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Its principal scope is to disseminate the latest research findings and scientific advances in the educational field of study, exploring traditional and modern tendencies, observing social and cultural effects and investigating interdisciplinary methodologies. We invite our collaborators to actively participate with their latest scientific research, with their theoretical and practical experience at the development of this informational platform as a novel tool for the advancement of educational science.

Our publication provides an active instrument to the authors for publishing and distributing their achievements world-wide according with the Open Access policies and methods as well as a powerful tool for the researcher in order to obtain theoretical and practical knowledge for future research projects.

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LARGE RESULTS IN A LITTLE

sucess
Large numbers of rain drops,
Results in a little water body .
Large quantities of water,
Results in a little pure water.
Large number of books,
Results in a little competitive knowledge. 
Large number of pages,
Results in a little  book.
Large number of mistakes,
Results in a little problem. 
Large number of problems,
Results in a little solution.
Large amount of cereals,
Results in a little grain.
Large number of trees,
Results in a little green area.
Large number of achievements, 
Results in a little praise.
Large amount of hardwork,
Results in a little success.
 

-Sahaj Sabharwal
-Jammu city,
Jammu and Kashmir,
 India .

INSULTING SIMPLE LIVING PEOPLE FOR JOYS

Today, the simple living people become prey of other people . In front of a huge crowd, these simple living people are being insulted.  This is due to their calm and simple nature .
These simple living people are generally ignored and are being exploited by other people . They become a source of laughter for those people who get bored and want someone to entertain them.c42c72291d4bb1dacfdff191e8565696
First of all , the people who get bored , search for those people who are sitting idle or just ignored by someone or having simplicity in their life . Bored people just ask those people to come and sit with them and in front of their friends / relatives, they just make jokes of the simple people . The respect of the simple living people is just snatched by them and they play with the calm hearted people just like playing with useless toys . And the crowd surrounding the bored people also start laughing on the calm hearted people by  accompanying the bored people and insulting the simple living people without thinking about the feelings of those people having simple life and calm nature .
Reason : Only calm hearted and simple living people become the prey of those bored people because of their non violent behaviour and their capability to dissolve the words spoken by them on simple living people . These calm hearted people don’t get angry physically but internally their feelings get burned and being tolerant , they never show them or expel them off.
Conclusion :
1.) Calm hearted people should avoid  to be in contact of such bored people who are just making fun of them.
2.) They should make good friends and avoiding  selfish friends .
3.) They should respect themselves more than anyone else .
4.) They should warn the bored people not to make fun of them or by complaining  their parents/guardians or teachers .
5.) They should perform their activity carefully and with attention so that no one can make fun of them.

-Sahaj Sabharwal
-Jammu city,
Jammu and Kashmir, India .

Free Book Publication Offer for Scholars

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We have an offer for regular contributors of our journals and publication sites. If you are a regular contributor of articles and poems to our official sites then you are eligible to get your Books Published Free of Cost under Pen2Print Global Scholars Support Scheme.

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INNER VOICE

Inner voice
Inner Voice is a voice 
Which expels when no choice.
 
Tolerance is silent inside noise
Which becomes dangerous crime’s base.
 
Including burning heart cries
Which ignites when blood dries.
 
Tension reaches greater heights 
Which internally firmly bites.
 
Rascal when kept inside cine
Which hurts the mind, nothing fine. 
 
Work done with high anger line 
Which destroys the surroundings,no mistake mine.
 
Feeling high tempered alone 
Which everyone notices but not shown.
 
No friend here,just God is one
Which spreads blessings just like sun.
                                       -Sahaj Sabharwal 
                                      -Pacca Danga, 
     -Jammu city ,Jammu and Kashmir, India. 
                                       – Dps,Jammu.

 

REVENGE TIME

revenge timeRevenge time has come near,
Now, it’s your turn to be in fear.
Chance will be allotted  to you to try any gear,
But no one can stop me to watch your face in tear.
Forgiving time is over,
Even it was my mistake to start my process slower.
Your mistakes have reached the brim of the tower,
It’s guranteed that you will blame yourself forever.
It’s my open threat,
That it will be difficult for you even to take last breath.
Sure that you always remain meathead,
Guranteed that you might be in hell even after death.
No one can dare to stop me doing such an end,
In which each part of its body will rend.
Even God will help me in form of temporary lend,
By not punishing me for such an offend.
Be prepared for your last day on earth,
Now remember those crimes you did from the beginning of your birth. 
You destroyed many people’s hearth, 
Even after that you were in heartless mirth.
Now see what is going to happen with you,
For you it will be something new.
All the problems will stick with you like glue,
Excitement is of watching your life’s end view.

-Sahaj Sabharwal
-Jammu city,
Jammu and Kashmir,
 India .

Call for Papers Feb 2019 for International Journal of Research

IJR: International Journal of Research (ISSN: 2348-6848)

Last date of Submission: February 28, 2019

Monthly Online+ Print journalCall-for-Papers

For more details please visit: https://pen2print.org/index.php/ijr

We are glad to inform you that authentic, scholarly and unpublished research articles, essays, short story, poetry, book review, interviews of English Literature are invited from scholars/ faculty/ researchers/ writers/ professors from all over the world for publication in IJR.

Submission Guidelines

We accept original theoretical or research articles, book reviews, interviews, poems and short fictions as electronic submissions via e-mail as attached documents (Microsoft word only). All manuscripts must be in Font Times New Roman, Size: 12, Line spacing: Single spaced and submitted only as MS Word 2007/ 2010. All manuscripts should strictly follow the MLA 8th Edition Style of Citation. The documents must include name and affiliation details in the body of your submission. Submission must be in single attachment. Subject line must be Submission of Poem/ Fiction/ Article etc. Submission e-mail must include the statement claiming that you have read the submission guidelines, you agree to the policy of the journal and that the submission is original and does not contain plagiarized material.

Format of the Research Papers:

Authors are requested to strictly follow the MLA 8th Edition style while preparing the articles.

Authors are also requested to include the following in the format of their articles:

1. Full title with subtitle, if any. Times New Roman font, size 16, bold (not all capital letters)

2. Name and affiliation of the author/s.

3. An abstract of the article of about 100-150 words along with 4-5 Keywords.

4. Authors should note that the main body of the text should be prepared in such a way that no formatting is needed afterwards. Heading, sub headings and illustrations should be well incorporated within the main body of the article. Times New Roman font, size 12 and justified.

5. The word-limit for Research paper is 5000 words inclusive of Abstract and Works Cited.

6. All portions of the articles should be single-line spaced.

7. Author should be careful regarding grammatical and typographical errors.

8. All essays submitted must be in English for review.

9. Plagiarism report of the Research paper duly checked in plagiarism software like Urkund, viper, Turn it in or Plagscan etc.

Do not decorate your submission with lines, borders, special characters etc., which may lead to rejection.

Fiction and Poetry

Our mission is to publish the finest fiction (up to 5,000 words). There are no restrictions on subjects and themes. For poetry, we aim to publish challenging and engaging works by both established and emerging poets.

Please note:

Fiction: Submit one piece at one time.

Poetry: Submit up to three poems at one time.

Include a short third-person biographical note in your submission.

Only previously unpublished works are considered.

Response time: Within a Week.

Copyright to Authors:

IJR – International Journal of Research (ISSN: 2348-6848), is entitled to publish submitted work in online and print. The editor can also reproduce the submission in any form (book/ anthology) and authors will be reported about the publication in other form. We allow our authors flexible rights to republish and reproduce and distribute their published contents with third parties anywhere in any format on the following conditions:

1. The authors will inform the editor about the intended republication or reproduction by third parties by sending a signed letter.

2. The authors will acknowledge credits to International Journal of Research and Edupedia Publications Pvt Ltd as the first publisher and include the Vol. No. and Issue No. in their works.

Plagiarism Policy:

By submitting paper for publication to the journal, you as contributor/ author/ co-author state that:

1) You are fully aware that plagiarism is wrong and you know that plagiarism is the use of another person’s idea or published work and pretend that it is one’s own.

2) You declare that each contribution to your work from other people’s published or unpublished sources have been acknowledged and the source of information have been referenced.

3) You certify that you will not allow anyone to copy your work with the intention of passing it off as his/her own work.

4) You certify that you are solely responsible for any incomplete reference that may remain in your work.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RESEARCH PAPER AND JOURNAL ARTICLE

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RESEARCH PAPER AND JOURNAL ARTICLE

Whether you are attending a college or university or pursuing a career in a trade like medicine, there’s a good chance you’ll be hearing plenty about a “research paper” and a “journal article.” Both forms of writing are popular methods used by educators and employers to gain perspective on a topic or subject from colleagues and students. To understand the difference between both methods of writing, one should understand what each form is and how people utilize them. This article will look at both writing styles and dissect the differences between the two.
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Research Paper

History professor, Dr. Jane Simonsen once said with regards to research papers that, “the work and design are your own, but you can’t do it without relying on the efforts and wisdom of others.”
Simonsen is correct with her notion. A research paper is a form of writing, usually used in the world of academia by students in colleges or universities assigned to investigate and research a topic, in which they find their conclusion. The student is encouraged and often required to support their findings with facts from reputable sources. A typical research paper can range anywhere from 5-15 pages in total length.
A student’s work will organize in the structure after compiling all the appropriate information from sources. Instructors often do this to teach the student balance in their writing skills, while encouraging structural discipline and accepted formatting. Furthermore, according to A Research Guide for Students, research papers take the original information of the topic, and after gathering the data from the investigative stage, the student sums it up with clear and concise analysis and disposition or thesis. Indeed, most research papers feature a thesis statement from the assigned topic. Also, Purdue.Edu states that a student may be required to write one of the two types of research papers.
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Argumentative Research Paper

The student will take a controversial subject, create an intro, inform the audience of the topic and explain their stance known as a thesis.

Analytical Research Paper

The student is required to critique a subject, which is usually in the form of a question mostly known as an essay or exploration.

Summary

A research paper uses all major citation formats (APA, MLA, Chicago), and is aligned with a clear focus, clear thesis, and dives into a topic or subject separating fact and opinion, or reliable and bias while reaching a conclusion or position. You may have heard research paper referred to a research project, research paper, or term paper.

Journal Article

According to Simon Fraser University, a journal article is an article that is written about a very specific topic. Furthermore, you’ll typically see a journal article authored by an expert in some field written by another expert in the same respective field. This kind of writing is also called “peer reviews.” A journal article is a short paper on a particular topic that gets mainly published in issues or periodicals. It will often include up to date research on that subject, including recent developments, reviews on a method or product, short papers previewing ideas.
With a journal article, you may find information, for example, on the latest medicine or techniques in a certain field. For example; “The latest methods used in 21st-century medicine to eradicate a headache.” Other examples of journal articles include peer reviews, case studies, scholarly articles, scientific and social science articles. Journal articles get published in a publication after extensive research in that corresponding field has been done. Publication Manual calls journal articles a way to categorize primary literature or review articles.

The Differences

Now, what are some of the key differences between these two methods of writing?
Research papers are written traditionally by a student at a university or college, and the work is typically assigned. A journal article is an article, about a subject that has recently researched or reviewed and written by an expert in that field. While both forms utilize the same techniques, a research paper gets done under the evaluation of a teacher or instructor. Another small difference is the extent of the references used. Most often in a journal article, a reader can expect to find an extensive bibliography, whereas a research paper won’t warrant as extensive of a reference list.
A research paper doesn’t get published in any publication unless it’s in reference on how to write one, where journal article gets submitted to periodicals or magazines.
A journal article reviews a possible or current idea and writes about the impacts. A research paper may offer a thesis, but it’s not quite as in-depth. Formatting and lengths, traditionally, are opposites as well. A journal article could be 15 pages, but often it isn’t. The structure in communicating the research will look different than that of a research paper, which may include double spacing and indenting. Finally, a research paper isn’t authored to present original research, but rather to show empirical data, where a journal article will explain to the reader of its original findings.

Conclusion

In addition to the differences between these methods, there exist some similarities i.e.: they both use clear and concise formatting or grammatical structuring as well as list references and conclusions. Examples of how the two are different:

Research Paper:

The research paper will have the student’s name, class, date, and instructor all in the left corner of the paper, while the title is centered.

Journal Article:

The journal article will have the title of the work at the top and center. The author/s names will be below, and the format will follow much as a magazine article would. The key difference is the use of each. One is for practice in writing, and the other is a certain practice for fellow practitioners. That said, one (research paper) is used more as a way to educate a student on how to write clearly and effectively about a topic, while the other (journal article) is written to educate the reader on a subject or idea.

Butterfly- A picture poem

Butterfly sweet Butterfly

Do stop a little Butterfly

Your tiny wings do flutter so

that I wouldn’t like to let you go

Who painted such lovely hues

On your wee little wings profuse

Who taught you to flutter away so high

that I can’t catch you never can I

come here here I have blossoms fine

You can encomfort daily dine

Butterfly sweet Butterfly

Do stop a Little Butterfly

Jo Manjooran Sharma 

From a Mother to her Kids

Age group 6+years

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M.A. English , Mysore University

Project Director –

Deepalya PLAN New Delhi

CARE INDIA

68 yrs Old

A decedent of the Nimboothri clan of Kerela and the first converts to christianity by St. Thomas 2000 yrs ago – THE MANJOORANS who were sent off to the VIPIN islands .

Very Anglican

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5 Tips and Tricks That Will Help You Prepare Better for the SAT

As a senior student, you will have to take and pass dozens of tests on your last year of high school or secondary school. But one of the most important exams you need to take and pass is the SAT.  This is because your SAT score will have a direct impact on all your plans after high school including your choice of college or university, course, and scholarship eligibility.sat1-e1344991565701-300x234

Attending regular SAT test prep classes and reviewing well for the exam are great ways to ensure you will get a high score. However, following other relatively unknown tips and tricks will also help you prepare better and boost your confidence that will allow you to perform better on your test.

Below are some of the most important additional tips and tricks you need to keep in mind when preparing for the SAT:

1.    Start reading more nonfiction materials

SAT has several sections designed to test your reading skills. You will have to read and understand long and dense paragraphs in an hour.

However, you don’t have to worry too much about the questions at the end of each text. Experts say they are relatively straightforward and easy to answer. But if there’s one thing you should worry about the reading part, it should be about your brain running out of energy when you get to this section.

 To prepare well for this part of the SAT, read lots of nonfiction books and other forms of literature as part of your test preparation routine. This is because there is a high chance that majority of the passages you will read will be nonfiction.

A typical high school reading curriculum tends to lean mostly towards fiction. To prepare your brain for reading nonfiction passages, read newspapers, magazines, or the biography of a popular politician or important historical figures.

 By reading a lot of nonfiction before exam day, your brain will be primed for reading fact-based text in the test and won’t get exhausted or bored easily.

 2.    Practice using the calculator you will bring to the actual exam

To maximize your efficiency on the actual SAT test day, make sure you bring a calculator you are familiar with. This means using only one calculator during your review classes, practice tests, and on the exam day.

When you follow this tip, you will know how to use the functions you will most likely to encounter on the SAT test. You won’t have to waste time pressing different functions to solve certain equations.

In addition, practice jotting down the steps or functions you used on your calculator on paper. This way, if you get an answer that is not among the options, you can follow the same steps, know quickly where you went wrong, and try to get the right answer on your second try.

Lastly, replace the batteries of your calculator a day before the exam and check if it is working properly and if it is ready for use.

3.    Be an expert in mental math

There is a math section on the SAT wherein you won’t be allowed to use a calculator. You will save a lot of time doing equations with your pencil by knowing the basic mental math skills.

 These include knowing the multiplication tables from 1 x 1 to 9 x 9 by heart. You also have to know the most used tricks for dividing and adding large numbers and finding the percentage of numbers.

In case you won’t be taught these tricks in school or in your review classes, go online to learn them.

 

4.    Know and practice the most useful test-taking strategies

When reviewing for the SAT, make sure you know the best, most effective test-taking strategies which you should apply on the actual exam day.

These include:

  • Using the process of elimination to choose the best answer if you are stuck on a question
  • Not leaving any questions blank
  • Answering the easy questions first before proceeding to the harder ones on the math test
  • Skim-reading
  • Answering questions as you take the writing and language test

5.    Don’t overstudy

Lastly, although you really want to get a high score on your SAT, you shouldn’t spend more than three hours studying per day. This can lead to a brain overload. In addition, you will end up overworking your brain which will leave you feeling mentally exhausted.

As such, don’t forget to take frequent breaks whenever you study on your own. This will allow you to let the information sink in and give your brain the rest it needs. Aside from eating a snack during these breaks, consider playing your favorite sport for 15 to 30 minutes since this will help you focus and retain information better when you resume studying.

Although these tips and tricks are easy to follow, don’t make the mistake of ignoring them. They will go a long way in helping you ace your SAT exam.

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Maloy Burman is the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Premier Genie FZ LLC. He is responsible for driving Premier Genie into a leadership position in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education space in Asia, Middle East and Africa and building a solid brand value. Premier Genie is currently running 5 centers in Dubai and 5 centers in India with a goal to multiply that over the next 5 years.