The National Achievement Survey, conducted in November last year, found that the national average of scores in all subjects evaluated fell from the last iteration of the survey in …
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What Happens to the Right to Education, Online?
There are three principal concerns – digital divide, privacy and access – all of which emerge from contexts in which cultural practices, of which education is one, have run …
A poem from the point of view of a teacher bidding farewell to a batch of students.
Should Schools Reopen?
While some are fervently opposing the decision owing to a lingering fear of the third wave, others are in favour on the condition that proper safety protocols are followed.
Is UGC’s New Draft Proposal on ‘Blended Learning’ a Distant Vision?
An assistant professor of law responds to UGC's new draft proposal – 'Concept Note on Blending Learning of Teaching and Learning' – which intends to revamp pedagogical practices in …
How Different is Digitised Learning, Really?
The repute of degree and institutions are not lost because of a shift in the mode of learning-teaching mode, they are lost because of poor teaching, irrespective of the …
How the Camera Has Changed the Dynamics of the Classroom
From concerns about surveillance to the blurring of spaces, it is evident now that the virus has changed more than our physiologies.
FTII Students’ Association Demands Suspension of Online Classes Due to COVID Crisis
The Pune-based institute's administration has made it clear that online classes will continue to be held for the duration they are planned.
An Open Letter to the Minister of Education
We are being deprived of our basic right of education by not being allowed to enter our own universities.