A Student from One of the Best Colleges in the Country

— By Ritika Last year I got admitted to one of the best colleges in our country, ranked according to all kinds of government and private agencies. The college believes only in meritocracy. To get admission, all you need are high percentages and approximately 20 thousand as admission fees and just a little luck toContinue reading “A Student from One of the Best Colleges in the Country”

Islamophobia in Schools: A Photo Essay

–By Insha Bint Bashir Artist Note: Creative photography needs a lot of props and a proper set which newcomers in the field of photography like me do not have access to. If there was no lockdown and I could go outside and have a model, it would have been to my satisfaction. I tried capturing someContinue reading “Islamophobia in Schools: A Photo Essay”

IF WE WANT TO TEACH INCLUSIVITY TO CHILDREN, FIRST LET’S LOOK AT THE WORLD THEY SEE

A. Engage with Childhood Discovery: The First Point of Worldview Distortion Recently, in my pursuit of unconventional cinema, I came across a set of heartwarming stories that believed in the power of an unconventional and distorting worldview. More so, a child’s view: looking through the glass and playing with the spectrum of light so youContinue reading “IF WE WANT TO TEACH INCLUSIVITY TO CHILDREN, FIRST LET’S LOOK AT THE WORLD THEY SEE”

The Importance and Potential of Entrepreneurship Education in India

A Critical Inquiry about Caste, Networking and Education On Republic Day, 2013, two billionaires, Kalpana Saroj and Milind Kamble, members of the Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce (DICCI) featured among the Padma awardees. “The award was less a celebration of material wealth and more one of human triumph over adversity as these two awardees overcameContinue reading “The Importance and Potential of Entrepreneurship Education in India”

Padhoge Likhoge Banoge Nawab

A study of socio-cultural deprivation towards access and inclusivity within Indian schools A recent incidence of police brutality in Minnesota, U.S.A, led to the death of a 46 year old black man named George Floyd. The ensuing global outrage at the heinous incident sparked a debate in India as well. Riding on the tide ofContinue reading “Padhoge Likhoge Banoge Nawab”

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