Monday, 23 January 2012

Exam Phobia

Exam Phobia

Love them or hate them, exams are a part of being a student. And they’re right around the corner.
Exams can lead to stressful times for some students. For others, they’re an opportunity to rise to the challenge and excel.

There are key things students can do to beat stress, rock their exams and come out happier and healthier.

Chart a plan of action

Preparation is the most important element in exam success and reducing stress,You need to identify first if you are, in fact, stressed.

Stress symptoms can include anxiety, elevated heart rate, stomach cramps, difficulty sleeping and irregular eating patterns. Some people experience a lowered ability to concentrate and remember — key faculties that are vital for exam success.

If you’re stressed, identify what the stressor is.Stress is a response to danger. If it is specifically the exam, why is this exam a danger?
Students should also take stock of their resources and time constraints.For example, if you know you need six hours to study and you only have two, there’s an imbalance,.

Time management

Set a schedule and stick to it.Schedule all activities, including downtime,Address issues as they come so you don’t get to the crisis point.

Healthy diet, exercise, sleep

It might seem like eating a slice of greasy pizza, drinking buckets of coffee and staying up all night to cram are necessary, but those stereotypical efforts are not helpful.

In fact, it probably makes for worse performance. Eating, exercising, and sleeping well are effective ways to reduce stress and prepare for exams.

A balanced, healthy diet provides the needed strength for weeks of exams. We’ve all heard the saying, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” So eating something at breakfast is important. Fruits, veggies and nuts are great snacks during packed days.

Moderating intake of fat, sugar, alcohol and caffeine is also recommended. Consult Canada’s Food Guide for advice.

Many people crave caffeine and that’s absolutely understandable. Yet instead of java, how about trying green tea? It has only about 20 mg of caffeine per 250 ml. Brewed coffee can have upwards of 120 mg of caffeine, can be a stomach irritant and can lead to irregular sleep.
Regular exercise improves mood, boosts energy levels and promotes better sleep. Can’t get to the gym every day? Take a quick walk. Get out of the subway or bus a few stops early. It might be chilly, but 15 minutes of fresh air works wonders.
Seven to eight hours of quality sleep every night allows for clearer thinking, deeper concentration and fosters calm in stressful situations. The less sleep a person gets, the more stressed they become and the sooner they crash.

An environment to concentrate

Nobody wants to disconnect, but avoiding distractions helps maintain focus. Turn off the cell phone, ignore email, shut off the television. Sit down and study.
It may even be advantageous to create an ambiance that’s similar to an exam environment.


Take breaks

Spare at least 45 minutes per day for mind-wandering.
Brief diversions can clear the mind. Ideas? Stare at the ceiling. Do the dishes. Listen to some music. Read the newspaper. Better? Go for a walk. Make some soup. Eat that soup. Do some yoga. Write an alternate ending to your favourite movie.

Go to exams with confidence

Be prepared, well rested and ready to write. Think positively about personal achievements and abilities.

Owen suggests taking a few moments to breathe slowly and deeply to regain focus. Disconnect from unhealthy emotions. 


Study hard and remain disciplined without overdoing it. Treat yourself to small things – in moderation – that can buoy the spirit.

Exams will be over and done in no time. Celebrate with friends, enjoy a dinner and movie. You earned it. Time to get back to the things that had to take a pause.


Thursday, 19 January 2012

Internet Addiction

 Internet Addiction
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Thursday, 12 January 2012

Civil Services

What is Civil Services

Civil service is a term that is commonly used in identifying governmental functions in many different types of government around the world. The term is utilized in two similar but distinct manners. Just about every nation in the world today has at least one department of civil service as part of the overall structure.

One common usage of the term “civil service” has to do with the specific arm or branch of government service that oversees the hiring process. In this application, a specific department will set employment standards that are observed by the other departments that make up the government administrative arm. It is not unusual for the civil service department to develop and administer all examinations related to potential employment with the government in question. At the same time, the department may also define and oversee the criteria for merit raises and other employee benefits.

The second use of civil service is as a more general term. When this is the case, civil service may refer to any of the many departments that make up a government. In most instances, this will be a sweeping application that will include all departments except the military arms of the government. However, there is some variance in just how broad the application will be. In some nations, civil service is defined as applying to any and all government entities, while in others the term is understood to mainly focus on departments concerned with clerical or administrative functions.

Persons who are employed in the field of civil service are often referred to as civil servants. The civil servant may be an employee of any federal, state, or local government.

Wednesday, 11 January 2012


What Is MBA

If you go by the dictionary definition an MBA is a post graduate degree in business administration. MBA or Masters in Business Administration is one of the most sought after degrees among students the world over. The MBA program is recognized worldwide and is considered as a major step towards a successful management career. 

Essence of MBA:-

But have you paused and thought what is MBA all about? Is it just a degree that helps you add an extra column to your CV, or helps you climb up the ladder or helps you increase your bank balance? Yes it does all the above and much beyond. MBA education goes beyond classroom teaching and helps in the holistic development of an individual. An MBA helps in building your network, skills and brand. Soft skills of leadership, ethics, team work and communication become the driving force of your life. While you will obviously use hard skills like theory knowledge of finance, marketing, accounting and operations in your job, your soft skills will help you grow from just an individual to a well-rounded individual. 

Networking and MBA:-

If you are still in two minds what will MBA provide you with other than a degree and a lucrative career, then let’s assure you that an MBA offers a valuable network which you can cherish for life. A strong alumni, an excellent faculty, brilliant batch mates will help you go places from any remote part of the country. Remember all global businesses need local support. So even if you open a start-up and wish to be an entrepreneur, your right contacts at the right places and at the right time will help you do just that.

Learning and Application:-

MBA is not just about learning key concepts in the field of management. It is about how you apply those concepts and become a successful manager. An MBA from one of the top management institutes will help you develop application skills through several live projects but you become a successful manager only when you are faced with real problems and come out with real time solutions based on your MBA education.

MBA – True Meaning:-

As very rightly mentioned by somebody real management is developing people through work and not getting work done through people. The right program for MBA will teach you exactly this and help you become a manager in its true sense.


Wednesday, 4 January 2012



1. Know yourself – Name your values, skills and interests. Don’t take them for granted.
2. Develop clarity about your unique offer to an employer.
3. What do you want in your career – what is your vision for the next year?
4.  Research what’s in the advertised job market.
5. Research what is in the hidden job market – i.e. jobs that do not get advertised.
6. Research the salary scales for your career interest areas.
7. Do you need to study to bridge the gap between your current position and where you want to be?
8. Get help where you need it – colleagues, supervisors, mentors, consultants.
9. Take courage and stop making excuses. Make a decision.
10.  Act upon the decision – there’s no turning back – move forward, even if it to eliminate a possibility


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