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Releasing 34 poetry books composed by Devajit Bhuyan on Christmas day, 25th December, 2019 at Guwahati. Each book contains 60 poems to promote universal brotherhood, peace, nonviolence, gender equality and protecting environment & ecology. 

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Paper Published by Devajit Bhuyan:

More than 100 articles/papers published in the Assam Tribune, the Sentinel, the Oil Field Times, the North East Times, Asomiya Pratidin, Amar Asom, the Guwahati Diary, the NAFEN Digest, the Employment Counselor and Career Guide etc. Worked as Career Counselor (Hony) with the Assam Tribune, the largest circulated daily of North East India and Contributing the popular column ‘Career Queries’ in the Assam Tribune for more than 15 years. Also Appeared as Career Consultant (Hony.) in DD Guwahati program, Youth Folio for. Produced 4 TV documentaries on conservation. 

Indicative list of technical paper published:

01. Enterprise Resource Planning (Published in NAFEN Digest)

02. Workers & Industrial Productivity (Published in NAFEN Digest)

03. Information Technology, Y2K and Beyond (Published in GEF Journal)

04. Environmental Impact Assessment (Published in the Oil Field Times)

05. Sustainable Development (Published in the Assam tribune)

06. Environment, Engineering its Preservation (Published in the Sentinel)

07. Public Interest Litigation: For whom the Curb Is? (Published in the Assam Tribune)

08.  E-commerce: The Myth and Reality (Published in the Assam Tribune)

09. Counseling & Mentoring in the 21st Century (Published in the Assam Tribune)

10. Maintenance Management (Published in the Oil Field Times)

11. Energy Management & Energy Conservation Act (Published in NECCI Journal)

12.Kitchen Management for Better health & Economy (Published in the Women’s Era)  

Details about Career Guru

   

Bio-data/Profile

DEVAJIT BHUYAN, Managing Director, Dihang Edutech Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd.; Management & Career Consultant; born at Tezpur, Assam, India, 0n Aug. 1, 1961: Completed Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical), from Gauhati University, Diploma in Industrial Management, from International Correspondence School, Mumbai, 1982; LL.B. from Gauhati University, Diploma in Management from Indira Gandhi Open University, Delhi, 1993. Also completed Certified Energy Auditor Examination from Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), New Delhi; Devajit Bhuyan is also a Fellow of Institution of Engineers (India).

He has 22 year experience in Petroleum and Natural Gas Sector and 15 years in education management. Started his career as Maintenance Engineer in Bongaigaon Refinery (India), 1984-89, Sr. Maintenance Engineer, 1990-94, Deputy Project Manager, 1995-2002, Joint Director, Petroleum Conservation Research Association (Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Govt. of India), 2002-2005, Public Relation and Event Manager, 2006 before opting voluntary retirement from Indian Oil Corporation in the year 2007. He promoted GATEFORUM in Assam to train engineering students for Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering for higher studies in engineering and was a founder member of NEMCARE Group of Institutions, Mirza, Assam. 

Author of 21st Century Rhymes, Big Bang to Bill Gates, Multiple Career Choices, Kalpana Chawla, Daughters of the Soil, the Making of a Goddess, Bhupenda-Bard of the Brahmaputra etc. Contributed more than 100 articles in news papers, journals etc. Conducted more than 100 seminars/workshops/training programs in different organization like BRPL, OIL, ONGC, GAIL, IOCL, AOD, NRL, Agriculture Department, Transport Department, PIB, North East Chambers of Commerce & Industry, IIT-Guwahati, DPS, Arunachal University, Assam Valley School etc.

E-mail: dihangedutech@gmail.com

devajit_bhuyan@rediffmail.com

Phone: 09435010859/8638150310deal.

From the desk of Career Guru

    From the desk of Devajit Bhuyan, Mentor & Career Guru:

The call of the brave new world…..

Whenever I look to the outside world beyond the periphery of my circle, my comfort zone I feel excited, I feel energized. The world is so exciting, so beautiful with unlimited opportunity. There are treasures unexploited, treasures undiscovered, things to be done: only one has to open his eyes, change the attitude and start working. The world has everything to offer us provided we offer our best effort to the world. 

The boundary created by our mindset restricting our movement, restricting our development & growth, restricting the path towards a better new world is disappearing very fast. When I look to the evening sky, I realize how small we are in this universe. Our knowledge about nature, about unknown is only tip of the iceberg compared to the unknown, unexploited in the universe not to speak about galaxy or Milky Way. When I look even at lower scale to my country or to the North East, I really feel excited about the opportunity and the things to be done. There is no dearth of resources, no dearth of things to be done in a better way and no dearth of young minds to be ignited for creating a brave new North East, India and world. There is only dearth of vision, mindset and attitude to perform.

Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam, Honorable President of India believes that when the child is empowered by the parents, at various phases of growth, the child transforms into a responsible citizen. When the teacher is empowered with knowledge and experience, good young human beings with value systems take shape. When individual or a team is empowered with technology, transformation to higher potential for achievement is assured. When the leader of any institution empowers his or her people, leaders are born who can change the nation in multiple areas. When the women are empowered, society with stability gets assured. When the political leaders of the nation empower the people through visionary policies, the prosperity of the nation is certain. The medium for transformation to developed India is the empowerment at various levels with power of knowledge.  

At Career Guru we shall provide Career Counseling, Guidance and Mentoring services to individual students, parents, youth and also provide tailor made solutions for Career Guidance to Schools, colleges, NGOs, universities. All these services shall be provided at a nominal cost so that right student is groomed for the right job for contributing in the development of our country along with leading a quality life. know.

FAQs

  

Q. I am s student of class XI and after completing my HS I want to go to US for further studies. What are the tests I have to take and how I should apply ? Please tell me in detail.

To be eligible for admission to a U.S. university, you must meet certain minimum entry requirements. These include a secondary school diploma or examination results, English language ability, and in many cases a score from one of the U.S. university admissions tests. 

As a part of the application process, most American colleges and universities require scores from one of the U.S. standardized admissions tests. However, some colleges and universities do not require international applicants to take admissions tests, and some schools do not ask for admissions test scores from any applicant. To find specific admissions test requirements, use U.S.-university directories such as the International Student Handbook of U.S. Colleges (The College Board, New York, NY) and Applying to Colleges and Universities in the United States: A Handbook for International Students (Peterson's, Princeton, N.J.). Also note that community colleges do not usually require applicants to take standardized admissions tests.

U.S. standardized admissions tests are primarily multiple-choice aptitude tests that are intended to measure the skills necessary for undergraduate study. American colleges and universities use admissions tests as a means of assessing all applicants (from the United States and other countries) against the same standard. Keep in mind that secondary school diplomas and examinations are not an equivalent to admissions tests, and that tests are only one part of the application — good test scores alone do not guarantee admission to the schools of your choice. 

There are three main undergraduate admissions tests:

Some universities may have their own in-house examinations or additional tests that applicants are required to take. For further information, make a list of the colleges you want to apply to, and then use general college directories or the colleges' own catalogs and Web sites to find out each institution's specific test requirements.

The Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT)
Both the SAT I and SAT II are given several times throughout the year at locations worldwide. Preregistration is required, and deadlines are usually six weeks prior to the exam. More specific information about dates, test centers, fees, and registration procedures is available in the SAT registration bulletin or on the SAT test administrators' Web site at http://www.collegeboard.org/. You can get copies of the registration bulletin from the College Board in the United States or from your nearest U.S. educational information or advising center. You may be asked to pay postage costs for these bulletins. U.S. centers also usually have sample questions and other test preparation materials for the SAT tests available for reference use, loan, or purchase.

Content: The SAT I is primarily a multiple-choice test that measures verbal and mathematical reasoning abilities. The test is divided into seven half-hour sections: three verbal; three mathematical; and one additional section, the equating section, which is either verbal or mathematical. This last portion is used to ensure the same level of difficulty from year to year and does not count toward your score.

The SAT II Subject Tests are also primarily multiple choice, but are only one hour long. They measure knowledge in specific subject areas. The subjects currently offered are:

  • American History and Social Studies 
  • Biology 
  • Chemistry 
  • Chinese 
  • English Language Proficiency 
  • French 
  • German 
  • Italian 
  • Japanese 
  • Korean 
  • Latin 
  • Literature 
  • Mathematics 
  • Modern Hebrew 
  • Physics 
  • Spanish 
  • World History 
  • Writing 

Many U.S. colleges and universities, especially those that have more competitive admissions criteria, either require or recommend one or more SAT II test scores for admission and/or placement purposes. Be sure to check each institution's requirements before registering for any SAT II test. While some colleges specify which subject tests you must take, others leave the option up to you. In this case, it is advisable to take exams in your strongest areas of study.

Scores: The mathematical and verbal sections of the SAT I are each scored on a 200 to 800 scale. Therefore, the highest possible combined score on the SAT I would be 1,600. Scores are reported separately to colleges for the mathematical and verbal sections. Most college directories and catalogs quote average scaled scores for each institution to give some guidance on relative selectivity. The SAT II Subject Tests are also scored on a 200 to 800 scale.

The American College Testing Assessment (ACT)
The ACT is administered by the American College Testing Program and is given up to five times annually at testing locations around the world. Unlike the SAT, the number of times the test is offered varies from one test center to another. As an international student, you may not need to take the ACT. If it is required, however, plan ahead to make sure you do not miss the test date(s) at your nearest center. Preregistration is required, and deadlines are two to three weeks prior to the exam. Since the ACT is not as widely accepted as the SAT, check to see if the universities where you are applying will accept ACT scores in place of the SAT exam. More specific information about dates and test centers is available in the registration bulletin, which can be obtained from the test administrators and from many U.S. information and advising centers. Note that the centers may ask you to pay postage costs.

Content: The ACT Assessment is a multiple-choice test that measures English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning.

Scores: For each of the four subject areas, you receive a raw score, which is the total number of correct responses. The score is then converted into a scaled score from 1 to 36. A composite score is then calculated by adding together the scaled scores and dividing the sum by four. The highest possible composite score is 36, and the lowest is 1. Scores take several weeks to reach universities.

Below is the recommended timetable for applying to universities in the United States. It is sometimes possible to complete the process more quickly, but you may have a much more limited choice of schools. Planning well ahead gives you sufficient time to make successful applications to the colleges of your choice. 

12 TO 18 MONTHS PRIOR to the academic year in which you hope to enroll, begin to consider, research, and do the following:

  • What are your reasons for wanting to study in the United      States? 
  • Which universities will meet your needs? 
  • Will you need financial assistance? 
  • Find out application and financial aid deadlines. This will      affect when you take the standardized tests required for admission since      test results must reach admissions offices no later than these deadlines.      The tests should be taken in advance of submitting university application      forms. 
  • Register to take standardized tests if required by the      universities to which you are applying. 
  • Begin narrowing down your choices of schools to approximately      10 to 20 institutions. 

12 MONTHS PRIOR to enrollment, complete the following (months indicated are estimates, based on fall enrollment):

AUGUST

  • Contact universities for application and financial aid forms      and catalogs. 
  • Obtain test registration forms to take the TOEFL and SAT I and      SAT II, if necessary. 

SEPTEMBER – DECEMBER

  • Request an official transcript from your school. 
  • Request letters of recommendation from your teachers. 
  • Submit completed application forms (for admission as well as      financial aid). 
  • Double check that transcripts and references have been sent. 
  • Take the necessary admissions tests. 

JANUARY – APRIL

  • University application deadlines must be met; note that these      are for regular admission — early admission deadlines will be sooner. 

APRIL – JUNE

  • Letters of acceptance or rejection arrive. Decide which      university to attend, notify the admissions office of your decision,      complete and return any forms they require. 
  • Send letters of regret to those universities you turn down. 
  • Organize finances: arrange to transfer funds to a U.S. bank;      make sure you have funds for travel and expenses on arrival. 
  • Finalize arrangements for housing and medical insurance with      your university. 

JUNE – AUGUST

  • Apply to your nearest U.S. embassy or consulate for a visa upon      receipt of your I-20 form and well in advance of your departure date 
  • Make travel arrangements. 
  • Contact the International Student Office at your university      with details of your arrival plans, and confirm details of any orientation      for new students held by the university. 

You should now have a shortlist of colleges that match your needs, interests, and abilities. You should also feel confident that you have the minimum entrance requirements for studying in the United States, and that you can meet the costs of a U.S. undergraduate education. Now it's time to start putting together your applications. This chapter gives practical information and advice to help you make successful applications to the colleges of your choice. 

The entire application process, from obtaining initial information to applying for your student visa, should begin 12 to 18 months in advance of when you want to go the United States. It is possible to complete the process in less than 12 months but late applicants usually find they have a much more limited choice of colleges.

ENGLISH PROFICIENCY

To determine your level of English language proficiency, arrange to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) as early as possible — at least a year before you plan to enroll. Some institutions accept English language examinations other than TOEFL; check the information you receive from institutions to see which examinations they accept.

Even if you have a good basic level of English proficiency and have met the minimum TOEFL requirements for a university, some schools may require you to take courses to improve your mastery of American English, academic or research usage, and study skills. If you studied English under the British system, you may find that U.S. vocabulary and usage are quite different.

TOEFL Waivers: If you are a non-U.S. citizen and nonnative speaker of English who has been educated in English for most of your school life, your TOEFL requirement may be waived. Allow time in the application process to correspond with U.S. universities about this issue. American universities are unlikely to accept secondary school English language examination results as proof of your language ability.

For detail write to TOEFL or visit their web site:

TOEFL
CN 6152
Princeton, NJ 08541-6152
USA
http://www.toefl.org/benefits.

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Whether you’re seeking a new career direction, more work/life balance, or a resume refresh, we can help. We coach and counsel student and professional clients by identifying key strengths and accomplishments while assessing your personality type and career interests.

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We’ll review your work history, education, strengths, accomplishments, problem areas, skills, values, motivations and goals. We can also offer career assessments. Then we can explore and examine career possibilities based on experience and communication style.

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Events

Releasing 34 poetry books on 25th December, 2019 at District Library, Near Dighalipukhuri, Guwahati, Assam to create a world record in poetry book release.

25/12/2019

A Day with Poetry

11am - 6pm

District Library, Guwahati

Event Details

25/12/2019

A Day with Poetry

Assam Poetry Festival Season-3. Attempt to create history and world record in poetry book release by Devajit Bhuyan

11am - 6pm

District Library, Guwahati

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