How to Study Well?

"How can I study well?", Well; I googled it and found these points to study well

- Stick to a Schedule
- Understand what you're learning
- Use flash cards
- Rewrite your notes
- Take breaks
- Test yourself
- Avoid cramming

Is it done? Am I ready to study now? Can I study well now?
I don't think this will help you out, until or unless you want it to be.
These are just some approaches to study; and not everyone can fit himself into it.…

NHRC issues notice to the Government of Jharkhand over the death of 52 children at MGM hospital of Jamshedpur; asks Union Health Ministry to issue suitable directions to all States

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NHRC issues notice to the Government of Chhattisgarh over deaths of four infants due to disruption in oxygen supply at Ambedkar Hospital in Raipur

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NHRC notice to the Government of Uttar Pradesh over tragic deaths of several children in BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur

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NHRC notices to the DGP & IG Prisons, Karnataka over allegations of severe beating and inhuman treatment to 32 prisoners

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