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    Self Introduction to friends of this site.

    This is Krishnan from Tamil Nadu. I am new to this site and hope to have pleasant debates with you all.
  • #652454
    Welcome to the site. Go through the help section where you will find the desired knowledge about this site. Also you may go through the forum where you will find different threads available regarding the site.

    " It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not" ... Andre Gide

  • #652463
    A warm welcome to you on to this excellent site which is a place to learn and simultaneously there is a scope to earn a few rupees also. Before starting your journey here I advise you to go through the help topics which will be seen if you click on More on the top blue bar. You go through the various help topics there. Then you go through the articles which are on the top of the list of articles in which you will get some good guidelines. Same way try to read the top pinned forum discussions which are mostly from the Editors of the site. Once you finish these exercises you will gain the knowledge required to know about the site and how to perform on the site. Then you can proceed further by responding to the threads and postings new threads.
    I wish you all the best here and expect you to have a long and fruitful journey on this site. Best of Luck.

    always confident

  • #652464
    Mr. Krishnan: All of us welcome you here on the auspicious day of Deepavali. We are also eager to learn from your experience. You please tell all of us about yourself. Kindly explore the interesting Sections and Sub-sections of this site and then start contributing in such Sections/Sub-sections in which you are most comfortable.

    Best wishes to you.

    Beware! I question everything and everybody.

  • #652501
    Welcome to this educational and knowledge sharing site. Here forum section is the most vibrant place giving opportunity and chance to all the members for healthy group discussions and even resolution of certain controversies in the society and political scenario around.

    So for those who have a liking for debate and group discussions, it is an ideal place.

    ISC has many sections and depending upon one's liking and taste one can choose his action area here.

    So do contribute your valuable thoughts on various subjects here and I wish you a happy creative journey here.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #652503
    Welcome to ISC! As suggested by other members, kindly go through the help topics and section wise FAQs and gain a complete idea about the working of ISC. Please post a response to this thread if you have any queries regarding the guidelines and policies of ISC.

    To make your presence visible in ISC, first be an active member at forum section and then later move on to other sections such as Articles, Ask Experts, Jobs, etc. and be an active contributor. While submitting your valuable contents, remember to stick on to the guidelines of ISC. To get notifications regarding the ISC contest announcements and awards, have a regular look at the red-pinned threads in the forum section. Kick-start your writing journey by submitting interesting contents in various sections. Be a regular contributor to ISC and use this platform wisely to learn and earn. All the Best!

  • #652540
    Krishnan, Welcome to the ISC family. Of course you can participate in active GDs and debate on various topics and hope you will enjoy that too. As suggested by all the members and editor, you follow all the necessary guidelines and start contributing on a regular basis.

    This is a perfect place to learn as well as earn. Go through the different sections and contribute in them. You raise an interesting topic in the forum and members will express their opinions in them. It's just the beginning. Wish you all the best!


    "Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"

  • #652694

    It is really good to see your initial imprints at ISC with some unique, interesting topics. It is unfortunate that those threads received only a lukewarm response and have got shifted to the second page of our forum. What I suggest is that when you initiate a topic and some responses come in, then you could take the discussion further with your own additional views, perhaps bringing up points to support or counter-react to the views brought in by the responders. That will keep the thread active. Note, though, that beyond 10 days (check the date of the forum thread at the top) a response should not be posted, unless it is related to some complaint or problem which has yet to be resolved.

    We look forward to your contributions in our other sections as well, especially the Ask Expert and articles' sections. In case you need guidance in these sections, submit your queries in the forum. We'll be happy to help!

    When you make a commitment, you create hope. When you keep a commitment you create trust! ~ John C. Maxwell

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