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History as a Solution for the Present

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author02 23 May 2017 10

The Sun Moon and Calendar

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author02 08 May 2017 5

Social Media – An Education Hub

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author02 01 May 2017 5

Preservation of Indian Heritage

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author02 15 Apr 2017 8

Look up and Get Lost

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author02 28 Mar 2017 23

TERI and UNESCO Conduct Education for Sustainable Development Workshop

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author02 24 Feb 2017 19

Study Session Strategies

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author02 21 Feb 2017 11

Craft of Writing

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author02 07 Feb 2017 5

Ways to Use Wikipedia

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author02 20 Jan 2017 6

Replacing Notebooks

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author02 17 Jan 2017 9

Want to Become a Teacher?

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author02 18 Nov 2016 6

Nanotechnology- An Introduction

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author02 01 Oct 2016 8

Freedom is Poetry

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author02 27 Sep 2016 3

Distance Learning is an Option Too!

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author02 28 Jul 2016 2

Learning is Earning

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author02 19 Jul 2016 10

Factors Affecting the Choice of Subjects in Class 11 & 12

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author02 19 Jul 2016 8

Balance Between Studies and Extracurricular Activities

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author02 13 Jul 2016 5

Exam Fever: A Significant Instinct

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author02 12 Jul 2016 6

Read Beyond Your Textbooks

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author02 12 Jul 2016 12

History as a Solution for the Present

author02 Srishti Anand 23 May 2017 10
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The term history has been taken from the Greek work ‘historia’. History can be defined as the study of past. It covers the different aspect of learning of the past, which can be broadly classified as event, memory, presentation etc. Scholars who are involved into studying and observing history are called historians.

History is a very broad term. Everything ranging from the place we live in to the mathematical concepts we use, has had a history. Knowing history keeps us rooted to our culture. Studying and knowing the things of past helps in getting closer to our community and culture. In the process, it makes us better global citizens.

History is basically made up of sequences related to some particular culture. These events are given the term of cultural heritage or legends. The nature of history has evolved over time and is still continuously changing. The modern type of study of history involves wide study of specific geographical regions and their development. 

For long, history has provided the students with skills to observe and analyse complex situations with an open mind. Therefore it allows them to make decisions keeping in mind the lessons of the past.History has been taught at academic level for a long time. This helps students in getting in touch with the events of past and knowing how their culture developed over the centuries.

Being aware about the history is important for any individual. Studying history allows you to treat the current affairs with a wiser perspective. This is because, whatever occurs in today’s time is in some way the result of or influenced by the happenings of the past. 

People tend to question as to why some people act in ways different from the other. All of this behavioural aspect is based on history. History has been a source of cultural awareness for people all over the globe. This is the reason why researchers believe that if we are aiming at improving the present, an authentic knowledge of the past is important.



The Sun Moon and Calendar

author02 Srishti Anand 08 May 2017 5
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Calendars have always come to our rescue, in situations when we forget important dates and occasions.

The question arises, as to how this concept of dates and months actually came up?

The world's oldest calendar which dates back to more than 10,000 years was discovered in Scotland. Today we follow the Gregorian calendar.  Earlier the calendar that was followed was the Julian calendar, which was admirably close to the actual length of the year. The term calendar itself is taken from calendae, the term for the first day of the month in the Roman calendar.

The calendar is a system of organizing days for social, religious, commercial or administrative purposes. This is done by giving names to the intervals of time (days, weeks, months and years). These intervals are usually synchronised with the cycle of the moon and sun. In the earlier times the duration of a month was calculated according to the cycle of the moon around Earth. Thus the term Month came up, referring to ‘moonth’. The concept of month was based on the moon’s motion around the earth. But this connection was broken in the calendar that is used now.

The world does not have one fixed standardized calendar. Different cultures have gotten made different calendars. This has resulted in us having Chinese calendar, Mayan calendar etc. 

Formulating a calendar was important, because calculating dates is an important task for deciding the sacred days of the year. These sacred days were decided according to the regular intervals of the occurrences in a year.  It also helped the early researchers in maintaining a proper intelligible record of the events of the past.

Calendars have always been an integral part of our daily schedule. We may not give them a justified due but without calendars all the days, dates and events would have been lost.



Social Media – An Education Hub

author02 Shatrujit Chauhan 01 May 2017 5
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Social media is an integral part of the modern era. It is the key element of communication and marketing these days.  A growing number of schools and teachers are utilizing social media in the classroom to further engage students in the learning process. 

Interestingly, social media is an important tool that teachers can use to make their classrooms more engaging, interesting and culturally diverse. 

Apparently, social media can be used to make studies more collaborative and efficient. It is a common platform within the reach of most of us.

One reason social media is so popular is that it allows people of all age groups and demographics to personalize the way they interact with the web. In the modern scenario, social media is increasingly being used as a study tool, especially for today's tech-savvy students.

How does it make learning better and engaging?

 It's common for many students to be challenged by the same learning concept or course assignment. With social media, a centralized and well designed platform can be offered to the entire class or a group of students. The collective knowledge of an entire class can be directed on a common portal to achieve effective and efficient learning for all.

The Social broadcasting system offers many other advantages like-

1.Sharing of ideas: Social networking sites allow users to share ideas, activities, events and interests within their individual networks. Thus making it possible to connect with people who share interests and activities across political, economic and geographic borders.

2. Cost effective: Social media is cost effective in every possible way. Most of the educational, informational as well as recreational content can be accessed for free. Unlike other forms of media like electronic and print, you need not pay to buy space for publishing your content.

3.A boon for the curious ones: Students are always up for asking the silliest of the questions and such media interactivity can prove to be very beneficial to them. Other forms of media do not offer two-way interaction and feedback for better understanding of concepts and clearing doubts.




Preservation of Indian Heritage

author02 Bhavna Sharma 15 Apr 2017 8
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No one around the world is unknown to the charm of diverse Indian heritage. There are so many monuments in our Incredible India which are highly recognized in worldwide associations of Travel and Tourism. Everyone across the globe is amazed by the united colors of so many cultures in India. Our historical heritage helps us to maintain peace and harmony. It makes our motherland stand tall with pride.

Now –a- days, Indian heritage is not left in the mode of its original beauty. It cannot withstand the environmental and societal factors. In fact there are so many monuments not recognized under any authority.  One such example is Khetri Mahal in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan which is now used as Muslim Hostel. On contrary monuments like India Gate, Gate Way of India, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Hawa Mahal, etc. are a great source of recreation for tourists. These monuments are under full observation of Government Security. But, monuments which also add to economy of India like Amber Fort, Chand Baori, Bhangarh Fort, etc. witness huge damage from people’s side. Corners of monuments are spitted with tobacco, wastes are thrown in galleries, walls are scribed with love signs, etc. It decreases the charm of monuments and creates a bad impression on tourists. Monuments are a source of legacy provided to us by our great ancestors. That’s why caring and preserving them is our prime responsibility.

Thus apart from providing monetary support from Government to preserve our monuments, we as an individual should also create self awareness. Our monuments are our pride. Therefore, we should not indulge ourselves in such absurd activities and damage our Indian Heritage. We should also try to motivate others to preserve monuments. Save Indian Heritage!




Look up and Get Lost

author02 Srishti Anand 28 Mar 2017 23
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“Dwell on the beauty of life. Watch the stars, and see yourself running with them.” 
― Marcus Aurelius

Agreeing with Marcus Aurelius, people today have taken up Star Gazing as a separate hobby. It is an activity for people who enjoy watching the sky and looking for objects up there with unaided eye, binoculars or telescope. For these individuals, a scientific approach is not the main aim many amateurs make a contribution to the field of astronomy but barely monitoring and tracking variable stars and asteroids.

A typical stargazer is one who does not depend upon the astronomers for their primary source of support or income. He need not have a professional degree or any advanced professional training on this particular subject. An individual may have a degree of experience in astronomy so that he can work alongside professional astronomers.

Stargazing is not just associated with the process of viewing the night’s sky, at a time when most of the celestial objects and phenomenon are visible. Sometimes it also includes people working during the day and looking for sun spots and solar eclipse. Amateurs mostly look at the sky with the naked eye, but the common tools used for the hobby are telescope and binoculars.

For people living in a city with polluted air and clouds, the hobby may be carried out at someplace where the view is not obstructed by buildings and such.

People have been studying the night sky throughout the history, but recently such hobby-like astronomy has become an activity for clearly distinguished professionals and enthusiasts.

A few applications that may help you to take your hobby to another level are-

Starwalk –It allows you to point at the sky and see what’s up there in real time. It is based on your location. If you find something you can tap at it and find more information about it.

 

Google Sky Map- It is basically Google Maps, but for space. The data that it has is pulled from a wide range of sources like the Hubble Space Telescope, and NASA's Chandra satellite.

 

So, all astronomy enthusiasts out there, this is your time to take up what you love and contribute to the world of stars and planet from your end.

 



TERI and UNESCO Conduct Education for Sustainable Development Workshop

author02 Priyanka Negi 24 Feb 2017 19
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New Delhi, 23 February 2017: UNESCO in association with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) organized a two day Leadership Training Programme on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) for students, young ESD Leaders,practitioners, policy makers and youth entrepreneurs from Asia-Pacific Region in New Delhi on 15-16 February 2017. Click for details

More than 50 youth in the age group of 18-35 years who are active leaders in sustainable development in their communities and regions attended the comprehensive capacity building leadership training workshop on ESD held at The Park, New Delhi. The objective of the programme was to empower youth leaders to inspire and mobilize others to take action towards building more sustainable,just and resilient communities in their vicinity and to build a youth-led ESD network for exchange and collaboration among the global communities.

The training was organized under the framework of UNESCO’s Global Action Programme(GAP) on ESD (http://en.unesco.org/gap), the official follow-up to the UN Decade on ESD (2005-2014). UNESCO has established Partner Networks focusing on the five Priority Action Areas of the GAP. TERI is a part of Key Partner Network 4,which focuses on mobilizing and empowering youth. Besides in New Delhi, the leadership training workshops on ESD will also be organized in four other parts of the world, including Dublin, Ireland; Beirut, Bahrain; Nairobi, Kenya; and San Jose, Costa Rica.

The workshop deliberated upon various themes such as Sustainability, Education for Sustainable Development, Systems Thinking, Conflict Transformation, Leadership,Visioning, Communication, Facilitation, Networking, Monitoring and Evaluation,etc. The participants are expected to share the knowledge gained on ESD to a larger segment of their community and also to promote the essence of GAP areas to a wider community.

 

Distinguished guests at the workshop included Mr Abel Caine, Senior Project Officer and Head of Youth and Communities, UNESCO MGIEP; Dr. Annapurna Vancheswaran, Senior Director TERI; Dr Prodipto Ghosh, Distinguished Fellow, TERI; Dr B C Sabata,Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Environment, Govt. of NCT, Delhi; Dr Sanghamitra Bhattacharya, National PMU for Swachh Bharat Mission; Dr Ram Boojh,National Programme Officer, Ecological Science, UNESCO, etc. The programme was inaugurated by Dr. Annapurna Vancheswaran and Dr Ram Boojh.

‘We need to work towards including more quality e-learning opportunities for youth in ESD advocacy, implementation”,remarked Dr Boojh.

While addressing the role of youth in SDG action, Dr. Prodipto Ghosh said,“Besides the knowledge of 17 SDGs, it is of utmost importance that an individual’s daily activities should be inclusive of these goals in one or the other way. The youth should strategize their actions in such a way that it can lead to ultimate long-term solutions.”

 

ABOUT TERI

TERI is an independent, not-for-profit research institute focused on energy,environment, and sustainable development and devoted to efficient and sustainable use of natural resources. Since its inception in 1974, TERI has emerged as an institution of excellence for its path-breaking research, and is a global brand widely respected by political leaders, policy makers, corporate entities as well as the civil society at large.

 



Study Session Strategies

author02 Anubha Das 21 Feb 2017 11
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What picture rings a bell when you hear "study"? Sitting with a gathering of friends in the library, testing each other on the core concepts of any subject?

A decent study routine can represent the deciding moment for your academic achievement. Building up a study strategy takes rehearse, yet the fundamental standards are something each student ought to be familiar with.

First things first,you have to make space to learn, both physically and sensibly. Clear your psyche and your space with the goal that you can concentrate just on the current topic you're attempting to understand and study. Make yourself satisfied with the goal that concentrating on is a good thing for you and will help you understand. Compose your study session to fit how much your mind retains. The vast majority of what we hold is toward the start and end of the session – not the center. Make an arrangement that keeps you concentrated throughout the study.

You just need to build some maps that will help you visualize everything you learn. Clock is ticking, get started.


Craft of Writing

author02 Anubha Das 07 Feb 2017 5
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“Writingis easy, all you have do is cross the wrong words”- Mark Twain

How tolearn the craft of writing is like learning anything else, and can be evenbroken into general points. If you’re a writer or editor—or want to becomeone—the basics of writing should intrigue you. It should also compel you, anddraw you deep into the fullness, the depth and breadth, of writing. They shouldmake you crave for more—want to know more and try more.

A writershould learn to enhance their skills. They should not try to pass them off asknowledgeable and skilled if they are neither. To recognize that writing apart—and editing a part requires more than the ability to string words intosentences. That basic skill will get you started, but it won’t get you far. If want to be successful and reach far off inwriting, you should read novels and short stories and poetry andmagazines. Reading opinion pieces and essays and the dictionary also helpscrafting your skills.

Writingis basically about writing for yourself. If you write like it matter, it surelywill. So, add your stories to the world.



Ways to Use Wikipedia

author02 Anubha Das 20 Jan 2017 6
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Wikipedia has put learning readily available. Conceded that we can scour the web and get usable data utilized as an internet searcher, yet Wikipedia's esteem lies in the way that it has examined, composed, and consolidated everything for us.

There are basically 4 approaches to use Wikipedia for a student to get helpful information:

Background research- The background research about the topic helps in better understanding of the topic. Like if you want to learn more about Barrack Obama then you should learn about his early days and childhood days as well.

Links- At the end of each Wikipedia article we get a rundown of outside connections which can have fundamentally related article with more information. 

Using Keyword- In every Wikipedia page, there are a lot of keywords in different colours which can be used to search information further.

References- We become aware about the rundown of books and articles that have been used to comprehend and from where the information and data's are being gathered.

The objective here is not to take Wikipedia as a gospel but rather to utilize it to centre your research. Holidays are coming, begin with your homework's and ventures. You know where to search for.




Replacing Notebooks

author02 Anubha Das 17 Jan 2017 9
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Are you tired of carrying heavy notebooks and textbooks on daily basis, loosing papers and reading obsolete books?

With the development in computer technology and reducing prices of computer the textbook are being replaced by notebook computers. In the education sector computer has played a vital role and with the introduction of the e-books the mode of education has become much easier.

Schools constantly need to update textbooks, which leads to cutting many trees and can become very costly. However, if students were to use notebook computers, they would have updated resources at all times; like they won’t need to buy various editions of the books. They will get everything on their plate.

Pros of notebook computers over textbooks are:

No need to carry so many books, one laptop does it all

E-Books are cheaper

Simple, easy and Helpful

Students can connect to Internet

Online Libraries

Students can manage their time and schedule 

Keeps students updated

As the trends move ahead, and the technology advances it is essential to change the pattern of studies as well. The predictable modes of education are good. But the modern ways are overcoming some of the major drawbacks of the conventional modes and hence is being chosen globally.




Want to Become a Teacher?

author02 Anubha Das 18 Nov 2016 6
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Teaching as a career can be extremely satisfying and significant. Good teachers teach academic skills, but also how to act properly,how to interact with people & how to work hard. If an individual is hoping for a career in which he/ she can contribute to society and make a difference in the world, then they should consider teaching.

Before any one pursues there are qualifications and degrees required to find a teaching position. It is very important to be certain that they are right for the job and that the job is right for them. An individual should understanding about what makes a good teacher and should opt those skills and features you that make them well-matched with teaching. To be a teacher, you must enjoy being around other people and interacting with them,especially young people. Teaching is a very social job and involves constant interaction with others.

Every aspiring teacher has to enroll themselves in a 4- year bachelor’s degree program. They can take up subjects they are interested to teach and practice them in their curriculum. For example, an aspiring maths teacher will take maths course in addition to their educational course. Many of those who choose to become an educator have long, satisfying,and rewarding careers, but others exit the field early in search of other work.

Though if you feel avid about learning and you truly care about others, you have the prospective of becoming a great teacher.



Nanotechnology- An Introduction

author02 Anubha Das 01 Oct 2016 8
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 nanotechnology? Oneof the struggles faced by nanotechnology is the confusion about its definition.

Nanotechnology is the branch of technology thatdeals with manipulation of individual atoms and molecules that are less than100 nanometres.

It is soon to grow very fast and make up the majority of companiesacross many industries which will allow growth for students.

Nanotechnology isviewed as a process that gradually will affect most companies and industries.What qualifies as nanotechnology today is basic research and development thatis taking place in laboratories all over the world. There are many collegesthat have introduced engineering courses on the following subject like AmityUniversity, Sharda University & so on. The students applying fornanotechnology are willing to put forth theirtheoretical knowledge to practical application.

Nanotechnology is theintroduction to the future aspect of the new & improved world.


Freedom is Poetry

author02 Anubha Das 27 Sep 2016 3
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Many individuals like to play, play withwords. Poetry is a form of literature that uses regular quality of words to conveya deeper significance to be felt and seen by others. Individuals use languageto put across their thoughts, feeling, ideas & perspectives. Poetry shouldalso be taught in schools as students can gain a greater perceptive, not onlyof literature and language, but of themselves & the world they live in.Poetry increase students’ literacy & grammatical knowledge. Studying poetrycan assist in increasing their oral & written vocabularies as well.

These days, students have become very keenabout poetry. Poetry encourages conveying themselves innovatively.It promotes literacy & buildscommunity. And cross limits that little else can. Students get to paintsketches of their lives using symbol, descriptions & so on. They are ableto express themselves in a very creative and persuasive way, because poetry isa language which is distilled & powerful of its own. Poetry makes anindividual feel part of something noble & stunning.

Poetry is when emotions have found itsthought & the thought has found words that give freedom to literature.



Distance Learning is an Option Too!

author02 Tanvi Minocha 28 Jul 2016 2
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With the sky high cut-offs and increasing number of applications for universities like the Delhi University, students are losing hope of getting admission anywhere. But they should not, as they can continue their studies. There is always the option through distance learning.
Distance Learning is a system wherein teachers & learners need not necessarily be present at same place or same time. Distance Learning System of the country consists of Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), State Open Universities (SOUs), Institutions and Universities offering education amongst others.
As per Times of India, students with a score of 80% and above constitute over 10% of all admission-takers in the Delhi University School of Open Learning (SOL). The list also includes 13 students with scores above 95%, 240 with marks above 90%, and 4 students with a perfect score of 100 as their best-of-four. The total number of enrolments is around 49,000 out of which 13,000 have completed the admission process.
Like every other thing, distance learning has its own pros and cons. The most important advantage is that you can set up your environment to study, which ever suits you the best. It does not matter where you live, you can get a degree anywhere in the world, and, distance learning is comparatively cheaper than a full-time degree course. However, you will miss the cordiality of being on a campus and rubbing shoulders with fellow students on a daily basis.
Keeping all the factors aside, all you need to think about is your future. Only you can decide what to do about it, and how to mould your life.


Learning is Earning

author02 Himani Goyal 19 Jul 2016 10
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You start learning from the time you are born and it continues till your last breath. Learning is the most basic and vital aspect of life. You learn to crawl in the early stages of childhood and eventually learn walking with time, which’s been serving you till date. That is the essence of learning, it serves you lifelong.

This piece of writing mainly caters to learning in education sector. Grab any possible opportunity that can teach you, be it academics or extra-curricular activities. If you are good at a particular field; say, sports, you can train students with lesser experience but great interest, and earn money. You can even take tuitions for primary grade students in any subject which you have a good hand.

Learning while working under someone adds to your resume which eventually fetches you great job opportunities. Things learn through life experiences can also serve as an earning source, who knows if you become a motivational speaker or a counsellor.

The more you learn, the more opportunities you will come across to earn a desirable livelihood. So, widen your sphere of learning from the very beginning and you will see the results for yourself.



Factors Affecting the Choice of Subjects in Class 11 & 12

author02 Tanvi Minocha 19 Jul 2016 8
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As soon as students complete halfof their class 10, they are asked about the subjects they will choose forfurther classes. Parents, neighbors, relatives, classmates, everyone is curiousto know about it. Under such circumstances, a student may or may not be able tomake the right decision. There are certain factors which may be the reasonbehind it, such as:

  1. Parental Pressure- At times, parents believe that their children should take up the same profession as them, and they have every right to expect that. To make it happen, they pressurize their child to choose those particular subjects, irrespective of whether s/he is interested or not. Some children are able to perform well, but others are not, which in turn, might make the student have self-doubts.
  2. Peer Pressure- Students have a tendency of following their friends in every possible way, even if it is regarding their future. They may take up the stream their friend is taking, solely for the purpose of being with them for the next two years. This can hamper their academic performance, in case they are unable to understand what is being taught.
  3. Societal Pressure- When no one pressurizes the student, there’s the society. They will always judge the child and his/her decisions, and would have high expectations. The stereotypes which exist in the society are one of the main reasons a student does not pursue his/her field of interest.

However, there still are peoplewho can guide a student to the right path, keeping in mind his/her interestsand capabilities, such as career counselors, mentors, child psychologists, andalike. You can seek help from them, if you are confused and can’t decide.



Balance Between Studies and Extracurricular Activities

author02 Tanvi Minocha 13 Jul 2016 5
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‘All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.’ We all have heard this, and know that it is true till some extent. Students these days are engrossed in their studies, and when not there, in the internet. Only a small number of students get involved in extracurricular activities.

Some cannot participate in extracurricular activities because they feel they will not be able to do it, while some cannot because their parents feel it is not necessary, and would be a waste of time. But they are misguided, as extracurricular activities, in the right amount, can prove to be beneficial to their children. 

Extracurricular activities help in the development of the children, mentally, physically, and in socially. They let the child discover & explore their interest areas, and follow them passionately. A student who is involved in two or more activities, along with his coursework, will be better at time management than one who is not. 

Teens must get involved in extracurricular activities, so that they know how to act at social gatherings, and these activities will also provide them with learning opportunities outside the school/college. Extracurricular activities also make the mind stronger, and can refresh the brain, making it easier for a student to work on his/her homework.

While there are many benefits of extracurricular activities, they should be done only upto a limit. Excess of anything is bad. Over-involvement can hamper the academic performance of the student. It will also affect his/her health, if adequate rest is not given to the body & brain. 

Therefore, a balance between the two needs to be maintained. Both things should be pursued, but in equal & appropriate amounts.



Exam Fever: A Significant Instinct

author02 Yukti Kapoor 12 Jul 2016 6
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Whenever the exams are near, many students are under tremendous stress commonly referred as exam stress. But it is not just the students who are stressed or face the exam fever, the teachers& parents too go through the same. Students are anxious about whether they would be able to live up to the expectations of their peers, parents &teachers. Also, parents and teachers have a lot of expectations from their kids and very often, they tend to impose the burden on their kids.

Anxiety is contagious & passes to other students, teachers & parents. Some of the reasons for increase in stress level are identity crisis, the need to make career oriented decisions,attitude of teachers & parents, and peer pressure. An individual should be comfortable enough to express emotions in front of his/her elders.

Exam fever could be dealt by sleeping for seven to eight hours for achieving physical rest & brain functioning. Proper intake of diet must be taken care of and should comprise of milk, dry fruits & green vegetables. Another way to achieve good results is good time management. One should complete the syllabus prior to exams & just revise it on the D-day.

Hence, we all know every problem has a solution to it; but the main agenda of solving each & every problem is to always feel & think positive. A positive thought is the seed of a positive result.



Read Beyond Your Textbooks

author02 Tanvi Minocha 12 Jul 2016 12
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When was the last time, you readsomething apart from your subject textbooks? We are not talking about thestatus updates on Facebook or the tweets on Twitter. The question is about realreading.

Since childhood, we have been toldthat reading is good for us. It helps us improve our language, speaking &writing skills. Along with that, it increases our knowledge and enhances ourthinking skills. It gives us a break from everything and enables us perk up ourconcentration level.

 To emphasize on what to read, and the benefitsof reading, consider the following:

1.  Novels: A good novel is one which takes you to anew world. You imagine all that you read, and when experience a real-life kindof relationship. A happy ending can induce warm feelings in your heart, andbrighten up your day.

2.  Newspapers: They give you information about whatis happening around you. They make you an aware citizen.

3.   Magazines: Magazine articles are usually lightreads, telling you stories or providing you with hacks for some problems.

There is no doubt, as a student,you have your own curriculum to complete, and for that you have to read a lotof textbooks, but take some time out and read things apart from them as well. Readinghas always been a good habit, and will only benefit you in the future.




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