Isha 17.08.2015
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Almost a year ago, I decided to leave my routine life in the city (Chandigarh) and move to my hometown, Shimla. I wanted to complete my degree in Mass Communication over the next one year, the actual span of my break. Now, it is difficult to station yourself at one place when you have done much legwork throughout your working years. So there I was, restless and looking for work, once again. Months passed and I continued working as a freelance writer and studying.
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Isha 01.03.2016
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In our latest interview, Dr. Anita Kaushal reaches out to the teaching community through her close understanding of the education sector, throwing light on the challenges faced and qualities required to take up this profession.
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Isha 01.12.2015
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LinkTeachers Workshops and Training Survey is a step towards the professional growth of teachers. Watch this video to find out more.


Isha 26.12.2015
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Amartya Sen, the Nobel laureate has always been seen to speak the harsh truth. The same is seen in the excerpt, The First Boy Syndrome, taken from his collection of essays, The Country of First Boys. Here, Sen talks of the Indian education system, which in his opinion, favors the select few who excel throughout their life.
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Rasneet Kaur 16.08.2015
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"A professional network service (or, in an Internet context, simply professional network) is a type of social network service that is focused solely on interactions and relationships of a business nature rather than including personal, nonbusiness interactions." - Jessica E. Vascellaro (2007-08-28). "Social Networking Goes Professional". The Wall Street Journal (source: Wikipedia) Professional networking evolved because the basic personal social networking created identity crisis. What we are to our friends is quite different to what we are to everyone else! And this is what makes the frien
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