“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin There is no alternate to learning. Every day, every moment, every minute and every second, you’re observing, experiencing and learning many things. “Never stop learning.” ― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

Distance learning is not a new thing and we know the advantages of doing courses with distance learning. But there are some myths connected with distance learning. Let me help you break those. Myth #1: the quality of education will be lower Not all popular colleges had the opportunity to

In today’s world, technology in learning has taken a leap to the next level and keeps progressing. As tech advances, so does the toy. DIY robotic kits are the new norm for innovative students and kids. Nowadays, low Legos are combined with high-tech robots that provide hours of creativity and

Obviously, whitecoat and stethoscope is a dream of many since their childhood. It’s so fascinating. Many students want to pursue medical science as their career. And the gateway for the medical colleges is NEET. If you want to take admission in MBBS or BDS or AYUSH courses in top medical

As an educator, you may have mixed feelings about what’s happening in the world right now. The pandemic is claiming many lives, and there is significant societal disruption. But what’s undeniable is that it’s opening a lot of doors for online teaching. eLearning’s popularity is skyrocketing at all education levels. It’s

NEET, which stands for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, is the dream examination for every medical aspirant throughout the country. For the candidates getting through this examination, it is like a dream come true. May is the most crucial month of the year for the candidates who have spent many