Archive for the Education Category

The higher education system all over the world is now exploding with various options hitherto unheard of. In the globalized era, new career opportunities have emerged and as a result of it, new academic options in these new disciplines have also come up. This section named EDUCATION, aims to bring to you as much information on these new opportunities as possible to help you guide your children in choosing the right career in their life.


Taming the Math Monster - Part 2

Taming the Math Monster – Part 2
Posted on: August 7, 2015

After analyzing the various reasons, it becomes clear that a host of ‘small’ reasons add up to create Math phobia. Furthermore, the solution lies in overhauling the curriculum, teaching methodology and teacher training methods, which would consciously make teaching math more enjoyable and meaningful.

Taming the Math Monster - Part 1

Taming the Math Monster – Part 1
Posted on: August 6, 2015

Is this fear and hatred justified? Is Math a demon to be feared? An insurmountable mountain of trouble? One thing is for sure: love it or hate it, you have to live with it. So we might as well try to deal with the hatred and overcome the fear. And for that, we first need to understand the reasons behind it.

Tailor-made learning: Fantasy or Reality?

Tailor-made learning: Fantasy or Reality?
Posted on: July 29, 2015

“Who says everybody has to look alike… Even think alike?” asked the jingle of a carbonated drink in the good-old Doordarshan-only days. The question has more stuff than fizz, if you delve into it. Think about it: ‘Being different’ is perceived as both desirable and disadvantageous.

Curiosity: Why it is extremely important and how to nurture it

Curiosity: Why it is extremely important and how to nurture it
Posted on: April 3, 2015

This is part of an ongoing series of articles on key character traits that help children succeed
“My curiosity would infuriate my parents, that I wouldn’t believe them when they said something, cause I’d ask them [...]

5 Ways You Can Develop GRIT in Your child

5 Ways You Can Develop GRIT in Your child
Posted on: March 21, 2015

Does your child start an activity and see it through?
Or does she stop mid-way and give up?
Is your child afraid of failure?
Or does he learn from his mistakes and move on?
What is the differentiating factor [...]

Caution! Air Pollution affects Brain Development in Children

Caution! Air Pollution affects Brain Development in Children
Posted on: March 18, 2015

Air pollution is that invisible yet very solid and very much alive killer which slowly poisons any living being that inhales polluted air and dust. This killer is ubiquitous majorly as residential and industrial construction [...]

What can a Mentor do for your child?

What can a Mentor do for your child?
Posted on: March 14, 2015

A mentor is someone who takes an active interest in advancing your development through guidance, shared experience and expertise.

Character Traits: How some students achieve more

Character Traits: How some students achieve more
Posted on: March 6, 2015

What makes children tick?
Why are some kids more successful than others in their academic pursuits?
Are there reasons that contribute to their success?
What are these reasons?
Can every kid achieve their goals
if they set their mind on [...]

How the Smartphone H'app'ened: Part 3 - A Journey through History

How the Smartphone H’app’ened: Part 3 – A Journey through History
Posted on: March 5, 2015

In 1986, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) increased radio frequency to a 43-50 MHz range as the first step to reduce interference and improve sound quality, but did not resolve eavesdropping on communications.

How the Smartphone H'app'ened: Part 2 - A Journey through History

How the Smartphone H’app’ened: Part 2 – A Journey through History
Posted on: February 27, 2015

Serbian-American inventor Nikolas Tesla (1856–1943) first proposed the idea that radio waves—the key operating factor of wireless telegraphy—could be used for communication of information.

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