The book, “Deliver Successful Project Using 13 Secrets” by Author Mohit Jain is an Academic Guide, coming under the category of “Engineering & Technology!” This book is designed for those professionals, who are seeking guide to carry out the projects, which they have been assigned in their professions!
Book “Good Morning Friend” By Author Jayesh Vashi-Book Review
This book, Good Morning Friend by Author Jayesh Vashi is a collection of ‘113 Short Notes,’ which is written with a plain & simple aim to make the readers of this book smile. Through this book, the Author has commented on various issues of different categories and has presented his views upon them for the readers. In this book, the readers will find several short notes one after another. Well these thoughts by the Author may serve the readers with a pleasing experience, since the Author’s aim is to make everybody smile with his writing!
“The Backbencher” By Rashmi Damani-Book Review
“Life is beautiful, so do not waste it by competing in a rat race as life will give you countless options that too on numerous occasions to grow. Therefore, make sure to not compromise with your happiness for something that may snatch out your peace of mind!”
“Fireworks of Humour – To See A Smile On Every Face Only To Make Human Life A Celebration” By Nandanan Nair-Book Review
“Happiness is that essence of life, which keeps the life going. To have a dream of seeing smile on every face is something that only a pure soul can desire; all we need is to make sure that we lead our lives like a celebration!”
“Evolving Self” By Moheni Govinda Nehette- Book Review
“At some or the other stage in our live, we all need some kind of counselling, motivation, encouragement or support in order to discover our undiscovered potentials. Thus it is through these life transformation guides that our lives becomes smooth and healthy!”
“Soch Sanjeevani” By Vaibhav Pande-Book Review
The book starts with poems, which talks about seeking opportunities in life, the carefree life of childhood, the importance of keep trying in order to achieve one’s targets and so on. Further, the Author tells the readers that one must fight with the world for the righteousness even when the person is all alone. As the Author believes that sometimes, being all alone might be your biggest asset and you can achieve a lot with a mindset of a warrior in your life.
“US555: U! The Heart Of Billions” By Unique Yash-Book Review
The book, “US555: U! The Heart Of Billions” by Author Unique Yash is a “Tragedy Fictional Book” presenting the book readers with some real painful stories and preaching the message of fighting with the world in order to fulfil your dreams and responsibilities. The book tells the readers a very painful and harsh reality of the world that you are all alone and probably no one is going to be there with you forever!
“The Rise of Ultra Legend” By Abusaeed Ali-Book Review
To become a legend and be highlighted in the top tens or hundreds, one is not bound to be Kalpana Chawla or Amitabh Bachchan. A being is considered a legend when the person himself appreciates the potentiality and calibre he/she possesses. It takes a couple of years minimum to analyse the harsh reality with the simple coping up techniques.
“Kyaa Bhaarat Mein Berozgaari ki Samasya Hai Ya Seekhne Ki” By Author Rajiv Magan-Book Review
The author emphasized the problems and issues of employment, which are primarily attributable to a lack of sufficient education. In several pieces, the author attempted to explain the opportunities available in our country. The book tackles the country’s most pressing issue: unemployment. It not only explains the issues, but also offers practical answers. Many students and individuals are unable to discover their true calling or line of work. They are unable to select the most appropriate job route.
Kaushik Mhaiskar’s “Basic Foundations in Physics for JEE and NEET”-Book Review
A good percentage of a JEE or NEET aspirant in school or boards examination doesn’t decide the destiny in the entrance examinations conducted in India because the rush among hundred students is easier than the mob of lakhs appearing in such examinations every year in India, amongst which the “average students” from a particular school comes out in formals from school uniforms and the “gifted students” fails to meet the criteria and ends up in universities with some honours degree.