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Author: EduConTra

Nursing,  they say, is a noble profession, which is why many young people in India opt for a nursing course after completing Grade XII India being a developing country, the living […]
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  “Books are man’s best friends” is an oft-repeated cliché. But there is no denying the fact that one learns more from books than from any other source. Reading for […]
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Way back in 2005, when we launched our IELTS classes and put up banners across the city, the first call we got was from one Mr. Qayam Hadi. He introduced […]
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Corporate governance is the ‘enhancement of the long-term shareholder value while at the same time protecting the interests of other stakeholders.” It has come to occupy a prominent position in […]
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I  have been training students for IELTS for the past 12 years and have always been bombarded with questions about the IELTS Here are some questions asked by student and […]
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EduConTra has decided to have fun activities for students every Friday to make the learning process entertaining and innovative Today’s game was “Find the Hidden Word”         […]
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Respect for elders is something that is taught in India the moment a child knows his bearings. That is the uniqueness of our culture. Yet, today, we find that the […]
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Children of today are more familiar with their mobiles than with their school curriculum. Things have come to such a pass that even parents proudly flaunt their child’s mobile literacy. […]
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A child can be compared to a bud. If you have observed, a bud needs to be plucked with force. It does not leave the plant easily. That is because it […]
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In India, a teacher is considered above God. For we say Mata, Pita, Guru, Deivam in a regional language – which translates to Mother, Father, Preceptor and then God. There […]
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