At this juncture of progress and prosperity in the world, there is hardly any scope to adhere to stereotyped ideas in respect of technology, techniques, systems and procedures. The bottom line is to survive on global competition with all-round innovation, incubation and inclusion. Knowledge management has a major role in this. Here, this book by A.B. Kar captures the relevance.
Teaching is a very giving profession but can get stressful at times with deadlines, workloads and assessment work. If all that stress is kept bottled up, it can come out in unhealthy ways like angry outbursts, dizziness, chronic headaches, body aches, poor appetite, irritability, etc.
The terms ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ are used symmetrically only as a matter of form, as on legal papers. But in reality the relation between the two sexes is not quite as that of two electrical poles. As Simone de Beauvoir stated, ‘Man represents both the positive and neutral’, whereas ‘woman represents only the negative, defined by limiting criteria, without reciprocity’. This division between masculinity and femininity becomes more severe in the context of Indian culture. India, often portrayed as the land of ‘devis’, is a country which is ironically unsafe for its women.
Did You Know series are four books which explain several interesting facts around us that normally go unnoticed but have a bearing on our day-to-day life. We had a chance to interview the authors of these series – Dr. Chinmoy Kumar Ghosh and Dr. Moumita Das. Here are a few excerpts from our conversation with them.
In this digital-savvy universe, young minds represent the world of professionalism. Everyone is in a rush to climb the ladder of victory. But only a few know that to reach the end of the road to success you don’t need to run but walk with an intelligent mind. Mukhopadhyay Suvasish, Indian author and civil engineer unearths... Continue Reading →
Born to a kathak dancer and Sanskrit scholar father, Sitara Devi had the art of dancing running in her blood. She was a legendary dancer, described by Rabindranath Tagore as ‘Nritya Samragini’ at an early age of sixteen. She was born in Kolkata on 8 November 1920, on the day of Dhanteras, which marks the... Continue Reading →
“Chase Your Dreams” a workshop for the students of St. Theresa Sr. Sec. School, Bhopal was organised by Viva Education and conducted by Dr. Lila Simon (Career Counsellor)
GRAND FINALE!! Viva Education in association with Bhashyam group organised the grand finale of GK Quiz competition in Hyderabad held on 17 November. Renowned quizzer Mr. Amir Mehboob's awesome quizzing made it a success. Our heartiest congratulations to all the winners.
Viva Education organized a workshop on "Enhancement in Science Teaching" conducted by Dr. SK Jain and Dr. Shailesh K Jain, held in Middleton Chamber, Kolkata. The workshop was held for science teachers of ISCE and CBSE board, around 160 teachers from 75 schools in Kolkata and near-by areas attended the workshop. Content shared in the workshop was... Continue Reading →