Rajni Dwivedi


Mrudula Govindaraju

Dyslexia is the most common learning disability which occurs in one in ten school children. In fact, the numbers may be more, as high as 20 percent, since there is no statistical data available for India. Children with dyslexia, unlike other disabilities, do not have any physical ‘marks’ or attributes. Hence, it is an invisible disability.

Saumil Majumdar

This note takes a look at the hard reality of school sports across the country and recommends the interventions needed to ensure schools develop a generation of healthier, fitter and physically active children.

Brain development, and the importance of nurturing all students' intelligence and talent is what Srijaya Char writes about in this article...

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