form of education with all its benefits does have a major
drawback. It is rather slow in absorbing the important changes
that occur all around. As a result textbooks contain no current
developments in their respective fields. Students from such an
atmosphere are seriously handicapped vis-à-vis their
international counterparts. Why should our students lag behind
for this reason? We, in Labour India, focus on fulfilling this
urgent and vital need of the students and educationalists alike.
Our magazines are updated every month with the latest
advancements in the related field. Furthermore, we prepare our
magazines in such a manner that the syllabus to be followed for
the month is comprehensively adhered to. Labour India magazines
are, therefore, monthly treasure troves of information
showcasing the latest happenings the world over in the
enchanting fields of Science, Commerce, Humanities and so on, in
order to better equip the students in a more wholesome manner.
However, that does not mean that we just focus on spoon-feeding
knowledge. Our thrust is more towards making the students think,
and better still - raise questions; for questions are a sign of
a thinking mind. We have always encouraged a holy curiosity, for
all that humanity has ever achieved can be attributed to it.
Moreover, we make the process thoroughly enjoyable. Now with
Labour India at their side, our students do have a competitive
edge and can thus meet international standards.