'Our youngsters are at liberty – and constitutionally protected – to do whatever they want as long as they are not in conflict with the law of the land'.
In this series, artist Pariplab Chakraborty brings alive the collective anger of the young population who took to streets to protest education and employment crisis in the country.
Student and youth organisations from across the country came together to march on Parliament street to demand jobs and protest against the 'saffronisation' of campuses across the country.
How to teach world history today is a question that is going to grow only more and more important.
The gap between our education and real-life skills remains large as ever – and it won't go away unless we reform our education system.
Democracy only works if we participate in it. So let's do our bit.
The students sarcastically demanded a Pradhan Mantri Cheat Fund Yojana for those who can't afford to buy leaked government exam papers.