Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Association for Education, Japan

I tell you, religion is for man and not man for religion. If you want to organise, consolidate and be successful in this world, change this religion. The religion that does not recognise you as a human being, or give you water to drink, or allow you to enter in temples is not worthy to be called a religion. The religion that forbids you to receive education and comes in the way of your material advancement is not worthy of the appellation 'religion'. The religion that does not teach its followers to show humanity in dealing with its co-religionists is nothing but a display of a force. The religion that teaches its followers to suffer the touch of animals but not the touch of human beings is not a religion but a mockery. The religion that compels the ignorant to be ignorant and the poor to be poor is not a religion but a visitation!

-Dr. B. R. Ambedkar


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Friday, 31 March 2017 22:51

How to Reach Abroad

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I strongly believe that nothing is impossible just needed the time management (hit the ball at the right time), self confidence & the most important (why, what, when, & how) always ask yourself why I want to do this, what I will achieve, when I will achieve & how I will.

Ok ok.... I don't want to be old guy of 60+, friends this is my small effort to tell youabout some of the resources available to reach abroad; I will be more than happy if some other people join me in this effort to share their views & ideas.

Friday, 31 March 2017 22:48

Methods of Study

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Question : How to study ?

Answer : Most of the students do not know how to study. There is wrong impression in students that only reading book is enough for study. There are some particular methods of study, the same are stated as follows :

Savvy hiring managers have honed their ability to ask the least amount of questions yielding the greatest depth of information. One way they do this is by asking seemingly simple questions that get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal. In other words: questions designed to trick you.

"To uncover areas that may reflect inconsistencies, hiring managers sometimes ask these tricky questions," says Tina Nicolai, executive career coach and founder of Resume Writers' Ink. 

Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of "Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job," says they use these queries to break through the "traditional interview noise and clutter," and to get to the "raw you."