Monthly Archives: July 2009

School Education: Make It Attractive

The main task for the education managers will be to correct and create conducive conditions in rural India on priority for universalizing education. Many times, it appears as a hopeless lost case with irresponsible teachers and the corrupt state bureaucracy … Continue reading

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Education: Autonomy, Sibal, and Suicide News from IIT

This was a bad morning. I went through a bad news from my IIT, Kharagpur on the website of Telegraph, Kolkata. “Yogendra Kumar Singh, 18, a resident of Noida, a first-year student of IIT Kharagpur, committed suicide. According to the … Continue reading

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Obama and Man Mohan- Mismatch in Priorities

Man Mohan has gone confident. He is behaving as a true prime minister out of the shadow of Sonia Gandhi. However, are his priorities to visit Italy to attend G-8 and then Paris and Egypt instead of concentrating on domestic … Continue reading

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Education: Rural India Deserves Innovation from Sibal

Unfortunately, Sibal’s education reform agenda appear to fall sort of being realistic one so far the education problems in rural India is concerned. As perquisite of success, the ignorant parents who are in majority in remote rural area require to … Continue reading

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My Blogs, My Writings

It is almost five years that I am regularly posting my views through informative inputs on drishtikona.com. This is the only activity that keeps me busy. I can only say that as usual I am honest to this work too. … Continue reading

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Higher education: Shining or Messy

Many times I get greatly impressed while glancing through the newspapers and magazines. Many private educational institutes and universities for higher education are spending huge money on ads. Quite a few such as Amity go for full-page ads. News magazines … Continue reading

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Power Outages -My Solutions

Karan Thapar wrote a column on power outages in New Delhi. I don’t know why it took so long for him to write on the subject that since decades has been of the top most national importance. It reminded me … Continue reading

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