The Must-Have Subjects in School Education

The Must-Have Subjects in School Education

Blog, Education, Life, Relationship
7 Life skills that must be mandatory school subjects. During the early ’90s, school selection was typically dependent on the fee structure and the distance between the school and the home. Today, the schools are selected depending on the syllabus offered. During my schooling, I remember knowing only two syllabus – state board and CBSE board. Thanks to my niece and nephews, I am aware of the different syllabus offered such as CBSE, ICSE, IBO, IG, etc. (Apologies, I have zero knowledge about the differences between these syllabi even now). Even after giving the international standards of education, our current education system lacks in grooming the children in general aspects of life.   Mandatory Subjects in School At times when I used to struggle with subjects, I used to wonder…
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The Magic Masala of Life

The Magic Masala of Life

Blog, Education
[caption id="attachment_973" align="alignleft" width="300"] Magic Masala of Life[/caption] Do you know what magic that the hundreds of masala powder (any powder) add to a dish? It adds fragrance, flavor, and finesse to a food. It gives a shape and sense to a dish. A normal home comfort food becomes a fine dining experience in itself. That’s the power of masala in a food. Likewise, do you what is the Magic Masala of Life? Do you know you have it in you? Yes, it is in your hands. It’s in you. Keep guessing. Keep thinking. This is one of the Magic Masala, which you cannot miss using it in the recipe of your life. As I browse my history of saved bookmarks, an article about education popped up. The blog spoke…
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Glory to My Gurus

Blog, Education, Relationship
Muddled in the thoughts of life, career, family, relationships, etc., abruptly, it strikes me that, it’s been a while, that I went for a nice long walk alone. Plugging the headphones, I push myself out of the house to get some fresh air and rejuvenate myself with some positivity. As I keep walking, I see a small boy (Looked like he must be studying 6th or 7th standard), getting down from his school bus. As soon as he sees his mother, he starts crying. (He was actually smiling till he saw his mother). The mother and the son had the following conversation: Mother: What happened? Why are you crying? Did anyone say anything to you? Son: My Math Miss scolded me in front of the whole class. Mother: Oh. It’s…
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