WRITING A HOBBY TO KEEP REFRESHING AND IMPLEMENT CREATIVE THINKING
WRITING BOOK, WRITING ARTICLE(S), EDITING WORK HAVE BEEN FOUND TO BE A HOBBY INHERITED FROM MY FATHER WHO WAS SEEN ALWAYS BUSY WITH COMPOSING RELIGIOUS SONGS, WRITING BOOKS (BIOLOGY, ENGLISH, ECONOMICS) WRITING SCRIPT(S) FOR DRAMAS (RELIGIOUS OF HISTORICAL) ETC.
Besides teaching, writing articles has been found to be a creative moment for the benefit of the masses at large. Since teaching career started in a region dominated by Hindi medium schools, a habit was improvised to deal with the classroom subject using ‘Hindi’ and ‘English’ (terminology and language), both. This proved to be an additional advantage when taught for 10 years in Dehradun (Uttarakhand, India) where the classroom was usually dominated by students from elite class and English medium schools but Hindi medium school students (mostly thronging from hill districts of Uttarakhand or other nearby districts of Uttar Pradesh) were not uncommon.
Apart putting articles in English, a thirst of writing was quenched often by designing some articles in ‘Hindi’, on special occasions (like celebrated days), published in ‘VIGYAN PARICHARCHA’, a quarterly joint enterprise by UCOST (Uttarakhand Council of Science and Technology), ISWA (Indian Science Writers’ Association, Uttarakhand Chapter) and PAHAL( People’s Association of Hill-Area Launchers), a NGO working in Uttarakhand, India. The introductory issue of this Science Popularisation Magazine was released in July, 2010.
Articles have also been contributed to ‘VGYAN PRAGATI’, a Hindi monthly magazine by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Delhi (India).
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An Article from the pages of ‘Vigyan Paricharcha’ (विज्ञान परिचर्चा)
On the occasion of National Bird Day, 5th January
THE GUESTS WITHOUT PASSPORT: MIGRATORY BIRDS
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