Nagraj Adve By Shrey Ostwal* With the teachers day around the corner, the schools in the country are getting ready to remember the second president of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. I still vividly recall how I used to carry roses on this day to school to gift them to my favourite teachers as a token … Continue reading Teachers doing their bit towards climate change. Are we learning?
By Sunita Chawan* ‘Education is the most powerful weapon to change the world’ -- Nelson Mandela Education is of prime importance for everyone, even the people who have not gained education in the past wants their children to be educated. School forms the basis of the children’s education and where they spend their maximum time. … Continue reading Towards holistic development of children, experiential learning
Shefali Chhaya* Growing up in India as a girl is not easy, as per the gender inequality index 2021 we rank 140th out of 156 nations. The gender gap in India has widened to 62.5% majorly due to inadequate representation of women in labour force participation, income inequality, and most importantly female to male literacy … Continue reading Antidote for patriarchy: Empowering girls through education
Dalit Adivasi Shakti Adhikar Manch communique on a Scheduled Caste Professor slapped by an Upper Caste Professor in Lakshmibai College, Delhi University: Caste is reality of our inhuman society still today and it is deliberately protected by the institutions, a matter of caste atrocity came on 16.08.2021 at Laxmi Bai College of Delhi University where … Continue reading Why this Dalit professor has received no support from college authorities, is being harassed
By Vidya Bhushan Rawat* Dr R S Praveen Kumar is one of the most outstanding minds of our country. If I were to speak about him, I can only say, he deserves to be in the Ministry for Education. No one in my memory in the last couple of decades has influenced the lives of … Continue reading Conspiracy to defame an outstanding institution builder Dr RS Praveen Kumar
By Devika Mittal* For Nelson Mandela, education is the “most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” His assertion echoes the sentiment towards education across societies. While education is an important institution of socialization that strives to re-produce a society, it also carries a crusader image that can usher a desired change. … Continue reading Curriculum reform, school culture, change: Reflections from caste-ridden India
By Dr Anjusha Gawande* “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” ... Since its inception, the year 2020 has impacted the lives of every individual in one way or other, as the COVID-19 pandemic had begun to spread its negative impact from one country to another, one state to another, one city to … Continue reading Effective use of digital platforms will act as stepping stone for the future of education