institute of technical education

wanna one as things my singaporean mom has said

i got inspired and stitches from @cheonjaem ‘s wanna one as conversations with my asian mom and i have decided to make my own! disclaimer: this is not meant to offend anyone of any race, religion, status of education or people of colour, just things my mom have said to me over the years to make me into the singaporean kid i am today lol and also, this is in a singaporean context,with a mix of chinese dialect and other languages like malay!

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galestork  asked:

Do you know how old Dani Kade and Graham are on Rescue Bots? In an episode I just watched, the mayor (who had lost some memory) thought Cody was Graham, and I think it was established that the mayor had lost like, 10 years of memory? So Cody's age + 10 = Graham? But, isnt that still a bit young for being an engineer or whatever? Idk if it's ever explained later bc I'm only just at s3 now, but I couldn't find anything online about it.

Don’t think their ages were ever given in the show, but that would put them all in their early to mid-20s, which doesn’t seem outlandish. Graham, in fact, is still in higher education; he’s accepted to Gremsky Technical Institute late in season 1, and is seen doing homework in season 2. Rescue work’s just in the Burns blood, and they start ‘em young - after all, Cody sees his fair share of action too!

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“HOW STUDENT LOANS WORK”

We’ve all heard how student debt is piling up and there’s no end in sight and everything’s gonna explode probably. Many careers still require some higher education, and while we’ve made a video all about ways to make that education cheaper, for many people, unless Uncle Money-Butt passes away, student loans are gonna be a necessity. So how do student loans work, and how can you make them work better for you?

Part One: The FAFSA

AKA Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Before you start looking at loans, you need to fill one of these babies out, either online or on paper, which apparently is still a thing.

In addition to being used for federal financial aid like loans and grants, the FAFSA is also used by state and school funded programs, including some scholarships. If you’re in high school, you’ll want to do this ASAP after January 1st of your senior year. If you’re not in high school, you should still do it ASAP after the New Year.

Why? Well, many factors determine your eligibility for financial aid. But most financial aid is given out on a first come, first served basis, so the earlier you submit your FAFSA, the better your chances of receiving the maximum amount available to you. Alas, it isn’t a one-time thing, either: You need to submit a new form every year you are applying for aid, as your finances or your family’s finances, may change.

To actually fill it out your FAFSA, you’ll need some documents. There are a lot of them, so right now they’re hovering around my face. Also, don’t leave any space blank, if a certain section does not apply to you, write N/A or zero.

Part Two: Types of Loans

After submitting your FAFSA, a number of different loan options will be available. These include:

1. Stafford Loans – These are offered directly to you, the student, from the US Department of Education. They an be used to pay for higher education at a degree-granting institution, trade, career, technical school, or for community college.

Stafford loans will either be subsidized or unsubsidized, based on your financial need. Subsidized loans mean you don’t have to pay any interest on the loan while you’re in school at least half-time. If your loan is unsubsidized, you begin accruing interest on the first day you receive your funding.

2. PLUS Loans – AKA “Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students.” These loans are offered to the parents of students by the US Department of Education to help fund their child’s education. PLUS loans are limited to the actual educational expenses minus any other financial aid received by the student.

3. Perkins Loans – Perkins loans are available for undergraduate or graduate students. These loans are financed by your school, but are guaranteed by the federal government. Perkins loans are based on financial need and have caps of $27,500 for undergraduate students, and $60,000 for graduate students.

Part Three: Repayment

Hey, check out that fancy piece o’ paper in your hands! Huzzah! Now let’s pay the loans back! Here are your options!

  • - Original terms - You can repay based on your loan’s original terms. This is typically a 10 year repayment plan. This is the most common method.
  • - Income-based repayment - You can enroll in an income-based repayment plan. This is the second most common repayment plan. The terms of your original loan are then restructured to fit into your budget based on your current level of income.
  • - Deferment - If you cannot afford your student loan payment, in some cases you can defer making your student loan payments. Deferment doesn’t get rid of your student loan debt, it simply puts off when your repayment plan begins. It’s usually only granted to current students, citizens in the military, or if you’re unemployed or are earning less than the minimum wage. Unsubsidized loans will continue to accrue interest during deferment, however, so it’s a good idea to make any payments that you’re able to.
  • - Consolidation Loans – If you’re now out of school and find your current repayment plan difficult to manage, you can always consolidate your loans. Consolidating will take multiple loans and simplify them into a single new loan. This can make repayment simpler and can extend your repayment terms up to 30 years, which will lower your monthly payments, but will greatly increase the amount of interest you pay over the years.

Part Four: A Note for Parents

According to Forbes, more than half of all student loans are now delinquent or in deferral. These loans can be for staggering amounts. If you choose to help your child with college, saving early is. The IRS wants to help you save for your child’s education, so they established 529 Savings Plans, which is kind of like a Roth IRA for this saving for your bebes’ future. Not all of you will have parents who can afford to help with school, but I want everyone to know this option exists to help.

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Chennai Institute of Technology has been established in the year 2010. CIT with its prime objective of providing quality technical education with adequate industrial exposure, caters to the needs of the youth with its innovative teaching methods. Mr. P. SRIRAM, a successful first generation entrepreneur in the metro for the past two decades and his expertise in the industry enhanced his thirst for establishing a technical educational institution under the banner of the Chennai Institute of Technology.

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