International Council for Education, Research and Training

Eduphoria - An International Multidisciplinary Magazine

An International scholarly/ academic magazine, peer-reviewed/ refereed magazine, ISSN : 2960-0014
Vol.02, Issue 01 (Jan-Mar 2024)
Dr. Navneet Kaur

Building Sensitivity in an Individual – A Transformation into a Super Power…

My best wishes to all in Year 2024!
We all are learners throughout in this journey of life. What are we adding to the community is the most important!
Providing a safe learning environment is of paramount importance to Euphoria. A Happy Learning Environment can contribute significantly to create responsible and caring human beings….

Dr. Dilpreet Kaur

Dear Eduphoria Readers,
Welcome to another enriching edition of our multidisciplinary international magazine! In this issue, we delve into the diverse realms of education, innovation, and global perspectives. From groundbreaking research to inspiring stories of educational excellence, Eduphoria continues to be your passport to the world of knowledge….

Dr Sandeep Kumar | Page No. 05-07

As per WHO, Mental health is a state of mental well-being that enables people to cope with the
stresses of life, realize their abilities, learn well and work well, and contribute to their
community. It is an integral component of health and well-being that underpins our individual


In the face of pressing environmental challenges, the need for sustainable education has become
more critical than ever before. As the world strives to create a greener and more sustainable
future, educational institutions play a pivotal role in shaping the mindset and knowledge of

Prof. Dr. M. Amr Sadik | Page No. 12-19

Before examining into how to set organizations to deal with this constant changed world, let us
take a look of the new demands being placed on organizations. What, precisely, is expected of a
successful organization in this tough business environment? Or, put another way, exactly what
is meant by the widely used term, “world Class”?

Prof. K. Visithra | Page No. 20-31

From Passive learning to Active learning
focusing on higher order thinking skills such as evaluating, analyzing, and creating to engage
students in learning.

A flipped classroom is a type of blended learning where students are introduced to content at
home and practice working through it at school.

Dr Iltiza Begum | Page No. 32-45

The Idea of Empowerment
The notion that a woman is powerful is innate in our culture, that’s why we associate Durga, and
Kali with power or shakti. The power of creation is only attributed to females. A man cannot do
anything without shakti. Therefore, when a man performs a “havan”, he needs to have the shakti
(whether his mother, daughter, sister or wife) to be seated on his left. A “havan” is incomplete if
there is no presence of a woman….

Ms. Mariyam Marseena M. | Page No. 58-63

Education is meant to ensure that everyone is treated fairly and equally. Most educational fields
have dealt with the issue of equality at least since the 1950s. Public policy is a tool used to ensure inclusion and equity. Inclusion is essential for ensuring greater participation in education and
lowering social stratification levels. Education has always been considered as a fundamental
right and as a fundamental duty by the government…

Dr Simran Mehta | Page No. 64-67

The rise of technology is effortlessly seen in the 21st century generation. It already takes over
the world for it already has everything in it including the convenience of people. It is widely
used not only by the millennials but also the elderly. It has been a need for the people these days
and already affects their lives making the technology as the present world.

Dr. Usha Sadasivan, and Dr. S. Vijayalakshmi | Page No. 68 - 78

Teachers have to continually reinvent themselves. Situations especially like the pandemic
scenario we recently witnessed, calls for a lot of inventing and re- inventing of teaching
resources. This is the time for reflection. Can teaching be taught? Do teachers learn to teach or
are they endowed with an innate gift for pedagogy? Can teaching be learnt from copying others
or from reading books on teaching?

Dr. Olatunji Ajibola OLADUNNI | Page No. 79-82

AJ SILBER (2023) defines Organizational Management as a term that cover a brand of activities and functions.
Organizational Management is defined as the process of overseeing an organization’s activities
is known as organizational management. This covers time management, motivating, staffing,
organizing, planning, leading, and controlling….

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