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Research : Consultation : Welfare

Discussion on: India-Australia Relations: The Way Forward

I’d like to personally welcome each of you in this Seminar of national importance. It’s an exciting time for all of us as we continue to grow and adapt, remaining always adaptable, motivated and responsive to new ideas. We’re meeting during a time of large nation-wide and global change. The field of law, policy and strategy research is an exciting area in which we work. We will continue to meet and bring intellectual people to come together in forums like this, to ensure IIFH remains at the top to strengthen the humanity…Read More

Discussion on: Accelerating rural literacy with special emphasis on Women, SC, ST’s & Minorities through Adult Education and National Open Schooling System

Literacy is an integral and indispensable element of educational development. Literacy can pave way for a reduction in population growth, child mortality and poverty, and facilitate in attaining gender parity, sustainable and holistic growth. It provides for the nurturance of democratic values and peace among people. Literacy is all the more important to those sections of the population, who have been historically neglected. Achieving universal adult literacy is a fundamental goal of adult and continuing education programmes that have been envisaged from time to time…Read More

Discussion on: Buy American, Hire American and Make in India: Go Along

In calling for a policy of “Buy American, Hire American,” President Donald Trump has resurrected and embellished a slogan that has been around at least since the Great Depression. But the slogan sends a poor signal to the rest of the world, undercuts fundamental economic precepts, risks retaliatory actions from trading partners, and offers a false promise to American citizens…Read More

Discussion on Comprehensive Education – Ethics, Physical Education, Arts & Crafts, Life Skills

Education is concerned with all-round development of the child (physical, socioemotional along with cognitive), all aspects need to be assessed rather than only academic achievement. As part of the Twelfth Plan initiatives, now there is a system-wide focus on the holistic development of children by improving learning outcomes and other non-scholastic areas. Our students need to have a holistic development which cannot be achieved only through information and instruction. Physical education, games and sports should be made an integral part of the curriculum and daily routine in schools for the holistic development of children…Read More