Young World Club is a fun-filled education portal from The Hindu, packed with rich multimedia content to make learning exciting! Updated every week, Young World Club offers children new ways to learn through its sections on Think, Read, Do, Travel, Play, and Change. Start as a scout, discover interesting photographs, slideshows, quizzes and videos, and you will soon be on your way to becoming an explorer!. . .
EATURESCurated Content and balanced palette of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities that enhances cognitive, creative development.
Responsive site across various platforms – desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile (for grown-ups!) so that you can explore the site wherever you are.
Diverse multimedia content in various formats – includes videos, slideshows, quizzes and more!
Safe to View environment for the learner to experience and enjoy. Gives uninterrupted learning experience for the viewers.
The junior section is recommended for children of ages 8-11 (studying in grades IV to VII). It gives the learners exposure to various interests and hobbies, to help form a foundation for them to develop further. Explore all the content at your own pace and build a good foundation!
The senior section is recommended for students of ages 12-15 (studying in grades VIII to X). Students can go through various sections, learn about diverse fields and at the same time, go deeper into their interest areas. Weekdays or Weekends, there is always something interesting to do!
TEACHERS & PARENTS
The Teachers & Parents Section is recommended for Teachers & Parents who want to use this at home or in school to engage their students and children.
Frequently asked questions
1. What is Young World Club (YWC)?Young World Club, is a fun-filled education portal from The Hindu and is designed especially for students of ages 8-15, parents, and teachers.
2. How will YWC help a school student?Young World Club is packed with rich multimedia content to make learning exciting! Updated every week, Young World Club offers children new ways to learn through its sections on Think, Read, Do, Travel, Play, and Change. The sections in each, contain diverse areas of content and this diversity complements the students academics with co-curricular and extra-curricular content.
3. How do I view the content of YWC?To view the content, you need to first SIGN UP using your email id. Once you are logged in, you will be able to see various content widgets and you can click on them to view them further.
4. How do I subscribe to YWC?There are various subscription packages and you can choose the one that suits you. You will also be able to see archived content from previous weeks and so much more. If you are new to this website, you can read more on How to Subscribe
5. Is YWC available free of cost?As of now, YWC can only be accessed without payment during the 1-month free trial period.
6. As a student, how can I contribute articles to YWC?YWC would love to have interesting articles and experiences from students as well. Please send in original, exclusive, previously unpublished contributions of not more than 500 words to firstname.lastname@example.org along with photos, pictures, sketches or videos and your name and contact. Mark the subject of your e-mail as ‘Student Contribution’. We welcome good quality photos from students, who will be credited for the same.
7. Can parents, teachers or freelancers write for YWC?We welcome articles, learning and teaching experiences, or any content that fits into our sections. Please send in original, exclusive, previously unpublished contributions of not more than 500 words to email@example.com along with photos, pictures, sketches or videos and your name and contact. Mark the subject of your e-mail ‘Specialist Contribution’.