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17
Apr

5 THINGS THAT THE US IS DOING RIGHT IN FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19

The United States of America and India have many things in common. One of them is the distribution of power between the government at the center and in respective states. The federal structure helps them address state and national levels issues in a democratic manner. However, such a structure also requires efficient coordination between the center and the state governments

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6
Apr

WHAT IS PERSONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE COVERAGE AND WHY STUDENTS MUST HAVE IT?

When students go abroad for higher studies, they not only leave behind their country but also the laws governing citizens of that country. A student is expected to abide by the laws of the country where he or she is pursuing higher education, even if that student is not the citizen of that country. However, what makes things complicated is

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6
Apr

FIXED vs VARIABLE INTEREST RATE on STUDENT LOANS: ADVANTAGES and DISADVANTAGES

A large number of students who go overseas for higher education, finance their education cost by borrowing money from banks and lending institutions. The lending institutions which lend money to students charge an interest on such borrowings. These interest rates are determined by banks and the rate of interest depend on a host of factors including the lenders profit margin,

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3
Apr

How Insurance coverage works in case of COVID-19 testing and treatment in the US?

Covid-19 pandemic threatens to rewrite history with human blood. And while earlier pandemics such as the Spanish Flu that killed over 5 million people worldwide between 1918 and 1920 had significantly higher mortality rate, the speed at which Covid-19 infection is spreading across the globe is quite unprecedented. The pandemic has left over 1 million people infected and 52,000 dead

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1
Apr

Good Habits that can help prevent COVID-19 type pandemic in the future

Among the things that Covid-19 pandemic brought to fore is the importance of following habits that are good for an individual as well as the society. While the Covid-19 pandemic might be new and novel, it nevertheless is a disease which grows and spreads only when people do not pay attention to basic things such as personal hygiene or a

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1
Apr

How to stay quarantined and yet be productive?

The Covid-19 pandemic has led to suspension of classes of schools, colleges and temporary closure of non-essential businesses in many countries. In countries like India where the government has announced a 21-day lockdown of the entire country up till 2nd week of April, people are finding it difficult spend time at home doing nothing. The lockdown is causing psychological pain

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1
Apr

Possible after-effects of COVID-19 outbreak on US

Pandemics are not a new phenomenon. There have been global pandemics in the past such as the Spanish Flu pandemic that killed over 5 million people worldwide between 1918 to 1920, and more recently, the SARS pandemic that killed hundreds of people worldwide. However, what makes the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic deadlier than its counterparts is due to the fact that,

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13
Mar

Importance of networking for students while studying in the US

Humans, by nature, are social animals. This is probably one of the most significant factors contributing to the growth and dominance of this planet by humans. This is because socialization helps in dissemination of information and knowledge from one person to another, thereby enhancing their cognitive abilities. In this day and age, networking plays an equally significant role in advancing

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13
Mar

BENEFITS OF JOINING INDIAN STUDENTS ASSOCIATION IN US UNIVERSITY

After the Chinese, Indian students form the largest community of overseas students pursuing higher education in colleges and universities in the US. Most colleges and universities have recognized student associations that aim to provide a platform to students to put forward their grievances; provide support to students and take part in community activities. In addition to such associations, academic institutions

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11
Mar

STEM COURSES THAT CAN SAVE ENVIRONMENT; FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE & ADDRESS GLOBAL WARMING

One of the challenges facing 21st century is that related to global warming and climate change. The Industrial Revolution that began in the late 17th century has subsequently led to the culture of materialism where success is determined by one’s ability to consume. And although industrialization has undoubtedly brought prosperity to millions of people living on this planet, it has

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