Most people around the world might think that being educated is somewhat not important. Experts say that despite spatio-temporal differences, education is significant. Here are some reasons.
Knowledge – This is the basic thing you can get from education. Of course, you will know various things from history to mathematics, to political science, to literature. This knowledge will definitely play a huge role in your life and guide you to fully understand that events in a cohesive manner.
Awareness of rights – Being educated will allow you to know not only your responsibilities as a citizen but also the rights you can enjoy. Regardless of whether they are consumer rights against exploitation from your employer or perhaps knowing about what is due to you can greatly help in raising your voice if you notice that there is something wrong around you.
Ethics and Moral – Education will help humans to realize that they are different from other species by inculcating in them some moral values. You will know the importance of living an ethical life.
Know how to properly socialise – Man is considered a social animal. Being educated will bring you into a
Exam period probably felt like one of the most stressful times of your life. I know, because I’ve been there. It is also likely that you had a lot of people telling you how great it would feel when your exams were done. Except they were wrong. In fact, you are likely to be just as nervous about receiving the results as you were when you sat the exams. So to help you through this tense period, here are a few tips you can use to banish those nerves.
1. Take up a hobby
Chances are you might be feeling more nervous than you have to about your results because it’s all you can think about. So why not take up a hobby! Spending a few hours a week doing something new will help take your thoughts off your exam results and keep your mind focused elsewhere.
Yoga is a particularly great hobby to take up when your body and mind is in need of relaxation. However if you can’t quite picture yourself in a yoga pose, why not have a shot at that hobby you’ve secretly always wanted to do? You’ll soon realise your
The ongoing battle of words between Piers Morgan and Virender Sehwag seems to be reaching new heights, at least as far as Piers Morgan is concerned. The man may be quick to admonish anyone who doesn’t ‘dot their I’s or cross their T’s but his insistence on grammatical sentencing and spelling is not going down well with a lot of people. The poor ‘bard’ must be literally shaking in his grave!
English is a funny language, we have heard many say. And indeed it is through its nuances of sounds and spellings that can throw even the most seasoned off-guard. But without doubt English is one of the most widely spoken languages and easily the most popular for communication at international levels.
The new British Prime Minister, Theresa May recently announced a huge reform to the UK education policy by calling for a new generation of selective schools. She has vowed to bring in legislation to overturn the ban on new grammar schools, a policy which has been in effect since 1998. Grammar schools have had a dubious distinction of taking up for the higher echelons of society.
But first, let’s understand what a ‘Grammar