GMAT is a test for admission in management courses just like MBA in foreign countries just like GRE is for MS.
It is a very good career option to be pursued after Engineering or related degrees.
Foreign universities provide many different MBA programmes that you can integrate with IT.
Management with IT is a very good option if you plan to rule the corporate world with both your technical and management skills. A perfect degree for those don’t want to only become a developer, rather become a Project Manager.
Now, how to reach to this degree? Answer is GMAT.
Some things that will help you in this field:
• Topics covered in GMAT:
• Score Validity: 5 years
its score is valid for 5 years, so you can give the exam today and take admission in the business school anytime in next 5 years.
• Colleges accepting GMAT: 615 MBA Colleges and 60 MS Colleges.
• Fees for GMAT Exam: $250 or INR 15000-16000
• When you can give: Anytime in the year, there are many dates available.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has successfully conducted the JEE Main 2018 Exam on 8th, 15th and on 16th April 2018.
This time, the JEE Main Exam was organized in both online and offline mode for the comfort of aspirants.
As per the official announcement, the board has declared JEE Main 2018 Result on 30 April 2018.
Candidates who had appeared in the exam can check the results now.
AIR 1 is secured by Bhogi Suraj Krishna by scoring 350 marks out of 360.
The Topics are as follows: Scope of Higher Education in Germany Germany Education System What to Study in Germany? Entrance Exams Required for German Universities. I kindly request all the Third year and Final Year Student to Attain and know how they can pursue Higher Education from World Renowned Universities Info from Vatsal Das : Tution fee is not NIL, the universities still charge a nominal enrollment fee, semester ticket and studentenwerk associated fee, which is less than 500 Euros per semester. But cost of living is around 600 Euros per month depending on the city. But then again getting HiWi jobs is easy in many departments. Only entrance requirement is TOEFL and in some cases like TU Munich, RWTH, Freiburg and Bochum they ask for GATE. Here is the list of 130 MSc programs in Germany - https://www.daad.de/deutschland/studienangebote/international-programs/en/?p=l&q°ree=2&fos=3&subject=350&lang=2&fee=0&sortBy=1&page=1&display=list
Dr Richard W. Hamming, a Professor at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California and a retired Bell Labs scientist, gave a very interesting and stimulating talk, `You and Your Research' at a seminar in the Bell Communications Research Colloquia Series, on March 7, 1986. Hamming discussed various issues to be a perfect or successful scientist or researcher. In this talk basically he tried to answer
``Why do so few scientists make significant contributions and so many are forgotten in the long run?”
This talk is based on observations made by Dr Hamming during his life time work experience. The talk is about what he has learned in terms of the properties of the individual scientists, their abilities, traits, working habits, attitudes, and philosophy. Some points I am highlighting which he discussed in this talk.
``You and Your Research.'' It is not about managing research, it is about how you individually do your research.
Perfect research is not about luck, the particular thing you do is luck, and but that you do something is not.
One of the characteristics of successful scientists is having courage.
Age is another factor which the physicists particularly worry about.
When you are famous it is hard to work on small problems.
How working conditions affects research?
Knowledge and productivity are like compound interest. ‘The more you know, the more you learn; the more you learn, the more you can do; the more you can do, the more the opportunity - it is very much like compound interest’.
You have to neglect things if you intend to get what you want done. There's no question about this.
The misapplication of effort is a very serious matter. Just hard work is not enough - it must be applied sensibly.
it’s not the consequence that makes a problem important, it is that you have a reasonable attack. That is what makes a problem important.
This is just a small angle, which I determined here, There is a lot points which have been discussed by Dr Hamming in this talk. For more detail please refer below link http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~robins/YouAndYourResearch.html