Archive for September, 2020

Getting Over Saree Phobia

Thursday, September 24th, 2020

Indians across the globe are recognized for their culture and more specifically the Sarees! Yes, such is the popularity of sarees that people across the globe have shown keen interest in the same. The ever-increasing number of exports is the testimony of its global fame. Sarees are an integral part of our culture and... »

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Why Parents Must Rigorously Examine The Cost Of Private School Fees?

Friday, September 18th, 2020

The rising costs of school fees is a very disturbing topic for parents of school children. One of the wonders of modern urban life is that irrespective of the hike in the salary of parents, the school fee is always more than the pay hike that the parents get. Profit-motive is not allowed for... »

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Does Corporate School Education Help Or Hurt The Indian Society?

Tuesday, September 15th, 2020

Have you ever wondered why education infrastructure is of utmost importance, apart from the fact that education helps to gain knowledge? It is because the function of education isn’t limited to it. Education is what shapes the entire future of a country. The education infrastructure in a country is usually what builds its future... »

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5 Benefits of Wearing Sarees

Monday, September 14th, 2020

India is a country of much diversity, myriad traditions, and a wide range of attires. Even though Hinduism is the largest religion, it accommodates a wide variety of traditions and is comfortable with that variety.  This is very unlike other countries. Every region of India has different traditional attires that symbolize their culture, heritage,... »

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Petty Hyderabadi Billionaires – Lack Of Affordable Private Schools in Cyberabad

Friday, September 11th, 2020

There are several Hyderabadi billionaires, few are 1st generation or many of those are fading 1st generation no longer in their youth. Rest of the billionaires are inheritors of their parents’ legacy. Whether they are 1st generation or second, what is similar to all these billionaires is their lack of social service. Their social... »

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Commercialization Of School Education – Growth Of Corporate Schools

Friday, September 11th, 2020

The importance of proper education for children can never be overstated. It is the responsibility of the government that the school education is provided at minimal cost, if not free. Even in extremely capitalist countries such as the USA, no school fees are charged for schools up to 10+2 grade. »

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Expect Permanent Changes In Indian Cities after Coronavirus Pandemic

Tuesday, September 1st, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to sweeping changes in all facets of human life in India. While we are talking here about Hyderabad City in South India, the situation is the same across all major cities.   »

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