Education is a key element for growth in a society. Quality education is one of the seventeen sustainable development goals stated by the department of economic and social affairs,United Nations. Education and development for a society go hand in hand. It promotes interaction between individuals in a society, thus acting as a bridge to connect … Continue reading How Education creates an impact?
Competition is necessary to determine the best-suited candidate for any task. It’s not limited to humans only. It has always been an integral part of nature. Darwin’s theory of natural selection roughly meant that the species which adapts the best to the conditions survive while others perish. That is a competition for survival, plain and … Continue reading Competition, Comparison and Psychology.
What would you do to teach in the right way? Change the content or the process? From the beginning of a child's school life, it has been that they gradually lose interest in their studies even before reaching a specialization. This is because neither the school teachers nor other institutions intend to play on the … Continue reading Teaching the right way- By Mekhala Ganguly
Haven’t we all heard something on the similar lines of “We were lucky enough to be birthed before the era of technology took over” by someone who is elder to us? As humans we all need at least some amount of interaction with our fellow mates. To see, touch, talk and listen. This is what … Continue reading Teaching the right way- By Rithika Vinod Rao
Education is an important part of our lives. Right from the beginning, when we are born, we informally and unknowingly enroll ourselves in the education system, which our society has fabricated over a long period. The education system has continuously evolved in our nation, from the days of Takshashila (in modern-day Pakistan) and Nalanda (in … Continue reading Educating Minds: Where are we heading towards?
“Plastic is a menace to the environment”, I have been listening, reading and even effortlessly writing this in my EVS exams since I was a child. I did not understand the "big" concepts of reducing plastic pollution back then, but it turned out that not much had changed in neither my understanding nor my habits. … Continue reading Plastic – ity to solution, not pollution
It all starts with just a phone call. A journalist named Nina, grown in the city of Mumbai. Born and raised in a middle-class family and live the life of an old school girl. Her social upbringing what makes her distinctive from the rest of her associates. Nina works for the news enterprise. As a … Continue reading Caring for New Life