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 Er. Prabhat Kishore

A mission to fulfill girls’ aspiration

A mission to fulfill girls’ aspiration

Gender inequality reinforces itself in education as it is factually proven that the rate of literacy for women is much lower than men in all censuses. To cope up the challenges ‘Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV)’ scheme was launched by Government of India (GOI) in July 2004 for setting up residential schools at upper primary […]

 Vijay Garg

Building confidence, developing skills

Building confidence, developing skills

As the competitive nature of various exams continues to rise in standard and also the ever increasing number of candidates appearing for such exams, the competition to score high marks is also becoming tough for every student. Coming from the student fraternity, securing a rank, a seat in their desired college or course, competing against […]

 Vijay Garg

Making it big in Event Management?

Making it big in Event Management?

Event management refers to the implementation of project management principles in developing large-scale events such as concerts, conferences, weddings, formal parties and so on. This course of study has picked up pace in the past few decades, thanks to the increasing acceptance of the profession and its rising popularity. For students who are planning to […]

 Vijay Garg

Career opportunities in Computer Science

Career opportunities in Computer Science

Booming IT sector in India has plenty of jobs for fresh computer science graduates. Candidates from top notch engineering colleges however get attractive job offers from MNC IT companies in comparison to not so known engineering colleges. Additionally, candidates with high percentage of marks and good communication skill as well as sound computer knowledge do […]

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Education a tool to combat child labour

Education a tool to combat child labour

By: M Ahmad The International Labor Organization (ILO), a subsidiary of the United Nations, defines child labour as “work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential, and their dignity, and that is harmful to physical and mental development.” Anti Child Labour Day is observed on 12th June every year and aims to focus attention […]

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Taking away the bitterness from failed relations!

Taking away the bitterness from failed relations!

By: Aabid Shahin Life is uncertain and even bitterly uncertain for those of our daughters and sisters who suffer pos marriage relationship hiccups and troubles. The terrible reality of our so-called civilized and educated society is that we disown our daughters when it comes to rendering them a shoulder to sigh and cry on during […]

 Vijay Garg

Impact of Coronavirus on the Environment

Impact of Coronavirus on the Environment

Global research finds dramatic rise in numbers of people concerned about environment

The COVID-19 pandemic has injected fuel in the “eco-awakening” across the globe, new international research has revealed. The research conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit and commissioned by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has shown that public interest in and concern for nature rose 16% in five years since 2016. The pandemic gave […]

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Effect of online Learning on children

Effect of online Learning on children

Learning is an acquired tension-reduction process- Gardner Murphy

By: Dr. Urfan Ahmad We owe a great deal to the physical and social environment in which we grow. Human beings have tremendous capacity to ‘adapt’ to the environment. The home environment in which a baby grows offers opportunities for such changes ‘initiated’ and ‘improved’ upon by every individual during growth and development. But, learning […]

 Vijay Garg

How India’s poor students are falling through the gaps as schools go digital

How India’s poor students are falling through the gaps as schools go digital

The role of online education during Covid pandemic 

In India, where only half the population has access to Internet, 320 million students have been affected by online classes, according to a study by ‘Save the Children Fund’. The coronavirus has pushed schools all over the world to go online as new waves of infections keep emerging. In India, a country where the gaps […]

 Vijay Garg

The question of evaluation of 12th class students

The question of evaluation of 12th class students

Like last year, due to the covid epidemic, the central government decided not to conduct CBSE board 12th class examinations this year too after the decision to not conduct the 10th examination was already taken.  After the decision of the central government, many states have also decided not to conduct the 12th board examinations acknowledging […]