Sunday, September 11, 2016

Quote of the day

Quote of the day

We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done.

Life is what we make of it! 

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Canada's better then America

Canada's better then America

Canada's better then America

10 Reasons to Attend Canadian Universities
by Lynn O’Shaughnessy

American families have become increasingly curious about attending Canadian universities.
To help get some answers about Canadian colleges, I sought out Whitney Laughlin, a veteran college consultant who is a leading expert on universities north of the border.

Here are 10 reasons why Laughlin, who has offices in Santa Fe, NM, and Victoria, British Columbia, believes American teenagers should explore universities in Canada:

1. Reasonable price.

The costs at Canadian universities will often be lower than at private colleges in the United States, as well as public universities for out-of state residents. Americans will roughly pay $25,000 to $30,000 a year. That price includes books, incidentals and coverage in Canadian health insurance.

“For your bang for your buck, Canadian schools are an amazingly good quality,” Laughlin says.

2. Exchange rate often favorable.
When paying Canadian college costs, the exchange rate is typically favorable to the U.S. dollar, although it is currently trading at par.

3. Great quality.
Canadian post-secondary education is uniformly strong and much more standardized than in the U.S.. Canadian universities offer a world-class education in some gorgeous cities, but they are under the radar.


“Canadian schools are under the radar because the whole country is under the radar,” Laughlin says. She notes that you can get a “super high quality education” at many Canadian universities.

4. Scholarships available.
Merit-based scholarships for international students are becoming commonplace at many Canadian universities. Here is one resource for Canadian scholarships for non-Canadians.

5. Canadian admission process can be forgiving.
Canadian schools can be great for late bloomers. Strange but true: some Canadian universities, such as the University of British Columbia, only look at 12th grade report cards when examining transcripts. If you messed up in the first three years of high school, it’s not a deal breaker.

6. SAT and ACT not always required.
Canadian universities can be a boon for poor test takers. Some schools don’t require the SAT or ACT test scores though some may request the scores if a student’s GPA is lower.

7. Admission process not as arduous.
It’s less of a hassle applying to Canadian colleges. Most schools don’t require essays or recommendations.

8. Canada more tolerant.
Canada, in general, is much more gay-friendly than the United States.

9. Citizenship opportunities.
Attending college in Canada can give you a fast track to becoming a permanent resident, which can then lead to citizenship. You could ultimately become a citizen of both the U.S. and Canada.

10. Still qualify for federal college loans
American families can still borrow through the Stafford or PLUS loan programs, which are loans offered by the federal government for U.S. citizens.

Downsides to Attending a Canadian University?
Canadian universities are more commuter in nature though there are plenty of schools with dormitories. And many Canadian schools are large universities.

Lynn O’Shaughnessy is the author of The College Solution and she also writes for TheCollegeSolutionBlog.


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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

This is the most sweetest and cutest and saddest video I have ever watched. Gumrah TV Serial Season 3

I am writing this post about my thoughts and my view on the Gumrah Season 3  episode 12  22 September  2013.  Gumrah is a tv serial based on events that happen in really life.

This is the most sweetest and cutest and saddest video I have ever watched.
I love how much the brother treated and cared for his sister and how much the sister loved her brother.
First of all I think he did not deserve to go to jail because he loved his sister a lot. He killed her because he had to he had no other choice. If he would have just kept her at home and kept going to college  then  the person who was misbehaving with her would have kept doing that while he is in college.
Ways I think he could have avoided killing his sister because he loved her a lot is by like when he took her to the blind home he could have visited her everyday for some time on the days he did not have college he could have taking her out spend time with her and then took her back to the blind home. He could have study from home.
If people paid more attention to special needs children or children that are blind or deaf then there would have been no need for her dead and therefore he would not have go to jail.
What this quote at the end of the video says is right : special children need special attention. They need to be supported and understood better.

Just my thoughts and views on the matter this is not what happened  this is what I think should have happened.

this is the episode in case any one wants to watch it. I don't own this video its not mine, it belongs to star tv india.