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The Indianization of English

Articlein English Today 2(02):31 – 33 ·  April 1986with968 Reads

DOI: 10.1017/S026607840000198X

Braj B Kachru
Braj B Kachru

The imperial transplant of 1835 has taken root in the soil of the Indian subcontinent and flourishes today as an Indian language in its own right.

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  • … During the last few decades an increasingly significant body of scholarly research has been devoted to an exploration of the features of different varieties of English as used in different parts of the world in diverse social and cultural contexts. Kachru (1986bKachru ( , 1990) divides these varieties of English into three concentric circles. The Inner Circle includes countries in which English has traditional historical and sociolinguistic origins, such as the UK, USA, and Australia. …
    Features of Saudi English Research Articles Abstracts
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  • … It is common knowledge that English first spread to Scotland, Wales Obviously, the forecast has come true and the new varieties require fresh terms to designate the processes that characterize them. Therefore, it is no wonder that critical literature (e. g. Kachru 1983; Pandharipande, 1987; Phillipson, 1992; Crystal, 1997; Pennycook, 1997; Annamalai, 2004 English literature write with an accent, as it were, because they have to carry the weight of different experiences in various surroundings. I agree with Nelson (1985, p. 245) who observes, " When one reads a non-native variety text or listens to a non-native discourse, it becomes clear that there are devices and elements that are not the same as those in a native variety text or discourse. …
    … These are long journeys. Some scholars (Kachru, 1983Kachru, , 1986Kachru, , 1998Kachru, , 2004 Platt, et al. 1984; Parasher, 1991; Gorlach, 1991 Gorlach, , 1995 Gorlach, , 1998 Dasgupta, 1993; Greenbaum, 1996; Mehrotra, 1998; McArthur, 1998; Enokizono, 2000; Bolton, 2002; Jenkins, 2003; Stanlaw, 2004; Melchers and Shaw, 2003; Robertson, et al. 2005) have travelled a few miles. I have travelled a few steps in this direction (Patil, 1989aPatil, , 1989bPatil, , 1991Patil, , 1993Patil, , 1994Patil, , 1995Patil, , 1996Patil, , 1999Patil, , 2002Patil, , 2005aPatil, , 2005b). …
    Critical Discourse Analysis: Euphemization and Derogation on the emails written on the death of the Pope
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      Ali Rahimi

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  • … This paradigm examines the forms and functions of English varieties outside of traditionally native contexts, such as Australia, Canada, the United States, and Great Britain. This framework is rooted in the work of Kachru (1965 Kachru ( , 1976 Kachru ( , 1982 Kachru ( , 1983 Kachru ( , 1986 Kachru ( , 1997) and has developed a large body of scholarship through journals such as World Englishes and in numerous edited volumes (Bailey & Görlach, 1982; Bamgbose, Banjo, & Thomas, 1995; Cheshire, 1991; Pride, 1982; Smith, 1981; Thumboo, 2001b). Within this paradigm, research has focused primarily on institutionalized varieties of English (IVEs), varieties that are used alongside other languages in countries previously colonized by Great Britain, such as Malaysia, Kenya, Singapore, Nigeria, and India: [IVEs] have a long history of acculturation in new cultural and geographical contexts; they have a large range of functions in the local educational, administrative, and legal systems. …
    … For example, Chisanga and Kamwangamalu (1997) use this term to refer to the indigenization of English in South Africa by means of lexical borrowings, morpho-syntactic transfer, and semantic extension. Their study illustrates the productive processes that exemplify the ways in which speakers have appropriated English for their own use, and it is representative of a long tradition of similar research, such as that by Kachru (1983), Lowenberg (1986), Platt, Weber, and Ho (1984), and Thumboo (2001b). In his plenary address, entitled " The Ownership of English, " Widdowson (1994) also used the term ownership to refer to the ways in which speakers appropriate English for their own use. …
    " Ownership" of English in the Outer Circle: An Alternative to the NS-NNS Dichotomy
    • Dec 2003


  • … This is one reason that AE has been classified as a stress-timed language rather than syllable-timed, in the dichotomy of Pike (1946). IE, by contrast, has been classified as a syllable-timed language by Kachru (1983) and others. For example Crystal (1995) says that the use of English as a world language has in generaì`resulted in varieties of Modern English in which the syllable timing has been transferred from the contact languages, producing a natural variety of isosyllabic English as a mother tongue by large numbers of people,'' and he goes on to say that“that“This situation is most dramatic in the subcontinent of India, where one of the most noticeable features of IE ± and the one which contributes most to the difficulty British speakers have in understanding Indian speech ± is the failure to preserve traditional stress distinctions because of the isosyllabic rhythm'' (Crystal, 1995: 176). …
    Phonetic Stress in Indian English vs. American English
    • Aug 2003
    • Caroline Wiltshire

      Caroline Wiltshire

    • Russell Moon

  • … And even when it comes to similarities, the high frequency of nouns borrowed from French may not be much to write home about (both Indo-Aryan and Dravidian languages have borrowed a lot of nouns from English). As for the opposite direction, it is useful to note that both English±InterHindi and Indian English borrow interjections and nouns from Hindi (see Hooper, 1917 and Kachru, 1983 ). One would have to show that the similarities in the quantitative asymmetries can't be made to follow from the same *(micro-) sociolinguistic factors that seem to have colored the phonology of Brussels French and persuaded the Alsatian speakers to begin to transfer their identity to their mixed-code. …
    Borrowing and shift-induced interference: Contrasting patterns in French–Germanic contact in Brussels and Strasbourg
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    • Jeanine  Treffers-Daller 

      Jeanine  Treffers-Daller 

  • … Watt's New Testament, which provides evidence of the state of Kwamera in the second half of the nineteenth century, suggests that linguistic change here has involved the language's lexical/semantic systems only. Unlike the case of several Indian codes (described by Kachru 1983), or that of " Mixmix " of the Philippines (Marasigan 1983), extensive code-mixing and borrowing have not produced a distinct variety. And unlike the case of several Papuan languages, a century and more of code-mixing on Tanna has not significantly altered Kwamera's phonology, morphology, or syntax. …
    Bislama into Kwamera: Code-mixing and Language Change on Tanna (Vanuatu)
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    • Lamont Lindstrom

      Lamont Lindstrom

  • Language Universals and Second Language Acquisition
    • Mar 1986
    • Ellen Broselow

      Ellen Broselow

  • Exotic Other: Western representation of India in English literature and film
    • Jul 1986

  • Language in Education: Minorities and Multilingualism in India
    • Jul 1996
    • Int Rev Educ
    • Kamal K. Sridhar

      Kamal K. Sridhar

  • Optimality and the syntax of lectal variation
    • Jan 1997
    • Rajesh M. Bhatt

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          The second part is the MEE, Multistate Essay Exam. This tests your knowledge of Illinois’ laws.  Topics that may be covered include administrative law, agency and partnership, business organizations, commercial paper, conflict of law, criminal procedure, equity, family law, federal taxation, Illinois civil procedure, secured transactions, suretyship, trusts and future interests, and wills and estates.

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          • Two recent passport-type photos submitted along with the Photos Submission Form
          •  IL Authorization and Release form (signed and notarized) 
          • Any required police reports, citations,  court records and/or documents as a result of your answers to Character and Fitness Questions
          • Print and forward the Certificate of Dean to your law school for completion and delivery to the Board.
          • Mail everything to Illinois Board of Admissions, 625 S. College Street, Springfield IL 62704. The Board will not verify receipt of application materials if you phone them. You should use return receipt requested (USPS) or overnight carrier with receipt to ensure that the Board received all items.  

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          Here are passing rates from the Illinois Bar Exam from 2002 to 2011, provided by Adaptibar:

          • 2002- 72%
          • 2003- 75%
          • 2004- 76%
          • 2005- 78%
          • 2006-79%
          • 2007-82%
          • 2008-85%
          • 2009-84%
          • 2010-84%
          • 2011-83%

          Multistate Professional Responsibility Exam (MPRE)

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          If you are already a licensed attorney, you may apply for Admission on Motion to the Illinois Bar. You must meet the following requirements:

          • You have a J.D. or L.L.B. from an ABA-approved law school
          • You have licensed to practice in the highest court of a US jurisdiction for at least five years
          • You have been certified by the Committee on Character and Fitness
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          • You have actively practiced law for five of the past seven years
          • You have not failed the Illinois bar exam in the past five years

          If you feel that you meet these requirements, you must initiate application for a Preliminary Questionnaire . If approved, you will be instructed on how to proceed. The fee to file for admission on motion is $1250.

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          About six to eight weeks after taking the bar exam, your scores will be mailed to you. Information on where and when to report for your admission ceremony to the bar will be provided if you passed. After bar admission, you must complete a Basic Skills Course of at least 15 actual hours of instruction.

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          • What is Magix Music Maker?

            Magix Music Maker is a digital audio workstation (DAW) that provides an assortment of recording software tools for different user requirements. The DAW is available in two flavours: regular and premium. The “premium” version essentially offers two times of what the regular version provides. The music recording tool boasts a big loop library, drag-drop functionality, and clearly made virtual instruments.

          • What does the software come handy with?

            The software can record external instruments. It can also be used for mixing and mastering music, courtesy the built-in mastering suite. The premium version comes with a huge library of sounds and loops (more than 6,000 loops) that encompass a myriad of genres too, including rock, funk, hip-hop, electronic, etc.

          • Who is Music Maker for?

            Music Maker comes in four separate editions: Basic, Plus, Live and Premium. The basic variant, as the name indicates, is ideal for absolute beginners. People who have fiddled with music-making software in the past and know how to navigate and work with the tool should find any of the other three variants ideal.

          • How is the user interface like?

            The user interface is quite simple, letting the composer position or draw prerecorded sound blocks or MIDI loops onto the grid, with the basic dynamics and basic channel effects on the left. There is also the option to bring up an even advanced mixing station.

          • Is Music Maker free?

            The basic version is free; the other three versions are paid tools. The free edition, however, is no slouch and comes loaded with loops and sounds that should suffice to make music for demo tracks and online videos. The free tool should also help newbies get acquainted with DAW software, learn more about audio composition, audio recording and editing, etc.

          • How easy is using Magix Music Maker?

            Music Maker can be used by any individual who has basic computer skills. The free version was built to be the ideal platform for people to try the software and upgrade to the premium versions as per their requirements. In fact, the basic version also has an “easy mode” that comes with a less cluttered and intuitive interface.

          • How good are the virtual instruments?

            The virtual instruments provided sound very much like real music instruments, which helps people who have never played with music instruments before get a feel for things. The instruments included are a grand piano, acoustic drum module, and an analogue synthesizer, to name a few. The virtual instruments can also be used for playing compositions made using the MIDI editor.

          • Is there support for external files?

            Magix Music Maker facilitates importing of audio files that can be incorporated into custom compositions. It also supports external video files by opening a dedicated video monitor that would play in full-screen mode. This feature is handy for people who feel the built-in loops and sound presets are not sufficient enough.

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            Music Maker offers a feature-packed editing tool. It has a 10-band equaliser, echo, reverb, compressor and flanger effects that come with multiple preset choices. Also included are a processor, master limiter, spectrum analyser, frequency tuner, channel mixer, effects previewer and infinite cue points.

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          Game Maker è uno strumento universale, adatto a creare qualunque genere di videogioco bidimensionale. Funziona su un principio non troppo distante dalla programmazione ad oggetti: ogni elemento che compone un videogioco, come i personaggi, le immagini di sfondo e persino specifiche azioni, è considerato come un oggetto, con proprietà che ne determinano il comportamento quando si verifica un evento, ad esempio la pressione di un tasto da parte del giocatore.


          Con Game Maker puoi in teoria creare anche titoli tridimensionali, ma in questo caso l’interfaccia grafica non è sufficiente; bisogna imparare ad utilizzare il linguaggio di scripting proprietario dell’applicazione, versatile come un vero e proprio linguaggio di programmazione, ma ovviamente molto più complesso da utilizzare. Inoltre alcune opzioni grafiche utili per la grafica tridimensionale non sono attive in questa versione Lite del programma, ma solo in quella Pro, che costa comunque poco.

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            buon programma per crare giochi.
            buon programma per creare videogiochi. puoi creare solo alcuni tipi di videogio…   Altri
            buon programma per crare giochi.
            buon programma per creare videogiochi. puoi creare solo alcuni tipi di videogiochi, perché gli altri giochi sono molto difficili da creare
            Pros: molte funzioni
            Cons: grafica non proprio eccellente
            abbastanza difficile da usare

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            Serve impegno e pazienza per buoni risultati….
            Molto buono,da piccole cose si possono creare grandi cose….   Altri
            Serve impegno e pazienza per buoni risultati….
            Molto buono,da piccole cose si possono creare grandi cose…

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            Ottimo programma. io consiglio anche sploder, un sistema online (senza download) che vi permette di re…   Altri
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            aiutatemi ples.
            non riesco a scaricarlo qualcuno mi potete dire il perche. comunque grazie lo stesso .

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            Un programma che ti permette di svilupare la fantasia.
            Sì, stare là a creare un videogioco è difficile e i risul…   Altri
            Un programma che ti permette di svilupare la fantasia.
            Sì, stare là a creare un videogioco è difficile e i risultati variano, ma è magnifico e creativo . Devo dire che ha superato le mie aspettative grazie alle mille funzioni che ha .

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          For the Western Baptist Bible College in Kansas City, Missouri, see Western Baptist Bible College (Missouri) .
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          Motto“Dedicating Heart and Mind to God”
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          Endowment $3 million
          President Dr. Sheldon C. Nord
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          Undergraduates 1,024
          Postgraduates 188
          Location Salem , Oregon , USA
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          Corban University is a private, independent college in Salem , Oregon . The school of about 1,200 students offers undergraduate work in biblical studies, liberal arts, and professional studies, and graduate work in business, ministry, education and counseling. Corban is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities , and athletically is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics , competing in the Cascade Collegiate Conference .


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          History[ edit ]

          First established in 1935 in Phoenix, Arizona as the Phoenix Bible Institute, the college moved in 1946 to Oakland , California and took the name Western Baptist Bible College, being affiliated with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches (GARBC) . [1] In the mid-1950s the school moved to El Cerrito, California ,. [1] [2] In 1969, the college moved to Salem, Oregon , where it operates today. [1]

          The school shortened the name to Western Baptist College in 1973. [3] In the 1970s, Western added liberal arts programs in addition to ministry programs. Reno Hoff became the president of the institution in 1999, replacing David Miller. [4] In 2001, Beth Bartosik became the first Fulbright Scholar in the school’s history. [5] Corban received a $2.1 million donation in 2001 to go towards a new performing arts center and chapel, the largest donation ever for the school. [6]

          In 2004, U.S. News and World Report ranked the school as the eighth best in the western United States for comprehensive colleges, and ninth the following year. [7] The college’s name was changed from Western Baptist College to Corban College on May 7, 2005. “Corban,” a Hebrew word, means “a gift dedicated to God.” [8] Later in 2005 the college opened Davidson Hall, a residence hall, and had their largest incoming class to that point with 207 freshman and an overall enrollment of 860. [9] In 2006, U.S. News & World Report listed the school at eight, the fifth year in a row the school was in the top ten. [10] As of 2009, the college had an endowment of about $3 million. [11] In 2013, U.S. News Best Colleges listed Corban in its Top 10 for the West for the 13th year in a row.

          Corban accepts Christian students, and holds a Title IX exemption from the US Department of Education. Students are required to provide their testimony of their saving relationship with Jesus Christ in their application to Corban. In the summer of 2007, Corban’s name was extended to Corban College and Graduate School in order to reflect the institution’s graduate programs in education and business. [12] In honor of the institution’s 75th anniversary, the school became known as Corban University on May 1, 2010. [13] Dr. Reno Hoff retired as president on June 30, 2013, and was succeeded by Dr. Sheldon C. Nord, who serves as the university’s 10th president.

          Academics[ edit ]

          Residence hall at the college

          Corban’s motto is “Dedicating heart and mind to God,” and Corban’s mission is “To educate Christians who will make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ” (Matthew 28:19-20). Corban operates as a liberal arts college and a Bible college. All Corban graduates, regardless of major, take a minimum of 18 semester units of Bible classes. Also, all classes are taught from a biblical perspective to show that Christ should be integrated in all areas of life. Corban is theologically conservative, yet attracts men and women from a wide variety of denominations and traditions. Most of the faculty hold advanced degrees, and all are professionally active in their disciplines. Corban is committed small class sizes and interactive pedagogy, where students are treated as individuals. In order to graduate, students must also complete a minimum of 50 hours of community outreach. [14] The school was ranked as the fifth best amongst western regional colleges by U.S. News & World Report in 2016. [15]

          Campus[ edit ]

          Corban’s campus is on a wooded hillside on the outskirts of Salem, and the college owns approximately 222 acres (0.90 km2) of the wooded hillside. The trees are mainly Douglas Fir and Oregon White Oak with a smattering of Big Leaf Maple. The site was previously the site of the Oregon Institute for Deaf-Mutes and then the Oregon State Tuberculosis Hospital . [16] Some buildings on campus date to those facilities. [16] Over one hundred bird species have been identified on campus. The school also operated the Corban School of Ministry in Tacoma, Washington , after the Northwest Baptist Seminary was merged with Corban in 2010. [17]

          Throughout the years Corban has emphasized community. Freshmen and Sophomores, unless over the age of 21 or are married, must live on campus. [9] They have six resident halls: Aagard, Farrar, Prewitt, Van Gilder, Balyo, and Davidson. Also on campus is the 683-seat Psalm Performing Arts Center opened in 2005 at a cost of $3.7 million. [18] The library also houses the Prewitt-Allen Archaeological Museum with collections from Greece and the Middle East. [19]

          Radio station[ edit ]

          Corban University operates KWBX (90.3 FM), a non-commercial educational radio station with its transmitter in Salem, Oregon . It is part of the Air-1 Network , a Christian Hit Radio format. KWBX breaks from the network on the 20s for local news, weather, and announcements.

          Athletics[ edit ]

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          Corban University teams, nicknamed athletically as the Warriors, are part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), primarily competing in the Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC). Men’s sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming and track & field; while women’s sports include basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, track & field and volleyball. The school colors are navy and gold. [8]

          The C. E. Jeffers Sports Center is a multi-purpose 1,500 seat sports arena in Salem, Oregon which is home to the Corban Warriors. [20] It was opened in 1979 and houses the basketball and volleyball teams. The student section, which is reserved for “Fanatics,” is small but passionate. The building namesake, Clarence E. Jeffers, was a Corban graduate and building contractor . [21] The exterior of the arena was renovated in 2013. [22]

          Notable alumni[ edit ]

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          • Elizabeth Halseth , Nevada State Senator [23]
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          • Sherrie Sprenger , member of Oregon House of Representatives

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          1. ^ a b c Liao, Ruth (May 4, 2008). “Mid-Valley: Corban graduates told to ‘have direction“. Statesman Journal. p. 1. 
          2. ^ “Western Bible College” . Archived from the original on 16 September 2010. Retrieved 17 August 2010. 
          3. ^ Day, Shawn (May 2, 2004). “Western Baptist plans name change”. Statesman Journal. pp. 3C. 
          4. ^ Hernandez, Romel (October 12, 1999). “Baptist college president steps down in Salem; David Miller resigns after eight years as leader of Western Baptist College”. The Oregonian. pp. D4. 
          5. ^ Knowlton (April 24, 2001). “Western Baptist College has its first Fulbright Scholar”. Statesman Journal. pp. 1C. 
          6. ^ Carter, Steven (December 10, 2002). “Salem’s Western Baptist College receives a record $2.1 million gift”. The Oregonian. pp. D4. 
          7. ^ Yeager, Angela (August 21, 2005). “Willamette Valley”. Statesman Journal. pp. 3C. 
          8. ^ a b Day, Shawn (October 27, 2004). “W. Baptist renamed Corban College”. Statesman Journal. p. 1C. 
          9. ^ a b Day, Shawn (August 28, 2005). “New students find changed Corban campus”. Statesman Journal. pp. 1C. 
          10. ^ Hellesto, Rachel (August 29, 2006). “Magazine gives Corban College a high ranking”. Statesman Journal. p. 11. 
          11. ^ Daley, Jillian (January 7, 2009). “South Salem Today: Willamette endowment shrinks; Corban’s stays flat”. Statesman Journal. p. 1. 
          12. ^ “Brief: Corban College gets a new name”. Statesman Journal. August 29, 2007. p. 8. 
          13. ^ “Offering academics with a side of culture” . Statesman Journal . May 30, 2010. Archived from the original on February 3, 2013. Retrieved 1 July 2010. 
          14. ^ Parks, Geoff (September 17, 2008). “South Salem Today: Corban purrs with volunteerism”. Statesman Journal. p. 10. 
          15. ^ Siemers, Erik (September 14, 2011). “UofO 101st, OSU 138th in U.S. News rankings” . Portland Business Journal. Retrieved 4 February 2012. 
          16. ^ a b Casper, Beth (October 15, 2008). “South Salem Today: Corban replaces its 19th century boiler”. Statesman Journal. p. 19. 
          17. ^ “School of Ministry” . Ministry. Corban University. Archived from the original on 13 January 2012. Retrieved 15 February 2012. 
          18. ^ Monaghan, Matt (October 15, 2005). “Performing arts center dedicated”. Statesman Journal. pp. 1C. 
          19. ^ Hamlin, Holly (January 27, 2009). “Life: Library at Corban College has a surprising museum”. Statesman Journal. p. 1. 
          20. ^ “C. E. Jeffers Sports Center” . Corban University. Archived from the original on 20 February 2014. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 
          21. ^ “C.E. Jeffers Sports Center” . Corban University Athletic Department. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 
          22. ^ “C.E. Jeffers Sports Center gets new look” . Salem, Oregon: Corban University. 30 December 2013. Retrieved 3 February 2014. 
          23. ^ Damon, Anjeanette (6 March 2011). “State senator clarifies misinformation about her education” . Las Vegas Sun. 

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              Q. एक वस्तु को 575 रूपये में बेचने पर जितना लाभ होता हैं उतनी ही हानी उसे 385 रूपये में बेचने से होती हैं उस वस्तु का क्रय मुल्य कितना हैं।
              उत्तर – पहले मुल्य को x मानने पर
              ओर दुसरे मुल्य को y मानने पर
              x = 575
              y = 385
              Trick लगाने पर
              क्रय मुल्य = (x+y) /2

              = (575+385)/2
              = 960/2
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              LONGMONT, Colo. – The Faith Baptist School in Longmont has announced that it will close its doors for good after 45 years when the school year ends next month.

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              "Faith Baptist School began in 1971 as a ministry of Faith Baptist Church. Due to decreased enrollment and funding, the decision has been made to cease operations of Faith Baptist School at the conclusion of the 2015-2016 school year. We are thankful for the many years of service to Longmont and the surrounding communities and for the many students, parents, faculty, and staff who have been a part of Faith Baptist School. We rest in God’s sovereign direction and provision, and firmly believe that He uses all things for good (Romans 8:28)."

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              10 shocking things about Korean schools, teaching in EPIK Korea, teaching in a korean classroom
              As a foreigner teaching public elementary in Korea , I’ll readily admit, there are many differences between Korea and the U.S. Each day is far from boring.

              Within the first month of teaching, here’s 10 shocking facts I learned about Korean schools:

              1.  Korean high school students have a 16 hour school day

              Just how strongly do Koreans feel about education? It would shock you.

              The average high school student generally has class from about 8am until 9:30pm or 10pm. For the average Korean high school student, the goal is to get into good college and often, the competition is high.

              As a result, many will attend a hagwon (aka a private after school learning program) to accelerate their learning. Hagwons are private entities, which help reinforce higher education and English skills, so there is often a high demand for them. Often, they are run strictly like a business, running one class after another, prepping students for exams and drilling skills into them from the textbook. For students, this is perhaps, their one social outlet and way to meet other friends.

              Due to education being the main extracurricular sport, the average teen doesn’t get home until midnight. Thus, dinner is actually served at school.

              Middle school is a bit more lenient, as classes end around 4pm, with a possible hagwon learning afterwards.

              Read/Watch my YouTube video: EPIK vs Hagwon: Which is better?

              2.   School on Saturdays.

              If you think Korean students have the weekend for recreation, think again. The official school days were originally Monday to Saturday, which didn’t make for happy students or teachers.

              Since 2010 (during my teaching assignment), the school schedule, has changed and loosened up. Now the Korean public school system has two Saturdays per month, off.

              Update: A volunteer from the Korean Culture and Information Service(KOCIS) has informed me that “…since 2012, Korean public school system has every Saturdays off.”

              3.  Oh, respected Teacher…

              In Korea, the saying is “Teachers are as high as God“.

              You wouldn’t guess that from their pay scale, but teachers hold a valuable and respected place in society.  Korea emphasizes education and schooling to the power of a hundred. As a result, Korea possesses a high regard for its Korean teachers as being pillars of the schooling system.

              Retirement age isn’t until 65 years old. Seniority means increased pay and the overall work hours, holidays and vacation benefits are said to be better than regular office jobs.

              4. The Business side of Teaching

              Whoever thought I’d be making Powerpoint presentations (download a sample here ) and saving files on USB memory sticks for my teaching job? Those tools sound like an office job. But these are tools of the trade in my school.

              Dress attire? Professional to office casual attire is recommended, starting at elementary school.  Korea is a fashionable and stylish culture. A nice suit with jacket or blazer is a good starter as one must look respectable when teaching.

              Read: A Day in a Life of an EPIK Teacher

              teaching in EPIK Korea, teaching in a korean classroom

              Classrooms come with a computer (or computer counsel), connected to either, an overhead projector system or an LCD flat screen.  This doesn’t mean all teachers are tech saavy, though.

              teaching in korea, teaching at EPIK Korea, working in Korea, Korean computers 10 shocking facts about korean schools

              5.   The  five year teacher-principal rotation cycle

              Teachers rotate schools every five years.  It doesn’t matter if you love your school or not.

              After each five year term, the teachers, vice principal and principal undergo a lottery system and have to change schools. Thus, each year, a school may get new staff.

              This system is born to give each teacher an equal opportunity to work at good schools and bad. All teaching staff is subject to a valuation system and receive points for exams they take, workshops they attend as well as, receive incentive points for how well their school ranks in the district . Also, there are certain schools which are known to be model schools (these are the schools that Korean teachers want to teach at) where they have high performing students and other Korean teachers (and native English teachers like me), will make a trip to see how they run their classes and organize their programs to get their students to focus and learn. Learning is a serious business!

              Korea's model schools, PCs in Korean, workplace computers in Korea, teaching English in Korea, what is it like teaching English in Korea, teaching schedule in Korea, English lesson plans in Korea

              Model schools are where many Korean teachers want to teach at. They breed excellence in their curriculums and students are high learners.

              6.  Role playing via Hollywood style

              Some schools have blue screen technology and/or rooms with “role-playing sets” for kids to enact situations in.   One class example we saw was a market checkout scene.. they had aisles, shelves and a real conveyor belt.

              I eventually even worked at a Korean musical camp and we had role-playing rooms from traffic school (I had to wear a police hat and jacket and set up traffic cones) to a hospital room, with eye charts, stethoscope, height and weight scales, examination table, wheelchair and a doctor’s lab coat!  Chincha?

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              Aren’t they adorable? I love teaching English to my Korean students

              Blue screen

              7.   Corporal punishment is still alive.

              While in the U.S., corporal punishment of children blares “lawsuit”,  the Korean educational system and parents have less of an issue with physical discipline in school classrooms.

              Corporal punishment used to be allowed, and now, is somewhat tolerated,  covertly. It is 2010.  The school system is cracking down on this abuse, but it still happens in some schools. One of my fellow expat friends said they have a disciplinary stick in their school, that Korean teachers use  called the “magic wand”. Usually the disciplinarian is a male teacher.    Click here for an article on the subject (although it is a bit dated)

              Korea has however, employed physical discipline for disobedience in the past. The one below is a hands-off method I’ve seen used in some classrooms, as a way to make the students reflect on their wrong behavior, by challenging their mental endurance.

              corporeal punishment in Korea, discipline in Korean schools, teaching English in Korea, Korean classroomCommon punishment (though not corporeal) for young ones is hands out or raised in air.

              8.   Why some Korean students have “English” names.

              Korean folks with English names are often very proud of them. Alice, Lola or Angelina… Some just make you want to hold back a giggle, because they’re either dated or feel like “roleplay names”.  But ever wonder where Koreans get their names?

              Well, you can blame it on the foreign English teacher that gave it to them!

              Some school English programs and hagwons suggest students be given English names for better immersion and occasionally it’s up to some twenty-something half-grown EFL teacher to do so! In my EPIK teacher orientation , one  lecturer told us we might want to have a fishbowl of at least 25-100 English names for kids to choose from or to assign to students.

              Then again, some teachers let their students pick their names!  So if you have a student that comes up to you and introduces himself as Robocop (true story!)  you can probably guess what happened.

              Read •  1o (More) Shocking Facts about Korean Schools

              9.  Students take responsibility for the cleanliness of their school.

              One thing I admire about Korean values is that the Korean school system teaches students to be responsible for the care of their school. While employed janitors tend to major chores… trash on the school grounds, are actually done by students each morning  before the school bell rings!

              10.    Shoe Etiquette in the Classrooms

              You know that Asian tradition of taking your shoes off when you enter a house?  Yeah, well I practice it in the U.S. with my family in Hawaii.

              Korean culture and etiquette has a similar tradition as many Asian cultures, as they consider the feet to be dirty; so dirty that in fact, they wear house slippers at home.  But the shoe etiquette goes beyond the house and into the classroom. Students and school staff must remove their outdoor shoes and change into “school slippers” upon entering the building.

              Read  10 unusual things you didn’t know about Koreans

              10 more shocking facts about korean schools, teaching in Korea, teaching at EPIK Korea, 10 shocking facts about korean schools, korean culture 10 shocking facts about korean schools:  My outdoor shoes & my school sandals .
              (Below) School Shoes for Kids

              Bonus video:

              Watch my first day at my Korean Public Elementary School .

              How different is Korean culture from your own? Know of more shocking facts about Korean schools?  Care to share any idiosyncrasies you’ve experienced?

               More about Korean culture:

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              Lesson #5: “Why we all need to intervention” – Examining Exams

              September 25, 2017 1:14 pm

              […] average high school student has a 16 hour school day, from 8am to […]

              Eugene Cho

              December 17, 2016 6:47 am

              It is difficult to think that you have worked as an elementary school teacher, knowing these information. Unfortunately, (maybe fortunately for Korean students) most of these information is wrong. Many are corrected by other students above. However I see you haven’t fixed them.

              First of all, most students don’t stay in school for 16 hours. Most of them go to hagwon instead.

              Second of all, there are some schools on Saturday. However, it is only for students who would like to come for additional lessons. They teach stuff like ping pong and cooking, but you’d have to pay for it.

              Third, respecting teachers is a part of culture. From your writing, I highly suspect whether you have actually lived in Korea. Anyone who has lived temporarily in Korea would know that it is a tradition (although being damaged recently) to respect others. One of the four saints of the world, Gongja, referred Korea as the ‘polite country on the East’. Besides, you have said you worked as an elementary school teacher; students don’t treat teachers like god. There also is no such saying. If you had thought it as a surprise, it’s just due to difference of culture.

              Fourth, you don’t need a powerpoint to teach. It’s just style of teaching. The reason they have dress codes is to respect others. Some Koreans think that it is impolite to wear specific types of clothes. Besides, it is not strict.

              Seven, corporal punishment has been banned. Since September of 2011, it has officially been banned because it violates the rights of students.

              Eight, you have wrong reason for why Korean students have English names. My name is 유진, and it should be written as Yoojin. Since many foreigners have difficulty pronouncing ‘Yoojin’, and I don’t like to be called by strange names, my name is ‘Eugene’. Even though ‘Eugene’ is a boy’s name, more foreigners are pronouncing my name correctly.
              You may say that it is easy to pronounce ‘Yoojin’. But let’s take my sister’s name for example. Her name is 예원, and you write it as ‘Yewon’ (not available to put it in English completely due to lack of alphabet; it is pronounced completely differently). Isn’t it easier to write it as ‘Noel’?
              English names are made for you, foreigners, and for us. It does not stress you out because it is difficult to memorize the names. Foreigners do not have to be stressed out due to difficulty in pronouncing the names. We aren’t offended by awkward pronunciation of yours. It is a culture of respect. If Korean names were similar with English names, no one would have made English names.

              Nine, students don’t clean the school completely. For kids, parents volunteer. The outside of school is cleaned by teachers and volunteers. People are hired to clean bathroom. There are also other people who also work to clean the school.

              Ten, it is not because we consider feet to be dirty. It is our culture. Ask any foreigner who has lived in South Korea long enough. Due to system called ‘Ondol’, Koreans have warm floor. To benefit the system fully, Korean culture is often sitting on the floor. Therefore, there was no need for shoes inside the house. This is why we don’t wear shoes.

              Reading your writing, I seriously was confused because I did not know that foreigners can have such point of view toward South Korea. However, thinking about it, I doubt you having seen the high school at South Korea. Please email me if you think I am wrong. However, please change the wrong information; some can be offending to Koreans.


              November 30, 2016 2:56 am

              everything here is not true or like informatino from 10 years ago lol this website is a scam IMO LOL

              Ashanti Matthew Lee

              October 13, 2016 2:36 pm

              The 16 hours is not compulsory: normal high school hours are from around 9-5. Students can choose to attend those extra sessions. Furthermore, those classes are usually not as strict and have a much more relaxing atmosphere than during the normal session, plus they are not graded.

              At first I thought the rotating teacher rule was bad, but after experiencing private-public schools where they don’t have to do that, I kind of agree. It helps to keep teachers updated with their curriculum and on their toes, plus it was designed that way so not all the best teachers would end up in one place for long periods of time. I have taught in schools that did not have to follow that rule and seen teachers that still teach the same way they did 20 years ago.

              The business aspect: I do not know why this is unusual. A teacher in the states nowadays creates PPT’s and uses computers and smart-boards. It’s 2016.

              Teachers are not as high as ‘god’, that is an old saying, but respected nonetheless. I think from an American perspective it might seem unusual, but should it be? The fact is American teachers do not get enough respect and I think that is skewing peoples’ perspective.

              The punishment aspect has been diminishing and a teacher can get in serious trouble for using it (physically). The other ways, such as holding out a students hands, or holding up their arms are largely laughed by the students.


              September 27, 2016 12:57 am

              Korea is pure hell if you live there as a student. The competition and pressure is just too damn high. Korea is also not the place to live in if you love nature. The nature here is way too overcrowded and boring as fuck. The extreme temperatures also make Korea a horrible place to live. Air quality is shitty as well.


              April 29, 2018 2:33 pm

              Hey dude! Chill out bro, it’s not that bad here. I agree with the pressure, but we do have a whole lot of forest-y (I know that’s not a word) mountains, about 70% of korea are mountains, and the extreme temperature thing isn’t that bad as you say. At least it’s better than some countries, and for the air quality, really? If you think Korea is shitty, then try living in China. Now that’s what you call shitty air quality.

              Korean student

              September 16, 2016 3:24 am



              November 19, 2016 9:13 pm

              most of all are untrue.don’t believe every things in here.


              September 2, 2016 5:14 am

              it make fun i think?task in your life made you more responsible ?and give give a big courage for facing your problems in life ❤ this life is small so you may enjoy and be serious for some matter ?


              September 2, 2016 5:04 am

              hii i’m 16 and i am in first year of junior colleage . so could tou tell me ageof the students according to there class


              September 2, 2016 4:56 am

              There education system is as similar as indian education system? .i’m also a student of high school and i want to study there i think it made fun ?alot for me ? but i don’t know about ?how i’ll be applied in high school of southKorea Can any help me for that ????


              September 2, 2016 4:48 am

              hey this is as similar as to an indian education.i am student of high school and i want to study in south korea . It will make too much fun to study there and hope just i’ll be studied there ohh god how i applied for that i don’t know so what i do for that

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              List of universities and colleges in South Korea

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              This is a list of institutions of higher education in South Korea .

              Quick index[ edit ]

              A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U W Y

              A[ edit ]

              • Agricultural Cooperative College – Goyang , Gyeonggi
              • Ajou Motor College – Boryeong , South Chungcheong
              • Ajou University – Suwon , Gyeonggi
              • Andong Institute of Information Technology – Andong , North Gyeongsang
              • Andong National University – Andong, North Gyeongsang
              • Andong Science College – Andong, North Gyeongsang
              • Ansan University – Ansan , Gyeonggi
              • Ansung Polytechnic College – Anseong , Gyeonggi
              • Anyang University – Anyang, Gyeonggi
              • Asan Information and Technology Polytechnic College – Asan , South Chungcheong
              • Asia LIFE University – Daejeon
              • Asia United Theological University – Seoul and Yangpyeong County

              B[ edit ]

              See also under P

              • Baekseok Arts University – Seoul
              • Baekseok Culture University – Cheonan,
              • Baekseok University – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
              • Baewha Women’s University – Seoul
              • Berea University of Graduate Studies – Seoul
              • Bucheon University – Bucheon , Gyeonggi
              • Busan Arts College – Busan
              • Busan College of Information Technology – Busan
              • Busan Jangsin University – see Busan Presbyterian University
              • Busan Kyungsang College – Busan
              • Busan National University of Education – Busan
              • Busan Polytechnic College – Busan
              • Busan Presbyterian University – Gimhae , South Gyeongsang
              • Byuksung College – Gimje , North Jeolla

              C[ edit ]

              See also under J

              • Calvin University – Yongin , Gyeonggi
              • Capital Baptist Theological Seminary – Anseong, Gyeonggi
              • Catholic Sangji College – Andong, North Gyeongsang
              • Catholic University of Daegu – Gyeongsan , North Gyeongsang
              • Catholic University of Korea – Seoul and Bucheon City, Gyeonggi
              • Catholic University of Pusan – Busan
              • Changshin University – Masan , South Gyeongsang
              • Changwon National University – Changwon, South Gyeongsang
              • Changwon Polytechnic College – Changwon , South Gyeongsang
              • Cheju Halla University – Jeju City , Jeju
              • Cheju National University of Education – see Jeju National University of Education
              • Cheju Tourism College – Bukjeju County , Jeju
              • Cheonan College of Foreign Studies – see Baekseok College
              • Chonbuk National University – Jeonju, North Jeolla
              • Cheonan National Technical College – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
              • Cheonan University – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
              • Cheonan Yonam College – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
              • Cheongju National University of Education – Cheongju , North Chungcheong
              • Cheongju Polytechnic College – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
              • Cheongju University – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
              • Cheongshim Graduate School of Theology – Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
              • Chinju National University of Education – Jinju , South Gyeongsang
              • Chodang University – Muan County , South Jeolla
              • Chonbuk National University – see Jeonbuk National University
              • Chongin College – see Jeonbuk Science College
              • Chongju National College of Science and Technology – Cheongju and Jeungpyeong County , North Chungcheong
              • Chongju University – see Cheongju University
              • Chongshin University – Seoul
              • Chonnam National University – Gwangju
              • Choonhae College – Ulsan
              • Chosun University – Gwangju
              • Christian College of Nursing – Gwangju
              • Chugye University for the Arts – Seoul
              • Chuncheon Polytechnic College – Chuncheon , Gangwon
              • Chuncheon National University of Education – Chuncheon, Gangwon
              • Chung Cheong University – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
              • Chung-Ang University – Seoul and Anseong City, Gyeonggi
              • Chungbuk National University – Cheongju, North Chungcheong
              • Chungbuk Provincial College – Okcheon County , North Chungcheong
              • Chungju National University – Chungju , North Chungcheong
              • Chungkang College of Cultural Industries – Icheon , Gyeonggi
              • Chungnam Provincial College – South Chungcheong
              • Chungnam National University – Daejeon
              • Chungwoon University – Hongseong County, South Chungcheong
              • Chunnam Techno University – Gokseong County , South Jeolla

              D[ edit ]

              See also under T

              • Daebul University – Yeongam County , South Jeolla
              • Daecheon College – see Ajou Motor College
              • Daedong College – Busan
              • Daeduk College – Daejeon
              • Daegu Arts University – Chilgok County, North Gyeongsang
              • Daegu Cyber University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
              • Daegu Haany University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang and Daegu
              • Daegu Health College – Daegu
              • Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology – Daegu
              • Daegu Mirae College – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
              • Daegu National University of Education – Daegu
              • Daegu Polytechnic College – Daegu
              • Daegu Technical University – Daegu
              • Daegu University – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
              • Daegu University of Foreign Studies – Gyeongsan, North Gyeongsang
              • Daehan Graduate School of Theology – Anyang , Gyeonggi
              • Daejin University – Pocheon , Gyeonggi
              • Daejeon Health Sciences College – Daejeon
              • Daejeon Polytechnic College – Daejeon
              • Daejeon University – Daejeon Shini Kunku
              • Daelim College – Anyang, Gyeonggi
              • Daewon Science College – Jecheon , North Chungcheong
              • Dankook University – Seoul and Cheonan City, South Chungcheong
              • Dong-A College – Yeongam County, South Jeolla
              • Dong-A University – Busan
              • Dong-Ah Broadcasting College – Anseong, Gyeonggi
              • Dongduk Women’s University – Seoul
              • Dong-eui University – Busan
              • Dongguk University – Seoul and Gyeongju City, North Gyeongsang
              • Dongju College – Busan
              • Dongkang College – Gwangju
              • Dongnam Health College – Suwon , Gyeonggi
              • Dong-Pusan College – Busan
              • Dongseo University – Busan
              • Dong Seoul College – Seongnam , Gyeonggi
              • Dongshin University – Naju , South Jeolla
              • Dong-U College – Sokcho, Gangwon
              • Dongyang Mirae University – Seoul
              • Doowon Technical College – Anseong, Gyeonggi
              • Duksung Women’s University – Seoul

              E[ edit ]

              • Eulji University – Daejeon
              • Ewha Womans University – Seoul

              F[ edit ]

              • Far East University – Eumseong County , North Chungcheong

              G[ edit ]

              See also under K

              • Gachon Medical School – Incheon
              • Gachongil College – Incheon
              • Gachon University – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
              • Gangdong College – Eumseong, North Chungcheong
              • Gangneung-Wonju National University – Gangneung, Gangwon
              • Gangneung Yeongdong College – Gangneung , Gangwon
              • Gangwon Provincial College – Gangneung, Gangwon
              • Geochang Polytechnic College – Geochang , South Gyeongsang
              • Geumgang University – Nonsan
              • Gimcheon Science College – see Kimcheon Science College
              • Gochang Polytechnic College – Gochang County , North Jeolla
              • Gongju National University of Education – Gongju , South Chungcheong
              • Graduate School of Interpretation and Translation (GSIT) – see Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
              • Graduate School of Korean Studies – Seongnam, Gyeonggi
              • Gukje Digital University – Suwon, Gyeonggi
              • Gumi University – Gumi , North Gyeongsang
              • Gumi Polytechnic College – Gumi, North Gyeongsang
              • Gwangju Catholic University – Gwangju
              • Gwangju Health University – Gwangju
              • Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST) – Gwangju
              • Gwangju National University of Education – Gwangju
              • Gwangju Polytechnic College – Gwangju
              • Gwangju University – Gwangju
              • Gyeongbuk Provincial College – North Gyeongsang
              • Gyeongin National University of Education – Incheon
              • Gyeongju University – Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang
              • Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology – Jinju
              • Gyeongnam Provincial Geochang College – South Gyeongsang
              • Gyeongnam Provincial Namhae College – South Gyeongsang
              • Gyeongsang National University – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
              • Gimcheon University – Gimcheon , North Gyeongsang
              • Gumi University – Gumi , North Gyeongsang

              H[ edit ]

              • Halla University – Wonju , Gangwon
              • Hallym College of Information and Industry – Chuncheon, Gangwon
              • Hallym University – Chuncheon, Gangwon
              • Hanbat National University – Daejeon
              • Handong Global University – Pohang , North Gyeongsang
              • Hanil University – Wanju County , North Jeolla and Jeonju, North Jeolla
              • Hankuk Aviation University – Goyang, Gyeonggi
              • Hankuk University of Foreign Studies – Seoul & Gyeonggi
              • Hankyong National University – Anseong, Gyeonggi
              • Hanlyo University – Gwangyang , South Jeolla
              • Hanmin University – Yeonsan
              • Hannam University – Daejon
              • Hansei University – Gunpo , Gyeonggi
              • Hanseo University – Seosan , South Chungcheong
              • Hanshin University – Osan , Gyeonggi
              • Hansung Technical College – Seoul
              • Hansung University – Seoul
              • Hanyang University – Seoul
              • Hanyang Women’s College – Seoul
              • Hanyeong College – Yeosu , South Jeolla
              • Hanyoung Theological University – Seoul
              • Hanzhung University – Donghae , Ganwon
              • Hapdong Theological Seminary – Suwon, Gyeonggi
              • Honam Theological University and Seminary – Gwangju
              • Honam University – Gwangju
              • Hongik University – Seoul
              • Hongseong Polytechnic College – Hongseong County, South Chungcheong
              • Hoseo University – Asan, South Chungcheong
              • Howon University – Gunsan, North Jeolla
              • Hyechon College – Daejeon
              • Hyejeon College – Hongseong County, South Chungcheong
              • Hyupsung University – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi

              I[ edit ]

              • Information and Communications University – Daejeon
              • Iksan National College – Iksan , North Jeolla
              • Incheon Catholic University – Incheon
              • Incheon National University – Incheon
              • Incheon Polytechnic College – Incheon
              • Incheon National University of Education – see Gyeongin National University of Education
              • Induk University – Seoul
              • Inha Technical College – Incheon
              • Inha University – Incheon
              • Inje University – Gimhae , South Gyeongsang
              • International Graduate School of English – Seoul

              J[ edit ]

              See also under C

              • Jangan University – Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
              • JEI University – Incheon
              • Jecheon Polytechnic College – Jecheon , North Chungcheong
              • Jeju College of Technology – Jeju City, Jeju (unification with Tamna University , now Jeju International University )
              • Jeju International University – Jeju City, Jeju
              • Jeju National University – Jeju City, Jeju
              • Jeonbuk Polytechnic College – Gimje, North Jeolla
              • Jeonju Kijeon Women’s College – Jeonju, North Jeolla
              • Jeonju National University of Education – Jeonju, North Jeolla
              • Jeonju Technical College – Jeonju, North Jeolla
              • Jeonju University – Jeonju, North Jeolla
              • Jeonnam Provincial College – Damyang County and Jangheung County , South Jeolla
              • Jinju College – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
              • Jinju Health College – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
              • Jinju National University – Jinju, South Gyeongsang
              • Jisan College – see Catholic University of Pusan
              • Joong-ang Sangha University – Gimpo , Gyeonggi
              • Joongbu University – Geumsan County , South Chungcheong
              • Jungseok Institute of Technology – Seoul
              • Juseong College – Cheongwon County , North Chungcheong

              K[ edit ]

              See also under G

              • KAIST – Daejeon, abbreviated term of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
              • Kangnam University – Yongin , Gyeonggi
              • Kangwon National University – Chuncheon and Samcheok , Gangwon
              • Kangwon Tourism College – Taebaek , Gangwon
              • Kaya University – Goryeong , North Gyeongsang and Gimhae , South Gyeongsang
              • Kaywon School of Art and Design – Uiwang , Gyeonggi
              • KDI School of Public Policy and Management – Seoul
              • Keimyung College – Daegu
              • Keimyung University – Daegu
              • Keukdong College – Eumseong County, North Chungcheong
              • Kimcheon Science College – Gimcheon , North Gyeongsang
              • Kimpo College – Gimpo, Gyeonggi
              • Kkottongnae Hyundo University of Social Welfare – Cheongwon County, North Chungcheong
              • Koje College – Geoje , South Gyeonsang
              • Kongju Communication Arts College – Gongju, South Chungcheong
              • Kongju National University – Gongju, South Chungcheong
              • Konkuk University – Seoul and Chungju City, North Chungcheong
              • Konyang University – Nonsan , South Chungcheong and Daejeon
              • Kookmin University – Seoul
              • Korea Aerospace University – Goyang, Gyeonggi
              • Korea Air Force Academy – Cheongwon County, North Chungcheong
              • Korea Baptist Theological University – Daejeon
              • Korea Christian University – Seoul
              • Korea Cyber University – Seoul
              • Korea Digital University – Seoul
              • Korea Maritime University – Busan
              • Korea Military Academy – Seoul
              • Korea National College of Rehabilitation and Welfare – Pyeongtaek , Gyeonggi
              • Korea National Defense University – Seoul
              • Korea National Open University – Seoul
              • Korea National Police University – Yongin, Gyeonggi
              • Korea National University of Arts – Seoul
              • Korea National University of Education – Cheongwon County, North Chungcheong
              • Korea National Railroad College – Uiwang, Gyeonggi
              • Korea National Sport University – Seoul
              • Korea Nazarene University – Cheonan, South Chungcheong
              • Korea Polytechnics
                • Korea Polytechnic I – Seoul and Seongnam , Gyeonggi
                • Korea Polytechnic II – Anseong , Incheon , Hwaseong, Gyeonggi
                • Korea Polytechnic III – Chuncheon , Wonju and Gangneung
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                  XFM and NME have joined forces to bring you their user poll, counting down the 50 greatest anthems in indie rock (criteria? your guess is as good as ours). You could try and guess which band delivered the #1 single … or you could take the over/under on the number of Oasis tracks to make the cut, which we’ve set at 5. Good luck!

                  50 My Bloody Valentine – ‘You Made Me Realise’
                  49 The Rapture – ‘House Of Jealous Lovers’
                  48 Sonic Youth – ‘Bull In The Heather’
                  47 The Libertines – ‘Up The Bracket’
                  46 Dinosaur Jr – ‘Freak Scene’
                  45 The La’s – ‘There She Goes’
                  44 The Stone Roses – ‘Love Spreads’
                  43 Suede – ‘Animal Nitrate’
                  42 The Cribs – ‘Hey Scenesters’
                  41 Blur – ‘Parklife’
                  40 Klaxons – ‘Golden Skans’

                  39 Oasis – ‘Champagne Supernova’
                  38 Pixies – ‘Gigantic’
                  37 Kasabian – ‘LSF’
                  36 Kaiser Chiefs – ‘I Predict A Riot’
                  35 Pixies – ‘Monkey Gone To Heaven’
                  34 Radiohead – ‘Just’
                  33 The Killers – ‘Mr Brightside’
                  32 The Stone Roses – ‘Fool’s Gold’
                  31 Oasis – ‘Cigarettes  Alcohol’
                  30 Manic Street Preachers – ‘A Design For Life’
                  29 Arcade Fire – ‘Rebellion (Lies)’
                  28 Pavement – ‘Cut Your Hair’
                  27 Oasis -‘ Wonderwall’
                  26 Radiohead – ‘Creep’
                  25 Oasis – ‘Supersonic’
                  24 Babyshambles – ‘Fuck Forever’
                  23 The Gossip – ‘Standing In The Way Of Control’
                  22 The Breeders – ‘Cannonball’
                  21 The Smiths – ‘Panic’
                  20 Joy Division – ‘Transmission’
                  19 Joy Divison – ‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’
                  18 The Verve – ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’
                  17 The Stone Roses – ‘I Wanna Be Adored’
                  16 Franz Ferdinand – ‘Take Me Out’
                  15 Blur – ‘Song 2′
                  14 Oasis – ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’
                  13 The Libertines – ‘Can’t Stand Me Now’
                  12 The Stone Roses – ‘She Bangs The Drums’
                  11 The Smiths – ‘This Charming Man’
                  10 Arctic Monkeys – ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor’
                  09 The Strokes – ‘Last Nite’
                  08 The Stone Roses – ‘I Am The Resurrection’
                  07 The Smiths – ‘How Soon Is Now?’
                  06 The Libertines – ‘Time For Heroes’
                  05 The Libertines – ‘Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’
                  04 The Smiths – ‘There Is A Light That Never Goes Out’
                  03 Pulp – ‘Common People’
                  02 Nirvana – ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’
                  01 Oasis – ‘Live Forever’

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