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23rd August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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  1. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 23rd August THE HINDU


  2. Geography NCERT Geography NCERT The Earth: Our Habitat MAINS ANSWER WRITING Our Environment For IAS / UPSC Class-7 Class 6 By Subhodeep Das By Subhodeep Das By Subhodeep Das (Hindi) NCERT Geography -Class7 (Hindi) NCERT Geography - Class 6 (Hindi) GS Answer Writing Practice for UPSC and IAS.. Specturm Beek World Straits Geography Optiona HUMAN GEOGRAPHY Chapter 2 argrted Students UPSC/IAS State PCS MODERN INDIA Models, Theories and Laws UPSC /I 5sc State in Human Geography By Subhodeep Das By Subhodeep Das (Hindi) Major Straits of World By Subhodeep Das Religious & Social Reform Movements Modern Indian History... (Hindi) Models, Theories and Laws in Human Geography UBHODEEP


  3. THEDU EDITORIAL DISCUSSION 23rd August THE HINDU


  4. His syllabus for reform The Indian Express Education is the key to success Crucial learning schemes, from school to college, can be traced back to Rajiv Gandhi's initiatives S. UBHODEEP


  5. His vision for India is evident in his policies pertaining to the country's modernisation, democratic decentralisation and economic liberalisation Post-independence India has had only two national education policies: The National Policy on Education, 1968 and National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986. It was a comprehensive analysis of the Indian education system and provided a roadmap to transform each of its levels through a steady infusion of technology. UBHODEEP


  6. Recognition- the importance of early childhood care and education (ECCE) as a support for primary education and women working in disadvantaged sectors. Hence, an initiative to link ECCE with the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) was envisaged. The NPE pushed for the universal retention of students in educational institutions. It also stressed on improving the quality of education by setting up basic learning outcomes. Operation Blackboard was started to develop infrastructure in primary schools UBHODEEP


  7. This vision was incorporated into the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan and RTE Act (2009) For out-of-school children, the policy proposed the Non-Formal Education Programme. The belief that children with special talent must be provided opportunities to grow at a faster pace irrespective of their economic situation guided the establishment of Navodaya Vidyalayas Rajiv Gandhi also pioneered the National Literacy Mission Programme for all non-literates in the 15 to 35 age group. Envisaged close ties among national laboratories within universities and stressed the use of technology-equipped teaching aids. UBHODEEP


  8. Stress - inter-disciplinary programmes and interfaces with employment. The NET, UGC-NET for Junior Research Fellowship and the IGNOU However, in recent times, higher education has become a neglected area. India ranks 103 in the Global Human Capital Index out of 130 countries, the worst among the BRICS countries. Only one Indian institution, IlSc Bangalore, was ranked among the Top 300 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2018. UBHODEEP


  9. The Ministry of Human Resource Development has drafted the Higher Education Commission of India (HECI) Bill t aims to replace the 62-year-old University Grants Commission Not only was the bill drafted in haste, the period for consultation with several stakeholders was a mere 10 days. The Commission must ensure the maintenance of academic standards in the higher education system, in pursuance of which it must lay down learning outcomes and evaluate academic performance every year. Ensure - micromanagement doesnt lead to overregulation by the Commission In the guise of promoting autonomy, the Bill strengthens the Centre's hold on the education systenm UBHODEEP


  10. India's neighbour, and competitor in the race for Asian supremacy, China, spends more than 2 per cent of its GDP on research and development. India, in contrast, spends a mere 0.6 per cent. While the allocation to higher education has seen a decline over the past few years, the HEFA (Higher Education Funding Agency) model of funding and the Centre's slow withdrawal from funding autonomous colleges will impose much financial burden on students For India to stand among the comity of developed nations, much larger public investment is required in both the primary and higher education sectors. The country needs a second wave of nation building with special focus on higher education UBHODEEP


  11. Geography NCERT Geography NCERT The Earth: Our Habitat MAINS ANSWER WRITING Our Environment For IAS / UPSC Class-7 Class 6 By Subhodeep Das By Subhodeep Das By Subhodeep Das (Hindi) NCERT Geography -Class7 (Hindi) NCERT Geography - Class 6 (Hindi) GS Answer Writing Practice for UPSC and IAS.. Specturm Beek World Straits Geography Optiona HUMAN GEOGRAPHY Chapter 2 argrted Students UPSC/IAS State PCS MODERN INDIA Models, Theories and Laws UPSC /I 5sc State in Human Geography By Subhodeep Das By Subhodeep Das (Hindi) Major Straits of World By Subhodeep Das Religious & Social Reform Movements Modern Indian History... (Hindi) Models, Theories and Laws in Human Geography UBHODEEP


  12. In a first for India, medical insurance for the treatment of mental illnesses will be available as in cases of physical illnesses Also, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) had issued a directive that asked insurance companies to make provisions to cover mental illnesses in their policies along with physical illnesses. bi e India's progressive mental health legislation, the Mental Healthcare Act, 2017, kicked in on May 29 this year. According to the Act: "Every insurer shall make provisions for medical insurance for treatment of mental illness on the same basis as is available for treatment of physical illness." the Act Evdementol li UBHODEEP


  13. As things stand, an insurance policy is likely to cover the patient if the person is hospitalised owing to a mental illness but not cover counselling fees for a psychiatrist or medication. Only a small fraction of people with mental health ailments need hospitalisation. Thanks to the push from the government, once insurance firms switch to underwriting outpatient costs, it could encourage people to seek help and reduce the stigma. UBHODEEP


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  16. High science with low development High science with low development Strengthening the federal link Promising the moon with tech dreams while ignoring human development leaves India at the mercy of the mob S. UBHODEEP