Many people find bulking or strength cycles as the only fruitful way for successfully increasing their muscle size. But, there is so much of confusion and misconceptions spread around the theory related to bulking cycles that majority get lost in this jungle of information and don’t really get to know the proper way to approach it. There are some who have difficulty in gaining weight where at the other side, you come across people who are struggling with weight loss. For those who are strongly inclined for muscle building, it is a common question in their minds that should supplements like Clen not used inRead More →

  Over the time, many body builders have been using HGH for weight loss and muscle gain. Hence, supplementing HGH through pills and injections has become very famous among body builders and athletes. Why is it important to supplement HGH? After puberty, the body stops to make new muscle cells. In such a situation, when body builders look for weight loss and muscle gain, they can only increase lean mass by expanding the muscle cells with workout. But as that takes a lot of time, supplementing HGH looks to be a quick solution that results in division of cells and hence more cells are producedRead More →

A 15-year-old wheelchair-bound student from Naigaon in Dadar, Mumbai has been at the receiving end of the school’s apathy towards getting him an accessible centre for the ongoing Class 10 board exams. Omkar Samla, a student of Bengali Education Society’s High School in Dadar is currently being carried by his family members to the exam hall on the second floor of his exam centre after his school did not pay heed to several requests by the parents. Samla, who has a spinal cord defect since birth, has 90 per cent impairment. His parents had requested the school to ensure that he is allotted a centreRead More →

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved the proposal for opening 50 new Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) under the Civil/Defence Sector in the country, keeping in view the high demand for these schools for their quality of education and excellent results. The total project cost based on Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan (KVS) norms for the proposed 50 new KVs is Rs 1160 crore. New KVs will be opened from classes I to V for which 650 regular posts shall be created in all the 50 schools. The schools will grows every year with addition of one moreRead More →

NEW DELHI: The controversy over Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s degree refuses to die down. Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL), from where he is said to have passed out in 1978, says it doesn’t have records for that year as these are maintained only for one year. In response to an RTI query by an IANS correspondent seeking a list of students who had qualified for a BA degree in 1978, the SOL said: “The data is not maintained in the branch in the order as desired by the applicant.” Replying to two other queries on the results of students who qualified for theRead More →

The Supreme Court of India today directed Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to respond to a plea asking to include Urdu as one of the languages in which National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) is to be conducted. Justice Kurian Joseph and Justice R. Banumathi have also directed the Medical Council of India (MCI) and the Dental Council of India to respond to the plea and have posted the matter for March 10. NEET is a national level exam introduced in 2016 conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS programs at medical and dental institutes in India. The petition was filed by Students Islamic Organization ofRead More →

GATE 2017 answer key objections can be submitted now! GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) has opened online portal for accepting objections against the answer keys. A module to contest answer keys of GATE 2017 has been made available till 10:00 hours (IST) of 6 March 2017 at the official website of IIT Roorkee. Specifically candidates can raise their objections at GATE Online Application Processing System (GOAPS) website: http://appsgate.iitr.ac.in/. Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IIT Roorkee) which is the organizing institute of the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) 2017 has released the answer keys in the official website of this year’s test http://gate.iitr.ernet.in onRead More →

It’s March and CBSE Board exams are now closer than ever. In just a week, students all over the country would be engulfed in board fever more than ever. In this time of stress and anxiety we have tried to do our bit and curated tips which will help you score better in the exams. In this article we will deal with chemistry which is an important subject not just for the boards but also from competitive exam point of view. Tips and Tricks to score more in Chemistry First of all, by now you would be done with your chemistry syllabus, so just focusRead More →

One of the biggest worries for many CBSE Board examinees is how to score good marks in language and literature papers specially Hindi. Hindi is one subject where it might be tricky to score good marks since for class 10, 55 marks worth of questions are devoted to unseen passage, grammar, and creative writing and for class 12 it is 45 marks which means that reading the text book will not be enough and students must be ready to let their creative and analytical abilities flow. Here are some tips which will help you score good in Hindi. First and foremost read all the chaptersRead More →

Students passing the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) will no longer have an edge over others, fear experts. Complaining that in the last couple of months, CBSE has done away with all the new academic reforms that had set it apart from other school boards and has brought back rote-learning and exam-oriented studying, schools in Mumbai said they will continue with the reforms till Class 8. The board recently scrapped the open text based assessment (OTBA) for classes 9 and 11. This is close on heels of discontinuing the international curriculum, erasing the continuous comprehensive evaluation that focused on all-round assessments, and making ClassRead More →