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25 years after Yash Pal report, Centre chooses to weigh school bags, not look inside them
The report recommended major changes in the teaching process in India that had led children to memorise what they were taught without really comprehending it.
· Dec 08, 2018 · 07:30 am
Yash Pal (1926-2017): The teacher who turned people’s common sense into good sense
He had full faith in the practices and wisdom of ordinary men and women.
· Jul 27, 2017 · 07:00 am