In the Beginning
In ancient times, India had the GuruKula system of education in which anyone who wished to study went to a teacher’s house and requested to be taught. 114 more words
I am fortunate enough to be taking a class called “Multicultural Education” which has not only opened my eyes to the entire subject, but has pushed me to want to educate the idea to all of you. 1,355 more words
This is a project I have been wanting to do for a while, and do be warned, it’s a bit of a big’un. It’s in a handy, easy to read table (check me out) , so if you don’t have the time to read it all in one sitting, just come back later and check the rest out. 1,487 more words
Originally published on 17th March, 2015.
As an education enthusiast, you could excuse me for always talking about the quality of education in Nepal, behavior and mentality of students, depressing thoughts of everyone wanting to leave the country in search of better education and opportunities, the pursuit of the ‘degree’ and dreams attached with it, and so on. 1,932 more words
The Not So Daily Blogger – Day #19
Anyone who knows me personally must be thinking, “well, this is going to be interesting” and to be honest, it’s true that I haven’t exactly been the biggest advocate for college, especially since I’ve been introduced to the world of entrepreneurship. 1,946 more words