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50 Can’t-Fail Techniques for Blog Topics

To help get your inspirational motor running, here are 50 techniques for generating great blog post topics…


Big Data and Data Center Operations

Big data and predictive analytics are a great fit for the data center and IT operations, especially within the modern data center…


XIIth Boards paper pattern to change

Changes in the pattern of question papers for the Class XII Central Board of Secondary Education exam, and a clear shift away from ‘objective-type’ questions to ‘application-based’ ones, will make it significantly harder to score this year…


SIXTY YEARS OF A DNA WORLD VIEW

The passage of 60 years since James Watson and Francis Crick published their paper in Nature describing the double helical structure of the DNA molecule. It unleashed a genomic worldview and led to the central dogma of genetics and biology, the linear flow of cellular information from DNA…


AN ECOSYSTEM TO SAVE , OR SQUANDER

This is a challenging time in India’s development history where a number of tenets of environmental governance are being questioned by the imperative of growth. Environmental governance in India is under assault, and is thus in need of both fresh thinking, and a new focus, based on outcomeand results…


HUNGER AND BURSTING GRANARIES

The hallmark of the National Food Security Bill 2011 is that if implemented it will translate into India’s first ever right to food legislation, guaranteeing food as a justiciable, legal entitlement to its people…


ACCESS TO THE PRINTED WORD

Talks on a global treaty to give copyright exemptions for the blind and print disabled are inching close to fruition at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO)…


KEEPING CHILDREN OUT OF LABOUR

The economic vulnerabilities that confront households in the current sluggish recovery from the global meltdown are aggravating the fight against child labour…


Timeless Lessons from the Father of Advertising

In 1962, Time magazine called David Ogilvy “the most sought-after wizard in today’s advertising industry.” The Father of Advertising” also has plenty to teach us about productivity, branding, research, and ambition…


All About Attachment & Detachment

Can anybody work without attachment? On the contrary , one has to work with full attachment, but if that be with full awareness of Him ­ then it is detached. If you work with contemplation of the House you have left behind, then that is work with detachment…


Out of 3L MBA grads every year

India produces about three lakh management graduates every year, but hardly 35,000 of them are employable, said experts who gathered here for a conference of B-school heads.


 

Just 5% of Indian marriages are inter-caste: survey

30 per cent of rural and 20 per cent of urban households said they practised untouchability.Just five per cent of Indians said they had married a person from a different caste, says the first direct estimate of inter-caste marriages in India…


Does it pay to be a farmer in India?

How much exactly does growing a crop earn a household? The chart below shows the value of the harvested crop for a household that predominantly grows that crop, over a six-month agricultural season…


Child marriages still rampant

A majority of parents who get their children married before the legal age do not even seek their consent, and among those who do, the child not consenting does not stop the marriage, new data has shown…


Delhi’s Terrible Air Quality

The capital’s residents know from looking out of the window every morning, or that cough that will not go, that their air quality’s bad. But new data from the Centre for Science and Environment can help understand just how bad Delhi’s air pollution is…


The year 2014 offered many new forms of learning

Year 2014 witnessed various transformations in the way education industry functions.With the advent of experiential learning in the teaching methodology, a new and innovative approach to education was noticed via smart board teaching which enables pupils to get a better understanding of the concepts taught in the classrooms…


India’s eating habits may have changed, but not nutrition levels

In the past two decades, In dia’s eating habits have changed but the nutritional level seems to be the same, a recent survey has found. Across the board, people are eating less cereals, replacing them with more fat and snacks, beverages and processed foods…


Pluto probe wakes up after 9-year slumber

After nine years and a journey of 3 billion miles (4.8 billion km), Nasa’s New Horizons robotic probe awoke from hibernation on Saturday to begin an unprecedented mission to study the icy dwarf planet Pluto and sibling worlds in its Kuiper Belt home…


The MBA Magic

While opting for management degree, one should be informed about management specializations. Operations management is the management of a business process…


A management degree is a launch pad to the corporate world

An MBA degree certainly adds a lot of value to a graduate degree and enhances your resume. It helps you stand out amongst all the candidates applying for a job…


 

8 Incredibly Simple Ways to Get More People to Read Your Content

If you want to cover a complex topic, consider breaking it into a series of posts. It’s a great way to keep people coming back for more, and your reader will find it easier to digest your content if they get it in portion-controlled sizes…


7 Scientifically-Backed Copywriting Tips

The practice of persuasive copywriting is a necessity, if you want to sell products, services, or ideas online.While great writing is truly an art, those looking to improve their craft as a copywriter can find a lot of help from behavioral psychology and neuroscience studies…


7 Things the Great Copywriters Wish You Knew

Here are 7 strategies you’ll want to swipe from the rich tradition of direct response copywriting…


 

The pure, refreshing taste of Schlitz Beer

Back in the 1920s, Schlitz Beer was the number five brand in the American beer market. The company hired now legendary copywriter Claude Hopkins to do something about that unenviable position…


Is the premise the same as the USP?

You probably already know about the USP, or unique selling proposition. It’s an advertising concept that dates back many decades, but if you’re not familiar with it, here’s a quick explanation…


Worldviews, frames, and stories that make people want to buy

Marketing succeeds when enough people with similar worldviews come together in a way that allows marketers to reach them cost-effectively...


 

How do you know what people want?

The battle is won or lost, right here. Put me up against the greatest writer in the world, and if I understand the audience better, I will kick his or her ass every time when it comes to connection, engagement, and conversion…


Start with the prospect, not the product

It’s like trying to sell asparagus to kids because it’s good for them. If you’re competing against the jingle of the ice cream truck down the street, you’re probably not going to get the results you want…


Copywriting- It’s all about the premise

As a term in formal logic, the premise is a proposition supporting a certain conclusion. Applied to copywriting, I use the word premise to mean the emotional concept that not only attracts attention, but maintains engagement throughout every element of your landing page copy and imagery…


Copywriting skills mean you’re always okay

Being able to sell with words alone, regardless of where you’re physically located, is the most powerful skill you can have. And remember, this is coming from a guy who quit practicing law to do this…


 

Endosulfan in the country

Endosulfan has been used in agriculture around the world to control insect pests including whiteflies’, aphids, leafhoppers, Colorado potato beetles and cabbage worms…


 

Desertification in India

Desertification was defined at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992 as degradation of drylands,the point at which that land no longer can be returned to a productive state. It results from complex interactions between unpredictable climate variations but primarily human activities…


The Sangam Age of History

The Sangam Age in India witnessed the rapid development of literary works in the southern regions. The literature that was created during this time came to be known as Sangam literature. The great poets, writers, etc. of this age have left behind invaluable accounts of brilliant literature that continue to enthrall historians and scholars…


Thermodynamic Life

 Thermodynamics distinguishes between open and closed systems. A closed system is isolated from the rest of the environment and exchanges neither light, heat, nor matter with its surroundings. An open system is one in which such exchanges do occur…


Genetic Life

All organisms on Earth, from the simplest cell to man himself, are machines of extraordinary powers, effortlessly performing complex transformations of organic molecules, exhibiting elaborate behaviour patterns, and indefinitely constructing from raw materials in the environment more or less identical copies of themselves…


Physiological,  Metabolic and  Biochemical Life

For many years a physiological definition of life was popular. Life was defined as any system capable of performing a number of such functions as eating, metabolizing, excreting, breathing, moving, growing, reproducing…


 

The Essential Commodities Act

The Essential Commodities Act was enacted by the Central Government in 1955. Main purpose of the act was to control the price and trade for commodities which are essential for public at large…


 

How Does the Binary System Work: An Introduction

 Before you start reading this article, I want you to take a trip back into your past when you were being taught the decimal system. Personally, when I was in elementary school (in the 70’s/80’s), teachers used to use a column system to teach us about numbers…


The ascent of scripting languages

At least as early as 1964, programmers realized that having to do everything in code, including copying files, was too tedious. So IBM introduced a “job control language” (JCL) on the OS/360. In this language…


The Early History of Programming Languages

In the very early days of computing, the only “language” employed was comprised of native machine instructions, which were often “entered” by flipping switches and moving cables around…


An introduction to object oriented languages

Object-orientation can refer to a set of design principles, a programming style, or features of programming languages that support that style. Continuing from an earlier post on the history of programming languages, let’s next concentrate on the purpose and history of the languages that support OOP…


 

Optimizing Topology in Cloud Infrastructure

Cloud computing is one of the interesting research area in contemporary computer science. The project primarily focuses on developing strategy that can effectively and efficiently provide a technique for allocating various resources to the requester clients…


Do Designers Need to Go to College?

Formal design education can be an incredibly valuable experience but it doesn’t always make sense for your career or your wallet. This is especially true for designers working in tech because there is a massive gap between what schools teach and what a designer needs to know to build a product in the real world…


 

Features that will get  mobile App running

Have a main menu which is clear and not at all confusing. The tabs should be easy to read, in a visually appealing font and with buttons like deals and offers and reservations right at the top…


 

Learning and Training for an Organization

It’s not that finding manpower is a problem; in fact, thanks to the numerous online hiring platforms, reaching out to a large number of potential employees is easier than ever…


 

DIGITAL GAMES

Digital Media need to keep players engaged. Since games are interactive media, achieving this goal means that game designers need to anticipate player actions to create a pre-designed experience…


 

RADIOLOGY AND IMAGING TECHNOLOGY

Bachelor of Radiology & Imaging Technology is a 3 year long degree level course. At present Radiography is one of the most popular modern medical technologies available…


 

DIPLOMA IN OPERATION THEATER TECHNOLOGY (OTT)

Various electrical and electronic equipments are in use in modern operation theatres for monitoring anaesthesia and surgical procedures. The course is designed to assist anesthesiologist in the operation theatre..


 

DIPLOMA IN MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (DMLT)

Career as a Medical laboratory technician/technologist offer you the opportunity to have a significant impact on patient care…


 

B.Sc. in RADIOLOGY AND IMAGING TECHNOLOGY (RIT)

A certified medical laboratory technologist may find an ever-growing career in a hospital, minor emergency centers, private laboratory, blood banks, doctor’s clinics pathology lab and various clinical research centers…


 

B.Sc. in OPTOMETRY

There is regular mode of teaching and supplemented by an intensive and rigorous practical training that equips the students…


 

B.Sc. in OPERATION THEATER TECHNOLOGY

A Paramedic is a professional who helps the doctors in specialized areas and facilitates for better diagnosis, treatment and therapy. The increase in number of patients, variety of diseases and the demand for immense treatment…


 

Global Harmony

Today’s manifold global challenges and major power shifts epitomise the birth pangs of a new order. While we know the world is in transition, the contours of the new order are still not visible….


 

Exam Secrets in 30 Minutes

Successful time management does not mean doing all the things you would like

to do. It means that you decide which tasks you will do and which you will…


Dangerous Trends in Competitions

If you dream of success in your exam or competition for exciting bright future, this is the most important message you’ll ever read…


 

KEY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR UNIVERSITY IT MANAGERS

With companies emphasizing the ability to apply technology to business problems, it is incumbent on universities to give students the skills necessary to meet the needs of companies…


 

Preparing students for next generation

It’s a gross understatement to say that the business world has become more technical over the past generation. With the proliferation of technologies used to meet business needs, the skill sets that enterprises require are in a constant state of change…


 

B.Sc. in MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (MLT)

A Paramedic is a professional who helps the doctors in specialized areas and facilitates for better diagnosis, treatment and therapy. The increase in number of patients, variety of diseases and the demand for immense treatment have paved the way for paramedical professionals…


 

B.Sc. In NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

Dietetics is the science and art of feeding individuals based on the principles of nutrition. It can also be said to be the “science and art of human nutritional care.” Diet therapy and its application in patient related settings is a major focus of dietetics.


 

Social Media Marketing

Social media itself is a catch-all term for sites that may provide radically different social actions. For instance, Twitter is a social site designed to let people share short messages or “updates” with others. Facebook, in contrast is a full-blown social networking site…


E-EDUCATION IS THE NEW WAY

Technology has revolutionized the way we study and educate ourselves. Features like e-books and online learning ensure that we have all the required information as and when we need it. Smart classrooms have transformed learning into a joyful experience and learning has become more interesting.


 Beyond Traditional Classrooms

Computer is no longer a luxury, but a new educational necessity, as important as books, libraries and labs…