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Sports in government school

I have always believed that sports should be an integrated part of the school. School should be a place where children get enough opportunity to engage in physical activity so that it can become a part of their lifestyle.   It is not that children are not at all engaging in physical activities. In many schools, […]


सरकारी स्कूलो में खेल

मेरा हमेशा से मानना ​​रहा है कि खेल स्कूल का एक important part हो। स्कूल एक ऐसा स्थान हो, जहां बच्चों को शारीरिक गतिविधि में शामिल होने का पर्याप्त अवसर मिले ताकि यह उनके lifestyle का हिस्सा बन सके।   ऐसा नहीं है कि बच्चे खेल गतिविधियों में बिल्कुल भी शामिल नहीं होते हैं। कुछ स्कूलों […]


Children’s Right

When I visit schools, teachers often say that we need to generate a little fear in children, we need to beat them a little bit because children don’t know what is right and wrong. I feel like replying back and saying that in that case, we should also let women be hit by their male […]


Is Education a Level Playing Field?2

While doing my fellowship with Azim Premji Foundation, I came across a field study titled “Is Education a Level Playing Field?”. The title of the study intrigued me to read through the 4 pages booklet.  The study does a comparison between children going to private and public school (Sample Data among 1210 families contains 51% […]


बच्चों का अधिकार

जब मैं स्कूल teachers में  मिलता हूँ, तो अक्सर यह बात आती है की थोड़ा तो बच्चों को डराना पड़ता है थोड़ा तो उन्हे मारना होता है क्योंकि बच्चे को पता नहीं होता है की सही गलत क्या है | मुझे लगता है मैं बोलू, सर /मैडम इस तरह से तो औरतों को मारना भी […]


Superhero NGOs

Consider NGO to be a hero. Like a hero, it wants to save the World by fighting injustice, inequality, and poverty. Like heroes, NGOs are anti-establishment and the voice of the weak. But times have changed, and though we like heroes, we are crazy about superheroes who can fly, are super strong, and can throw […]


Story of Rita Kachhap

Rita is a tribal girl who grew up in a village in Jharkhand. In her community, it is common for girls to get married before the age of 15. Rita’s mother was worried as she didn’t want her daughter to have the same life as she did. Rita’s father, though humorously, had mentioned that they […]


Why education should shift to the outside classroom in 2020?

In the last article that I wrote, I put up my case against Henrietta Fore, executive director of UNICEF, about her argument to reopen the schools. I pointed out that school could become the epicenter of Covid-19 spread and therefore they should not reopen. However, I couldn’t put my mind away from a few of […]


Is it time, to open the schools?

I recently read an article written by Henrietta Fore, executive director of UNICEF, about her case to reopen the schools. The main argument given by her is that children are not the main carrier of the COVID-19 epidemic. What she means is that the mortality rate among children is very less and they are less likely […]


Cultural Issues in India related to Sports

“Sport has the power to change the world…it has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair. It is more powerful than government in breaking down […]


 


 

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