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Posts published in January 2016

How to beat the exams blues: Solutions of NCERT Books

Sumit Nagpal 0

Examinations are a much-debated topic amongst the academic circles and opinions are divided on the ideal type of assessment that one should have at the school level. There are countries…

The Free Falling Misconception

Princy P. John 1

  Do bodies with different masses when dropped from a height in free space, reach the earth at different times depending on their weight? Well, do heavier bodies actually fall…

The Smell of Rain

Daksha Shah 0

 The weather is grey and your mood is blue.  It starts to rain. You step outside in the first downpour of the season, after a long dry spell: the sweet,…

Knowing the Hydrogen Bomb

Rahul Kumar 0

    Recently North Korea created an international buzz by announcing that it had successfully tested a Hydrogen bomb. For the common man, it was just ‘a bomb’. But do…

Guaranteed No Stress: CBSE TEXTBOOK SOLUTIONS

Sumit Nagpal 0

With the exam time approaching, the stress levels among the students reach a whole new level. The common difficulties faced by the students is effective time management, and coping with…

The Digital revolution | CBSE NCERT Solutions Online

Princy P. John 0

Many years back, Star Trek (the original) told us that ‘space is the final frontier’. Today living in the 21st century, we exist in a world devoid of any frontiers. Most…

NCERT solutions for examinations

Nitesh Mittal 0

Examinations are certainly no cakewalk. With the boards round the corner, there is a lot of buzz in the student community on how to bring out the best in each…

Communicating Without Words

Abir Basak 0

Actions speak louder than words!! While we communicate with other individuals, we are sending out messages all the time. Apart from conveying our thoughts verbally, we also communicate in various other ways. We seldom realize…

The Colour of Blood

Daksha Shah 1

What’s the colour of blood? Is your answer Red? Well, red is not the only blood colour available – there is a whole rainbow out there. Blood also comes in…

Technology in Education

Abir Basak 0

Technology is moving at a faster pace than it has ever before in history. We have reached a situation where obsolescence is being built into the products. If you look…

An analysis of Bihar electoral outcome

Nirbhay Dubey 0

Bihar assembly election was perceived as the mother of all elections where for the first time, foes turned friends.  Nitish Kumar embraced arch rival Laloo Yadav to defeat the ruling…

The Physics of Tsunamis

Princy P. John 0

Yes! The rebels are none other than Tsunami. Utter the word ‘Tsunami’, and one tends to go back down the memory lane of 26th December, 2004 that devastated the shores…

Black Hole of the Eye

Daksha Shah 0

Confused? The black hole we are talking about is called the Blind Spot. You are blind at one spot in both of your eyes. This so-called blind spot is actually…

Alternative Learning – The Montessori way

Sumit Nagpal 0

Maria Montessori, was a part of what is known as the cognitive-development movement. Her work as a doctor and scientist set the stage for her theories on “planes of development”…

Russian Age: Middle East Entangle

Nirbhay Dubey 0

Russia-The Global Protector Russia, officially known as The Russian Federation is the successor state of USSR. It is also the largest country in the world, having approximately one-eighth of inhabited…

Making Learning Fun

Abir Basak 0

As students, we all know that there are some topics that need to be understood – the conceptual kinds, and some just to be memorized. For some, memorizing is a…

End of Road for Batteries?

Princy P. John 0

Sitting in 2016 if one tends to reminisce two decades, one realizes that technology has made a significant breakthrough in every field. Computers that were 486 and Pentium based, now…