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Today, on the birthday of our 2nd President, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, we celebrate Teachers’ Day. He chaired the “University Education Commission 1948-49“. The report was released in 1950 and gives a great insight into what our leaders envisioned about University education at the time of Independence. It is a phenomenal piece of work and can...
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Life is a collection of experiences, adventures, thoughts, relationships, values, principles, and learnings that one accumulates within themselves throughout time. The last two years have taught us some very valuable lessons and the realization dawned to us that life is more valuable than we had previously thought, it taught us that there should be a...
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Imagine a lighted diya, spreading its warmth and light throughout the room, but the wind starts to blow. A glass covering is placed over the lighted diya to protect it from winds. The covering most certainly protects the diya, but soon the glass becomes black, and it begins to fade away the diya’s light. Now...
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What would a new-age education look like?Every learning is guided by how we want the learner to be. The image that we have in mind reflects the curriculum we design, the activities we plan, and the thought process we imbibe in the learner. Our present schooling system is based on outcomes of the industrial revolution...
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“We are silenced in schools and college recitation rooms for ten or fifteen years, and come out at last with a belly-full of words and do not know a thing. The things taught in schools and colleges are not an education, but the means of education.” An excellent observation was written by the mid 19th...
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At the grand old age of 69, I’d like to think of myself as a seasoned observer. I am a very curious person, in more ways than one! I like to know what’s going on, I like to try and understand what the world situation is at any given time and why it’s like that....
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There are many steps involved in planning for further studies. From picking the right course, college to studying for the tests. It can feel overwhelming to people who have a job or if they’ve just graduated from college. With a job, it can get tiring to study even after working the whole day. Some people...
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Education is arguably the most important factor for a society’s development, and particularly primary education. To build a robust education system, stakeholders from all levels of the system must join hands to bring in positive change and innovation in the way education is delivered. Rishihood University has collaborated with Muni International School, a chain of...
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“Atmanirbhar Bharat is not about being self-contained or being closed to the world, it is about being self-sustaining and self-generating. What is Atmanirbharta? How does India achieve it? What are the opportunities and challenges in front of us? What does atmanirbharta mean in a globalized world? Mohandas Pai Mohandas Pai is a Padma Shri Awardee...
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The world is a dynamic place driven by technology. Today, humans and machines work together to bring about further advancements in technology that will change the present and future forever. Since the inclusion of the Internet and Social Media into our daily lives, society has changed unimaginably. Everyone has been affected by the Social Media...
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