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IGNOU Corner >> Exams >> Results >> Final Score Calculator

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:
Enter your marks for various subjects:
MPC 001 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
MPC 001 - Assignment (out of 100):  

MPC 002 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
MPC 002 - Assignment (out of 100):  

MPC 003 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
MPC 003 - Assignment (out of 100):  

MPC 004 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
MPC 004 - Assignment (out of 100):  

MPC 005 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
MPC 005 - Assignment (out of 100):  

MPC 006 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
MPC 006 - Assignment (out of 100):  

MPCL 007 - Practical Exam (out of 100): 

First Year Total:

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Second year:
Enter your marks for various subjects:
MPCE 011/021/031 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
MPCE 011/021/031 - Assignment (out of 100):  

MPCE 012/022/032 - Theory Exam (out of 50):
MPCE 012/022/032 - Assignment (out of 100):  

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'.

The content is relevant for all human beings. If bein…