Summer vacation is here. A lot to do. Isn’t it? This summer break, make a list of books and challenge yourself to read books starting with one recommendation at a time. Created by the DPSG Palam Vihar team, here is a list of 6 books every high schooler from IX-XII must read this summer. … Continue reading 6 Books Every High Schooler Must Read This Summer
Google CBSE results Google is trying to catalog the results of one of the largest examinations in the world. The company is tying up with India’s Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to display exam results through Google search. Get results directly Under the initiative, students will be able to search for Board Examination results… Continue reading CBSE Students Can Now Directly Get Exam Results From Google
The CBSE Class 12 Results 2018 will be announced by the Central Board of Secondary Education by May 28. The Central Board of Secondary Education will put out the CBSE Class 12th Result 2018 or Class 12 CBSE Result 2018 on the official website cbse.nic.in. The Central Board of Secondary Education conducted the CBSE Class 12th Examination for 2017-18 from March… Continue reading CBSE Class 12 Result 2018 Expected Soon
Aging is a natural phenomenon which is inevitable. Generations have been passing and new ones have been coming up. With the wide generational gap between different people, leading to different mentalities and viewpoints, these groups are often found at odds with one another. Ageism, an act of discriminating against people on the basis of their… Continue reading Generations: Transcending The Borders Of Age
Parents reaction to a bad report card is often the wrong one. A heated response can have dire consequences for the child, including but not limited to demotivating the child and harming his/ her confidence. Below are a few things parents should keep in mind while reading a report card: Practice patience Most children with… Continue reading How Should Parents Handle a Bad Report Card?
In today’s’ world talent and hard work are two sides of the same coin, both together form the perfect equation to achieve one’s true potential. A person who lacks either of them, finds himself handicapped on the ladder to success. Talent is the drive that leads one to choose what to do, but hard work… Continue reading Which Is More Important Talent or Hard Work?
Talent or hard work – what really counts? This is quite a debatable question as sometimes hard work beats talent when the talent fails to work hard. Talent is just like the seed of a plant which has to be nurtured with hard work and commitment in order to grow it into a healthy and… Continue reading Which Is More Important? – Talent or Hard Work
In a recent survey, a psychologist has labeled the current generation of young people as “I generation” or “Me Generation”. It is also found that the today’s generation takes it for granted that “SELF” comes first. This is an era of narcissism. Today’s people think of their own needs and interest. They ignore the needs… Continue reading Is Our Generation More Self-Centered Than The Previous?
In this fast-paced modern era, almost everything under the sun has become advanced. Even developers have made video games upgraded with new technologies and have created a great impact. A recent study suggests that playing video games improves hand and eye dexterity, problem-solving ability, and quick decision-making skills. Yes, video games have it’s own advantages… Continue reading Do Violent Video Games Make People More Violent In Real Life?
As a parent, we all are our child’s first and most important teacher. When parents are involved in their children’s schools, the children do better and have better feelings about going to school. Here are some ideas on the role of parents in improving school diversity. Should develop a partnership with your child’s teachers Meet… Continue reading The Role of Parents in Improving Education For Their Child