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Why gender equality in freedom of expression remains a distant goal even after Nobel Peace Prize to female journalist
Irene Khan, the special investigator on the promotion and protection of freedom of opinion and expression, said that "women's voices are being suppressed by laws, policies of the state and society"
Pro Tip: To achieve big goals, focus on the process and keep refining it. At each step you’ll find a new
The crackdown on tutoring in China has roiled the shares of tutoring companies traded in Hong Kong and New York
Yoga breaks can be looked at as a tool to break the monotony of classrooms, and help students let off some steam, especially in a post-pandemic world
Pro Tip: Set 10x objectives in areas of greatest importance to you. 10x goals force you to utilise all resources at your disposal to full potential and find creative ways to achieve your objective
Many English language teachers’ obsession with grammar teaching and insistence on grammatical competence have killed learners’ curiosity and interest in learning English effectively
Kimmane Ratnakar said that the BJP pushed NEP without listening to any stakeholder's opinions
Online classes are both the demand and the need of the hour. But how huge is the gap between the haves and have-nots in terms of access to online education?
Pro Tip: For best results, your team must align like a fist. Every member should know and perform their roles in alignment for the team purpose. No one is greater or smaller.
Reopening of schools a dilemma for students; apprehension and excitement on show in equal proportions
Student opinion seems to be divided about schools reopening at a time when there have been ample warnings about a third wave of COVID-19. Students also point out that they haven't been vaccinated yet
Pro Tip: To get the best out of all your teams and relationships, set a common purpose of growth and watch how it helps you, your team and your relationships grow
COVID has been tough on all of us, especially students. How benevolent should examiners be in allotting marks in a post-pandemic world?
The Supreme Court recently asked the CBSE to allow students to make changes to their names. Why did the CBSE have restrictions on it, and what were there the court's objections to the same?
The mid-day meals are a much-appreciated scheme of the government to keep kids in school and keep them healthy. But, does it really serve the purpose of supporting the student's mind?
Government college lecturers allege that the age limit makes it hard for them to be appointed as principals. Is the restriction fair, or is it an abstract rule that robs the deserving of the position
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