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Must for Essay:- School education in an uncertain world

''Imagine a world where everyone’s livelihood depends on success in some sport. Everyone can learn and train till they are 18. Then they have to choose to play some sport. But 99% do not get to play the sport they choose, they play a sport that is willing to accept them.'' Here is the all-important… Continue reading Must for Essay:- School education in an uncertain world

Editorials, GS-1, Uncategorized

Is globalism dead?

Whether you love Donald Trump or you hate him, you cannot deny that he has a knack for capturing the zeitgeist. At his acceptance speech at the recently concluded Republican National Convention in Cleveland, the newly anointed presidential candidate declared in no uncertain terms: “Americanism, not globalism, will be our credo.” Trump, presumably, was speaking… Continue reading Is globalism dead?

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Why Swachh Bharat Is Floundering May Surprise

Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to see a clean India. To fulfill this ambition, he has launched the Swachh Bharat (Clean India) mission, a supply-side initiative which, among other things, plans to build 110 million toilets across India between 2014 and 2019. In spite of the government constructing 8 million toilets in 2015, worldwide, India… Continue reading Why Swachh Bharat Is Floundering May Surprise

Editorials, GS-2, Social Issue, Uncategorized

Researching education

India in a big need for research in education sector, to improve quality of education. Research Two kinds of research can be done in education.   Second type of research is usually done by economists, political scientists, sociologists and scholars from similar intellectual backgrounds. In India nobody is bothered about first type of research, very… Continue reading Researching education

Editorials, Uncategorized

Azaadi from a colonial rule boo

Article Link Most major Indian laws are legacies of the British, the results of a great codification movement that failed to make much headway in the colonial metropolis, and therefore chose India as its laboratory. Such laws include the Indian Penal Code or IPC (1860), the Indian Evidence Act (1872), the Indian Contract Act (1872),… Continue reading Azaadi from a colonial rule boo

Editorials, GS-2, Social Issue, Uncategorized

Education key to quality public representation

Many believe that while acceptability of democracy continues to be unquestionable, there is enough empirical evidence suggesting that efficacy of democratic governance has always remained doubtful. Poor functional ability of the elected representatives is the main reason behind this. The question of palpable tensions between electability and functional ability of an elected representative has always… Continue reading Education key to quality public representation

GS-3, Indian Economy, Uncategorized

Essay on economic reforms in yesteryear decades

The 21st century was marked with measures to propel India’s business and economic reforms, pace for which was set in the early 1990s. It triggered the process with a free trade agreement (FTA) with Thailand in 2003, followed by a Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement with Singapore in 2005. Under the aegis of Foreign Trade Development… Continue reading Essay on economic reforms in yesteryear decades