Dancing to the World Bank's tune
The World Bank, which is the largest lender of aid to the Third World, is casting its shadow on decisions made by the Indian Union ministry of …
Not a matter of religion
Who cares for India today
Novel approach to primary education catches on
New instruction methods have resulted in efficient primary schools in rural Andhra Pradesh, posing a challenge to the approaches adopted by the …
Is the desire for a cleaner environment a mere faddish concern? Some Dutch wisdom goes sour during a recent greenhouse debate
Educating the underprivileged
A review of our educational and training policy is desperately needed to educate tribals, the backward classes and the poor
Learning made easy
The Education Guarantee Scheme of the Madhya Pradesh government is a new approach to encouraging rural children to attend school. And the scheme …
Miseducation in Bastar
An ethnobotanist flags the problem with education in tribal areas
Since the Right To Education Act came into force on April 1, 2010, India has been witnessing an experiment that involves parents in enforcing a …
दक्षिण एशियाई देशों में केवल 13 फीसदी स्कूली बच्चों के घर पर है इंटरनेट की सुविधा: यूएन
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ऑनलाइन शिक्षा: बिना प्रयोगशाला के विज्ञान की पढ़ाई संभव है?
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COVID-19: Kenya ensures kids keep learning amid lockdown
A state body under the education ministry has intensified delivery of school programmes through radio and television broadcasts
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IIT-Madras to increase intake in data science course
The programme was introduced in 2017 as part of an exercise to provide undergraduate students an opportunity to do courses across disciplines
Electing India’s health transformation
The new government must convene a meeting of central and state health ministers annually, to build consensus across the political spectrum and …
Fertility in 91 countries insufficient to maintain population: study
The baby bust in 91 countries, including Singapore, Spain, Portugal and South Korea is happening simultaneous to a baby boom in 104 countries, …
C V Raman Fellowships bring African and Indian researchers closer
Between 2010 and 2018, close to 500 African researchers availed the C V Raman International Fellowship to improve the quality of lives …
Poor social indicators must make Gujarat rethink its growth model
Shockingly, the state’s infant mortality rate is worse than Jharkhand; it also has the fourth lowest teacher student ratio in the country
Poverty remains conditional to one's social status
Living in threat
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Earth lessons for Delhi's kids
A recent exhibition on the Earth had children in the Capital enthralled.
Doordarshan's new tricks show promise
Classroom 2000+ is a promising teaching experiment, which, if extended, could revolutionise science education in Indian villages. Meanwhile, Quest,…
Footprints of the wild
Publishers worldwide need to be goaded to specialise in environmental publications, but the fair was piled high with coffee table glossies on …
CONSERVING WILDLIFE:EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION AMOACHES Susan K Jacobson Columbia University Press US $15