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Australia honours Aung San Suu Kyi

A renowned human rights activist expresses her thoughts and feelings during a felicitation by leading universities, reports SANDIP HOR

Hybrid education

Teaching and studying systems are undergoing an uncertain change due to technology. By MOHAN DHALL

The Bir gang

Volunteering to teach English to Tibetan monks has been an experience of a lifetime for NEHA JAIN

Mastery at memorising

The very concept and definition of memory function is changing with a smarter, tech-savvy generation, reports RADHA RAVI

Market reforms and education

Will the new reforms proposed by the Coalition make a perceptible difference to student performance? By MOHAN DHALL

Non-violence from Tolstoy to Gandhi

The Mahatma’s concept of satyagraha was influenced by two powerful works that shaped his thought, writes AVI CHANDIOK

Testing the tutors

Accreditation for tutors in Australia will ensure better standards of educational accountability, writes MOHAN DHALL

Ask and you may receive

Within the school environment, a teacher should be accountable for the progress and improvement of a child, writes MOHAN DHALL

Students: visas and regulations

For Indian students choosing to study and live in Australia, the choice is no longer an attractive option, writes DEEKSHA CHOPRA

Once was a genius…

Reiterating four basic values to children can help them discover and manifest their true ability, writes MOHAN DHALL