Shraddha Tiwari talks about Right to Education. INTRODUCTION Education as an entity in viewed essentially for all. It is fundamental to a nation’s all round development, material and spiritual. This makes education a necessity for not only an individual but to a larger extent of positively contributing to nation-building. This is can be understood with… Continue reading Right to Education
Radha Sharan talks about Gender Equality in India. INTRODUCTION Gender equality is an issue that has long plagued Indian society despite the voluminous developmental stages the country has been undergoing. However, the age is such that this bias in the genders cannot be silently endured. With advancements in almost every field, including Education, women,… Continue reading Gender Equality
Disha Mazumdar talks about gender equality in India. INTRODUCTION Equality a small word but has a great importance. Equality is something when every individual is at same level and nobody is above other. Gender Equality has been a major concern for many countries but very few have achieved it or taken any steps… Continue reading Gender Equality Affects Us All
Diksha Singh Rathore writes about the how the ancient Bharat and the present India are different yet so connected. INTRODUCTION “How many countries have two names, one constitutionally documented and another probably an English translation for people who cannot pronounce it? People speaking English or any other European language often have a problem pronouncing eastern… Continue reading India V/s Bharat- One Nation With Differences
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.