Education

Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits. Educational methods include teaching, training, storytelling, discussion and directed research.

Consumer Protection Bill 2019, (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020

An Act to provide for protection of the interests of consumers and for the said purpose, to establish authorities for timely and effective administration and settlement of consumers’ disputes and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto. The Indian Parliament, on 6 August 2019, passed the landmark Consumer Protection Bill, […]

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Loss Of Ice Cover In The Arctic Sea

The National Centre of Polar and Ocean Research (NCPOR) recently found the largest decline in the Arctic Sea ice as seen in last 41 years due to global warming in July 2019. Between 1979 and 2018, NCPOR noted that the sea ice has seen a declination at a rate of […]

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Resume writing

The word resume is originated from a french word meaning ‘summary’. Just like the meaning suggests, a resume is a document that summarizes one’s educational, work experience and background details. It is one of the main documents used by the employer in order to screen the job applicants. Every person […]

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Summer vacation

During the middle of the summer season, a holiday period is called summer vacations. Also, all the colleges and schools become closed due to high temperature during the summer months (Half may and complete June and sometimes first one or two weeks of July). Also, the kids relax and enjoy this time of […]

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Introduction to Fundamental Rights

The fundamental rights are defined as the basis humar rights of all citizens. These rights, defined in part 3rd of the constitution. Applied irrespective of caste, creed, place of birth, religion etc. They are enforceable by the court, subject to specific restrictions. What is the purpose of fundamental rights ? […]

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Burdens of online classes

I have just been promoted to the second year of my postgraduate course and our dean was very much proactive in launching the online platform by buying a Zoom subscription, providing access to the online private library and even bought subscriptions to buy e-books. A necessary amount of fees was […]

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Fiscal Policy

Fiscal policy is the guiding force that helps the government decide how much money it should spend to support the economic activity, and how much revenue it must earn from the system, to keep the wheels of the economy running smoothly. Fiscal policy in India: Fiscal policy in India is […]

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Book Review: The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari – A fable about fulfilling your dreams and Reaching Your Destiny

Publisher: JAICO publishing houseAuthor: Robin SharmaPublished year: 1997Genre: Motivational FableAbout the Author:“Robin Sharma is CEO of Sharma leadership international. Author of 11 internationalbestseller books such as the monk who sold his Ferrari, who will cry when you die, the secretletters. Highly influential blogger plus motivational speaker.” “Everything is created twice, […]

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India-Australia Relations

A virtual bilateral summit was held virtually for the first time between the Prime Ministers of India and Australia. A few of the major outcomes of the Summit was the Elevation of the bilateral Strategic Partnership to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership. The Elevation of the “2+2” engagement to the level of […]

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The perpetual war between the two countries

You must have seen a video which got viral few days back where a boy was seen damaging the walls of a temple that is currently being built in Islamabad(Pakistan). Another example like this was where a five year old boy was seen warning the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan […]

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Patriarchy

It refers to the hierarchical relations between men and women whereby men dominates and control over women’s sexuality.  Structures of patriarchy According to Sylvia walby patriarchy as a system of social structure where men are in the dominant position to exploit and opress women. She talks about six structures of patriarchy; 1. […]

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