Question & Answers?

Thulasidharan , Grade 6
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Presidency Kasturinagar
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Because they are vibrant, full of energy, innovative and keen learners. The ignited minds of the youth is most powerful resource on the earth, above the earth and under the earth.

R Anand , Grade 9
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Presidency School
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Right to Education Bill Assent has been accorded for the 86th Constitution Amendment Act ? Right to Education Bill for children between the age group of 5 and 14 years. But an Act alone cannot achieve the goal unless the education is delivered in a manner, which will take into account the socio-economic reality, and perception of people to whom it is addressed. Apart from attracting children to schools, the education system should be able to provide nourishment and inject creativity among the children. Also the aim of the education system should be to build character, human values enhance the learning capacity through technology and build the confidence among children to face the future.

Sreesha , Grade 10
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Presidency School
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Have an aim in life, acquire knowledge, work hard and persevere.

Sudhanshu , 10th Standard
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Presidency School
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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My primary school teacher Sri Sivasubramania Iyer inspired me through one of his science class. While he was teaching, the way he taught how the birds fly, that incident made me to think of flying high in life. That led to my career prospects and made me to work hard to achieve the goal. Dreams are very important because they will wake you up from sleep and will lead to constant thinking for realizing the dream. Thinking leads to action.

Prashanth, , 10th Std
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Presidency School
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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This is not true. India has made significant progress in many areas and the economy has grown at an average of about 7 to 8% in the last decade. Of course moving ahead in the next ten years, we need innovative ways to achieve development and integrated mission for rural area. This collective action will lead to economically developed nation by 2020.

Sharan , -
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Presidency School
Bangalore
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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We have to evolve a society that will respect differences and celebrate differences. What are the various issues on tolerance?
1. Tolerance for people?s opinion
2. Tolerance for people?s culture
3. Tolerance for people?s belief system
4. and Tolerance for people?s styles

Niharika , 8th Standard
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BGSPS
Bagepalli
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Our governance system needs a change and we have to build the system on trust and implant effective mechanism to detect the wrong doings rather than stifling the growth of the spirit of entrepreneurship of every citizen with rules and regulations that have many loop holes for the known to get evaded.

M. N. Apoorva , -
9th Standard
BGSS
Manchanabale
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Children minds are less biased. I am trying to imbibe the spirit ?I can do it?, ?Courage? and ?Righteousness? among them. So that nation will get the enlightened citizens in the future.

Supriya , 9th Standard
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SBS
Srinivasapur
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Wherever people participation in eliminating the terrorism, there you can find terrorism will find it difficult to penetrate. Hence it is essential to increase the awareness among the public and that will help the government agencies in sensing the activities which leads to terrorism.

P. N. Priyanka , 9th Standard
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SBS
Srinivasapur
Posted On 29-Aug-2010


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Certainly there is an attraction towards a field which gives employment and wealth. That is nothing wrong. IT Knowledge has brought prosperity to many. Slowly the situation will change. But what will give the long term growth, that is to invest our knowledge and resource in the field of core competence that we posses in the nation and create knowledge wealth (Intellectual Property) that will bring overall sustained growth to the country and to all.



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