Everyone is aware of the fact that smoking is injurious to the health of the inhaler and of the people around him. The question arises that is it ethical to restrict someone to practice something for others benefit or is it a right stance to restrict some practices for the betterment of the society and the environment. This concern has sparked an unending debated. There are people who support the ban on public smoking and there are other people with the opposite approach. (more…)
Hybrid courses meet according to a predefined timetable in both the typical and the interactive (online) classroom. In other words, there are face-to-face class time(s) and periods that, without coming to campus, you are doing course work online.
There are some technical factors that students should be aware of before taking hybrid online courses. For instance, if you are taking online classes from home, make sure that a stable internet connection is available so that no glitches are experienced. Similarly, you need to have a compatible device (laptop, smartphone or tablet) to take the classes without any issues. In a lot of cases, this is the prime reason why students experience problems. Hence, make sure that you have adequate arrangements to take the course.
Association in extracurricular exercises furnishes undergrads with chances to meet and interface with different understudies, investigate regions of premium, and add to the grounds and group. The quantity of projects accessible is stunning, with some grounds bragging more than 1,000 understudy associations from which to pick. With such a large number of decisions accessible and the weight to succeed apparently expanding, understudies can without much of a stretch get to be overpowered with their association outside of the classroom to the degree that it bargains their scholarly achievement. (more…)
The CATS is a phenomenal musical created and produced by world renowned Andrew Lloyd Webber. This musical is based on a 1939 collection of T.S. Elliot’s poems Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats. His affection for these poems which his mother read to him as a child inspired him to convert the poems into a musical in 1977.
The CATS premiered at the New London Theatre on May 1981 where it had 8,949 performances and hit the Broadway on October, 1982 with7,485 performances (TUTS, p.13).