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Children and Law

The EdTech Sector of India
Children and Law

The EdTech Sector of India

INTRODUCTION: India has come a long way in the field of education. From sitting in an open yard and following a prescribed text to sitting in your comfort space and attending different courses taught by people around the world, there have been drastic changes in the system due to the constant development and innovation taking place in the tech industry. In the present period, the new forum of E-Learning has been rising among aspiring learners and it is enabling them to not restrict their education to a degree but hold many other verified certificates to a number of other courses that are being provided by institutions from around the world. Education today is not being imparted only by teachers of the institution a person studies in, but many other alternative options to the structure ...
Abusive Childhood: Tainted Adulthood
Children and Law

Abusive Childhood: Tainted Adulthood

The hallmark of culture and advance of civilization consists in the fulfilment of our obligation to the young generation by opening up all opportunities for every child to unfold its personality and rise to its full stature, physical, mental, moral and spiritual. It is the birth right of every child that cries for justice from the world as a whole.V.R. Krishna Iyer J. in Mamta Rao, Law Relating to Women and Children 529 (3rd Ed.2013). INTRODUCTION: Issues like Child Labour and Sexual Abuse in Children have gained a lot of attention and importance in the recent years and considerable amount of awareness has been created and propagated throughout the country. While these are serious issues, there are a few other serious acts of  injustice committed against children and since the ...
National Policy on Education, 2020: An Overview
Children and Law

National Policy on Education, 2020: An Overview

The National Policy on Education (NPE) is a policy formulated by the Government of India to promote education amongst the people of India. The policy covers elementary as well as college level education in both rural and urban India. The first NPE was promulgated by the Government of India by the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1968, the second by the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in 1986, and the third and the most recent one by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2020. The National Education Policy 1968 was prepared to improve the condition of education in the country. Its primary aim was to provide every citizen of this nation with basic education. The same was reviewed in the subsequent years and was further updated in 1992 to create awareness about education in the country and...
The New Education Policy, 2020- A Brief Outlook
Children and Law

The New Education Policy, 2020- A Brief Outlook

NATIONAL EDUCATION POLICY, 2020- AN INTRODUCTION The National Education Policy, 2020 approved by the union cabinet and passed on July 29 brings in a big change in the curriculum followed by the students from the beginning years of their schooling after 34 years of gap in the sense that it allows children to take up education from age 3 that gives a strong base of Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)[1]. The new NEP, approved by the cabinet is not a law and thus has not been present before the parliament. This enhances the overall knowledge gaining and well-being process because over 85% of a child’s cumulative brain development occurs in the early years. The very aim and purpose to bring in a change is to develop good human beings who are being able to rationally think and act. Th...