Ensuring quality education to all is the key to take India into league of superpower. Improving status of education is further more important to the entire world as every sixth human on planet earth happens to be from India. Continue reading
International Short Film Competition, 2015
The government has been the main provider of education in many parts of the world. However in emerging economies, the private sector is playing a pivotal role. Many poor parents forego free government education and spend their hard earned money on private alternatives.
These alternatives are made possible by edupreneurs (education entrepreneurs) of all sizes, shapes and colors. Their schools are often called Affordable Schools or Budget Schools that serve the poor. Continue reading
The current higher education system in India is riddled by a statist approach, with both curriculum and faculty at fault. There is a critical need for classical liberal insights in mainstream academic discourse to offer students, our future leaders, an alternative set of ideas and change the climate of opinion towards a set of principles that will really fuel actual growth of this nation. Continue reading
Reporting to: Research Director, Centre for Civil Society.
Summary: Centre for Civil Society is working on a project to assist schools in implementing Section 12 (1)(c) under the RTE (25% reservation) , with the support of the Tech Mahindra Foundation. Continue reading
1st Annual South Asia Students For Liberty Conference with Centre for Civil Society 17-18 January, 2015. The Largest Gathering of Free Minds in Asia! South Asia SFL is proud to invite you to it’s inaugural conference in Asia!
The event will be held in Jesus And Mary College, Central Delhi, NCR on 17th and 18th January.