The Future Of Smart Home Technology – Ultimate Control Guide

The Future Of Smart Home Technology – Ultimate Control Guide

Home automation has become so common now that statistics gathered in 2014 had more than ten percent of homes categorized as ‘smart’ in their automation and usage. The global average at the time was much lower, which showed how much home automation was supposed to grow within that time period. Currently, the statistics are showing that the market will, by 2019, have grown so much beyond this that nearly eight million homes will be designated as ‘smart’.  This is a huge change from when automation was restricted to remote controlled thermostats and motorized TV lifts, both of which were initially created (particularly the TV lifts) purely as a way of increasing the space and use of certain household objects. Read More

Work from Home Jobs – Learn How to Make Money Fast

Before we talk about work from home jobs, we should know the reasons why we need them. This is rather a necessary introduction. Because the following were the reasons why many of us started work-from-home jobs and later made a living out of it. Read More

Top Mobile Phone Payment Methods

Top Mobile Phone Payment Methods

There are many ways to pay with your mobile, some of which are more popular than others. These mobile phone payments are always becoming more and more ubiquitous, to make things easier for you. Merchants and sites want you to pay quickly and conveniently, so we’re seeing a lot of these methods in mainstream use. Read More

TOP MBBS COLLEGES IN MAHARASHTRA & MHCET

TOP MBBS COLLEGES IN MAHARASHTRA & MHCET

In a country that produces over 50,000 doctors per year, Maharashtra is a bastion of highly acclaimed medical colleges. From one of India’s oldest medical institutes, Grant Medical College, Mumbai to one of India’s premier medical colleges, Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune, Maharashtra is rich in both its medical history and the range of medical colleges it offers to aspiring doctors. However, the much sought after colleges see great competition every year among students vying to earn an MBBS ( Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery ) in them. To streamline the process of MBBS admissions in the state the Government of Maharashtra cancelled the MHCET (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test) as a standardised test for medical admissions in the state. Instead, starting from 2017, students around the country will only have  to appear in the NEET (UG) – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test to acquire an MBBS seat in any college in Maharashtra. Read More