Effects of Ageing on Memory

Nafisa Master, a Behavioural Psychologist, Neuro Linguistic Master Trainer, and Life Skills Coach decodes the process of ageing on memory. She shares how growing up maybe optional, but growing ‘old’ is inevitable. A grand mother herself, she shares snippets of wisdom of how we can stay mentally and physically young and happy even with every addition to a candle on our birthday cake!

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Are Coding classes necessary for Children?

With rise of Coding classes for children in our country, Associate Professor teaching Electronics & Communication Engineering, Dr Praba N (PhD) ponders over whether it is really necessary for young minds to learn something so soon. She asks some pertinent questions to parents and leaves it up to them to decide, that in the race of trying to be tech-savvy, our children should not forget to be empathetic human beings.

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Student & Parent Testimonial by Niharika & Devyani Bisht

11-year-old Niharika Bisht has been the youngest student in my Writing Program. She is one of the most exuberant and eager learners I have come across. I learned so much from her during the two month Writing Program. Here’s a little note of gratitude from Niharika and her mum Devyani, to whom I am eternally grateful for these heartfelt encouraging words.

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How I learned the art of understanding my opponent more than the game

Master story teller, Zahaan Sabuwala shares a humorous anecdote that most of us will relate to, an unwanted relative. But what happens next, when the unwanted relative lands up with suitcases unannounced to spend some time with your family? Find out how Zahaan hilariously plots and plans to chase him away only to learn a golden lesson from the unwanted relative!

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