"Snow and adolescence are the only problems that disappear if you ignore them long enough."

"Smart India Hackathon 2017 , initiative in which The Ministry of Civil Aviation is a 'Premier Partner' aims at harnessing creativity and expertise of students, building funnel for 'Startup India, Standup India' campaigns, formulating solutions for improving governance and quality of life and providing opportunity to citizens to provide innovative solutions to India's daunting problems.

"What the teachers understand, students never understand and in the paper what we want them to understand they never understand so, apparently, students and teachers are like withstanding married couples with misunderstanding." - Himmilicious

Teaching is a dialogue, and it is through the process of engaging students that we see ideas taken from the abstract and played out in concrete visual form. Students teach us about creativity through their personal responses to the limits we set, thus proving that reason and intuition are not antithetical. Their works give aesthetic visibility to mathematical ideas." - Martha Boles, Universal Patterns

"The work of meaningful student involvement is not easy or instantly rewarding. It demands that the system of schooling change, and that the attitudes of students, educators, parents and community members change." - Adam Fletcher, Meaningful Student Involvement Guide to Students as Partners

"Students didn't even read books anymore, thought Arthur. They dispensed with design and layout and cover art and illustrations and reduced reading to nothing but a stream of text in whatever font and size they chose. Reading without books, thought Arthur, was like playing cricket without dressing in white. It could be done, but why?" - Charlie Lovett, The Lost Book of the Grail

"Wolf's wool is the best wool, but it cannot be sheared, because the wolf will not comply. With knowledge as with wolves' surliness, the student studies voluntarily, refusing to be less than individual. He "gives his opinion and then rests upon it"; he renders service when there is no reward, and is too reclusive for some things to seem to touch him; not because he has no feeling but because he has so much." - Marianne Moore, Complete Poems

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