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25 Things Successful Teachers Do Differently

1. Successful teachers have clear objectives

2. Successful teachers have a sense of purpose

3. Successful teachers are able to live without immediate feedback

4. Successful teachers know when to listen to students and when to ignore them

5. Successful teachers have a positive attitude

6. Successful teachers expect their students to succeed

7. Successful teachers have a sense of humor

8. Successful teachers use praise authentically

9. Successful teachers know how to take risks

10. Successful teachers are consistent

11. Successful teachers are reflective

12. Successful teachers seek out mentors of their own

13. Successful teachers communicate with parents

14. Successful teachers enjoy their work

15. Successful teachers adapt to student needs

16. Successful teachers welcome change in the classroom

17. Successful teachers take time to explore new tools

18. Successful teachers give their students emotional support

19. Successful teachers are comfortable with the unknown

20. Successful teachers are not threatened by parent advocacy

21. Successful teachers bring fun into the classroom

22. Successful teachers teach holistically

23. Successful teachers never stop learning

24. Successful teachers break out of the box

25. Successful teachers are masters of their subject


Pharmacy / School of Biotechnology,KIIT,India
« on: October 08, 2017, 03:11:36 PM »

1.Three dedicated buildings for Department of Biotechnology

2.More than 100 PhD students are doing research in different laboratories

3.More than 50 Laboratories which are only dedicated for research on biotechnology

4.All the laboratories are well organized with all required instruments

5.The laboratory protocol and rules are strictly maintained by the department

6.All the laboratories are neat and clean

7.This department are giving emphasize on entrepreneurship. There were more than 20 laboratories established by young
entrepreneur who has managed fund and worked here with all the support and now they are earning more that 3-4 lacks taka individually per month.
8.All the teachers are well trained having good research experiences.

Travel / Visit / Tour / Sun Temple, Konârak, India
« on: October 08, 2017, 02:56:27 PM »
 An Architecture Marvel of Eastern India and A symbol of India's heritage, Konark Sun Temple, commonly known as Konark is situated in the eastern state of Odisha (earlier known as Orissa), India and is one of the eminent tourist attractions. Konark houses a massive temple dedicated to the Sun God. The word 'Konark' is a combination of two words 'Kona' and 'Arka'. 'Kona' means 'Corner' and 'Arka' means 'Sun', so when combines it becomes 'Sun of the Corner'. Konark Sun Temple is situated on the north eastern corner of Puri and is dedicated to Sun God. Konark is also known as Arka khetra. There are three images of the Sun God at three different sides of the temple, positioned in proper direction to catch the rays of the sun at morning, noon and evening.

Sun Temple of Konark, built in the middle of 13th century, is a massive conception of artistic magnificence and engineering dexterity. King Narasimhadeva I, the great ruler of the Ganga dynasty had built this temple, with the help of 1200 artisans within a period of 12 years (1243-1255 A.D.). Since the ruler used to worship the Sun, the temple was considered as a chariot for the Sun God. Konark Temple was designed in the form of a gorgeously decorated chariot mounted on 24 wheels , each about 10 feet in diameter, and drawn by 7 mighty horses. It is really difficult to understand, how this huge temple, every inch-space of which was so wonderfully carved, could have been completed within such a short time. Whatever that might be, the konark temple even in its present ruined state, still a wonder to the whole world. Great poet Rabindranath Tagore wrote of Konark: "here the language of stone surpasses the language of man."

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Be a Leader / How to manage failure and success by A.P.J.Abdul kalam
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Career Grooming & Talent Hunt / How we can start a Presentation
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Life Science / Easy ways to protect your eyes
« on: July 16, 2017, 05:06:12 PM »
Eyes are the most sensitive organ of the human body .Taking care of your eyes is very important. There are a lot of ways you can keep your eyes in perfect health . Some of them are elaborated below :

1. Whenever you have problems like itching, uneasiness in your eyes go for eye check-up.

2.Use eye drops for dry eyes, it helps to moist your eyes as well as clean particles.

3.Stop smoking, it increases the risk of eye diseases.

4.Don’t rub your eyes.It can cause irritation of your eyes.

5.Wash your hand first then touch your eyes.

6.Try to maintain healthy diet, consume lots of fresh fruits & vegetables like carrot- its a rich source of Vitamin A.

7.Few Vitamins are necessary for eye health, try to consume multivitamins but consult your doctor first.

8.Whenever going out, under sunlight use sunglasses, it protects your eyes from ultra violate radiation.

9.Be healthy and fit, it does have a nice impact on your eyes.

10.Try to use luminous lights all over your home; it helps to increase your vision.

11.People, who are using contact lens, be aware of its rules. Consult your doctor about using contact lens & its protection.

12.If you have fascination of eye make-up, then use a good brand & take it off very carefully.

13. If you are a computer professional & compelled to spend eight hours a day in front of the computer screen, then try to follow some rule, like take a break after every 20 minutes, place monitor as per your comfort, etc. You can even consult with doctors about how to keep your eyes safe and healthy.


Motion sickness can quickly spoil that long-awaited vacation or business trip. The inner-ear disorder affects balance and equilibrium, possibly leading to queasiness, nausea and vomiting.

The Cleveland Clinic suggests these tips for preventing motion sickness:

    1.If you're prone to motion sickness, don't read in a moving vehicle.

    2.Be sure to get plenty of sleep before traveling.

    3.Skip foods that are acidic or greasy.

    4.Drink lots of water throughout the day, but restrict drinking alcohol.

    5.Avoid smoking and inhaling second-hand smoke, and close contact with other people who have motion sickness.

    6.Lean your head back against the head rest of your seat.

   8. If you're a car passenger, look at the scenery in the distance. If you're the driver, always focus on the road, but shift your eyes a            bit so that you're not always focused on the same spot.


Public Health / Fight Insomnia and Win
« on: July 16, 2017, 04:56:33 PM »
Not being able to fall asleep at a time when you feel most tired and needing rest is a frustrating situation. However, before you chalk yourself up as being a hopeless case, you may benefit from learning that there are simple ways to fight insomnia and win. This involves checking some factors surrounding your sleep time, which may or may not be easily changed, and you may find yourself dozing off more efficiently when you tackle the following questions:

 Is your bedroom clean or messy? Many people have become used to treating their bedroom as an all-in-one room, which means they also work or do other stuff in it. This would result in a room that is very difficult to maintain clean. Even if you believe you are the type of person who can function well in a less-than-tidy room, your brain may think differently. Sometimes a messy bedroom causes restlessness even if you are not conscious of it. As such, it may do you well to create a relaxing atmosphere by keeping your room clean, and if possible, removing any stressful or work-related items from that room. If you have a one-bedroom apartment and really cannot transfer your work station, you can opt to make one corner limited to work just to keep your things organized and not strewn all over the place. If anything, keep your bed area clear.

 How much light does your room get? Even if you are the kind of person who can sleep with the lights on, it may be a good idea to check this factor. For some reason, darkness triggers the release of melatonin, or the sleep hormone. If your room lights are too bright, perhaps you can consider changing your bulbs to those of lower wattage, or add dimmers. If your room faces a bright street lamp, consider putting up heavy blinds or thick curtains to dim your room; they will also help you stay asleep longer by keeping the morning sun out.

What time do you usually exercise? This is important, of course, if you have a workout routine. Intensive workouts are known for making a person more alert, so if you have a workout schedule, check that it does not happen in the evening, or at least not late in the evening. A basic gauge would be to finish your exercise routine at a minimum of three hours before you head to bed.

When and what was your last meal? As crazy as it sounds, what you eat will have repercussions on your sleep, largely because spicy foods tend to cause unsettled stomachs, which makes it harder to fall asleep. Also, if you go to bed with a rumbling, empty tummy, you will be so uncomfortable as to fall off to sleep easily. Of course, it is not advisable to load up on a heavy meal right before sleeping. Instead, you can try taking a glass of warm milk. Interestingly, some experts also recommend eating a handful of nuts or a piece of turkey. These, like milk, contain the amino acid L-tryptophan, which has been proven to induce sleep.

Are you worrying about something? Now, this is a factor that is not too easily gotten rid of, and is perhaps the leading cause of insomnia across all sufferers. It could be worry about money, or about relationship problems, or even an unconscious anxiety about the future. In any case, this cannot be solved in a hurry and you may find ease from it when you deal with the worries during the day. Some people find it comforting to believe in a God who cares for them, who would even give up His life for them, as the belief in perfect love drives away every fear. In any case, you will need a way to vent out those anxieties and find something to give you peace of mind. Once that happens, you will find that falling asleep will no longer be a problem.

These are basic things that you can check in order to fight against your sleeping problem. And surely, you will find yourself winning the battle and enjoying countless nights of beauty sleep to the envy of all your friends!


While the appendix doesn't appear to have a real job in the body, it quickly becomes a concern when inflammation of the organ -- known as appendicitis .

The Cleveland Clinic mentions these warning signs of appendicitis:

 Vomiting and nausea.
 Pain in the lower-right area of the abdomen that becomes worse when touched.
 Soreness just above the belly button that may extend to the lower-right area of the belly.
 Aforementioned pain that worsens when coughing, sneezing, moving around or taking a deep breath.
 Running a mild fever.
 Having diarrhea, constipation or being unable to pass gas.
 Loss of appetite.
 Abdominal swelling.

One should not wait to consult with Doctor if she/he has the following symptoms.

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Pharmacy / Stroke Prevention Tips for Women
« on: July 16, 2017, 04:43:36 PM »
"Knowledge is power," said Dr. Natalia Rost, associate professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School. "If you know that a particular risk factor is sabotaging your health and predisposing you to a higher risk of stroke, you can take steps to alleviate the effects of that risk."

Two leading contributors to stroke are age and family history, which can't be controlled, but factors such as blood pressure and lifestyle behaviors are modifiable, Rost said in a Harvard news release.

Stroke -- sometimes called a brain attack -- occurs when blood flow to the brain is disrupted.

In the June issue of Harvard Women's Health Watch, Rost suggested the following ways to reduce stroke risk:

Manage your blood pressure. Uncontrolled high blood pressure doubles or even quadruples stroke risk. Monitoring blood pressure and treating high blood pressure is an important way to prevent stroke.

Watch your weight. Obesity and the complications linked to it -- such as high blood pressure and diabetes -- boost the risk of having a stroke. For overweight people, losing as little as 10 pounds can reduce stroke risk.

Be active. Exercise helps control weight and blood pressure, and is also an independent reducer of stroke risk. One study found that women who walked three hours a week were less likely to have a stroke than women who didn't walk.

Take baby aspirin. The Women's Health Initiative study found that women over age 65 who took a daily baby aspirin lowered their stroke risk. Aspirin helps reduce stroke risk by preventing blood clots from forming. But if you're considering daily aspirin use, talk to your doctor first.


Pharmacy education in Bangladesh started its journey in 1964 after the establishment of Department of Pharmacy in  the  University  of  Dhaka.  The  first  academic  session  (1964  -1965)  of  the  department  began  with  24  students,  including  4  female students.However,  Pharmacy  as  a  profession  was  recognized  in  Bangladesh  after  the  promulgation  of  Pharmacy  Ordinance1976.  Initially,  the  academic  curriculum  consisted  of  a  3-year  Bachelor  (Honors) and 1-year Master of Pharmacy programs.Lateron, the undergraduate program was upgraded to 4-year Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honors) degree in 1996. In 2010, theundergraduate course was further upgraded to 5-year with  internship  in  hospitals  and  pharmaceutical  industries  in  order  to  cope  with  the  international  Pharm.  D.  (Doctor  of  Pharmacy)  program.  Pharmacy  graduates  in  Bangladesh  are  mainly  employed  in  different  sectors  of pharmaceutical  industries.  Very  recently,  a  few  pharmacists  have  been  employed  as  hospital pharmacists  in  few  highly  reputed  private  hospitals.  However,  hospital,  community  and  clinical  pharmacy  in  Bangladesh  have  not  been well developed due to lack of government policy and hence our people are partly deprived of proper health care services in Bangladesh.

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