Rohan Joshi, Divya Aggarwal: Centre for Civil Society Closure of private unaided schools continues to attract attention of researchers and educators in India after nearly 6 years of introduction of RTE, 2009. Centre for Civil Society (CCS) and National Independent Schools… Continue Reading →
The TSR Subramaniam Committee’s report on National Policy on Education, 2016 was leaked to the media last week. The 230-page report is a detailed account of the various aspects of education in India and recommendations to make them more effective… Continue Reading →
After all those readings and discussions, we came to the inescapable conclusion: the quality of the APF study is alarmingly poor.
Union Budget 2016-17 has clearly come out with greater focus on quality of higher education in the country. Handful of new schemes, both for Higher Education and Skill Development, testify government’s commitment towards leveraging the demographic dividend of this country…. Continue Reading →