nifty9036
1+ Views

school management software company India

School management software is mainly focused improve the efficiency of school management process all day to day activity carried out by school is automated reducing the workload up to almost 60% NIFTYSIS is one of the best school erp software you can use school activity like easy to homework management, better exam management, help to do student admission, also parents can be excess to software, school time table schedule management, attendees records just in one click.
#schooladminsoftware #schoolmanagementsoftware #schoolerpsoftware #schoolerpsystem #school #erp #software
Comment
Suggested
Recent
Cards you may also be interested in
College Does Not Make You Invincible To Alcohol Related Deaths
Alcohol. It's everywhere. When you're handed a beer in college, standing at a keg stand, or watching your friends pass around a bottle of vodka, you feel like you're in a movie. This is because American culture has associated the best years of your life with the most dangerous methods of having 'fun'. Underage accessibility to alcohol is extremely easy and the amount of college students sitting in class with a fake ID is higher than students without. The problem though is that everyone wants to get "hammered", "plastered", "sh*t faced", "boozed", "intoxicated", "trashed", and the list goes on and on. "BAC- Blood Alcohol Content" The problem with this mentality is that many college students, especially incoming freshman, or "veteran" seniors think they can drink into oblivion completely disregarding any safety measures. Over time, people build a tolerance to alcohol making it more difficult for a person to have the same amount of impairing effects from alcohol with the same amount of alcohol. This causes people to drink more because you're aiming for the same effects of alcohol. The problem is your alcohol tolerance does not change your BAC, you're still receiving the same amount of alcohol which can lead to very harmful situations where your body will shut down and you die. You are also more prone to accidentally die from puking in your sleep due to suffocation. Sexual assault is extremely common following heavy alcohol consumption. Know the facts. Each year 1,825 college students die from alcohol related deaths between ages 18-24. Next time you drink, know what it can do to your body. You don't want to be another kid in a headline where an entire community mourns over someone who died too young due to poor education of alcohol. Pace yourself. Drink water. Be prepared for a disastrous morning hangover. Don't overdo it. You must always be cautious. Most importantly, you CAN have fun without alcohol. Blood Alcohol Content Chart Effects
Why my old Art teacher should just quit her job.
Ok kids gather round. I got a little story to tell you now that I'm out of High school and on my way to college. This story is about the horrible pain in my side that was my Art class, more specifically my Art teacher, and how I lived through 2 years of torture. How useless can a class get? My teacher wanted us to go around this skeletal frame and take a picture of how we want to draw the skeleton, right? Wrong. After all the effort I went to take a picture, she just told us to delete the photo and shut up. We were just supposed to draw the skeleton like how we saw it from our seat and God forbid if you moved your chair... there'd be hell to pay. Instead of just deleting the photo, I had to do something with it. I get creative with my salt. When the teacher blames a student for a mistake the teacher makes, you know you're in a wonderful class. This chalk project was probably one of the few projects I ever enjoyed. For one, I was already salty about how my teacher always refered to all the characters I drew as "she" even though I made mostly boys. Therefore I decided to draw a boy who loves wearing dresses and kicking ass. Anyways, we had to paint a Picasso dog afterwards, based off of our chalk drawing. Wait, what? I was supposed to draw a dog, but she didn't tell anyone else, and she was infuriated with me in particular despite the fact that only 1% of the class drew a dog. I knew I had to make the dog in such a way that she wouldn't like it but had to say that she did. Thus, the Space Doge that messes with your head no matter how you turn it. The sound of her voice quivering in anger talking about how much she loved my Doge was enough to satisfy my personal vendetta. An assignment that I completed to the t and she ended up hating it. I was supposed to combine something organic and a machine, and while sketching it she said she loved it. However when I was using the sharpie for contrast, she flipped out even though I explained to her that I would. Then she only talked about how disappointed she was with my work. Ahahahahahaha This has got to be one of the things that pissed me off the most. The school had this project going on in most clases on how to unify classes that would be considered opposites, in this case chemistry and art. For one, I was in a class full of sophomores who haven't gotten the chance to take Chemistry. Second, I don't know where my art teacher got her degree to teach, but she didn't know the Periodic table is multicolored for a reason, the Atomic symbols come from latin, and she kept on referring to the elements as chemicals. I tried so hard to explain to her and the class the difference between the atomic number and atomic mass, but she just listened to the incorrect answers from a person who never took Chemistry. Afterwards all she did was trash talk science and anyone who loves science would never know jack about art. Cue me, the science nerd who defenended the scientific community with glory and valor, making her shut the fuck up. On a side note, look, I made art with math lol. The thing that I will never let down is how she insulted my best friend's art style behind her back to me. She said my best friend was unoriginal and untalented. I taught my best friend how to draw, so I was pissed. I made sure she knew that my best friend will conquer the world with her art! On top of that, this teacher is a cringeworthy Anglophile and Francophile. She always spoke in a fake British accent that would make anyone's ears bleed, and always talked about how great Britain and France are and they're better and more civilized than Americans. She's from the South. The 3rd photo here is an example of my best friend's drawings. Have any of you ever had a teacher that you wish would just quit their job? Feel free to tell your stories in the comment section below.
Online Education Degree Choices
When it comes to online education degree choices, the good news is that there are some fantastic options available to you. Online education has opened the doors for many individuals who are looking for a way to further their education and to still remain active in their lives. If you do not have time to go back to school in the traditional method, you may have the time to do so while exploring online education degree choices. What can you learn in these programs? You might be impressed that there are so many specialized as well as general options available to you in this form of education. Consider the following, which is only a very small list of choices that you may have. • Business management specializations in areas such as accounting, general business, strategy and innovation and organization and management • Health care specialization including tpm edblog nursing education, general counselor education, information technology, social and community services, finance, marketing, evaluation, human services • Higher education specializations such as educational leadership and management, instructional design, special education leadership, post secondary and adult education, curriculum and instruction • Human Capital Management Specializations such as organization and management leaderships, leadership coaching, human resource management, management of nonprofit agencies • Information technology specializations such as in information assurance and security, project management, general information technology, software architecture, health informatics • Education specialization K through 12 such as curriculum and instruction, leadership in educational administration, instructional design, early childhood education, sport psychology and educational psychology • Mental health specializations such as general counselor education and supervision, training and performance improvement and professional studies in education These are just some of the options you have in online education degree choices. Students can find online programs for virtually any type of educational goal they have through an online education degree.
Best Businessperson Blogs for Students to Subscribe
Students think of starting a business since being first-year newbies. Here are 5 blogs of successful businesspersons every student should follow. Top 5 Businessperson Blogs a Student Should Follow Modern students wish to become successful business owners much more frequently than they think of other professions. That interest is quite understandable because owning a well-developed and profitable company is a key to life stability and satisfaction. What everyone needs when thinking of business is knowledge. There is never too much of it, especially for future businesspersons. Luckily, the Internet of today is the knowledge base itself. Additionally, many truly rich persons load knowledge and thoughts directly from their heads into the web through writing blogs. So, here are the top 5 blogs by successful and rich business owners that will be useful for any student. Maybe, consider the opportunity to buy essay assistance and use some more time to gain an additional portion of knowledge. Still, what you do here is your call. Tucker Max Net worth: $5 million Blog: tuckermax.com Tucker Max is the Scribe Media company co-founder. The firm is specialized in helping people with writing, publishing, and marketing their books. Tucker Max is the author of four NYT Best Sellers, three of which reached the #1 position on the list. The overall worldwide sales of his book copies exceeded the number of 4.5 billion. Tucker Max is considered to be the person to introduce the original genre of literature named “fratire.” He is among the top-4 writers having three books listed as nonfiction bestsellers by NYT at a time. Additionally, he was the nominee of the Top 100 Most Influential List by the Time Magazine from 2009. In his blog, Tucker publishes tips on business, shares useful life experiences and info on life episodes along with reflections. This blog can be useful for students as it shows the life of a successful businessperson “from the inside” honestly, with all troubles, worries, and benefits. New posts haven’t been published in Tucker Max’s blog for a while. However, the info already available there is still worth your attention. Seth Godin Net worth: $50 million Blog: Seth's Blog Seth Godin is an American entrepreneur, informatics specialist, and economist. He also is a business author and a popular speaker. Additionally, Seth provides a famous blog on marketing. His first job to earn big popularity was the book about Permission Marketing. In his blog, Seth Godin touches multiple topics on business. For instance, he explains the ways to get new sources of income through freelancing, or why maintaining the highest possible product and service quality is critical no matter what. The biggest part of the posts published there won’t take you more than 5 minutes to check. Still, the key business issues and tips are what you can find there for sure. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw Net worth: $4.1 billion. Blog: kiranshaw.blog Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw is an entrepreneur from India. She is the chancellor and director of the Biocon Limited, the biotech company from Bangalore. Mrs. Mazumdar-Shaw is also a former head of the Indian Institute of Management also located in Bangalore. In her blog, Mrs. Mazumdar-Shaw publishes her strategic business development ideas, provides information on potentially profitable branches of an Indian economy, and sometimes shares personal thoughts on global and local events, as well as mentions and explains her achievements. Articles available there can be especially useful for students from India and the entire world planning to start their business in the nearest future, as the info in there is relevant here and now. Richard Branson Net worth: $4.9 billion Blog: virgin.com/richard-branson The founder of the Virgin group nowadays holding over 400 firms in over 30 states, Richard Branson knows the deal in business. Companies included in Virgin Group work in fields of trains, luxury games, and cell phone services. However, the most famous asset of Richard Branson is his airways firm – Virgin Atlantic. In his blog, Richard shares multiple insights on various entrepreneurship topics, starting with great mistakes and ending with the excellent resurrection of businesses. Following his blog can let you understand contemporary leadership ideas, latest trends and effective management, trading or business decisions. Bill Gates Net worth: $129.8 billion Blog: gatesnotes.com Bill Gates does not need any recommendations or explanations. His name speaks for itself. The founder of Microsoft, the second richest person of the planet (after Jeff Bezos, the owner of Amazon), and one of the most consistent philanthropists, William Henry Gates III is a business genius of today. A genius, willingly sharing his knowledge in the personal blog. There, you can find books Gates recommends to read, book reviews, articles on business, and opinions on many topics starting with the thoughts on pandemic and ending with the climate problems of a modern world. See how the richest genius thinks, and you’ll learn a lot.
5 Things From Pre-School You Wish You Had In Adulthood
Coloring Books If you haven't heard, adult coloring books were all the rage this year. Obviously they're slightly more complex photos with no Disney characters but the serve the same purpose. They relieve stress! Coloring is therapeutic for many people and if coloring in the picture of a flower or a bear in a river, so be it. Preschool coloring was merely a distraction for young minds allowing them to embrace creativity, color outside out of the lines, and figure out their favorite color. Today, adults love coloring books because they keep them sane after a long day at work. Nap Time Adults today and especially teenagers are more sleep deprived than ever. Our schedules are packed, we don't see sleep as crucial, and our phones light up the night. Businesses are open later just because of this and your work for school and your job is more important than achieving shut eye. Nap time during preschool kept kids energetic and happy, it hasn't changed for adults. A nap can do wonders in a person. After all, sleep is essential day to day even if many feel the need to skip it. Recess A break today is squeezing in lunch between classes or eating at your desk. Offices impose quiet spaces to prevent you from talking to coworkers. Your break room is the size of a box and the longer you take on a break, the more you seem replaceable to a boss. Recess is so important for adults and children alike because it lets our minds take a break from the stress. This not only makes people more productive but improves their overall well being. Imagine 15 minutes every other hour just to pause and relax, how nice would that be? No Phones Think about how many times your phone buzzes in one day. Texts, tweets, emails, calls, snapchat, Facebook tagging, Instagram likes and the list goes on and on. When you were in preschool, the only stress you had was if you could win freeze tag or if you could run the fastest. You met your friends on the playground without needing a texting play by play of how close you were to the meeting place. Phones have destroyed communication. We base our worth on "likes" and followers. Though I love my iPhone, there are so many days when I would love to get off the grid for a bit. No Bills Mortgage. Car payment. Phone bill. Utilities. Credit card debt. Insurance. Student Loans. Healthcare. Taxes. Cable. Should I go on? Bills consume the lives of older teenagers and adults. A pre-schooler doesn't have any concept for money, let a lone a bill. Bills are important because they pay for the things we enjoy however they can create a lot of stress and unhappiness as people can literally drown in overwhelming debt. Preschool is nice because no bills, no problem. You get to wake up every morning without the worry that you've missed your phone bill for the month. Just one more thing to think about.
Raising Sharp Readers
Here's an excellent article by Colby and Aliana Sharp, about how they are raising their three (soon to be four) children as readers. Colby is a founding member of The Nerdy Book Club, and I've followed his blog for years, but this insight into how he and his wife foster a love of reading at home provides great tips to share with parents. I've always believed surrounding children with books makes it inevitable that they will explore them, even if they can't read them yet. Corralling them on a single bookcase means books are easier to overlook. Remember, books are competing in most houses for attention. Leave them everywhere--they're not clutter, they're decor:) Be a reader yourself. One of my friends, an avid reader and book reviewer, remembers her mother stirring a pot with a book in her hand. Dinner was often overcooked, but reading was established as something very important! For some of us, local bookstores are a thing of the past, but the internet can allow you to connect your child with authors, keep up to date on new releases, and yes, seek out those elusive author visits, even if you have to drive a bit. Other tips that Colby and Aliana share include giving books as gifts (that's all I send my nieces and nephews. Scour the end of the year best book lists if you're not familiar with new children's books, or give classics that you enjoyed.) Also, frequent visits to the library to ensure you have a great selection--our library allows unlimited checkouts, and I love seeing a child carrying a large sack of books out the door. While you're at the library, be sure to explore all there is on offer--let your children pick out CDs or videos, play with puzzles or toys, etc. Our library has an outdoor space connected to the children's library. Believe me, creating positive memories about the library don't just have to involve books, but they will get kids back in the door when they're older! There are several other interesting tips in this article, so be sure to read it in its entirety, then share with parents with young ones.