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Is Technology good or bad?

Posted on Jan 22, 2022 by

Is Technology Good Or Bad ?

 Technology refers to the use of tools, machines, materials, techniques and sources of power to make work easier and more productive.

Technology has brought about efficiency and quality in the manufacturing sector. Technological advancement has reduced the risk involved in manufacturing enterprises. There has been tremendous improvement in the field of health the world over not only the average age of people has increased but the mortality rate has also declined considerably.

This could be possible only because of technological advancement in health sector. There is perhaps no field of human life which has not been affected by technology.  Agriculture, industry, profession, health, education, art, political processes, recreation, religious activities and daily life activities all are under the influence of technology.

But , it is important to keep in mind that technological advancement has affected human life both positively as Well as negatively. Not only that life has become easy and comfortable, there are also indications of several threats to life and society in the future due to use/misuse of modern technology.

Our society misuses technology in many ways . From internet issues such as cyberbullying, copyright infringement, and cyberstalking to an over dependence on technology, whether it's watching too much TV or texting too much, our society has a strong relationship with technology. Technology misuse is also not limited to the home, but is found in businesses and schools as well. There different ways in which society misuses technology.

Technology isn't all bad. If it weren't for technology, we wouldn't have items such as MRI machines or other medical equipment that helps to save lives every day especially in current scenarios where the whole world is under the threat of COVID-19. Technology can be either used for a good cause or in a dangerous way. For example - People creates websites to spread information about various topics , whereas some cyber criminals create websites to con other persons . Therefore, the technology can be used either in a good way or for a bad cause, it completely depends on how the technology is been used. So, it is our responsibility to use the technology in a way which is useful for us and as well as for the society.   


Blog by Anand Gangwar




Education System in India

Posted on Jan 21, 2022 by

Education System in India


At present, education is the major issue in India. If we talk about education system then everyone would say that education system of India is not good.

Then, I have a question for you that who made this education system? We only are responsible for this; we have created this and are still promoting it. All say that education system is faulty but did anyone think to change it?

In schools, teachers are spoon feeding the students and we are being fed. Then who is responsible for this? Teacher dictates theories, we write them and start mugging up . Is this education? That you start mugging up no matter what it mean and if someone asks to explain it then we have no apt answer! Why?? Because we have not understood or asked the teacher to explain it, practically.

In India the major problem is that we don't understand the things or concepts practically. Why? If something is happening, then why? And if any thing is made then how? The major problem with us is that we actually don't want to understand the concepts and in case if any one wants to understand then their is feeling of shyness that what would other students think about him that he is such a good student and he is not able to understand. That's why some students do not understand the thing clearly.

In some schools education system is changing as teachers are explaining pactically through internet sources. Maths lab is opening where students can understand maths concepts practically and visualise the figures, Science labs where students can understand all the theories practically via experimentation and English Labs where open discussions and debates are held on varied educational and social issues.

The education system needs change and we should bring it!

-Chandan Shukla (Class VIII)

Covid Warriors

Posted on Jan 22, 2022 by





TOPIC- Doctors are covid warriors fighting the biggest battle of their lives.

As I sit in the balcony enjoying a calm morning during lockdown, I am distracted by my Elder Sister's voice chanting the Hanuman Chalisa??, her daily ritual before going to the hospital. She  has been appointed the junior doctor  in a Covid-19 ward at our M.Kashiram Government Hospital. Months have passed since I have hugged her  as her duty requires them to isolate from the family. Meanwhile, I see my mother, anxious, tossing a round chapatti (roti). Only a day earlier, she had read about the violence against doctors and paramedical staff at Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, over the issue of non-availability of ICU beds.

The country is battling a virus that has devastated hundreds of families. But who is to be blamed? Is it the laxity of the authorities or the paucity of resources?

They say a doctor’s motivation to treat his patients is backed by the patient’s social background (religion, caste, region) but I have grown up in a family of doctors and have closely observed that my elder sister is equally heartbroken by the death of every patient without prejudice.

My heart  aches to see my elder sister tirelessly working in PPEs to save as many lives as possible, yet, at the dining table, they express their dismay of being blatantly unprotected against the verbal abuse, telephonic threats, physical assault, murder and arson that their colleagues are being subjected to, regularly.

The agonising question that boils in my head is — why is there a need for the ‘black  ??  badge’ protest against violence on doctors? Is this the reward for toiling day and night, sacrificing their family life when the general public stays protected within the four walls of their houses in the arms of their loved ones?

The phone rings , it’s from the hospital; they have informed my sister  that for the next fortnight she will be managing the Covid ward as the other senior doctor has been tested positive with the virus.

I  have tears in my  eyes. I sit down with my mother  and I quote the lines of a Hindi song that was made as a tribute to doctors: “Beemar hai jo kis dharm ka hai, humsein na kabhi bhed hua. Sarhad pe jo wardi khaki thi, ab uska rang safed hua" "(We never discriminate patients based on their religion. The border uniform was khakhi earlier but now it’s white).”

It is this moment that we all need to realise that the country is fighting one of its worst battles and this battle has soldiers in the form of all the Covid warriors who, with their untiring efforts, are reinforcing people’s faith in humanity. 

The onus is on their families too. They have to be as brave as the family of a soldier and uplift the spirits of these heroes. In the words of Dr K.K. Agarwal, Padma Shree recipient and an eminent cardiologist, in his last speech before his death from Covid pneumonia: “The show must go on”. We can get through only if all of us put forth our mindful and conscious efforts.

The next morning, as I sit with my mother in the balcony, I see my elder sister  leaving for  hospital duty, proudly wearing her white apron   and carrying the stethoscope around the neck as her  favourite Jewellery.

#Stay Home , #Stay Safe .....



Blog by - Yuvika Srivastava, class 8th

Black Lives Matter

Posted on Jan 22, 2022 by

Black Lives Matter


Being black or not having a porcelain white skin, does that mean you are meant to be discriminated, bullied or you are not allowed to live a dignified life.

Black lives matter also known as BLM movement is a worldwide movement which focuses on racial segregation. People who are born with black or non-white skin are always subjected to brutal behavior in our society. This is not only practiced before twentieth century but is still present in our society.

God created all humans impartially, we all are equal for him, then from where does this discrimination arise?  The answer is Human’s perception and thinking.

White men and women always tried to create their preeminence. We all know about the racial discrimination that was practiced in Africa. Nelson Mandela was the one who tried to abolish this inhumane practice of Apartheid in 1990s. But we have seen last year, George Floyd who was murdered during the police custody. This case led to the biggest black lives matter revolt in the US.

I have always envisaged a world full of amazement, bliss, joy, blossomed trees, crimson clouds, thrilled trees waiting for the spring to come, a place where humans treats other humans on the basis of their work, nature and demeanor rather than their race, colour, gender, cast and religion.

We can still create this Earth, a beautiful place by changing our mindset and respecting every human being. We should respect each and every race, colour and gender. Let’s change our perception and vision!

Anudisha Jaiswal

Class: XIth A


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