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METICULOUS - very careful and with great attention to every detail ADJECTIVE: Many hours of meticulous preparation have gone into writing the book. ADVERB: The entire project was meticulously planned. NOUN - meticulousness

updated on: 24-02-2016

How English-speaking skills are keeping Indian engineers away from their dream j

Poor spoken English may be keeping a large number of India's engineers from landing some of the best paid jobs in the country. A study has found that an overwhelming 97 per cent of engineers in the country cannot speak English, required for high-end jobs in corporate sales and business consulting. Moreover, as per the report based on the study, about 67 per cent of engineers graduating from India's colleges do not possess spoken English skills required for any job in knowledge economy. The study, 'The National Spoken English Skills of Engineers Report', conducted by Aspiring Minds, surveyed English skills study of 30,000 engineers across 500 engineering colleges.

updated on: 10-08-2015

Word of the day

positive pozitiv adjective 1.consisting in or characterized by the presence rather than the absence of distinguishing features. 2.constructive, optimistic, or confident. "there needs to be a positive approach to young offenders" synonyms: constructive, practical, useful, pragmatic, productive, helpful, worthwhile, beneficial, effective, efficacious noun 1.a desirable or constructive quality or attribute. "take your weaknesses and translate them into positives" 2.a positive photographic image, especially one printed from a negative. "the photographic process involves separate runs with the red, green, and blue separation positives"

updated on: 14-02-2016

Idioms and Proverbs

A stitch in time saves nine Meaning: It is better to act or deal with problems immediately, because if you wait and deal with them later, things will get worse and the problems will take longer to deal with.

updated on: 14-02-2016

Proverbs and Idioms

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. - Meaning: Strong people don't give up when they come across challenges. They just work harder.

updated on: 15-02-2016

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Meticulous - adjective - Very ?careful and with ?great ?attention to every ?detail: Many ?hours of meticulous ?preparation have gone into writing the ?book. adverb - meticulously The ?entire ?project was meticulously ?planned. noun - meticulousness

updated on: 24-02-2016

Proverbs and Idioms

FORTUNE FAVOURS THE BOLD. Meaning: People who bravely go after what they want are more successful than people who try to live safely.

updated on: 24-02-2016

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abundance NOUN: the situation in which there is more than enough of something, plenty. There was an abundance of food at the wedding. We had wine in abundance.

updated on: 02-03-2016

Proverbs and Idioms

THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS A FREE LUNCH Meaning. something that you say which means that if someone gives you something, they always expect you to give them something or to do something for them Usage: He offered me a room in his house, but he seems to expect me to do all the housework. I should have known there's no such thing as a free lunch.

updated on: 02-03-2016

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COMPLIMENT Meaning: 1. Noun: a remark that expresses approval, admiration, or respect E.g. I take it as a compliment (= I am pleased) when people say I look like my mother. Verb: to praise or express admiration for someone E.g. I must compliment you on your handling of a very difficult situation. for more details refer to: http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/compliment

updated on: 04-03-2016

Proverbs and Idioms

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. Meaning: It's best to do something on time. But if you can't do it on time, at least do it late.

updated on: 04-03-2016
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