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Issue 03

A digital identity – decoding the distinct features

An identity in the modern world; be it for an individual, an institution or a brand, is almost impossible to define without the digital counterpart. If you do not exist on the internet, you almost do not exist and gone are the days when you could hope to fight that assumption. eGenius, through its journey of intent social media management and digital optimization for educational institutions, has discovered that there are a few factors that underline the need for a digital identity in the academic sphere.

Access to information
What defines the education sector today better than the vast and varied database of information that the producers of knowledge choose to store in, and is named the internet? A digital identity allows you to customize and gives you access to an unlimited supply of information and knowledge that can redefine your entire value system. To deny the access is to deny an opportunity to reinvent oneself.

Enrichment of the knowledge
base The knowledge base is neither stagnant nor full, and the freedom and authority to add credible value to the existing world of information is no short of a privilege. From e-journals to social media posts, the knowledge base receives and emulates your academic value.

Unlimited creative exploration
In the virtual world built on search engines, web development codes and social media, there are no limitations when it comes to creative exploration. Every form of talent and practically every form of creative execution has a platform and has its audience. The world is an oyster on digital media.

A voice to be heard
institutional identity and present it creatively in the digital world and should you do it right with expert help, it is bound to stand out and make an impact. The internet is a massive space, and everyone is looking for new and impactful voices every day. Definitely, not a platform to be missed out on. On par with the best
eGenius makes it a point to keep a tab on the world’s best educational institutions, their advancements, and their communications in the
digital world which has made us believe that every single institution in the world is now capable of standing at par with the world’s best. A digital identity is far gone from being an added advantage and has irrefutable turned into a necessity – more so for the academic sector where all advancements are pioneered

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Reader's Corner

‘Where shall we go this summer?’ By Anita Desai

‘An eccentric woman’ is a much explored idea in literature but Anita Desai decided to push the boundaries of it further beyond anyone’s imagination when she authored ‘Where shall we go this summer?’ This book is a masterpiece in Indian literature authored by the writer whose ‘Cry the Peacock’ is taught as a part of English literature syllabus. ‘Where shall we go this summer?’ is a story that perhaps Anita Desai could alone narrate with her unparalleled literary skills because Sita, the protagonist, is an urchin of a young girl who grows up to be an extremely complex character that many wouldn’t resonate with at all. She comes back to an island she grew up in because ‘she doesn’t want to give birth to her child and bring it into a world that she doesn’t recognise’. Eccentric, or even absurd as it may sound, Anita Desai gives the reader a tour within the mind of Sita that is unforgettable to say the least.
‘Where shall we go this summer?’ is ePatra’s recommendation for the fortnight. This book can be a great start for a reader venturing into serious literature and for ones well versed in it as well. It is a psychological roller coaster that might make you stop and reflect every once a while. So even being 150 odd pages, it probably will take longer to complete than you might estimate. But good things take time, if we may?

Census 2021: Bridging the gender disparity in literacy rate

The education sector of the country has miles to go but in certain contexts, it has been achieving milestones. ePatra reported the Education Ministry’s goal to accomplish 100% literacy in the country last fortnight and along the direction, a major concern to be addressed is the gender disparity in literacy rate in India and how the country has been seeing a steady improvement in the regard.

The gender ratio in literacy in India has shifted from 64:39 (male:female) in 1991, 75:53 in 2001 to 82:65 in 2011. Though not too significant, there has been a steady decrease in the difference between male and female literacy rates in the country and the graph predicts a greater improvement for the upcoming census.

The disparity between the rates has been caused in the country for reason not unbeknownst but very slowly tackled. Lack of sanitation facilities in schools, nonstandardized school systems with imbalanced male-female teacher ratios and general gender based stereotypes, though rarely witnessed anymore, have contributed to the disproportion in the education sector. With the implementation of newer policies and tangible literacy goals in the last decade, a significant decrease in the disparity of gender literacy ratio can be expected.

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News Corner

We are in midst of EdTech revolution

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