The word 'edutainment' may be a new coinage but the concept is age-old. As the term suggests, it is learning made fun. Instead of treating education as a bitter pill to be swallowed for the greater good, education should be a potion to be lapped up with great interest and eagerness for all-round development.
How can a silly internet game manipulate the minds of people the world over, and make them do grotesque tasks!? Can a person really be manipulated into committing suicide, no matter how mentally strong he is? Does this so-called “Blue Whale Challenge” give him enough courage to resort to anything to end his life? How exactly are they able to do it on such a large scale?
The inspiring story of the king of the Court, Roger Federer. Known as the greatest tennis wonder, Roger has won Nineteen Grand Slam titles and Eight Wimbledon Championships, creating an all-time record.
Most parents and students have misconstrued the concept of student life. For us, sitting in front of a table with stacks of books and mugging things up is the best strategy to shine brighter. Therefore, most of the students remain behind closed doors with sheets of papers as their only companion, oblivious of the outer world.