While in a Sai mandir, the author shares observations based on congregations, bhajans, and visual appearances of Sai tradition as practiced in Assam
The article revisits the institution of schooling provoked by the travails of a little girl’s initiation into the system. What does early schooling really serve?
While there will always be some subjectivity in measuring poverty, policymakers should strive to consider changes to how poverty is measured as programs’ poverty guidelines are critical for reducing income inequality.
This article challenges the conventional assessment methods which do not guarantee the subjective analysis and the overall evaluation of the child.
21st-century millennials are burdened with the challenges of pursuing a passion, amidst a lack of adequate jobs, and cutthroat competition. They lead very pessimistic lives.
Paulo Freire’s conceptualization of school education 50 years ago is relevant even today in post colonial societies, calling for a problem-posing method of education that includes perspectives of the marginalized.
Organic farming may not be viable at a large scale yet, but modern farming has degraded the quality and variety of food we eat in India
The tradition of liberty in Indian history across Gandhi, Vivekananda, Golwalkar, Tagore- all must continue unabated to realise the India’s true potential as the Viswa Guru.
While the NEP 2020 brings the much needed attention to early childhood education, and aspires to make India’s education system the best, there are some pitfalls on how its could treat diverse children at a tender age of three, in a homogenous manner.
Child and Curriculum are the two ends of school education as rethought by John Dewey
The jalsas are the songs of the Dalits, which have the potential to usher in change and a revolution, which explains why some of their songs are sabotaged because regardless of who holds power in the country.
I wanted to share my journey with you because I want you to know that you are not alone.