I was writing a reflection piece for English on a memory that I could recollect and thought of sharing that piece with you all.
Some of the bloggers know that I have a scar, but I want to make it official here along with a complete story of how I got it 📈
There is a life lesson I learned from this story, so make sure to read until the end so that you know what it is!!!
Continue reading “How I Got My Scar??? (Nothing To Do With Disney)”
After a huge struggle to host the final exams in India, the results for the CBSE Examinations was released yesterday. Although the merit list hasn’t been announced to the public, they made notice of a student who scored an astonishing full score on all the exams.
Read More to learn about this student and the journey that he took in order to achieve this outstanding feat.
As a student myself, I feel that the points covered in this blog should be shared with ALL students out there that are currently participating in virtual classes.
Although some of these points may seem straightforward, I feel that these fundamental ideas are the ones that break the study habits of students during these tough times.
Although schools and colleges in India has been closed, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister gave some great news for 10th graders where the state cancelled their exams due to this health crisis. Just a few hours ago, national rankings of colleges all over India has been released where some of them have also been spotted on the global rankings list. Read more to learn about the rankings of Tamil Nadu colleges in the national list.
Sundar Pichai, a man who came from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, became the CEO of Alphabet last year. Today, June 10, the Indian-American business executive is turning 48 years old where we will be looking at 11 things from his lifetime experiences that inspired him to become what he is today. Read more to learn about the short history of how Sundar Pichai grew to this position and some of his lessons that he has shared with the world.
Out of the many struggles and new challenges that are being faced by the Indian people due to the curfew from the coronavirus, I covered some of the issues that banks in India are facing. Today, I will be covering some of the issues with education and how the school system will be affected due to this lockdown. Read more to learn about how many parts of the education will change in India as a result of the health crisis.
If you read our last blog on Coronavirus: What Happened to Final Exams in India? (Part 2), we discussed how the final exams for 10th graders have been finally given a date for exams. However, we finished up by stating that the leader of the opposition party, DMK leader MK Stalin filed a petition in the Madras High Court in order to postpone the exams. Read more about the initiatives taken by the opposition party and how the petition affected the exams.
If you read our blog [Coronavirus: What Happened to Final Exams in India? (Part 1)] from a few weeks back about the decision on final exams in India, the Indian Government previously stated that those exams will be held sometime during the next academic school year. However, read about what the Tamil Nadu Government has stated on the 10th grade exams and the exact dates of when those students will be taking them.
The University Grants Committee has recommended that the coming academic year may start in September instead of July. The coronavirus has spread and dominated over 209 countries, including India where many large cities have reached the red zone due to many new cases appearing all over the country. The Janet curfew has been issued across India till May 3rd to control the coronavirus. As a precaution, all educational institutions in India have been closed since March 16th. Also, the general exams at schools and colleges have been postponed.