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Education 4.0 under a new government

With most of the political parties in the electoral contest releasing their manifestoes and voting phases having commenced, it is an interesting comparative study to arrive at some inference on how the country’s political class has evolved and responded to both the national discourse on education and disruptive technological impact on it. To say that education has been prioritized or …

New National Policy on Education announcement deferral ?

One of the first things that BJP-led NDA government announced in education sector was formulation of a New National Policy on Education. And the exercise continued literally all these five years but eventually nothing came out of it as the country moves into the election mode to elect a new government at the centre by May last week. Four extensions …

More Reservation in higher education: affirmative or negative?

The swiftness with which the present NDA government made Constitution (124th Amendment) Bill for 10 per cent reservation for economically weaker sections in the general category a law, underscores the age-old saying ‘where there is will, there is a way’ in some sense. Its effect and impact on jobs is comparatively straight arithmetic but same doesn’t hold up true for …

Unfinished Agenda in School Education

It is important to prioritize between foundational structure and refurbishing of an edifice, societal, governmental or economic. In the past four years and nine months, the current NDA government at the centre has made the latter choice, that is cosmetic interventions in school education to keep hopes of 25 crore children alive, and by that extension future human capital of …

Low key National Education Day

November 11 is the National Education Day in India and coincides with the birth anniversary of Maulana Abdul Kalam Azad, independent India’s first education minister (Aug 15, 1947-Feb 2, 1958). Designating National Education Day in his memory was a befitting tribute to his extraordinary contribution and  vision towards an egalitarian national education development mission of a newly free nation. And …

Kashmiri students are the gullible victims; a clear policy is needed to end their trauma

In the wake of some terror related recent incidents involving Kashmiri students studying outside their state, there is a backlash against them  across the county. In Punjab, where three students were arrested on terror links and a cache of weapons was ceased from their possession (from their hostel room at an engineering college on the outskirts of Jalandhar), was followed …

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