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Why Cyber Crime Should Be a Concern for Parents of Young Kids

Posted on Oct 27, 2017

Anushka (name changed) spends most of her time on her laptop. The 8th grader has to submit school homework, complete school projects, and other class activities online. Also, most of her friends are on social media, where she interacts with young friends from different parts of the world. However, she encountered many threats online. From..READ MORE

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10 Point Plan to Help Kids Plan and Prepare for a Bright Career

Posted on Oct 11, 2017

The good part of living in these exciting times is that unlike the older generation, the new generation of kids have a plethora of career options to suit their needs. The challenge however, is that without a focused approach, and a broad spectrum understanding of skills and knowledge, kids will be left far behind in..READ MORE

Is Your Child Ready to Fly Abroad?

Posted on Sep 16, 2017

Often parents who want to send their children for higher studies abroad worry whether it is the right time. The fear of the unknown, the newness of the experience, and the temperament of their child are some of the reasons for parents to feel hesitant about sending their kids abroad. If you, as a parent..READ MORE

How To Deal With Exam Results Anxiety: Tips For Parents And Students

Posted on Aug 07, 2017

You are out with friends talking about sports, the latest fashion trends and TV shows, when suddenly it hits you that exam results are in the horizon.  Your happiness turns into anxiety and you just want to head back home.  Waiting for exam results can be nerve-wracking.  It’s normal to feel stressed, however don’t let..READ MORE

How To Ensure Your Child Is Safe When Studying Overseas?

Posted on Aug 03, 2017

Your child is about to leave home and head for another country to fulfil his/her dreams of studying abroad. Even though you know that it’s an opportunity that would furnish him/her with a lifetime of learning and amazing prospects, you are worried. It’s natural to be so, as your child would be beyond your immediate..READ MORE

Pain Points In Admission Processes And How To Tackle Them

Posted on Jul 31, 2017

Parents who have recently got their child admitted in school will acknowledge that it’s no less than climbing Mount Everest. Though the process is complex and can be blurry with each institution stipulating its own criteria, the task becomes comparatively easy if you approach it like a challenging job assignment. Let’s begin by understanding the..READ MORE

Why Should Parents Consider The Option Of Studying Abroad For Their Kids?

Posted on Jul 20, 2017

As a parent, you understand your child like nobody else. You hand hold your little one to know the world and to try out new things. When you are there, your child feels confident, fearless and enthusiastic. In every step of our life, we look up to our parents and their nod of approval boosts..READ MORE

Benefits Of Studying Abroad With Culturally Diversified Students

Posted on Jul 07, 2017

The 21st century is all about going global, and it is not just a passing trend. As millennial parents, we are more conscious than ever of the importance of making our children equipped with social skills to thrive in a diverse environment. We are no longer nurturing future citizens of our country but individuals who..READ MORE

How Can A Mother Empower Her Child From A Young Age?

Posted on May 26, 2017

The bond that a mother shares with her child is priceless and forever. At the same time, the bond defines and shapes the child’s personality, attitude and perspective of the world. We as children love to shadow our parents and more so our moms. This aspect, challenging yet endearing, assigns every mother a task and..READ MORE

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My Journey From A Full-Time Mother To A Full-Time Working Professional

Posted on May 22, 2017

“When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child” Sophia Loren’s words will resonate with all women who are mothers. I took a sabbatical of 5 years to have my two children and be part of..READ MORE

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Homework: A Burden Or A Beneficial Exercise?

Posted on May 15, 2017

How much is much? The concept of homework has evolved significantly in recent times. It’s true that children are given more in terms of home assignments but the nature of the tasks has changed considerably to make it more interactive rather than cumbersome. In addition to academic based work involving memorization of formulas and theories,..READ MORE

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