Month: December 2017

Zero Hunger: Can ANNADA get us there?

December 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

One in three Indian children is malnourished. This means one in three children is in danger of suffering serious physiological and psychological disorders, rendering them helpless and dependent, and in danger of missing out on...

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There is a saying that teachers are like father figures for the students. To some extent, this saying is right and completely in the favour of those people who made us learn to read, write...

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Today’s world Education is the most important factor. Every parent wants to give the best education to their child and the nursery school is the first step. The academic career starts from there and it...

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What about the child and Adolescent Psychology?

December 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

There was a time when teenagers were not offered the place in society they deserve. The life course unfolded for individuals as a youth which led straight to their adult years. There was no place...

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Taking online courses can be very convenient for many people. It however requires significant time management skills, self-discipline, strong motivation, and willpower that makes e-learners complete it successfully. However, even though there are many people...

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Main Reasons Why Your Child Should Learn Swimming

December 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

You may not realize it yet but, knowing how to swim is a great advantage that you can have. You never know when you may need it. And moreover, swimming is a great physical exercise...

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It is okay to be unsure about what you want to do after high school. Many teenagers feel like this, and Christian teens are no different. There are many paths to take, and the following are just...

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NASCLA Examination for Accreditation

December 12, 2017 | 0 Comments

The NASCLA Examination for Accreditation is used in many states by the contractor licensing state agencies for testing commercial contractor for general building who are in the process of applying for a contractor’s license. The...

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Simply speaking, self-regulated learners know what it takes to travel the extra mile to acquire that academic excellence throughout their college or university tenure. Such attitude and outlook towards the studies and school guide them...

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If you’re a teacher, the term “the light at the end of the tunnel” is too frequently quite descriptive regarding your mental and physical state as you approach the winter vacation. Since I have repeated...

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