We’re so excited and happy to see Dhairya Mittal, a 7th Grader from Hiranandani Foundation School, take flight. It is always a matter of great pride and happiness to see our young, empowered students enjoy writing in a whole new light. Here’s what Dhairya and his mum Yukti had to share about our writing course.
As the prestigious Union Christian College, Aluva in Kerala, recently completed 100 years, Sheema Shireen beams with pride as she shares the rich history of her college. She also recounts some of the fondest memories and favourite spots she was lucky to have enjoyed as a college student. For those of you who are caught up with life’s busy routine, this memoir is sure to take you down nostalgic moments of college life.
Do you think organic farming is a way to a more sustainable future? 10th Grader, Nithya AS, who is into organic farming herself, analyses farming in India and explores its various nuances on a more extensive spectrum. As she has reaped the benefits of organic farming, she feels that this could be a healthier option for people and the planet as well.
‘Parenting’ – a heavy eight-letter word has changed how modern-day parents are raising their children. Vinisha Sidhwani, a stay at home mum and a Spanish teacher, shares five honest, tried and testing parenting tips that have worked for her as a survival guide for fellow parents. Whether you’re a parent of a sprightly little four-footer or a teenager, here’s something that could help you steer through the day.