Education

Education

Business Management colleges should learn from Vibrant Gujarat Summits

A mind boggling 21,000 MOUs appear to have been signed at the Vibrant Gujarat Summit this year. Considering that this was a three day event and assuming it covered 12 hours a day and assuming people were signing MOUs left, right and center from the word go, it computes to a mind boggling 9.7 MOUs […]

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Rigveda in Sanskrit on paper
Democracy
Education
Hindutva
Religion and Phiosophy

The Sanskriti of Sanskrit, the language of Brahmins

The attempt to enslave India under Hindu elite castes continues. This time it is by shoving Sanskrit down the throats of upcoming generations so that those who know “most” about it (read priests) will once more be the final word on knowledge. The myth being sold is that Sanskrit was the language of India and […]

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Munde Gopinathrao Pandurang Bharatiya Janata Party BJP   Constituency- BEED MAHARASHTRA  - Affidavit Information of Candidate
Corruption
Education
Politics & Political Commentary

Interesting update: Gopinath Munde graduates in 1976 from college established in 1978

In a continuing saga of fake educational qualifications, Gopinath Munde of BJP has stated in his signed affidavit for the Lok Sabha Elections 2014 that he has graduated B.J.L., from New Law College, Pune, 1976. He has claimed the same in 2004, while in 2009, he states B.J.L. without mentioning college. Now here is the catch  New […]

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Smriti Irani affidavit Lok Sabha Chandni Chowk 2004
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Education
Politics & Political Commentary

What are Smriti Irani’s real educational qualifications?

After Madhu Kishwar raised the question of Smriti Irani’s educational qualifications, the internet has been busy. It seems she has submitted different details at different times. Notably her affidavit for Lok Sabha Election 2004 from Chandni Chowk said she was a B.A. (1996) [page sc5] from Delhi University (School of Correspondence) in 2004 and for […]

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Child Rights
Democracy
Education

School Reloaded

This article takes off from the previous one exploring the natural rights of children that are abused casually. So here, I am looking at schools. Let me say upfront that I am not “designing an overhaul” and I don’t believe I should. Public services should always be designed by consensus, hopefully with some input or observation of […]

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