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There is a need for each of us to polish ourselves, to keep the creative flame burning bright and to seek lasting inner peace instead of transient pleasures should be the agenda.

Happiness, peace and success can only be found in our own hearts and minds. Instead of searching for them in external conditions, we must look deeply within and adopt an attitude of gratitude as well as positivity instead of only focusing on materialistic achievements and short term gains.

Taking a few wrong steps to earn fast bucks and jumping the queue is not something the millennials should learn.

“Refining your Professional Persona, Being an Excellent Communicator, More Workplace Skills, People Skills, The Winning Habit, Relationship Matters and The Bigger Picture of Life etc all are important to achieve normalcy in life.”

What is most integral is to find calmness and balance. A sense of commitment is very important. So many young people fear failure, peer pressure and don’t know how to communicate with their parents.

Thus for a better life tomorrow, one should realize how success is not solely determined by material gains. And that there is more to life. So, start living and stop chasing materialistic things.

 

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JEE (Main) postponed; Lookout for Fresh Dates

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The Union Minister for Education Ramesh ‘Nishank’ Pokhriyal announced that he had advised the National Testing Agency (NTA) to postpone the April session of JEE (Main) examinations in the wake of the rising Covid-19 cases throughout the country. Reiterating that the safety of the students was the primary concern of the government, the Union Minister said that the new dates for the April session of JEE (Main) will be announced 15 days prior to the examination.
JEE (Main) is the latest exams to be postponed after the Class 12 CBSE exams amid a surge of Covid-19 cases in India. The NTA, on the advice of the Education Minister, has decided to postpone the JEE (Main) – 2021 April session due to the Covid-19 situation.
Earlier Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with Education Minister Pokriyal and other government officials, keeping in mind the surge in Covid-19 cases, cancelled the CBSE board exams for class 10th and postponed the board exams of class12th.
As far as class 10th is concerned, students will be promoted on the basis of internal assessment. If a student is not satisfied with marks in the assessment, he/she can appear for the examination when the situation gets back to normal.
For the class12th students, an exam schedule for a later date will be prepared after a review meeting on June 1. As per the official data shared by CBSE, around 21. 5 lakh students are registered for the CBSE class 10th exams and 14 lakh students are registered for class 12th exams.
Meanwhile even the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has postponed the ICSE (Class 10th) and ISC (Class 12th) exams 2021 in view of the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the country.
As per the official notification released by CISCE, the council will review the COVID-19 situation and take a decision regarding the conduct of ICSE and ISC exams in June 2021. While the class 12th exams are deferred, the class 10th students will be given two options: either to write the offline exams along with the class 12th students or skip appearing in the official exams.

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CBSE Class 10 Exams Cancelled, All Students Promoted!

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CBSE ExamsThe Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has cancelled Class 10 exams and postponed Class 12 exams which were scheduled to be held from May 4 to June 14. Results of Class 10 will be prepared on the basis of an objective criterion to be developed by the Board.

The decision comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a meeting with Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal “Nishank”, secretaries of Education Ministries, and other officials to discuss the issue of CBSE board exams due in May. The meeting was chaired amid the chorus for cancellation of upcoming board exams for class 10 and 12 growing louder in wake of the exponential rise in Covid-19 cases.

Over 2 lakh students have signed an online petition demanding cancellation of board exams and the hasthtag ‘cancelboardexams’ has also been trending on Twitter since a week.

Students of Class 10 to be promoted on basis of internal assessment. If a student is not satisfied with the assessment then he/she can appear for the examination once the situation (Covid-19) is normal, said the Union Education Minister. The board will review the situation in June and then take a call on Class 12 exams. The situation will be reviewed on 1st June 2021 by the Board, and details will be shared subsequently. A notice of at least 15 days will be given before the start of the examinations.

Several state boards have already taken decision on the postponement of the board examinations.

The Maharashtra and Delhi governments have already requested the center for the cancellation of CBSE Board Exam 2021. Students, teachers, and politicians from across the country are demanding a uniform policy on board exams. It is expected that PM Modi will be releasing a nationwide guideline regarding the board examinations along with CBSE Board Exam 2021 by today.

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Reading is a habit to inculcate in kids education

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A book a day is the mantra that should taught to kids at school for better education and for better growth results among them. Thousands of e-books are just a download away; many are available on discount, others, free of cost and there ours classic hard copies everywhere in the market.

Not just that, research shows that reading can “improves brain connectivity, increases your vocabulary and comprehension, empowers you to empathize with other people, aids in sleep readiness, reduces stress, lowers blood pressure and heart rate, fights depression symptoms and prevents cognitive decline as you age.”
Books are a real treasure of data and new knowledge which are much cheaper than courses and education. We become more intelligent by reading books, more interesting and appealing. Don’t you think ! By reading you will become better in communication, you will improve your knowledge on various topics as well as rhetorical skills.
Reading every day makes sure that you’re constantly exposing yourself to new potentials for change, and building your knowledge base. The more time you spend reading and learning, the faster you’ll be able to connect new concepts and spot patterns.
So, there you have it. Its in your hands to follow it or not. While so many benefits can be availed by reading, why not inculcate this habit in our younger millennials.

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