Monthly Archive: July 2011

What are Canadian student visa requirements, Visa rules and how to apply for Visa?

If you want to do studies in Canada, then you need to know first the process of securing a student visa. This will allow you to enter Canada without any legal problems. In Canada, student visa is also commonly known as study permit. Some people need not to apply for it while others are required to secure it depending on the country of origin. For example, students coming from United States, Japan, France, Germany, Singapore, etc. need not to process requirements for student permit so long as they can verify their nationality.

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Career options in science after 12th

Career options in science after 12th - Chakreview.com

Science stream is divided into two different sub-categories; with Maths category and with Biology category. So the most famous field of career options in India are the Medical and the Engineering and they are only pursuable through science stream. However, Apart from Bsc in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology there are some special science courses after 12th which have high scope

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Fashion designing as a career!

The most common areas of job spaces for people with fashion designing background are fashion research, designing and production of cloths and textiles designing.

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Career in Graphic Design: Explained

Graphic designers are required in the field of designing brochures, posters, various tickets, sign boards, cards, covers for magazines as well as books, T-shirts, different logos, advertisement banners for web users as well as for newspapers, power point presentations, etc. With the development of technology and world economy, the need for more effective advertisements is increasing as never before and this is providing high scope to people in the field of graphic designs.

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Career in Web Designing: Scope Jobs and Courses!

Career in Web Designing - Chakreview.com

Web designing courses in India run across the country by different institutes ranging from small to larger ones and such courses can be completed within one year like certification courses. Or one can go for professional multimedia degree(under graduate, post Graduate) or diploma which are of 3years duration such as B.Sc in Multimedia and web design. A degree has more value than short term course. Some of the well known institutes providing web designing courses in India are Arena Animation Academies, Aptech Institutes, MAAC(Maya Academy of Advanced Cinematics), FrameBoxx animation and visual effects etc.

A career in web designing provides tremendous scope and career opportunities. With the inevitable need of websites for any institute or company, the hunt for efficient web designers, who can create professional websites, is ever compelling. These professionals are required in every field of industry from large firms to educational institutes, to small business holders to personal uses.

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Engineering as a career: options, eligibility and opportunities!

Engineering as a career option - Chakreview.com

There is no doubt about the fact that an engineering student has a bright future , after the successful completion of the course. This stream of study is really popular among the parents and as well as in the students as it offer some really fascinating and top career options, the achievement which is the dream of all., it is important to know a few more things, they are- engineering as a career option, streams, eligibility criteria for the course, the exams which are required to be cleared before securing admission, colleges and opportunities. So let’s go one by one. Admission is taken strictly on the basis of rank, which means toppers are given priority in the top colleges first. The main gateways needed to be cleared are the Joint Engineering Examination (JEE) and the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE). Aspirants can take this

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Income is only Rs.600 per month, still not considered as poor: On what basis Govt. has set up poverty standards?

The Planning commission which helps in making economic policies for country has recently told Supreme Court of India that the poverty limit is Rs.578 per person. If someone earns only Rs 600 per month even then he would not be considered as poor. This means if there are 5 members in a family and its income is Rs.3000 per month then they will not get any benefits of poverty schemes.

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