*World Nature Conservation Day!*

“Conservation means the wise use of the earth and its resources for the lasting good of mankind”– Gifford PinchotCelebrated on July 28 annually, World Nature Conservation Day recognizes that a healthy environment is the foundation for a stable and productive society and to ensure the well-being of the present and future generations, we all must participate to protect, conserve, and […]

Child Labour By Suchita (Alumnus Vidya School)

Child labour is one of the social issues which needs immediate attention from the authorities. Child Labour refers to the working of youngsters and youths to earn a livelihood and support their families. The children are forced to work like adults at a young age. As per a report, the world’s most destitute and impoverished countries comprise about 25% of […]

Getting my First Dose of Covid Vaccination

Covid-19 has completely shaken us as the situation has deteriorated. A new “double mutant variant of Covid-19” is affecting us badly which has made 2021 more dreadful. The hustle in hospitals, health centres for beds, oxygen cylinders, concentrators and now even for vaccination has amplified uncontrollably.  Initially, only those who were above the age of 45 were being vaccinated, but […]

COVID-19 Wave 2

COVID wave- 2 , another lockdown . Another stressful rigmarole of nonsensical existence within the confined space of home . No access to the world apart from a screen of a laptop or an android phone or in case you are privileged enough- An IPHONE. What has kept me alive – my work , and stories. Stories are an integral […]

International Women’s Day : A Perspective.

International Women’s Day is one of the most cherished days marked on my calendar. It is a time to celebrate the progress of women in all spheres in recent decades. Never did the boundaries of a household allow women the freedom to step out and work against the norms of society. It was never understood that women have impeccable capabilities to […]

The Triad of Celebrating Women’s Day

It is that time of the year, yet again!The day which is mentioned across social media posts. Yes, I am talking about emancipation and equality. The celebration of International Women’s Day. “How strong/ steadfast/ beautiful women are”- these statements are way too cliched and rusty. The significance of this day goes much beyond that. I have tried to explore at […]

MENSA PROJECT DHRUV

I BELIEVE IN  MAGIC BECAUSE OF MENSA INDIA DELHI Stories and dreams sound tremendous to our ears, but when it comes to reality, it seems difficult and blurry. I was always focused on my career and hard work but didn’t know how to reach where I wanted to go. The financial condition was the topmost hurdle.  Here is when Mensa […]

A Glance of the Knowledge Series

Pandemic. Apparently, a term that was completely obsolete and dreamlike just a year ago has now become the uttermost used word of the year. Evidently, the pandemic separated us physically, yet it taught us new ways to be connected over networks and lead a revamped life. The pandemic has made us survivors who are no more afraid of unprecedented times, rather accustomed to […]

From backwardness to Self Reliance (By Sunaina Singh)

My family belongs to a narrow-minded orthodox society where girls are never given equal opportunities as boys. I struggled a lot to get an education. MY determination never stopped and I attempted to make my parents understand my dreams and expectations, for which I took assistance from my school teachers, KPMG Mentors(providing me scholarship), etc. I worked dedicatedly day in […]

Public speaking on my fingertips (By Esha Paswan)

Trembling hands, sweaty palms, cold sweat, irregular pounding heartbeats and not being able to make eye contacts while talking? Yes! We’ve all been through these at some point in our life. We have all been nervous in our life at least once. But the ones who overcome these has the ability to achieve the great things in life ahead.   While […]