Phek Bn conducts motivational career management

Phek Battalion of Assam Rifles conducted an outreach programme for training and motivating local students preparing for entrance examinations to Sainik School and Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya at Phek on August 17. According to PRO HQ IGAR (N), the programme was organised to spread awareness and motivate the students for seeking admissions to these premier schools for overall development to choose the appropriate career. The shortlisted and interested students will be provided with structured tuitions under the supervision of Phek Batallion of Assam Rifles. A total of 125 students, 19 teachers…

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How To Find Purpose At Work When Your Career Is Constantly Changing

You’ve defined purpose, taken stock of your days and crafted every aspect of your job. But more often than not, meaning isn’t found in a matter of moments, and even if it is, it’s likely that what you consider to be fulfilling today will change over the course of your life. “Individuals change, life circumstances change . . . and so too will your interests and goals,” says David Ballard, director of the American Psychological Association’s Office of Applied Psychology and Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program. “It is important not to…

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Shocking Reasons Why Conformity Can Be Toxic For Your Career And Your Company

Do you go along with the pack and risk derailing your career? Or do you risk sticking your neck out and speak up? PHOTO BY DAVID ROTIMI ON UNSPLASH “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to bloom.”—Anaïs Nin When I was an undergraduate psychology major, I was required to plan and execute a psychological experiment. I replicated the famous Soloman Asch experiment (https://www.simplypsychology.org/asch-conformity.html) on how group pressure induces conformity in decision-making. I used common geometric shapes…

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The Best Books for Women Looking to Climb the Career Ladder

If you want to advance your career, learning from others’ experiences can give you a boost. PEXELS.COM Climbing the corporate ladder—particularly for women—can at times feel like you’re entering uncharted territory, where you’re suddenly forced to rely on guesswork and speculation. But advancing in your career doesn’t have to be (and shouldn’t be) based on guesswork. Advancing your career can be studied and implemented by anyone in any industry, just by utilizing the analytical skills that most likely got you where you are in the first place. That’s why it’s important to…

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3 Ways To Advance Your Career That Aren’t A Promotion

Climbing the proverbial corporate ladder is one way to advance your career, but it’s certainly not the only way. There are a multitude of ways that you can advance your career that are just as valuable as a new title or the corner office. These are three of the top ways to keep your career on a steady trajectory. A lateral move. A lateral move is one of the best ways to advance your career. It’s often easier to achieve than a promotion, and it’s a better alternative in terms…

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3 Indian players whose Test career is almost over

The BCCI announced India’s squad for the upcoming tour to West Indies, their first assignment after the World Cup 2019 defeat. The squad gave a clear indication that the transition process has begun, and the young players won’t need to wait anymore to get their dues. Players like Mayank Agarwal, Rishabh Pant, Deepak Chahar, Rahul Chahar, and Krunal Pandya have been given due. While this might mean opportunities for a few, this might well be the end of the road for the others. The team would like to begin to build…

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Sachin Tendulkar reveals most memorable moment of career after ICC Hall of Fame honour

Batting great Sachin Tendulkar said he feels privileged to be part of ICC Hall of Fame after the World Cup-winning India batsman was inducted to the elite list on Friday. Tendulkar became the 6th Indian to make the ICC Hall of Fame. Bishan Singh Bedi (2009), Sunil Gavaskar (2009), Kapil Dev (2009), Anil Kumble (2015), Rahul Dravid (2018) are the other Hall of Famers from the crciket-crazy Asian country. “I think all awards are important, I don’t like to compare them. Each award, each appreciation has its own place. And…

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Big Data & Analytics Primer On Job Roles & Career Opportunities Everyone Should Read

“Big Data Analytics”, “Data Science”, “Cloud” – you may have heard of these buzzwords in the technology landscape today. But much like how movies and comedy shows are marketed, these words have been hyped by businesses, industry analysts, journalists, and possibly your neighborhood watchman. Everyone seems to have a perspective on what Big Data analytics is and much like any commodity in the market, there is a  promise of an attractive job in the Big Data analytics space. Students who are about to start their professional careers or professionals who…

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LinkedIn’s Career Expert Offers Job Search Help For New College Grads

New grad is smiling, as she has just received her diploma. GETTY More than one parent has written me asking for help for their new grad. That is understandable since 72% of college grads who just got their diplomas don’t have a job yet. Debbie’s email caught my attention when she stated she was a Baby Boomer parent and a program manager who had hired many people in her career. Yet she was stuck helping her daughter who was just graduating and unemployed develop a LinkedIn profile. She asked for…

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Just one failure does not ruin a career

Hard work need not always be academic as some people have strengths in non-academic areas as well and that can lead to different careers.(Shutterstock) AddThis Sharing Buttons QAfter my results, I have become rather confused. I have got average marks which means I will not get into the best colleges. What shall I do? My friends tell me that average marks are okay and I should not worry. But I feel guilty because I know I could have done better if I had studied harder. What do you think? Can…

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