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Is competition a necessary part of the education process?

10 hrs ago

Past few years have witnessed a huge rise in the number of students who score very high marks, with some of them even scoring 100 percent in different subjects. This trend has sparked off a debate whether the method of education should be made more competitive or should students be given more relaxed and easy-going curriculum.

Students should not be graded on their handwriting

14 hrs ago

It is widely believed that students with good attractive handwriting are an ideal for those with bad clumsy handwriting and that extra marks should be given for good handwriting. But there are many who argue that giving extra marks on this basis will be unjust as real skill is much different from handwriting.

Should sex education be taught in schools

1 day ago

Since the surge in the cases of HIV-AIDS and sex-related crimes, there has been an increasing demand to impart sex education in schools. While there are some who are in support of the move, there are some who are against it.

MEA opens ICWA essay competition for junior and senior level students

Jun 23, 2017

Indian Council of World Affairs has announced the second edition of the essay competition. The topic of the essays for junior level is ‘What India’s Foreign Policy means to Young India or India’s Foreign Policy Priorities for the Youth’ and for seniors, ‘Conflict, Religion and Foreign Policy’.

Yoga Day Special: Learn these simple Asanas to boost your memory and concentration

Jun 21, 2017

Since its inception in 2015, International Yoga Day (IYD) is celebrated around the world on June 21, which also happens to be the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. Yoga Day is United Nations' way of  promoting of health, harmony and peace around the world.

Debate Topic: Peer pressure; useful or harmful?

Jun 21, 2017

At school, we get numerous opportunities to delve, explore the world with a very different perspective. We are not alone in the quest. Our parents, teachers, friends, and most importantly peers are with us. Peers, classmates are in the nearest proximity, both physically and metaphorically, and this nearness brings with itself certain kinds of emphasis or peer pressure.

Ministry of Singapore Extends A- Star Youth Scholarship for India

Jun 21, 2017

Fresh pass out school students of class 8 who are born anytime between 2001 and 2003 get a chance to get certification of Singapore- Cambridge General Certificate of Education Advanced level. It is tenable for four years.

Singapore Government offers Youth Scholarship to school goers

Jun 21, 2017

Students who have passed their class 10 and are born between 1999 and 2001 are eligible to apply for scholarship in selected Singapore Junior Colleges leading to the award of the Singapore- Cambridge General Certificate of Education Advanced level certificate. The scholarship is tenable for two years and is renewed annually.

Future of Women in Engineering: Top Colleges, Branches and Career Prospects

Jun 20, 2017

In this article you will read about top engineering courses for women and career prospects related to the courses. In today’s world there is no such course for which girls cannot apply for. But there are some courses which girls prefer most based on their priority.

Should there be separate schools for boys and girls

Jun 20, 2017

Co-education has its advantages as well as disadvantages. It is in the interest of the students that they get the kind of environment at school that is most suitable for them as it will help them to develop to the fullest whether it is co-education or independent.

Should students take an online course

Jun 20, 2017

As online education is catching up fast, more and more institutions are offering different online courses in different subjects. But there are many who believe that regular classrooms are much better as compared to online sessions. Here we discuss both.

Cell phones be allowed in schools?

Jun 20, 2017

Cell phones have become more of a necessity than a fancy item. Even young kids can be seen carrying cell phones and smartphones, either chatting or playing some game. There is no denying that they have become a part of everyday life. In fact, life cannot be imagined without a cell phone.
But lately, it has become a hot topic whether or not to allow cell phones in schools.

Should school students wear uniforms

Jun 19, 2017

School uniforms are viewed as an essential part of early education as they fill them with a sense of belonging and pride and also educate them for the future. But there are some who believe that school students should be given a choice to wear the clothes of their choice. This article views both the aspects of the debate.

Should handwriting be a factor in deciding grades of students

Jun 19, 2017

It is widely believed that students with good attractive handwriting are an ideal for those with bad clumsy handwriting and that extra marks should be given for good handwriting. But there are many who argue that giving extra marks on this basis will be unjust as real skill is much different from handwriting.

5 things you can do after completing your graduation in engineering

Jun 19, 2017

Most of the students get confused at the end of their final year of engineering degree. In this article we will talk about 5 things that you can do after the completion of your graduation in engineering.

Technothlon International School Championship provides opportunity to visit NASA

Jun 16, 2017

IIT Guwahati organises Technothlon International School Championship recognized by UNICEF. The championship is organized in two rounds, Prelims and Mains and participants must be in a team of two, Junior Squad and Hauts Squad.

WWF and Discovery Kids to feature posters made by school kids in their calendar

Jun 16, 2017

Young school students get a golden chance to get their posters featured in the WWF- India’s calendar for year 2018. The competition is an initiative of WWF India and Discovery Kids.

DU's school of journalism to introduce Tamil as optional language

Jun 14, 2017

Buzzing with admission-related activities, DU has decided to start school of journalism from this academic year which will be providing a five-year integrated course in the field. The student pursuing the course will have the option of studying for three years  and leaving with a graduation degree.

Should schools stop assigning homework

Jun 14, 2017

The idea and purpose by schools to give homework to students is debated and also the rationale behind is being discussed for a long time. The two sides that oppose and support the notion are yet to come to a solid wrapping up.

7 tech greats who do not have a college degree

Jun 13, 2017

Our parents and society repeatedly stress on the importance of education and a degree from a reputed college. But what if I told you that there are multiple famous personalities who dropped out of college to fulfill their dreams and changed the way things happened in the world?!

How to become professor's favourite in college

Jun 13, 2017

As a person who graduated college two years back, I have now realized that one big mistake I seem to have made while studying was that I did not befriend my professors. When you have a good relationship with your professors, things become easy not only inside the campus but outside as well.

How school students can benefit by adopting a diet plan

Jun 13, 2017

A healthy and nutritious diet is essential for every person. It is even more important for school students since they are going through the growing phase and need extra nourishment to do well.

How school students can find a career path

Jun 13, 2017

Schools are not only about getting academic and theoretical knowledge as lately school students have become more demanding and active to receive practical and market knowledge to prepare for their future.

Television; a boon or bane for students?

Jun 13, 2017

Students love to watch television almost on daily basis and they view different kinds of programmes which have different kinds of impact on them. Hence, it is a matter of serious discussion as to whether television viewing is really good or bad for school students.

Opportunity for little artists to draw beautiful earth under JQA International Environmental Contest

Jun 13, 2017

Japan Quality Assurance Organization (JQA) and International Certification Organization Network (IQNet) are organising drawing contest. The contest is open for students in the age group of 7 to 15 years. Students have to draw planet earth according to their imagination.

7 most popular jobs for fresh college graduates

Jun 12, 2017

The admission process in most colleges across the country has started, increasing the chaos and confusion. While new students take admission, the old ones jump to new life which starts with the challenge of earning and keeping ends together.

Reduce exam anxiety with these easy steps

Jun 12, 2017

We all have been in that place where the mind stops functioning due to all the stress surrounding an upcoming exam. This makes learning more difficult as most of students' time and energy is spent on fighting the stress rather than studying itself. It is important for students to get over the nervousness surrounding an exam to be able to perform to their full potential.

Importance of class 12 result

Jun 12, 2017

This article is all about the importance of class 12th board result or class 12th marks in the life of a student. Here, we will discuss why class 12 marks are important and low percentage in class 12th board exam result is not the end of the world. We will also discuss frequently asked questions related to the importance of class 12 marks.

Ministry of External Affairs holds Logo Designing Competition for trade mission

Jun 12, 2017

Ministry of External Affairs Government of India is holding logo designing competition for trade mission which is open to individuals and groups.

DU to start 'Delhi school of journalism' from new academic session

Jun 11, 2017

DU is planning to start a 'school for journalism' which will be providing a five-year integrated course in journalism. Additionally, it will also be starting a post-graduate diploma course in cyber security, from this academic session.

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