Teacher’s Day 2020: Tributes To India’s Greatest Teacher, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

The universally accepted World Teacher’s Day is 5th October. In India, the Teacher’s Day is celebrated on 5th September and this tradition started in 1962. Teachers play a vital role not only in the development of an individual but also of the society as a whole.Teachers shape the mind of children which in turn helps them become responsible citizens. “ A good teacher is like a candle, it consumes itself to light the way for other.”  On this special day, students celebrate the contribution of teachers in their lives and shaping…

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Teacher’s Day 2020: The Mission Of Global Renaissance Of Education Through ICN Platform

Education is the name of ideal coordination between our scientific and technological achievements and nature. We are the gift of nature, so living with nature should be the sole objective of our education. Sometimes our externalities and insights fall prey to asymmetrical cataracts and in such a situation, to clear the fog between ’cause and consequence’, someone having vision and clarity becomes necessary to solve those entangled situations and make a clear route chart between our ‘intentions’ and ‘destination’.The shortest but most clear and effective definition of education can be…

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Role Of Supranationalism In Family Planning Programs And The Proliferation Of Contraception

By: Rebecca Brindza, Editor-ICN International PART-1 USA/ISRAEL: Policymakers in the present day have grown increasingly aware of the “multidimensional set of social processes that create, multiply, stretch, and intensify worldwide social interdependencies and exchanges while at the same time fostering in people a growing awareness of deepening connections between the local and the distant.” (Steger, 2005). Therefore, it is no surprise that within the globalized era, national policies have become deeply intertwined with global issues. This is echoed by the fact that developing states are increasingly susceptible to happenings in the global…

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Marks Can Make Or Mar A Career

By: Klinsa Kurien, Bureau Chief-ICN Kerala Marks play a crucial role in the lives of students at every level be it in the primary, elementary, advanced, intermediate or collegiate levels and research. It determines the level of competency in a student and further on in job scenarios ratings are accorded for performance driven roles.It polishes and fine tunes their existing skill sets and gives sufficient improvement for further growth prospects. A good student always aims for higher and better marks no matter what the evaluation patterns are. It reminds me…

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Doyen of Indian Philosophy and Education: Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

By: Prof. K.V. Nagaraj, Chief Advisor-ICN Group Placing India on the global map is a great contribution of many eminently erudite Indian personalities. Professor Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is one name to reckon with among the galaxy of such stars. His academic scholarship and intellectual superiority have very few aphorisms in modern India. He was the doyen of the Indian philosophical world. Radhakrishnan made Indian philosophy dominantly visible on the global trope. His contribution to the reformation of Indian higher education system is no less significant. His emergence as statesman par excellence is…

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Solan: The Education Hub Of Himachal Pradesh

By: Vijay Kumar Verma,  Group Editor-ICN World SHIMLA: With as many as 10 universities out of a total 17 private universities in the entire state, Solan district of Himachal Pradesh has the dubious distinction of being the largest educational hub offering vocational degrees, not only in the state but also in the entire country. What to talk of the district, the Solan town itself has four universities in a close proximity of few kilometers. In addition, Himachal Pradesh has 4 State Universities, 1 Central University and 1 Indian Institution of Technology…

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Honorary doctorate to LPS founder Mr. SP Singh

Panaji, Goa :  A visionary educationist Hon’ble Mr SP Singh who is the founder manager of Lucknow Public Schools and Colleges and former Member of the Legislative Council Uttar Pradesh was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Swahili , Panama, Central America by Dr Jagannath Patnaik, Vice Chancellor of ICFAI University  in a grand convocation ceremony  organized today on 19 th October 2019 at Taj Vivanta, Panaji, Goa. In the same event Mr S P Singh was given away the Award for Professional excellence in quality education by…

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“Aren’t We Still Slaves When It Comes To Our Education System”

By: Garima Gaur, Asstt. Editor-ICN LUCKNOW: India is a land which gave birth to subjects like Mathematics, Science, Astronomy, Astrology etc.During our Vedic age when Gurukul system prevailed, students were getting skill based education, learning life skills and moral based education which helped them in building great character and leading a successful life. When the British came to India they introduced Missionary Schooling. As the name Missionary indicatesit came with a mission of spreading Christianity. They introduced three stages of education in India- 1. Primary 2. Secondary and 3. Higher education Their main aim was to spread Christianity and to maintain peaceful administration.As it is always observed that…

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Parents, Please Listen!

By: Dr. Natasha Dua, Sr. Sub Editor-ICN  LUCKNOW: “Hey, do your parents understand you?”, asked the 12 year old girl, with a gleam of curiosity and a stroke of grief in her shivering voice. Her tone vividly portrayed her desire to be understood by her parents, who like all other parents belonged to another generation, but like some other parents chose to be extremely stringent in their thoughts, believing that they are always right, preferring to be listened to, without letting their dear children express their feelings, opinions and attitude. Do…

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Sir Syed Ahmad Khan: The Founder Of Modern Education

By: Mohammad Salim Khan, Sub Editor-ICN “Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was the profit of education in India,” said Mahatma Gandhi. SAHASWAN/BUDAUN: Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was a great social reformer,educator,and politician. He was born on 17th of October,1817 in a very well respected and well reputed family.His father Syed Mohammad Mutaqqi was a very renowed person. He was the advisor of Mohammad Shah Akbar Sani in Mughal dynasty. His mother Azeezun Nisan was also a very humble lady.His grandfather was too posted on avery high dignity in the royal court of…

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