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    Aishwarya Bhuta

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    Aishwarya Bhuta is a student of MA in Development and Labour Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University.

    What Would a Post-Coronavirus World Look Like?

    Covid-19 has taken the globe by storm and has had severe social and economic implications. As social distancing and quarantine become the new norms, will we be able to return to our normal selves too soon?

    Is Capital Punishment Sufficient to End the Culture Of Rape In India?

    Capital Punishment for rape has existed for decades, but can it end the culture of rape in India in the absence of societal and cultural trasnformation?

    Manual Scavenging:Poverty, Indignity and an Indifferent Ecosystem

    Manual scavenging places human beings at the extremes of indignity and suffering, are we doing enough to end this pathology?

    A Burning Capital and Grand International Spectacle: The Paradox of an India that Trump Visited

    American President Donald Trump made a visit to India amid ongoing Anti-CAA protests and a Capital burning in communal frenzy. He could ignore it, but can we?

    India is High on Human Trafficking But Compensation Reaches Only a Lucky Few

    Thousands of Indian women and children fall victim to the malaise of human trafficking trade but only 0.2% were compensated during 2011-19

    Aishwarya Bhuta

    25 POSTS
    1 COMMENTS
    Aishwarya Bhuta is a student of MA in Development and Labour Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University.

    OPINION

    New Education Policy 2020: What is Concealed and What is Unveiled?

    There have been extensive discussions around the implications of the NEP, here is an intricate reading of the document in the context of India’s prevalent academic culture.

    Holistic Education, Critical Thinking and Multidisciplinary Approach

    Are the educational ideals the National Education Policy has proposed merely fancy words? Or, is there a real concern?

    The Legitimisation of Privatisation in NEP 2020: An analysis

    By legitimising privatisation in the education sector, the NEP 2020 is scripting a new India with varied imaginations and trajectories.

    Hany Babu, Safoora Zagar and Our Times

    Is it possible to overcome all sorts of sectarianism, come together as dialogic teachers, and remind the state of the need for a dialogue with the creative dissenters?

    Understanding the NEP 2020 in the Context of School Education Policy in India

    This article takes an introductory look at the NPE 2020 in the wider context of school education policy-making in India.