The truth is, the standard textbooks used by the CBSE, ICSE, ISC or any other board allow little or no space for individual opinions to be formulated.
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In the 80 years of its extant, Maryam Mirzakhani is the first woman mathematician to win the Fields Medal.
In government schools, teachers have been hired with a degree in special education, but implementation and enrolment is dismal in almost all such schools
This is a new chapter. The varsity has finally allowed transgender applicants to enrol in post graduate courses from the current year.
A leadership journey envisioning to build a movement of young, brilliant minds from the University of Delhi who are equipped to drive change
You have creative solutions to the existing problems of the society, but don’t have the adequate support?
We do not perceive subjects as something worth to learn from but rather see it as stock market where we invest our credentials to get the profits.
Passion and talent is slaughtered almost audibly as scores of a student grudgingly take up Science in class 11, simply to protect the family's prestige
Batra, an 85-year old retired school principal, is the member of the RSS and headed its education wing sometime back.
In an epic case of adding fuel to the fire, the Government came down heavily on Civil Service aspirants protesting against the UPSC’s elitism.
Much like India herself, her engineers speak a story of great contradiction.
"Instead go to a school that gives you space to volunteer in some local organization, work on research projects, and explore the subjects that interest you"