January 2023

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Tips to make concepts approachable and learning more fun for children

Tips to make concepts approachable and learning more fun for children

Studies shouldn’t be a burden for kids; instead, they should be full of experiments, creativity, exploration, and unconventional learning. Check out ways to make concept easy and learning fun for children. Read more at: https://www.hindustantimes.com/lifestyle/relationships/tips-to-make-concepts-approachable-and-learning-more-fun-for-children-101673070693581.html
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Death, Dying and Beyond- Coping Strategies in Ancient Wisdom By Anitya Mohanty

The candidate had applied for internship at the IKS division of AICTE and chosen Prof. Sampadananda Mishra, as her mentor. After the completion, she submitted the project to the IKS division of AICTE. Internship title: Death, Dying and Beyond- Coping Strategies in Ancient Wisdom: AHermeneutic Study of the Kathopnishad Intern name: Anitya...
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Om Meditation – A Powerful Gift of Yogaśāstra-s to the Modern World By Damini Roy

The candidate had applied for internship at the IKS division of AICTE and chosen Prof. Sampadananda Mishra, as her mentor. After the completion, she submitted the project to the IKS division of AICTE. Internship title: Om Meditation – A Powerful Gift of Yogaśāstra-s to the Modern World Intern name: Damini RoyDesignation: Year...
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Role of Sanskrit Prosody and Phonetics in Speech Therapy By Deekshita

The candidate had applied for internship at the IKS division of AICTE and chosen Prof. Sampadananda Mishra, as her mentor. After the completion, she submitted the project to the IKS division of AICTE. Internship title:- Role of Sanskrit Prosody and Phonetics in Speech Therapy (with special reference to Stammering) Intern name:- Deekshita...
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Indian Psychology, Yoga & Consciousness By Jigneshkumar Bharatbhai Patel

The candidate had applied for internship at the IKS division of AICTE and chosen Prof. Sampadananda Mishra, as his mentor. After the completion, he submitted the project to the IKS division of AICTE. Internship title:- Indian psychology, Yoga & consciousness yoga sutra toward scienceyoga for a human being Intern name:- JIGNESHKUMAR BHARATBHAI...
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Shaping Rishihood’s Future with Edupreneur Ajay Gupta

Shaping Rishihood’s Future with Edupreneur Ajay Gupta

Every educational institution holds a unique vision and mission for its success. While the drivers of the organization continue to work hard every day, there is always a person who keeps them motivated and helps them see the bigger picture.  Mr. Ajay Gupta, an edupreneur, philanthropist and co-founder of Rishihood...
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Is the MBA Program Relevant Today?

Is the MBA Program Relevant Today?

Are you confused about whether to opt for a degree in Master of Business Administration? While the pandemic has made everyone doubt it, an MBA is as relevant today as it was years ago. Management degrees are changing how they’re designed and structured to provide students with the necessary specialized...
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Temple of knowledge: our unique library

Temple of knowledge: our unique library

The library is very rightly known as the temple of knowledge. It is the center of all activities, the primary energy point of any educational institute, just like the temple is for society. Libraries provide access to information resources and offer study spaces, research assistance, and educational programming. Most importantly,...
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Global South countries will resolve environmental challenges: Round Table at Think 20

Global South countries will resolve environmental challenges: Round Table at Think 20

The two-day event concluded with a visit of the participants to world heritage Buddhist stupas of Sanchi. Moderator and vice chancellor of Rishihood University, Sonepat, Shobhit Mathur said the Global South is the voice of India and the priorities of the Global South are the priorities of India. Read more...
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Nourishing the body and soul

Nourishing the body and soul: a sacred approach to food at Rishihood University

In my culture, we believe that all foods have spiritual or divine properties and are therefore considered sacred or holy. For us, the divinity in food is not just about offering and relishing the food item as we have it. It is also about preparing food with mindfulness and gratitude....
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