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Time to revisit corporal punishment framework

In the recent months, some dastardly acts of shooting and killings on campuses have given rise to fears of a new trend. Ritu Chhabra, 47, principal of Swami Vivekanand Public…

Time to declare schools as a national asset

With government’s aggressive push on digitalization in education, there is risk of a different kind whereby policy makers and administrators may set onto a different path. Schools, teachers and classrooms,…

Budget of Hope

The Union Budget 2018-19 will be presented on February 1 and therefore whatever we may recommend or write about it, will be largely immaterial to some extent as the decision…

The tickling bomb of Juvenile crimes is a disaster in waiting;

Let’s wake up to mitigate it by institutionalizing school counseling services The ‘stupid’ reason to pull an examination off by murdering a little innocent boy allegedly by a teen as…

Pradyuman Thakur’s Murder an eye opener to private schooling falsehoods

The ghastly murder of seven-year old, Pradyuman Thakur, in his school (Ryan International School, Gurgaon) on September 8 morning sent chills down the spine of the whole nation as soon…

India’s skill development story a no success story

July 15 marked the World Skills Day and optics and big events unlike the past two years was missing this time. In a way it was good because in din…