Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Aishwarya Bhuta

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

The COVID-19 Pandemic: An Invitation to Revisit the Virtues That Will Help Us Rebuild Our World

The COVID-19 pandemic has compelled us in more ways than one to revisit our values and rebuild the world to establish equity and justice. 

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?

Aishwarya Bhuta

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

OPINION

What it takes to be a Labourer: May Day and the Plight of the Ordinary in the National Capital

May 1st is internationally celebrated as Workers' Day marking the tremendous efforts and historic contributions of workers during the labour movement.

Digital Pedagogy: Learning with Adroit Promptness for Instant Gratification

The pandemic may have made digitalised modes of learning common but it's important to look at them with both criticality and reflexivity.

 Does Anybody Bother About Political Education?

Amid the ritualization of elections and the valorization of success stories, do we really bother to see the all-pervading decadence, and think of appropriate political education to resist the pathology of mainstream electoral politics?

On Touch, Love and Culture of Learning

A teacher narrates his experimental engagement with rural children, and reflects on the meaning of making a difference in the culture of learning.   

Gandhi, Education and Rural Reconstruction: An Abandoned Dream

Gandhi's vision of education is deeply intertwined with the idea of rural reconstruction, here is an article looking at this important issue.