Diwali or Deepavali is undoubtedly one of the most loved and celebrated festivals across India. We all know that this festival marks the return of Lord Shri Rama to Ayodhya after completing 14 years of exile. But do you know some other mythological legends associated with this grand old festival? Let’s take a closer look: When Krishna Destroyed Narakasur Narakasur, the evil king, ruled the kingdom of Pragjyotisha with a reign of terror and was dreaded by his subjects and…
When speaking of education, until the 00’s, the model was pretty straight forward – a teacher leading the education process in a classroom of students. Physical presence was a must to deliver & acquire knowledge. Any other format of learning was questionable at best. Post the computer evolution & technological…

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Did you know, e-learning consumes 90% less energy than the traditional classroom courses since it doesn’t require travel or paper documentation? Though ecology isn’t the point of debate today, but it always feels good to contribute to a great cause. Well, back to e-learning that’s creating ripples across the industry…

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Every year, the World Health Organization observes World Mental Health Day on 10th October with an aim to increase awareness about the significance of maintaining mental health, especially among youngsters. This year, the theme for the day is “Young People and Mental Health in a Changing World.” Teenagers and early…

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If one had to pick up the dictionary and figure out the definition of e-learning, here is what it would read, ‘learning conducted using electronic media, typically the Internet.’ However, this definition does not capture the entire dynamic landscape that e-learning has become today. It’s not just learning on the…

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