India’s Dangerous New Curriculum

first posted @ From the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, the Mughal Empire did much to create modern-day India. It consolidated the country into a sovereign political unit, established a secular tradition in law and administration, and built monuments such as the Taj Mahal. The Mughals were originally from Uzbekistan, but over time they... Continue Reading →

Public Lecture on ‘Five Degrees of Variation at Nalanda’ at NIAS, Bangalore

National Institute of Advanced Studies Indian Institute of Science Campus, Bengaluru 560 012  Invites you to a PUBLIC LECTURE on  ‘Five Degrees of Variation at Nalanda’ by M.B.Rajani Assistant Professor, School of Humanities, NIAS & Viraj Kumar Visiting Professor, Divecha Centre for Climate Change, IISc Chairperson: Dr. Srikumar Menon, NIAS Monday, 13th August, 2018 4:00... Continue Reading →

Fellow- School Books Archive @Azim Premji Foundation

Azim Premji Foundation is looking for a Fellow, School Books Archive (job advert here).     The Archive of Schoolbooks and School Education Artifacts envisions to set up an open-access, multimodal, collaborative, international archive of schoolbooks and artefacts related to school education facilitate its effective usage by a diverse set of users such as school teachers, schoolbook writers, curriculum... Continue Reading →

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