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Month: November 2016

Wales unveils means-tested university grants of up to £11,000 a year

Welsh undergraduates from the poorest families will receive maintenance grants of up to £11,000 a year in return for taking on the full cost of university tuition fees, as Wales overhauls its student funding. Kirsty Williams, Wales’s education secretary, announced that the country’s universal £5,100 tuition grant is to be scrapped and replaced with a […]

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Students should Join an IES Coaching Institution to Achieve Success in an IES Examination

Indian Engineering Services are the civil services which are based on the technical and managerial functions of the Government of India. The Government of India recruits its civil servants on purely merit basis through competitive exams. The Union Public Services Commission conducts the Indian Engineering Services exam, and the Union Government of India appoints the […]

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Zoutons Offers Amazing Discounts with Shopclues

In this age of online shopping, discounts are a very important thing which everyone looks out for. In this current scenario of the market e-commerce and online transactions are growing so fast that people want to have the best price on best deals. People always look out for discounts. It is very amazing to know […]

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Importance of Xamarin, Python and Python Machine LearningCourses

The Xamarin skills are undergoing high demand. Through this course, you can learn about Xamarintoolsand techniques used in it. There are many types of training courses available for the Xamarin programming. What the course is about? The Xamarin Training provides the candidates the entire knowledge about the Xamarin platform and its development model. This training […]

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Should children ban their parents from social media?

Parents from Shanghai to Chicago are proudly putting pictures of their children on social media. It might be taken for granted – but no previous generation of children will have had the experience of having their entire childhoods intensively and publicly documented in this way. In the UK, the average parent with a social media […]

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Oxford University to launch first online 'Mooc' course

Oxford University has announced its first “massive open online course” – or so-called Mooc – in a partnership with a US online university network. These free online courses have grown in popularity with hundreds of universities and millions of students. But until now Oxford has not offered such Mooc courses. It is going to run […]

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What you need to know about residential landscape design

Have you been planning to re-do the landscaping of an existing site or is there a need to landscape a new one? To landscape a space properly can increase the ornamental value manifolds. The right person to approach to help you plan, design and implement you dream landscape design is a residential landscape design professional. […]

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