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With the rise of the pandemic and the extended lockdown, educational institutions have been prompted to shift towards online teaching. While initially digital classrooms seem to be… Read more “Are online classes being able to replace traditional classrooms?”
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University Grants Commission’s (UGC) had passed on a circular on July 6, regarding the conduction of the final term university examinations during the novel covid 19 pandemic.… Read more “Final Year Exams: Supreme Court to Announce Its Verdict Tomorrow”
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The Buddhist majority countries in South-East Asia, namely Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam, saw rather small-scale outbreaks during this coronavirus pandemic. Despite these countries sharing borders… Read more “COVID spared South-East?”
The COVID-19 pandemic consequences on the country in a nutshell. Economy revival a top priority.
The time to rethink the entire bingeing habit is the need of the hour as maintaining a proper quality of life is more perennial than passing time.
Travelling is something no person can say no to. COVID-19 has made us all value the past trips we took, more and the ones we’re yet to take even more.