Do you remember the days when your parent used to narrate a story to you from your favourite book? The captivating tales and poems would take you to your own world of fiction and imagination. The beauty of words made our childhood so much fun. Books have been a part of human lives for a... Continue Reading →
In today’s fast-paced world, people are racing towards competition rather than perfection. Human minds have been replaced by Google. Screens have taken the place of books. People tend to focus on earning money while risking their health, filling their pockets with pressure and anxiety. M.K. Gandhi rightly said ‘It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.’
An effort in mediating Islam and modernity, and reconciling traditionalism with modernism, this book—building on, and blending, the scholarship of past and present—brings together some major themes and issues of diverse nature (from educational and religious to political and contemporary issues) as propounded and promoted by Sir Sayyid Ahmad Khan, Muhammad Iqbal, and Abul Kalam Azad—the three pioneering and prominent South Asian modernist/reformist thinkers—within the broader context, and reveals their contemporary relevance.
Exam jitters often cause students a lot of stress. The trick is to be prepared in advance and organize subject-wise revisions at regular intervals. Correct note making, revision and learning the right attempt to deal with the question papers instill dollops of confidence in the students.
Exams frighten almost everyone. Fear of failure (and even fear of success) can affect even the ablest students, sometimes leaving them unable to get started.
Did you know that every year around 20 percent of India’s population suffers from minor or major Diwali related accidents? Thousands of patients visit emergency clinics every year during Diwali. Despite the many efforts on behalf of the government, not a year goes by that our country does not see any Diwali related accidents.
Jawaharlal Nehru called Mahatma Gandhi the eternal beacon which led India towards independence. In his famous speech after the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi on 30 January 1948, Nehru said, ‘The light has gone out of our lives and there is darkness everywhere’. Indeed, there was darkness all around when this great leader left the nation.... Continue Reading →
We all wish to end up in a job which we are passionate about and love. To be the candidate for the company of one’s choice, one needs to prepare objectively and earnestly. One needs to put one’s best foot forward in an interview, be at the politest and most sober self. Here are some areas we need to polish while acing the job search process.
A teacher is one who builds us in the true sense of the term. A teacher is a power which brings out our power. Teachers are synonymous with education. Educators enliven the textbooks and spread the light of knowledge. 5th September is the day when we acknowledge the efforts of a person who believes in giving.