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Why are Internships in college so important?

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

As college students work their way through school, they inch closer to the coveted graduation date and full time job. Along the way there can be constant pressure about getting an internship or not, and the question of whether it is really worth it? These are very good questions that each student thinks about, especially as they transition to upper-class men status.

Here is the list of reason's stating Why Are Internships In College So Important?

1. Experience:

Students that have internships acquire more well rounded experiences and also get to see first-hand how companies work. This provides a valuable understanding of the business and industry in which you want to work in once you graduate.

2. Company Expectations:

Most companies expect college graduates to have some level of experience, even with entry-level positions. An internship provides the all-important “experience” all students’ need. The more internship experience you have, the more credible your background will look on your resume.

3. Resume Builder:

Make sure to find internships that are relevant to your major and add them to your resume. This provides a great foundation in your desired industry and will propel you above other college graduates with no internship experience.

4. Glimpse Into A Full-Time Job:

As a college student, you may know what type of work you want to do when you graduate, but you may not know what the day-to-day looks like. An internship provides a glimpse into what the work is like and if you will like it or not. internship may help you change directions if needed.

5. Gain Confidence:

You may not have the experience yet, or even the confidence to do the job you think you want, however, most internships train college students on-the-job and provide a fantastic learning experience for them to build their confidence. This confidence shows, especially if you are in the middle of a phone or in-person interview.

6. Build Your Network:

Building your professional network is just as important as building your experience. Internships allow students to connect with professionals that are involved in similar work. These connections can be very important for you when looking for a job.

7. Reference Letter:

As you build your network with the people you are working alongside in your internship, you may be able to ask them to be a professional reference. This is critical because companies ask for references in the hiring process.

8. Get Hired:

An internship is ultimately designed to get the student a job offer. This can be a multi-year process from the time you enter college all the way through your senior year. If you perform well in your internships as a student, the company may end up offering you a full time job when you graduate.


6 ways to stand out of depression zone

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

Being lonely is a normal part of our everyday lives. We get sad when we fail in our exams, when we're rejected by the person we love, or when someone very close to us passes away. Depression, however, could be more fatal than just plain loneliness. It could render life-long consequences that could ruin your self-esteem, health, and well-being.

Here are some superb tips to conquer the melancholy mood and get more happiness out of your daily activities...

1. Get Involved. Get Inspired.

You'll be more likely to overcome any feeling of depression if you are too busy to notice it. Live a life full of inspired activities. Do the things you love. It could be something simple as taking a leisurely stroll in the park, playing sports, reading books, or engaging in any activity that you have passion for and would love to pursue.

2. Set a goal for yourself

A meaningful purpose in life. No matter how difficult or discouraging life can be, remain firm and have an unshakable belief that you are capable of doing anything you desire. With this kind of positive attitude, you will attain a cheerful disposition to beat the blues.

3. Get Enough Light and Sunshine.

Lack of exposure to sunlight is responsible for the secretion of the hormone melatonin, which could trigger a dispirited mood and a lethargic condition. Melatonin is only produced in the dark. It lowers the body temperature and makes you feel sluggish. If you are always cooped up in your room (with the curtains closed), it would be difficult to restrain yourself from staying in bed and hence creating space for depression.

4. Take a Break.

Listen to soothing music. Soak in a nice warm bath. Take a break from your stressful workload and spend the day just goofing around. Go out free up your mind from the cacophony and chaos. In other words, just have fun.

5. Eat Right and Stay Fit.

Avoid foods with lots of sugar, caffeine, or alcohol. Exercising regularly is a vital depression buster because it allows your body to produce more endorphin than usual. Endorphin are sometimes called "the happy chemicals" because of their stress-reducing and happiness-inducing properties plus being in shape and having healthy lifestyle boosts up your confidence.

6. Get a Social Life.

No man is an island. Your circle of friends are there to give you moral support. Nothing feels better than having group support. Never underestimate the power of touch. Doesn't it feel so good when someone pats you on the back and gives you words of encouragement during your most challenging times? Hug or embrace someone today. You'll never know when you have saved another life. Get intimate. Establish close ties with your family and friends. The love and care expressed by others could tremendously boost your immune system and fend off illnesses. Best of all, you'll live a more secured and happy life.


10 upcoming PC Games in 2017

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

We have had some fantastic game releases so far and 2017 promises to bring us some more epic titles! We've compiled a list of our Top 10 Best Upcoming PC games right here. Whatever you like, from Strategy titles all the way to the biggest AAA games, these new PC games are definitely something to be excited about. This sweet games list will be sure to keep you busy for the rest of 2017 and beyond!

1. Syberia 3

Platform: Steam

Release Date: April 20 2017

Genres: Action

The next installment in the point-and-click adventure series, Syberia 3 follows Kate Walker and her adventure with the nomadic people after escaping a grisly fate in the previous game. An enchanting and mystical expedition that is full of wonderful story moments and an array of interesting characters.

2. Vikings - Wolves of Midgard

Platform: Steam

Release Date: March 24th 2017

Genres: Action

In this isometric fantasy game bathed in Norse mythology, players take control of an unstoppable viking warrior or a fierce shield maiden. Embark on a journey to save the human realm of Midgar from ancient and horrifying beasts and mythical beings of the other worlds. Do you have what it takes to save the world from the oncoming onslaught of the other ill fated realms?

3. Yooka-Laylee

Platform: Steam

Release Date: April 11th 2017

Genres: Adventure

Explore huge, beautiful worlds, meet (and beat) an unforgettable cast of characters and horde a vault-load of shiny collectibles as buddy-duo Yooka (the green one) and Laylee (the wisecracking bat with the big nose) embark on an epic adventure to thwart corporate creep Capital B and his devious scheme to absorb all the world’s books… and convert them into pure profit!

4. Prey

Platform: Steam

Release Date: May 5th 2017

Genres: Action

A cinematic prison which will encapsulate the fear of what it really means to live your nightmare. A combination of tantalizing tech and old school monsters, reminding us of the days that aliens burst from stomachs and onto screens. Not for the faint hearted, this story campaign is enticing turmoil, also set in space, so there really is no place to hide.

5. Sniper Ghost Warrior 3

Platform: Steam

Release Date: April 4th 2017

Genres: Shooter

The 3rd installment in the epic Sniper Ghost Warrior franchise throws players into the middle of a modern day civil war in Georgia. Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 is an open world first-person tactical shooter where players must keep their wits about them. The game has been described as a less linear experience from its predecessors as it’s the first game to feature an open world setting. We cannot wait to give this a shot.

6.Mass Effect Andromeda

Platform: Steam

Release Date: March 23rd 2017

Genres: Action

Bioware’s highly anticipated sci-fi franchise is back with a brand new story set in the Mass Effect Universe. Andromeda sends gamers to the Andromeda galaxy in order to find new planets for the human race to colonise. Set 600 years since after the original Mass Effect trilogy this game promises to ive deeper into the Mass Effect’s complex lore.

7.Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood

Platform: Stream

Release Date: June 20th 2017

Genres: RPG

The next expansion for the wildly popular MMO, Final Fantasy XIV Stormblood, is now available for pre-purchase with a June release. The epic next chapter for Final Fantasy XIV fans is packed full of new quests and challenges, set across unexplored new lands in the magical world, Eorzea.

8. Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands

Platform: Steam

Release Date: March 7th 2017

Genres: Action

An action adventure that throws gamers into a dense Bolivian landscape and plays on the beauty and sparseness of a game that seems endless. An intriguing game which combines stealth, action and comradery. A turbulent land that allows gamers to explore and immerse themselves in an unforgiving landscape.

9.Tekken 7

Platform: stream

Release Date: June 2nd 2017

Genres: Action

Round 1: Battle your way through the next extreme fighting game as your favorite characters.
Round 2: Learn all the special moves and different styles of game play.
Round 3: Play as new characters, including Hadoken master, Akuma! K.O!

10. The Elder Scrolls Online - Morrowind Upgrade

Platform: Steam

Release Date: June 6th 2017

Genres: RPG

This is the update that Elder Scrolls fans have been looking for. The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind, transports fans back to the fabled land of Vvardenfell where the popular Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was set. Players will be able to experience Vvardenfell 700 years before the events of The Elder Scrolls III and will also be treated to over 30 hours of brand new story content, the brand new Warden Class, the new Battlegrounds PvP mode and so much more.


How to build resume for college students?

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

When you're a college student or recent graduate, it can be a challenge to figure out what to include on your resume. After all, most college students don't have an extensive employment history. However, most employers know this, and therefore don't expect you to have significant work experience.

Here are the steps you should take in mind before writing down your resume:

What's a résumé?

A résumé is a document that sums up your skills, experiences and accomplishments so a potential employer can quickly see whether you are a good fit for a position.A strong résumé can help you stand out in the crowd.

What does a résumé look like?

Résumés don't all look alike, but there are some general guidelines. Employers generally prefer that they fit on one side of one page. They also should always look professional—no pink paper or fancy fonts.

What goes on a résumé?

A résumé usually has several sections. These can include the following:

--Name and contact information

--Objective or summary statement

--Work experience

--Volunteer and extracurricular experience



State your objective or give a summary statement

After you list your name and contact information at the top of the page, you can briefly describe your objective. This means that you explain what type of position you're looking for and your employment goals. Another possibility is to put a summary statement — a snapshot of your qualifications — in this spot.

Describe your work experience

You probably don't have a lot of work experience at this point. But anything you've accomplished can show you're reliable and responsible. You can include summer jobs, internships, college organization work etc .List the dates you held each position and your job title and briefly describe your most important duties.

Include volunteer and extracurricular experience

These activities show that you have qualities employers value. Volunteering experience proves you are hard-working and reliable. Being a student athlete or a member of an honor society or serving in a leadership position in a club demonstrates your commitment and leadership abilities.

Describe your education

As you continue to study, the education portion of your résumé will grow. For now, just list the high school you attend. If you've taken any college-level courses, you can mention those too.

Highlight your skills

Chances are you have valuable skills to offer an employer. If you can use a computer, know any software programs well, or can program, say so in this section. List any languages you speak. Include any other relevant skills you possess, such as experience editing video or blogging.

Tailor your résumé

Be prepared to adjust your résumé for each application. You'll want to feature different items for different positions. Create an initial résumé as a model and then edit it to build a new résumé for each job. Don't forget to keep adding new experiences and skills to your résumé as you progress.

Watch your writing

The way you write your résumé is important. Résumés generally feature clear, short descriptions. You don't have to use full sentences, but you have to be consistent with punctuation. Match verb tenses throughout, using active verbs like "developed," "performed," and "managed."

Get feedback

Once you've written a draft of your résumé, ask a few people for feedback. Your family and friends can help proofread and catch any mistakes. They may also be able to suggest other experiences or skills you might include.



6 technologies from the CES 2017 will leave you amazed!

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

The CES 2017 is now over! It was a little bit like Christmas (again) for us. Most of the technologies that were presented this year had something to do with robots. We loved it! Did you follow it?

In case you didn’t, we made you a little recap about the technologies that got our attention. They all can be used in an event context.

1. Heasy (Hease Robotics)

A robot that we know very well (since it was made by Evotion’s founder). It is our favorite. Heasy has a unique and facetious personality. This robot was conceived with the most natural interaction process. It is also able to find and go by itself to the most suitable space and interact. Heasy is the world-first robot designed for the retail industry and hospitality services.

2. Lego Boost

Lego Boost is a robot toy kit. Basically you use legos to make your own robot. The kit is composed of Vernie, a 30cm Robot and its cat, Frankie. You will also find a guitare and a car. Once you’ve put all the pieces of lego together, you will need to program the robots. But rest assured, it is simple. The programmation process is made of an app (on a cellphone or tablet). You only have to drag and drop some elements (our engineer team was impressed).

3. Zipo, take control of a robot with your hand

his is OUR CES crush. Ziro is composed of three parts: a robotic module, a control glove and an phone app. The three of them have to be used all together. First, you need to caliber the robotic module and the glove to the app. That way you can define the mouvements of your hand to make the robot move. It is very “Star wars”-like and looks a lot like our new animation neuro-commanded drone. We love it.

4. Kuri, a robot designed for families

This little home assistant will guard your home. It is designed with a HD camera that can take pictures and tape your house while you’re away. When Kuri doesn’t protect your house, it interacts directly with you. Oh and, this robot can also play music.

5. LG Hub Robot, cute and useful!

Just like Kuri, the LG Hub Robot is a robotic assistant designed for your house. The robot is made to work with all kind of smart objects in your house (including the air conditioning). Event it might not be the most innovative technology of the year but we can definitely imagine it on a event.

6. LoveBox, listen to your heart (box)

This smart object is one of the trendiest of the year. We already met the team of LoveBox and fall in love with their product. The LoveBox enables you to send love messages to your soulmate. It is linked to an app that you use to send messages. Once the message is received, the heart of the box moves. You just need to read the content of your message and reply. It’s awesome!

8 last minute exam tips for college students

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

If your final exam schedule is bearing down on you like a freight train with the breaks out, then you need some serious studying tips. Success with finals is about more than studying, though. It’s also about physical and psychological preparation.

Here are a few ideas to help you conquer your final exams.

1.Focus on your weak spots.

Because you are studying at the last minute, you should read over the class material and identify any topics you struggle with or have trouble recalling. You should then focus your studying on brushing up on your weak spots so you are better prepared heading into the test.

2.Try audio or visual aids.

You may listen to a recording of yourself reciting definitions and terms from your textbook or listen to an audio recording doing the same.Using audio or visual aids may also help you recall information more quickly and more effectively than reading information on the page.

3.Make it your phone lock screen

If something is just not sinking in, plaster it everywhere: Make it your desktop wallpaper on the computer, your phone lock screen and even shove a post it in your lunchbox so it's drilled into your brain.

4.Exercise on your study breaks.

Though you are studying last minute and may be trying to cram as much information in your brain as you can, you should still try to take short study breaks. During your study breaks, you should do some exercise to keep your energy levels up and to improve your concentration.

5.Drink water.

You should try to only drink water while you are studying, as this will ensure you stay hydrated and healthy. If you do drink coffee, you should only drink a small amount during the day and make sure you are drinking enough water to compensate for the caffeine.

6.Block out any distractions

To study effectively at the last minute, you should create a distraction free zone in your room or general area by turning your WiFi connection down, mobile phones on silent and TV shut down.

7.Get a good night’s sleep.

Though it may be tempting to pull an all night study session, but this only cause the inability to recall important information for the exam. You should do a review of your notes before bed but try to get at least eight hours of sleep in the night before the exam.

8.Get motivated and think positive

Try and get a positive attitude and keep yourself motivated. Stress can lead to mistakes so relax, take deep breaths and remind yourself: At the end of the day, it is only an exam.


8 Apps college students must have

Puja Kumari  5 months ago


Evernote is the king of note taking apps, with a feature set that combines bookmarking, composing, clipping and more. You could even use it for to do lists.You can embed audio recordings which is great for recording lectures in class and you can also embed photos when needed. This can prove to be your savior!

2. KrazyBee

KrazyBee-This is India's first online installment store for college students. You can purchase any products from Flipkart/Amazon or other leading eCommerce website on Easy Monthly Installments without CREDIT CARD.


If you are one of those lucky students who study foreign languages, then you definitely need Duolingo, the application that will help you learn new words, get ready for tests and exams, and complete various tasks to improve your knowledge.


AccelaStudy claims over 6 million users who have used their Exam Vocabulary Builder app to improve English vocabulary, whether for college freshman/ graduate entrance exams, professional advancement or for language proficiency. blessing for ESL/ TOEFL aspirants!


Hasoffer -An app that saves you money.

This app is the most friendly online shopping assistant which provides the best deals on electronics, clothing, groceries— you name it.


Worried about blowing your budget? Use MINT to manage all your money in one place. View all your accounts — checking, savings, credit cards — and automatically add and categorize your transactions, all within the app.


It was designed for university students to keep connected with close friends. The app is particularly useful for locating lost friends on nights out and also allows users to send their circle of six friends an instant call for help at the touch of a button.


For those who would normally find running boring, the app Zombies, Run! is a fun (and funny) way to motivate yourself when jogging. The app plays your own music playlists alongside recorded audio depicting a zombie apocalypse, in which you must run from the infected. More than a little terrifying, yes, but as a super-intense workout it’s hard to beat!


With deals on restaurants, spas, and events in over 500 cities, the Groupon app (free) is a no-brainer for penny-pinching college students.


How to crack college interviews?

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

Just as you are recovering from the ordeal of board examinations, life throws a greater evil at you - college admissions. Personal interviews can often be a game changer for getting admitted into the college of your choice. Interviews should command just as much effort and time as entrances and the key to acing your college interview is to be prepared for the possible questions that the interviewers can put forth.

Here are some of the most commonly asked questions and tips for dealing with them:

1. Tell us about yourself

The trick is to be honest, to show them the personal side which doesn't get reflected in your resume. Stock answers about how hardworking you are or how studious you have been throughout your school life only give them a shadow image of yourself. Frame the answer in a way which reflects all aspects of your personality - talk about your passions and interests, your strengths and inhibitions. But do not ramble on, stick to those points which are relevant to them as interviewers and define you as an individual with unique characteristics.

2. Why are you interested in this college/course?

Answer this question in a manner which shows that your concern with the college isn't materialistic, but intellectual. Talking about the college's prestige and following it up with its record of excellence and quality is a safe bet. Answers like "my parents wanted me to", "all my friends are here" or "I couldn't get admission in other colleges/courses" reflect lack of enthusiasm on your part.

3. Who is the most influential person in your life?

The safest way of answering this question is with utmost candidness. Your interviewer cannot hold your inspiration against you, therefore, do not hesitate in naming him/her. However, answering with names like Gandhi, Mother Teresa or Dalai Lama may come across as fake or pretentious if you do not have an inspiring story to second it.

4. Do you have any questions for us?

Be sure to ask relevant questions to the interviewer when given the chance. College interviews are the only opportunity that the institutions have to evaluate your level of enthusiasm and genuine interest and asking them about the special programmes or courses is an opportunity for you to brag about your research and attentiveness, something which is sure to win you brownie points.


Be confident. It might be the most obvious piece of advice but that is because your confidence says a lot more about you than your words.The key to perfecting your body language so that it oozes confidence and grace is to practice for college interview beforehand,preferably in front of mirror.

Be prepared. But be sure to maintain an impromptu style while responding. The trick is to be prepared but not seem rehearsed.

Be polite. Reach early and maintain a polite tone even if you have to wait for the interview to begin. Respond with positives than with negatives. Countless studies have shown that a positive reply leaves a far better impression than a negative one. And when it comes to college interviews, the impression you leave behind is what really matters.

source- & Ankita Barthwal.

5 Technology Trends That Will Dominate 2017

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

Technology and innovation has left us amazed every time. It's astonishing to have the ability to recover any data and impart in a thousand distinctive ways utilizing a gadget that fits in your pocket.

There's continually something new coming soon, and we can't resist the urge to hold up and ponder what technological marvels are coming next.

If you’re eyeing a sector in which to start a business here are seven major tech trends we’re in store for you in 2017-

1. IoT and Smart Home Tech

We’ve been hearing about the forthcoming revolution of the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and resulting inter connectedness of smart home technology for years. So what’s the holdup? Why aren’t we all living in smart, connected homes by now? Part of the problem is too much competition, with not enough collaboration—there are tons of individual appliances and apps on the market, but few solutions to tie everything together into a single, seamless user experience. I expect we’ll see some major advancements on this front in the coming year.

2.AR and VR

We’ve already seen some major steps forward for augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technology in 2016. Oculus Rift was released, to positive reception, and thousands of VR apps and games followed. We also saw Pokémon Go, an AR game, explode with over 100 million downloads. The market is ready for AR and VR, and we’ve already got some early-stage devices and tech for these applications.

3. Machine Learning

Machine learning has taken some massive strides forward in the past few years, even emerging to assist and enhance Google’s core search engine algorithm.It won’t be long before machine learning becomes a kind of “new normal,” with people expecting this type of artificial intelligence as a component of every form of technology.

4. Automation

Marketers will be (mostly) pleased to learn that automation will become a bigger mainstay in and throughout 2017, with advanced technology enabling the automation of previously human-exclusive tasks. When automation is combined with machine learning, everything can improve even faster, so 2017 has the potential to be a truly landmark year.

5. Physical-Digital Integrations

Mobile devices have been slowly adding technology into our daily lives. It’s rare to see anyone without a smartphone at any given time, giving us access to practically infinite information in the real-world.Online brands like Amazon will start having more physical products, like Dash Buttons, and physical brands like Walmart will start having more digital features, like store maps and product trials.

This is what nobody will ever tell you about-"life after college"

Puja Kumari  5 months ago

ll the good laughs, bunking classes, canteen hangouts are going to get over as soon as you step out in real competitive corporate world. So before you throw your cap in the air — or at least before you stage an Instagram photo of you throwing your cap in the air — allow me to share some things nobody will tell you. Yes! The life after college.

1. Job Hunting is necessary but dreadful sinister

Most graduates would wait for the end of the semester to get started with their job search, but not you. Your career consciousness doesn’t allow you to spend a minute of your time not figuring out a plan for your next move.

2. Your first job might not involve your branch in a considerable way

That’s only a minor problem though. You have 40 years to reunite your job with your branch or to find out that your major may not have major bearing on what you do in life.

3. Your 20's are lonelier than you think they’ll be

you will wonder, is every other person my age at an amazing party right now that I didn’t know about? They’re not. There will be Friday nights that you don’t have anything to do.In fact, you probably won’t want to do anything on a Friday night. Because you’ll be tired.

4. Don’t spend all your time with idiots and then wonder why it’s hard to meet someone great to date.

If you don’t like where you are with whom you are then MOVE! You re not a tree. Become the kind of person you want to be with” might be clichéd advice best suited to Hallmark cards, but “Go where the people you want to be like are”

5. Don’t become a dinosaur

Just because your formal education might have ended doesn’t mean you should stop learning. If you don’t keep old skills sharp and continue to learn new ones, your career will become obsolete.

6. Don't burn many bridges

Every industry is smaller than you think. Do your best to maintain as many relationships as possible at every job you had because not only their teachings and leanings will help you in future but also you will build some great contacts which is going to help you in future (of course! it never hurts to have contacts)

7. People will ask you about your job all the time

Every time you hang with your friends or Skype with your family, they'll ask things like, "So, how's your job going?" and "What's new at work?" Also, when you meet new people they'll unfailingly ask what you do. Was it any less of a tiring task when you had to answer similar questions from your Relatives when you were a student.

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