Values are an integral part of our living. The fact that you ironed that shirt before wearing it, or that you helped someone hold that heavy bag, or even the simplest act like greeting someone good day, all of it constitutes Values. Remember the last time you didn’t let your friend lie to someone, or … Continue reading Values value!
We’ve all been reading about Unemployment since class 6th. It’s been one of the most important topics from our slender textbooks of Economy. We know Unemployment in general sense of the term – that it is the lack of employment, and that it is detrimental not just to oneself, but also the economy of the … Continue reading A DIFFERENT DIMENSION
On 25th of September, 2015, in a summit attended by over 150 nations the game-changing 2030 Global agenda came to be formally adopted. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a part of this global agenda. They are set of 17 goals that are created to cater to the challenges that the world is facing at social, … Continue reading Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime. This saying is never too old. It highlights the importance of Acquiring Skills, and the increasing importance that it has gained in the contemporary world. Skill means an ‘ability to do something’. While there are a wide range of skills that exist, which … Continue reading SKILLS OF THE CENTURY
Social-Emotional Learning has gained a massive global significance in the recent years. International bodies and associations have remarkably highlighted the importance of practicing SEL. The National Commission for Social, Emotional, and Academic Development (The United States) has called attention to the promotion of SEL, and called it a ‘substance’ of education. Also, the World Economic … Continue reading UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING
Rights-The reason of all the revolutions the world has witnessed so far. But what are Rights? The fact that I am writing this, and that you will ponder upon the same, is our Right to freedom of Thought and Expression. Rights therefore, are indispensable and inalienable by nature. Rights are not privileges. They are something … Continue reading Unawareness about Child Rights in India
Daan Utsav, held every year from October 2 to 8, is India’s largest gift festival. People come together and perform acts of kindness by giving their time, material, or money to any cause(s) of their choosing in interesting ways. Daan Utsav, India’s Giving Festival, experience millions of school and college students, business workers, and public … Continue reading Enjoy the Joy of Giving: Celebrate 10 year’s of Daan Utsav
In India, poverty and low schooling led to the acute problems of child labour. It is a curse in which young children cannot appreciate their infancy and cannot go to school. Even some basic education is not provided to them. Again, this generates a vicious spiral of low rates of literacy and high poverty. In … Continue reading Top 10 NGO in India and Their Services
One of the horrors afflicting the world’s masses is child labour. Poverty is the source of evil, while society’s prevailing culture of splitting the masses into classes and categories based on their affiliations with a specific race, religion or even gender may be offered as another valid explanation for child labour. Any of the reasons … Continue reading Give Your Child a Ray of Hope: Stop Child Labour
The guiding factors of economic growth and social advancement of the nation involve expertise and information. The challenge is twofold in increasingly evolving societies such as India, which have a large and ever-increasing population. On the other side, broad segments of the workforce have few to no employment potential. There is a shortage of highly … Continue reading Boost your skills and develop your personality by working with an NGO!