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CRPF helps restore a school in strife-torn Jammu and Kashmir
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Education for a Better India

Posted by Equitymaster India's public school system reaches 250 million children through 1.5 million schools. The outcomes in education are demoralising as demonstrated by Teach for India and an annual primary school report (ASER) conducted by Pratham. The ... Equitymaster.com, 2 months ago

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Trump's education nominee killed a school regulation bill in Detroit; here's what that reveals about her policies

Detroit Public Schools, Betsy DeVos had argued, should simply be shut down and the system turned over to charters
 Business Standard2 months ago

Pooling around the ban

For decades, Bengalureans had no choice beyond the city's notoriously inadequate public transport system and troublesome autorickshaw rides. App-based taxis gave them that alternative, and with carpooling, those services became affordable for many more. Now, ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Universities & the end of social justice: Why must the recent happenings in JNU concern us?

It is high time that we realise that the constitutional commitment to public-funded education is not merely a question of enabling access to knowledge-institutions - but, substantively, access to infrastructures of quality education. The irony of public ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Meet on measures to expand universal health coverage

Experts today stressed on educating health sector professionals to expand universal health coverage in context of achieving sustainable development goals, at an event here. At the inaugural session of the 8th South East Asia Public Health Education ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

No end in sight to Jat stir; Malik says ball in govt's court

There was no end in sight to the Jat agitation in Haryana seeking reservation in education and government jobs which entered 15th day today. Sit-ins and dharnas continued in many areas across the state, a day after a meeting between representatives of a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Performance audit system of teachers should be evolved: Par

Expressing concern that there was no system of ensuring accountability and performance of teachers, a parliamentary panel has suggested that a performance audit system, based on feedback from students and peers, should be evolved. In its 284th report, the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

'Introduce biometric system in primary schools to check teachers' absenteeism'

The Economic Survey has suggested introduction of biometric attendance system for teachers in all primary schools. The Survey has identified 'teacher absenteeism' as one of the main causes behind the fall in the learning outcome of students. The Survey ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Primary school teachers are agents to change society: Sonowal  Business Standard3 weeks ago

This government has made RBI servile, says Arun Shourie

Former Union minister and journalist Arun Shourie on Tuesday said structural flaws in the political system have allowed parties to employ politics of desire to undermine the spirit of democracy. Delivering a public lecture at the National Institute of ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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The scary story of higher education in India

21st century India may have witnessed expansion of higher educational institutions, but who can afford it? Sushree Panigrahi & Jeet Singh look at the numbers. IMAGE: A college student in New Delhi. India's gross enrolment ratio in higher education is the lowest among the BRICS nations -- Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa, according to World Bank data. Photograph: Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters. As many as 44.81 million -- 16.6 per cent male and 9.5 per cent female -- Indian undergraduate ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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