The inspiration for this book is a not-so-well-known essay by the great Alasdair MacIntyre in which he tinkered with the idea that there cannot be any political thought, theory or philosophy which does not take into consideration the idea of God in some sense or the other.
The corona pandemic has played havoc in the lives of everyone. It has destroyed economies, stopped people from socialising and engulfed everyone with the dread of catching the virus. Students have been heavily impacted by Corona. Months of lockdown have led the schools to launch online classes instead of physical classes to keep the virus at bay. Loss of actual study days has forced all boards to reduce the syllabus.
According to UNESCO, 12.8% of the world’s student population and 23 countries have been affected by the closing of schools. The pandemic has disrupted various sectors in India, including the education sector. In a measure to restrict the spread of the virus, the government has shut down schools, colleges, and universities all over India. Reportedly,... Continue Reading →
In this candid autobiographical work, industrialist, philanthropist and writer Kochouseph Chittilappilly reflects on the events and experiences that touched him and became the driving force of his thoughts, actions and philosophy of life. A Journey towards Hope is organized into two parts. The first part begins with the author’s train journey to Thiruvananthapuram in search of a... Continue Reading →
Most people and businesses have tie-ups or negotiations with other businesses abroad to expand their profits and it becomes imperative to assimilate with the different cultures that the host countries offer. Knowing how to greet the host country’s counterparts, negotiate with them, break bread with them and understand their unique set of customs may be a challenge but once understood, it is a cakewalk in consolidating relations.
In the midst of all this, education suffered the most. Schools, colleges and education institutions opted for online classes, which is still a very new concept to most of us and not very much embedded in our culture, like the west. This whole situation has pushed our education system one step ahead.
Today social media is used by members of every generation. We can go hours scrolling on our phones without realising how quickly time flies. It is now a common sight in public transport to see everyone immersed in their phones – and those who are not active on their own phones are busy checking out someone else’s screen! Being socially active is in vogue these days and you can easily be considered an outcast if you are not up to date with the latest meme or troll.
Board Exams – the word itself creates a lot of stress in the minds of the students appearing for it as well as for their parents.
Board exams are a big deal for the students and have always been the pressure to perform well in these exams make them anxious.
Here are a few tips on managing stress while studying or doing revision for exams. These tips will not only helpful for board exams but following these tips, in the long run, will also help you study better for your competitive or university exams.
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Writing is an inescapable activity; you need to write different things at different stages of your life: assignments, theses, notes, invitations, business letters, business emails, projects, presentations, even chatting. Everything requires you to write effectively with the intent to communicate clearly and impress.
This blog will help you in improving your writing skills. Whether you have difficulty in writing assignments or feel nervous before sending emails, this article will guide you on how you can make your writing more constructive. The important thing is to write, whether the text is good, bad, short or long.