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Critical Beings or Technocrats: Positivism in Social Science Classrooms

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As classrooms becoming distant from realty, students will emerge as technocrats but would fail to embrace a multiplicity socio-cultural perspective.

In a Neo-Liberal Age, What a degree in the Social Sciences Can Mean

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With the hegemony of the Neo-liberal market discourse, what do the fields of Humanities and social sciences hold for the next generation?

Undemocratic Texts within a Democracy: A Pedagogic Critique on the Onslaught on NCERT

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Pedagogic critiques on the current political regime’s denial of democratic voices can be viewed in the light of recent chapter cuts in NCERT textbooks.

Teachers as Catalysts

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In conversation with The New Leam Rudolf C. Heredia- a distinguished social scientist-has reflected on the philosophy of education, pedagogic practices and the possibility of alternative forms of learning.

JNU and the Stubbornness of the Aloof Vice-Chancellor

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JNU as a university has nurtured generations of students from marginalised communities. Will bureaucratic aloofness bring forward a sustained challenge before the prospects of higher education?

Social Sciences in India and the Glimpses of Critical Thought By Prof. Avijit Pathak

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Social Sciences in India and the Glimpses of Critical Thought Modernity, development, morality—these are important issues that continue to strike our imagination. And when a...

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