Impacts of online schooling on preschoolers

Kavita Srivastava connects with preschool educationists and parents on the effectiveness and challenges of online schooling. While it is a ‘temporary’ solution due to the pandemic, we need to understand that online schooling cannot replace a physical classroom environment designed to hone children’s physical, emotional, and mental development. While online schooling helps keep the routine going, it is causing a deep-rooted impact that needs to be urgently addressed with appropriate policies and precautionary measures to prevent our next generation of children from being adversely impacted.

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Author Interview: Anirban Dey Choudhury – The Beasts of Eden

When Anusmita Dutta read the book ‘The Beasts of Eden’, she just knew that more people needed to know about this new age thrilling infused suspense novel by first time author Anirban Dey Choudhury. In an interview with Anirban, Anusmita uncovers what inspired this corporate professional to come up with ‘An Indrajeet Azaad Adventure’. Read on to find out more…

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Why you should think before adopting a pet during the pandemic

With an increase in pet adoptions over the last several months, pet lover Sonal Srivastava raises pertinent questions about whether we are adopting our furry friends for the right reasons. Pets are not here to beat our pandemic blues; they’re here to be loved and love us back. Sonal urges us to consider their well being before adopting a fur ball, as it is a commitment of a lifetime.

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Equal Pay – How do we bridge the gender pay divide

Same qualifications, same experience, then why the difference in pay scale between men and women? Women today are an equally important part of the Indian workforce, yet they go underpaid. Xth Grader, Parashie Sidhwani explores the facets of the ‘gender pay gap’ and shares snippets of reforms that corporates in India could imbibe to have a happier and productive workforce based on the principles of ‘equal pay’.

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