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Corporal Punishment is Turning India’s Schools into a Fish Market

Corporal Punishment is Turning India’s Schools into a Fish Market

From lack of classroom management skills possessed by a teacher to the economic background the children belong to, corporal punishment in India is handed out due to a myriad of reasons.

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Acharya Devobhava: Let’s Empower Our Teachers

Acharya Devobhava: Let’s Empower Our Teachers

Let’s stop the blame game right from today and truly believe that we can empower our teachers. And that they have the infinite power within themselves to create a magical moment in school and community.

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Education in India: Learning from the Past

Education in India: Learning from the Past

Written by and  on August 12, 2015 | Blogs

A particularly interesting aspect of education in India, as we celebrate India’s 69th Independence Day, is the comparison of the change our freedom fighters anticipated and struggled to bring within our education system, with what the situation is at present.

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Do You Think Arjun and Eklavya Can Be in the Same Classroom in Modern Day India?

Do You Think Arjun and Eklavya Can Be in the Same Classroom in Modern Day India?

Written by and  on August 12, 2015 | Blogs

Modern India needs modern thinking – it can start with our classrooms being a true representation of our social realities. Let’s embrace the Right to Education and illuminate more minds.

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Where Do the Tribals Fit in our Education System?

Where Do the Tribals Fit in our Education System?

Written by on August 11, 2015 | Blogs

With a population of more than 10 crore, India has the single largest tribal population in the world. That’s 8% of our total population. While measures have been adopted spread education across the country, it is this 8% which remains neglected for many reasons.

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