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Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya

Here in India Engineers Day is celebrated on 15th September every year to honor Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya (1860-1965), an eminent Indian engineer who had built many dams across the country. His contributions and job par excellence is evident from the ... Read More »

Craze Of Going Abroad

Craze Of Going Abroad

Indian students now prefer to go abroad for higher studies. A number of reasons support this craze of young generation. As soon as one gets into secondary stage of study starts thinking about going abroad for higher studies. Now even ... Read More »

IIMs Change And Revamp Their Selection Criteria

After all the hullaboo over the Common Admission Test (CAT) going online some of the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) have decided to go revamp their procedure for selecting candidates, reducing the weightage for the CAT score. For instance, IIM-Kozhikode ... Read More »

The Background Of Ragging

A lot of stress has been given and in fact substantial efforts have also been taken to curb the savage phenomenon of ragging in all educational campuses of India. Basically the word “ragging” has been used in different parts of ... Read More »

Education System In India

Needless to say that India has made a huge progress in field of education. Our education has a history stretching back to ancient period when Nalanda University was the oldest university system in the world. In the last decades we ... Read More »

International Baccalaureate – Different Approach To Education

The International Baccalaureate (IB), formerly the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO), is an international educational foundation headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. The International Baccalaureate (IB) offers high quality programmes of international education to a worldwide community of schools. There are more than ... Read More »

KISS – A Home For Tribal Children

Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences popularly known as KISS was started on 1st April 1993 at Bhubaneswar, Orissa by a team of social minded people headed by Dr. Achyuta Samanta with a mission and vision to unfold the talents within ... Read More »

Uses Of A Public Library

A public library is an institution which maintains a large collection of books, newspapers and magazines for the use of general public. Thus, a library is a rich treasure house of knowledge. A little leisure spent in it, profits us ... Read More »

MBA Degree – Not An Easy One

Our country is very different from most developed countries. Here, as soon as students step out of graduation, they leap into an MBA (or some other post graduation course, but we are not talking about those here). Their counterparts from ... Read More »

Co-education In India

Co-education stands for the system in which boys and girls receive education jointly. The basic premise behind this system is that men and women have to spend their lives in each other’s company. So, it is better to give the ... Read More »

Indian Readers and a Penchant for Campus Novels

Novel readership in India is on an all-time high in the present times. The circulation of novels is gradually increasing by leaps and bounds across the length and breadth of the country. The major credit of this remarkable inclination towards ... Read More »

Give me some sunshine, give me some rain

The writers of the song from the movie ‘3 Idiots’ got their idea across in a very musical, yet tender way. The song describes the secret longings of students, who are facing an identity crisis in their late teens. They ... Read More »

The Problem of Student Unrest

The student community signifies bubbling youth. The irresistible youth is restless today, seeking recognition and understanding. Students are the hope of tomorrow and yet, student unrest is a global phenomenon of today. One has grown accustomed to strikes, boycott of ... Read More »