“We believe when we see; We learn when we do…”. Our ancestors had handed over the planet Earth to us, so cool and green. We are polluting the environment—sometimes intentionally, sometimes ignorantly. Pollution is one of the current evils brought about by the growth of science and technology. It harms the health and well being […]

Withdrawal of Provisions of Article 370 and Article 35A

India is the biggest democracy of the world. A democracy is known for its multiculturalism, multidimensional approach, compromise and accommodation. A democracy’s most important feature is equality embedded with justice. Unlike all these terms which are used coterminously with democracy one feature is not considered that important—unpredictability. A communist and autocratic government works in a […]


Vocational education is the skill based training provided to students through diverse courses available in several fields such as health care, banking and finance, computer technology, trade, tourism and so on. The education imparted to the students focuses more on providing manual training and giving more practical exposure. Every industry or company today is looking […]


It took India 82 years to transit from an opaque system of governance, legitimised by the colonial Official Secrets Act, to one where citizens can demand the right to information. The enactment of the Right to Information Act 2005 marked a significant shift for Indian democracy, for, the greater the access to information, the greater […]


“Work and worship are necessary to take away the veil, to lift off the bondage and illusion.”                                       —Swami Vivekananda We cannot survive without work. We may enjoy a couple of days without work being free of all duties and responsibilities but we feel disoriented thereafter. If workless period continues much longer, we feel bored and […]


It goes without saying that social media has revolutionised all walks of life today. No other platform is engaging people to share their ideas as much as social media does. People irrespective of their schools and affiliations are agog to express their views on any issue across the globe with a single click. It has […]

Round Table Conferences And After

First Round Table Conference (Nov. 12, 1930 to Jan. 19, 1931) In the wake of the ruthless suppression of the snowballing Civil Disobedience Movement, the British Government summoned in London, on November 12, 1930, the First Round Table Conference of Indian leaders and the spokesmen of the British Government to discuss the Simon Commission Report. […]


“Sapnon ki apni dukaan; Find it, love it, buy it”,these are some of the taglines of leading online shopping firms that describe the ever growing online shopping industry. Online shopping is a B2C component of e-commerce industry which allows customers to buy products online and get it delivered at their doorstep by a delivery partner. […]

MAHATMA GANDHI – Father Of The Nation

On Bapu’s sesquicentennial anniversary, the curriculum ‘Nai Talim’ advocated by him must get respectable place in the National Education Policy. In his own words, “…Only everyhandicraft has to be taught not merely mechanically as is done today, but scientifically i.e. the child should know the why and wherefore of every process….”His new system of vocational […]

Indian National Movement

Basic Principles Secularism The Constitution aims to establish a secular State. The concept of secular State, envisaged by the Constitution, is that the State will not make any discrimination whatsoever on the grounds of religion, caste or community against any person professing any particular form of religious faith. No particular religion will be identified as […]


Majority of us are aware of the term “corruption” as it is frequently used in daily parlance. What is corruption? Different pictures emerge in our mind.  The most plausible reference to the nature of corruption could be assessed in the words of Joe Bidden, 47th Vice President of the United States of America, “Corruption is […]

A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever

The phrase is the opening line of the John Keats’s poem—Endymion. The gist of the famous poem can be interpreted in various ways. The sense of beauty and its display which continues to expand is considered eternal and hence utopian in nature—the symbolic emblem. It is ubiquitous but intangible—very soft and dynamic. Oh, it is […]