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"I don't want to vote because it doesn't matter to me whoever wins."

"I don't want to vote because all are corrupt and no one is going to do anything good for me"

"I don't want to vote because I am not interested"

These are some of the reasons why most of educated people are not voting. Do you think it is a right argument? Can these be some reasons for us not to exercise our RIGHT to VOTE? How does your vote matter to you and to everyone?



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In India,400 years ago this was the way of 'evaluating ' students,there was no tests but a final group project work.Actually,there were "maha vidyalayas" where there a "guru" and few students under him,those students would teach their juniors and the chain goes on!
"Gurukul system", Do you think it is better than our present system?

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Indian education scientist Sugata Mitra tackles one of the greatest problems of education - the best teachers and schools don't exist where they're needed most. In a series of real-life experiments from New Delhi to South Africa to Italy, he gave kids self-supervised access to the web and saw results that could revolutionize how we think about teaching. 

Real life examples teach you the best than what you read from books. Sugata Mitra proved it in this video, Do you have any idea like this?

Do you think this idea is feasible in terms of the physical infrastructure required? In a country with more than 6 lakh villages?

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Gender inequality and unemployment are two issues that have plagued the Indian economic scene since time immemorial. Despite several government schemes like MNREGA, SGSY and NRLM, the situation of most of the poor, especially the rural women, has remained abysmal. In rural areas, the unemployment rate for both male and female is almost at the same level, 2%. But, in, urban areas, women are more unemployed than men. The rate is 5% for women and 2% for men.

The Out of Work Nation


Do you think there is a way out of these gnawing depths?

Are we going to let the problem persist, or is there a solution somewhere that we haven't even begun to look for?

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In the developed world, for every calorie of food one eats, 10 calories of hydrocarbon energy has gone into bringing 1 calorie of that food to the table(from production, to harvesting, to transportation, to packaging).

30% of the worldwide GHG emissions is from agriculture. BUT, agriculture is critically important to our own survival!

Is our model of agriculture sustainable?

Can we really blame farmers for producing goods which we demand?

How do we resolve this paradox?


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