Editorial

Dear Readers,
Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullah.
I hope you are unaffected by the health hazard caused by the season shifting, inshallah. You surely have noticed the change in the air: the temperature has begun to drop and the weather more unpredictable. In the city, seasonal changes can be a little more subtle. We’re surrounded by buildings, cars, billboards, and concrete chunks–not trees and plants—which hardly change along with the season. We primarily experience the change in seasons by noticing the differences in temperature and daylight, two factors that can easily escape our attention due to the choir or busy city life. With season changing from summer to winters, the mixed season always leads to health problems like cough and common cold, so, please be cautious and stay healthy.
Dear brothers and sisters,
Being students, you probably know, education has traditionally focused on the basic “3Rs” of reading, writing and arithmetic. However, due to the ever increasing pace of technological innovation drives changes in the world, researchers are suggesting that students should achieve some more skills in their student life that are most necessary to succeed in the 21st century. The identified skills include leadership, digital literacy, communication, emotional intelligence, entrepreneurship, global citizenship, problem solving and team working skills. The first thing to earn these skills is to be aware of them and set mind to achieve them. We are eager to see our readers in the leadership positions and successful in their respective arena. The way we develop contents for our readers will surely guide and motivate them to earn the above stated skills.
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