The post-COVID trend of professionals exploring a second innings in the social sector is a welcome development, but this transition can be daunting and unsatisfactory unless one is prepared for what’s in store. Hear what a few of those who have embarked on this journey have to say.
There are too many children falling through the cracks of our education system. In principle and practice, Section 12(1)(c) needs to be reformed in the state to account for parents’ real-world situations
Nowhere else is public participation in the democratic process better used, or needed, than in India's education sector.
The grant agreement reflects and amplifies the unequal power dynamic inherent to CSR, which manifests in the form of unfavourable conditions on the grantee.
Targeted policy reforms needed to support the online learning of 79 million students in India’s Affordable Private Schools.
What implications does the LDF’s ‘model development’ have on education and spending for whichever alliance inherits the reins of the state?
When parents stopped paying fees, teachers taught without pay for months during a pandemic.
Over the past few decades, parents have overwhelmingly shifted their children from government-run schools to private schools. The 4 lakh+ private schools in India...
In late September last year, the Karnataka High Court quashed an amendment which introduced a domicile reservation for The National Law School of India...
Edited by Malavika V N Presently, out of the whole set of entrepreneurs in India, only 13% comprise of women. Considering that women constitute close...