Now the examination of the 10th standard is over and students are breathing relief. But as we know that this vacation is no ordinary summer vacation. The most crucial time it is: deciding the stream for 11th and 12th standard and choosing the best schools for the career-making two years. BIG TASK for parents too! … More Think twice before running after branded schools
I genuinely hate the time between 11 to 1 regardless am and pm. When I was a student, we were called owls as we used to study till late in the night. People always advise studying early in the morning as our minds are fresh. But I have hardly experienced that freshness filtered from the … More Why it messes up with me?
My nephew is a bright student. He stood school first last year. But unlike many, we chose not to showcase his mark sheet as a proof of his excellence. His school has started. Today was his second day when I had to say the above line. No, he is not a swagger. In fact, he … More “You are just a student,” I said.
Time is an avid Traveller. It doesn’t stay. It comes and goes. But in between, it does something that may change you or your life; it teaches. It expects you to do the same as well; welcome it, learn from it and if it goes, let it go because you can never hold it; you … More Time, an avid Traveller!
Each of us has idols or role models in life to look up to. We admire them in life. We tend to learn things from them; how to be successful or how to be a good leader or how to be a good human. The last line makes more sense than other, doesn’t it? For … More Lesson from the people who triumph
Have you ever heard about writing your own destiny? Wait. If you are going to say that you have heard it in some movie, then stop there right now. Because it is something which is more than a script or fiction. I am talking about deciding your own happiness and scribble those moments of happiness … More Who does write his own destiny?
“Papa, Mummy, are you lucky parents?” I asked. They were confused initially by my sudden question but answered, “Yes.” “Why?” I asked again. My father laughed as I usually crack statements every now and then, and then answered, “We have got such wonderful children.” But I could still sniff the humour. My mother showed enough … More “Papa, Mummy, are you lucky parents?”
The restaurant was full of people. It was the lunch hour. Esha was sitting with her colleagues. She was the project manager. They were supposed to meet a client there. It was a very usual scenario; to meet the clients at expensive restaurants. Esha was one of the most particular heads at the office. She … More Your own stolen time
‘A HERO’, what is the first thought that comes to your mind as soon as you hear this word? A HERO need not be the person who acts in front of a camera or who dances well or who is handsome and dashing. Our REAL HEROES are the soldiers of THE INDIAN ARMY. ‘Surprised’ with … More Real Heros – by Meha Dave