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Education Commission for a National Policy of EducationArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 28, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

The Government of India initiated the process of formulating a new national policy of education, on 26th January 2015 with the stated intention of meeting ‘the changin

Checking Areas of Concern: What the Inputs Document has to say about Saffronisation Inequality and PrivatisationArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 28, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Perhaps it is good to begin a discussion of the Inputs document by noting some methodological problems in the reading and interpretation of any policy document.

Emerging Challenges before Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation: From a Teacher’s Point of View Article | By Learning Curve | Mar 28, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

After the announcement of demonetisation we saw the Reserve Bank of India changing the rules and directives on a continuous basis.

There is no Alternative to This Article | By Learning Curve | Mar 28, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Six to ten years of age is appropriate, suitable and wonderful for natural learning. What one learns at this age proves decisive for future plans and laying the quality foundations of a subject.

New Teacher Transfer Policy to Bring In Greater Efficiency and TransparencyArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 28, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

Teaching is a very demanding profession that carries with it a great social responsibility.

Re-visiting the Delors Report: Lessons for IndiaArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 28, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

At a time when the education system in India is on the cusp of undergoing reforms and when policy recommendations emerging from diverse sources with their competing claims are more likely to confus

Education and Employment: A View from the PeripheryArticle | By Learning Curve | Mar 28, 2020  | Views and Reflections | 0 Likes

I recently spent some time in a village in Gujarat almost exclusively inhabited by an Adivasi community called the Rathva.

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