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April 25, 2019
Map Showing International Border Lines of India

A border line is a dividing line that marks the territorial limits between two countries. Our country India shares land borders with seven countries including Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Nepal, and Pakistan and maritime borders with Sri Lanka, Maldives and Indonesia. It has 15,106.7 kilometres of land border and a coastline of 7,516 kilometres including its island territories. Given below is a list of important boundary lines, and the list of states which share [...]Read More

April 4, 2019
Handwritten Notes vs Digital Notes

In today’s era, each one of us has become technology friendly. Our day begins with messages and night ends with e-mails, messages and calls. Life without digitally compatible devices will now become monotonous. But do they really work as a life driving force? Most of us have become so lethargic and have given up on writing, but its advantages still can’t be denied. Also, the importance of digital notes can’t be neglected. So, taking these [...]Read More

April 2, 2019
Primary Education in India: Top 6 Future Trends

India has a population of around 1.37 billion (as per recent UN report) currently and the largest demographic share is held by those under 25 years. While 67 percent of the population still lives in rural India, the rural literacy rate is 69 percent (far below the world average of 86 percent). That’s why education is the most vital sector in India. When it comes to education, primary education is the most important part because [...]Read More

March 30, 2019
How can Entrepreneurship Education Create Jobs in India?

Indian economy is growing at a rapid pace. The growth rate of GDP was 7.3% in 2018 and it is expected to grow well above 7% in the coming years. However, the fastest growing economy of the world isn’t creating jobs like before. Latest data shows that in 2018, there were 18.6 million people without jobs in India and it is expected to reach 18.9 million in 2019. Moreover, hiring in India’s formal job market [...]Read More

March 28, 2019
E-Learning Transforming Education System in India

E-learning industry in India is increasing at a rate of over 20% on a year-on-year basis. It is estimated to become a US$1.96 billion industry by 2021. Reports say digital education in India already has a vast network. It is connected to over 1.5 million schools and 18,000 higher education institutes. The paid online subscribers in the edtech sector are also witnessing a massive surge. While in 2016, the total paid subscribers were around 1.6 [...]Read More

March 19, 2019

The Indian Order of Precedence is the hierarchy of the important positions. It is the protocol list in which the functionaries, dignitaries and the officials of India are listed as per their ranks and offices they hold in the Government of India. The order of the Precedence in India is only to indicate the ceremonial protocol. It is not applicable in the day-to-day functioning of the Government of India. It is only meant for the [...]Read More

March 18, 2019
The Judiciary System of India

The Constitution of India came into effect on the 26th Of January, 1950, and is the source of law and also the supreme law of India. The court system where disputes are resolved, decisions are made by a bench of judges or magistrates, and the law is enforced is known as the Judiciary System. The Judges and the magistrates form the core of the Judiciary. The Judiciary of India is stratified into many levels and [...]Read More

March 13, 2019
International Organisations in which India is a member

India is a potential superpower and has a growing international influence all around the world. The country has been emerging as a prominent ally in global affairs. Not only a regional power, the country has also been a strong nuclear power in the world. Being a newly industrialised country, India has a great history of collaboration with several countries. It has acted as a prominent member of several international organisations and has also been a founding [...]Read More

March 10, 2019
Courses which can be Done Along with Graduation

The unemployment rate is a major problem for the Indian economy. In 2017-18, it had touched the highest level in at least 45 years. Recent CMIE report shows that the unemployment rate has jumped from 5.9% in Feb’18 to 7.2% in Feb’19. In fact, 60% of the engineering graduates are also unable to grab the right job. That’s why the time has come for students to think out-of-the-box. They can pursue offbeat courses (as per [...]Read More

February 20, 2019
government school education system

India aims to be recognized as a superpower in this century. However, that dream would not be fulfilled till the time the issues in the public education system in the country are addressed. The system has to be made so effective that it is able to keep up with the needs of our future generations. India has more than a million schools, where around 250 million students study. As of now, around 40 per cent [...]Read More

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