InFocus

The Knowledge Resource Centre is happy to share with you  InFocus, April 2018, and Data InFocus, May 2018, issues.

The April issue explore the aspects of philanthropy. The highlights section contains the role of philanthropy in development sector while the analytics section gives numbers from World Giving Index, the modalities of giving and CSR implementation aspects. The recommendation part gives various reports and its recommendations.

The June issue brings to you the current trends and highlights in the realm of education systems, while the analytical note explores that while literacy rate reaches close to the 90 percent mark – the tendency to drop out or discontinue education mid‐way still remains widely prevalent in India. The quantitative insights at the block level – this particular issue focusing on 2 sub-districts from Chhattisgarh, throws light on some of the probable socio-economic determinants influencing drop-out rates at block level.

Learning in India’s Primary Schools: How do Disparities Widen across the Grades?

https://reader.elsevier.com/reader/sd/E9FB1CC9238D01E8DD08FCC0C909823075D1B35C7F7A329CDD11FB283B5F4FCD0E7385851C782212ADAEC9830F9CB2C4

Conceptualizing and Measuring the Quality of Democracy: The Citizen’s Perspective

https://www.cogitatiopress.com/politicsandgovernance/article/view/1188/1188

Developing a Teaching Philosophy

https://www.uncw.edu/jet/articles/Vol17_3/Bowne.pdf

Is There Enough Public Resource for School Education? Examining the Available Evidences, 2017, CBGA

http://www.cbgaindia.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Is-There-Enough-Public-Resource-for-School-Education.pdf

India: Health of the Nation’s States, The India State-Level Disease Burden Initiative, 2017, MHFW, PHFI & ICMR

http://www.icmr.nic.in/disease_burden/2017%20India%20State-Level%20Disease%20Burden%20Initiative%20-%20Full%20Report.pdf

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