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My Dream Attitudinal Institution

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A comprehensive paper on the educational projects under our NGO THE BACKDROP We all have learnt, “Knowledge is power”. But, ‘power’ in itself is an incomplete phenomenon for it needs yet another driving force to streamline knowledge. Therefore, ‘Knowledge’ being the very source of ‘power’, is also not a conclusive idea. What is it that […]

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An Attitudinal Renaissance

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Not culture, religion, power, wealth, environment, fate, opportunity or any thing else–not even God, it is human attitude, which is rudimentarily responsible for all affairs in the society and the world. Attitude, again, is endowed with all the potentiality to influence how the future world is about to change regardless of changing for the better […]

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Finesse with Fines

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It was one of those warm autumn afternoons of March. I was preparing for my trip to Kolkata to conduct a program for one of my clients. I received a call from a reliable source to inform me that my case under scrutiny with the IT department will not be resolved easily in spite of […]

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Habits Intillectualizes

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In the pompous expanse of the Darbar Hall, Taj palace about 400 affluent, most Indian of course, assembled to be enlightened by the legend called Dr. Stephen R Covey. Yes, I was one of them who had their habits intellectualized the other day i.e. on the 16th October. However, I wonder how much of this […]

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A Trust With Feast – A True Incidence

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This is not a story. It happened last year on this day when I joined the family picnic party of Sonalika Group. I worked as the Vice President Human Resource of the group for a few months.”I saw those three beggar children in Chamba.They were thin and dark, and wore shabby and dirty clothes. Strangely […]

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Humanity – A True Incidence

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Bansal Medicos, a local chemist shop has been supplying medicines for my mother since we are staying here in Ashok Vihar, New Delhi. My mother directly calls Bansal, the proprietor on phone and he sends medicines immidiately at our door-step. He receives my mother’s calls polititely and addresses my mother as Mamma. As we are […]

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