments and No payments among other acceptable here.

You can receive flexible unsecured loans through faxless and no credit checking process easily. It is really handy and easy to avail money. The rates of interest rate for these loans are generally high due to huge benefits associated with it. Further to that the refund term also varies as per the requirement of the applicant. The approved money can be used for paying school fee, going for holidays, buying new books, laptop, computer and paying PG rent among others.

There are simple eligibility conditions for fast cash loans for students:

You should be permanent residents of UK.

You should complete the age of 18 years.

Should have proof of student.

Possess an active bank account.

These loans can be applied online where the borrower needs to fill the application form stating his name, age, income, residential proof and bank account details among others and get that submitted. Once the application form is filled and submitted the loan providers will transfer the loan amount in applicant’s account within 24 hours of time. Whenever, some financial obligations make your life burdensome, easy and quick money will be available for you online.

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April 19

Teaching In Thailand – Becoming An English Teacher In A Foreign Country

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Schools in Thailand are always looking for good English teachers that are qualified to teach young children, high school students or adults. Children and adults living in Thailand may be interested in learning how to read, write and speak English to advance their education or career, or simply for fun. Native English teachers who are interested in teaching in Thailand can take courses that will prepare them to teach children or adults the English language.

In order to get a job as a teacher in Thailand a person needs to have a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree. They must be a qualified teacher in their own country and have a TEFL qualification. People who have a professional appearance and experience teaching at a school in Thailand have a better chance of landing a good teaching contract. The vast majority of foreign English teachers in Thailand are male, so females who apply for a teaching job in the country have a good chance of being hired.

Thai students are much different than European or North American students. They are highly respectful of their teachers but their cultural learning atmosphere is much more relaxed than in most other countries. For example, it is normal for a student to show up a half an hour late for class and there are no repercussions for such behavior. English teachers must learn to adapt to the cultural differences and continue doing the best teaching job possible. Although some students may not take their English studies seriously, other students may need to learn English so they can continue their education in an English speaking country.

Some teachers are interested in providing the best education possible, but others are more concerned with spending time in Thailand. Teachers that want to fund an extended vacation in this vibrant location should look for part-time teaching work. Full-time Thai English teachers are often required to work six days per week and do not receive many days off.

Although the pay is not high, many teachers have enjoyed teaching children and adults in Thailand. They have the chance to experience a new culture and meet plenty of new people while staying in the foreign country. Teaching students in another country gives teachers a chance to gain valuable work experience that they can add to their resume.

Native English teachers who are teaching in Thailand are expected to be an active member of the school, attending the early morning flag raising ceremony each day and any of the school’s special events. It is important for teachers to learn about the culture so that they can do what is expected of them. Many teachers assume that they need to be fluent in the Thai language in order to become an English teacher in Thailand. Although people should make an effort to learn some of the Thai language, they do not have to be fluent in the language before teaching there.

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April 19

The Teacher becomes the student

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A relationship expert once said that during an argument, there’s usually three sides to every story: his side, her side, and of course, the truth. This is something we must definitely keep in mind as teachers. Many educators (especially professors), have been accused of having the biggest egos this side of Mount Rushmore. One of the quickest ways to burn out in education is to refuse to embrace change. Keep in mind whether we want to admit it or not, life moves and changes constantly.

Students are constantly exposed to material we once never dreamed existed. Ironically, although students are exposed to more, they typically know less and are less mature than the generations before. However, that does not discredit the fact that students still bring a unique perspective to our classroom; it’s through their eyes that we can become better teachers.

One useful strategies for maintaining a high level of motivation in the classroom, can come from the Sales industry. Rule #1 in Sales is that in order to bring the customer to where you are (your level of understanding), you must first go to where they are (they’re current level of understanding). In simple terms, you must know your customer (in this case, your student).

Relating this concept to the education arena, you must simply and clearly define your objectives and what you would like to see happen over the course of a semester (or even a brief interaction) with a student, and then you help your students to do the same. In other words, know where YOU want to go, help them find out where THEY want to go, and then come up with a strategy for both of you to get there. In negotiating terms, they call this a win-win solution. Obviously, this strategy can only work if you value the student, and you believe he or she can make you a better teacher.

Students aren’t as concerned with the subject matter itself as they were with how the subject matter is being taught. They are more concerned with the Teachers attitude than the answers they are given. This might be a revelation to many eductators

If you want to become a more productive educator in or outside of the classroom, the key is student input – you must seek it. They say that the definition of insanity is doing the same things over and over again, but expecting different results. If you listen to and solicit feedback from your students, you won’t have to repeat the mistakes of the past. So value your students and their input; trust me, they hold the keys to your success.

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April 12

Course and Career options available after 12th for commerce students

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Commerce is language of business and anyone who wants to have better control over the business activities should learn accounts, taxation, banking and other commerce related activities, there are many career options available related to accounts finance and taxation, since these professionals are always in great demand, there is a sense of job security and respect command by such professionals, there are many accounting courses , taxation courses which are certificate course, degree course and diploma course in commerce after 12th , even non commerce students from arts background can also join such training institutes. Degree Course:- Many students opt for degree course like commerce graduate B Com, offered by various universities and colleges, usually degree course is for three years, however earlier many universities use to offer two year program also, but now that practice has been stopped. There are regular as well as correspondence course in which students do not attend classes, there are many universities which offer evening weekend classes for those students opting for distance course, however with top universities like Delhi University, Pune University it is very important to have very good percentage at 12th standard which some time cross 95% in aggregate to take admission in regular course. Some of the known universities in India. Sikkim Manipal university Annamalai University Punjab Technical University NIMS Shobit University Delhi University Professional Courses Apart from graduation there are various other professional courses offered by various institutes in India which offer professional courses which covers fields like:- Accounting Taxation Audit Company Law Mercantile Law Business Studies Organization & Management Direct Tax Income Tax Indirect Tax Service Tax Central Excise VAT

List of Institutes offering various Professional courses in commerce after 12th

CA (The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India commonly known as ICAI) CS (The Institute of Company secretary of India ICSI) ICWA (The Institute of Cost and Works Accountants) IPA (The Institute of Professional Accountants)

Various Career options after doing these professional Courses after graduation or after 12th in commerce.

Assistant Accountant Junior Accountant Accountant Accounts Manager Finance Manager Taxation Assistant Assistant Tax Manager Taxation Manager Payroll trainee Payroll manager Finance Executive Assistant Manager Finance Banking Executive Advanced excel course in Delhi

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