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Audition Selection | 16 Nov Artists
Congrats and Welcome to SN FILMS, Sima Renuka Karmakar & Dipak Barua
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review 2020-05-20 21:23
Review ~ Entertaining!
The Selection Shenanigans - Cate Lawley

Book source ~ Purchased


My favorite vegan vampire is at it again. She and Alex need to solve a security breach at HQ, but before they can do that, not just one murder happens, but two! This is a fairly quick funny read that is just what I needed during these stressful COVID-19 times. Mallory is as scatterbrained as usual and it’s always fun to try to figure out her thought process. Alex is yummy as always and it’s awesome to see everyone else, too. Boone especially gets some extra time in this story and I’m glad. Because who could ever hate such a special doggo? We get a new character in the form of Madeline. I like her. A lot. And I’m so glad I discovered she has a series of her own. Now I must read them! There is one character I’m concerned about at the end of this tale and it’s driving me a bit loony. I hope everything ends up ok and I look forward to Mallory’s next adventure.

Source: imavoraciousreader.blogspot.com/2020/05/the-selection-shenanigans.html
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text 2020-04-13 08:51
RBI Grade B Selection Process

RBI Grade B selection procedure is one of the main features to be optimized before applying for the exam. RBI Grade B Selection Process makes you aware of the stages of the selection in that particular exam. Especially when it comes to this exam, you need to be aware of every aspect to get the RBI Grade B job profile.

To give you a brief today, we are sharing the complete RBI Grade B selection process  which will be based on the three major tests – Prelims, Mains & Interview.

RBI Grade B notification has been released. Candidates those who are eligible for RBI Grade B exam can go through the complete details about RBI Grade B Selection process.

Source: www.anujjindal.in/different-levels-selection-process-rbi-grade-b
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text 2020-03-12 05:34
SEBI Grade A Phase 1 result

SEBI Grade A Phase 1 result Out! The Securities and Exchange Board of India has finally declared the SEBI Grade A Phase 1 result 2018. Roll Numbers of candidates shortlisted for SEBI Grade A Officer Phase II Exam has been uploaded on the official website of SEBI.


SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) Officer Grade A Phase I exam was conducted on 17th November 2018. Students can check their SEBI Grade A officer result, scorecard, and cutoff marks from the links provided below or SEBI official website.



Check Your Result Here –



Check your Scorecard Here –



Check Cutoff Marks Here –



SEBI Grade A Phase 2 Results 2018

Source: www.anujjindal.in/sebi-grade-a-phase-1-phase-2-result
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review 2020-03-11 16:51
The Selection Trilogy by Kiera Cass
The Selection - Kiera Cass
The Elite - Kiera Cass
The One - Kiera Cass

For this review I will only be talking about the first three Selection novels by Kiera Cass that follow the story of America and Maxon, reviewing the characters and then the story-line, ending with what I did and didn't enjoy about the trilogy. I purchased the complete series through Scholastic Books last year, and I was excited to get around to reading them, which ended up being around the end of January of this year. 


I'll begin with America Singer, the main character of the story and the point of view for the books. America's character is so real and honest, which created a refreshing and exciting read through her eyes. Her heart is pure, and she always does what she believes is right regardless of the consequences.Along with this, she's very stubborn and refuses to be influenced against her views, which causes many problems for her with a lot of people. Regardless, she aspires to make Ilea a better place for her family and others living in the lower chastes. America is presented with conflict in her love life, facing a choice between her teenage love and the Prince of Ilea, both of which end up becoming a big part of her life during the Selection. 


Next up is Maxon Schreave, the Prince of Ilea and the bachelor of the Selection. He's seen as just another royal snob to America before they begin to interact, where it's revealed that Maxon is very genuine and true to himself. He's respectful and kind to America and all of the other women in the Selection, and the story proceeds to show the sides of him that aren't seen by everyone else. As his relationship with America progresses, she comes to understand that he too cares greatly about the people of Ilea and those around him, and that he's always had the same intentions as America regarding the government and society systems. To create conflict, his Father, the King, does everything in his power to shoot down all of Maxon and America's ideas.


The final main character is Aspen Leger, who is America's ex and childhood friend, and a prestigious guard at the castle. He is strong-willed and protective of America, risking his job to visit her in her room whenever he gets the chance. Aspen is a wholesome character with honest intentions for his relationship with America - which is a crucial factor of both his and America's character development in their story. 


The additional characters throughout this trilogy are done really well and had a great part in supporting the main characters through their decisions. For example, the King and Queen of Ilea, America's maids and family, and the other girls in the Selection are all characters that variously affected the development and choices of other characters. 


Regarding the story-line throughout The Selection, The Elite, and The One, I really enjoyed the consistency of surprises and plot twists and turns, and how it always kept me on the edge of my seat while reading each of the books. The way the story flowed, progressed, and connected at points was impressive and very well written. The use of the Northern and Southern rebels and their frequent attacks with varying intensity created lots of suspense that left me wondering what was going to happen next! This made it nearly impossible to put down any of the books while I was reading them, and I would give this trilogy an impressive score for how close I got to throwing each book many times, especially as I finished them. 


In the end, I really enjoyed The Selection Trilogy, and would definitely read it again, possibly even multiple re-reads. There was a lot that I loved about the books, but there is something that I wish was written differently about Maxon and America's love story. For 2 1/2 books, Kiera Cass adds quite a bit of length to the development of their relationship, with lots of ups and downs and conflicts between them, which does keep my interest, but at the end of the 3rd book, their conclusion feels soooo rushed. It's true that they've been affected by massive loss and don't want to waste any more time wandering around "maybe's", but I do wish it didn't feel so jumped at the end. 


Overall, I rate these books 5 stars because they kept my interest the entire time, the writing was impressive, the plot was amazing, and the characters were very well written and developed through the story. 2 big thumbs up for Kiera Cass, and I can't wait to read The Heir! 

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