Month: May 2020

3 Ways a Career Coach Can Help You Achieve Your Goals

Here are three ways career development coaches can help set you on a path to success. Whether you are looking for a career change, working toward your next promotion or seeking a personal sense of accomplishment, partnering with the career development team at your university can help you achieve your goals. Career […]

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Karnal smart city undertakes key initiatives to fight Covid-19

Karnal Smart City has undertaken the following initiatives to combat COVID-19: Resource Management and Administration Augmentation of Medical Infrastructure:Availability of medical infrastructure is ensured (as on April 15, 2020) including 1,577 PPE kits; 13,348 masks N-95; 66,076 three-layer masks; 1,873 litre of sanitizers; 434 VTM; 2,580 sodium hydrochloride; 295,805 gloves; […]

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work meanderings

Its taken a while to get going on my blog. I wonder do I deserve a virtual choc fish for starting and hopefully writing something meaningful.Source: www.bbc.co.uk A lot has been happening at work. For a start we are lucky enough to have visits from a couple of people involved in […]

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QUIZ: What Should You Major In?

We’ve got the quiz to help you decide what career-focused program is best suited for you. We’ve got the quiz to help you decide what career-focused program is best suited for you. We’ll help you hone in on your search and feel confident in the pathway you’re about to embark […]

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FCI has become a lifeline for food distribution

Union Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution, Shri Ram Vilas Paswan today chaired the review meeting with the Food Corporation of India’s Zonal Executive Directors and Regional General Managers on the distribution and procurement of food grains, through video conference. In his address, Shri Paswan lauded the role […]

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Mix Images and Animation on Your Mobile

A couple of years back I wrote about a really nice web based tool called Xtranormal and since then I’ve heard from so many teachers saying how useful their students have found it, so I was delighted yesterday to find that the same makes had now produced a free mobile / tablet […]

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New and Renewable Energy

The Prime Minister reviewed the work of the Ministry of Power and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, last evening. Policy initiatives including revised Tariff Policy and the Electricity (Amendment) […]

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COVID-19 in North Eastern Region

Senior Member of “National Commission for Women” (NCW), Mrs Soso Shaiza today met Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh and discussed COVID related issues, particularly in the context of the North Eastern […]

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How to Prepare for the Next Semester

As a student who is in just a matter of days becoming an alum, I’d like to share with you how I prepared for each upcoming semester. Sometimes we get so focused on what we are doing right now that we forget to plan ahead; this is especially true during […]

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FLLinNZer visit 24 March 2006

It was great to have a 3005/2006 Flexible Learning Leader in New Zealand visit on 24 March. Cathy Gunn from Auckland university spent an afternoon with several of us from Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin College of Education and the University of Otago. We gathered at HEDC at University of Otago. We […]

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