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  • Debt-Free Forever (Personal Finance)
    Gail Vax-Oxlade
    745 522

    Item Code: #KGP-9015

    Availability: In stock

    TIRED OF GETTING TO THE END OF THE MONEY BEFORE YOU GET TO THE END OF THE MONTH? WISH YOU WERE IN CONTROL?
    If you are afraid to open your bills, if you’ve never added up how much you owe, if you can’t even imagine being debt-free, it’s time to join thousands of people Gail Vaz-Oxlade has helped. Her straightforward approach to money management is based on self-control, hard work, and prioritizing what’s really important. Debt-Free Forever is Gail’s step-by-step guide, and she’ll show you how to
    ~ figure out how much you’ve actually been spending
    ~ calculate how much you owe—and what it’s costing you
    ~ build a budget that works
    ~ maximize your debt repayments so you can be consumer debt-free
    in 3 years or less
    ~ prepare for a rainy day so it doesn’t mean a major setback
    ~ set goals for your new, debt-free life
    Make no mistake, getting out of debt isn’t easy. But in Debt-Free Forever, Gail gives you a clear strategy and the steps needed to implement it. So if you’re finished with excuses, overdue notices, and maxed-out credit cards, pick up this book, follow Gail’s plan, and start becoming Debt-Free Forever.
  • Arogyadayi Vanaspatiyan
    Ramesh Bedi
    695 521

    Item Code: #Kgp-argydy vanspty

    Availability: In stock


  • Indian Education : Beyond Headlines (Education)
    Jagmohan Singh Rajput
    595 476

    Item Code: #KGP-9016

    Availability: In stock

    The contents of this volume are essentially an attempt to catch up with the stakeholders in education, study and analyze their perceptions and the manner these are articulated. These are primarily based on observations, interactions and analysis that emerged from the lecture tours, discussions with experts, teachers, parents and informed citizens. There is a general impression that even when major educational reforms are planned and announced, there is little motivation in the system ensures that these are effectively implemented in the right spirit. It would be seen that the major national concerns in education centre on quality improvement, skill orientation, and value development and nurturance. Everyone expects an environment in school that would be attractive to the learner and let him interact with his 'role models'. It would be a place where every teacher realizes that he is being watched and observed by the innocent young ones who imitate him and treat him as an icon!
    The education system must create learning conditions that lead to the internalization of the democratic values enshrined in the Constitution of India. The process of teaching and learning must consistently strive to inculcate the eternal and universally accepted values of Truth, Peace, Nonviolence, Dharma (Righteous Conduct) and Love. This is necessary to sustain social cohesion and religious amity in the country. Education alone has the unique strength to promote the desire to live together which is critical to the unity and identity of India. Citizenship education must begin at the right stage and can continue all along during education as it would become an asset in the working life. India would enhance its cognitive capital manifold if all of its children get good quality school education of comparable and acceptable quality. It would lead to improvement in the quality of research and innovations which at present is an area of considerable concern.
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