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  1. Board Exams Date Sheet Announcement For CBSE Class X and XII

    On February 12th, the date sheet for students of CBSE Class X and XII has been released. How to check the date sheet? You can check it on our website. Scroll down. If you want to download the PDF format, it is available on the official CBSE website. Follow these steps: 1. Click on the […]

  2. CBSE Class 10th The History of Print Culture

    Printing has been a tool and even a weapon for revolution and information in society. In any epoch we scrutinise, the ideas have travelled through books, magazines, journals, pamphlets- Print! But do we know how these methods developed? The First Printed Books China, Japan and Korea were the earliest countries to begin printing books or […]

  3. CBSE Class 11th The Plant Kingdom

    Whittaker, a scientist, proposed a Five Kingdom classification for all living organisms dividing them into: Monera, Protista, Fungi, Animalia and Plantae. In Plantae, the species are subdivided into Algae, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms and Angiosperms. The classification of plants was done on the basis of their physical characteristics, called the artificial system. Later, natural classifical systems […]

  4. CBSE Class 9th The First World War and the Russian Empire

    In the Russian Revolution of 1905, Tsar Nicholas II was forced by the revolutionaries to make a Parliament or Duma, however, the power to make the final judgement lay in his hands. Because of this, he had already dissolved the Parliament within 75 days and changed the voting patterns of the Parliament which was elected […]

  5. CBSE Class 12th The Last Lesson – Alphonse Daudet

    Alphonse Daudet –  A French Naturalist Like Guy de Maupassant, Robert Frost, etc, Alphonse Daudet who was the son of a French silk trader wrote during the times of Franco-Prussian war. He represented scenes and experiences from his own life. This made his stories relatable to his readers. Let’s see how he depicts the environment […]

  6. CBSE Class 12th Introduction to Immunity

    Derived from the Latin immunatis, the word immunity means exemption from liability. In biology, immunity is the body’s ability to fight the disease causing organisms and the system that enforces immunity in the human body is called the immune system. Let’s have an introduction to body’s defense mechanism: Immunity can be categorised into two:  Innate […]

  7. CBSE Class 9th The Russian Revolution of 1905

    The Socialist movement in Europe had spread like wildfire. However, it didn’t create an impact as expected and the government was still composed mostly of radicals and liberals. In Russia, the situation was opposite. The Socialist had upturned the power of monarchy and overtook the government rule through October Revolution of 1917.  Let’s look at […]

  8. CBSE Class 10th The Necklace- Guy de Maupassant

    Master Story-Teller Henri René Albert Guy de Maupassant simply named Guy de Maupassant has written over two hundred short-stories, six novels, verse books, travel books, etc. He is known for an apparent pessimism in his stories which are real and close to life.  He wrote during the times of political unrest and portrayed the fickle […]

  9. CBSE Class 12th Secondary Human Activities

    We discussed economic activities and its first type- the primary activities, earlier. The activity which generates revenue is an economic activity, if the activity involves human interaction with the elements of the environment (animal or plant), it falls under the category of primary activity.  Secondary activity, on the other hand, adds value to the natural […]

  10. CBSE Class 11th The Origin and the Evolution of the Earth

    When you look at the sky, we see a lot of mystery. The stars at night, clouds in the morning and astronomical features like the comets, the falling stars, etc. The Earth in itself is a wonder. Let’s see how the universe in which we live came into existence. Early Theories of Origin of the […]

  11. CBSE Class 9th Socialism in Europe

    The French Revolution ushered an era of major changes in the structure of the society. People thought about the condition they were currently living in and the opportunities denied to them as they belonged to a certain social class. The idea of “individual human rights” emerged which divided the society of Europe into Liberals, Radicals […]

  12. CBSE Class 12th Primary Human Activities

    To live in a society, human beings, apart from basic necessities of cloth, food and shelter also need to generate income. This enables the humans to live in a civilized manner instead of having to hunt and scavenge for food everyday like the other species. Certain activities which ensure income generation are termed as Economic […]

  13. CBSE Class 12th A Roadside Stand- Robert Frost -Poetry

    Robert Frost: A Painter in Verse The only poet to receive four Pulitzer Prize for poetry, Robert Frost is famous for his poems written in dialect used by the common man of America. Often, the scenery depicted in his verse carries a deeper philosophical reflection inherent in everyday life. His influence in writing was derived […]

  14. CBSE Class 12th Introduction to Biotechnology

    What is Biotechnology? The European Federation of Biotechnology explains Biotechnology as “The integration of natural science and organisms, cells, parts thereof, and molecular analogues for products and services”. The two techniques involved in modern biotechnology are:  Genetic Engineering : Changing the phenotype of the host organism by introducing the DNA and RNA of foreign organism. […]

  15. CBSE Class 11th Solar Radiation, Heat Balance and Temperature

    Life on earth is possible due to multiple reasons. One of them being the feature of the earth to radiate back all the heat energy it receives from the sun due to which it neither cools down nor warms up. Let’s see then, how the earth maintains heat enough to sustain life:  Solar Radiation Incoming […]

  16. CBSE Class 10th Nationalism in India

    The First World War, Khilafat and Non-Cooperation In the year 1919, nationalism and the fight against colonialism became synonymous. Under the leadership of Mahatma Gandhi The Idea of Satyagraha, which he had successfully used to curb racism in South Africa in 1915, blossomed and united the nation. Over expenses from the world war led to […]

  17. CBSE Class 12th The Lost Spring- Anees Jung

    Lost Spring is a collection of two short stories that reflect the bleak childhood of kids who have been forced into poverty and are trapped in this vicious circle that they fail to realise the injustice done to them and accept it as their destiny. Let’s have a look at the stories in the chapter:  […]

  18. CBSE Class 8th Cell – Structure and Functions

    What is a cell? Discovered by Robert Hooke in 1665 after observing cork under a microscope, the cell forms the basic unit of an organ. Although Hooke discovered dead cells, living cells were discovered a lot later. Depending on the number of cells, an organism can be multicellular (number of cells) or unicellular (single- celled). […]

  19. CBSE Class 11th Water in the Atmosphere

    The atmosphere is a blanket around the Earth which is composed of gases, water vapour and dust particles. Out of these elements, water is present in all three forms – solid, liquid and gas. It keeps converting among these forms due to the processes of condensation and evaporation. Let’s have a look at these processes […]

  20. CBSE Class 9th & 10th The French Revolution

    Background and Social Structure The year was 1774, Louis XVI had been crowned king of France. The nation had already helped 13 colonies in America from the British rule leaving a great loss to the royal treasury. To meet the demands of his lavish living at the court of Versailles and maintain the government offices, […]

  21. CBSE Class 10th & 12th Structural Isomers

    In actual form, a lot many molecules are aligned differently than what appears to be the case from their chemical formulae. These are the compounds that have the same molecular formula but different molecular structure. Theoretically, all the compounds can have structural isomers. This phenomenon is also known as isomorphism. Usually, the isomers have a […]

  22. CBSE Class 10th &12th Human Eye Structure

    We are able to see the objects through the reflection, refraction of light. The human eye has a natural lens which allows the light to enter and the images to form.  Like a regular pair of spectacles, our eyes also use a lens to adjust the focus and produce clear images. But have you ever […]

  23. CBSE Class 10th Energy – Sources, Types, Improvements

    From the advent of the universe till its annihilation, everything is more or less, energy in different forms. Energy can neither be created nor be destroyed, it can only be transformed from one form to another. Yet, we celebrate World Energy Conservation Day to spread awareness against its misuse. Why? All energy forms are not […]

  24. CBSE Class 11th Landforms – Formation and Evolution

    When we look around us we see how variegated the face of the earth is. There are high mountains, rocks, canyons, sandy beaches, majestic oceans, and even hollows and caves on the Earth’s surface. Let’s see how these wonders of the earth came to be? What are landforms? Landforms are any man-made creation which is […]

  25. CBSE Class 12th IUPAC Nomenclature – Basics

    IUPAC stands for “International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry” and is a dedicated organization towards the promotion, research and development of the subject and applied matters of chemistry. Their nomenclature on the naming convention of organic chemical compounds is universally accepted and followed. The increasingly large number of organic compounds identified with each passing […]

  26. CBSE Class 12th A Thing of Beauty – John Keats

    John Keats: A Romantic Through and Through Born on October 31, 1795; John Keats was a Romantic poet in English Literature. A Romantic is someone who expresses his philosophy by referring to nature or mythological figures and stories. Usually, the poems by Romantic poets like John Keats, William Wordsworth, P.B. Shelley etc are considered romantic. […]

  27. CBSE Class 10th Introduction to Probability

    The word “Probability” means how likely an event can occur. In mathematics, probability is a concept which originated in the 16th century when J. Cardan wrote ‘The Book on Games of Chance’. From here, other mathematicians, James Bernoulli, A. de Moivre and Pierre Simon Laplace made significant contributions. Laplace’s book ‘Théorie Analytique des Probabilités’ is, […]

  28. CBSE Class 10th Refraction

    Refraction is the phenomenon of bending of light when it travels in an oblique direction between two mediums of varying densities. Medium is the channel through which light passes. It can be air, water, glass, kerosene, etc. The difference in densities of two mediums causes the speed of light to change which causes bending of […]

  29. CBSE Class 12th Dominant, Inheritance of Two Genes

    We have read Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance in sexually reproducing organisms through his experiments and observations of the garden pea-plant. The crossing of Filial Generation proved to Mendel that genes which carry information for a particular trait, can be dominant and recessive and the dominant gene is the one which expresses its characteristic in the […]

  30. CBSE Class 12th Laws of Inheritance

    “Inheritance” means acquiring character traits by an offspring from its Parent. According to Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance, this process takes place in sexually-reproducing organisms. He conducted Hybridisation of the pea-plant to observe how inheritance occurs in a garden pea plant. Major Conclusions of Mendel’s Experiment: 1. Statistical analysis done on a large quantity (14 varieties […]

  31. CBSE Class 7 Three Questions – Leo Tolstoy

    Examinations for any age group or any class for that matter could be a pretty grueling task. Class 7 is no different with exams carrying as much anxiety with many subjects and their varying topics. To prepare for an exam it’s important to keep in mind not to keep any topic for last day’s preparation. […]

  32. Why is Engineering a Popular Career Choice?

    Science has been described as the cornerstone of our development. The latest developments, the reasoning behind phenomenon, the cause effect principle, etc, make science too interesting. No wonder a lot of students at school, prefer science as their primary field of study in formative years of their education. In fact, it is often marketed as […]

  33. 3 Reasons for Laughing Out Loud!

    Created by Dr. Madan Kataria in 1998, World Laughter Day is celebrated to raise awareness about the health benefits of laughter and how it acts as a catalyst in bringing world peace. This began as a part of the National Laughter Yoga Movement and has now become famous, worldwide. We all know that laughter is […]

  34. Top 15 Scholarships For Students in 2021

    Students are invaluable assets of a country. They are the future of the country, hence, proper investment in their education ensures progress of the entire nation. In 2020, major changes in education policy were made which will certainly change the perception of school education. Around, 99,300 crore for the education sector and an additional 3000 […]

  35. 5 Netiquettes Necessary in Online Education

    “Rudeness luxuriates in the absence of self-respect.” Eric Hoffer Online classes are a bit of a hassle, it is agreed by most. It is difficult to communicate in real time and the speaker has to wait for an appropriate response. It is trying, confusing and a test of patience. From a teacher’s perspective, it is […]

  36. 5 Easy Resolutions To Take in 2021

    New Year is around the corner and the world famous and (we agree) a bit head-scratching tradition is lurking again. Yes! We are talking about the custom of New Year Resolutions. The difficult part isn’t deciding what to choose but keeping a resolution. The custom is followed as a reason to retrospect our year, learn […]

  37. 10 Interesting Internship Opportunities to Grab in 2021!

    Students today are far-sighted and enthusiastic about their future. It is this energy which if invested at the correct time and at the correct place, any student can develop the skill they want in a prospective career field of their interest and the best thing is with a lot of exploration and experimentation in various […]

  38. What is IQ? IQ, SQ, EQ, LQ Explained.

    The ability to measure a particular quality enables us to compare individuals on one parameter and find the highest and lowest points for the same accordingly. This fact has been the core tenet of various methodologies in social sciences and behavioral disciplines. The term “Intelligence Quotient (IQ)” was first coined by the German psychologist, William […]

  39. 15 Post- COVID Careers That Spell Success!

    It is unanimously agreed that 2020 has been its own kind of difficult not only because of the pandemic itself but also because of its consequences on almost all spheres of life- health, social life, professional life, country’s economy and the list goes on. K-12 has been heavily affected owing to the fact that school […]

  40. Do You Really Know Everything About Christmas?

    December 25 has been celebrated as Christmas Day and a federal holiday in the U.S. since June 26, 1870. The Christians believe it to be the day their spiritual leader- Jesus of Nazareth was born. It has now become a worldwide cultural phenomenon where tradition of exchanging gifts, decorating our homes, waiting for Santa, going […]

  41. 5 Consumer Rights You Should Know!

    On December 24 , 1986, the Consumer Protection Act was enacted to protect consumer rights. The Act highlights the importance of the consumers, spreads awareness among buyers about their rights and responsibilities, stops the manufacturers from gaining undue advantage by setting up proper consumer councils and committees to settle disputes arising due to unsatisfactory services, […]

  42. किसान दिवस – Know Why Farmer’s Day is Celebrated

    Every year December 23 is celebrated as किसान दिवस in the memory of India’s fifth Prime minister, Chaudhary Charan Singh who was born on this date. Hailing from an agricultural-oriented background himself, Charan Singh related to the problems of the farmers at a grassroot level and reformed the Indian agriculture system accordingly.  He was in […]

  43. National Mathematics Day – ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’

    “An equation means nothing to me until it expresses a thought of God.” Srinivasa Ramanujan December 22 is celebrated as National Mathematics Day of India to commemorate the birth anniversary and the contribution of one of the great mathematicians, Srinivasa Ramanujan. The Day was officially recognised by the former prime minister, Manmohan Singh in 2019. […]

  44. Here’s Why You Should Read For Fun

    “Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested: that is, some books are to be read only in parts, others to be read, but not curiously, and some few to be read wholly, and with diligence and attention.” Francis Bacon Of Studies Since our childhood […]

  45. Reasons You Should Learn to Code. Now!

    “Learning how to program a computer teaches you how to think.”  Steve Jobs In 2020, the entire planet was running due to convenience of technology. We saw the possibility computers provide us with in times our basic necessity of mobility was restricted. When you think about it, almost all of us use a computer one […]

  46. NEET (UG) – All You Need To Know!

    With the changing scenarios in education, the demand of the necessary skill-set and a general need to continuously update the screening process, the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) was renamed to NEET with multiple changes in the exam. NEET is the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test held at both Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels for various […]

  47. Every Student’s Guide To Choose The Correct e-Learning Platform

    All the world’s a stage and we are all actors but the year 2020 has been one unique drama- in a nutshell- a roller coaster ride! For academia across the world the transition from offline to online has felt a bit “out of the syllabus.” From the perspective of the student, Juggling Health and E-learning […]

  48. JEE 2021 Major Changes in the Exam Pattern

    After the establishment of Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur in 1951 by the Government of India, the commencement of one of India’s toughest entrance exams began. With over 4 lakh students (nationally) appearing for the said exam till date, the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE), previously known as IIT-JEE needs no introduction.  Initially, it was conducted […]

  49. Why Psychology is an Ever-expanding Science?

    Busting the myth that “psychologists are equipped with reading minds” is an appropriate start to this piece of writing. Psychology as a subject is quite vague to many individuals. Many of them have not experienced studying it or examining it closely. It is a science that has been evolving faster than human beings themselves! To […]

  50. International Tea Day – Why Tea is an All-time Favorite?

    The habit of drinking Tea has been assimilated in cultures across the world to such an extent that we often forget the big distance these tiny, astringent tasting leaves cover to rejuvenate our mood. On December 21, the Food and Agriculture Organization – a body of the United Nations, celebrates International Tea Day to observe […]

  51. World Energy Conservation Day

    In the 21st century, the major population of the world depends on natural resources for the production of energy. This has led us closer to the inadvertent crisis of energy. The growing demand for energy use is caused due to the gargantuan population increase. There are other reasons that are causing the depletion of natural […]

  52. 4 Most Learned Indian Languages

    India is a multi-cultural, multi-lingual democracy reflecting the message of unity in diversity. There are so many languages spoken within a region that it is common observation that after every twenty kilometers, the language changes. Internationally, Hindi and Bengali are the third and the sixth most spoken Indian languages. As a citizen of India, it […]

  53. New Advancements That Completely Changed the Indian Rural Education System

    The Indian education system is one of the largest education systems after China. The issues faced by the rural and urban education system are vastly different. Where urban schooling has an average infrastructure, the syllabus is an over-burden, whereas rural education lacks basic infrastructure facilities in the first place. Have the consecutive governments been sitting […]

  54. International Mountain Day

    “The mountains are calling and I must go!” International Mountain Day is an acknowledgment of the spirit of the average human being to climb great heights (quite literally!) and show the undaunted will of mountaineers. Mountaineering is a passion and more or less- a sport of exploration into the almost impossible heights. In 2002, the […]

  55. Human Rights Day

    According to the law of a state, human rights are moral principles or norms that describe certain standards of human behavior one is expected to assume in society, and these are granted by the state to ensure a certain degree of liberty and treatment one is entitled to as a human being.  Simply put, human […]

  56. Myths in Biology That Will Unhinge Your Mind

    Biology is a fascinating branch of science, probably the most closely related and comprehensible of all sciences because it is related to life and the way living organisms function. Biology is a revolutionary science to study because, a deeper understanding of the nucleus, DNA structure, division, and reproduction of cells has led to the development […]

  57. Is cheating correct?

    An exam hall is an interesting mix of various students, their temperaments, their attitude, and overall outlook on the exam. While most are fretting and feeling nervous about the assessment, few seem prepared. Once the exam begins, the real picture comes into view, and a coordinated plan to ace the test using unfair means begins. […]

  58. Indian Armed Forces Flag Day

    Under the Defense Minister of India, (in the office) on August 28, 1949; a committee was set up and December 7 was unanimously decided to be observed as International Armed Forces Flag Day, every year. The idea originated out of the immediate need to support army personnel after India had recently become independent. The objective […]

  59. 4 Top Trending Careers of 2020

    A set of norms or rules to do a certain thing a certain way is what we call ‘conventional’. Conventional careers are, therefore, defined as the obvious choice for any student and conventional study fields are the already popular subjects, like Science, Arts, Commerce, Computer Application, etc.  It is human to have the urge to […]

  60. World Volunteer Day

    Volunteering, initially referred to the process of admission of young boys into military troops to compensate for loss of a soldier in the battlefield. With time, the word has gained a positive connotation to refer to an act of helping others or maintaining the cleanliness of one’s surroundings without expecting recognition or monetary relief of […]

  61. Indian Navy – शं नो वरुण:

    Indian Navy is a part of India’s defense forces. The mention of Indian maritime defense ships dates back to 2300 BC when a Kuchi mariner mentions in his logbook the building of a docking port near Lothal. The Rig Veda mentions that the knowledge of sea routes and the climate was possessed by Varuna- considered […]

  62. International Day of Persons with Disabilities

    Promoted by the United Nations since 1992, International Day of Persons with Disabilities is observed every year on December 3 to address and encourage the issue of dignity, rights, and well-being of the differently-abled. It comes under the umbrella of Human Rights protection and is a step towards building a society that is more compassionate […]

  63. How to Reduse, Reuse and Recycle?

    We all know what recycling is. It is the process of minimizing waste production by recognizing what can be of use from the so-called pile of waste material. Recycling involves three methods or the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Reduce means you try to lower your waste production by Reusing what can still serve […]

  64. World AIDS Day

    December 1 is celebrated as World AIDS Day. It was the first global health day to be celebrated which began in 1988. The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is the virus which infects human beings causing the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). The virus comes from Central Africa from a breed of chimpanzee. While it is present […]

  65. Are Internships Necessary in School?

    Internships are aimed at providing professional work experience in a particular field. Initially, these were opted out of necessity. If a candidate was applying for a certain job, he/she worked as an intern to qualify the necessary criterion for that job. Now, the education and moreover, the vocational scenario has changed. People are eagerly exploring […]

  66. What is Cloud Computing?

    The term Cloud Computing has been in use since the 2000s when telecom companies used this to denote information that was not relevant to the users. They used it as a metaphor for the public telephone networks which, to the user, were just a ‘cloud of information’. However, the concept of cloud computing dates back […]

  67. 4 Computer Languages to Know in 2021

    Computers have become an integral part of our daily lives irrespective of the academic or professional field we belong to. To maintain compatibility with these gadgets it is necessary to communicate with them in their language of zeros and ones. Programming languages help us to facilitate this process. In 2020, the already increasing graph of […]

  68. Black Friday

    We have all heard about the Black Friday sale with huge discounts on our favorite products but most of us know little about the cultural history of Black Friday. After Thanksgiving is celebrated, the Sunday following it is informally named the Black Friday festival. It was a tradition that began in the United States. The […]

  69. Constitution Day

    On 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, which was effective from 26 January 1950. The general idea of a constitution originated from the writings of the Greek philosopher, Aristotle. In his work Politics, Nichomachean Ethics, he uses the word “constitution” in a variegated sense. The essence being, any […]

  70. Are Educational Documentaries the Best Source of Knowledge?

    The world of cinema has not only given us entertainment and fun but also has taught us valuable life lessons as well. They are one of the most relatable pieces of information available. However, an over-exaggeration and distortion of the authentic portrayal might dilute their positive impact on society. This is where documentaries come in. […]

  71. Debunking Myths In Chemistry

    In olden times, when the natural sciences hadn’t developed, people were easily fooled by tricks or natural phenomenon that were occurring at a natural level. Often, in history we have seen people being misled to believe basic chemistry with black arts and witchcraft. Modern science isn’t that receded. Although, there are some misconceptions still prevalent […]

  72. The Art of Time Management

    Have you ever wondered how some people get things done while some need extra from the daily 24 hours? It is possible that this happens due to the difference in workload. Another reason can be that they are using their time more effectively: in other words, have good time management skills. Time management is the […]

  73. Tips for Enhancing Concentration

    Focus and practice are key to productivity and accomplishment of goals. The problem is sustaining your primary focus on your important tasks. We get caught up in some odd job or an emergency comes up. Sometimes, its just our attitude of doing things that makes us lose our focus. Here we have for you (and […]

  74. Why Choose Online Education?

    Continuous classes mar our learning capacity. Several studies show that the human brain is most efficient between 9 to 11 in the morning, especially for learning because our critical thinking capacity and sense of conscious awareness are most active. Although, this learning capacity decreases with age, interest, diversity in responsibility, change in lifestyle, and other […]

  75. 5 Foreign Languages to Learn in 2020

    Did you know that Hindi and Bengali are among the top 10 most widely spoken languages in the world? This is because this study is done on the basis of the number of people speaking a particular language. Since the population of India is increasing day by day, therefore, regional languages are also on an […]

  76. Iron Lady- Indira Gandhi

    “There are two kinds of people, those who do the work and those who take the credit. Try to be in the first group; there is less competition there. “ – Indira Gandhi Indira Priyadarshani Gandhi was the first and only female Prime Minister of India. She was a woman of her words and believed […]

  77. World Philosophy Day

    World philosophy day is celebrated on the third Thursday of November every year. It is an International celebration as proclaimed by UNESCO, since 2002. This day is celebrated in respect of philosophy and how it has helped in forming society as we know it today.  Philosophers have played a big role in shaping thoughts for […]

  78. Must-Have Features of any Online Learning Platform

    After the pandemic, education has taken a complete new turn. From pens and paper, we have moved to e-books and e-classrooms. But, the experience hasn’t been completely smooth. Like every new change, it was a cumbersome experience. For teachers, the major problem was the speed and the technology gap. For students, the major concern was […]

  79. National Epilepsy Day

    “We are not contagious, we are courageous” – An epilepsy warrior Epilepsy is a heavily misunderstood disease, with over one-third population affected by this disease, it is expected of the people to be aware of it. Unfortunately, even after the advent of technology and science, there are certain misconceptions revolving around it. It is a […]

  80. National Entrepreneurs Day

    National entrepreneurs day is celebrated on the third Tuesday of November every year. This is celebrated to honor brilliant minds whose vision and radical thinking has paved the way for generations to come. Entrepreneurs are those brilliant minds who dare to dream and dare to achieve and build an empire out of nothing.  With every […]

  81. NSTSE

    National Level Science Talent Search Examination is conducted by the Unified council every year for an overall assessment of the student. This examination’s focus is not on how much a student has crammed up, it’s about how much he has understood the concepts. After the test, it gives out detailed feedback to the student regarding […]

  82. World Kindness Day

    “Kindness costs nothing.” Each year, World Kindness Day is celebrated on November 13, to inspire people to be kind. Being kind is a reflection of one’s character, morals and innate humanity. It cannot be constrained by definitions. It is an inherent attribute of any living being who possesses a soul. Kindness is not a one-day […]

  83. Awesome Inventions in Biology

    The future belongs to the curious and our future is in the minds of our young. Prepared to be inspired, motivated, driven, etc with these really thoughtful and cool inventions. Spoiler Alert! These are all invented by our children of tomorrow. #1. Eco-toys 11-year-old Bella Winfield was in love with dolls and toys like any […]

  84. National Education Day

    Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, was the first Union Education Minister of independent India from 1947 to 1958. National Education Day, celebrates his contribution to education every year on this day, November 11. It is also a day to emphasize the importance of education and its betterment throughout the academic institutes. “Education imparted by heart can […]

  85. Possible Changes in Mainstream Career Choices

    Initially, career was about earning money, now it is more about making money with young minds with their toil and innovation doing what their soul and knowledge tell them to do. Earlier career was all about few options which you could count on your fingertips, to name a few it would be MBA, law, medical, […]

  86. Indian Legal Services Day

    The words “legal”, “justice”, “law” are not random syllables. To every citizen irrespective of nation, these are words of hope, trust and safety. India celebrates November 9 as ‘Legal Services Day‘ as an ode to the enactment of the Indian Legal Services Authorities Act 1987. First started by the Supreme Court in 1995, this day […]

  87. Biden-Harris: A Hope for Reform…

    After the awaited results of the 2020 US election, it was clear in the projected winning that the Biden-Harris duo had made its way to the office of the President and Vice President of the US, respectively. Being the oldest President ever and the first woman to be elected Vice-President in the history of the […]

  88. National Cancer Awareness

    “She never seemed shattered; to me, she was a breathtaking mosaic of the battles she had won.” Nicole Munoz One cannot comprehend what one hasn’t experienced, therefore, it’s inhuman to compare our hardships. On National Cancer Awareness Day, November 7, we acknowledge the population of more than 17 million, who are struggling in silence against […]

  89. CLAT- All You Need to Know!

    The legal profession is a lucrative and inspiring career, it opens the door to many flourishing professions, which one can pursue after finishing one’s degree. Many great reformers have been lawyers for eg- Abraham Lincoln, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, and many more. It opens pathways to bring change in society, to do good for it, and […]

  90. How to overcome test anxiety?

    In your student life, it is very common to have forgotten all the answers when the question paper comes in front of you or in some cases saying that nuclear fusion occurs in mitochondria because it is the powerhouse of the cell! You will have a hard time explaining that the problem isn’t your preparation […]

  91. Is Online Education the Correct Alternative?

    Current times have forced the children of our schools to continue their classroom learning digitally. Learning is a process which can never cease, it must continue and digital learning seems to be the only viable option to ensure a safer environment for the school children at their respective homes. At schools, the curriculum which was […]

  92. Government Schemes for E-learning

    Digital education is the new normal for this country, with increase in internet users with each passing day and government’s involvement to increase it by ten percent by the end of year 2025. With more students flocking everyday to the online medium. Government is emphasizing the importance of digital education. With the onset of this […]

  93. Unlock the Key to be Healthy and Happy!

    Discipline is not a quality but a necessity, in every walk of life it acts as a guiding torch, a priority table and even an alarm clock. Being disciplined is usually associated with being boring especially during one’s school years, but being disciplined is usually a lot more fun, by being disciplined you get to […]

  94. Celebrating Diwali in 2020

    Diwali is celebrated because it is believed that on this day Lord Ram returned to his home after 14 years of exile, after defeating Raavan. Diwali means a lot of things to lots of people, for some it is a holiday, for some it is a business opportunity, for some it is the best time […]

  95. A Parent’s Perspective on Online Education

    Imagine walking through the corridor for your parents-teachers meeting, with your heart beating against your chest like a woodpecker on a tree. As you enter your class there are five to six of your fellow classmates with their respective parents. You greet your teacher and then your teacher talks about months of your behavior and […]

  96. Here’s Why One Should Participate in Olympiads

    Education is a diverse field that encompasses a wide range of activities. The central objective of these activities is to impart knowledge and learning to students. Apart from their regular exams, it is important for the students to inculcate a healthy competitive spirit which prepares them well for their future.  An Olympiad is an exam […]

  97. International Junior Science Olympiad

    The International Junior Science Olympiad or the IJSO is a science competition for students between the age of 15 years (or younger) as of 31st December of the competition year. IJSO aims to promote an active interest in science among school students by exposing them to problem-solving, critical thinking and experimentation.  “Critical reason is the […]

  98. Know your responsibilities in virtual world.

    Man is a social animal. By nature, he is curious and communicative. This thirst for knowledge has led him to connect whenever, wherever and with whomever he wishes to. Technology has been the motivator of man’s innate desire to socialize and social media has made the globe a village. We are constantly updated about everyone’s […]

  99. शैक्षिक आत्मनिर्भरता – भारत के भविष्य की धुरी।

    Online education has resulted in different scenarios for various organizations. Unfortunately, only a handful of them has barely managed to thrive amidst pandemic when the rest of them have perished or succumbed to the harsh realities of these times. Schools from across the nation have switched to online learning mode and students and teachers are […]

  100. Internet of Things – Know all About the Latest Tech

    We all have faced the hassle of untangling that long, fragile, stubborn wires of earphones. We have seen the way electrical wires are just stuck up together on electrical poles- enduring all weather conditions, a true display of human monstrosity blemishing the beauty of the blue planet. Internet of Things or IoT is a wireless […]

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