All posts by Ekya

#StudentBlogger: Indiscrimate Use of Social Media By Students During The Pandemic And Its Impact, Sreepriya Unnikrishnan

Indiscriminate use of Social media by students during the pandemic and its impact  Sreepriya Unnikrishnan Social media addiction among teens and young adults has increased multifold during the pandemic.  It is considered a behavioral disorder in which the individuals are...

/ January 12, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Learning At Ekya By, Ekya School JP Nagar

Learning is a life-long process, there is no end to it. A person who stops learning is equivalent to being dead. My journey of eight months as an Educator at Ekya, J.P. Nagar has been a sweet and very educational...

/ January 12, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Projects Can Be Interesting! By, Prerana Moolchandani Grade IX A, Ekya School JP Nagar

Projects can be interesting! Blog by Prerana Moolchandani, Grade IX A Ekya School JP Nagar. Usually, projects are learning experiences that engage us with research and analysis, supplementing the lessons we learn in our subject areas. These activities help us...

/ January 12, 2022

#StudentBlogger: After Hundred Days of Rain By, Prajwal Hegde Grade 6A, Ekya ITPL

After hundred days of rain, Come the sunshine of hope. Finally, something to gain, Now there’s no need to mope. After hundred days of rain, The sunshine dries the ground. Though water had filled the drain, The sunshine was finally...

/ January 12, 2022

#StudentBlogger: A Call From The Wild By, Arundhati Anand Grade 8B, Ekya ITPL

Have you ever seen a cheetah running in the forest? With a top speed of 60 miles per hour, it can catch any of its prey. While they may seem to have such a huge advantage you may expect them...

/ January 12, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Life of a Multi-Functional Tool-‘Belan’ By, Prisha Grade 8B, Ekya ITPL

Hello and welcome into the stationery world of Moti, the belan! Yep, I’m a rolling pin! Now, have you ever given it a thought – what are the different ways we use belans in our lives? No? Well, I’ve recently...

/ January 12, 2022

#ParentBlogger: Climate Change Realms of Reality and Hope in Human Spirit By, Rohith Venkatakrishna Parent of Meera Rohith, Grade 3C, Ekya BTM

Mbangwa was stating the obvious but his grandson Harishchandra couldn’t gather his wits around why his grandpapa was so sentimental about the next flight. After all, Harish had seen his grandpapa leave several times in the last 8 years. This...

/ December 23, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Mun Club 2021-22 By, Virginia Isaac IGCSE English Teacher, Ekya Byrathi

Mahatma Gandhi’s words, “We must become the change we want to see in the world” is unquestionably relevant in the contemporary scenario as the youth of this vibrant nation, the future, who carve out their ideas in the present are...

/ December 23, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Mindfulness Activites By, Praseetha Kottamala IGCSE Physics and Maths Teacher, Ekya Byrathi

It has been observed that students are experiencing rising stress and anxiety levels and lower engagement with learning since the start of the COVID-19. This has scattered their attention and has had an adverse impact on their ability to focus...

/ December 16, 2021

#LeadershipBlogger: The Power Of Gratitude By, Deepa Rani Head of School, Ekya BTM Layout

I feel a lot can be changed in our lives positively if we acknowledge the work and sacrifices of others. But in this fast-moving world that we are part of, the good deeds of others go often unnoticed. We are...

/ December 7, 2021