Tag: Higher Education

A Tale of Two Histories: Where Is the Northeast in Our...

Co-authored by Haya Wakil and Aarathi Ganesan  Most Indian citizens can wax eloquent on India’s’ ancient dynasties and kingdoms, its freedom fighters and perhaps even...

Fighting the Good Fight: Can Indian Liberal Institutions Stay True to...

Written by Tanvi Mehta  While creating the education system for independent India, the first Education Minister, Maulana Azad, shouldered the responsibility of creating an institution...

Can the Swacch Bharat Summer Internship Pave the Way for Community...

Co-authored by Simran Taneja and Charith Reddy  Let us rewind to four years ago when a fresh-faced Narendra Modi called upon all citizens to dedicate...

The 2019 National Education Policy Must Enable Girls’ Right to Education

Written by Evita Rodrigues  Research by Tanvi Mehta  The potential of education to empower often goes unrecognized. It is a tool capable of empowering women to...

Central Board of Security Errors: Solving the CBSE’s Reputation for Leaking...

Here, we break down the process of how papers are set and sent to the examination centres. An in-depth look at each stage of...

Barbarians at the Feet of Dragons

Written by Philip Deweyi  Introduction: Getting to the core of today’s emerging challenges In an increasingly complex global economy, rapidly evolving technology forces us to question...

Analysing Affirmative Action: A Question of Morality?

Written by Aarushi Aggarwal Anita (name changed), a girl from the General Category, is a student at a reputed Indian university. In a recently concluded...

‘Open’ for Business: The Growth of Massive Online Open Courses in...

Co-authored by Aarathi Ganesan and Aditya Vikram By virtue of her burgeoning population and proactive Right to Education policy, India is home to around 310...

Transforming Indian Education: What Should the New Education Policy Tackle?

Researched by Tanvi Mehta Written by Amrita Singh The first National Education Policy of independent India was drafted and implemented in 1968, followed by a second...

Bursting the Bubble: Bad Education Loans in India

A competitive job market mandates that only ‘well-educated’ potential employees may fight for its spoils. It is this simple axiom that has guided the...