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Why RTE experts believe the World Bank’s STARS programme will damage India’s grassroots school education system
The World Bank approved $500 million for the STARS programme to improve the quality and governance of school education in six Indian states. But education activists are against the programme
The UNDP 2020 report ranks India at a staggering 122 among 189 countries in its Gender Inequality Index. India has a score of 0.501 (2018) while Switzerland which tops the list has just 0.037
Want Shashi Tharoor as your prof? He will be teaching foundation courses at Masters’ Union School of Business
Dr Tharoor will teach a foundation course at the Masters’ Union which will draw from his experience as an eminent thinker, writer and administrator
How red tape, apathy and law loopholes have deprived thousands of OBC candidates constitutionally mandated reservation in medical colleges
Several MPs, students, activists, welfare groups, faculty members have come out to demand the proper implementation of the OBC quota. But how was it overlooked for so long?
for so long?
Over the years, activists, politicians, educationists alike have continued to consistently express their disapproval of the exam and criticised it of being exclusionary and discriminatory
Academicians ask World Bank to postpone loan to MHRD for 'STAR' project, demand wider consultation first
The signatories also asked World Bank and MHRD to hold wider public consultation citing inadequate consultation on the STARS project
The officials had a meeting with Lok Sabha Speaker and the Rajya Sabha Chairman and are now evaluating 'all means' of a virtual session with members of both Houses
Why these Kerala politicians posting photos of distributing TVs to kids for online classes is unlawful — and how they reacted!
Dhisha, a collective of young activists has written to the Education Minister and the Child Rights Commission stating the same. This is how the politicians responded to the claims
10,000 medical seats robbed from OBCs in last 3 years: MPs, Academics sign statement condemning denial of reservation
The signatories pointed out the irony in the government's efficiency in creating over 5k seats for the EWS quota but failing to do the same for the OBCs
Gujarat Forensic Sciences University calls for stepping up DNA evidence collect & test' in India to combat expected surge in rapes post-lockdown
Taking note of the expected surge in crime after the COVID-19 lockdown, the initiative aims at equipping first-line responders in criminal investigation with a clear understanding of DNA evidence
One year after Payal Tadvi: How Indian campuses have normalised casteism and failed to provide a safe space for marginalised students
On the first death anniversary of Dr Payal Tadvi, who was pushed to suicide because of her casteist peers, we look at how campuses have allowed the nurturing and breeding of caste hegemony
For the seats drawn from the States for the All India Quota, SC/STs are provided 15% and 7.5%. In the same way, OBCs should be provided 27% . the Association argued
CEO Eric Yuan had admitted that despite "working around the clock" to support the influx of new users, the service had "fallen short of the community's privacy and security expectations"
12 out of 15 apex body members not in favour of changing name from 'Allahabad University' to 'Pragyaraj'
After being passed by the Parliament, the proposal would be sent to the President for approval and necessary changes can be made in the university's act, statues and ordinances
The new academic year begins in September instead of the July-August period because of the Lockdown and the Government is considering to formalise the policy before that time
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