Saturday, April 4, 2020

Education

Real Interaction- Need of The Hour

Tell us about the inception of Ghaziabad Public School. Our institution was established in 1984 with a single room and six students. In the year 1992 and 1994 we got affiliation for class 10th and 12th and since then with...

Cakewalk Degrees – Commercializing the Education Business

The emphasis being laid on school education by the government has resulted in a great rise in demand for qualified teachers, across country. The rise in demand has also been aided by the parallel rise of the private school...

RTE Requires More Than Lip Service

Even though it completed its five years last month, the all-round execution of Right to Education is still far and shrouded in vagueness. Children wandering unattended, a usual scene at every government school in the country exposes how the...

The Hollow Right

India is a country which has the best and the worst of education. On the one hand, you have scientists, engineers, bureaucrats, philosophers, social activists and the crème de la crème of the society, and on the other, you...

Time Has Come to Invest in Teachers: A Teacher to Government

The system needs to be pro-poor. For the rich, there will always be plenty of options. But for the poor, the system will have to think more seriously. It was a sheer vision born out of personal adversity that the...

Money Matters…

Ambiguous RTE, ghost teachers, meager GDP allocation and shifting responsibilities on distribution of funds are the achievements of our age-old education system. A visit to government schools in rural India reveals the rot. Carefully wading through the dung cakes, horned...

Falling Standard of Education – Who is to Blame?

The number of educational institutions has increased manifold in the country but the standard of education has failed to improve learning skills among majority of students. Last year, the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) report revealed the status of...

Rotten Fruits in Social Basket – And of Course We Don’t Discriminate

Seventeen years I have crawled through guilt, shame, discrimination and social cohesion,” laments Reena who now is mostly confined to her home if not in school. She has it all – a tri-cycle from the government, school books, mid-day...

Burdened by Parental Expectations

Tushar Srivastava, a 13 year old boy, a student of eighth standard, lives with his family which dreams of seeing him getting admission into one of the top IITs. However, Tushar loves photography, painting and dreams of getting into...

A Poorly Managed Sector

Numerically, Indian education system is big at the global level. To regulate the education system and to govern them, there are various regulatory bodies, empowered by legislation to oversee and control the education process and outputs relevant to it....
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