Education

स्कूलों को नहीं, बच्चों को सीधे कैश ट्रांसफर करे सरकार

नई शिक्षा नीति के लिए सुझाव सिफारिशें, शिक्षा व्यवस्था का थर्ड पार्टी करे मूल्यांकन

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Dainik Bhaskar
Publication Date: 
14 October 2015

Status of Education in India: Parth speaking on Lok Sabha TV

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Lok Sabha TV
Publication Date: 
15 April 2015

Education in India - IIM Ahmedabad

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CNBC Awaaz
Publication Date: 
31 December 2014

Threat of closure

Budget private schools, which serve children from low-income families, face a threat of closure under the right to education (RTE) act 2010.

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The Times of India
Publication Date: 
8 September 2014

Why choice matters?

Author: Parth J Shah
Publication: The Financial Express , 3 March 2014

Bringing the element of choice into education will make schools accountable to parents, and will lead to a more efficient schooling system, where poor performing schools are weeded out due to lack of patronage.

Source: http://www.financialexpress.com/news/why-choice-matters-/1230593/0

RTE: Learning outcomes more important than syllabus completion

Meet Dr Parth Shah! He is an economist by profession who taught at the University of Michigan-Dearborn (US) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (India) between 1992 and 1998. In 1997, Dr Shah founded India's top think tank called Centre for Civil Society (CCS).

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Business Recorder (Pakistan)
Publication Date: 
31 January 2014

Education service delivery State regulations may cause more harm than good: expert

Right to Education legislation offers perverse incentives; education vouchers empowers parents instead of school inspectors The state regulations on education service delivery may cause more harm than good by denying access to millions of low income families.

Publication: 
Business Recorder
Publication Date: 
19 January 2014

10 Game Changers in Education

Parth J Shah's dream to bring about a change in the system through constant dialogue, publications, seminars and research about policy led to the foundation of Centre for Civil Society in 1997. Shah's unstinted determination to improve the quality of life of the citizens by reviving and reinvigorating the institutions of civil society has made the centre one of its kind in the country.

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Digital Learning (January 2014)
Publication Date: 
20 January 2014

Educating India: Matter of money or the mindset?

Author: Parth J Shah
Publication: InFocus, Azim Premji Foundation , 15 April 2013
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The activists demand that the government of India must spend at least 6% of GDP on education. They claim that this is the minimum money required to assure quality education to all.

There are four specific problems with this mantra of 6%:

Blueprint for a flawless education system

Author: Parth J Shah
Publication: One India One People , 15 May 2013
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Quality education and skills training are two of the most critical ingredients for youth empowerment, for the demographic dividend, and for a prosperous and peaceful India. The access to education is now almost universal; we have built schools, provided mid-day meals, uniforms and textbooks to attract students to schools. And more than 96% of school-going age children are in schools.

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