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    Jyoti Dalal

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    Jyoti Dalal teaches in the Department of Elementary Education at Institute of Home Economics, University of Delhi. She is also General Secretary of Comparative Education Society of India (CESI).  She was at Institute of Economic Growth, University Enclave as an ICSSR doctoral fellow from 2012-14. Her research interests include childhood, ethnographies in education, violence and sexuality.

    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.

    Making Sense of the Pandemic & the Ushering in of a New World Order

    Instead of the imagining, hoping and creating the post-COVID times in the language of ‘normal’ past, there is a need to affirm the crisis so that the space for new possibilities can be explored.

    Apathy and Negligence Characterise Plight of Migrant Workers as India Battles COVID-19

    The State lets its migrant working population die, as it marches home. The larger society abets the State through its sheer apathy and indifference.

    Uncovering the Tragedy of Modern Childhood

    Jam packed daily schedules, excessive pressure of performance and the fear of lagging behind have made modern day childhood a strain for children and adults alike.

    Jyoti Dalal

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    Jyoti Dalal teaches in the Department of Elementary Education at Institute of Home Economics, University of Delhi. She is also General Secretary of Comparative Education Society of India (CESI).  She was at Institute of Economic Growth, University Enclave as an ICSSR doctoral fellow from 2012-14. Her research interests include childhood, ethnographies in education, violence and sexuality.

    OPINION

    What was Behind Gandhi’s Success with the Salt Satyagraha in 1930 and the Failure of the Non-Cooperation Movement in the 1920s?

    Gandhi’s leadership and his ability to bring together people from diverse backgrounds is reflected across the movements he initiated, why then were some successful and others not equally so?

    Bargained Livelihoods During the Pandemic:Understanding the Condition of Women Tribal Vendors in Odisha’s Koraput

    The plight of  tribal women vendors has deteriorated due to the pandemic and the lockdown which has impacted their livelihoods and access to entitlements.

    Donald Trump’s Supporters and Our Farmer

    At a time when Donald Trump’s supporters are attacking the foundations of democracy, our farmers are arousing hope, and teaching us the art of nonviolent resistance to remind the rulers of the discontents of potential authoritarianism.

    JNU: A Wounded Space

    On this fateful day last year, JNU witnessed an organized attack on students and teachers inside the campus premises. Even after a year, the question remains : can the spirit of the university be restored?

    2021: Can We Say ‘No’ to the Cult of Narcissism? 

    From the traumatic pain of psychic bewilderment to the light of resistance—we passed through diverse experiences in 2020. As we welcome 2021, is it possible to nurture the spirit of love and justice?