Change The Perception of Generation Gap To See Changes In Life

The generation gap is the most interesting subject to study. Right from new born baby to person in death bed feels and believes the generation gap. Each one of them has their own school of thoughts and feels they are right in their own way. Absolutely, there is a generation gap in life style, thoughts, emotions, behaviors and approach. Ultimately, there is one thing which holds the generation together is their roots, values and culture. Every house has a discussion on generation gap primarily on three generations i.e. grand parents,…

Remembering ‘Kalvi Thanthai’ Kamaraj

From School Dropout To Crusader of Free Education By SHEFA RAFI Rapid strides were made on education front during Kamaraj’s chief ministership between ‘54 and ‘63 when new schools with facilities were opened across Tamil Nadu. And he ensured that no village remained sans primary school and no panchayat without a high school. As a dropout, he strained his nerves to eradicate illiteracy by introducing complusory education upto eleventh standard. Moreover, he came up with the idea of offering free mid-day meal scheme in schools for the benefit of children…

Convert Your Passion Into Profession To Be Successful In Life

In continuation to our previous article on virtual connect and relationship, would like to add one more important aspects on career. These days’ youngsters are fascinated by technology and machines. They love to interact and work with machines only. This is so evident with people working for creating online videos, memes, credit points, pay for clicks, order management (door service), referral link, active in social media, online feedback, star ratings and so on. They prefer to work with machines than people. They feel working with people is too tiring, practical…

Problems Parents Face During Children’s Adolescence

In continuation of last week article, the value of relationship between parents and children are priceless. The parents love for their child is high during childhood days; gradually behavior changes during adolescence phase and get its rational state during mid adulthood and vice versa. The love for each other lasts forever but the way they express and behave during the course of life time make things unimaginable. These generations’ children see relationship as momentary and temporary. They call themselves as a different species of mankind only. They give high priority…

Love And Care Is There, But Why The Despair

The bonding factor for human existence is love and affection. Love rules the heart and mind. Relationship rules the people and people rules the relationship. In either way, rules dominate the people in a relationship instead of understanding and caring for each other. Emotions and feelings are the by product of any relationship. Relationships are well managed when people understand that each individual is unique and brought together for a purpose than been dictated by one’s whims and fancies. The present generation children see relationship as a status quo. It’s…

Let Positive Thoughts Empower Your Mind To Achieve Success

Mind is a beautiful place to store memories. “The mind is everything. What you think you become” – Buddha. Word rules the thought; thought rules the mind. Mind doesn’t understand the meaning of words. It doesn’t know the difference between good and bad. Mind is an obedient servant. Mind has an enormous power to manifest what is given to it. Be it good or bad. Such is the miracle of mind. This generation youngsters feel mind is the place to keep anything and everything. They refer google, gather information, associate…

Like Blooming Flowers, First Year Students Get Floral Reception @ St Paul’s College

St.Paul’s Arts and Science College for women, KNG Pudur celebrated its Freshers Day function for the I-Year students on 17.06.2019, Monday at the college auditorium. Gowthami Paulraj, chief of Kovai Metro Neighbourhood newspaper and Alumini of St.Paul’s Institutions was the chief guest. She was given a floral welcome before she inaugurated the program. Keerthana of III – B.A. English Literature welcomed and shared her golden memories of St.Paul’s with the gathering. The College Principal, Dr.C.Initha Lebanon Ebency gave the Presidential address on the importance of women education & she motivated…

The Magical Power of Yoga

Yoga is an ancient art and modern science. The word ‘Yoga’ is derived from the Sanskrit root ‘Yuj’, meaning ‘to join’ or ‘to yoke’ or ‘to unite’. Over a period of time, yoga has evolved as therapeutic yoga consists of asanas, pranayama and savasana. Asana is a body posture or position that is steady and comfortable. Pranayama is the conscious awareness of breath: the life force that both energizes and relaxes the body. Savasana helps in relaxation of the body and mind. It’s an integral function of body, mind and…

Need For Neet — Nurturing And Engaging Extraordinary Talent

The word ‘NEET’ has become a nightmare for students, teachers and parents. Most of the students aspire to become a doctor. They measure their success through academic score, getting a medical seat and becoming a DOCTOR. It’s a vocation like any other profession. The weightage given for this profession is much higher and created a façade in people’s mind. There are so many valuable professions and courses are available in the market but hardly known to people and its importance and significance in the job market. What it takes to…

‘Neet’ Not So ‘Neat’

By SHEFA RAFI The NEET fever has gripped students across the country with a whopping 7,95,031 lakh medical aspirants taking up the exam at centres spread across the country this year. However, they faced the test in a grip of fear following intensive frisking and dress code regulation. In Tamil Nadu, as many as 1.23 lakh aspirants took the test with lots of hope. Sadly, only 59,785 cleared the test without not even single candidate finding a place in the top 50. Delhi registered the highest percentage of pass with…