Should Legal Education be made mandatory for the youth?

This Women’s Day as we celebrate the beauty and strength of women across the globe, Amrita Paul, a Human Right Advocate talks about why Legal Education is mandatory amongst the youth in our country. As women have been carving an equitable space for themselves since centuries, Amrita urges every citizen of our country to strive for equal rights, freedom and opportunities for all.

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Should farming be a part of our school & college curriculum?

With the pandemic changing our outlook towards life, Dr Praba N wonders whether farming and agriculture should be introduced as a part of our school and college curriculum. In a tech driven world, where children are being taught coding, will it help generations to survive without the basic necessity of human life i.e. food? Dr Praba lists out nine reasons why farming should be taught to our children so that it makes them more socially conscious human beings, which can also help in making our country self-reliant.

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Shreeja India – dribbling past patriarchy

33 years ago the words spoken by a monk turned Dr. Shib Dasgupta into a social entrepreneur. Joined by his brother Hari Dasgupta, the duo started Shreeja India to empower rural and tribal girls in Bengal through football. And we’re here to tell you their story.

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Second Schools – Are we overdoing extra curricular activities for our kids?

With tonnes of extra curriculum classes & after school programs mushrooming in the city, a father asks pertinent questions whether we as parents are over stimulating our children. Are we over engaging our kids with too many organised activities through ‘second schools’? Read on…

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