-> Xiaomi launched the Mi NoteBook and Mi Notebook Horizon Edition in India.
-> The variants will come with Intel's latest 10th Generation processor, discrete graphics card from NVIDIA on select variants, and fast SSD storage with Windows 10 preloaded.
-> IIT-Madras has topped the 'overall' list of 'India Rankings 2020' for Higher Educational Institutions released by the HRD Ministry.
-> Indian Institute of Science-Bengaluru, JNU and Banaras Hindu University have been ranked as the top three universities.
-> Delhi University's Miranda House has been ranked as the best college in India, followed by Lady Shri Ram College for Women.
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Albinism? Can’t relate to the term? Have you seen friends or people with white skin, with light or no color? Albinism is a rare, non-contagious, genetically inherited difference present at birth, and not a disease. In almost all types of albinism, both parents must carry the gene for it to be passed on, even if they do not have albinism themselves. Albinism results in a lack of pigmentation (melanin) in the hair, skin and eyes, causing vulnerability to the sun and bright light. As a result, almost all people with albinism are visually impaired and are prone to developing skin cancer. There is no cure for the absence of melanin that is central to albinism.
People with albinism face multiple forms of discrimination worldwide. Albinism is still profoundly misunderstood, socially and medically. The physical appearance of persons with albinism is often the object of erroneous beliefs and myths influenced by superstition, which foster their marginalization and social exclusion. This leads to various forms of stigma and discrimination, hence the need for a day to recognize their presence.
“Made To Shine" is the theme for this year's International Albinism Awareness Day. The theme was chosen to celebrate the achievements and successes of persons with albinism worldwide. It is also a call to stand in solidarity with people with albinism through their challenges.
Your Chance to Get Published
We believe that talent is inherent, all we need are opportunities. Through The School Social E-Magazine, we give our young students, their parents and the teachers an opportunity to showcase their talent, share their stories and engage in thoughtful activities. Our daily issues have brought a lot of talent out of the cave and made hesitant people confident.
We invite entries from all students, teachers and parents to show their creative talent and submit their Write-ups, Stories, Poems, Paintings, Sketches, Doodles, Photography, and all kinds of Creative Arts.
Make the most of this opportunity and showcase your talent to the world outside. Entries are open for the following categories:
1. Art Aficionado: Poems and Creative Arts (Word or PDF format)
2. Fact Fanatics: Facts and other real things (Word or PDF format)
3. Reflections: Stories and Thoughtful Write-Ups (Word or PDF format)
4. Artist's Corner: Drawings, Sketches, Paintings, Doodles, Photography, Art and
Craft (Image format)
5. Talent Treasure: Music, Dance and Drama (Video format)
6. Environment Enthusiasts: All things Eco-friendly
7. Be the Change: How you have contributed to the society?
8. I Care I Share: Parent's Diaries
9. Be Better: For the Positive Perspective
1. The entries should be - original, as no plagiarism is acceptable.
2. Entries can be either in English or Hindi language.
3. Maximum word limit: 300 words.
4. Entries can be submitted individually or together by two people.
5. All entries for Talent Treasure should be of good audio-visual quality.
6. All paintings, sketches, doodles, photographs or other creative arts should be in good
quality JPG, JPEG or PNGf ormat.
7. All written content should be in.doc, .docx or PDFformat.
8. The students and teachers can submit their entries on their own or through their schools.
Entries can be submitted through this button below or mailed to email@example.com. Feel free to contact us at 9711804070 for more details.
June 13, 2020 Credits
1) Lovely Sarkar - firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Ipsita - email@example.com
3) Arko De - firstname.lastname@example.org
4) Tarini - email@example.com