Tuesday, 24 July 2018


Few days ago, I called up a friend. Her husband answered the phone. On asking about my friend, he told me that she is disappointed with me and is not interested in talking to me. He said that she believes I consider myself superior to her.
I was shocked to hear this as it was not easy for me to take. I began introspecting and probing to myself, if I was actually what I am blamed for. I usually stay connected with my pals. Also, I never considered myself superior to any friend ever. 
I was really concerned, so I decided to meet her in personal and ask her to explain me in detail that what led her to believe this way. What she told me really surprised me.  I christened that feeling of hers towards me as ‘Digital Ego’. 
She complained that during the last few months, I never "Liked" her posts on Facebook, and Instagram. I never appreciated her efforts of forwarding the posts on "WhatsApp".
All these things made her believe that I had developed a superiority complex. I recalled and realized, I had considerably reduced my presence on social media as I was occupied in accomplishing the tasks assigned to me.
I couldn’t get a clue of this discovery, but add on suddenly brought a ray of smile on my face. I didn’t google it for the apt meaning nor referred to Webster since the word was my baby. Anyways, "Digital Ego", for me, is the Ego influenced by our digital activity using tools like Facebook, Instagram, twitter etc. Isn’t it exciting and worth pondering!!!!

With the introduction of Internet and phones, our reel lives have become sunny, but our real life has lost its shine. Our friends and relatives feel offended if their post or pictures are not liked or commented and perhaps develop more respect for you, if they find you liking or commenting their post.
I think our society has undergone a tremendous change. We are always over concerned of the speed of INTERNET but have forgotten about INNERNET which is the need of the time. Our real world relationships are being guided by our digital ego. We lack in the signals of Innernet. Let them become strong so that digital ego finds no room in our lives. Perhaps if we don't change, we will lose whatever real world relationships we have.

Mr. Harsh Vardhan Tyagi
I.T.  Department,

Thursday, 24 August 2017

Importance Of Girls' Education In India

Girls Education is one of the most required things for the real development of our country and society .As we all know that children in their childhood learn, most of the things from their mother because they spend most of their time with her. She tells them about the right and wrong. When we think the same thing in another way then we will also get that only a well educated woman can take care of herself and her child if she will face any type of difficulty from her husband and she can also take the right action if she will face any distress from bad elements of the society.
The time has gone when many people thought that it was not necessary to educate girls. Women are trying to compete with men in all spheres of life these days. Girls have already proved their worth in all walks of life and there is no reason why a girl should not get the same kind of education as a boy. Education helps girls control how many kids they have and increasing girls’ participation in school over time reduces fertility rates. Reduced child & maternal deaths, improved child health, and lower fertility.

Importance of girls Education
The progress of every country depends on girls’ education. Thus, girls’ education must be encouraged. There is plenty of benefits of girls’ education. For example- Grown up educated girls can play a vital role in the development of their country. Also, she can share the burden of her man in the different walk of life. They will be able to serve the society as educators, teachers, writers, lawyers, doctors, politicians, scientists and so on when they are well-educated and not forced to marry during childhood. Besides, they can work in any field and at banks, government offices large businesses and hospitals.
Education decreases a girl’s risk of contracting HIV or transmitting HIV to her baby. Education boosts girl’s earning power and increasing girls’ education has positive effects on her infant and child health. Do you know for every extra year a girl stays in school; her income can increase by 10 to 15%. Apart from this, increasing girls’ access to education improves her maternal health as well.
Girls’ education is essential for making the homes a happy and relaxed place. Also, a man’s life blossom, if he is blessed with well-educated women as mother and wife. Educated girls can brighten the future of any country by the good upbringing of their kids. Education provides a girl freedom of thought and broadens her outlook and makes her aware of her responsibilities and duties.

Education empowers a grown up girl to become independent and she will be able to stand up for her rights.

Mr. Harsh Vardhan Tyagi