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Latest Articles in psychology

Student's Ideal - Learning Without Being Taught

Today, Psychology is a very popular major across Indian Private Universities, more and more students – even though interested in Psychology from their first year, choose to enroll in a broader program in order to keep their options open.

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We are very different in giving experiences to a student or even a faculty, Says Professor (Dr.) Chavi Bhargava Sharma, Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, Manav Rachna International University

Conferred with a 5 Star rating by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Rating System in the area of Teaching, Facilities, Social Responsibility and Inclusiveness, Manav Rachna University is highly focused on the student. Chhavi Bhargava Sharma discusses how they make and send out good people.

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DMIA Brain Capacity Test can help parents give their child a good “head start”

An increasing number of parents are taking their children, as young as one year-old, for the Dermatoglyphics Multiple Intelligence Analysis (DMIA). The 10-minute analysis, costing Rs 5,000, aims to unveil one’s genetic potential based on a study of the ridge patterns on the tips of one’s fingers.

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Typical Teen Issues root in Early Childhood Family Practice

Rebellion, grades, distraction, back answering, discipline, stress, and fear of failure: these are attitudes that’s extremely subtle, it does not ring a bell immediately, nor appear to resonate with the typical teen issues. Yet these once incorporated, will hold you in good stead right through student years, career and old age too.

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"Education should make children more aware about the world and themselves", says Rohit Shah, an actor and a student.

While Rohan Shah is a familiar face on television and silver screen, very few know that he has been working for almost sixteen years in the media industry. Despite of a glam environment, Rohan, unlike many child artists, has a unique take on the purpose and philosophy of education.

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