education – Write Up https://www.writeup.co.in a place to write big ideas and stories Wed, 11 Sep 2019 07:36:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.3 https://www.writeup.co.in/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/cropped-wrk-favicon-512x512-1-180x180-150x150.png education – Write Up https://www.writeup.co.in 32 32 5 Tips To Illustrate A Children Book Illustration Like A Pro https://www.writeup.co.in/5-tips-to-illustrate-a-children-book-illustration-like-a-pro/ Wed, 11 Sep 2019 07:36:30 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=8302

Grasping new concepts is an essential part of the child’s development. They learn from four different sources; one is their parents, school, media and books. Since young readers are unable to read themselves, they are often read to by adults. Therefore the only thing which keeps them attracted towards a story is the images it comes with. Here are 5 tips to go on about children book illustration;

  • Ample Supply of Imagination:

It is essential for an illustrator to have extensive grasp over his/her imagination. Without it, newer concepts and characters will not come to birth. Your work is required to be unique in a way that the child viewing grows curious and engrossed into the story behind that image. 

That also means that illustrations cannot be simple. They need to have the capacity within them to hold the child’s emotions, attention and understanding. Illustrators often underestimate the link between the story and an illustration, short story does not make the illustration easier. 

  • Embracing the child within you:

How can you create something which is for younger audience if you don’t have that element within yourself, how will they be able to relate to it others?

In manner to make your content more relatable it is crucial to look at the story from a child’s point of view and ask these questions from yourself, ‘how would they want the character to be?, what colors would they add?’. Keep in mind that children only lack experience and not intelligence, therefore its best to test their imaginative skills as well, with your work. 

  • Build a connection between the story and the illustration:

Imagine if you were given an image with a text under it. The text would be on how the given character is feeling happy but then you look at the image, the character seems to be drawn sad looking instead; now answer this, what would be your first judgment on the character. Is she happy or is she sad?

Similarly, it is very important to form a link between the story and illustration. They both should be able to complement each other well enough, that a child recognizes the story just by looking at the illustration. 

  • Form emotional linkages:

Emotions are conveyed through many ways when it comes to illustrative work; colors, art style, strokes, gradients and characters. The human mind is able to comprehend scenarios on an intellectual level by the very start, it is the element of empathy which enables them to perceive that way. 

Children too can grasp the vibe of your work without having to hear anything about the story. It is important to make sure that your illustration speaks of the same words the story does. 

  • Knowing the importance of time:

How organized you are will define your work, without having to exhibit your portfolio. Your timing will prove your credibility.

By focusing on these tips, you can excel at your work as an illustrator. They are the base upon which illustration floats on. 

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How Storytelling Creates Memorable Learning Experiences? https://www.writeup.co.in/benefits-of-storytelling/ Sat, 31 Aug 2019 17:34:47 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=8139 Power of Storytelling

Storytelling is one of the most powerful way that leaders use to teach, influence, and inspire their followers.  It is a great way to forge connections between people and ideas. Storytelling can be used to convey experiences, history, culture, values, and ideas that unite people. There are many cultures, experiences, and values that we hold in common and that hold us together. Storytelling strengthens our bond with each other. 

The same hold true for the business world in which organizations stories solidify their relationship with each other. It also helps organizations relate to and learn from one another. 

There are various benefits of storytelling including:

  • Encouraging cooperation between people
  • Increasing willingness to communicate feelings, thoughts, and ideas
  • Encouraging creativity
  • Enhancing verbal as well as listening skills

Effective storytelling has a major impact on the listeners and creates a memorable learning experience. 

  • It connects learners

Effective storytelling does much more than creating a sense of connection among people. It builds trust and familiarity among people and allows the listeners to relate to the stories and learn from them. Good storytelling can have multiple meanings and can convey complex ideas and thoughts in a very simple and easy to understand way. Also, effective storytelling is more engaging than dry discussions of ideas. You can take the example of a typical company meeting. 

In one company, the leader presents the financial achievements of the last six months in bullet points and graphs displayed on the projector and briefly explains it to the rest of the employees. On the other hand, in the other company the leader tells a good story about how they achieved their targets. The employees of the first company leave the meeting knowing what their company has achieved in numbers, whereas the employees of the other company leave the meeting learning about various ways and strategies that can help them succeed. They come out with new knowledge, new ideas, new thoughts to draw on. They have been influenced. They have been inspired. 

  • Everyone learns something 

Another good thing about effective storytelling is that everyone can relate to it on different levels and learns something from it. In other words, storytelling works for all types of learners. It makes better connections among people and businesses.  

There are basically three types of learners in any gathering. The first type is visual learners. These learners learn from illustrations, videos or pictures etc. The second type of learners are auditory learners who learn through discussions and lectures. The third type of learners are kin aesthetic learners who learn by feeling, experiencing, or doing. Storytelling works for all three types of learners. The visual learners learn from mental pictures that the story forms in their mind, the auditory learners learn from the words and voice of the storyteller. Kin aesthetic learners learn by feeling and emotionally connecting to the story. 

  • Stories are easy to remember 

Storytelling helps in effective learning because people can easily remember and recall stories. Learning derived through a rich, well-told story is remembered for far longer than the learning from facts and figures. People also remember lessons learned in life more accurately if they’re part of a story. The goal of any storyteller is to influence and inspire his or her audience and alter their knowledge, belief, and attitudes. Information and dry discussions can rarely leave an impact on people. So to influence people, a well-designed and well-told story is the most effective way to exert influence. 

Stories can be about mistakes and failures in businesses told by leaders and what they learned from it. They can be about struggles and achievements. They can be about anything and everything that people can gain any learning and inspiration from. It is because people identify various aspects of a story and relate to it.  They imagine how they would’ve responded to in similar situations. 

Another benefit for the listeners is that when the leader is telling his personal story, he is offering an insight into his own knowledge and experiences. He is presenting himself as more approachable. He is allowing others to learn and get inspiration from his struggles, failures, and achievements. In short, he is giving them an opportunity of risk-free learning. 

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7 Simple Steps To A Degree Abroad https://www.writeup.co.in/degree-abroad/ Fri, 30 Aug 2019 12:58:31 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=8132

A lot of students are opting to pursue a degree abroad because of the global nature of the course structures and holistic methods of education. In India, a majority of students choose to complete their post-graduation degree abroad and finish their undergraduate degree from India. Studying abroad exposes you to new cultures, ways of life and very different methods of evaluation of your academics. When you initially begin to probe into the possibilities of pursuing a degree outside, the whole process may come off as extremely daunting. To make the seemingly cumbersome process simpler, one needs to create a timeline of how to go about the task of applying and preparing to adjust to life outside of India. 

Based on whether you are applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate course, the eligibility criteria and procedure will differ from country to country and university to university as well. While the requirements may be different for different countries, study abroad consultants can help you with all the nitty-gritty of pursuing a degree abroad.

Entry requirements

The entry requirements differ from country to country. For an undergraduate degree from the UK, one has to apply through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Studying in the USA has its own set of procedures as well. If you have studied from an International Baccalaureate board in high school, you need to send your A level transcripts. For other Indian boards, you need to ask your school to provide you with your school transcripts. This process takes some time and it is best to contact your school beforehand. 

For most colleges abroad, your level of understanding and proficiency in English will affect your acceptance into the degree program of your choice. You will need to take a test to ensure your English proficiency. You can do this by taking one of the commonly accepted tests of English ability:

TOEFL – Test of English as a Foreign Language

IELTS – International English Language Testing System

UCLES – University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate

A few steps with which you can begin the process of applying abroad are given below. 

1. Find out about the course

Before you begin to start applying, you should research which colleges offer what courses. After you shortlist your courses and colleges, you should look up which course structures stand out to you the most. In this manner, you should create a list of your priority courses and colleges. 

2. Connect with seniors 

You should reach out to seniors or alumni who have either studied abroad or are currently pursuing a degree there. There’s no need to feel hesitant because all seniors are always happy to help out students who have genuine queries. Students who have gone through the process of application in recent years will be your best resource to get an insight into how to go about the whole process. They can also help you decide which city, course and college are the most convenient and beneficial for you. 

3. Talk about Financing

Considering that your parents or guardians will be funding your education, especially if it’s an undergraduate degree, you should sit down and speak to them openly regarding financing. In doing so, you can better understand your options and where all you can apply. If financial aid applications are required, you can look into the documentation requirements and timeline of the procedure. Financial aid usually takes some time to get processed, so it is best if you start early. Talking about funding your education is one of the most important things when it comes to applying abroad. 

4. Procurement of documents

Applying abroad will require you to produce a number of documents. You should look up the catalogue or brochure of admission of the choice of your University. The brochure will give you a detailed list of required documents. During this, you should also look into the visa procedure for the country you are applying to. Procuring all your documents beforehand will help you later and you will not stress out at the last minute. 

5. Do not miss deadlines

While applying for colleges, you should be very vigilant about deadlines. There are never any extensions for deadlines and a missed deadline will mean a missed opportunity. Keep a check on the deadlines and apply well before. It is usually suggested to apply in the first two rounds when the intake of students is higher and more seats are available. 

6. Contact the Office of International Programs 

If you are a high school student looking for opportunities abroad, you should contact your school educational counsellor as soon as possible. If there is an Office of International Programs, you can contact them for suggestions on how to write your application essays and how to proceed further. The school educational counsellor will help you get your transcripts in order and send them in within the stipulated deadline. 

7. Get your Letter of Recommendations written well before the deadline

Letters of Recommendation are an absolute necessity for your application to stand out. Whether applying for undergraduate or postgraduate courses, you should contact your teachers and professors well within time. You should give them a good time window to write your letters. 

It may seem like a tedious and cumbersome process, but doing the application stepwise and beginning well ahead of time will ease things for you and your family. Researching ahead and being prepared to finish your applications well ahead of time should be the key to applying anywhere abroad. 

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How to choose the right online degree program? https://www.writeup.co.in/how-to-choose-the-right-online-degree-program/ Mon, 26 Aug 2019 06:24:13 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=8011 If we look back a decade, there were only a handful of colleges/universities which were offering online degree programs. And, when they were, they couldn’t hold a candle to the traditional schools. But today, the scenario has drastically changed. From the beginners to the professionals, everyone has that opportunity to pursue online degree programs and for that matter, plenty of such courses are available as well.

Not only the availability of online degree courses has increased but the quality has also improved. This makes it quite lucrative and convenient for the students and the working professionals to enrol themselves in such online degree courses.

However, choosing the right online degree program can be a bit intimidating. With plethora of options available, it becomes difficult for the candidate to make a perfect choice. To cut the long story short, we would like to introduce you with certain tips that will help you make a wise career decision.

  1.       Identify your career goals and know your interest

Before taking up any academic course in your life, you need to define your career goals and interests. For example, if you love to computers, coding and programming then BCA is the right field for you. Identify how you want to see yourself 10 years down the line, match your skills with your aims and choose an appropriate career.

  1.       Check out various online offerings and their reputation

Once you determine your interest and set a career path, it is now time to see different online offerings available in your platter. There are certain well-known universities providing students with online learning facilities. Compare the reputation and learn how feasible it is for you to enrol in an online degree course with them.

  1.       Compare the program length

The next thing you must look for in an online degree course is the length of the program. For one course, different online colleges will provide you with different course lengths. Depending upon your availability and how far your work will allow you to continue the course, you can choose a course accordingly.  A graduate program ideally, takes three to four years to complete while a PG Diploma might take not more than a year.

  1.       Research for a good online school

Once you have checked the reputation of different online colleges and you have decided upon the time you wish to spend in your degree course, it is now time to finally put your fingers on one degree course online that is going to take you on a rewarding career journey.

  1.       Scrutinize the online school before your commit

Last but not the least, you need to scrutinize the college and degree chosen on everything. For example, you must see the course structure and find out if the course is going to provide you with the kind of learning you are looking for. Further, find out whether the online university you have selected is accredited by any national or international education board and finally, see the students’ reviews on the website.

Final Steps

The decision of joining an online school is going to define your career path. For the working professionals, these online degree courses have come up as an added advantage. They can work and study at the same time. Following the above-mentioned points will definitely help you take a wise decision about your degree course.

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How To Stay Motivated During IAS Preparation? https://www.writeup.co.in/how-to-stay-motivated-during-ias-preparation/ Sat, 24 Aug 2019 14:45:56 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=7973

Neither motivational speakers nor self-help books, there’s only one person who can help you to stay motivated during your IAS preparation which is YOU. Maybe your family, friend or relatives don’t believe but if you know you can do it. Just don’t let anybody say that you can’t. Act deaf to their negative words and focus on your preparation. Your result will speak for you.

There’s a lot of failure stories in the market. There’s a lot of negative vibes. Remember you are fighting for just one seat. UPSC is indeed the toughest exam you will ever take in your life but nothing is impossible for a stubborn ambitious person. You fail, you try. You learn from your mistakes and eventually, you get what you desire for.

Your problems, struggles, or financial conditions won’t matter when the prefix of IAS will be added to your name. You will forget all your pain and sufferings after you achieve your dreams. 

Here are some tips that can help you to stay motivated during IAS preparation:

Motivate  yourself every Everytime—YOU CAN

Who is stopping you? This is your life, be bold and firm on your decisions. If you have decided to take the UPSC exam then don’t look back. Tell yourself every day that You Can do this. Repeat it twice or thrice a day.

Paste a few quotes from your ideal personalities—a cricketer, a politician, an IAS officer. Read the autobiography or biography of your ideal person. Then, take note of how they overcame their problems and succeeded in their lives.

You have that energy and power to convince your brain for anything. So, tell it, you are going to fulfill your dreams soon. 

Surround yourself with positive people

Your relatives and friends can be annoying at times. They might discourage you with their repetitive rant of “Son, now it’s time you should start looking for other options?” or You can’t crack UPSC exam because you never were that intelligent. Put their opinions straight to the bin.

One the first hand, it takes courage to prepare for the UPSC examination despite knowing it’s the toughest of all competition exams. So, don’t let people’s word distract you from the goal.

Surround yourself with people who genuinely wish for your success and not with pseudo friends who are jealous and bring negativity in your life.

Must Read:- How to Be Self Motivated ??

Take your preparation seriously

One of the most important factors in keeping you motivated is your rigorous preparation. Your commitment and dedication towards your goal will make way for the desirable result. So, don’t compromise with your study schedule for anything or anyone. 

Take your preparation seriously throughout the Public Services recruitment process—Prelims, Main, and Personality Test. You can’t be lenient with your preparation in any of the three stages of the UPSC examination. 

There are some of the best IAS coaching in Delhi which can help you with the IAS preparation. They even have a facility for online IAS coaching for aspirants who want to study at home.

Stop comparing yourself with other’s success

IAS aspirants often get distracted by the success of their fellow batchmates or friends. Their success doesn’t mean that you aren’t hard-working or you didn’t put your best effort, this simply means you missed a few things which they didn’t.

There is nothing to feel jealous about because you better know where you lacked and what mistakes you made in the exam. If you don’t know where you are lacking take the help of the best IAS Coaching in Delhi. The experts of the institute will help you out.

Mock Interviews 

After finishing your preparation for the UPSC exam, try solving the previous year’s question papers and take mock IAS-interview. This will boost your confidence.

Ask your friend or your teacher to help you with the mock interviews. Don’t forget to ask their valuable feedbacks and try to improve things they have recommended.

To conclude, I would say let not fear to ruin your hard work and efforts. So, be confident and self-motivated at every three stages of the UPSC examination. All the best. 

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Figures of Speech – Irony https://www.writeup.co.in/figures-of-speech-irony/ Sat, 24 Aug 2019 07:50:14 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=7971 Figure of Speech – Irony: Irony is a figure of speech where there is a contradiction of what is said and what is intended. So when it is said, “The biggest dog in France was called Tiny,” the irony is ‘big’ and ‘tiny’ mean the opposite. To put it simply it is the difference between the reality and appearance. There are three types of irony.  Irony is used in words as above and there is situational irony. When a man laughs at the misfortune of another not realising the same misfortune is awaiting him, it is known as situational irony. The third is dramatic irony which is when the character does not know what will happen to him but the readers or audience will know it. Most literary works and movies use dramatic irony.

Practise Exercises

Read the passages and identify the irony andwhich of the three ironies are used

  1. An old man ate at a restaurant and complained about all the dishes he ate. When he left he gave a quarter to the waitress. The waitress said, “Thank you for the generous tip.”_______
  2. Mary did not like Harris even though Harris was always there for Mary. One day Mary found herself in a situation where she had to move. She calls up Harris and says, “You are the funniest person I have ever seen. We need to spend more time together.” _______________
  3. Clara had just curled her hair and as she stepped out of the parlour it started to rain. She quickly covered her head with a raincoat and walked to her house which was nearby. The raincoat covered her face partially but she managed to reach home. Into the garden she walked, tripped over a spade and fell into the swimming pool. _______________
  4. My father saved all the money he got dong extra work to take us, his children, to the circus. He paid it all for the tickets and had only five cents. That’s when he realised that that we would be hungry. When the lemonade boy came by, he asked him, “How much is the lemonade?” The vendor replied “Five dollars a cup.” My father with an air of nonchalance said, “Just five dollars, that’s real cheap.” __________________
  5. Paul was the town’s building inspector. He was very particular that plans are submitted before construction and that all constructions are as per the plan; there should be no deviations. One evening he called his friends for a party to his house. Half way into the party the porch collapsed. Termites had eaten into the pillars of the porch which he had not noticed. ______________
  6. It was Christmas time. Mr. Jones was sad because his business was not doing well and he had to send out his old-time employee John. John is waiting for the money to buy gifts for his grandchildren but since Mr. Jones does not pay him, he uses his credit card. He knew he will soon get the salary and is looking forward to his best Christmas ever. ______________
  7. I was the proud father of a bonny baby and swore that I would do anything for him. But as he grew up it became a little difficult to keep up with him. I had to put covers over switches and outlets. One day as I was adjusting the cover of the door knob, here was my son with a cap of an outlet in his mouth. He had pulled it out and put it in his mouth. ______________
  8. Bobby always picked up more apples than his friends as he was quick on his feet. Now they did not like it and wanted to beat him to it. When it was time to pick apples, one of the friends distracted Bobbly while another cut a hole in the sack Bobby had got to collect the apples. Like every time Bobby raced ahead to pick his apples and putting them in his sack. He was happy that his friends could not catch up with him. When he felt he was through with it he turned around and said, “Better luck next time buddies”, unaware that more than half his sack was empty. _________________
  9. My new neighbour boasted that he was a good skater. That got all us interested as we were all had just begun our skating classes and we were progressing slowly. When we asked him to show us his skills, he said that his skating was broken and he needed to buy one. All of us offered our boards. Without any hesitation he got on the board and in a wink of an eye he was flat on the ground groaning with pain. ________________
  10. John got his girlfriend a new jacket which she did not like at all. Not to hurt John she accepted it and at the first chance exchanged it for another one without the knowledge of John. Soon John invited her for a date with only one request. “Please wear the jacket I got you.” ___________________
  11. Clara wanted to reduce her weight. So went on a low calorie diet. She threw out all the high calorie food stored in the fridge. For a week she binged on low calorie diet. She was actually eating more calories now but little did she know that. At the end of the week she was excited to see the scales. And what did she see? ________________
  12. Rita was feeling low and was walking around in a park. A film shoot was going on there, of which she was totally unaware. She moves around thinking how to bounce back to life. Suddenly she saw at a distance a man was holding an old lady and threatening to rob her. Rita, the karate black belt holder, ran and kicked the man who flew and fell a few yards away much to the chagrin of the director, actors and the crew.
  13. Here was the chance for Mohammed to prove that he could do well in the Math exam. Right from the time he got on to the bus back home, he was studying. He skipped watching TV, no small talk with his family and he sat up the whole night preparing. Next morning he was confident he would do the test well. But in school, what the teacher saw Mohammed sleeping on his question paper. ______________
  14. The friend I had brought home knew very little of etiquettes followed at the dining table. My family was one that insisted that all the table etiquettes must be strictly adhered to. My father was aghast at my friend but chose to keep mum. When he burped uncouthly after the food, my father said, “That was music to my ears, it was a pleasure to have you here.” _____
  15. Peter got an F in all his papers. His mother looked at his papers and said, “Great job, keep it up.”
  16. I always had my phone in my hand and spent most of the time talking to my friends. My father said one day, “Kate you are old enough to make tea. Make some for me.” Eager to impress my father I ran into the kitchen to make tea. But as ever, my phone rang and I was busy chatting and making tea. I was proud of my multi-tasking ability. Finally I put the white powder to sweeten the tea which was actually salt. I proudly handed over my first cup of tea to my father. ______________

Read the extracts from literary works and identify the irony and which of the three ironies are used

  1. “Water, water, everywhere,

And all the boards did shrink;

Water, water, everywhere,

Nor any drop to drink.”   ___________________  THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER

  1. “O, thou art wise! ‘Tis certain”, “Honest Iago .  OTHELLO
  2. “Go ask his name: if he be married.

My grave is like to be my wedding bed.” ROMEO JULIET

  1. “Come I to speak in Caesar’s funeral.

He was my friend, faithful and just to me”  JULIUS CAESAR.

 

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How is the Potential with B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering https://www.writeup.co.in/how-is-the-potential-with-b-tech-in-electrical-and-electronics-engineering/ Mon, 12 Aug 2019 10:48:50 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=7634 Almost every 10+2 student from science stream has a clear vision to become an engineer; this fact is also reinforced by dropping admissions in medical courses. Engineering as a career option gets an edge over medical studies- there is no denying this reality. In other words, it can be said that engineering courses are the major drivers of students to various colleges and universities.

The problem students aspiring for engineering course face is that they are puzzled about choosing the right specialization- either they rely on counselling or follow what their parents say despite exploring the scope in a particular stream. With an aim to educate the students about potential with B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, this post will include all the scopes concisely. Let’s go ahead.

Growth in Electrical Industry

The anticipated figure for installed power capacity in our country is to reach 350 GW by 2022, which was recorded 243 GW in 2014. It’s the great sign of economic and industrial progress. The total electrical machinery market in India was US$ 24 billion in 2014, which is expected to touch the mammoth figure of US$ 100 in 2022.

The electrical machinery market has ample scope in manufacturing, installation, and distribution of machines. Now with the availability of highly qualified engineers and other resources, the export of electrical machinery from India has surged remarkably. The initiative by Government of India for permitting the 100% FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) has also helped the industry accelerate its growth.

Growth in Electronics Industry

Besides of electrical, the electronic industry has also seen remarkable growth in the current years. The fact is undeniable that India is one of the largest consumers of electronic goods and it is anticipated to reach US$400 billion by 2020, which was recorded $69.6 billion in 2012. 5 years back, India was largely relying upon importing the electronic products up to 65%.

But now the scenario has completely changed. Our nation has progressed well in terms of manufacturing the assembling the electronic consumer goods and thereby, the imports kept on reducing. Mobile phones, flat panel monitors, LED televisions, notebooks, and desktops are the most popular electronic consumer goods as per the current market trends.       

What does the mathematics of growth say?

Both, electrical and electronics are growing at a rapid pace. Such a growth will definitely create the job opportunities for the professionals with degree in B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The sea of opportunities has increased the craze among students to pursue their engineering in this specialization.    

 Monetary Growth

After completing B.Tech in EEE, students have chance to grow in leaps and bounds monetarily. MEC Placements in Hyderabad testify the same thing as one of their students bagged a whopping package of INR 30 LPA.

With such a scope for growth and chance to nurture career in a booming industry, B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering has become one of the most promising and in-demand specializations of engineering.

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ICAI CA Final Result May 2019: Everything You Need to Know https://www.writeup.co.in/icai-ca-final-result-may-2019-everything-you-need-to-know/ Wed, 31 Jul 2019 08:52:50 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=7441 CA final exams were held on 27th May 2019 to 11th June 2019. The exams were postponed this year because of the legislative election held in the month of May. The CA final result will be declared within the regular time period i.e last week of July. The CA Final exam result is expected to be announced on 28th July 2019. Though the official date is not declared.

This article is committed to understanding everything you need to know about the CA Final May 2019 results in a brief manner. 

Read further to know how to check CA Final Result, expected pass percentage, how to check toppers list and merit list.

Important Dates for CA Final Result May 2019

CA Final May 2019 Exam date 27th May 2019 to 11th June 2019
CA Final May 2019 Result date July
Official CA Final Result Date Last week of July 2019

Steps to Check CA Final May 2019 Result

The student can check their result from official websites of ICAI. The students can also get their result through email and SMS if they have their email id and phone number registered with ICAI website.

Official ICAI Website:

  • ICAIexam.icai.org
  • ICAI.nic.in
  • careresult.icai.org

ICAI releases the result on these websites and after a few days, they also release merit and toppers list on the same portals. We expect that the result will be declared on 28th July 2019. The ICAI  has not officially declared the date though the above date is just assumption.

Steps to Check the CA Final Year Result on the Website

  1. Choose any website from the above list
  2. Click on the CA final result tab
  3. Submit your CA Final roll and  Registration or PIN 
  4. Submit the given captcha code
  5. Click on  the check result icon
  6. You can now view your result

Check Your CA Final Exam Result Via SMS/Email

To check your result of CA Final May 2019 exam,  through SMS or Email you have to register your email id and phone number with the ICAI website. 

Result Via Email

Steps to follow 

Step 1. Visit at the official  website – icaiexam.icai.org

Step 2. Update your email id and phone number in your profile 

Step 3. Verify your email id and phone number by clicking on the link sent to you in your message.

Result Via SMS

To get the CA Final result through SMS

Send a message composed as 

CAFNL(space)XXXXXX(where XXXXXX is the 6 digits final examination roll number of the candidate) and send to 58888. 

CA Final Pass Percentage (New Course)

Students can also check their pass percentage of a single group or both groups from the following table given below. (Will be updated soon)

The expected pass percentage fro CA final May 2019 is also stated below

Group Candidates Appeared Passed Candidates Pass Percentages
Group-I Expected 

(around 12)

Group-II Expected 

(around 9)

Passed Group I
Passed Group II
Passed Both Groups Expected 

(more than 10)

CA Final Nov 2018 (New Course) Pass Percentages

The students can check the previous year’s pass percentage from here.

Group Candidates Appeared Passed Candidates Pass Percentages
Group-I 2289 260 11.36%
Group-II 1208 96 7.95%
Both Groups
Passed Group I 936 160 17.09%
Passed Group II 14 1.50%
Passed Both Groups 92 9.83%

CA Final Statement of Marks

The students receive the Statement of Marks through the post soon after the result is declared for the Final May 2019 exam. In case if a student doesn’t receive his or her within 4-5 weeks from the date the result is declared, they can send an email to dms_examhelpline@icai.in.

The CA final level result or statement of marks even has the AICITSS assessment marks.

If a student clear will find The statement of marks mention that the student cleared the exam with distinction, only if the student manages to clear CA Final with 70% total for all papers.

CA Final Merit List

You can check the merit list on the same page in where the CA Final result is declared. The students can find out their name in the merit list if they score the top marks in the exams. l. 

Table showing merit list/ toppers of Nov 2019 exam

Particulars AIR – 1 AIR – 2 AIR – 3
Name Atul Agarwal Aagam Sandipbhai Dalal Anurag Bagaria
City Jaipur Ahmedabad Surat
Marks 618/800 615/800 597/800
Roll No. 155707 103379 203125

We wish you all the best for the future.

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7 Success Tips from Experienced IITians https://www.writeup.co.in/7-success-tips-from-experienced-iitians/ Sat, 27 Jul 2019 10:09:49 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=7413
7 Success Tips from Experienced IITians.

“Success Is No Accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice, and most of all, love of what you are doing.” ~ Pele

Any person who has made it big in his/her life has been determined to pursue his/her most arduous passion. They never did astray from their dreams, in fact, their dreams are the most subsequent guiding force in their lives. Passion, determination, consistency, hard work are some qualities, which all the successful people in the world abide by. They dream it, and they give everything that is required to achieve it.

In this article, I shall put forward the encouraging views of some of the best IITians of the country. The aim would be to guide and encourage the young minds to follow their desires with all force and perseverance.

Following are the best success tips from experienced IITians:

Sundar Pichai – Who doesn’t know the CEO of Google. IIT Kharagpur graduate, Sundar Pichai values leadership quality over anything else. He doesn’t believe in individual success, but in the success of larger number of people. When asked about his definition of success, he explained – “As a leader, a lot of your job is to make those people successful. It’s less about trying to be successful (yourself), and more about making sure you have good people and your work is to remove that barrier, remove roadblocks for them so that they can be successful in what they do. So that’s how I’ve always thought about it.” No doubt that he is considered one of the sincerest people in the IT industry, who believes in development rather than individual victory.

N.R. Narayan Murthy – The co-founder and ex-chairman of Infosys, Narayan Murthy is well-known throughout the world. An M.Tech from IIT Kanpur, he believes in the magic of self-knowledge. The “Father of Indian IT” (as described by Time Magazine), Narayan Murthy believes in cornerstone of the Indian spiritual tradition: self-knowledge.He is a firm believer that self-knowledge is the highest form of knowledge. “I believe greater awareness and knowledge of oneself is what ultimately helps develop a more grounded belief in oneself, courage, determination, and, above all, humility, all qualities which enable one to wear one’s success with dignity and grace.”

Raghuram Rajan – IIT Delhi graduate, Raghuram Rajan, is an international professor, an Indian economist, and the ex-governor of the Reserve Bank of India. Rajan believes that a successful person may not always be happy, but a happy person always finds success in life. When you choose what to do, don’t focus on the end point. Instead, focus on whether you like the work itself. Not only will you be more likely to reach your goal, even if you don’t arrive at the end point, you will have had a joyful life,” is what Rajan believes in.

Deepinder Goyal – IIT Delhi graduate, Deepinder founded Zomato in 2008. It now works in 24 countries across globe. For him, success is all about taking risks. It’s a good thing to find out what you don’t want to do. “Follow your intuition, focus on one thing at a time and give it your absolute best shot. Take risks. Don’t be afraid of what could happen.  If you are afraid to take risks, very little worth remembering will ever happen.”

Manmohan Gupta – IIT Delhi graduate, Manmohan Gupta is the co-founder of Vidyamandir Classes, Coding Blocks, and Nagarro. After being in the education industry for many years now, Manmohan Gupta believes solely in the essence of hard work. “Without hard work, nothing grows but weeds,” is his mantra.

Padmasree Warrior – IIT Delhi pass-out, Warrior is Chief Technology and Strategy officer at Cisco. In 2014, Forbes recognized her as the 71st most powerful woman in the world. Being one of the most senior IIT Alumni, Warrior worships the true power of education, particularly for women. For her, “the ability to learn is the most important quality a leader can have.” And for her, “Tech is all about building human connections.”

Arvind Kejriwal – The Chief Minister of the capital of our nation is an IIT Kharagpur graduate. He believes in the power to change which is brought by education. He always guides people to use their education and the power it brings, to bring about change for the better. He feels that one can change a nation if one changes its education system.

Thus, all these successful IIT alumnae are an exemplar of the fruitfulness of hard work. They all had big dreams in life, and they were willing to pay the price to turn their dream, and that of a million others into a living reality. With hard work, courage, consistency, diligence, all of them have made a name for themselves in the history of technology, education, politics and so forth.

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10 Powerful Tips on Writing Statement of Purpose in 2019 https://www.writeup.co.in/writing-statement-of-purpose/ Sat, 20 Jul 2019 06:20:53 +0000 https://www.writeup.co.in/?p=7345 Creating statements of purpose remains an ancient practice that any student who has undergone through the higher education learning institutions iterates. Within any university admission program, you must speak of your interests for a particular course to the admissions board through the statement of purpose. The procedure for writing statement of purpose remains diluted through the misconception that the account needs to follow the previously used formats. However, due to the inevitable dynamics in the writing industry, the modern prospective student in any higher learning institution has to come up with new ways of developing a statement of purpose.

Tips on writing a statement of purpose

The following report highlights some of the tips to incorporate while you try to create a statement of purpose in the year 2019.

  1. Create quality content

This piece requires top priority in the process of its creation. The admissions offices of higher learning institutions receive many applications; hence, you need to produce your best work to ensure success.

  1. Use a conversational tone

The people who go through the statements of persons occur just like any other average person with the ability to read. Hence, as you create your account of the purpose, ensure you try to engage the reader with your words.

  1. Stick to the topic

Statements of purpose work towards convincing an admissions officer to read your account of the intent for admission into an institution. Stick to the fundamentals that define you as the best candidate to an institution and not irrelevant stories.

  1. Develop a story, not statements

Any average person would prefer to read a novel to a newspaper, and the same principle applies to the account of purpose. Create a captivating statement, not statements that do not appeal to any reader.

  1. Be direct

The statement of purpose remains captivating and at the same time direct to the primary purpose of the declaration of account. Do not include stories that would occur irrelevant to the statement of purpose.

  1. Tailor your content

The perfect statement created by you should reflect attributes that relate to you only. Create content that would substantiate your credentials for the admission process, such as the scad letter of recommendation.

  1. Portray yourself to the admissions committee

Each statement of purpose remains unique from how the writer of the account decides to present their personalities. Stick to the ideology of choosing a way of showing your character to the admissions officer through your statement.

  1. Be natural

Don’t try to copy another person’s statement of purpose or contexts as it would occur evidently to the readers in the admissions offices. The admissions officers reading your report have years of experience and would easily spot fake statements.

  1. Research

Find out about the profile of the institution you intend to send your statement of purpose such as the Stanford statement of purpose for Stanford University.

  1. Go through your work

After the completion of your essay, go through your work. Check for both grammatical errors and the flow of ideas in your work.

What serves as the best statement of purpose?

The mentioned points above would assist in the creation of the perfect statement of purpose and remain summarized into research and outsourcing. Use your effort in creating the account and use other resources such as professionals in the creation process.

Summary of creating the statement of purpose

No one creates the perfect statement of intent at once and as such always desire to practice regularly. hollie.carroll1973@gmail.com

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