education

Europe India Foundation for Excellence

Europe India Foundation for Excellence

June 2, 2016

As Modi government completed two years in office, one of his pet schemes, Skill India, was in focus here in Paris as UNESCO hosted a Global Skill Development Meet, attended by delegations from various countries around the world. The meet was organised by the Europe India Foundati...

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Housing and Land Rights Network NGO’s challenges

Housing and Land Rights Network NGO’s challenges

June 1, 2016

New Delhi based NGO Housing and Land Rights Network (HLNR) addresses the crucial issue of housing shortage in the Indian capital, providing shelter and legal help to homeless people and slum inhabitants. But these are provisory solutions and the roots of the problem – from proh...

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Smriti Irani

Smriti Irani

May 25, 2016

Reviving Education in India With a focus on engaging parents and children in the learning assessment process along with teachers and providing more transparency by putting registered institutions in public domain, efforts are being made for the resurgence of the Indian education ...

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Education in India

Education in India

April 29, 2016

  According to a United Nations report, international support for education in India is increasing. As per a data compiled by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and released on April 27, India received 806 million US dollars in 2014...

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Employment challenges

Employment challenges

April 28, 2016

According to United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), India will witness a major shortage of jobs in the next 35 years. As per a report released by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on April 27, 2016, India will face employment problems in the future and there will ...

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A drop in child labour in India

A drop in child labour in India

March 21, 2016

According to India’s child labour ministry, the number of children working as child labours in India fell to 4.5 million, as compared to 12.6 million 10 years ago and this has compelled the Labour ministry to amend and reinforce the child labour laws in the country. The number ...

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A drop in child labour in India

A drop in child labour in India

March 21, 2016

According to India’s child labour ministry, the number of children working as child labours in India fell to 4.5 million, as compared to 12.6 million 10 years ago and this has compelled the Labour ministry to amend and reinforce the child labour laws in the country. The number ...

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India at UNESCO

India at UNESCO

March 14, 2016

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2016, on March 8, India seeks to prioritise girls’ education, also a UNESCO niche activity, through a slew of schemes. All of these schemes seek to transition the country to a more equitable and inclusive trajectory in pursuit of t...

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L’Inde à l’Unesco

L’Inde à l’Unesco

March 14, 2016

L’éducation des filles est une priorité pour l’Inde, à travers une série de programmes publics destinés à assurer la transition du pays vers une trajectoire plus équitable et inclusive. Et tendre aussi vers les derniers objectifs de développement durable (SDG 4) d...

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India at UNESCO

India at UNESCO

March 8, 2016

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2016, on March 8, India seeks to prioritise girls’ education, also a UNESCO niche activity, through a slew of schemes. All of these schemes seek to transition the country to a more equitable and inclusive trajectory in pursuit of t...

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India at UNESCO

India at UNESCO

March 8, 2016

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2016, on March 8, India seeks to prioritise girls’ education, also a UNESCO niche activity, through a slew of schemes. All of these schemes seek to transition the country to a more equitable and inclusive trajectory in purs...

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