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  • How Technology is helping Students Learn Better and More

    How Technology is helping Students Learn Better and More

    Technology is helping teachers to expand their teaching methods beyond linear, text-based learning and to engage students who learn best in unconventional ways. Its role in schools has evolved from a contained “computer class” into a versatile learning tool that could change how we demonstrate concepts, assign projects and assess progress. KPS has already launched the Digit[...]

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  • Why Learn a Foreign Language

    Why Learn a Foreign Language

    Physiological studies have found that speaking two or more languages is a great asset to the cognitive process. The brain of multilingual people operates somewhat different from that of single language speakers, and these differences offer several psychological and skill related benefits. Below are some cognitive advantages to learning a foreign language. Many of these att[...]

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  • A Night in the Jungle by Mukul Gupta {1st in the Story Writing Competition at Khaitan}’

    A Night in the Jungle by Mukul Gupta {1st in the Story Writing Competi...

    At about 12: 00 AM in the night, I was driving on a hilly road, on a steep turn when I reached the footbrake; I realized that the brakes of my Volkswagen Trend line Golf assembled in 2015, with an automatic transmission had just failed, probably due to a leakage in the brake fluid pipe. I was helpless, I tried to bring the car in neutral but it was too late. The car had already[...]

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  • Why The Donald Trump Effect Took Place

    Why The Donald Trump Effect Took Place

    As the race for the United States President is in final phases, anyone who has even just briefly taken a look at the proceedings is wondering the exact same thing - Why did the USA, one of the foremost nations of the world in almost all spheres, elect Donald Trump as the Republican candidate in its presidential election? Even though he is still a political novice, he is now the[...]

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  • Poetry | ‘Why didn’t you let me live?’ | By Ayushi Chaudhary

    Poetry | ‘Why didn’t you let me live?’ | By Ayushi Chaudhary

    Ayushi Chaudhary mystically crafts this touching poem based on the social problems of female infanticide, and female oppression. She asks one question again and again, to the reader, and to her killer, 'Why didn't you let me?' Today, we must look within ourselves, and our community and try our best to spread the message of equality, after reading the beautiful poem. [...]

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  • Poem: ‘Silence’ | By Rupal Handoo

    Poem: ‘Silence’ | By Rupal Handoo

    A beautiful poem written by Rupal Handoo, class XII student at Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad. She naturally dives into the depths of her mind and majestically writes about the predicaments of those who keep their secrets from the poet. She, as a poet, ends the poem by in-explicitly threatening the person with her silence on the matter.[...]

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  • Why Women Empowerment is the only way Forward for a Better Society | Manavika Khanna

    Why Women Empowerment is the only way Forward for a Better Society | M...

    Today’s woman, with the help of many aids provided by government, is single-handedly managing her job and the home. No longer is she confined within the four walls. She is stepping out and showcasing her talent in various fields. This change has occurred only since last two decades. The mind-set of general population is changing. Women are being promoted and are doing better [...]

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  • Hackers – The misunderstood race | The Technocratie

    Hackers – The misunderstood race | The Technocratie

    Hackers - The word evokes an imagery of a hooded, shady figure sitting on a computer, furiously tapping the keys on the keyboard in an effort to bring an entire organisation down to its knees. But is it true anymore? How many types of hackers are there? Read my post to know more! [...]

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  • Poetry: The Real but Fake World

    Poetry: The Real but Fake World

    The poem is written by Ms. Rupal Handoo who studies Science in Class XII at Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad. The poem is about the real world, and the apparent fakeness associated with it. She writes her own experience with the real but fake world, and how she now considers herself mature after encountering the brutality of the world. [...]

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