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Let us present a scenario of two children- a healthy child, and an obese child. If given a choice, we would all want to be the healthy child, which is an obvious one but this preference affects our behavior subconsciously.

As parents start investing more time and money in their child's sports, there is a marked change in their approach to their child's performance in sports.

And there is a "tipping point" at which it all goes horribly wrong!

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Observe a child in an open space, away from enclosed areas and towering pillars, where he defines his own language and discovers a new side to him; he is so engaged and connected and yet forgetful of the world around him. Let him be, let the child play!

Excerpts of TimeOut team’s conversation with Mrs. Sheela Rajendra, Deputy Dean & Correspondent of PSBB School

Historically, the role of education has been changing to adapt to the evolving needs of the society. From agrarian to industrial to knowledge economies, the world has gone through several transformations in the way we think, live, communicate and aspire.