Thursday, July 7, 2022

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

Why its not the children who are failing but the system itself 

Large scale failure in State Board Examinations compels us to raise pertinent questions on decadence of educational infrastructure and shallow notions of success and failure.

Part 1/When the Denial Hurts more than the Destruction

Irked by continuous vilification of Hindu-dharma and denial of historical atrocities, a significant section of Hindus refuse to submit to the strictly controlled intellectual and academic order that the politically, economically and intellectually powerful elite has created in the form of control on education and the media. The piece discusses this issue.

Part 2/When the Denial Hurts more than the Destruction

Irked by continuous vilification of Hindu-dharma and denial of historical atrocities, a significant section of Hindus refuse to submit to the strictly controlled intellectual and academic order that the politically, economically and intellectually powerful elite has created in the form of control on education and the media. The piece discusses this issue.

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.