Author Archives: Esther Silas

Signs that Parents should look for to Identify an Overloaded Child

By | November 20, 2013

In between our busy schedules, managing a job and house work becomes difficult. Making time for socialising, children, a spouse and yet finding some personal time, too is a task let alone the constant pressure from employers and unreasonable deadlines to meet that can be overwhelming resulting in stress. If you thought this was enough,… Read More »

Help your Child to Balance Schoolwork with Extracurricular Activities?

By | November 8, 2013

Some kids are crazy about Football, some others prefer drama, while still others like ballet. As parents we want to encourage our children to nurture their individual talents or hobbies, in the best possible way.  By cheering our kids on in their individual pursuits we feel proud of them. Although participating in Clubs, sports, music,… Read More »

How to Balance Schoolwork with Extracurricular Activities?

By | November 7, 2013

Most Students have a tough time managing homework along with extracurricular activities. As a result one is given preference over the other. So students tend to focus more on extracurricular activities and school work takes a back seat. Put simply the balancing beam tilts instead of a balance being maintained. Even though participating in extracurricular… Read More »

Difference between Computer Science and Information Technology

By | November 7, 2013

Most computer aspirants continue to struggle with distinguishing between Computer Science and Information Technology. These individuals share a common confusion in whether there is any difference between Computer Science (B.C.S.) and Information Technology (IT). They are all of the notion that there isn’t any sort of difference between the 2 as the theory behind each… Read More »

9 Tips to crack JEMAT Exam

By | November 6, 2013

Just like the entrance examinations that are conducted to gain entry into various medical or engineering programs so also there are entrance examinations conducted as a decisive tool to shortlist candidates for various management programs. Of the many management entrances, one such entrance exam is the  Joint Entrance Management Aptitude Test (JEMAT) that is conducted… Read More »

Simple Ways to Develop Good Communication Skills

By | November 6, 2013

Think about the amount of time spent in communicating with people on a daily basis. For instance you write emails, facilitate meetings, participate in conference calls, create reports, devise presentations, debate with your colleagues… the list goes on. This and a number of other tasks that are solely dependent on communicating effectively can affect productivity.… Read More »

6 Tips for Writing A Scholarship Essays

By | October 30, 2013

There is a familiar notion in the professional world that students today aren’t able to write as effectively as they should.  With a technology driven environment, the writing skills of students have taken a back seat due to the efficiency in smsing. Apart from these reasons, essays if written effectively allow the interviewers to learn… Read More »

11 Benefits of Reading

By | October 29, 2013

I’m sure we all remember reading our favorite Fairy Tales or waited to watch them on Cartoon Network as ‘Timeless tales’ or watched ‘Noddy’ and was so fascinated by his amazing adventures that we decided to read more about them in books. And how about reading the adventures of our Super Hero’s that we all… Read More »