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Do you want to know your final marks after combining exam and assignment scores? Here's a tool that will help you to do just that.


First year:
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Second year:
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MPCE 011/021/031 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
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MPCE 013/023/033 - Theory Ex…

Flow - The classic work on how to achieve happiness by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi >> Book review and Free preview

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Rating Green

Genre Psychology, Self-Development

Publisher The Random House Group (Rider Books)
The Book The book, as the name suggests, is about Flow - the concept of optimal experience postulated by the author in the course of his career in the area of human psychology. The book starts with a discussion about happiness and consciousness which lays the foundation for the ensuing discussion on Enjoyment and Flow. After which it moves onto discussing the impact and application of flow in daily lives of different people, and, how you can achieve flow (and happiness) yourself.

Comments This book is written for lay beings and the author has made sure that it is written in colloquial English. The plethora of actual cases discussed in the text keep the book engaging (and add credibility - the book is based on actual research work, not random opinions). Though there are parts where you might feel that the book could be a bit 'crisper'.

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The Girl On The Train >> 30s Review

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Rachel (Emily Blunt) is a PR professional. She was given a divorce by her husband because of her alcoholism and the damage she caused due to it.

Everyday she travels to the city in a train which passes by her former neighbourhood. From the train she sees a happy couple two houses down from her house. She is envious of the woman Megan (Haley Bennett) and of the love she has. Then she sees her own house where her ex-husband Tom (Justin Theroux) now lives with his second wife Anna (Rebecca Ferguson) and their child.

Things take a twist when Megan goes missing the same day when Rachel wakes up with a hangover, badly bruised. She sets out to find what happened to Megan and bring the murderer to justice, in the process finding out that everything she knows about herself and those around her is a lie.

Rating: Green - a gripping story based on the novel by Paula Hawkins. This is one of those rare movies where it will be very hard for you to predict the climax.
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Donnie Darko >> 30 seconds review and trailer

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Donald Darko (Jake Gyllenhaal) is under medication for a psychological situation. He has visions. Visions of a mysterious human sized rabbit named Frank - who makes him come out of his home one night and tells him about the end of the world. When he goes back home in the morning he finds out that his room has been totally destroyed by an untraced jet engine that fell on their home. He would have been dead if he was there.

Meanwhile, Donnie has to follow Frank's commands which leads to a series of destructive acts.

Will he be able to save himself and his family?

Rating: Green - the movie is a complicated web of themes touching psychological issues, time travel, science fiction, horror, philosophy. Brilliant acting combined with great screenplay make this one a must watch.


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