Essay Topic : Social Media & Its Evils Quotes by famous personalities: “Social media has played a key role in democratising our discourse” - Narendra Modi “Technology and social media have brought power back to the people” - Mark McKinnon “The great thing about social media was how it gave a voice to voiceless people”… Continue reading Essay Topic : Social Media & Its Evils
Essay Topic : Education in India Quotes by famous personalities: “Learning is not the product of Learning is the product of the activity of learners” - John Holt “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” - Nelson Mandela “There is no school equal to a decent home and… Continue reading Essay Material for Education in India
Essay Topic: Agriculture Quotes on Agriculture ● “Agriculture is the most Healthful, most useful and most Noble Employment of Man.” - George Washington ● “Everything can wait, but not Agriculture.” - Jawaharlal Nehru ● “The discovery of agriculture was the first big step toward a civilized life.” - Arthur Keith ● “Agriculture is civilization.” -… Continue reading Material for Essay Topic: Agriculture
''Imagine a world where everyone’s livelihood depends on success in some sport. Everyone can learn and train till they are 18. Then they have to choose to play some sport. But 99% do not get to play the sport they choose, they play a sport that is willing to accept them.'' Here is the all-important… Continue reading Must for Essay:- School education in an uncertain world
Following essay has been asked in this year 2017 UPSC Mains Exam- Section-A: 125 Marks Write any one of the following essay in 1000-1200 words. Farming has lost the ability to be a source of subsistence for majority of farmers in India. Impact of the new economic measures on fiscal ties between the Union and… Continue reading Essay papers (1993-2017)
Indian marathon runner O P Jaisha said she fainted at the Rio Olympics on a hot, humid day because no Indian sports official provided her with water or glucose water, a reminder that sports federations in India are often ignorant of sporting requirements. Much has been written about Indian sports associations managed by politicians instead… Continue reading
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to see a clean India. To fulfill this ambition, he has launched the Swachh Bharat (Clean India) mission, a supply-side initiative which, among other things, plans to build 110 million toilets across India between 2014 and 2019. In spite of the government constructing 8 million toilets in 2015, worldwide, India… Continue reading Why Swachh Bharat Is Floundering May Surprise
Imagine two villages separated by a lake. The only way anyone can get from one village to the other is by swimming across the lake. How do you make travel easier? You could start a boat service or you could build a simple wooden bridge. You could even build a concrete bridge so that vehicles… Continue reading Technology In Education: Are We Addressing The Real Problems?
A new book, The Great Invention by Ehsan Masood, unveils the genesis of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and how it shaped the modern economic paradigm. It comes at a time when a growing number of people are questioning this flawed metric. Is GDP a true and accurate measurement of growth? Exclusive excerpts from the… Continue reading Debate: Is GDP a true and accurate measurement of growth?
The recent report tabled in Parliament that more than 100,000 schools in India have just one teacher is an alarming wake-up call for the government and all stakeholders. However, it also offers a genuine opportunity to transform India's archaic education landscape now that a new policy is under discussion. Four significant challenges confront the education… Continue reading India Created Its Own Education Crisis, But There’s Hope Yet