Take any top notch institute, a reality show or a contest. Nowadays, more often than not Group Discussions are used as one of the primary modes of judging the personality or communication skills of interviewee. Not only does it test the situational skills of the participant but also how he or she puts across his/her point to the group. It allows an employer to understand the leadership capabilities of a student and the ability to work in a team. This is one of the most efficient screening methods used by the companies and the management institutes.
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Resolutions are not compulsorily made before the New Year or on first day of the year but resolutions is something one has to make to achieve goals. One can set goals for oneself but without a resolve or a decision to act on a goal it is difficult to achieve anything in life. We recommend some resolutions to be savored by students. So gear up and achieve your dreams.
Meditation helps to improve your mood, reduces stress, lessens anxiety and even increases the brain-activity which involves muscle control, sensory perception, decision making and self-control.
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India, the land of cultural extravaganza has special kind of music that carries the tradition of folk culture; the grassroots culture of masses.
The realm of traditional folk music in India is very large and is spread throughout the country.
Kashmiri folk song includes a group culture named Chhakri, it is sung to the accompaniment of traditional earthen pot named Noot.
Basanti or Basant Geet welcomes the spring season in Garhwali in a unique manner.
Laman is sung in Kullu valley. Uttar Pradesh has a rich culture of folk songs. Rasiya Geet and Hori are sung in Braj praising Lord Krishna and Radha whereas Alha tells the story of feudal chivalry. Punjab reflects its culture through Tappa, a semi classical vocal music inspired by the camel riders.
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