Shraddhaa Tiwari elucidates the Goverment’s campaign of ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ and the atrocities inflicted. She also comments upon the strategies via programmes and schemes formulated by the Govt. to address the matter efficiently.
In this paper, Arti Agrahari presents a novel idea of how Information and Communication Technologies can be used in Education. ABSTRACT Education is a developmental factor for any country. Today, since technology is involved in every activity, technical education plays an important role in enhancing the quality of life, human resource development, etc. Information and… Continue reading Information & Communication Technology in Education
In the context in which this term was coined, India and Bharat were not meant to mean two separate geographical entities but two different notional ones. `India’ is that notional entity, largely Anglicised and relatively better-off, that had obtained the succession of colonial exploitation from the British; while `Bharat’ is largely rural, agricultural, poor and… Continue reading India v/s Bharat: Bridging the divide through education
Abstract Foreign Direct Investment is a topic that has attracted a lot of furore in the past few years in India. With the government allowing FDI in retail, it is imperative to think of its significance in the education sector. This paper analyses the concept of Foreign Direct Investment, its role in education sector, the… Continue reading Strategy for bringing FDI in Education