This would be my last post of 2020 🔥
My blogging career started in February were I made my first post on February 3rd where I began to blog regularly since Mid-March.
This would be my 124th post and I wanted to reflect a bit on my school life, my lockdown life along with my blogging life.
It’s still not 2021 for me and after publishing this post, I am gonna go and watch some 2021 Countdown on YouTube 😋
Continue reading “My 2020 Life Experience (Personal Reflections)”
This is the 2nd time I have been nominated for an award. This time, it is the Liebster Award. If you haven’t read my first award blog post on the Sunshine Blogger Award, I will post a link to it right below.
Sunshine Blogger Award
Continue Reading to learn about the person who nominated me for this amazing award along with my answers to those 11 questions. In the end, I will also nominate 11 other outstanding bloggers and ask my 11 questions to my nominees.
Let’s Dive into it!!!
This will be my first blog post that will be directed towards a nomination. I am super excited to be writing this post and make sure to continue reading in order to learn about the blogger who nominated me along with 10 of my favorite feelings.
Let’s get into it!!!
As a student myself, I feel that the points covered in this blog should be shared with ALL students out there that are currently participating in virtual classes.
Although some of these points may seem straightforward, I feel that these fundamental ideas are the ones that break the study habits of students during these tough times.
If you read our blog [Coronavirus: What Happened to Final Exams in India? (Part 1)] from a few weeks back about the decision on final exams in India, the Indian Government previously stated that those exams will be held sometime during the next academic school year. However, read about what the Tamil Nadu Government has stated on the 10th grade exams and the exact dates of when those students will be taking them.
The University Grants Committee has recommended that the coming academic year may start in September instead of July. The coronavirus has spread and dominated over 209 countries, including India where many large cities have reached the red zone due to many new cases appearing all over the country. The Janet curfew has been issued across India till May 3rd to control the coronavirus. As a precaution, all educational institutions in India have been closed since March 16th. Also, the general exams at schools and colleges have been postponed.