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Education System in Afghanistan; A Comparative Analysis on Evaluation Policy...

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In Afghanistan, there are 34 provinces. Nearly 35 million people call Afghanistan home, with a variety of ethnic groups making up the majority. Afghanistan is a country where more than 30 diffe...

Impact of Education in Preventing Child Labour in India

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Due to COVID-19, all the efforts made by the Indian government to provide children with better education and life seemed to be ruined. Unemployment and the need to survive often lead families t...

India is Incredible for Education

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"Tamaso Ma Jyotir Gamaya - means from darkness, lead me to light" - Upanishads India, from ancient times, has been a center of higher learning as it is one of the oldest civilizations...

Constitutional Equality And Educational Rights

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Our Indian constitution reflects people's wants & needs, principles, and values. The foundation of the constitution is secularism. The new liberal India has a liberal constitution that equa...

Remodeling of Government School setting of India to prevent Juvenile Delinquency

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In September 2013 a 12-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped by five minor boys in Guwahati's Hatigaon area. The girl was gang-raped by those boys near her house. According to the report, the ...

New Degrees Granted UGC Recognition: Twinning, Joint, And Dual Degrees now of...

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The UGC on 2 May 2022 overhauled the foreign academic collaboration regulations. The 2016 foreign academic collaboration regulations required UGC approval to introduce "twinning" programmes bet...

Moral Education: A Panacea For Delinquency

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In today's scenario, the morality is losing streak which results into the disorganised individuals, which appears as social disorganization consequently. The deprivation of moral sense among t...

Evolution Of CLAT

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Common-Law Admission Test (CLAT) is a centralized national level entrance test for admission to twenty-two National Law Universities (NLU) in India. Most private law schools in India also use t...

Foreign Direct Investment in the Indian Education Sector

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India is a developing nation. It's population in the age group of 0-14 years is almost 26.31% which provides numerous opportunities for growth. Similarly, the education sector is one such area whi...

A Detailed Analysis Of Right To Education

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Right To Education: Art. 21A was brought into the Indian Constitution in 2002 by virtue of the 86th amendment to the Indian Constitution. However, it would amount to folly if we assume that ...