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Apr 19, 2018
Dalit history month: In rural Bundelkhand, education remains a dismal scenario for Dalit childrenAccording to a UNICEF survey, 51% Dalit children drop out of elementary schools as opposed to 37% children from non-Dalit and non-Adivasi communities.
Apr 09, 2018
Shiksha Bachao Abhiyan: School vouchers to revamp primary education? Time India debated efficacy of programmeThe current method of delivering primary education is not yielding the desired results. It is perhaps time to bring in the school voucher programme.
Mar 26, 2018
As Narendra Modi champions rickshaw puller for opening 9 schools, RTE Act is killing willpower of budget schoolsIf Narendra Modi wants more initiatives like that of Ahmed Ali’s that he mentioned in his Mann Ki Baat address, he has to bring in a drastic overhaul of the Right to Education (RTE) Act, if not a complete junking of it
Mar 09, 2018
Over 48,000 children out of school in Maharashtra, reveals state's Economic SurveyDespite several efforts, including enacting the Right to Education Act, as many as 48,379 children were out of school in Maharashtra
Feb 25, 2018
Prakash Javadekar offers relief to school children: NCERT syllabus to be cut by half from 2019 onwardsIn a bid to provide relief to school students, the NCERT syllabus will be reduced by half from the 2019 academic session, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar has said.
Feb 11, 2018
English, cost of education forcing Delhi students to drop out of private schools, reveals NCPCR studyCommunication in English, cost of extra curricular activities are major reasons for students to drop out of private schools in Delhi
Feb 05, 2018
Nearly 40% adolescent girls in India lack access to education, majority forced to stay at home: NCPCR reportThe NCPCR report suggests that while most adolescent boys are unable to attend school because they are in all likeliness working, a majority of the girl children are not getting school education because they are either forced to stay at home or engaged in begging
Feb 03, 2018
Bengaluru private school fees burn deep holes in the pockets of middle-class parentsMiddle-income folks, whose annual income is between Rs 3.5-10 lakh, are worst hit by high school fees. Educating children at private schools is burning a deep hole in their pockets.
Dec 22, 2017
Sachin Tendulkar, muzzled in Rajya Sabha, takes to Facebook to discuss future of sports in India"We need to transform India from a sport-loving nation to a sport-playing nation," Sachin Tendulkar said in his message on Facebook
Dec 17, 2017
Sonia Gandhi overcame her caste and religion deficits as a politician, but chose Congress' interests over governanceAs the president of Indian National Congress, Sonia Gandhi constructed a political personality for herself that transcended caste and religion, and precisely what the founding fathers of the Indian Constitution had hoped for