According to Francis Bacon’s Theory of Ideology and Culture, ‘Knowledge is power’, as it had an evolutionary impression in the socio-economic and historical standpoints of humankind. It enabled humans to procure and preserve knowledge, take over the ones deprived of it and to manipulate the social and cultural institutions for personal gains. This analogy can be inferred to the caste discrimination in the field of education which is still prevalent in India.
What are we supposed to mean when we talk about education and values? The latest definition as per dictionary suggests –
The COVID-19 pandemic has been wreaking havoc across the world, and one of the crucial sectors of everyday life that has been affected significantly is schooling and education. From the international context, schools closed in China as long back as in December, but their schools have begun to reopen slowly. The US and UK, on […]
Education in India has always been theorized as monotonous and old. It mostly concentrated on literal and point-to-point learning until the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 came into effect. The policy has the strength to change the whole dynamic of Indian Education. When it comes to subjects like coding, AI, design thinking, etc. they never […]
The current pandemic, caused by the virus known as COVID-19 (a type of Coronavirus), has been the worst in our recent history, as its effect on people globally hadn’t been experienced in decades. Consequently, people are getting affected on a scale we had hitherto not dreamt. The pandemic has affected and altered life as we […]