5 life skills to teach your kids

0 Comment

As important the academic skills are for your children, equally crucial are the life skills. Here’s our list of 5 life skills that you can inculcate in your kids: 1. Time management: “Time is money”. So, teach your kids the importance and value of time. 2. Money management: They shouldn’t be miser or extravagant. Teach…

Read More

How to take out time for social initiatives!

0 Comment

There is no doubt that the world is now a very busy place. We are the ones who’ve made it so, and also we’re the ones who have the responsibility of making it a better place to live. We see a lot of NGOs doing their part in this, but as individuals, we need to…

Read More

Organic foods: Are they really the better choice?

0 Comment

Once used to be seen only at health shops, organic foods are now very common in most supermarkets. Let’s look at some facts before we decide if they’re really better than the conventionally produced foods. The word “organic” basically differentiates the way farmers grow and process food products, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products…

Read More

2nd Sharada workshop organized successfully

0 Comment

A two-day workshop on Sharada script was organized on 18-19 February by Millennium India Education Foundation in association with Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies , JNU. It was held in Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. This was the second in a series of workshops being organized for the revival of Sharada script. The workshop was…

Read More

The woman who captured India’s modern history on camera

0 Comment

Most of us haven’t even heard of the name Homai Vyarawalla, but in the pre-independence years, she was as famous as the leaders and events that she used to capture on film. She was India’s first female photojournalist,  active in the late 1930s to early 1970s and was awarded Padma Vibhushan in recognition of her contribution…

Read More

5 Food with low Glycemic Index to keep you healthy!

0 Comment

The glycemic index(GI) is a measure of how quickly blood glucose levels rise after eating a particular type of food. Glucose has a glycemic index of 100, which is taken as a standard value. GI estimates how much each gram of available carbohydrate in a food raises a person’s blood glucose level following consumption of the food, relative to…

Read More

How inter-school competitions help school children!

0 Comment

A child’s overall development lies not just in studies and academics. A major part in that is played by the various extra-curricular activities held by schools. Almost all the schools these days organize numerous events and competitions for children right from the primary classes, and it is very useful for the kids in a lot…

Read More

Issue of diabetes in urban India

0 Comment

Dubbed as the diabetes capital of the world, India has the largest number of people suffering from diabetes in the world. There were 41 million cases in 2007 and at the same rate, it is estimated to hit 70 million by 2025. Having a look at the global stats, there are 246 million people suffering…

Read More

Our new website!

0 Comment

Millennium India Education Foundation has launched a new webpage with a load of new options and features. The major and one of the most important of them is the introduction of the “GIVE” tab. It allows the readers to help a cause and support us. You can either donate, volunteer for a project, or just…

Read More

Eyeglasses that detect cancer!

0 Comment

In a research being carried out at Washington University School of Medicine, a high-tech eye-wear has been developed that is helpful in detecting cancer cells. These cells are quite difficult to see even through high-powered magnification, but when viewed under these glasses, these cells glow blue. This makes it very easy for surgeons to distinguish…

Read More