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NIGHT ROUTINE

We all have been taught to know some basics of a morning schedule and do prepare one for us. Do you ever had a thought of having a night routine? […]

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Should E-learning continue even after lock-down?

Nowadays the online classes become a customary part of a student’s life in this lockdown. As schools are shut the online studies have become the new normal in today’s life and everyone become become used to it. The parents also feel comfortable with this course of action as it assures […]

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National Education Policy 2020

The New Education Program was released on Wednesday, 29 July. Later in the day, the Union Cabinet endorsed a proposal aimed at revising the country’s education system. The Union Ministers for Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Prakash Javadekar and Human Resources Development (HRD) and Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank released a statement on […]

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Procrastination

There is a rule of science according to many great scientists “The entropy of this universe always tends to increase”. Now, what does this mean? It simply means that everything in this universe eventually moves from order to disorder. Nothing wants to settle itself unless or until some force is […]

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A unsolved case “Illiteracy”

Illiteracy describes the inability to read and/or write. Because of the problem of unemployment and poverty, children have no chance of proper education. Many people remain illiterate because of physical or mental disabilities. Other social evils like the caste system and gender inequalities also cause illiteracy. One of the leading […]

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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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Boon of the Mid-Day Meal

The very concept of Mid-Day Meal scheme was introduced on the year of 2000 by Akshaya Patra Foundation and was later passed as a mandate by Supreme Court of India on the year 2001. The sole purpose of the scheme is to provide wholesome freshly cooked hot lunch to all […]

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How to identify a ‘Convent’ educated person?

A Convent educated person means someone who has studied among a community of nuns or sisters, and who are devoted and have a religious bend towards life. Most of the convent schools are divided into two basic categories – Methodists and Catholics. Methodists are the one devout follower of Jesus […]

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E-learning – Pros & Challenges

The global COVID-19 pandemic has triggered new ways of conducting the teaching-learning process online. For some this has been a small move but for others, this is a completely new way of education. Most nations have already initiated e-learning in their schools. Many schools in India have also adapted to […]

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celebrate not just a day but life full of yoga

Yoga: understanding fundamentals Yoga is a group of spiritual,mental and physical practices originated in ancient India. the modern yoga is seen as exercise to the body which mainly consists of postures or asanas. The practice of yoga has been thought to date back to pre-vedic Indian traditions; possibly in the Indus valley civilization around […]

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The cat families…Part 1

Felis catus also called house cat or domestic cat, domesticated member of the family Felidae, order Carnivora, and the smallest member of that family. Like all felids, domestic cats are […]

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The cover drive masters…

The cover drive is a special type of shot which requires fine wrist work and well-timed striking of ball to hit the ball into the cover-side area which is towards off side of batsmen. This shot is historically a famed one and the players who have mastered it are considered […]

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INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM

Although we are developing in the other sectors but our education system is still not developing. And if we talk about the future of education system, it totally depends on how we are developing our education system at present. If we see our way of teaching and our institution both […]

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e-Learning:boon or curse?

In this global pandemic, education system has been one of the worst hit sector. According to UNICEF monitoring over 153 countries have imposed nationwide lockdown and 24 countries are observing local closures which has led to temporary shutdown of all educational institute for uncertain time period. This closure has led […]

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