Chinese authorities say that history is falsified and young Hong Kong people are being incited to rebel
Urgent need to redefine educational milestones and improve teaching methods
"We need to harness and utilize all forms of media for the social good and positive social change and development," says Dr. Peter Chen.
Oral history interviews swing between past and present, making sense of the past in the present, says Indira Chowdhury in this interview with pioneering development broadcaster P.V.Krishnamoorthy.
Colombo, March 17 (newsin.asia) - The future of all nations lie in the hands and power of its youth, their attitudes and beliefs. In order to see the light of a brighter and sustainable future, it is of utmost importance to ensure that the future of our country, that is the youth, who are the prospective future leaders who decide...
Current researches may help career development but not meet the needs of society
Dr.Uttam Sen writes on the coalescence of tradition and modernity in Indian academia
Muslims' attainment in higher education is lower than that of the Dalits or the post deprives of the Hindu castes
Feb 23 (newsin.asia) - What is “World’s Largest Lesson”? World’s Largest Lesson is an initiative created by Project Everyone in partnership with UNICEF to teach young people and children about Global Goals and encourage them to become the generation that changed the world. It is an umbrella effort designed to unite collective action and generate momentum. The World's Largest Lesson...
Ulaanbaatar, Feb 19 (Reuters) - Mongolia will keep all its schools shut until March 30 in order to prevent the coronavirus from spreading in the country, the government said on Wednesday. The flu-like virus has already killed more than 2,000 people in its southern neighbor, China. Though Mongolia has yet to report any cases, it has sealed off the border...