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In defense of Ms Tyagi

In today’s times an outrageous news not only make headlines, but it also goes viral. And, if has the bearing of a ‘Hindu’ teacher getting a ‘Muslim’ pupil slapped by peers, then, it gets editorialized left, right and centre. The teacher in question Ms Tripta Tyagi at Neha Public School in Khubbapur (Muzzafarnagar), Uttar Pradesh, who made students of her …

Karnataka CM’s statement on scrapping NEP 2020 in the state is unhealthy politics

The statement made by the Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah, saying that Karnataka will scrap the National Education Policy 2020 (NEP) from the next academic year, wasn’t unexpected. The Congress manifesto in the recently concluded May 2023 Assembly elections had already included this as a ‘promise.’ On why from next year, the CM said that since the academic year has already …

Kendriya Vidyalayas as a ‘Government Lab’ for model schooling needs children first model

The 1250 plus Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs) or Central Schools spread across India have been receiving a lot of attention and admiration for being the model government run schools. This attention has doubled after 2015 as students of these schools feature regularly in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s student-oriented events and town halls like pariksha pe charcha (one of the most publicized …

QS World University Ranking 2024 snapshot for India encouraging ?

Rankings and league tables acting as the ‘underlying platforms of marketing activity and canvassing’ for institutions in this globalized era, is one of the widespread criticisms in the academic circles. This criticism is not completely unfounded as many HEIs across the world are investing both ways in these rankings to move upward in the table. In India, public institutions of …

Darul Uloom Deoband’s English ‘ban’ offers an opportunity for a refreshing study for all

Darul Uloom Deoband, the renowned Islamic seminary in Saharanpur district of Uttar Pradesh, is in the crosshairs of law for a recent ‘ban’ order on the learning of languages other than Arabic and Urdu. Learning of English language and skills, which appears to be increasingly popular within the student community of the seminary is seen as the chief driver for …

Union Budget 2023-24: Decoding the philosophy and direction of Education Sector for ‘Amrit kaal’

Most post-budget commentaries for years have remained steadfast in quantitative discourse and more so in case of education sector in India. The significative recommendation of 6% GDP spend on education made by Kothari Commission in 1966 has remained a crossbar for most writers, who dissect budgets for an analysis in this very backdrop. And, since then return disappointed as national …

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