‘What Bengal thinks today’: Studying the West Bengal assembly election 2021
This Assembly Election in West Bengal is not same as before for many reasons, some of which are obvious, some are not so enough; here is why the election is so unusual this time.
An optimized social structure for rapid socioeconomic growth in Covid era
The havoc this pandemic has created in each one of our lives cannot be denied but the air we have breathed recently is the...
Jobs: Need to rethink
An under employed person is product of an in-efficient system, prevailing since Independence. With our expertise in governance and resource availability this problem can be handled.
Education & employment: The missing link
The entire thrust on degrees in our country is what has let us down. No issue often education policy here, flawed though it is. Our problem is society's perception and expectation.
Act fast to boost the economy
While countrymen are assured of the strong leadership at the Centre, we need to only ensure swift and smooth implementation of the reforms agenda.
Here is why I am happy with the Statue of Unity rather The Statue of Change
The statue not only emboldens the role of the Iron Man of India in shaping up the country but also signifies a Change, a change in governance, a change that neither Congress nor its supporter can live with; and had to downplay it.
UPA Govt’s Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act and Unemployment
The Right of Children to free and compulsory education act, 2009, is a politically driven act and as it discriminates on the basis of States, Religion and Castes.