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Makar Sankranthi – The festival of Harvest and Kites

2019-01-11T14:22:27+00:00 Categories: Festivals, Parents, Students, Teachers|

Makar Sankranthi is celebrated across the globe by Hindus. The word Sankranti refers to transmigration of the sun from one constellation (Rashi) to another. Sankranthi is celebrated on the transition of the sun into the zodiac sign of Maka (Capricorn). There are 12 Rashis across the year. Sankranthi falls mostly on the same day of […]

Richard Feynman and How to Remember What You Study

2019-01-10T14:33:06+00:00 Categories: Blog, Students, Teachers|

“Richard Phillips Feynman” was a theoretical physicist from America who was and is known for his important and everlasting work in quantum mechanics, quantum electrodynamics and the super-fluidity of super-cooled liquid helium. His model of proton is also a contribution to particle physics. He is also known for the famous Feynman Technique that helps in […]

James Clerk Maxwell

2018-12-18T11:06:19+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|Tags: , |

The famous physicist James Clerk Maxwell was born on June 13, 1831, in Edinburgh, Scotland. He is considered as the scientist of the 19th century as he has laid the foundation for the important concepts of electromagnetic theory.

Light is an electromagnetic radiation whose wavelength can vary from visible to non-visible spectrum. The electromagnetic waves are […]

7 Study Apps for High School Students

2018-11-12T07:19:31+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|

The advancement in technology has helped in improving the learning and teaching ways. There are a number of apps which provides detailed, notes, flashcards, practice paper, quizzes, and other materials to prepare students for the board exams and competitive exams. Here we present to you the 7 study apps for high school students

1. SimpleMind – […]

Johannes Kepler

2018-09-14T10:03:31+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|Tags: |

Johannes Kepler, a German mathematician, astronomer, and astrologer was born on December 27, 1571. He is a prominent personality of 17th century.

Work Profile:

He started as a mathematics teacher at a seminary school in Graz and later went onto become an associate of Prince Hans Ulrich von Eggenberg

He works as an assistant to the astronomer Tycho […]

Ernest Rutherford

2018-09-04T15:08:12+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|

Ernest Rutherford, one of the greatest scientists of all time, was born in an Island of New Zealand on August 30, 1871. He was the fourth of 12 youngsters. His dad James had little education while his mother Martha filled in as a teacher.

Ernest Rutherford went to Free State schools through 1886, when he won […]

“International Pi Day” – Why and How is it Celebrated ?

2018-03-14T15:54:44+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|Tags: |

March 14th is one of the days where people enjoy desserts to celebrate Math in the name of “Pi Day”. You don’t need to be typical math savvy to remember one of the popular mathematical expression- Pi () or 3.14. To refresh your memory about pi, let us tell you that, it’s nothing but the […]

International Women’s Day and the Struggle for Equality

2018-03-08T10:39:31+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|Tags: , |

International Women’s Day is celebrated globally on 8th March every year. On this day, the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women are remembered. Women, who are engaged in politics, business, education, inventions, entrepreneurship, and television, are usually felicitated on this day. This day also calls for an improvement in gender equality in today’s […]

How to raise a prodigy and the Importance of Extra curricular activities for a child

2018-01-25T07:19:23+00:00 Categories: Blog, Students, Teachers|

Let us start by finding out the actual meaning of the word “Prodigy”. This English word is actually derived from the Latin word called “prodigium” that means a monster who violates natural order. Now, the English word does not quite literary mean “monster” but it describes anyone who possesses exceptional skills at a very young […]

Why Learners Forget Information and How to Remember What We Learned?

2018-08-31T12:53:01+00:00 Categories: Blog, Parents, Students, Teachers|Tags: , |

Our Brain is an organ that is taken for granted to retain as much information as possible. However, our brain also forgets. To explain how fast or slow the brain tends to forget information researchers refer to what is called – the forgetting curve.

What is the forgetting curve?

The forgetting curve is a graph of data […]

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