Schools are the second home for children. The way in which their personalities mould depends not only on the parental upbringing but also on the way they are evolved in their school lives. Imparting just the bookish knowledge makes the student dumb and insecure when it comes to challenging the competitive world. Steps are being taken … Continue reading Child Personality Development in School
Education is greatly interlinked with economic status either directly or indirectly. Over the past few years, this gap has narrowed comparatively but had not yet become nil. It is important to close this gap; without education, a country cannot progress. Often people from financially weak backgrounds tend to not send their children to school as firstly, they cannot … Continue reading Economic Status and Schooling: Opportunities for the Poor
Today’s technology-oriented generation is living a virtual life. It is the era where technology can befool our minds into thinking we get wonderful experiences through virtual reality. Kids today have forgotten the true meaning of playing cricket, gilli danda and kite flying as they probably would have played it only on their phones. On the other side, our … Continue reading To Play or Not to Play: That Is the Question
"Two roads diverged in a yellow wood [...]" Do you remember the lines from The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost? They mean you need to take the path of passion. In today's world, it is quite reverse; two roads diverged with one leading to engineering and the other to medical science. Whenever the graduates' … Continue reading Engineer or Doctor; Isn’t There Another Way?
School systems School system can be defined as the aggregate of the public schools of an area under the administration of an executive officer who represents and is responsible to the board of education in that area. It is the responsibility of the government of that particular region to be fastidious in enforcing and ascertaining … Continue reading Thoughts on school and school systems
“Ew! Why don’t they clean the garbage? It smells awful.” “Gosh! I need some fresh air!” “Ah! These leaking taps, what a wastage!” The above are some of the expressions we say and listen to on a regular basis. We all had a lesson in our moral education class on being self-dependent. We all want to be independent. We fought … Continue reading World Environment Day – A Step Towards Safer Earth