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College Photos – Best Way To Choose The Right College

Today, countless number of colleges has come into existence and choosing one from them is really a tough job. If you are facing the same problem, then you can trust web portals to offer you all kinds of information like college photos, reviews etc. Choosing the right college after passing out of high school is a big decision for everyone. Not only the students, but also parents face the same problem of choosing the right college for their children.

The college you study will help in shaping your future. Therefore, it becomes very important to make a wise selection as your decision will have a great impact on your life. Getting an idea of the colleges through images will be very helpful in making the right selection. Many websites feature college pictures that will give you a clear idea of what your college will look like. You can also take a look at very attractive photos at the college websites and brochures. They include photos of building of every department, campus, labs and classes, college hostels, functions etc. Sometimes, they also feature photos of topper students. Pictures can tell stories more clearly and hence they can become the perfect guide that will help you choose the best college.

With the advent of the internet, the process of searching for a college with quality education ahs becomes much simpler. Even though newspapers and journals will give you enough information, but going through them one by one is really a tough job. It is also very tiring and time consuming. Now-a-day, instead of calling counselors and sitting at libraries to gather information, students prefer to browse websites in their search for the best college. The main advantage of going online is that you can get all the information at one platform. The networking sites providing college reviews will offer you the right information about different colleges in the form of college movies. They also feature articles written by students currently studying in these institutions. Pictures and videos uploaded by them will give you a crystal clear image of everything that you want to know.

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Golden Nugget College Football Lines – 2010 College Football Predictions

Golden Nugget College Football Lines

If last season’s Rose Bowl performance against Oregon is any sign of things to come, the Ohio State Buckeyes could be on their way to a sixth straight Big Ten title and maybe even a national championship. The Buckeyes bring back a lot of talent on both sides of the football, and they should benefit from a kind schedule. Ohio State gets all four of its non-conference games in the horseshoe, and, of those four, Miami appears to be the only challenge. Late in the season, either Penn State or Iowa could potentially trip up the Buckeyes, but they would still likely earn a share of the conference title with just one loss. Quarterback Terrelle Pryor is a gifted athlete at the quarterback position who appears ready to enter Heisman Trophy discussions. The Buckeyes also have NFL talent at every level of their defense with guys like Cameron Heyward and Ross Homan expected to take their games to another level. Golden Nugget College Football Lines

Offense – The offense starts with Pryor, and it will succeed as long as it allows Pryor to make plays with his legs as well as his arm. Pryor led the Buckeyes in rushing with 779 yards in 2009, and he scored seven times on the ground in the process. I really like it when the Buckeyes roll him out, giving him the run pass-pass option. Add talented running backs Brandon Saine and Boom Herron to the mix, and the Buckeyes have one stacked backfield. Wide receiver DeVier Posey is coming off a strong season, catching 60 passes for 828 yards and eight touchdowns. He will be Pryor’s go-to guy, and Dane Sanzenbacher will benefit when opposing defenses pay too much attention to Posey. A big offensive front with four of five returning starters will be the glue.

Defense – The Buckeyes bring back six starters on the defensive side of the football, and there is plenty of confidence surrounding the guys that are stepping in. The front seven is strong with defensive end Cameron Heyward, defensive tackle Dexter Larimore and linebackers Ross Homan and Brian Rolle leading the charge. This should allow the Buckeyes to hold their opponents under the three yards per carry mark as they did in 2009. In addition to leading the team in tackles (108), Homan also led the Buckeyes in interceptions (5). The secondary returns three of four starters and is led by strong safety Jermale Hines. Golden Nugget College Football Lines

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Sri Jayachamarajendra College Of Engineering



Main building and Administrative Block.

Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering was started in the year 1963, which was inaugurated by Dr. T. M. A. Pai, who was the then Chairman of the Manipal Academy of Higher Education. Initially it was under the auspices of the JSS Mahavidyapeetha, with the inspiration of His Holiness Jagadguru Lingaikya Dr Sri Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamigalavaru of Suttur Matt. Courses in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering branches were started first. In 1968 the first batch of Students as Engineering Graduates came out.

Over The Years

SJCE was the first college in Karnataka to introduce Electronics and Communication branch of engineering in the year 1968. Bachelor’s degree programs in Instrumentation in the year 1978, Computer Science and Engineering during 1982, Information Science and Engineering in the year 2000, were subsequently introduced. Many Undergraduate and Post Graduate courses were also started. The college has been securing good results successively in the examinations held by both the University of Mysore and Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum.

A View Of The Campus From The CS Department.

It has been approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) and has been awarded with an ‘A’ grade for five of its departments. It has been selected as a lead institute for assistance by the World Bank under TEQIP Scheme of the Government of India. The college has been identified as one of the centers for implementing the TEQUIP programme, envisaged by the Governments of India and Karnataka . The college maintains active interactions with other academic institutions such as the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. . The college is now being converted into an autonomous institute .


The campus is spread over a single campus of 120 acres that is located adjacent to Manasa Gangothri (the campus of the University of Mysore) and the All India Institute of Speech and Hearing.


Under Graduate Courses (Day College)

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Industrial Production & Engineering

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Electronics & Communication Engineering

Instrumentation Technology

Information Science & Engineering

Computer Science & Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Polymer Science & Technology

Bio-Technology Engineering

Construction Technology and Management

Under Graduate Courses (Evening College)

Mechanical Engineering

Electrical & Electronics & Engineering

Electronics & Communication

Computer & Engineering

Postgraduate Courses

M.Tech in Industrial Electronics,

M.Tech in Industrial Structures

M.Tech in Ground Engineering

M.Tech in Network & Internet Engineering

M.Tech in Environmental Engineering

M.Tech in Maintenance Engineering

M.Tech in Computer Engineering

M.Tech in Software Engineering

M.Tech in Biomedical Instrumentation

Master of Engineering Management

M.Tech in Energy System & Management

Master of Computer Applications

Master of Business Administration

M.Tech in polymer science and technology

M.Tech in VLSI Design and Embedded System (VTU Extension Center)

JSS International Institute Of Professional Studies

Established in 1998 with the objective of helping JSS Students who are planning to go abroad for further studies. JSS IIPS is a recognized center of Edexcel, London to offer Edexcel courses in India. JSS IIPS is offering National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) courses of Edexcel. Mahavidyapeetha has entered into an agreement with University of Teesside, Middlesbrough, UK and University of West Virginia, USA for transfer of students. ND and HND completed students can join UK or USA Universities to pursue their studies further

website: http://iips.jssonline.org/


National Diploma

Higher National Diploma


Library And Information Centre

The centre is equipped with over 70,000 volumes relalted to Science and Engineering, Encyclopaedias, Dictionaries, Hand Books, Data Books etc. and over a hundred magazines and journals every month. It also has a collection of ISI specifications, Project Reports and Dissertations, Doctoral Thesis and Proceedings of Conferences and Monographs. It also provides audio visual facilities, photo copying facilities, book bank facilities etc.


SJCE Auditorium .

SJCE’s auditorium Hall, located on one side of the staff room besides the civil engineering deparrtment, can accommodate 300 people. Complete with Videorama, Slide Projector, LCD & Overhead Projector, Sound System etc., it is used for seminars, meetings, group use of audiovisual material, etc.

Physical Education

A standard football, hockey, cricket ground, basketball court, tennis court, and volleyball courts have been maintained by the Department of Physical Education. Outdoor and indoor recreation facility is available both during and after college hours, in its sports complex building. College’s sports council also conducts annual sport events every year. Inter collegiate and VTU Tournaments are also organized.


The H Block of the SJCE Boys Hostel.

The SJCE Girls Hostel.

The College has separate hostel facilities for about 500 boys and 210 girls. The boys’ hostel is located in the college premises, in several blocks namely the H Block, L Block, M Block, PG Block and the GH Block all located on the north-end of the campus. The hostel runs a mess. A separate TV room and reading room are provided in the Boys’ Hostel. The girls hostel is also located on the south-end of the campus.

Health Care

A Health Care Unit has been provided on the campus with a qualified physician. The centre is supported with necessary equipment and medicines. The centre works between 10.00 a.m and 2.00 p.m on all working days.

Scholarships and Awards

SJCE offers scholarships and awards to deserved and eligible students for their future education and benefits based on their performance. The eligible students can apply for fee concession/scholarship in the prescribed application form available in the scholarship section. The college has instituted Medals and Cash awards several endowment scholarships are also available.

Campus Recruitments For BE, MCA and MTech

The campus recruitments in the college consists of the following companies visiting the college and offering the jobs.. The procedure consists of some tests and interview… Few companies also provide internships for the students whom they have recruited.. Few companies visit the campus exclusively to offer internships..





I-Flex solutions







HP Procurve

Hp application





L and T Emsys

L and T infotech

L and T ECC


TVS Motors









Oracle Corporation





Robert Bosch



Tata Elexi

National Instruments


Analog Devices



Panical Media & Entertainment

Wipro VLSI


Freescale Semiconductor(Software division)



Sony India Software Center

SoftJin Technologies

Research groups

WINGS stands for Wireless Innovation Group of SJCE, a core wireless research group.

Science and Technology Entrepreneurs Park

Product Development Centre and STEP.

The college has evolved an innovative programme called Product Development Centre. This centre identifies some of the students projects, which are commercially viable and develop them into prototypes and test for reliability. The product is offered to the students, employees or even outsiders for being commercially exploited.

SJCE-STEP – The SJCE Science and Technology Entrepreneurs Park was established with the sponsorship of Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI), Department of Science and Technology, Government of Karnataka and Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering. Some of the activities of STEP are in the areas of Entrepreneurship Development Programmes, Technology Transfer, Mass Employment Generation through Science and Technology, Information Centre etc. SJCE-STEP is one of the first 3 STEPs and has been accredited as the BEST STEP among the 14 STEPs established across the country. STEP SJCE provides services in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Skill Development, Consultancy and Continuing Education Programmes.

Innovative projects such as industrial design of a small Electronic Exchange equipment, cordless microphone, electronic choke for fluorescent lamps have been successfully completed. In collaboration with the Community Polytechnic, STEP is engaged in technology transfer to rural areas. About 350 smokeless chulas have been installed, besides putting up several biogas plants.

The Information Centre established by STEP offers its membership to industries. Reference volume standards, different types of Hand Books, Information on Industrial Policy, Industrial licensing etc., are available. Besides these, a computer data bank on Expert resources, Manufacturers Index, Supplier Index, etc. has established to cater to the members. The Information Centre is hooked up to the National Informatics Center Network through a NICNET terminal. The SJCE-STEP is now establishing a Quality Assurance Centre, in order to cater to the growing requirements of local Industries.

Extracurricular activities

The college has one of the best quiz clubs – The Greycells in Karnataka[citation needed]. The club was started by Jayanth Munipalli and Akshay Bharadwaj in 1999. The weekly quiz, (conducted till date) ‘WeKuiz’ is a huge hit. The SJCE students have twice won (2001 and 2003) the Times of India Ascent Quiz conducted by the Times Group in addition to numerous other intercollegiate quizzes held in and around the city[citation needed]. The college IEEE and CSI branches, wholly managed by the students, are the most active student branches of the two organizations in the whole of the state of Karnataka[citation needed]. The technical expertise of the Linux Campus Club – SJCE has filled the thirst of young minds,[citation needed] it is an organization with a primary goal of fostering the use of free open source software among the students its activities include conducting sessions on tools, packages, programming languages and other technical topics related to FOSS, talks by members of open source community, conducting workshops to facilitate hands-on experience to supplement the sessions conducted[citation needed].

IEEE-SJCE and CSI-SJCE chapters conduct several weekly events ranging from aptitude and technical tests to workshops, which greatly benefit the student. They also conduct annual technical fests which are attended by students from around the nation. The IEEE-SJCE conducts two fests, Tuxedo – a technical fest dedicated solely to free and open source software during the odd semester (the 5th edition was held recently) and Cyberia – A National Level technical fest during the even semester. The CSI conducts its annual technical fest, Technologix during the even semester. A pure technical symposium to be conducted by the CSI during the odd semester is well in the pipeline. The official college magazine editorial board, JC ED, is very active and keeps churning out creative masterpieces year after year[citation needed] . Their recent release had the name JayZine (2007) and was a beacon of creativity and imagination.[citation needed] They also organize a yearly literary extravaganza called ‘Shabd’. The college’s annual fest ‘Jayciana’ is one of the popular student events in the state[citation needed] .

External links

SJCE Official Website

The SJCEnet

Linux campus Club – SJCE

Linux campus Club – SJCE FOSSCAMP Homepage

Official Website of IEEE Student Branch of SJCE

Official Website of CYBERIA, the flagship event of IEEE-SJCE Student Branch

CSI-SJCE Student Branch

CSI-SJCE Technologix

|shabd||, The literary extravaganza

SJCE community in Orkut

SJCE ISE Department Website.

NEOGENE biotech student association

Detailed College Profile

OSUM(open source community)

Distinguished Alumni

Navakant Bhat (Associate Professor, ECE Dept, IISc Bangalore)

Harish Devanagondi (CTO & Co-Founder Greenfield Networks, acquired by CISCO Systems).

Akhilesh Yadav (Lok Sabha MP, son of Shri Mulayam Singh Yadav)

Shanmughan Manjunath (The slain IOCL officer)

Srinivasa Narasimhan ( Assistant Professor, Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University )

Ravi Pai (MD, Softjin Corp)

Javagal Srinath (Cricketer).

Prahlad Srinath (Tennis Player).

Vijay Prakash (Well known singer of the verse “Jai-Ho” from Academy Award winning movie Slumdog-Millionaire).

Rakesh Kumar (Chief Architect, Standard & Poor’s)

Sanjith.S.Shetty (MD &Vice chairman Soham Renewable Energy India Pvt Ltd)

Distinguished Faculty

Prof. Chidananda Gowda – Former Vice Chancellor of Kuvempu University.

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Mothers: Earn Your Degree At A Junior College

To many people junior college isn’t “real” school. For women with children, 2-year colleges actually have some tremendous advantages. Community colleges welcome bright students, and they have many benefits to offer. Financial aid is a common concern, but taking care of that is part of the package as well.

In the past the dominating perception has been that community colleges are for slackers or students who cant get admitted to real colleges. In reality many community colleges offer stimulating classes and often are right in your back yard. Young mothers who recently graduated high school obviously benefit from this situation, but so also do older mothers. Started in 2009, the Scholarships for Moms program helps to enroll moms in colleges and universities of all kinds. A $ 5,000 award to return to school is a huge incentive.

Financial savings are a significant factor of attending junior college. Moms who apply for a $ 5,000 grant certainly want to be cost conscious when going to school. Consider that most college and university educations cost tens of thousands of dollars, but that isn’t so at junior colleges. Having high SAT scores and GPA could result in a 2-year college paying through scholarships for that bright student to come to that school. A young mom could greatly benefit from being rewarded for her efforts in high school. A mother can take care of a number of necessary expenses using the $ 5,000 Pell Grant.

At junior colleges many students will find that they have study opportunities that are similar to 4-year schools. In 2002, the New York Times reported that more than 150 junior colleges have an honors section. Many also have study opportunities that reflect the opportunities at big liberal arts universities. Some schools with high achievement have been able to develop unique study abroad opportunities. All of these diverse courses and study opportunities expand students knowledge and help them enroll in 4-year colleges.

With scholarships for mothers, junior colleges are even more in reach than before. The local college scene is a great place to make use of the $ 5,000 Pell Grant for moms. Junior colleges are fully capable of producing capable professionals who move into work or go on to get an advanced degree. A 2-year associate degree is a great start to sound career development.

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Quality in College Teaching


All of the same principles of brain-friendly teaching apply to teaching college students and other adults as much as they apply to K-12 students. However, for years, the problem of NOT observing the principles had been more pervasive in some colleges than in others. Too frequently, there has been an emphasis on just lecturing and even on use of unqualified teaching assistants in a number of college programs. Fortunately, a growing number of colleges and universities are now beginning to focus very strongly on the quality of teaching. This article is intended to assist in that focusing.

Questions on Quality

Consider the difference between a “yes” answer or a “no” answer to each of the questions for a professor who teaches in a college or university:

1. Does my course have defined student performance objectives? 2. Does the course provide learning style and talent options for students? 3. Do I use formative assessment?

QUESTION #1. “Yes” means I can define clear expectations to students in advance, perhaps even giving them the gift of some clear standards or rubrics. “No” means that students can begin to play a wasteful and negative guessing game – – What will be on the final exam? Perhaps tuition should be refunded in the latter case!

QUESTION #2. “Yes” provides students with the gift of being able to use their special talents and backgrounds. “No” often means that everyone is expected to learn in the same way at the same rate, a pretense that human brains and backgrounds are all identical!

QUESTION #3. “Yes” represents teaching, helping students to learn (the basic job responsibility of a teacher). “No” can represent the I-lectured-you-failed-approach, an approach where the lecturer could be replaced with an audio or video tape recording!

Do the above points seem too blunt or harsh? Consider two events that this author actually experienced as a college student:

EVENT #1. I enrolled in a French course as a freshman without any K-12 background in French. I was also a visual learner, one who found visual materials very helpful to my learning. The instructor had just come to the United States from France, spoke English haltingly and depended solely on our using a text written in French for oral translations in class (primarily auditory learning). He was not interested in the different backgrounds of the students, some with two or more years of French in high school and some with no French background at all. I was lost and quickly transferred to a Spanish course where the instructor explored our backgrounds, provided many approaches to learning (magazines with pictures, films, in class role playing, etc.), and constantly checked on individual progress in order to give individualized assistance. I learned to love Spanish because of a teacher who used brain-friendly techniques.

EVENT #2. I enrolled in a computer programming course in which we learned to program in FORTRAN. The performance goal was to construct a program that worked. At the end of the course, we were sent to a centralized computer center which most of us had never visited before to test (pass or fail) our program. Each individual who had never been to the center “failed” since we were unable to enter our program in the computer with its card system. Of course, we had never been taught how to enter the data cards or even been told that we would have to do that. An undisclosed performance objective was used to determine final grades!

The details on using basic quality techniques to avoid negative events like those described above are described in other articles on the resource web site. Certainly many college teachers use the quality techniques in ways that promote great learning. The problem for colleges is to help all college teachers to do that. So let us look at a final recommendation.

A Final Recommendation

Every college or university that does not have a center or system for promoting quality in teaching should create such a center or system as a matter of basic responsibility to its customers. Such a center or system should:

1. Use research and faculty participation to define basic standards of teaching quality focused on brain-friendly teaching and constant improvement in learning.

2. Promote use and evaluation of the use of those standards with the help of both faculty members and students.

3. Establish faculty seminars and sharing programs to help professors and instructors and teaching assistants to implement and constantly improve the teaching standards. Again, the resource web site can be helpful here.

It is important that the system apply to all instructional departments and courses. Special attention should be given to preparing students to understand and assist with the process. Finally, of course, the use of teaching quality standards should be a major part of the learning in all teacher training programs.

Related articles on quality techniques in all teaching can be found on this resource web site – http://www.SuccessInTeaching.info maintained by Ronald Fitzgerald, D.Ed.

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Moms: Get Your Degree at a 2-Year College

To many people junior college isn’t “real” school. Trying to attend school as a mother, however, means seriously looking into junior college options. There are a number of academic and personal benefits to attending a junior college, and these schools eagerly welcome high-achievers. Earning money to go to school is also an important but not impossible task. It’s a big myth that junior colleges aren’t for serious students. Strong course work, lower tuition and geographic nearness are three of the best characteristics of community colleges. Mothers who work could especially benefit from the 2-year college system. For moms who want to gain knowledge and degrees, the Obama scholarships for mothers are a strong financial benefit. A $ 5,000 award to return to school is a huge incentive. One of the biggest attractions to junior colleges is the financial savings. Moms who apply for a $ 5,000 grant certainly want to be cost conscious when going to school. The tuition at a community college is tens of thousands of dollars cheaper than big 4-year universities. There is much competition at liberal arts colleges for scholarships, but at many junior colleges high SAT scores and GPA almost guarantee a significant scholarship. A young mom could greatly benefit from being rewarded for her efforts in high school. Travel expenses and housing are just a couple of the other necessary expenses that could be covered with the $ 5,000 grant. At junior colleges many students will find that they have study opportunities that are similar to 4-year schools. Many 2-year schools give their high-achieving students the chance to enroll in the school’s honors program. Many also have study opportunities that reflect the opportunities at big liberal arts universities. A good example is the junior college that offers study credits in places such as London and French Polynesia. The benefit is that students gain a broader perspective of the world, and colleges are able to attract more students. Grants for ambitious moms will certainly make junior colleges even more attainable. The $ 5,000 grants for moms can ensure that junior college is within reach. Going to school in a less pressurized environment can greatly affect performance and make achievement seem more attainable. A 2-year associate degree is a great start to sound career development.

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Prior To Making The Decision – Life Without A College Degree

I run an executive recruiting firm meaning that I only recruit employers who are at a base salary of $ 100,000 and above and I’m writing this article because I hope you want to be at this level someday. I will be straight about it; you will not succeed if you don’t finish college. Yes, there are people like Bill Gates who dropped out of college and had a huge career, reinventing the way the world works. However, would you move to Los Angeles just because Nicholas Cage got paid 10 million dollars last film? Here are some reasons, both obvious and underlying, as to why you have no choice when it comes to finishing your degree.

1. You will not be viable on the open job market. If I think somebody is right for a job, I send them to my client. However, I always have to put on the resume “did not finish school.” It is my obligation to my clients and most decline to interview the candidate. I have to really push to get someone who did not finish college into these interviews. Though, with so many good applicants applying who have their degree, why would I continue to pitch the single person who does not?
Yes. Without finishing school, you can be successful. However, when trying to get into an executive level position, do you want a “did not finish school” tag on your resume? If you don’t finish school, don’t bother thinking about this question because 99% of the time, it won’t be a concern to you. You won’t make it to that level. Your career counselors aren’t lying to you.

2. Your writing skills will lack. Writing is so important these days. Nobody likes to speak on the phone anymore. Everything is done via email. In business, you not only have to formulate really strong ideas, but you have to be able to convey them in a succinct, clear manner. Plus, for marketing purposes, writing is getting more and more important.

3. You will get the most miserable jobs – we’re talking subpar miserable. Throughout college I had a job as a doorman at a 5th Avenue, very plush Manhattan building. For some reason, it did not have automatic elevators. My job was to take these people up and down the elevator all day. The only reason I got this job was through a connection from high school and it paid great. On the flip side, imagine going to work every day and not being able to use your creativity. Your brain shuts off and when that happens, you become complacent. Complacency is the enemy of success.

4. It can give people leverage over you. Let’s say that you were up against somebody for a promotion and they were a real you know what. Any time they want to, they make a snide remark, in a roundabout way regarding your education. Don’t give people an excuse to believe they are somehow better than you.

5. You will feel uncomfortable in social situations. For the rest of your life, you are not going to be part of a club that most adults are in or the weight your professional opinion holds. Now, when you get older, what college you went to is going to come up in conversations from time to time and you will feel embarrassed. Additionally, people will hold your comments and opinions with far less weight. It’s not fair, but it’s the real world. In 99% of situations, who would you take a stock tip from – a MBA or college drop-out.

6. You will feel uncomfortable in business situations. Some people like to be uninteresting, annoying, etc., and they do this via bragging about the college they went to. If they were as important as they claimed they were, they probably would not have time to go on about college in New Haven. However, always be polite and never point this out. It’s a fact of life that you are going to run into these people.

7. For the rest of your life, you will feel as if you did not complete nor accomplish what so many others have. I can promise you that this one will stick. I own my business and, if I didn’t finish school, I would regret it. I thought about it at times. I’m glad I stuck through as the work which I have done is now part of who I am.
8. Good Will Hunting is just a movie. If I were to pick 2,000 U.S. universities and we were to be how many janitors at each of those colleges is fit to be an executive, how many would you say there are?

Ken Sundheim runs KAS Placement, a sales and marketing recruitment agency with multiple divisions: Recruitment Agencies Sales Staffing Agencies with a group that handles New York Recruitment Agencies New York Staffing Agencies and the DC marketing division Recruitment Agencies Washington DC Marketing Recruiters

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Computer Science in College

In December 2009, the National Science Foundation (NSF) held the Computer Science Education Week, designated by the US House of Representatives “..in recognition of the transformative role of computing and necessity of rigorous computer science education at all levels.”The said event emphasized on the need to include more computer science courses for secondary level students, citing the foreseen demand for information technologists in the next several years; and that, while several of the employment opportunities will not require full degrees, “..all of them require a solid background in computer science.” (NSF, 2009).
Advancement in the computing science field will most definitely be heightened by seeking higher and continuing education. In fact, the popularity of computer science, along with other related programs, saw an increase in the last year throughout several colleges (Markoff, 2009); making it one of the most sought-after college majors in the US. Generally defined, this field of study involves the examination of computing theories and their applications. Computer science majors delve into how computers operate, various programming languages, algorithms, operating systems, understanding the internet, website development, information systems, and many others.
Basic requirements for a computer science degree include at least 120 credit hours worth of various courses which include applied mathematics, natural and physical sciences, humanities, social science, and technical writing. Computer science students are prepared to be experts in the application of mathematical and computing principles in developing and implementing computer-based systems and software as well as conduct effective research on computing and other affiliated disciplines. The Association for Computing Machinery indicates several career options for computer science graduates, a few of which are:
* Software design and implementation
* Computer technology application
* Management of IT infrastructures for organizations
Other career options include network administration, website and web graphics design and development, and computing research. The average salaries for computer science and computer engineering graduates, ranked among the top-earning degrees in the country, are both pegged at USD 61,000 (Pepitone, 2009). Combining a computer science degree with other fields of study such as biology, engineering, psychology, forensics, journalism, advertising, business administration, and several other courses should make way for even more lucrative careers.
Attending any college will surely require huge costs and going for a Computer Science degree is no exception. There are, however, financial aid options available. The amount of scholarships and grants vary with each college and are awarded to qualified students. Application for federal student aid begins with accomplishing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form which is available online. A number of top corporations also offer undergraduate scholarships as well as future employment opportunities in their respective fields. For those seeking acceptance into graduate schools, rendering hours as research or teaching assistants may help supplement tuition costs. In recognizing the statistical decline of women in the field of computer science, the committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research (CRA-W) also lists fellowships for women who wish to further their computer science education .

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Mothers: Earn A Degree At A Community College

Community college is often the punchline to jokes about college. A 2-year college education could be exactly what a single or stay-at-home mom needs. There are a number of academic and personal benefits to attending a junior college, and these schools eagerly welcome high-achievers. With financial opportunity you could get the education you want and need.

It’s a big myth that junior colleges aren’t for serious students. In reality many community colleges offer stimulating classes and often are right in your back yard. The flexibility and opportunity are great for moms who want to go to school. Started in 2009, the Scholarships for Moms program helps to enroll moms in colleges and universities of all kinds. Earning $ 5,000 to help pay for school is a very attractive offer.

School costs like tuition can be extremely high, but one of the the best things about 2-year colleges is the relatively low cost of attendance. Even having a $ 5,000 award doesn’t take away from the wisdom of trying to save money. The tuition at a community college is tens of thousands of dollars cheaper than big 4-year universities. In fact many high school graduates with a high SAT score can get a full scholarship to go to junior college. A young mom could greatly benefit from being rewarded for her efforts in high school. A mother can take care of a number of necessary expenses using the $ 5,000 Pell Grant.

Increasingly, the curriculums at 2-year colleges are becoming more rigorous and offering more academic opportunities. According to a 2002 New York Times article, 168 community colleges maintain honors programs. Chances to study broad interests are also part of the developing community college landscape. A good example is the junior college that offers study credits in places such as London and French Polynesia. The exciting variety of classes that a student can take will only help as he or she moves on to a 4-year school or into the working world.

With scholarships for mothers, junior colleges are even more in reach than before. Attending a junior college allows a mom to save some money even as she has the bonus of a $ 5,000 mom scholarship. These schools also allow a mom to prepare for a productive career in two years or a transfer to a 4-year college. On the path toward your career, a 2-year degree is a good first step.

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Comparing College Costs

A new federal law mandating that all universities supply a net-cost calculator on their website intends to reveal the hidden costs of higher education. Experts predict that comparing college costs online will one day be similar to comparing the cost of a flight between different airlines.

Currently, higher education seekers can view the average cost of a school through the U.S. Department of Education’s College Navigator website. But these “net-price” estimates fail to recognize that cost can vary greatly from one student to another when factors like financial aid and scholarships come into play. Princeton University, for example, listed tuition for the 2008-2009 school year at $ 49,830 but the average student actually paid $ 17,381.

Cost calculators will be most beneficial to high school students who review different schools and consider their options. Highly accurate estimates of what a student’s out-of-pocket expenses will amount to can deter them from applying to schools they cannot afford. Inversely, students will be encouraged to apply to schools they may have considered beyond their price range that actually are not. The calculator will work with data including a student’s financial status and academic record.

The U.S. Department of Education will provide schools with a free cost calculator but they are permitted to use one from a third-party developer, though these could cost schools up to $ 25,000. Customized calculators, as opposed to the standard one developed by the Department of Education, would likely provide a more accurate cost estimate to students because they could ask additional questions and calculate costs based on a more school-specific formula.

The College Board is also working to develop a similar application to make it easier for students to compare schools. Experts predict that increased access to accurate financial information will greatly impact the college admissions process. Myra Smith, executive director of financial aid services for the College Board, said that cost calculators will benefit high school students “who can see that their academic aspirations might lead to admission to a school that’s generous with financial aid.”

Under the federal law, each school’s calculator will be accompanied by a disclaimer stating that predicted costs are estimates and can vary based on each student’s individual situation.

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