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The world is full of happiness Hello.... I am Megha...working with a School in Gurgaon. I teach Political Science to senior school.

Date & Time : 8, December 2022 22:12

Contact-new.svg Megha Kapoor
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Employer:The Shri Ram School ,
Occupation:Teacher, Political SCience
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My Beliefs

I believe God is behind every action. What we do, is what he had planned for us to do. Now you would ask me that what is the theory and relevance of karmas. I believe our inner soul tells us and warns us whatever we do...and now it depends what we listen to and what we ignore.


I am a teacher, working with The Shri Ram School , Gurgaon. My main subject is Political Science. I also teach history and civics to class IX. I joined this institute an year back.

Educational Qualifications

  1. I did my schooling from The Lady Irwin School
  2. I did my B.Ed from A.I.E
  3. I have learnt Spanish from The School of Foreign Languages and french languages also from Alliance Francaise.

My hobbies

  • Reading
  • Cooking
  • Gardening

OER Workshop

These days I am attending a 3 days workshop on Open Education Resources. It was conducted by Dr. Neeti Mishra. She is a lecturer in A.N.D.College. Many of my colleagues also attended this workshop. Just to name some----Ruchi , Vinita Sharat , and many more. Its a nice experience.

I did some practice also while learning this wikieducator programme and i have made a sub page also. Those who are willing to have a look are welcome to access. WORKSHOP PAGE

Interesting Stuff

Lets have some as to make the page a little interseting....






Some of the worksheets are------ Political Science Worksheet

Road Works.svg Work in progress, expect frequent changes. Help and feedback is welcome. See discussion page. Road Works.svg

--Megha.kapoor 06:38, 17 May 2009 (UTC)--Megha.kapoor 06:38, 17 May 2009 (UTC)

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