Author : Anamik Bardo

World Teachers’ Day: A Day for Gratitude and Recognition

Teachers are the unsung heroes of society, the guiding lights who shape our future, one student at a time. On October 5th each year, the world comes together to celebrate these remarkable individuals on World Teachers’ Day. It’s a day to recognize their unwavering dedication, boundless enthusiasm, and the indelible impact they make on students, […]

NEET: The NEET-CUET Phenomenon: Part 5

This is the fifth & final part of the NEET-CUET Phenomenon by Prof. Anil Sadgopal. NEET-CUET Phenomenon: Enslavement of Mind As we decode the core agenda of National Education Policy 2022 (NEP-2020), it becomes incrementally clear that it is designed to put India’s vast education system on sale in the global market. Few realize that […]

NEET: The NEET-CUET Phenomenon: Part 4

This is the fourth part of the NEET-CUET Phenomenon by Prof. Anil Sadgopal. NEET: The Question of Merit in NEET & its impact on Medical Education the Health Care System: The context of the Neo-liberal Political Economy The notion of the so-called Merit in NEET is constructed to adjust with what is required by commercialized […]

Will colleges open in India? Will they remain the same?

Will colleges open in India? Will colleges open in January? All these questions are on the minds of students right now. The Answer Well, let me answer that question with a YES, a big fat YES. Colleges will open in India. They shall remain more or less the same. The Market needs educated customers and […]

5th September, Teachers Day: Why I do not celebrate it.

5th September Teachers Day is widely celebrated all over India in the memory of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was the First Vice President & then the second President of Independent India. Prologue The moment anyone steps into the academic life, he/she is bombarded with rituals, traditions, and fests that all form a sort of culture. This […]

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