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Day: August 14, 2020

The Biggest Stuff Is to Make People Laugh

Beat the Challenges of A Stand Up Comedian American humorist and writer Mark Twain has rightly quoted- “Humanity has unquestionably one really effective weapon -laughter” and what could possibly be more of an example of passion and vocation merging into one than using your gift of humour to earn your daily bread. Choosing the profession […]Read More

New Backpackers Destination: Kasol is the new Goa for the

For a long time, Goa had been the most happening spot for the young. Goa spelt adventure, secret and of times forbidden. The eternal scare for parents as it became a vogue for every child to approach with a proposition of a Goa visit after crossing the last threshold of formal schooling. Times have changed […]Read More

OTT Platforms Target Young Adults

New and different content on OTT platforms targets a generation of more mature and sensible young adults. OTTs are emerging today as the new visual platform for entertainment, at times even educational for today’s youngsters. The function that television served for kids back in the 90’s or even early 2000s has been taken over by […]Read More

Giving Up is not an Option!!!!

Editor’s Desk Communication is basic to our existence. Not being able to communicate means depriving our innate system of its intrinsic desires; it means depriving ourselves of our right to social and emotional survival. Survival is not just physical and political; social survival and emotional survival are as much important in making our lives complete […]Read More

Addressing Serious Complaints in the Classroom

Not all complaints are vocal. Not all complaints are innocuous. There can be serious issues like physical or cyber bullying, sexual abuse, verbal abuse etc. which a child or teenager might be going through at school or at home, about which he might or might not complain because of his lack of awareness, fear, insecurity, […]Read More

Scarves add flavour to a girl’s wardrobe

Scarves are a big addition to the wardrobes of women, especially the college and university going bunch. They add a special twist to the smartness quotient and are a big fashion boost to the personality you present through your choice of clothing. Nowadays, scarves are not limited to covering the neck mainly as winter-wear in […]Read More

Vet Science, A Unique Discipline

By, Anindita Basu Part 1 of 2 For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a veterinarian. I have loved animals from a very young age and every street dog I would come across instantly became my best friend. And when I learned what a vet was, I knew that is […]Read More

New norms for architectural education released by COA

The Council of Architecture released the new norms for architectural education on their website stating that B. Arch students can exit the program after three years and get the ‘appropriate degree’. This is stipulated as the ‘ Minimum Standard of Architectural Education’. The new set of rules and regulations have introduced a choice based credit […]Read More

Decision to scrap exams void, UGC tells SC

The University Grants Commission told the Supreme Court on Thursday that the decision taken by the states of Maharashtra and Delhi regarding scrapping of final examinations in universities would be void since they negate UGC rules and guidelines. The UGC said that the decision to cancel exams due to pandemic was void ab initio, i.e […]Read More

Top 10 Private Law Colleges in India

Let’s take a look at some of the top ranking private law colleges.These institutes conduct their own law entrance exams Shyam School of Law Affiliated to the Shyam University, Rajasthan, this is one of the top private law schools in the country. Placement records are at a 8 out of 10 ranking. The University was […]Read More