Dinesh Singh
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English   |   Bangla

The writer is former Vice-Chancellor, Delhi University and currently Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, University of Houston, USA

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Best years of student life stolen by the grind of coaching centres

The stress is not so much the coaching centre as the parents who put the weight of their expectations on the shoulders of their ward.

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Dilemma of deciding a life-long career at the school level

Students are compelled to make career choices in school that are likely to stay with them for a significant part of their lives. But do they have adequate information to make such choices at that level?

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Why Mahatma Gandhi's views on education are important today

Gandhi's most important and prescriptive principle was to the effect that what you do with your hands will enter your heart.

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Why the time to give online learning a chance is now

The salvation of India’s endeavour to meaningfully educate its youth lies through the path of technology-based education.

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How the draft New Education Policy could help the economy grow

The proposed policy creates room for a healthy blend between skills and knowledge.

LIFE

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Here's the real reason behind high cut-offs in Delhi University

As soon as the board exam results are declared, students and parents stress over skyrocketing cut-offs. But what exactly is fuelling this spike?

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Cracking the admission code: Students are going for medicine and engineering under peer and parental pressure and it’s alarming to say the least

The time after a student finishes high school is supposed to be filled with excitement and joy. Instead, the students are stressed out and worried about college admissions.