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  • Development of Bengali Language Stemmer
    Development of Bengali Language Stemmer Project Report Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Technology Submitted by Barnan Das & Tanmoy Pal Under the guidance of Dr. Pabitra Mitra Department of Computer Science and Engineering India...
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  • Is Use of Mobile Phone by Students Such a Bad Thing?
    Is Use of Mobile Phone by students such a bad thing? - Anusha Bargavi A major on-going and never-ending debate these days is about the increasing development of technology, especially that of mobile phones. Alth...
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  • Types of Students
    Types of Students High degree of sophistication, a matchless charm, and educational quality is backed by centuries of educational tradition. For many people education is considered as "the ladder of opportunity", nevertheless success in learning depends upon personal qualities and intelligence of...
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  • Should the Use of Mobile Phones Be Allowed by Students in the S.H.S.
    MOTION : SHOULD THE USE OF MOBILE PHONES BE ALLOWED BY STUDENTS IN THE S.H.S. Mr. chairman, Honorable Headmaster, Panel of Judges, Impartial time keepers, Teaching and Non-teaching staff, Co-debaters, Ladies and Gentlemen, I deem it a great honour to be called upon this important issues...
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  • The Effects of Playing Defense of the Ancients in Academic Performance Among Male Freshmen College Students of Freshmen in Academic Year of 2010-2011.
    Chapter 1 Problem and its Setting Introduction The youth nowadays are so in to those computer games. They are losing their interests in playing physical and traditional games like “tumbang preso”, “luksong baka”, “patintero”, “syato”, and many more. They are now playing Counter-S...
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  • Effects of Part-Time Job to Academic Performance Among Fourth Year College Students
    Effects of Part-Time Job to Academic Performance among Fourth Year College Students in Ateneo de Zamboanga University Khadija A. Arip Lorraine Mae P. Bastasa Writing and Research Ms. Daryl Jane B. Barrios Table of Contents I. ABSTRACT II. INTRODUCTION III. BODY...
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  • Mobile Phone: Calling and Texting Patterns of College Students in Pakistan
    International Journal of Business and Management www.ccsenet.org/ijbm Mobile Phone: Calling and Texting Patterns of College Students in Pakistan Sohail Kamran Department of Business Administration, Fatima Jinnah Women University Rawalpindi, Pakistan E-mail: sohkam@hotmail.com Abstract This pa...
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  • Reasons Why Students Get Addicted in Playing Dota
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  • Effects of Computer to Students
    Learning plays a big role in our society. Resources contribute to it. Before, there are many ways in order for us to gather information regarding a specified topic but time hinders in attaining the standard requirements for every research/tasks. When researching, we can gather information from...
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  • The Correlation of Ncae Examinations and the Academic Performance of the Students (Chapter 1)
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  • Academic Performance Trend of Students with Ofw Parents
    In what ways does Parent Involvement affect Children’s Academic Performance? Rebecca Deutscher, Ph.D. and Mary Ibe, M.A. Lewis Center for Educational Research, Apple Valley, California Abstract This project examined the role that parent involvement has on children’s academic performance....
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  • Students Unrest
    CHAPTER ONE: 1.1. Introduction The current search for excellence in higher education in Nigeria has concentrated primarily on institutional issues such as input resources, rapid expansion of higher education, managerial and allocative efficiency, programme relevance, and output mix in terms of stu...
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  • Impacts of Technology Dependency on the Academic Performance of Usls Students
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Technology is a gift of God. After the gift of life it is perhaps the greatest of God's gifts. It is the mother of civilizations, of arts and of sciences. - Freeman Dyson Technology plays an important role in every sphere of life. It has certainly changed the way we live...
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  • Students Should Be Allowed to Take Their Choice of Courses
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  • What Is I.D.E.A. and How Does It Effect Students of Color?
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  • Why Students Fail
    Reasons Behind the Students’ Failure Since the ancient times education takes place in an individual’s life since his/her born. People always tend to be successful in their education in order to gain a valid success in their after-school work carrier. However, this tend is not enough to be succ...
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  • Why Do Students Cheat
    Why Do Students Cheat? Students cheat because it is easier for them to get things done. They feel do not have all the time in the world between class and work. Some student feel cheating can help them get passed something in that class. It may help them for that test or homework but, they do not le...
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  • Teachers Should Not Be Allowed to Give Students Homework
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  • Problems Faced by Female Students in Carrying Out Group Projects
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