Monthly Archives: May 2013

CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY LIVE

A Wonderful Poem by Dorothy Law Nolte If a child lives with criticism, he learns to condemn. If a child lives with hostility, he learns to fight. If a child lives with fear, he learns to be apprehensive. If a … Continue reading

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Multiple Intelligences: Understanding different learning styles to adapt lessons to various strengths

Multiple Intelligences! We know them, but let’s just do a recap! Each of us has a learning style as unique as our fingerprints. We have a unique way to take in information. store information. retrieve information. It is very important … Continue reading

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Author receives Chavundaraya Award

Author of our forthcoming publications, Professor S. Settar, is the recipient of the prestigious Chavundaraya Award for his works: Inviting Death (Revised Edition) & Pursuing Death (Revised Edition) For details, please visit http://rsgr.in/17qrqFs These books will soon be released in forthcoming … Continue reading

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Workshop on Mathematics

A workshop on ‘Effective Techniques for Calculations’ was organised on 10 May 2013 at Maharaja Agarsain Public School, Ashok Vihar, Delhi in which more than 500 students from the school participated. The students enjoyed this workshop conducted by Ms Aditi Singhal. We … Continue reading

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Our CSR Initiative: Ratna Sagar supports MangoT20 Campaign

Ratna Sagar has donated 1000 books to support the MangoT20 Campaign For details, please visit here

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The Statesman: Book Review: Dilemmas of diasporic identitie

Review of our Higher Academic Title “Desi Dreams: Indian Immigrant Women Build Lives Across Two Worlds” by Ashidhara Das was published in The Statesman dated 18 May 2013 Dilemmas of diasporic identitie – TheStatesman

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Marketing Editor Required

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Toon for Educators

Amidst all the action in e-scenario in education, heres a look at the conventional blackboard!!

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Teaching Strategy for Knowledge Retention

“What I hear, I forget; what I see, I remember; what I do, I understand” – Confucius For all the teachers, this ones for you!! How do you ensure knowledge retention in students? How deep and long lasting is learning? … Continue reading

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No wastage please – we’re environment-friendly

For Ratna Sagar it has primarily been about quality as a basic business principle, and providing its clients and customers with services that set tough standards to follow. Quality maintenance has always gone hand-in-hand with ‘identifying and controlling environmental impact … Continue reading

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