My Mind


  • Mar
    22

    Judging the quantity of knowledge that any higher education student has acquired is always a difficult task. The knowledge that students acquire in classroom learning is linked to their

  • Mar
    21

    One of the major innovations of mankind is the ability to systematically learn, teach, transfer, store and retrieve information across generations. This unique ability to provide structured flow of

  • Mar
    20

    Swachch Bharat and ‘make in India’ slogans are in vogue these days, though they increasingly sound as mere slogans rather than a national movement. While one has turned into

  • Mar
    16

    There is so much debate on the ideological perspectives through which textbooks are written that attention to some core issues at the foundational sch­ool level gets marginalised. The conceptual

  • Mar
    15

    Ian Robert Maxwell was born in Solotvyno now in Ukraine as Ján Ludvík Hyman Binyamin Hoch. He fled from the Nazi occupation of his home country and

  • Mar
    14

    In an unusual step, the Bu­dget speech by finance minister this year had apart fr­om addressing usual issues and details of financial policies, a focus on promoting good governance.

  • Mar
    13

    The story begins with the then Communist-ruled Bengal. It has be­en told by a generation of ci­vil servants in different variants which spend their entire career under the

  • Mar
    10

    Next year will be the twentieth year since the former British col­ony Hong Kong returned to China. According to an agreement that had been negotiated by the British government