COVID-19 Vaccine | Students Pursuing Higher Education Outside India Have Been Prioritized, Why Can’t...
With an in-house population of 3.74 crore students, of which 50 lakh are PhD and Masters prospects, intergenerational learning losses, early marriage, mental health issues and a rise in unemployment loom large.
Secondary and higher learning institutions have practised ‘blended learning’ for a year. Now, they must evaluate their own learnings just as much as they must examine their students. Are traditional methods of evaluation even fair game in this mode? Most importantly, are our teachers up for it?
For Digital Governance Solutions to Reach the Marginalised, Working With Offline Intermediaries Is Key
It is vital to examine the design and deployment of digital governance mechanisms in India through the lens of inclusion.
To address the issue of begging in India justly, a new government vocabulary and responsibility surrounding destitution needs to be developed.
While online learning has its own exclusionary faults, it also reclaims students' rights to movement and action, taken from them by physical classrooms.
Decoding the impact of the COVID19 pandemic on para-athletes and their preparations for the Paralympic Games 2021
Prolonged lockdowns, apathetic social security services, and not being seen as high-priority recipients of the vaccine, have left them more vulnerable than ever before.
The cost of vaccination seems to be too high for many; convincing these women can have multiplying effects on India’s drive to universally immunize.
As Pune’s boundaries become more fluid, ‘Puneris’—a historically nuanced descriptor that includes migrant groups—are diversifying too.