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Common School System

Common School System

The concept of Common School System (CSS) also called a neighborhood school, was advocated in post civil war as a ‘right’ and institutionalized in the early 1900s. Common School System (CSS) may  be a new concept for India, but it’s not a new over the world. It has been operating successfully in Cuba, USA,...
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Why India’s labour laws are a problem??

Why India’s labour laws are a problem??

While the Indian economy is booming, there is evidence that workers are not partaking in the boom adequately. Employment is not growing as fast as working age population, nor are wages rising as rapidly as per capita income. There are many reasons for this – some to do with forces of globalisation that are...
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LABOUR REFORM IN INDIA

LABOUR REFORM IN INDIA

There is a general talk about the labour reforms being necessary in the industry and business house. There is also demand from the trade union that the labour reform is highly necessary because some of the labour laws are out dated. In the context of the demand from the employer and workers particularly the...
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Noble Eight Fold Path -Buddha

Noble Eight Fold Path -Buddha

THE NOBLE EIGHTFOLD PATH When the Buddha gave his first sermon in the Deer Park, he began the ‘Turning of the Dhamma Wheel‘. He chose the beautiful symbol of the wheel with its eight spokes to represent the Noble Eightfold Path. The Buddha’s teaching goes round and round like a great wheel that never...
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Mulnivasi Bahujanwad – Late D.K.Khaparde.

Forcefully be with the right and oppose the wrong BAMCEF is working on its own strategy and concepts. Many activists are propagating ideology of Bahujanvad and today same activists are also working with Brahmanical people in the name of social work. What is the solution for this? And why this happens? One thing I...
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Did you Know?

Karmajan: Karmajan refers to the people of traditional occupational castes in Nepal, who have been victims of discrimination imposed by Hindu hierarchical caste system for centuries, and by the law of the land until 2020 B.S. resulting in their socio-economic and political oppressions. The forms of these oppressions are manifold; untouchability has been the...
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Casteism in Nepal

Casteism in Nepal

  The Himalayan country Nepal has about 20% of her 27 million population still suffering from age-old socio-economic and political oppressions due to discrimination based on hierarchical Hindu caste system. The forms of these oppressions are manifold; “untouchability” is the most outrageous one, which is a grave crime against humanity. It is only recently...
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Democracy is not run by Dictation – Thomas Carlyle

Democracy is not run by Dictation – Proper checks and balances that constitution provides, if made more effective then most of the issues of Governance can be solved. India is the largest democracy in the world. It is to the great achievement of the country of such size and such diversity to become a...
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New form of Brahmanism

New form of Brahmanism

The new model of Project Brahmanism is to fight against corruption and population growth not against casteism, fascism, communalism, gender inequity, capitalism or anything else. Well corruption had been always a yardstick to freeze the core issues of any region. The issues I have mentioned above that I have mentioned about. The word corruption...
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Other Backward Classes

Other Backward Classes

What is Other Backward Classes (or OBCs) ? The OBCs in India are a group of castes officially recognized as being traditionally subject to exclusion, while still having a higher status than Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes. OBCs comprise about half of India’s population, and are entitled to 27% of the job reservations in...
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