Shraddha Tiwari talks about the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna. INTRODUCTION After 65 years of independence of India, a vast majority of its rural households were untouched of being enclosed in the veil of bank accounts. This situation acted as the catalyst for the formation of a massive financial inclusion programme for primarily the rural… Continue reading Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojna
Diksha Singh Rathore writes about Women Empowerment in India. INTRODUCTION “I am no bird; and no net ensnares me: I am free human being with an independent will.” – Charlotte Bronte, Jane Eyre All over the world the concept of women empowerment is strongly dealt, as the major population of Human Race has been deprived… Continue reading Women Empowerment In Emerging India
Ridam Arsh elucidates the ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ scheme of the Central Government and what maybe achieved as part of it. The article also specifies the significance of the education of the girl child and specifies the challenges that lie, and how such could be adequately addressed.
Radha Sharan talks about the need for Uniform Civil Code in the country. India is a secular country which means that it has no particular religion to be followed. People are free to profess and practice any religion they wish to. Due to various religions in India, various personal laws are also there that govern… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code – Need For Modern India
Amrit Pradhan talks about Electricity Act 2003. Studying in a National Law University(NLU) , one of the centres of importance for Development of Law in the country with a posh campus, library and yes the most important feature, a blazing Wi-Fi connection. These are the three most important things in our University milieu. Basic utilities… Continue reading So Near Yet So Far! A Classic Indian Syndrome
Debashree Mukherjee explores the Marxian and the Hegelian approaches to Dialectics and the various aspects attached to such schools of thought. He also comments as to how both the approaches have created a division among philosophers due to their relevance in a dimension or the other, even after being poles apart in their essence on… Continue reading Dialectics : Hegelian And Marxian Debate