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From love for books to an artist, and a perfect relationship between sisters.

“Don’t be afraid to fall, rise again and success will follow“. It’s a common saying but it stuck my head when I read it in my sister’s book. Since that day this had been my motto. Today,

The experiences of transitions, from a Researcher and Scientist to Public Services.

“When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on”—Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Beginning Pratima Ghimiray was born on 29th Dec 1990. She is the youngest child in her family. Both

‘Ishan Awasthi’ and the art teacher ‘Ram’ from the movie ‘Taare Zameen Par’ are real.

Exactly Chandrashekar’s journey of 27 years gets summed up in these two characters- hence, introducing before you his transitional voyage from Ishan to Ram. THE ISOLATED CHILDHOOD Chandrashekar hails from the family of a farmer and has

Transferring the vision of Generation X to the Millennials, story of a visionary academician.

“Our moral responsibility is not to stop the future, but to shape it…to channel our destiny in humane directions and to ease the trauma of transition.”― Alvin Toffler The beginning and transferring the knowledge. Dr. Chetna Upadhaya is

Teaching from Floppy to Pen drive and from a CD player to touch board.

Born and Started in 20th Century Scientific Nation is presenting a story of a teacher who is a role model for many of his students. Surender Singh Sodhi was born and brought up in Ajmer in a lower-middle-class

Using ICT to solve the Crisis, the story of a senior teacher from Rajasthan

The Generation Gap. There has been a Generation leap for teachers appointed early and newer ones. It is because of the advancing technology in a rapid manner. The specialization in various subject areas has led to more

Managing stress, through my personal experiences, by Pankaj Giri

Stress is unavoidable in society today, at all stages of life. As a student, there is the stress of passing exams and getting a job. After that comes the stress of sustaining your job, ensuring that your

Something just like this, a story of life art, a hobbyist painter, Sugato.

The Beginning As said by Pablo Picasso, “Painting is a blind man’s profession. He paints not what he sees, but what he feels, what he tells himself about what he has seen”. We will find a lot

Is 100% marks in mathematics possible? see how Jai Ram, a Govt. Teacher pulled it up.

Early Days Jai Ram a senior mathematics teacher from Govt. Senior Secondary School, Harmada, Jaipur. His father worked as a daily wage worker and his mother was a housewife. His brother is currently working in a private

From cake-aholic to a hobbyist, story of support, and non-patriarchal connections of Subarna.

The beginning. As said by Winston Churchill, ‘To be really happy and really safe, one ought to have at least two or three hobbies, and they must all be real’. Today Scientific Nation is presenting you the