The Right, The Wrong: NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY

Education is fundamental for achieving full human potential, developing an equitable and just society, and promoting national development. Providing universal access to quality education is essential to economic growth, social justice and equality, scientific advancement, national integration, and cultural preservation; and for India’s continued ascent, progress, and leadership on the global stage. Moreover, India has the highest youth population in […]

Policy analysis: Jal Jeevan Mission

Introduction: The Jal Jeevan Mission (JJM) is a government initiative to supply piped water to the households in India through the Functional Household Tap Connections (FHTC) by the year 2024. This mission aims at the integrated level of demand and supply of water management at the local level. It is based on an approach to provide water accessibility to all […]

Corona Virus and access to education

COVID -19 pandemic has affected people and governments globally bringing out deep-rooted problems, especially in the medical and education sector. In a matter of weeks, COVID-19) has changed how students are educated around the world. Those changes give us a glimpse at how education could change for the better – and the worse – in the long term. With the […]

The Educational Distress and its Solution in Compromise

“विद्याधनम्सर्वधनंप्रधानम”(Vidhya Dhanam Sarva Dhanam Pradhanam) is a famous Sanskrit proverb which translates that the giving or imparting of education holds the highest of virtues among any other kind of giving or charity. But in today’s world creation and registration of a trust or society to sell it off for the highest bid in future to an educationist willing to start […]

New Education Policy: A Critical Analysis

The New Education Policy, 2020 (“NEP 2020”) that was announced on 31 July 2020 has captured a mixed bag of response, some astonished by its liberal flexible claims while some endured uneasiness and shockwaves. The 10+2 system that was in place has been replaced by 5+3+3+4, wherein the first five years is aimed at foundation education, the next three for […]

FORENSIC SCIENCE AND EVIDENCE

INTRODUCTION: We all have come across various films which show forensic inspection at the crime scene to find who is the accused behind a particular crime. But how do the forensic scientists really work and what is the science behind their work is a matter to be studied and looked upon. Forensic science is also labelled as criminalistics. The work […]

The Quest For Marriage Equality in India

In the same week when the Supreme Court of the United States delivered its landmark judgment recognising the rights of the LGBTQ community against being fired for of their queer identity, the eight colours of pride shone brightly in India too, when a High Court recognised the right to consensual cohabitation between people of the same sex, outside wedlock. The […]