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The call of woods

The call of woods

Raja Zulkarnain Our vale is famous for breath-taking scenes, swift streams and brooks, snow clad mountains and deep lovely woods. The woods that form our innate part. Besides adding to aesthetics they act as lungs of our motherland. Talking of the vista. The pine forests of Kashmir are unrivalled in exquisiteness. It makes one to […]

 Umair Ul Umar

The programming of DNA

The programming of DNA

Big Brains are always in quest to crack the esoteric coerce of this cosmos. They try to grab the chemistry of big galaxies to infinitesimal atoms and bring it to the forth. Rather big cosmos to electron, proton and neutron are overted by the sharp minded scientists. Ultramicroscopic apparatuses have discovered not only the cell […]

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The Particle Odyssey

The Particle Odyssey

Raja Zulkarnain The world around us seems to be made up of some minuscule fundamental particles. However, which particles are regarded as fundamental, varies with time. This goes back to Greeks who had credence that all matter was composed of small indiscrete particles, they called these particles as ‘atoms’. Their argument hinged on the inkling […]

 Mohamad Zubair ud Din

Choice Based Credit System – A CRITICAL EVALUATION

Choice Based Credit System – A CRITICAL EVALUATION

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) is uniform for all central, state and other recognised universities. The University of Kashmir introduced the CBCS for all colleges in 2016. The basic structure of Choice Based Credit System: Semesters: The assessment of students is done semester wise which implies that a student progresses on the basis of the […]

 Mujahid Mughal

The Dos and Don’ts for My Students

The Dos and Don’ts for My Students

Brad Henry defines a teacher as the person who can “inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning” in his students. Inspiring hope, igniting imagination and imbibing the love for learning is not an easy task to perform. It indeed is the greatest feat any human being can fetch. Nonetheless, a teacher […]

 Nasir Rather

Reflection on Equations of Science

Reflection on Equations of Science

At the very onset, let me make it categorically clear to the readers that this write-up has nothing to do with the nature of equations as to whether they are invented or discovered or to undermine the role of inequalities that far outweigh equations in terms of their significance and importance in mathematics. This I […]

 Umair Ul Umar

Demystifying the Faith – A Realm of Quantum Physics

Demystifying the Faith – A Realm of Quantum Physics

Science has influenced and benefited our every aspect of life. Physics, in particular, plays a vital role in defining many cosmic secrets and other metaphysical phenomena. Classical physics, also known as Newtonian physics, had its constraints and discretions, thereby was limited to the macroscopic world and incompetent to define some hidden forces. With the emergence […]

 Shameem Nazir

Sociology of transition: a paradigm shift

Sociology of transition: a paradigm shift

The social environment or social setting plays pivotal role in constructing the subject matter of a subject; same applies with sociology, as the subject which primarily deals with the study of society. Social changes of contemporary world overrun/invade our lives, and it becomes imperative to look at these changing scenarios very closely. These changes within […]

 Farhan Bashir Naikoo

JKBOSE and the students

JKBOSE and the students

Today’s youth is tomorrow’s nation and today’s youth are our students. Students do pay a vital role in the society and how a society is shaped generation after generations depends upon them. The formative period of an individual is during the student phase and hence it is known to be the crucial time of life. […]

 Mugees Kaiser

‘Philosphy’ or ‘Science’ – Is it a zero-sum game?

‘Philosphy’ or ‘Science’ – Is it a zero-sum game?

Although there is an age old epistemic riddle between Empiricists and Rationalists but if we compromise delaying that discussion and its aftermath for now then there is no doubt if someone posits that physical sciences like physics and chemistry comprise of ‘real knowledge’ where as philosophers seem to merely speculate about ‘abstract stuff’ which seemingly […]

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