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The good and bad of micro ‘education policies’ interventions in practice need research

The whole of India was elated and filled with pride with son of the soil Prof Abhijit Banerjee, now an American, sharing this year’s Economic Sciences Nobel Prize with Prof…

Chandrayaan 2 mission is good for future of STEM education

Between September 7 and 8, Chandrayaan 2 mission, almost became a cult. Quite unprecedentedly, science or space science bonded and inspired a 1.25 billion people nation as never before. The…

From Special status to mainstream, J&K is a litmus test for developmental remedy

For more than five years since NDA swept power first in 2014 and now again for a consecutive second term this year in 2019 at the centre, the union government…

Draft NEP 19 has provided a big opportunity to arrive at India’s national education identity, agenda and goals

The talk and seeding of a New Education Policy (NEP) took birth with the release of BJP election manifesto in 2014. The mammoth exercise that has gone into it thus…

Missing Saliency of Education issue

Contrary to a lot of expectation that education as an electoral issue will figure prominently in the ongoing election for the 17th Lok Sabha that began on April 11,  this…

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…