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Colours

One’s choice in colours reflects their personality as well as their lifestyle. People’s thoughts and emotions can be easily influenced by the colours that surround them. The colour of their room, their clothes and stones they wear to communicate much about them. Colours have much power in today’s world, they […]

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Must-Read Books for Young Adults

Books have played an important role in shaping personalities since the fifteenth-century Print Revolution. It could be argued that they were a cultural force even before the printing press was invented, as manuscripts were popular among the nobility across kingdoms and empires. As rapid technological changes took place in the […]

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Change Your Habits, Change Your Life

We often complain about the current state of affairs while fantasizing about what could have been. In the end, our life becomes a giant culmination of things we could have done and the chances we missed. What we fail to realise is that if we never leap, the situation we […]

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Topics that Schools Should Include

People’s eyes are often clouded with judgement. They perceive everything with the same mindset, often not taking consideration of the personal experiences of others. The variation in between people, be it twins or strangers from opposite parts of the world, is astounding. We fail to realise the differences among people. This […]

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Love

The emotion of love is a blessing to one and all. Everyone needs and wants to be loved in their life. It is said that love blossoms in your life when it is in your destiny. However, it is not always one’s partner who is the most loved, it depends […]

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Social Media Marketing

The up and coming trend of social media market has swept the entire market industry. From small businesses to national hotel chains, every enterprise aims and sometimes struggles to make their space in the large social platform.  As the world undergoes rapid digitisation, social media becomes increasingly popular for professional […]

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Experience of a 2020 Graduate

Every year when we passed a class, be it Kindergarten, 4th grade or 10th grade, we feel like we’ve grown and moved onto bigger things in life. Our teachers always made us feel like a wiser, more responsible person every time we moved up a class. When we graduated from school, a […]

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Relevance of Vocational Education in India

Vocational education primarily deals with skill developmentaimed at increasing the employability of an individual. It is also known as Career and Technical Education (CTE) and as Vocational Education and Training (TVET). In consists of several practical courses that help people in building skills and experience which would be directly beneficial in a certain […]

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Teachers During the Pandemic

Teachers during the pandemic The outbreak of the novel coronavirus has significantly affected all sectors including the education sector, the agriculture sector, the industrial sector, and our economy in its entirety. This unforeseen virus has single-handedly disrupted the entire world, from every country’s economy to everyone’s professional as well as […]

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Career in Psychology

Psychology is a blooming branch, especially in our country. With increasing awareness about psychological problems and demand for professionals in the field, the number of people entering this field has grown significantly in the past decade. Psychology is a subject which can be included in Sciences as well as Humanities […]

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How can we improve online education?

Due to the ongoing pandemic, our laptops have become our teachers. The already backward education system took a serious hit when offline schooling had to suddenly shift to online education. The lack of infrastructure and preparedness for this sudden shift has severely affected the quality of education in today’s world. […]

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Mental Health and Competitive Exams

India’s youth is pushed into participating in a rat race for entry into engineering and medical colleges, which is a whirlpool of broken dreams and identities. Students are groomed to prepare for entrance exams like NEET and JEE, from very young ages. Parents spend lakhs on coaching institutions that enrol […]

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Bollywood Movies That Should Be Watched

The Bollywood industry is not sensitive towards the LGBTQ+ community, colourism, casteism, classism, rape culture, harassment, sexism, mental health problems, et cetera. This significantly affects the quality of the productions in Bollywood, be it movies or songs. This defeats the purpose of overcoming these problems in our country by popularising […]

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Caste and Poverty

Poverty is a state of living in which an individual does not have sufficient financial resources to maintain a minimum standard of living. A poor person is one who lacks essential assets to meet their basic human needs such as clean water, sufficient food, education, proper sanitation, et cetera. A threshold has been set which acts as a divider between […]

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How To Deal With Resistance In Geriatric Care

The task of caring for the elderly can be daunting, especially when they’re resisting help. In order to make them more receptive to help, we need to delve deeper into the cause behind their hostility. Senior citizens often find it difficult to be vulnerable in front of people, especially when the latter do not […]

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Diana: A Case Study

Diana (July 1, 1961, to August 31, 1997) was born to aristocratic parents who divorced when she was six. With her mother gone and her father deep in depression, she had a lonely childhood. “I’d have 20 stuffed animals… that was my family.”, remarked Diana about her childhood. She grew […]

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Bollywood Songs That Shouldn’t Be Played Anymore

Songs have a lasting impact on our mind and leave us humming the same tune for weeks. However, we often don’t pay attention to the lyrics and its meaning. Most of the Bollywood songs are racist, sexist, promote rape culture, and dismiss consent as being essential. Covering the lyrics with […]

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How to prepare for college?

Change is the only constant in life. When we leave our teenage years behind, we go through some drastic life changes. For attending college, we may leave our homes, part with our friends, graduate from the school we grew up in and settle in a new, unfamiliar place. Adapting to […]

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Overpopulation

Overpopulation is defined as the number of people exceeding the capacity of the environment in terms of resources to sustain them. Presently, overpopulation poses as one of the gravest problems at the global level. The population of the world has increased seven-folds, from 1 billion to 7.7 billion, in just […]

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Must-Watch Movies

Must Watch Movies In the 20th century, movies and series have become easily available to everyone through either television or applications like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, et cetera. A well-spent weekend is one packed with your favourite movies and shows non-stop along with a variety of snacks, you can enjoy this […]

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My Experience with Yoga

Yoga, the technique of relaxing your mind and body, originated in India. It is often defined as the union of the Atma (soul) with the Parmatma (the Divine). Yoga and its related branches have a deep connection with India due to their history. Its first mention is in the Rig […]

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Pride & Prejudice: Movie Review

Pride and Prejudice is a classic novel written by Jane Austen in 1813. The movie based on this book, Pride & Prejudice, was released in 2005 starring Keira Knightly, one of the brightest stars of this time, as Elizabeth Bennett and Matthew Macfadyen, a dashing English actor, as Mr. Darcy. […]

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The Celebrity Crushes We All Had

Everyone has had that one celebrity who makes their heart beat faster and whose photo can instantly bring a smile to your face. Even when we leave our teenage years behind, we keep up with these celebrities and cherish them in our hearts. For my father, it is Madhubala and […]

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