Elections in India – What can be done ?

Elections are the backbone of any healthy democracy. They help in ensuring that the people’s will is represented through the parliament of their country as the people choose their own representatives to carry out the most important tasks of the country such as law making, formation of governments, allocation of funds etc. Elections are held... Continue Reading →

Advantages and Disadvantages of Online Classes

Introduction Now a day's everyone knows about online classes due to covid–19 pandemic. An online class is a course conducted over the Internet. They are generally conducted through a learning management system, in which students can view their course syllabus and academic progress, as well as communicate with fellow students and their course instructor. From... Continue Reading →

Oxygen Crisis: The Drawback

OXYGEN CRISIS : THE DRAWBACK As the recent headlines "Shortage of oxygen killed them and not COVID-19 entirely" grab our attention on the sudden note of ongoing oxygen crisis with the hike in patients demanding for Liquid medical oxygen (LMO). Let's analyse first what LMO means and why our Country is facing oxygen crisis when all the... Continue Reading →

Power of Writs under Indian Constitution

The Supreme Court of India has been acknowledged as the “Guardian” of Indian Constitution and this legacy has been endowed to it because of the power of writs bequeathed with it and the High Courts. A Writ fundamentally means “a command” given by the court of law to people of all the levels in the... Continue Reading →

Merits and Demerits of Online Classes

The global corona virus pandemic has been an encumbering factor for the education systems across the world. It forced the governments to impose lockdowns and curfews in order to prevent further transmission of the virus. It was at this time that the concept of ‘online classes’ was considered educational boards and institutions at large. The... Continue Reading →

Healthcare: Priviledge or Basic Right

“Disease, sickness, and old age touch every family. Tragedy doesn't ask who you voted forHealthcare is a basic human right”Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren Healthcare is a basic human right that obliges the government to provide affordable and accessible healthcare to everybody. Giving reasonable medical care is one of the approaches to advance government assistance It... Continue Reading →

Analysing the Pros and Cons of Online Classes

Introduction Prior to Covid-19, Online learning was an existing method. Byju’s, Khan Academy, Unacademy had been useful then and now it is used now more than ever. These apps were helpful because children should not miss out on content taught in school if they were absent or didn’t understand a certain topic in class. Since... Continue Reading →

Healthcare – A fundamental right in India?

Fundamental Rights  Fundamental Rights in India cover a variety of topics such as equality, freedom, rights against exploitation, right to freedom of religion, cultural and educational rights and right to constitutional remedies. The right to privacy is a new right which is given to citizens as a measure to protect their data and personal security.... Continue Reading →

Shortcomings of the Indian Education System

In the Vedic ages, the “Gurus” (teachers) used to gather students who would stay with him and learn the ways of life and gain practical knowledge. The teacher used to train his pupils to acquire various skills that he would use in his daily life. In the current scenario, teachers teach students virtually via video... Continue Reading →

Indian Education System and its Loopholes

 Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will spend its whole life believing that it is stupid.” Albert Einstein Education, the first and foremost priority considered by a society to be recieved by an individual for the one to be looked upto as CAPABLE... Continue Reading →

Bugs of Indian Education System

       Education has the crucial role to play in the development of a person individually and subsequently the entire nation. Though the history of Indian Education System has some major achievements to exhibit but it has been receiving some flak from the world in recent days , those can’t be neglected that we are quite... Continue Reading →

Online Classes – the only Viable option during Pandemic

ONLINE CLASSES – THE ONLY VIABLE OPTION In 2019 December, Zoom Meetings had around 10 million users. By April 2020, the number of users had risen up to 300 million. The covid-19 pandemic has made offline classes nearly impossible because after the discovery that the coronavirus is airborne, it is not practically wise to conduct... Continue Reading →

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