Before we can be totally optimistic about the role of education in a woman’s life, let us first inspect the nature of the schooling system in India.
This girl from Kerala is dreaming with the people of Kichangani, a small village 35 kms away from the city of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
This is the kind of a moment when you would want Morgan Freeman to say these words with a twinkle in his eye - “Remember, remember, the Seventeenth of September!”
India with its 1.2 billion people and after almost seven decades of independence, does not know how many public libraries it has.
IBPS has the backing of the MoF to refuse thousands of candidates their right to employment.
Imagine a school that actually dares to put LGBT issues on the table in its sex education classes.
I am reluctant to let my labor of missing every class, walking every rally and reciting every slogan turn into someone's 'winning strategy'.
It’s as if the government is expecting a structure to construct itself out of thin air by merely providing a blueprint for it.
The teacher doesn’t sit with us because she says we are “too dirty.”
"The paradox is that if the quota is lifted the students might fail, and if it is not, the university might."
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Change is possible only if the students realise that this is not just an uncomfortable seat that they have to hold for a few years before being released to freedom.
This dissatisfaction will soon turn into fury. Once that happens, there will be no smokescreen to cower behind.
One thing I can tell you with a certain amount of surety is that there are many students like me and the system failed all of them. Every one of them!
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The protesters are convinced that the state is involved as well, which they they think is evident from the inadequacy of their investigations.
without such push for reform, India will have a few pockets of elite progress floating on a large pool of illiteracy and underperformance
Ideologies such as those glorifying St Stephen’s are dangerous.
What stands out is the irresponsible nature shown by the Govt. in making a change so abrupt that forces students to make a mid-term jump from one language to another.
How many times have we heard this - using ‘culture’ as a defense for justifying unequal treatment?