Pro Tip: Always do your best. Enjoy expressing yourself and taking action without fear. When you do your best, you enjoy the process and life fully
Are you hiding behind social media filters too? The Coach tells us how that’s harmful to our mental health and overall well-being
When you come to the poor, nutritious food should start from expecting mothers and growing children up to age 10 and above and need not necessarily be linked to schooling
Many acronyms and abbreviations have become a part of our vocabulary. The most widely used acronym now is COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019)
How can you mentally prepare yourself to reenter the classroom while the world still faces an unprecedented pandemic of global proportions? A Clinical Psychologist weighs in
Donald Trump on Twitter is known for throwing tantrums and being temperamental. This tantrum-y behaviour of his has a word of its own now — Tantrump. And here's what its all about, folks
Here's the columnist Pro Tip for you: When you use words impeccably, you create magic with them. Use words for your good, to create what you desire. Stop using them against yourself or others.
Why are we being so generous now? Is the call of generosity falling on more attentive ears than before due to the onslaught of COVID-19? Or is this just another farce? Monteiro thinks about this
This week, The Coach tells us how losing in something teaches us about winning and why we should introspect after to be better. And he used his own life story to teach us this important lesson
Is learning online giving you sleepless nights? Still in a tug-of-war with the world of virtual education? Read on to find out what you should be doing to adapt to it quickly and efficiently. Read on
With colleges finally reopening, The Coach tells us how to have fun with friends even while following the UGC guidelines and being careful about hygiene and social distancing
While the top layer of the private school managements have the holding power for COVID-19 to pass-over, the layers below them are feeling the heat and looking for exit routes with least damage
Here's why feedback is important. This week, the column dissects the difference between criticism that kills the spirit of a person and how constructive criticism can help
‘What is the best course for me to pursue through the online mode?’ — this must be a very common question that arises in the mind of many youngsters, particularly the graduates
Looking at various thought-provoking tweets by the President-elect and hilarious tweets by the Twitterati reacting to the election results was a pleasant experience
According to a report, an association of private schools in Karnataka claims 400/500 schools may down the shutters as they have not been able to maintain expenses due to the COVID-19 closure
Manage your emotions to project a positive personality and never expose any negativity. Nicholas Francis tells us how
Pro Tip: Most of our problems are assumed, imagined and created by us. If you want a happy, easy life, just stop making assumptions
Are people more giving in the face of great adversity or is it sheer loss that makes us lose our vapid interest in money and accumulation of wealth?
The Coach takes a long look at the impact of representation. Here’s why the depiction of people and communities is a vital issue
The purpose of giving these three statements was to highlight the importance of receptive skills which are neglected by most English language teachers
Any person who is persistent in repeating a mistake is called a mumpsimus. Albert P' Rayan speaks about its origin and more
Career guidance is an explorative process to make you better and to create a career action plan. We find out more
Your first responsibility is towards yourself. Practice self-care, nurture yourself and get to a stage where you can really help others wholeheartedly
The infiltration of English seems to be a case of taking (undue?) advantage of the confusion imposed by COVID-19 on the educational scene
The Coach weighs the pros and cons of lowering the legal marrying age in the country and how it can impact women
There is a world of difference between spoken and written English. In this column, Albert P' Rayan explores certain nuances of the two so that we understand the language a little better. Ready?
John B Monteiro, in his latest column, investigates a brand new judgement that will prevent educational institutions from withholding students’ certificates. Read on to find out more about it...
This week, The Coach discusses the big bad world out there, especially for women and the elderly, and what we can do to make it a more safe and secure place for them. Read on to find out more...
The pandemic has also proven that a huge aspect of care comes from everything ranging from watercooler conversations to being around strangers in public to hugs
It’s important to seek help, not only for your loved ones but also for yourself. In the end, you are the creator of your own happiness and the guardian of your mental health
A long-pending and much-neglected matter that needs urgent intervention now than ever before is students' mental health
Mental healthcare even for so-called privileged communities is dismal, so one can only shudder to imagine what it must be for those from non-privileged backgrounds
Whether while writing or speaking, knowing what redundant expressions are and how to avoid them becomes a very important part of learning how to communicate your thoughts in a correct manner
How would you like your mantri to be? Well-educated or even half-literate will do? Because this has been a topic of discussion for some time now. Does one need to have been to college to be a good MP?
This week, The Coach continues to discuss the weight of our words and why we must be careful when making comments about others. He also breaks down sensitivity and offers us some noteworthy points
It is very important, especially in today's day and age, to be ready to reskill and upskill yourself so that you remain industry-relevant and keep yourself challenged too while you are at it. Ready?
Pro Tip: If we can look at our difficult experiences as lessons to learn, there’s nothing to be upset about or to forgive. We can choose to be grateful instead, for having been taught valuable lessons
As stressful a time as this pandemic is proving to be, it may fashion a long-overdue reform of our education system. We totally need to make the most of it, just like educators have done. And how!
Teachers and institutions followed the new mantra known as ‘adapt’ and ‘accept’. Teaching through digital medium and nurturing future leaders by laying emphasis on students’ learning