Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Wasim Mirza

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Wasim Mirza is a contributing writer to The New Leam. She is also a Culture Historian - based in Hyderabad, India.

Post-Covid India Furthers Agenda of Reducing Government School Teachers into Cogs in a Bureaucratic Machinery 

From duties in Covid surveys to being stationed on roads to impose fines on those without masks, government school teachers are compelled to do everything apart from teaching in a post-pandemic India.

A Trust-Deficit and Sustained Disillusionment Form the Heart of the Farmers Protest in Delhi

A ruptured relationship and a trust deficit towards the government is being reflected by the protesting farmers, but will the Centre be forced to bow down to more demands than it initially may have planned to? 

Freedom to Experiment, Discover and Even Fail is Critical to the Development of a Scientific Temper

Cultivating an environment conducive to the pursuit of science requires an open learning environment where children are encouraged to experiment, discover and even make a mistake.

With Child Trafficking On the Rise, Why the World Community is Failing to Save the Children

Globally the rapid rise of child-trafficking amid the pandemic has brought about unprecedented challenges and turned a health crisis into a crisis of child-rights.

Children in Public Schools Were Completely Neglected by the Agenda of Digital Education, And Nobody is Bothered

It is perhaps one of the greatest paradoxes of our times that we are unable to provide an access to quality education and learning...

Wasim Mirza

39 POSTS
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Wasim Mirza is a contributing writer to The New Leam. She is also a Culture Historian - based in Hyderabad, India.

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.