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Pathways to immigration for an international student in Australia


Many student are concerned about pathways to immigration after completion of studies in Australia. Before they select a destination for studies, they want to make sure about post graduate opportunities of their destination. The article will summarize them. Warning: Policies of Australian Government are subject to change.  So it is possible by the time you’re reading it thing might have ... Read More »

Depression Assessment Questionnaire

a man in depression

  Depression is described as low and sad mood for a significant period of time accompanied with the following symptoms: Anhedonia (Inability to experience pleasure from the things or events which were pleasureful in the past.) Insomnia (Lack of sleep) or Hypersomnia (Excess in sleep.) Disturbance in eating pattern (Eating too much or eating too little or a complete loss ... Read More »

What is Psychology?

What is Psychology

So, What is Psychology all about? Psychology is defined as the scientific study of human behavior; both the observable behavior i.e. body language, habits, appearance and lifestyle etc, as well as the non-observable behavior i.e. thinking, feelings, decision making, learning, intelligence, memory and so forth. Psychology in the Past Psychology evolved out of both philosophy and biology. Discussions of these two ... Read More »

15 Things You Should Know About Pigs


Why Pork is Haram in Islam ~ 15 Things You Should Know About Pigs PIGS 1) A pig is a real garbage gut. It will eat anything including urine, excrement, dirt, decaying animal flesh, maggots, or decaying vegetables. They will even eat the cancerous growths off other pigs or animals. 2) The meat and fat of a pig absorbs toxins ... Read More »

90+ Activities To Reduce Stress


INCPak adding up educational, Informative and useful content, this one I found and it’s very useful because at times simple guidance makes the huge difference to reduce stress, just follow these steps – TRY it …… ! 1. Get up 15 minutes earlier 2. Prepare for the morning the night before 3. Avoid tight fitting clothes 4. Avoid relying on ... Read More »

Asian giant hornets terrifying creature


The world’s biggest hornet is wreaking havoc in northwestern China, where 42 people have died after being swarmed and stung in Shaanxi Province, At 1.5 to 2 inches (4 to 5 centimeters) long, the giant hornets are found across many parts of East and Southeast Asia and are especially well known in Japan. They’re among the more dangerous venomous insects of their type, Kimsey ... Read More »

World’s Most Stunning Solar Building – SOLAR ARK


The Solar Ark is an ark-shaped solar photovoltaic power generation facility which offers activities to cultivate a better appreciation of solar power generation, and thereby benefitting both ecology and science. Sanyo has built an ark for the solar century – an impressive 630 kW solar-collecting building that boasts over 5,000 solar panels and kicks off over 500,000 kWh of energy per year. Even more outstanding is the ... Read More »

Heterochromia iridis – two eyes are different in color

heterochromia iridis

What is heterochromia iridis? Heterochromia iridis is a condition in which the iris in one eye has a different color than the iris of the other eye. The iris is the tissue of the eye that surrounds the pupil and imparts a color, whether green, blue, brown, hazel, grey, or other, to the eye. Heterochromia iridis is to be differentiated ... Read More »

Why are Mean people so HOT ?


Mean people are attractive because of their meanness, not in spite of it. What I call meanness is more officially known as the “Dark Triad” of personality traits—narcissism, Machiavellianism and psychopathy. Arecent study shows that people who exhibit these traits are better than people who score lower on the Dark Triad at making themselves appear more attractive. The meanies aren’t necessarily ... Read More »

Scientists May Soon Add Element 115 To The Periodic Table

element 115

Researchers at Sweden’s Lund University have announced that they’ve been able to confirm the existence of element 115 on the periodic table. Their research is being published in this week’s edition of Physical Review Letters. This research team isn’t the first to create element 115, which is currently known as ununpentium. The first claim that ununpentium had been synthesized in a lab was by a joint ... Read More »