Category Archives: bihar

A Journey through Rogue Lands and its Bahubalis

This post is part of Migrations – Reservations – Observations along with A Train to Howrah *** Not even in my weirdest dreams I imagined myself waking up one fine day in the bank of the Ganges, asking for direction, where I will … Continue reading

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A Train to Howrah

Continued from Previous Post:  Migrations – Reservations – Observations It was a journey planned in haste, to some universities and colleges in Kolkata, for promotion of our new concern, a symposium, which we were hosting. Trains will be jam-packed to multitudes … Continue reading

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One More Day

It is a fine January morning, the chill as usual is compounded by a little wind. From the shadow of the lonely palm tree cast upon the adjacent square house, I can make out the intensity of winter sun which … Continue reading

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A State Affair:Primary Education in Bihar-III

In this part of the series on changing scenario of primary education system in Bihar, I thought of sharing some personal experiences. Although it is too old to hold relevance in prevailing wave of development, it helps to understand the … Continue reading

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A State Affair:Primary Education in Bihar-II

The public priority seems to be shifting grounds. People don’t care about better schools in their neighborhood, timely and competent medical facility within their reach. Other factors take centre stage like a job or a two for their family members. … Continue reading

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A State Affair:Primary Education in Bihar-I

After coming to power, Nitish Kumar brought in a massive recruitment of teachers and other staffs to work at grass root level. Over a period, it created employment for hundreds of thousands of educated unemployed and it was a chance … Continue reading

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The Friday Post

When I started from Darbhanga to Patna, never did I realize that it would take so long to add another post here. It was great pleasure that I am back where I have spent learning days as a student. But … Continue reading

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