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RTE has become more of schooling & emphasis on education missing

Five years of right to education act and nothing seems have changed. Education still remains a distant dream for children across the country while high drop-outs and low quality of education are ma

IIT group’s episode raises question about TN students’ politics

Last week there was a major controversy at Indian Institute of Technology – Madras (IIT-M) after it banned the Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle (APSC), a student group, following an anonymous co

PM Modi reveals secrets of his oratory

In the age of prepared speech, notes or teleprompter (A teleprompter is a display device that prompts the person speaking with an electronic visual text of a speech or script), the secret formula o

Tenon group adopts govt school in Jhajjhar, gives a facelift

Tenon group, a security and facility management company, has undertaken renovation project of a school in Jhajjhar, Haryana, as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme.

Kota`s journey from a dying town to a coaching hub

Till the mid-1990s, Kota’s air was fragrant. The scent emanated from trees of neem, mango and guava, rose bushes and vines of chameli, mogra, and raat ki rani – varieties of jasmine &nd

Right to Education: No sweeping change yet

At least once a week, nine-year-old Durga starts her day cleaning the floor of her classroom. She studies in a primary school in Kankrel village, in Amber block of Jaipur in Rajasthan. While studen

You need some system of accountability: Atishi Marlena

Giving highest priority to education, the AAP government in Delhi is working towards bringing government schools at par with private schools. Atishi Marlena, advisor to deputy chief minister an

Schools for change

Sarvodaya Co-Ed Senior Secondary School, Sultanpuri, emerged as one of the best performers among Delhi’s government schools in CBSE’s plus-two examinations. The  school’s pas

Follow the rules, and India will rule: Modi

India is changing. India`s standing at the global stage is rising and this is due to Jan Shakti, said prime minister Narendra Modi. “Follow the rules, and India will rule,” he exhorte

An engineering disaster

After passing the 12th board exams in 2014, Vikas Kumar, of Madhepura in Bihar, took a year’s break to prepare for the engineering entrance exam. The hard work paid off and he managed to scor

The maker unmade

The bad news about India’s engineering graduates continues unabated. Most recently, a study by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences concluded that American students of computer



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