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Private B Ed colleges: We’re victims of system not the culprits

Ashok Vyas on the left  Ashok Vyas, President, All India Association of Private Colleges (AIAPAC) who is also the founder-director of the Sh Rama Kant Vyas Mahila Shikshak Prashkshan Mahavidyalaya, Jhunjhunu Rajasthan spoke to Autar Nehru after he shared dais with union HRD minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishant at the inauguration function of the newly consturcted state-of-the art 4-storeyed office …

CAREER CHOICE TREND: Humanities courses scoring over Science, niche and offbeat courses also are gaining

Interview: Ruchir Arora, Co-founder & CEO CollegeDekho.com CollegeDekho.com is technology platform providing end-to-end admission solutions to students other offerings to colleges. It began as a start-up in 2015 and  today, it has emerged as one of popular student destination for information and counseling services. Curriculum magazine spoke with  Ruchir Arora, Co-founder & CEO.: CollegeDekho.com is now more than four years old, …

Strong and proactive governance must to overcome implementation challenge of big ticket initiatives under draft NEP, budget will be a test

The Indian education sector serves more than 315 million students, almost equivalent to the population of USA. Education holds the key to skilling, employability, research and shaping professional human capital, which in turn contributes to national economic and social development and therefore is the key driver of jobs and economic development. With Modi Government 2.0 beginning its innings, Curriculum magazine …

Modi Govt stalled our reforms, didn’t provide teachers

Education has been a major area of focus and a poll plank for Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which came into existence in November 2012 in the backdrop of anticorruption movement of Anna Hazare with the promise of doing a different brand of politics principally to take forward the agenda of ‘unheard and unseen’ common man.  At the same time, during …

Shisht Bharat campaign: The demand for a shisht Bharat (civility culture in citizenry/society) has to be created nationally through sustained talk and dialogue

The moral fiber of societies worldwide is deteriorating and is manifesting in the form of rude behaviors, more greed and shortcuts for materialistic happiness, crimes against humanity, rapes and general devaluation of human value system from empathy to honesty, patience and tolerance. In India, in addition to these items, cases of road rage, vandalism, cheating and disrespect for elderly are …

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