Difference between CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE, IB and State Board With the Beginning of admissions’ season across cities in India, parents face a dilemma as to which board would fit best for their young ones. India Schools offer both Indian and International Syllabi namely: 1. CBSE: Central Board of Secondary Education 2. CISCE: Council for the … Continue reading Difference between CBSE, ICSE, IGCSE, IB and State Board
If your score in 12th class is below 90% to get admission in a good college in India is difficult due to high cut off. Hence studying in other countries like the USA, Canada, etc. can be a much viable option. Studying abroad provides a good education in a safe environment at a cost as … Continue reading Consider Studying Abroad if Score below 90%
That’s the question all students should ask themselves before deciding on the country they want to study. If students want to work after completing their course, they should only consider countries that offer post-study work permits. Coming back to India without any work experience abroad may lead to underpaid jobs. Countries like USA, Canada, Australia, … Continue reading Why Study Abroad?
‘ Never confuse your worth with your work ‘ : This famous quote summarizes the roller coaster ride I’ve had in my career as a television journalist/ anchor. I started my career as an Anchor & Reporter with a leading Hindi news channel in India that gave me instant recognition and valuable life-changing experience. The … Continue reading To be or Not to be a TV Journalist/ Anchor
Application to top universities start in October and you can secure an admission to a University of your choice even before you complete 12th class. Sachin Sharma says, “Yes, it is true! If students apply now, they have a higher chance of acceptance and get more scholarships. This can reduce your cost of study, substantially. … Continue reading 12th class students apply to Universities Abroad Now & Secure Admission before Pre Board Results!
With effect from 26 November 2018, students successfully completing bachelors, masters or doctoral in New Zealand will be eligible for a 3 year open work visa. An ‘Open’ Work Visa holds a lot of importance as students will not require companies/employers to sponsor them a work visa. They can work in any job, for any … Continue reading New Zealand offers 3 Year Open Work Visa to International Students
Success in the IELTS writing section in not tough if you study smart and use the right techniques. Here are some tips to help you ace this section. 1. Understand the Format The IELTS writing task 1 is a data interpretation/explanation task. You will be given 20 minutes to write at least 150 words. This … Continue reading 5 Study tips for IELTS Writing Task 1 (Academic)
Modelling is a highly competitive industry with increasing number of model every year. But with the right network and knowledge it can be turned into a full time profession. Here is everything you need to know. WHAT PREPARATION DO I NEED TO BECOME A MODEL ? If you inherited good looks from your parents, it … Continue reading Have you ever thought of Modelling as career ?
It is that time of the year again! Over the past few weeks top Universities all around the world have started opening their applications for 2019. For most of the Universities applications for Round 1 will open next month! The big question is, are you ready ? If not, here are 5 tips to help … Continue reading 5 Tips to prepare for College Applications
Perfect Grades, test scores and extra-curricular activities are not enough anymore. It is more important to find the right college that fits your criteria because a wrong choice can put you in huge debt. Says Sachin Sharma of IVS Solutions, “Tuition fees in top colleges are around 30 lakhs per annum. For a four year … Continue reading An Education Consultant Can Save You More Than A Crore.