Interesting Facts About Christmas Tree

…ament. This was done to honor the American hostages in Iran. In 1984, the National Christmas tree was lit on December 13thwith temperatures in the 70’s, making it one of the warmest tree lightings in history. Christmas tree © by zolakoma A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, and Elsewhere Nineteenth century Americans cut their trees in nearby forests. Today most real Christmas trees are grown on farms as sustainable crops like corn or pumpkins. 98…

New Pattern: What is JEE?

…s required for top 20 percentile. If your board result is not fluctuating much the answer of this question could be found very easily. Ask your school teacher to assist in analyzing your school’s last five year’s result in board exam. The result of your school’s student would not be a perfect sample for whole board. But, even if your school is a good school in the city, expect the bar marks for top 20 percentile in your school…

Examination – Has It Killed Education?

Examination – Has It Killed Education?

…exams oriented, instead of being education oriented. Today, nobody is interested in training students and to really measure their knowledge and understanding on the subject. Everyone is just focused on grades and marks. As a result, today’s exams are not a good criteria to assess their genuine education skill, but they have just become a measurement of one’s retention skills. As a result, students have only one goal of how to perform…