http://WWW.K2SOLUTIONGROUP.COM
K2SOLUTIONS 5979bee9a4e6950bbc52f7f6 False 4594 14
OK
background image not found
Updates
2018-10-18T10:21:58
update image not found
IELTS – With the Leader – K2 Solutions Institute · Experience of training over 10000 students · Original Material — Official Cambridge University IELTS preparation books · Faculty With Specialization In Test Preparation · Includes Interactive CD-ROM With Full Practice Test · Intensive Mock Speaking Sessions · Information And Strategies For Each Section Of The Test · Audio Scripts Played In Classroom For Listening Practice · Critical Test-Taking Techniques · Query Sessions With Faculty · Realistic Practice Tests In Classroom · Limited Batch Size For Excellent Results · Batch flexibility to suit your timings · Morning and evening batches is are available. · IELTS registration are also available. Venue :- K2 Solutions Institute, SCO no 6, First Floor, Novelty Plaza, Bhai Bhala Chownk, Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana Phone No 9216345675, 9316345675, 9356345675 Email-id :- bm@k2solutiongroup.com
2018-10-18T10:16:39
update image not found
Irish Author Anna Burns on October 16, 2018 won the Britain’s renowned Man Booker Prize 2018 for her third novel ‘Milkman’. Burns received the award from Prince Charles’ wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, as well as 50000 pounds (USD 65900) as the prize money. Note With this, Burns became the first writer from Northern Ireland to win the Booker Prize. The previous Irish winners were John Banville, Anne Enright and Roddy Doyle. She is also the first woman to win the award since 2013, when Eleanor Catton took the award for ‘The Luminaries’. The judges of the annual award praised Anna Burns’ work as utterly distinctive. Burns was born in the Northern Irish capital Belfast in 1962 and now lives in southern England. She had previously authored two novels – ‘No Bones’ and ‘Little Constructions’. ‘Milkman’ • Milkman is an exploration of Northern Ireland’s three decades of violence told through the voice of a young woman. • The novel chronicles the struggles of a middle sister in a family as she confronts rumour, social pressures and politics amid violent sectarian divisions in her community. • It is a story of brutality, sexual encroachment and resistance threaded with mordant humour. • In an interview posted by the Booker Prize foundation, Burns said that “Milkman was inspired by her own experience… I grew up in a place that was rife with violence, distrust and paranoia, and peopled by individuals trying to navigate and survive in that world as best as they could.” Finalists The finalists competing for the 2018 Man Booker Prize were: Esi Edugyan for her novel “Washington Black” which is about a young slave who escapes from a plantation in Barbados by hot-air balloon Daisy Johnson for “Everything Under”, a modern-day retelling of a classical myth that imagines Oedipus as a female lexicographer. It will be published soon in the United States by Graywolf Press in Minneapolis. Rachel Kushner for “The Mars Room”, telling the story of a woman imprisoned for killing an abusive man who was stalking her. Richard Powers for “The Overstory”, a multi-part story about trees and people who dedicate their lives to saving them. Robin Robertson for “The Long Take, ” a book that mixes poetry and prose to tell the story of a traumatised World War II veteran who has left his home in Nova Scotia to see America. It will be published in the United States in November by Knopf. Man Booker Prize • Established in 1969, the Man Booker Prize recognises the judges choice of “the best original novel written in English and published in the UK”. • Initially, Man Booker Prize was only open to writers from Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth nations until it began permitting authors from other English-speaking countries in 2014. • Last year’s Booker Prize went to “Lincoln in the Bardo, ” by American writer George Saunders.
2018-10-18T10:15:36
update image not found
The World Economic Forum (WEF) on October 16, 2018 released the Global Competitiveness Report 2018. The report publishes the Global Competitiveness Index, ranking 140 countries on the basis of 98 indicators organised into 12 pillars. These 12 pillars are Institutions; Infrastructure; ICT adoption; Macroeconomic stability; Health; Skills; Product market; Labour market; Financial system; Market size; Business dynamism; and Innovation capability. India’s rank on the Global Competitiveness Index 4.0 India was ranked as the 58th most competitive economy with a score of 62.0 on the Global Competitiveness Index 2018. India jumped five spots from 2017, the largest gain among G20 economies. As per the report, India leads the region in all other areas of competitiveness except for health, education and skills. As per the report, India’s greatest competitive advantages include its market size and innovation. India ranked highest among South Asian countries. Sri Lanka was ranked 86th, Bangladesh 103rd, Pakistan 107th and Nepal 109th. Key Highlights • The report states that the global economy is projected to grow nearly 4 percent in 2018 and 2019. • On the list of 140 economies, the United States topped the list with a score of 85.6, followed by Singapore and Germany at the second and the third positions respectively. • Other countries in the top 10 include Switzerland (4th), Japan (5th), Netherlands (6th), Hong Kong (7th), United Kingdom (8th), Sweden (9th) and Denmark (10th). • In Europe, Sweden is ranked the highest among the Nordic economies at 9th position, while France (17th) is among the top 20. Countries such as Germany and Switzerland set the global standards for innovation. • Chile (33rd) leads the Latin America and the Caribbean region by a wide margin, ahead of Mexico (46th) and Uruguay (53rd). Insecurity and weak institutions are two of the biggest challenges for most countries in the region. • Competitiveness performance in the Middle East and North Africa remains diverse, with Israel (20th) and the United Arab Emirates (27th), leading the way in their respective regions. • 17of the 34 sub-Saharan African economies are among the bottom 20. Mauritius (49th) leads the region, ahead of South Africa and nearly 91 places ahead of Chad (140th). • India remained the “South Asia‘s main driving force” with 58th rank. • Among the BRICS economies, China topped the list at 28th place with a score of 72.6, followed by Russia, India, South Africa and Brazil respectively. Global Competitiveness Index 4.0 The 2018 edition of the Global Competitiveness Report introduced the new Global Competitiveness Index 4.0 (GCI 4.0). The new index sheds light on an emerging set of drivers of productivity and long-term growth in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The GCI 4.0 provides novel insights on four factors that will grow in significance as the Fourth Industrial Revolution gathers pace. These four factors are human capital, innovation, resilience and agility.
2018-10-18T10:13:43
update image not found
K2 Solutions has created tailored courses for students who aspire to get into IIT/JEE , NEET or any other prestigious Engineering or Medical college in India. The course aims to guide students to understand the concepts and their applications in detail. Intensive testing results in high scores in competitive exams. At K2 Solutions , teachers adopt flipped classroom teaching, using a learning management system. This methodology ensures better comprehension, higher retention and application of concepts. All students are provided tablets to view recorded lectures of modules as per the time table circulated by the teacher and answer MCQ tests at their home. The teacher then covers the same topic in class, thus ensuring a higher level of interaction and knowledge flow. At the end of each class, the teacher releases one or more MCQ tests through the teacher app to the students. This results in better retention. Teachers monitor all student activity and performance on the Learning Management System, enabling a more personalized learning. Venue :- K2 Solutions Institute, SCO no 6, First Floor, Novelty Plaza, Bhai Bhala Chownk, Ferozepur Road, Ludhiana Phone No 9216345675 , 9316345675 , 9356345675 Email Id : bm@k2solutiongroup.com
2018-10-18T10:12:21
update image not found
Joining a K2 Solutions for nannies can be highly beneficial since we often have a wide variety of resources available to members that can help advance their career. The International Nanny Association (INA) provides access to continuing education information, mentoring programs, and other services. Additionally, the INA offers two professional exams for members. The basic skills exam tests a person's childcare knowledge in the areas of health, safety, nutrition and professionalism. The INA credential exam tests applicants on practical childcare knowledge, such as child guidance, family communication, multicultural awareness, and management skills. Passing these exams and earning their respective credentials can help you out to families when applying for jobs. Address : K2 SOLUTIONS Institute , sco-6 , 1st Floor , Novelty Plaza , Opp. Park Plaza , Bhai Wala Chowk Ferozepur Road , Ludhiana. Phone No. : 9216345675 , 9316345675 , 9356345675 Email Id : bm@k2solutiongroup.com
false