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Reading as a Factor of Education

Reading as a Factor of Education

Education means the all-around development of our faculty’s physical, mental arid morals. Physical education should be imparted on playgrounds and in gymnasiums by means of sports, games, and physical exercises. Moral education depends largely on healthy discipline exercised over young mind.....

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The Use and Abuse of Athletics

The Use and Abuse of Athletics

There was a time when in our country not much importance was attached to athletics as such. A pioneer in this direction—so far as Bengal is concerned—was Nabogopal Mitra who organized the Swadeshi Mela (in a way the precursor of the National Congress) —in the seventies of the last century. .....

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Essay On Global Terrorism

Essay On Global Terrorism

Introduction: Terrorism is not confined to any nation, religion, or caste in particular. Anyone who indulges in terrorist acts, whether indigenous or foreign, is a terrorist and a threat to humanity’s peaceful life. Terrorism and terror modules are present in a variety of major locations ar.....

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Compulsory Games in Schools and Colleges

Compulsory Games in Schools and Colleges

The need for students to participate in games is universally admitted. There is no denying the fact that such participation makes students more fit, disciplined and efficient. Not only is the body made beautifully, but traits of character are developed which in the long run make one a better lead.....

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Information Superhighway

Information Superhighway

Information technology is now the technology of the present and the future. State simply, information technology (IT) means the rapid assimilation and manipulation of information through communication channels such as wireless, phone lines, and so on, it’s processing through computers, mini-com.....

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Fiber Optic Communication

Fiber Optic Communication

Introduction: from the very beginning of world civilization, this world has experienced three revolutionary changes. The first revolutionary change came through the advent of the agricultural system. The second came with the inversion of the steam engine industrial revolution. The third one is th.....

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Physical Culture

Physical Culture

The ancient Greeks, who planned their life on a scientific basis, imparted their education in gymnasiums. They realized that a sound mind could only grow up in a sound body. A weak constitution means an enfeebled intellect Plato regarded the body as beautiful which is another name for physical ha.....

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The Educational Value of Sports

The Educational Value of Sports

The great Duke of Wellington once saw the boys of Eton school playing on the fields and was moved to say, “There are great battles were won.” Hem meant that young lads acquire on the playground not only physical stamina, but discipline, the habit of obedience, the will to win, – and these v.....

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Dowry System – Curse condition of the marriage

Dowry System – Curse condition of the marriage

The custom of giving dowry i.e. big presentation as also cash money, at the time of the marriage of the bride is a very ancient custom. According to fundamentalists (supporters of old values and the Shastras), this dowry is nothing but the alimony or money giving at a time for the future maintena.....

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National Defense

National Defense

The power to defend the states against aggression is the primary responsibility of a people. For the last hundred and fifty years we were free from foreign attacks and the whole responsibility for defense rested with the British. This had made us self-complacent; we did not bother about our defen.....

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The Problem of Nationalities in Indian Subcontinent

The Problem of Nationalities in Indian Subcontinent

The British always denied that India was a nation because they did not like people to develop a sense of national unity. What semblance of unity of the people had, they said, was due to the influence of the British. They went so far as against this, the finest minds of Indian nationality was a [&.....

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Job Reservation

Job Reservation

The former British rulers of India introduced the system of keeping some govt. jobs and seats reserved for the so-called depressed classes, in pursuance of their policy of divide and rule. The Muslim league govt. Of undivided Bengal openly gave preference to Muslim candidates in govt. and other j.....

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