Top ten Boarding Schools in India

The sector of schooling and education is reaching new heights. There are a lot of schools that have many things they claim to be teaching their students. It often becomes very difficult to arrive at a decision with so many choices. When we think of boarding schools there are certain areas of concern like the academic growth of the students, the safety norms followed by the schools, the reputation, the past results, the teaching culture, the atmosphere created for the students. While selecting an educational institute for your children or for yourself, these points need to have clear answers in your mind. On the basis of the above-mentioned points we have a list of the top ranking Boarding Schools in India for your review:

  1. The Doon School, Uttarakhand

The School that hardly needs an introduction. The Doon school is a boys-only boarding school that holds a position in the top ten schools in India with boarding facility and a strong curriculum.

  1. Bishop Cotton School, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
  The Bishop Cotton School Shimla is one of the oldest and most reputed schools in the country. It has a heritage 158 years of education. The institution has a Boys only campus in Shimla and a girl’s only campus in Bangalore.

  1. Welham Girls School, Dehradun, Uttarakhand.
  The Welham School for girls was established in 1957. The school has been listed in the top ranking schools with boarding facility since 2013.

  1. Mayo College, Ajmer, Rajasthan
  Mayo College, Ajmer is again a heritage college known as ‘Eton of the East, since its establishment in the year 1857. A boy’s only college with a very good reputation and exclusive in-house facilities and museum for students.

  1. John’s International Residential School, Chennai
  St. John’s International School, Chennai is a very well reputed school in South India. They have a tagline of ‘Educating and Educaring’. Has also won an award for Computer Education by  Late. Dr.Abdul Kalaam.

  1. The Scindia School, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh
The Scindia School has been educating India since 1897.In those times; the school was open for only royal princes especially from the Maratha dynasty.  However, now the school is open to general public. The Scindia School has a strict student teacher of 1:12.

  1. New Era High School, Panchgani
The New Era High School is one of the first Bahá'ís education projects in India. It was founded in 1945.The school gained popularity after its presence in the movie Taare Zameen Par.

  1. Sarala Birla Academy, Bangalore

The Sarala Birla School, Banglore is a well reputed residential school only for boys. The school follows the IGSE and IB Diploma program, one of the most popular and competitive programs today.

  1. Sherwood College, Nainital
  The Sherwood College is one of the oldest colleges in India. It dates back to 1869.The school has a very large library and, attention is given to co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

  1. Joseph’s School, Darjeeling
The schools opened doors in February 1888. And has since had students coming from different geographical and cultural backgrounds. St. Joseph’s School has a very keen interest in sports along with academics.

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Resegregation of Schools in US and its Impact

ResegregationOfSchoolInUS-blogimage-globaleducates-11july-1 Resegregation of schools in the US has been making news since quite some time. Mostly because of the demographic composition, the developed state is facing this problem. Being a multi racial culture there are several issues that crop again and again that may or may not get equal opportunities to the citizens, irrespective of their rights. And now, schools too are facing the same problem. However, it is important to pay attention to the actual state of affairs and one should not reach to any conclusion merely because of media hype. As per the report issued by GAO i.e. the U.S. Government Accountability Office, it has been found that there has been an increase among the percentage of US schools in between the years 2000 and 2013 with somewhat high percentages of minor, Black and Hispanic students. Moreover, it was also stated that resegregated schools offer less number of courses to the students as compared to those schools that serve students who fall under low income group or the minor students. Not only that, the percentage of suspending students and at times, expelling or holding back students of ninth grade are very high. Whatever the actuality is, one thing is sure; students are likely to get affected in terms of quality education and various other privileges for sure, especially the ones with low income groups and those who comes under minority. Some of the findings received after conducting several surveys have put forward important information. It would be wise to ignore the false interpretation of what media people have to say. Measuring segregation in a proper way by using appropriate methods can help to have a clear picture of the reality therein. First and the foremost thing that needs to be given consideration is that, segregation is a serious thing, especially in education. The point is not what is happening actually, the point is - What meaning one should derive from the report published by GAO, for it is common even for an outsider to tell that US being a habitat of multi ethnic population is and must be facing a problem of segregation. As per some of the core findings, there has been a considerable increase in serving Black and Hispanic students for a very long time, especially between the period 2000 and 2013. From this, one can conclude that a large number of schools in the US have been serving minority students but this doesn’t necessarily mean “resegregation”. There has been an increase in the number of minority students and so in the number of schools for such students, nationally. Also the various methods used to measure resegregation need to be classified properly. Either way, the problem cannot be addressed.

Choosing A Right MBA Program

If you are applying for an MBA program, it means you are taking a big step in your life. It is a very crucial step which is going to be a turning point in your career. There are many different MBA programs to choose from and in different countries. So, the entire process might be quite confusing and you may not know from where to start. By going through this blog you will be in a position to choose the correct MBA program for you.

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Full-time M.B.A Program:

The full-time MBA program is for those candidates who have 2 – 7 years of work experience. It requires the candidates to quit their job and give full time to studies. In U.S. A, the duration of the full-time M.B.A program is about two years. Many US-based business schools also offer accelerated, one year M.B.A program.

At the beginning of the first year, two years, full-time M.B.A program will facilitate networking. Some M.B.A program requires students to complete an internship during summer. There are chances that the internship turns into a job offer after the students gets graduate.

In the second year, the M.B.A program (full-time) is often dedicated to optional courses.

In U.K, Europe and some other parts of the world, the duration of the full-time M.B.A program is about one year. This one-year program doesn’t allow students to complete an internship. Normally, a consulting project is offered to students as an alternative to an internship.

Many students choose full time M.B.A program to change their career or a country.

Part-Time M.B.A Program:

The part-time M.B.A program is for those students who don’t want to quit their current job. This option is more flexible than a full-time M.B.A program. Part-time M.B.A programs are flexible and can last from anywhere, depending on how much time student is dedicated to his studies. Depending on the student’s schedule, most of the schools allow students to take courses on weekends or weeknights.

Students with a part-time MBA degree cannot expect the same kind of a career as the student with full-time MBA degree has.

Executive M.B.A Program (EMBA):

The executive M.B.A program is for those candidates who are geared towards specific kinds of profession or those who have considerable leadership experience. Students pursuing an EMBA program normally have 7 – 10years of work experience. The EMBA are also part-time with many scheduling options. Some schools offer classes on weekends, some in the evenings, and some offers modular scheduling options like one week in a month. These programs normally last for 16 to 22 months.

Online M.B.A program:

The online M.B.A program is for those candidates who need flexibility in terms of scheduling and geography. Most of the online MBA allows students to complete their coursework as per their own convenience and some are structured in a cohort format. These programs take 3 to 4 years to complete, although some can be completed in a shorter period of time.

In Online M.B.A Program, most of the classes are delivered through pre-recorded lectures and some programs are immediate lectures. For “synchronous “classes the students have to be online for specific times. Although, online M.B.A allows students to pursue their course as per their own convenience, some business school offers community-building opportunity. Some schools require students to meet each other through webcams for an online discussion every week.

Blended M.B.A Program:

The Blended M.B.A Program is for those candidates who are working professionals with no desire to quit their current job. The blended M.B.A Program is the combination of Part-Time M.B.A Program and Online M.B.A. It involves online study with face to face sessions. This program includes face-to-face workshops for every semester, study-as-you-go online tasks and conversation in electronic forums.

Global or International M.B.A Program:

Global or International M.B.A Program is for those candidates who are pursuing careers in international business. This M.B.A Program is not an authorized category, but it is a very common designation for many MBA programs. It attracts higher percentage of international students and faculties. This program doesn’t concentrate on any one country’s business practices. During the course, many business schools offer students with the opportunity to rotate between different business schools.

Now, you have all the information about different type of M.B.A Programs. It’s now the time to sit with an MBA expert and confirm your choice. You also need to select two business schools to which you think you have chances of getting admission.

Best lesson learned outside the classroom

Teachers are the precious gifts of the gods. They are tolerant, kind and firm. A teacher doesn’t only mean a teacher in the classroom who teaches you Science, Maths, English, etc. It can be your parents or your siblings or your relatives. Anyone can be a teacher; even an outsider can be a teacher who can teach you the lesson of your life.

It was a sunny day, and I was in 5th grade. I was on my way of lunch. Lunch was only two periods away from the end of the day. I sat with my friends for a lunch and we were having a conversation about studies. All of a sudden a bunch of jerky seniors came to ruin my day. They poured cranberry juice on me and my friends. When I came home, a huge cloud of dust landed on me. I couldn’t control my anger. It was our maid who was cleaning the house. I stared angrily at her. She apologized but I was not in a mood to accept her apology. All of a sudden I saw my mother. She was looking at me with piercing eyes. I told her everything. My mother said that she had heard everything and whatever I did was not correct.


She said, “Why you were so rude to a woman who is as old as your grandmother is? And after seeing me, you started complaining about her. If you respect your seniors, your next generation will respect you. Today your behaviour was very bad”.

Always remember, you should respect your elders. You have to understand this at a very young age. I realized my mistake and I apologize our maid. My maid smiled and said it’s ok. On that day, I learned the most important lesson of my life.

These are the kind of lesson which a teacher outside your classroom will teach you. Whenever you feel that someone is trying to teach you something good, grasp it. Remember, whenever someone you trust tries to teach you something, it is for your own good.

Things that will disappear from Classroom in Next 10 Years

Do you remember how you used to get excited when as a kid you use to enter a computer lab? 10 years back, we used to get curious by seeing new technology in the classroom. But, now it has become our necessity. Technology has entered the classroom and in future there are chances that because of the technology we will have to say good bye to a few things in the classroom. Here is the list of a few things which are likely to disappear from classroom in next 10 years.


Textbooks are the first things that will disappear from classroom in next 10 years. Textbooks are the set of content that a students use to understand the basic knowledge of perspective. As modern techniques of teaching are being introduced in the classroom textbooks will become less popular. Textbooks will be replaced by e-Books as they are cheaper, updated and quickly accessible and more interactive.

Classroom instruction:

Classroom instructions means a traditional way of teaching were a teacher stands in front of the classroom and teach the lesson to the students. In the next 10 years, students will research, listen to the online information, and take online tests as per their convenience. The teacher will play the role of a facilitator. The teacher will functions as a “go-to” person when the help is needed in managing experiments or providing directions for the lesson.

Teachers Desk:

Technology helps the students by allowing them to access internet and interact with journals, books and web pages online. Students also have their own social networks and groups where they can connect with the experts. The teacher only needs to be present as a reference point in order to reduce distraction and help students with their relevant topics.

Student’s desks:

Change in the technology has personalized learning. Personalized learning will keep the students engaged in their studies. In the flexible classroom the student’s desk will be replaced by comfortable furniture that might include bean bags, swings, sofas or double-deck beds.

Computer labs:

With the devices like laptops and iPads students are no longer confined to the computer lab. They can work on any assignment from home, in the classroom, or while standing at the bus stop etc. The computer labs will disappear and classroom will look like a computer lab.

Educational system on our planet is being changed. But, I don’t think change is the thing that we need. A traditional teaching method involving students and teachers in the classroom is not at all terrible. Teacher needs to find new ways of teaching so that these things won’t disappear from the classroom and the traditional concept of teaching doesn’t change.

BCA or B.Tech: Which is the best career option for me?

bca-btech Many times, students interested in IT are confused between BCA and B.Tech. These fields cannot be compared as one is an engineering course and other is a degree course. But due to growing demands of B.C.A and rise in the private institute of engineering, students come up with the queries like should they go for B.C.A or B.Tech. In this blog, we have tried our best to clear all the doubts of students and help them in choosing the best career for them.

What is Bachelor of Computer Application Program (B.C.A)?

B.C.A or Bachelor of Computer Application is an undergraduate degree program in computer application. It’s a 3 years course. The 3 years duration is divided into 6 semesters. It involves subjects like database management, computer language, logical analysis, operations systems, and software design and client server technology. Many institutions offer this course all over India.

Eligibility criteria:

This program can be pursued by 12th passed students with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. The minimum percentage varies from institute to institute. It may be 40 – 50% in PCM i.e. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Some institute might also consider students who have appeared for state level entrance exam.

Courses to do after B.C.A

After completing your B.C.A, M.C.A is the options available in front of you. This is the master level course which is meant for those who are interested in gaining advanced technical knowledge about the topics they have studied in B.C.A course. After completing M.C.A, one may choose to join the private sector, government sector or teaching sector. PhD programs are available after completing MCA courses. After completing a PhD, you may join R&D sector related to this field.

If you are interested in Management field, you can go for a Certificate Management program or MBA or Diploma in Management etc.

Career and Job Opportunities:

As a graduate you can opt for government as well as private sector. The self-employment option is also available. You may go for government jobs that require graduation degree. For example: PSUs, Armed Forces, and Nationalized Banks etc.

If you are choosing private sector, Software MNCs are the prime recruiters of B.C.A graduates. Electronics industry, Web hosting, IT sectors are some other sectors that hires B.C.A graduates. Following are the post which a graduate may take up:

• Software Tester
• Software Engineer
• Associate System Engineer
• Database Management Professional
• Information Management Professional
• System Administrator
• System Security Officer
• Project Manager

Now let us study about B.Tech

What is B.Tech (IT/CSE)?

B.Tech or Bachelor of Technology is an undergraduate degree program in technology. It is a 4 years course. The 4 years duration is divided into 8 semesters. B.Tech concentrates on Mechanical, Electrical, Information Technology and Computer Science. For the first two years, the course study is same for all the students. After that, the students pick up their own specialization like computers, mechanical, electrical, civil etc. The course involves practical’s plus theory.


12th passed out students from science stream with aggregate 50% marks can appear for JEE for entering the engineering institutions.

Courses to do after B.Tech:

If you wish to be an expert in this field, is the best option available in front of you after B.Tech. For this, you will have to crack the entrance exam of GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering). GATE is a national exam conducted jointly by the Indian Institute of Science and seven IITs i.e Delhi, Bombay, Kanpur, Guwahati, Madras, Kharagpur and Roorkee.

Career and Job opportunities:

B.Tech graduates are in high demand everywhere, whether it be a private sector or a government sector. Following are the post which a graduate may take up:

• Software Engineer • Software Programmer • Engineer Trainee • Software Trainee Engineer • Research Analyst

Key Difference between B.C.A and B.Tech:

• From the course name we can say that, B.C.A is about application and B.Tech is about engineering. • Companies always give more preference to engineering degree i.e. B.Tech than B.C.A. However, students holding MCA degree can expect a high salary. • B.Tech is much more advanced than B.C.A. • B.C.A provides the base for higher studies while B.Tech deals with the technical aspect and develops engineers. The information given above is just with respect to the course. Finally, it’s up to you as how much knowledge you collect.

Teaching the Students of 21st Century


Technology has brought in a lot of changes in our day to day lives, which cannot be ignored. It has made the processes faster, without compromising on the quality of services. Similarly, the education sector has also been affected by the advent of technology.

Training and educating the upcoming or the 21st century generation has become a difficult task not only for their parents but also the educators. Teaching, which was never an easy profession, has become even more complex.  The demands of a current generation student are very high. So, the teachers have to be proactive and well verse with technology.

Here are some of the essential qualities required in a 21st Century Teacher:

Commitment towards Students

Among all the qualities, having professional knowledge of the subject is considered very important.  Nowadays, having just the basic knowledge of the topic or the subject is not considered sufficient.  A teacher should be aware of its commitment level with the students. Professional knowledge is the awareness of the commitment she/he/has with the students. Teachers should be aware about the consequences it can have on the students and should try to portray themselves as potential role models for them.

Instructional Effectiveness

The most important aspect between teacher-student relationships is the effectiveness of the instructions provided by the teachers. An effective teacher is one who can teach well, has a versatile way of teaching ability to teach well and precision over his/her methodology. The instructions need to be clear and to the mark. It should have diversity but at the same time should not be too complex to understand.

Communication Skills

Another important quality of an efficient teacher is having good communication skills. It does not take a lot of time to understand about the level of communication skills of the teacher. The information spreads rapidly among the staff members and students and a particular image is formed about the teacher.

The body language is also an important factor when it comes to judging a teacher’s communication skills. An ideal teacher is anything but hostile with the students and every teacher’s door should be open for a student’s doubts and queries. These factors are essential for personality development of students.

Moving out of the Shell

An ideal teacher for the diverse current generation is one who is not limited to constraints and is willing to go out of the box to get things done. They should put in extra effort to make the students feel comfortable and understand the true nuances of education. They should also be well aware of the student’s psychology, in order to resolve any possible conflicts.

Willingness to learn

Teaching is a long-standing process. Every teacher learns gradually over time and evolves not only as an educator, but also as a person. Along with the students, it’s a learning curve for the teachers as well. Good teachers are always in search of the activities that help them in their professional development.

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Why is Mathematics and Science important in Engineering?

We take many things for granted in our life. For example, our cell phones, internet, FM Radio, microwave oven etc. But from where do all these things come? Yes, you are right. These things come from mathematics, science, technology and engineering. In a simple sentence, we can say that these things come from those people who are specialized in those streams.

  Our future depends on our scientific spine. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics or STEM are very important for our country.  STEM Education is important for our children future. If you think where STEM applies in our life, you will realize that it applies in each and every aspect of our life. Science includes our natural world. For example sun, moon, stars, weather, animals, plants, food etc. Technology includes cell phones, computers, television, radio, telegraphs etc.  Engineering includes designing roads, bridges and building. It also deals with challenges related to transport, global warming, systems and appliances. We come across Mathematics at grocery stores, banks, family budget, and tax forms.


School and college going students of America are the future of the country. They are very important for a dynamic economy. Here is the fact about them.

  The National Academies is the non-profit organization that advises on science and technology. Many years ago a warning was given to U.S by The National Academies, that the U.S. will continue losing ground to foreign economic rivals unless and until it improves the education quality of maths and science.

  Last year, experts reported that, U.S ranked 27th among 29 wealthy countries in proportion of university students with degrees in mathematics and science. Among developed countries, they ranked 31st.

  The National Academies are taking initiative and urging government to improve mathematics and science curriculums. The National Academies wants to increase the number of qualified science and maths teacher by 10000. The students who have thorough knowledge of STEM think critically and innovatively. In future the highest paid jobs will be in STEM and all the employees will have to utilize their STEM skills to solve problems in a wide range of industries.

  According to U.S. Department of Education, only 16% high school students have proven their proficiency in mathematics and are interested in STEM. Only 28% of high school freshmen showed their interest in STEM related field.  Due to these reasons, Obama started “Educate to innovate’ campaign in 2009 so that the students get inspired and excel in STEM subjects.  The campaign also showed the number of insufficient teachers skilled to educate in these subjects. The mission is to get the American students from the middle to the top of the international arena.

  The Importance of STEM education: projects that there will be around 8.65 millions of STEM related jobs by 2018. Projection of U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is that, by 2018, the bulk of STEM careers will be 2% in Mathematics, 4% in life Science, 7% in Physical Science, 16% in Traditional Engineering, and 71% in Computing.

  Only Americans don’t have this problem. Countries like U.K, Germany do face the same problem. According to Royal Academy of Engineering reports, the Brits should graduate more than 1lakh STEM majors till 2020 just to meet its demand. Germany has the scarcity of more than 2lakh workers in Mathematics, National Science and Computer Science disciplines. Ethnically, Asian students have shown much interest in the field of STEM.

  STEM based learning combines learning methods and subjects rather than keeping them separate.  Different types of disciplines are taught by integrating what students know to solve a new problem. STEM makes use of student’s strength and challenge them to learn more and think innovatively.


Hello!!! Ever heard a quote, “Teaching means learning twice”?

Hello!!! Ever heard a quote, “Teaching means learning twice”?


Doesn’t matter. This blog will help you in understanding meaning behind this quote.

This is a very famous quote written by renowned French essayist and moralist, Joseph Joubert. By this quote, he has tried to modernize or update the act of teaching.

When I read this quote for the first time, I really liked the quote. This quote describes teacher as a teacher and as a learner. The one who is in this profession will surely understand that, teaching doesn’t mean the education or the qualification the teacher possess. It involves learning and evaluating teaching standards and the education quality offered to the students.

Teaching should inspire students towards attaining their educational goals. Teachers should have a detailed knowledge about their subject. The teacher should tactfully handle the student’s problem as and when arise. Teachers with less subject knowledge can mislead the student and as a result the student might lose interest in the subject.

Teachers training workshops should be held regularly. Some of the senior teacher continue to go with their old-fashioned and traditional ways of teaching. They often refuse to adopt new and improved teaching methods and consider it as extra work.

You may have heard that most of the teachers these days complain that students don’t respect them. The only reason for this is their outdated teaching methods, which no longer interest the students in their subject. Such teacher becomes less popular and gets less respect or no respect from the students.

A student needs some inspiration from the teachers, to start anything in their lives. The teacher, who keeps on learning, inspires and motivates their students to greater heights. It is a teacher who can make the life of the students from good to best.


10+1 Questions That Tells You Whether Engineering Is Right For You


There are many parents who decide their children’s career. As soon as the baby is being conceived in the womb, they confirm that the baby is going to be an Engineer or a Doctor or a Scientist. How could they know what a baby can be in the future?

This blog is for those parents and students who consider engineering as a dream profession. Obviously, Engineering is an interesting field that gives you fame, money and great opportunities. But to be an excellent engineer, a person must have some skills. In India, it is now very easy to get an engineering admission, but the number of students who successfully complete the course with the necessary qualities are very less.

The following 10 questions help you understand yourself and the skills in you. Try answering them very sincerely.

  • Do you pay attention to detail?
  • Do you have excellent communication skills?
  • Do you have strong analytical skills?
  • Do you have good problem solving skills?
  • Do you have great mathematical skills?
  • Are you interested in learning new things?
  • Are you capable of logical thinking?
  • Are you a good team player?
  • Are you a tech savvy?
  • Are you a person with great creative as well as innovative ideas?

And the 11th Question: Do you have the confidence that through proper training you could become an Engineer?

Yes/ No?

Answer for this one question is enough to decide whether you can become an engineer or not. The above listed 10 questions are important since it gives you an idea about what all basic skills you should posses to become an ideal engineer. Since no one is born as an engineer, you can acquire these skills by giving proper focus on the specific areas where you feel you are weak. Training can be started from the school days itself.

Engineering fields are numerous and out of many you have to find out the field that suits your skills best. Before getting admission, you are advised to go through the details of subjects in each field and the career opportunities. Majority of engineering students fail in their subjects mainly due to the lack of interest.

The technology has changed a lot so that information is available at your finger tips. The gadgets at your hands act as a mediator who connects you with the information world, www. Browse a lot about the fields and best colleges which offer the specific courses. If you feel like you need a helping hand by your side, please contact Global Educates.