Before we begin to share insights on why making your employee training programs in local languages can be a success, it is necessary to understand the meaning of the term “last mile”. Used in supply chain management and transportation, it describes the movement of people and goods from the transportation hub to the final destination. Up to one-third of the total transportation cost goes into this final journey. In a distributed office environment – specifically in the HR syst
What’s the most common statement heard in India’s smaller cities and villages?—lacks of schools offering high school education! It is true that quality educational institutes are not accessible by every Indian student. On the other hand, abundance of smartphones and access to wi-fi has made the urban students lose focus. This is the reason why the concept of m-learning or the use of mobile phones to study is going big. Did you know that an average Indian user spends almost 3
Concentrating on academics is a big challenge for every student. We all have had troubles giving our 100 per cent, undivided attention to studies. It happens! However when you have a series of tests and bi-yearly exams to give from time to time, it becomes essential to focus. We have collated a list of some study hacks to help you concentrate better and make your dreaded study sessions a breeze. Have a look: 1. Heard of mnemonic devices?
Pronounced as ‘ne-mon-ics’, they help
As we mentioned yesterday that Team Oust is organizing KCET 2016 Mock Series in the coming month. Yes, it is definitely exciting to host yet another round of madness/learning after Oustathon 2015 for you all students. Now before we start off with the series, we would like to introduce 4 ways in which you can make the most of Oust for preparation of KCET 2016. Most of you may have come across a lot of mobile applications and online websites that offer the best of the best in a
It’s a given that students of today’s time have technology at their fingertips. Smartphones, tablets, e-books—you all seem to have them right here, next to you. Mobile phones, especially, have become an irrevocable part of your lives. After all, it’s all about conquering the academics in the 21st century and how! According to a report published by Forbes India, Indian consumers, on an average, spend 3 hours and 18 minutes on their smartphones on a daily basis. Needless to say