Education: My English Teacher and a Smiley

I was almost 15 when I got enrolled in high school. Things never really bothered me whether it was money, place or at school.

Why should they?

I belonged to a royal family, and I am born royal. My childish and immature mind never let me slip from my formal state and framed me into a spoiled brat in my school. Friends treated me graciously while teachers conveyed their remarks as the most stubborn and a failure kid of all time. I was a spoiled kid but not in all subjects. I always scored fantastic marks in all other subjects except English. Whenever, my dad used to gaze down the report card, his smile abrupt and eyes get stuck on one subject prominently. As usual, same question was yelled out at me, time and again:

-You scored less in English.

My answer: My English teacher doesn’t like me. It is always easy to blame others especially when the dad questions you! English was not my favorite subject, not because I didn’t like it. But, often it was the teacher’s attitude towards me, which de-motivated my interest for the subject. Grammar and Punctuation used to turn the blue pages of my note book into red remarks. I used to explore my work between the remarks and cross signs displayed on the pages. It was my first day in class tenth. It was a habitual morning, surrounded by my familiar friends and yes, as usual, classes commenced with the English class except the books were new.Oh! One more change happened that day. A new English teacher had come to teach us. So what?  That didn’t inspire me to study English!


A quick introduction to the new class, the teacher started with a new chapter and gave home work for the next class. Next day, I came to class without completing my home work. Expecting the usual treatment for not completing my homework did not made me nervous. How bad she can be? Kneel down for a whole day or being out of the class or insulting remarks would be yelled into my ears. Still puzzled within the option punishment, my English teacher came to me and asked for the homework and I nodded my head indicating that I did not do? She smiled and asked me to do it next day. I repeated my carelessness and my teacher smiled and offered me the chance repeatedly. My carelessness started to deter, and I dared to complete my home work. Mischievous devil in me laughed and said be prepared for all bad remarks in the notebook. Well, the very next day I handed my homework. Her scrutinizing eyes went through my homework. Her eye brows raised, and she looked at me.

That’s it! I am back to square one, flashed in my mind. At the end of the class, my English teacher gave me my note book and thanked me for completing my home work. It was strange. I knew the consequences and much aware of my mistakes. Yet, I wanted to open my notebook. At the end of the page was a “Smiley”. I don’t know what happened next! My body and soul felt light and elated. I wanted to melt in the thin air with joy! Suddenly, English seemed to be the most interesting subject and my grammar and punctuation stopped bothering me in my homework.

Today, I am an active blogger and an established article writer. With each passing day, I never forget to thank my English teacher for the laurels won by me! This article is an attempt to highlight the issue of educating kids in the school. Teachers can always make a healthy change in a kid’s life!



Shaping Your Career with Engineering

For the past many years, modern youth have been craving to become either doctor or an engineer. Surprisingly, there is no paucity in the demand of said professionals even today. It still continues to be one of the most respectable professions. The fields of engineering have been diversified with more and more advancement in different streams from buildings to computers.  Eventually, specializing in a particular stream opens the gateway for aspirants to be eligible candidates to work in a certain industry.  Only experts in individual stream of engineering are able to excel and survive in the real business. Engineering graduates are eligible to work in private sector, public sector or in the government jobs.  Majorly there are four streams of engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Electronics and Chemical which include other branches of engineering studies like aerospace, petroleum and telecommunication etc.

Buildings and towers are touching the sky which has become possible through the efforts of civil engineers. Civil engineering encompasses the design and construction of buildings as well as building of highways, roads, dams and sewage system. Chemical engineer studies the properties and characteristics of different chemicals and elements, providing vital information on how to use them effectively in the production of other useful products. Chemical engineers have helped in the making of polymers, paper, dyes, drugs, plastics, fertilizers, foods, petrochemicals etc.


Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject which includes designing and manufacturing everything from small individual parts and devices like inkjet printer nozzles to large systems like spacecraft and machine tools. Electrical engineering is one of the broader areas of engineering.  Wireless communication and the Internet are just a few areas electrical engineering has helped flourish by developing better phones, more hi-tech computers and high-speed modems. DVD players, radio, television, airplanes, space vehicles, cars, motorcycles, home appliances, life-saving medical equipment, computer games fought with joysticks became possible with the input of electrical engineers.Each stream of engineering has equal opportunities.  As we enter the 21st century, the technology that surrounds us continues to expand and electrical engineers are leading the way whether it is in terms of package or employment opportunities.


MBA- A Complete Business Studies Solution

In this global business environment, competition is not only tough among companies but the competition has become tough for those people who seek to work in such organizations.  This cut throat competition has led to be one of the reasons which have brought the attention of career seekers towards pursuing professional qualification in various streams. MBA (Master of Business Administration) in the field of business administration and management studies is growing as an emerging trend among youth who want to excel in corporate world.

MBA is a complete education solution that touches every aspect of business from manufacturing to corporate governance.   This course is designed for students to specialize in various areas of business like accounting, finance, marketing, human resource and operations management etc.Salaries offered to MBA students are comparatively higher as compared to simple graduates for almost same profile.


This is, one of the reasons which is attracting youngster towards this degree.  Further, this degree certainly provides an opportunity to MBA’s to move up the career ladder faster than non-MBA counterparts.  Lucrative salary and fast promotions are the two charms which has brought the career seekers to rush towards management schools and colleges.

MBA students are taught to work in groups, to establish team work and leadership qualities among them which are very essential qualities to survive in the corporate world.  Beside the curriculum, other useful workshops and training are also conducted by the reputed institutes to build up positive attitude in the student. Hence, qualitative education provided to the MBA degree holders lead them gradually towards upper management positions in a shorter span of time.



Educating Kids

Education is a process of learning and acquiring knowledge. We can either learn through our experiences in life or we go to a school and university. Overall education equips us with sharper thought and skill that help us to build better future. Educating our kids is a big step towards growth and prosperity. A kid who is at early phase of life relies on us for his upbringing and education. They learn what is taught to them and act how they see us behaving. Educating kids is not merely sending them in an expensive school or stacking their bag with big books, but it is also about educating them the ethics of life.

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Social responsibilities and equality towards each other regardless of gender and color is often found in syllabus of the schools, but implementing them in a right way is to be taught by parents. It is the home and surrounding environment where kids spend most of their time and learn valuable lessons on life. They perceive every tit and bits going around them and try to engrave it in their mind. Answering to a question of our child exhausts us but each time we answer their question, we are helping them to clear away the ambiguity developing in their mind. Today, everyone is in the race to educate their child in a manner that they succeed economically.

Well, that’s not a wrong wish!! The ‘Question’ is how kids achieve it?

-Kids often get bounded with the books and laptop to get their goal. Social and moral concern gets side lined with the passage of time.

-Achieve the best result, achieve the best jobs are the only lines that keep buzzing in their ears!

-A few land in big companies, nonetheless with little lessons on ethic in their thoughts!

-It is prudent to educate our kids in a way that the blend of knowledge, skills and ethic goes hand in hand.



Educating Women in Developing the Nation

Women’s education has been debated for pretty long and the conclusion always ended up with a unanimous “Yes” i.e. educate the women. Education plays a vital role in developing the nation and so does its importance becomes more crucial in breeding up the family.

From ancient times, women have been deprived of their many rights of which one is the education. Statistical researchers have found that about 584 million women in the world are still illiterate.

A few would say: What a big deal? Why to educate the women?

An educated woman here does not just symbolize with the degree or result they get from the school or a university. Educated women here mean the women who are at least equipped with knowledge and skill that could help her to improve the quality of life of her family. Education fills in the void of confidence through knowledge in women. The more we educate her, more likely a family benefits.


A survey in various countries came out with an interesting finding. It was found that an educated woman is more likely to have smaller and healthier family than her uneducated counterpart. An educated mother helps in decision making and educates the child in a better way. They are more concerned with the health and welfare of their immediate family and take a viable step towards it.

Booming economic and advancing technology has raised the standard of living. In this scenario an educated women gives an extra helping hand to raise income and boost in smooth running of family.As wisely said by Brigham Young “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.” It is times for us to reach out our hand and educate each girl or women for the complete development of a nation.