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An Analysis of NCF 2005 From the Caste Perspective

The NCF 2005 is a pan Indian educational policy but its impact on different sections of the population is diverse, the article analyses the policy from the perspective of Dalits.

Looking at the Contemporary World through the Gandhian Perspective

STUDENT CORNER Young Minds and Their Creative Articulations The New Leam organized a creative writing project involving the students of Jesus and Mary college, University of...

Pedagogy/Relevance of Education from Gandhi, Freire and Dewey’s Perspective

The educational discourse of Gandhi, Freire and Dewey remind us of the multi-faceted debates on the meaning and significance of education in the society.

Randeep Madokke’s Photography Workshop Unites Skill with Perspective

Randeep Madokke’s latest workshop at Spiti Valley made photography come alive for participants.

Crocodile Conservation in Kolhapur : A Field Perspective

DEVELOPMENTAL AGENDAS The struggle to save the water resources and natural habitats of crocodiles in Kolhapur is not just an ecological concern, the damage of environment and local livelihoods in favor of relentless developmental agendas shall lead to adverse consequences in the future.

LETTERS | Perspective beyond Sensationalism

LETTERS It’s through your participation and constant goodwill, that we have come this far. Please continue to share your important feedback to enable us to grow and continue to be your voice.

We can’t ignore Climate Change any Longer: Putting the IPCC Report in Perspective

ENVIRONMENT The IPCC report on emissions reminds us that while nation-states hold the responsibility of curbing climate change, individuals are also equally responsible for leading sustainable lives. It is through shared concern that the earth can be saved.

Growing and Flourishing as a Teacher: Problems and Perspectives

Teaching as a vocation demands the commitment to the process of lifelong learning. To do justice to the vocation of teaching it is important that the pedagogue continuously exposes herself to the world of new ideas and resources that can enrich her each day and enable her to bring fresh innovation in her work. This makes the process a fulfilling experience for both the teacher and the learner. Shinjini Sanyal

PERSPECTIVE : Invoking the Gandhian Model of Education in a Violent World Order – By Nidhi Gaur

The union between the physical and the mental seems to be our only hope for redemption for a world free from fear. How can...

Barbie doll that honors Ida B. Wells faces an uphill battle against anti-Blackness

Will the new Barbie to honor Ida B. Wells – the famed 19th-century Black journalist and anti-lynching crusader become as popular as the fair and blonde headed Barbie?

Reimagining Early Childhood Education (ECE) in post-COVID India

The COVID-19 pandemic jolted the Indian education system effecting the learning trajectories of lakhs of Indian students, the piece urges us to rethink early childhood education in the post-pandemic world.