Showing posts with label accomodation. Show all posts
Showing posts with label accomodation. Show all posts

Monday, October 22, 2012

Accomodation

On campus accommodation v/s off campus accommodation
Whether to live on campus or off campus is an important decision that a student has to make during the process of making decision related to the days in the college.

Living in the campus would save you the transportation cost and it will be hassle free. You would be able to simply walk to your classes, dorms and labs and will not have to care about the gas cost. You do not have to worry about parking and this makes your life pretty easy to some extent as your accessibility to the university or college smoothens.

Now, consider the not so rosy picture of living on campus. You would have little or no privacy in the dorms as there would be activity going on in your dorm room and always someone somehow would be hanging around. This would offer you very little privacy. Dorms are generally small rooms where you can’t bring in your extra stuff since there is very less room to accommodate your things as well as that of your roommate.

Hence, now having known the pros and cons of living both in campus and off campus it is for you to decide which option to choose. It would depend on your priorities and on the type of person you are, how social you are and how much you prefer to mingle with the crowd. Whatever your decision may be, always remember that you are in college to accomplish something and the decision about accommodation which you will make should reflect this and help you accomplish all your goals.

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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Education Links

Rightly said, education pays and the sooner we realize the importance of education, the better will be our future. In contrary to what the economic downturn and job market would have you to believe, pursuing higher education becomes even more essential in challenging economic conditions.

Education is the knowledge of putting one's potentials to maximum use. Education is geared towards individual development; such development should slowly and gradually get transformed into social development. Education is the key to creating, applying and distributing knowledge. Thus it leads to the growth and development of powerful, worldwide competitive economies.

In today’s job market, many employers look for individuals who have some kind of postsecondary education knowledge even for low job roles like the clerical ones. The higher your career aspirations are the higher should be your level of education.

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