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  • Mar 01 2019

    Physics has been working as an everlasting brain teaser to humans from the beginning of human evolution. Physics is a study of nature and the phenomenon that take place here by.   If you find it challenging to understand concepts of physics, or want to explore beyond books, check the following list of sites which are all about physics.   Brilliant ( https://brilliant.org ) This is a Fantastic website for all the basic science lovers, this has nothing to do with...

  • Mar 01 2019

    Exams, the only time when students are under stress. We all want to get tips for good results. Little do we know that it all lies in our hands. Our results are mostly dependent on our hard work, but we can multiply its effect by studying smartly. So here are a few tips for you to make a smart study plan:   Time to study - The best time to study is said to be in the morning. A fresh mind is always ready to accept and register new things fast and therefore studying in the morning may help ...

  • Feb 27 2019

    “We may encounter many defeats but we must not be defeated.” -Maya Angelou   Karate is a martial art that needs a great deal of determination and commitment but also immense support and encouragement from peers and family, which helps more than you think it does! And if your school supports you too, its just cherry on the cake.   Meet a 10-year-old master “Never Give Up” is the only thing which keeps running in my mind. We need to continuously part...

  • Feb 13 2019

    “The time is past when humankind thought it could selfishly draw on exhaustible resources. We know now the world is not a commodity."  François Hollande, Former President of France   From melting polar caps to dying marine life, droughts to floods, rising sea-level to ocean acidification, the climate around us is changing tremendously. Headlines like – “Delhi Pollution: Air quality at its absolute low, city gasps for breath” are hard to miss. Each o...

  • Feb 13 2019

    We all have taken a ride in a car while a few among us may own a car. But have we ever thought how does a car work?  Apart from petrol and engine, there are other machinery which all work at the same time to keep the car moving. Let us have a look at the components which take part in making a car move.   The Starting System  The starting system is the nervous system of the car. As soon as the key is inserted into the ignition switch and then turned to the start position, a sma...

  • Feb 12 2019

    “At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since.”  ― Salvador Dali   Do you remember what you wanted to be when you were six or seven? I wanted to be a Pilot. My friend a Bollywood actor. None of us took us seriously and neither did we. It was just a passing dream.  But there are few kids who come to know the secret of dreams at quite an early age. That dreams are turned into realit...

  • Jan 28 2019

    Why matchsticks are attracted by magents after being burnt?   Experiment What you need: A neodymium magnet, matchsticks with redheads   What to do:  Bring magnets close to the matchsticks. They won't get attracted. Now burn the matchsticks. Again bring the magnets closer. They will now stick to the magnet.   Question: Why matchsticks are not attracted at first but change their behaviour after burning?   Explanation: The heads of the matchsticks have...

  • Jan 25 2019

    Why does a falling magnet slow down in an aluminium foil tunnel?   Experiment What you need: A neodymium magnet, an aluminium foil roll will enough space for the magnet to fall in it   What to do:  Give your magnet a free fall and it falls normally. Make sure to avoid breaking it. Now put the magnet over aluminium foil and allow it to fall. It will fall slower.   Question: Why magnet slows down?   Explanation: As magnet falls down the roll, it carries it...

  • Jan 25 2019

    Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. - William Butler Yeats   Studies can be unimaginative and boring. It is easy to end up yawning and day-dreaming when you really don't like what you are doing. Remembering scores and player statistics of a cricket match never seem so difficult as remembering tediously worded theories and formulas. Herein lies the catch. Being really good at something requires you to love it thoroughly.   Why do we never forget t...

  • Jan 14 2019

    “She is not philosophy, I am not an ethical question. I will not risk my existence to satisfy your curiosity.” - Heidi Heilig, The Ship Beyond Time    1947, the year that led to the division of British India into two separate states of India and Pakistan. When India got its long-awaited Independence on 15 Aug 1947, the princely states (565 odd- states, most of them were either ruled by Muslim nawabs or Hindu Rajas) had a choice to make, to either be a part of India or...