Reference and Education Article Category

Data Science Training, Data Science - Machine Learning With Python

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Jerome Titus

Blueocean Learning is an IT consulting, Solutions and Services organization based out of Bangalore for the last 2 decades with a bandwidth to train corporate bodies and individuals alike in all niche technologies. We train organizations of all sizes from SME's to Global Corporations.

Ignorance Can Be Bliss

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Kenlea R Barnes

In the article "Puppies, Pigs, and People," Alastair Norcross relates the act of consuming factory-raised meat to Fred, the infamous puppy torturer. In modern day society, the process in how Americans receive their food and what is done in order to be able to eat it has been a major topic of discussion. Throughout this article, one can examine what exactly makes an act immoral and if one should be held accountable for those actions.

French Revolution(1789-93)

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Rishindra Mukherjee

"THE FRENCH REVOLUTION TAUGHT US THE RIGHTS OF MAN"-THOMAS SANKARA THE FRENCH REVOLUTION WAS A GREAT EVENT IN THE HISTORY NOT ONLY OF FRANCE & EUROPE BUTOF MANKIND AS A WHOLE.IT GAVE TO HUMANITY NEW IDEAS OF 'LIBERTY EQUALITY & FRATERNITY'.THE FRENCH REVOLUTION IS THE NAME GIVEN TO THE STRUGGLE WHICH SWEPT AWAY THE OLD REGIME IN FRANCE AND BROUGHT ABOUT FUNDAMENTAL CHANGES IN THE SOCIO-POLITICAL SET-UP.

Maple Memories

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Patricia H Kuhnen-Beaver

Tap into Spring as the sap runs and buckets of liquid gold are collected from maple trees. It's Maple Season. The natural sweetener is collected and processed in sugar shanties all across North America. Smell the buttery aroma with a deep inhale, you know the pancakes are on the grill and waiting for you.

8 Playground Hygiene Practices Every Parent Should Know About

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Jason Fernandez Walter

Taking the kids to the playground is a great avenue for them to get a breath of fresh air and let them exercise through engaging in active play. Particularly now that we live in a gadget-driven era, the playgrounds serve as a wonderful place for children to have a screen-free entertainment.

Promote Learning Music Lessons to Keep Up With Times

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Karen K Williams

The relation of music and learning is a frequent research topic. Studies show that listening or playing can have an impact positively to the brain. Studies show music engages the brain and teaches learning content. Maximizing the relationship between learning and music helps in popping ear buds or cranking a boom box. Music is not any push play and there are meaningful ways of incorporating music as best practices.

The Three Step Ladder to Becoming an IAS Officer in India

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Uma Nathan

The article first helps in understanding that the career of an IAS is about developing the nation and not merely personal growth. Then it moves forward to explain the three stages, i.e., Prelims, Mains and Interview, need to be cleared to reach the end goal and how they can be cracked.

You Are Never Too Young

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Carolyn Molnar

I was surprised to learn the young man who'd asked me such an interesting question was only 17 years old. His curly hair hung down to his shoulders, and he wore the kind of tie-dyed t-shirts I used to wear when I was 17. But his inquisitive brown eyes were filled with wisdom, and when I looked at him...

Belief - Must It Make Sense?

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Stephen Russell-Lacy

Individual differences of disposition and maturity affect our views. Our rational understanding gives us a responsibility for how we choose a belief.

The Rise of the Tourism Sector and How Can You Fit In

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Alok Mishra

The boom of the tourism industry is clearly visible both in India and abroad. As the economic condition of the world keeps improving combined with stiff competition in the hospitality sector, more people are now spending their money in the tourism segment and have the options to do it. Tourism is already a global industry that is worth a massive $16 trillion which is expected to grow by a healthy rate of 5% annually in the coming 5 years.

Four Tips for Multi-Team Early Childhood Assessments

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Susan Louise Peterson

School Psychology professionals and clinicians are often asked to complete multi-team assessments for early childhood and pre-kindergarten children. Here are four tips that may help professionals involved in multi-team early childhood assessments.

What Makes TimesPro's PGDBM XL Program the Best in Its Class?

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Alok Mishra

The banking sector in India is poised for robust growth as technological advancements and policy reforms continue to provide the impetus to growth. A well-developed BFSI sector is a must for economic progress, and that is why the banking sector today is holding a strong emphasis on strengthening the overall customer experience by providing better and personalized services for their clients. The ingress of technology and expansion of banking services have resulted in a surge in demand for banking professionals with requisite skills and qualifications.

The Opportunities Extended by Global Exposure in Management Education

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Alok Mishra

The student population is at a constant rise; competition is rising; challenges are common at every path of the career, and opportunities are being fished away by new players every minute. It is a real-world overview of the twenty-first-century business landscape. So, what can be the most essential aspect that can bring opportunities to students and help them build connections with professionals outside their usual networks?

Guidance for Scoring Great in GMAT

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Alok Mishra

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer based test that is aimed at assessing the verbal, quantitative, writing, analytical, and reading skills for determining your suitability for getting admission to a graduate management program like MBA. The problem-solving abilities, analytical writing tests, and more, which are an integral part of the examination address the reasoning skills and logical thinking capability of a candidate to gauge his or her adaptability to the present business scenario. It is natural for someone who is planning to take up GMAT to wonder how to get the highest possible score in...

5 Modern Job Profiles That You Can Apply for Right After Your Mass Comm

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Alok Mishra

The mass communication degree is probably the only bachelor program that provides you with the maximum career freedom. You can choose to become anything, you can apply for any profile. Be it management or technical, legal or hospitality, a mass comm graduate can find a job anywhere.

Interesting Animals That Roamed The Earth Before Humans

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Alok Mishra

The first undisputed signs of life began nearly 3.4 billion years ago, and ever since then, life has drastically evolved in forms and factors that are unlike anything we see on earth today. From giant land scorpions to extinct crocodiles the length of a school bus, explore interesting animals that walked (or swam) the earth long before humans.

The Earning Potential of a Banking Manager

Published:Thursday 12th of September | by Alok Mishra

Banking is one of those rapidly growing industries that have their reach from the public sector to the private sector. It is an integral part of the basic economy of any country and serves as a backbone to the masses. Finding a suitable job in this sector is always considered to be a good hunt.