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Education

By Lekshmi Parmeswaran
In Education
Feb 8th, 2016
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The government should incentivize the private sector to train workers in order to take advantage of the demographic dividend Perhaps the biggest of all anomalies lies in the Indian labour market. The country which is known for its excellent quality of labour is also the country with almost 90 per cent of its workforce falling under the unskilled or semi-skilled categor...
By Ramesh Raja
In Education
Feb 8th, 2016
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How Indian manufacturing sector is suffering from non-availability of skilled labor Manufacturing PMI in India decreased to 49.10 in December from 50.30 in November of 2015. It is the first contraction since October 2013. Yet hope abounds. India’s manufacturing sector could touch US$ 1 trillion by 2025. There is potential for the sector to account for 25-30 per cent of...
By Ramesh Raja
In Education
Nov 5th, 2015
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Will it hold the key in Hindi heartland? The language of English as a medium in schools is finally catching up in most parts of India, particularly in Hindi heartland, defying politicians endeavourto push Hindi. Thanks to its growing importance in different walks of life, more and more parents are voting with their feet and opting to put their children in English-mediu...
By Sagarika Ranjan
In Education
Sep 14th, 2015
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Basic education, the platform for running skilling program is missing SKILLED INDIA is a dream for now. Weaved out of policies’ aims and imitation of the developed nations, the weave lacks shape; it lacks yarn and lacks the prerequisites. We are trying to make hands write sentences when the mind does not know of alphabets. We are asking the legs to turn left when the m...
By Sagarika Ranjan
In Education
Aug 11th, 2015
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Several schools are charging money from students THERE IS no trust more sacred than the one the world holds with children. There is no duty more important than ensuring that their rights are respected, that their welfare is protected, that their lives are free from fear and want and that they can grow up in peace. These are the words of former Secretary General of Unit...
By GovernanceToday
In Education
Jul 23rd, 2015
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In the education system which is in place in our country today, the evaluation provides an essential yard stick to judge the quality of students. It also provides motivation and a sense of purpose to both teachers and students to achieve defined set of goals. Evaluation of students begins at very early stage. This traditional evaluation process had many negative effect...
By Ramesh Raja
In Education
May 7th, 2015
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The Right to Education Act may have pioneered a sort of revolution across schools in India, but simply bringing an act is not enough in inspiring children to make it a regular practice to attend their classes with utmost zeal. It requires an inspiring teacher like Pandit Vishnu Sharma, the author of the famous Panchatantra, the classic tales through which he used to im...
By Ritika Bisht
In Education
May 7th, 2015
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Can you elaborate on your work for minorities’ education? During my tenure as Chairperson of Girls Education, NCMEI, I have travelled across different regions and communities in India. Based on my findings, I prepared a document in which I had recommended various steps to encourage imparting education among minority girls. That recommendation was accepted by the Minist...
By GovernanceToday
In Education
May 7th, 2015
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Tell us about the inception of Ghaziabad Public School. Our institution was established in 1984 with a single room and six students. In the year 1992 and 1994 we got affiliation for class 10th and 12th and since then with the guidance of our Directors Mr and Ms Yadav we are smoothly sailing forward. We have started two more branches in Delhi NCR and there are plans to ...
By GovernanceToday
In Cover Story
May 7th, 2015
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The emphasis being laid on school education by the government has resulted in a great rise in demand for qualified teachers, across country. The rise in demand has also been aided by the parallel rise of the private school network. In turn, this has resulted in a massive increase in students’ interest in teachers’ degrees such as B.Ed. and Basic Teaching Certificate (B...