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Young World Club

  • Looking for a way to keep your child engaged at home?
  • Are you looking for something entertaining or educative or both?
  • Do you want to make learning a memorable experience?

Presenting a perfect solution for you!

Young World Club – Learning made interactive

Benefit Benefit

How will Young World Club Benefit Your Child?

  • Keep your kids engaged with interactive crosswords, puzzles, videos and much more.
  • Improve communication and IQ skills
  • Engage children in creative and problem-solving activities



Curated Content

and balanced palette of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities that enhances cognitive,creative


Responsive Site

across various platforms- desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile(for grown ups!) so that you can explore the site.


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.

Try It Before You Buy It

Explore Our Diverse Content below before you buy it!

  • Change

    Really wild


    14 May, 2024

    These non-fiction books and documentaries present captivating insights and unfiltered tales from the heart of Nature.

  • Read

    Wonders of the woodland


    16 May, 2024

    Beauty and danger go hand in hand in these enchanted realms. Read on to know more about forests in books and movies.

  • Play

    Towards a fit and healthy body


    15 May, 2024

    There are some terms that relate to health and others that are concerned with fitness. However, a few connect both.

  • Think

    Exploring equations


    15 May, 2024

    Imagine you're on a treasure hunt with a map to find the hidden treasure. Linear equations are like that map! Learn how to decode them!

  • Do

    On stage


    16 May, 2024

    Most props are ordinary objects like a chair or a cup or calendar. But it is usually something that is vital to the ongoing performance.

  • Travel

    Under the dancing lights


    14 May, 2024

    Many parts of the world recently witnessed a stunning phenomenon in the sky due to a strong geomagnetic storm. Find out more.

  • Play

    On red dirt


    18 May, 2024

    Tennis enthusiasts around the world are all set for the second Grand Slam of the year. Are you?

  • Read

    Democracy in action


    13 May, 2024

    With India in the throes of election fever, this is a good time to learn more about how our elections are held.

  • Change

    Mountain man


    17 May, 2024

    On May 19, Ruskin Bond turns 90. Celebrate India's most-loved children's author with these books and movies based on his fiction.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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

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.

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.

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 5-15, parents, and teachers.

Is YWC available free of cost?

As of now, YWC can only be accessed with payment. Click here and Avail 2-weeks free trial

How do I write feedback to content on YWC?

YWC welcomes the opinions and views of its readers. Feedback can be sent to ywc@thehindu.co.in

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 content_ywc@thehindu.co.in 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.

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 content_ywc@thehindu.co.in along with photos, pictures, sketches or videos and your name and contact. Mark the subject of your e-mail ‘Specialist Contribution’.

Should I pitch a content idea first? How do I know if my article /content will be published?

Given the number of content partners and contributions, the YWC team might take a while to respond to pitches, so it is better if you send at least one contribution for us to assess. Since we also need to balance the content across different sections, we will not always be able to specify the date of publication in advance.

How can I pay?

You can subscribe by going here, You can alternatively pay by clicking on the ‘Subscribe’ link and choosing the relevant package. Payment can be made through Credit/Debit cards or Netbanking facility.