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Nov 08, 2017
Gender Gap Index: Women's requirements never given priority when resources are limited, says Plan India's Bhagyashree DengleThere is a need to evolve separate strategies to bring girls on par with boys, says Plan India's Bhagyashree Dengle.
Aug 10, 2017
ITIs to get separate board like CBSE, 2.3 million pass-outs may be awarded certificates, says RudyITIs will come up like CBSE and ICSE schools in the days to come with the ministry having completely revamped their infrastructure requirements and syllabus.
Jul 03, 2017
NSSO kickstarts nationwide: 75th round of survey to include data on Swachh Bharat, educationThe 75th round of national sample survey will include data on communicable diseases, Swachh Bharat and education for specially-abled persons
Sep 09, 2016
Sikkim tops cleanliness survey among rural areas, Jharkhand ranks lastAccording to latest report compiled by the Ministry on sanitation coverage, as on today, Sikkim has retained the top slot with 99.9 percent sanitation coverage, followed by Himachal Pradesh
May 19, 2016
Gender pay gap is real in India: Here are the numbers to back it upTrouble convincing someone that the gender pay gap is real in India? We have fresh numbers to back it up
Apr 14, 2016
Swachchata Status Report: 70 percent more households get toilets in 2015-16Under the work of Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan, there was a recorded growth of nearly 70 percent in household level toilets in 2015-16, increasing to 97.73 lakh individual toilets from 58.54 lakh in 2014-15, said Swachhta Status Report 2016 by the National Sample Survey Organisation(NSSO).
Apr 06, 2016
Tutorials are a testament to the fact that formal education system exists, but does not deliverNearly a quarter of the student population or 7-odd crore go to off-school tutorials. One thing is sure: Formal education in schools exists, but it does not deliver
Mar 08, 2016
This Women's day, think about why India is letting down half its workforceDespite the increasing number of women pursuing secondary and post-secondary education, India’s women keep dropping out.
Nov 19, 2015
Identity in alien land: What explains the unique Chhat spirit among migrant Biharis?What makes Biharis celebrate Chhat with such infectious enthusiasm in big cities? The answer to this question is linked closely to the issues of identity and migration.
Jul 25, 2015
Agriculture can be highly profitable, but the gains are not easy to sustainIndia's farmers are good at production. Their Achilles' Heels are marketing and nature's waywardness. If the government could be more proactive, farming can be viable for many, though not all, farmers