Environmental Issues & Human Intervention : A Direct Threat to Royals Kingdom- # Save Sunderbans

Introduction Understanding The Mangrove Forests: - Mangroves are the plant-communities occurring in inter-tidal zones along the coasts of subtropical countries and Tropical countries. - Mangrove forests perform multiple ecological functions like production of woody trees, provision for habitat, food and spawning grounds facilities for fin-fish and shellfish, provide provision of habitat for different beautiful and... Continue Reading →

Effects of Poverty on Education in India

Education is one of the primary needs besides the food, shelter and clothing in modern life. The Constitution of India has granted right to live with dignity and honor to every citizen. To ensure this fundamental right the State has been taking several measures. Prominent among them are universalization of compulsory and free primary education... Continue Reading →

Myth’s about CLAT Exam

well , CLAT has lots of myths that you have heard of I hope . But true facts and opinions are also behind this . So it’s up to you , what you will choose to believe .As law students, we are asked to focus on facts. And this article tells you exactly that. So,... Continue Reading →


In this OTT era, and amid COVID-19, the examinations are mainly held online. From classes to exams, everything is conducted online. The education system is currently dependent on internet and applications supporting various multiple choices question and even subjective type. It is a technique first experimented by universities and colleges and now it if even... Continue Reading →


In March 2020, when the nationwide lockdown was announced due to the first wave of Novel Coronavirus infections (also referred to as Covid or Corona), I had come home for a 3-4 day break after my mid semesters at the university. Soon we all came to know that the lockdown had been extended and our... Continue Reading →

Does cramming actually work?

We 've all done it either completely failed to remember that you have an assessment or lingering such a lot of that you wind up in a huge hurry to become familiar with all the new data before your assessment the coming day. At the point when this occurs, packing for assessments hourly truly behaves... Continue Reading →


 In a student’s life, college is the fresh start of life independently. It’s new journey of life that we had to follow all alone without any support. Everyone had dreamt of working hard, focusing on their studies, making new friends, travelling, falling in love throughout their college life. Enjoying our hostel and college life what... Continue Reading →


Unemployment can be defined as a person above a specified age not being in a paid or self-employment but currently available for the work during the reference period. Sometimes, the word ‘unemployment’ is misunderstood as the people who are actively looking for work come under the category unemployed but those who have left their work... Continue Reading →

Now it’s time to drop the concept of reservation quotas

In 1979, the Mandal commission, or the socially and educationally backward classes commission (SEBC) was established in India under prime Minister  Morarji Desai it was headed by B.P Mandal. Dr B.R Ambedkar the lead author author of Indian Construction. According to him legislation doesn't change people that's why he started and did not believe that... Continue Reading →

Why internships are important now a days?

In today's time our economy is changing day by day and with this skills, talent and experience is very importantly needed to be a part of growth cycle. It is important to have actual work experience in a field the students is pursuing graduation or any other degree. Internship is defined as "any official or... Continue Reading →

Online Classes

My online learning experience is totally different than the physical classroom. No doubts online classes are an honest method of teaching. But, I prefer to be in a physical classroom than a web learning environment. As soon as lockdown started in our country, the government had directed that in the lockdown, the teachers should teach... Continue Reading →

Things we need to change in our educational system

Things we need to change in our education system: According to me there are many changes which are mandatory in our education system. From the beginning,5th onwards there is choice of subjects to students that they don’t have any burden on their mind. Study refers to learning which requires fresh mind to have focus. It... Continue Reading →


The basic objective of a democratic state is to reduce inequality and the most appropriate way to remove inequality is by education. Education is process of learning and that process of learning should be according to one’s interest and pace. Basic aim of education is to develop the whole personality of an individual. Meaning of... Continue Reading →


Classroom Environment is quite possibly the main factors that influence understudy learning. An optimal learning homeroom is when understudies see their study halls as good and supportive. It is a space where they have a sense of security and secure. A positive supporting climate is a vital piece of learning. It's anything but a good... Continue Reading →


ENGLISH AND LEGISLATION India is a country in which people living in different parts having their own languages. The regional languages are quite different from one another. Every few kilometers language changes in India. The leaders and the administrators of the country cannot remain in contact with all these regions without a common language. It... Continue Reading →


INTRODUCTION “You can never understand one language until you understand at least two.” – Geoffrey Willans India is a mélange of cultures, traditions, and languages as well. Republic of India has 29 States, 25 high courts and 22 official languages recognized by the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution. . Still there are more languages vying... Continue Reading →

Disadvantages of too much technology-

Disadvantages of too much technology- Now a days technology becomes important part of everyone’s life. I acquired that technology makes some work easy but on the other hand it reduces the work of humans. As we, all know too much use of something can be harmful, Technology has many benefits but use of more technology... Continue Reading →


Gender Discrimination is boundless overall the world and India is no more excellent. Girl's Education has been an extreme issue in India for the past numerous years. For this situation, disparity can be found somehow across all areas of society. girls’ children are the worst victims facing this discrimination. In Kishanganj, one of the most... Continue Reading →

How Mental Illnesses Affect Study

Mental health problems can affect a student's energy level, concentration, dependability, mental ability, and optimism, hindering performance. Many college students report that mental health difficulties interfere with their studies. Mental health problems can affect many areas of students’ lives, reducing their quality of life, academic achievement, physical health, and satisfaction with the college experience, and... Continue Reading →

Free Education to Girls is Injustice to Boys

May be, maybe not.Both of these parts have their own reasons and they are independent of each other. Women education in India is very important for both government and civil societies as educated women can play a very important role in developing nation. It enables them to face the challenges, confront their traditional role and... Continue Reading →

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