Education and Success: Is there a correlation?

Education is the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university. While success is the accomplishment of an aim or purpose. We all have heard, ”Education is the key to success”. Education is important and we cannot deny this fact. It is the process of facilitating learning. This may helpContinue reading “Education and Success: Is there a correlation?”

Success stories without education

There are many success stories that had been ideal without formal education. One of the greatest examples is Steven Paul Jobs popularly known as Steve Jobs, co-founder of one of the most demanding and popular MNC- Apple, a great activist, and successful entrepreneur. He dropped out of Reed after just one semester but created theContinue reading “Success stories without education”

Environment to be saved

Environment and development are two sides of the same coin. Surely taking care of millions of people who are starving is more important than saving natural resources. But the situation arises with a question, “How will you even take care if there aren’t any resources left?” Humans have already wasted and destroyed vast amounts ofContinue reading “Environment to be saved”

Hungry kids of a rich country

India is the 6th wealthiest country in the world with about 119  billionaires,20,730 multi-millionaires and 3.3 lakh HNWIs (high-net-worth individuals). Yet one of the major problems surviving till date in India is poverty, hunger and malnutrition. The country has faced many famines and lost many citizens. The country has faced many ups and downs sinceContinue reading “Hungry kids of a rich country”

MENTAL HEALTH : Not so serious in India?

A problem most of the young people face is mental issues commonly termed as anxiety, mood swings, depression and many such names. We believe that every human brain is the same and works similarly. It might be true but the way of perceiving your problem and accepting the situation differs in one person and another.Continue reading “MENTAL HEALTH : Not so serious in India?”

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