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  2. Nivedita Dwivedi at |

    The reluctance of the state to recognize education as a public good and take responsibility for the same has always been apparent. Be it at any level, primary, secondary or higher education, the intention has always been towards trying and shifting responsibility on private players. The consequences continue to be visible in the highly layered and discriminatory system of education we have at all the levels.

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