Month: January 2019

ASER 2018: Half of all children in India can read, less than a third can do basic arithmetic

As our Republic turns 70 today, there is yet another occasion to feel proud of how long we have come! As per the findings of the 13th Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), the percentage of children who can read at Grade 3 level and do simple arithmetic has increased since 2016. In states like […]

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The Cloud Over NEP as 2019 Elections Approach

The home page of the New Education Policy (NEP) by the Ministry of Human Resource Development of India (MHRD), highlights the initiation of a unique task – “For the first time, the Government of India is embarking on a time-bound grassroots consultative process, which will enable the Ministry of HRD to reach out to individuals across […]

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Language in transit in multilingual India – Lost or Found?

One often finds conflict in the approach to the usage of the English language in the Indian context. It brings with it, a troubled colonial past, and at the same time helps link a multi-lingual India together. In light of the age-old but presently magnified issue surrounding the propagation of Hindi, in the following passages […]

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Looking Back on 2018!

Wishing everyone a vibrant, hope-filled and a productive 2019! CLIL@India looks forward to contributing to the Indian Education System and achieving the goals we were formed with. As we step into the New Year with much hope and enthusiasm, we would love to share what CLIL@India has been up to. From conducting Open CLIL Training […]

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