In recent couple of weeks a new mini series about Chernobyl has premiered on the television and scored a phenomenal success. Tourism in the area has since hiked up significantly. According to those who were present at the real event, thus far, this series by HBO comes closest to the real events.
It has been 33 years since the disaster at Chernobyl but life goes on. There are altogether 1500 people still working at the power plant. Others who have entered the zone ‘illegally’ and run grocery shops, grow their own livestock and crops. Although Pripyat is obviously no longer the exemplary town it was, people have been back. Yes, life goes on.
If you are a fan of mathematics, then you know that finding a solution to a mathematical puzzle or challenge can be a lot of fun, but the challenges posed by textbooks and exams can be very dull and repetitive.
With more than 40 universities across the country, Australia is amongst the top destinations for international students. With numerous scholarships that cover tuition fees and living expenses, top-tier education becomes for affordable for students of all backgrounds.
If you’re having your eyes on studying in the US, meeting TOEFL requirements will pave the way to your desired college or university. To see if TOEFL is right for you, here is an overview of what to expect of the exam.
Neerja Birla, Founder and Chairperson of the Aditya Birla Education Trust (ABET) in India and the Mpower initiative - promoting mental health and wellbeing in the most holistic manner conceivable, in this interview with Youth Time discusses the COVID-19 pandemic from a different angle.
Starting college is always an exciting time, and many people look back on their college years fondly for the rest of their lives, so it's only natural that new students want to make the most of the experience and have as much fun as possible along the way.