Publications from 2015

Posted on:21-01-16

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Functional Assignment: Some (more) Thoughts on the Evolving Subject

Posted on:20-10-15

Vincy Davis

(This is part 2 of 2 entries on Functional Assignment by the same author.)

In my previous blog post I initiated a discussion on some of the lessons I learnt from the workshop organised by LOGIN on Functional Assignment. In this post, I will be sharing more of my takeaways from the workshop: Read more »

How data can mislead in analysing social policy

Posted on:01-09-15

Avani Kapur

India needs a transformation in how data is measured and analysed to form policy

First published in Business Standard Punditry on August 20, 2015 Read more »

Teachers' Strike and the Learning Problem

Posted on:11-08-15

by Ashish Ranjan

In the month of April and May 2015, there was hardly any academic work happening in schools in Bihar. Thousands of school teachers teaching in primary and secondary government schools (mainly Niyojit or contractual teachers) went on indefinite strike from April 9 with a specific demands of ‘equal pay for equal work’. The strike ended on May 13. This strike resulted in the delay of admission procedures including the beginning of the next academic year. Read more »

Photo Essay : Six years of “PAISA”

Posted on:07-04-15

दिनेश कुमार 

“पैसा” परियोजना की शुरुआत वर्ष 2009 में हुई। 6 साल के अनुभवों को एक photo essay के रूप में प्रस्तुत किया गया है। 

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