Five ways college students can earn some money

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11 Jun 2019

#FinancialBytes: 5 ways for students to make some extra money

Student life can be quite hard, especially for those who are staying away from their family. Along with studies, they have to manage a lot of things single-handedly, even their expenses.

Also, most students often find themselves cash-strapped. But there are many ways for them to make money and pay for some expenses.

Here are 5 ways for students to make some extra money.

#1

Find part-time or freelance jobs that are easily manageable

Find part-time or freelance jobs that are easily manageable

One of the most popular ways college students can make money is becoming a part-time tutor; they can home-tutor school students and other younger students in subjects/languages they are good at.

They can also go for online teaching jobs with e-learning platforms or create courses that can be launched on educational websites/apps.

If they know multiple languages, they can take up translation jobs too.

#2: Convert hobbies into money-making opportunities

Students can also earn money by converting their hobbies into money-making opportunities. They can go for freelance photography gigs, video editing, content writing, social media jobs, content creation, website building and designing, app development, blogging, etc.

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#3

Take help of these mobile apps to earn extra bucks

Also, there are a number of mobile apps available today using which students can earn money to cover a few small expenses.

For example, they can earn Paytm cash/PayUMoney points/rewards by completing tasks on apps like SquadRun or answering questions on quiz apps like Loco.

They can also use apps like Lemonop or GigIndia to find paid part-time jobs, work-from-home projects, or internships.

#4: Students can sell their notes to earn some money

Students can earn money by selling the notes they take in class (or old notes). While they can sell their notes offline too, students can check out NotesGen which is a great online platform for making money by uploading their handwritten notes on various courses/subjects/exams.

#5

Students can make a few bucks by taking surveys

Students can make a few bucks by taking surveys

College students can also make a few bucks instantly by participating in various surveys.

They can also complete online surveys to earn cash or collect points that can be transferred to digital wallets or redeemed for gift vouchers.

Some websites on which one can take online surveys in India include Valued Opinions, Opinion World, and The Panel Station among others.

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Can students get credit cards in India with no income?

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Can students get credit cards in India with no income?

Asked 2019-06-11 08:01:01 by Reyansh Kadam

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In India, some banks issue credit cards to people with no income, even students, against fixed deposits and strong savings accounts. Some options include: Axis Bank Insta Easy Credit Card, SBI Card Unnati, ICICI Bank Instant Platinum Credit Card, and Kotak Mahindra Bank's Aqua Gold Credit Card.

What are some good quiz apps to make money?

Asked 2019-06-11 08:01:01 by Aadhya Dutta

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Here are 5 top trivia games and quiz apps for making money: Loco, BrainBaazi, Swoo, Qureka, and Zupee.

Can you suggest some apps for making money while in college?

Asked 2019-06-11 08:01:01 by Harini Kadam

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Here's a list of some good money making apps for college students: Notesgen, GigIndia, SquadRun, Lemonop, and mCent Browser.

Which are some banks for education loans?

Asked 2019-06-11 08:01:01 by Vihaan Jaiteley

Answered by NewsBytes

All major Indian banks offer education loans to students to pursue higher studies. Some of the top banks include State of Bank of India, ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Canara Bank, Bank of Baroda, HDFC Bank, IDBI Bank, and Bank of India among others.

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