How to go about UPSC Civil Services examination without coaching?
UPSC Civil Services Examination, also known as UPSC IAS Exam is considered to be amongst the toughest examination in India. It is not because the exam difficulty level is such, largely, it is because of the vast syllabus that this exam is considered to be one of the toughest to crack. Aspirants from small cities […]
By: Sufaya yousf ‘The Midnight Silence’ is a poetry collection by a young writer ‘Faheem ul Islam’ who has shown great maturity of thought and poetic brilliance in the book which is very close to human experiences and emotions. The collection definitely has a huge impact of the motherland and the various shades and shadows […]
By: AAMIR AYOUB MIR It has been more than a year now since the pandemic of Covid19 emerged, and its impact on the world economy has been quite large and devastating. Its effects have touched and impacted almost every business entity all around the world and preliminary data indicates that Project Management, as a process, […]
The demand for nutritionists/dieticians has significantly increased over the years, owing to increased awareness amongst individuals to stay healthy and avoid high-calorie diets resulting in hypertension, obesity, and other food-related diseases. Many people mistakenly use the terms “dietician” and “nutritionist” interchangeably. Although these two professions are undoubtedly related, they maintain distinctive qualities. Dietetics emphasizes on […]
Learning a foreign language is increasingly seen as a great way to build a career as well as enhance employment opportunity especially in sectors like BPO and multinational companies
There are various options available to young students to learn foreign languages nowadays. Whereas several students start learning a foreign language in their schools, numerous others opt the course after their 10+2 and go for graduation courses that are offered by various institutes, colleges and universities. Then there are some certificate courses and diploma courses […]
As schools in India switched to online mode, the learning experience has taken a new form - it’s now all study and no play.
By: Vijay Garg The initial lure of freedom to do anything while attending classes from the comfort of home has faded and a “Zoom Fatigue” has set in. Zoom classes are exhausting – that’s one thing school students across the nation will collectively agree on! Necessary as they may be in the times of the […]
'There has been a major rethink in how exactly the library should be serving the public. Technology has changed the way we consume media.
Libraries have always been at the heart of the communities they serve. These are accessible and safe spaces, providing access to huge resources of information and knowledge. There are an estimated 315,000 public libraries in the world, 73 per cent of them in developing and transitioning countries. The public library transcends national and cultural boundaries- […]
Majority community should appreciate commitment of Indian Muslims to peace and secularism
By: Mohammad Asgar Khan Religion combined with power has the potential to corrupt even the best of minds. History can provide numerous testimonies to it. However, when it comes to Muslims, the scenario worsens. The Abbasids, the Umayyads, the Ottomans etc all present a classic example of deterioration of religious/moral values of Muslims with rise […]
By: Er.Ishfaq Khaliq The second wave of COVID-19 has been more damaging and detrimental to India than the first wave as the number of infections is souring up every passing second while several are dying due to the virus as well as due to the shortage of life saving systems. Several cities in India are […]
By: Er Ishfaq Khaliq Every year, Muslims around the world anticipate the sighting of a new crescent moon at the end of the month of Shaban that signifies the official first day of Ramadan- the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is considered to be the most sacred month in the Islamic faith. Ramadan, […]