Student Depression and Anxiety

The 21st century has seen the most rapid increase in development such as transportation, telecommunication, automobiles, refrigerators and many other forms of technology. It has made our lives not just easier but sufficiently tolerable, however in tandem with this development came the physical and intangible difficulties such as poverty, inflation, anxiety, depression, health issues, and... Continue Reading →

Implement Pass-Fail Grading System

Schooling is a significant part of every child’s life while growing up. The decisions and policies that exist in a school do not only affect a child’s life at school but are usually seen to have greater implications that stretch well and beyond into personal and professional life in the future. The issue of replacing... Continue Reading →

Child Labor In Developing Countries

Child labor is a grave issue facing the entire world. An estimated 168 million children aged 5–17 worldwide, were involved in child labor in 2013 (Khakshour et al. ).As economies and firms stay locked in a cut-throat battle to achieve success and maximize profits, innocent children are coerced to pay the price.Why? These innocent souls... Continue Reading →

Social Media: For Good or For Bad

It is an undeniable fact that social media has plagued our lives. It allows us to create and share information, ideas and other form of expressions via virtual networks. Social media has been so intertwined in our lifestyle that it has become an irreplaceable element of our lives. In recent years, social media has proved... Continue Reading →

Electoral System in Democratic Countries

One of the most often problems faced by many democratic countries is the process of voting. There are about 192 countries in the world and within them about 123 are democratic. Every country has its own voting system through which they elect their leaders and government. When we talk about the voting system the power... Continue Reading →

Critique on Kanhaiya Kumar’s speech

Link to the original article Kanhaiya Kumar, the former president of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Federation and chief of All India Student Federation, delivered a galvanizing and provocative speech on March 4, 2016 at Jawaharlal Nehru University campus after getting free from jail on March 2, 2016. The harangue was casted live on media on... Continue Reading →

Critique on, “What Are Pakistani College Students All About?” by Howard Schweber

Link to the original article The article, “What Are Pakistani College Students All About?” has been written by Howard Schweber. This article appeared first in The Friday Times, Lahore in 2010 .The author wrote this article after his teaching experience at Lahore University of Management Sciences and is mainly based on his observations made during that time. Schweber is an Associate... Continue Reading →

Reading Habits Changing Over Time

Today, there is something missing in our lives, something which could help us grow in a beneficial way, which could help us improve our civilization and culture. That “something” is not some angel’s spell but actually it’s the ability and skill of reading which has been engraved deep down somewhere inside us. It’s not exactly... Continue Reading →

Water Supply Design For Bambui

This report is written for the purpose of implementing a new design for the people of Bambui and to bring about a sustainable future. The engineers without borders or also known as EWB is a non-profit organization which helps in developing new and innovative ideas in different communities to make life easier. For the EWB... Continue Reading →

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