To root out unreasonable cut-offs for admissions, NEP assessment reforms are critical. Reforms in school-leaving and higher education entrance have to take place simultaneously, says Rishikesh BS
Kriti Gupta, in Citizen Matters, highlights what Delhi teachers say about the ‘Happiness Curriculum’, based on her research study to understand the role of teachers in this curriculum and its impact on the students.
The honourable Deputy Chief Minister, Dr CN Ashwath Narayan inaugrated the Testing Centre in Magadi Road, Bengaluru.
- Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Government of Maharashtra under…
In Gorchha, Uttarakhand, the traditional occupations of rearing, herding, and weaving have been rendered financially unfeasible and are experiencing a serious decline in social status, writes Rituja Mitra, in People’s Archive of Rural India (PARI).
Harshavardhan Vasanti Mohan highlights in Citizen Matters, how privatisation transfers control and/or ownership from the public realm to private and entity depriving people from access to public resources.
Delivery Apps, Social Media and Innovation: Three Mantras for Revival of Kochi’s Restaurant Industry
Given the current turmoil, the restaurant industry is likely to now focus on producing safe food and its delivery, writes Ann Mary Biju, in Citizen Matters.
The COVID-19 pandemic has irrevocably changed urban spaces across the world and a decentralised response to the challenges posed by it could be the best way forward, writes Gokhulraj R, in Citizen Matters.
Anushree Goenka, in SRPF India, sheds light on the working conditions of the women employed in the cashew factories of Ganjam, Odisha through her photo essay.
With online payments as a beginning, we may slowly move towards action that will ensure long-term social security for this indispensable workforce, writes Sariya Ali, in Citizen Matters.
Gauging the impact of the Covid19 with a phone survey of 4000 workers across 12 states in collaboration with civil society organisations.