Er. Prabhat Kishore

Hindi Journalism and its contribution in Indian freedom struggle

Hindi Journalism and its contribution in Indian freedom struggle

”UdantMartand” was the first Hindi newspaper published by ShriYugal Kishore Shukla from Kolkata on 30th May, 1826. It was a weekly, which was published every Tuesday and priced Rs 2/- annually. It went on publishing for one year and seven months. The Hindi-speaking Kolkatians took no interest in the magazine, as expected, that caused   its   […]

 Er. Prabhat Kishore

Understanding the objectives, importance of NEP 2020

Understanding the objectives, importance of NEP 2020

Education is a fundamental requirement for the development of an egalitarian society. In this context, three policies vis-à-vis NEP 1968, NEP 1986 and NEP 2020 have been introduced in India so far. The new NEP 2020, adopted on 29th July 2020 aims to universalize education from pre-school to secondary level by 2030. It envisions an […]

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Break the chain of child labour 

Break the chain of child labour 

Children are the future of a nation and are the mirror of its development. Their shriveled or blossomed face reflects country’s degradation or advancement. Since ancient times, their care has been the sole responsibility of the society. In human life, childhood is the stage when they need love, affection, trust, responsibility and acceptability and safety. […]

 Er. Prabhat Kishore

Girl Child- Struggling, competing and marching ahead!

Girl Child- Struggling, competing and marching ahead!

The gender discrimination is a major problem that is faced by girls in every corners of the world. Conservative outlook of people and religious mystification usually contributes to worsening the situation while as misconception still prevails in the present age of digitalization as many parents living in rural as well as urban areas think that […]

 Er. Prabhat Kishore

Caste Census: A Tool for development with justice

Caste Census: A Tool for development with justice

People’s voice for complete Caste-based Census is gaining momentum in various corners of the country. In absence of caste census, the country is relying upon a 90-year old data to formulate its developmental policies and schemes for backward and deprived  sections of the  society.  Caste and social justice are interlinked and Caste census can help  […]

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Vocational Education: Vehicle for Skill India

Vocational Education: Vehicle for Skill India

The global economy today requires advanced, flexible and commutable skills. Earlier the jobs were agricultural or family occupation based and the youths used to learn it through working & shadowing the experienced elders. But now, in the era of fourth industrial revolution, the emphasis is on technology based expertise requiring higher skilled workforce. Only a […]

 Er. Prabhat Kishore

Conserve the nature to save lives!

Conserve the nature to save lives!

  Er. PRABHAT KISHORE Madhya Pradesh Government had surveyed the Bundelkhand regions under “Bunder Diamond Project” through Australian company Rio Tinto in 2000-2005 to find out probability of diamonds. In the survey Kimberlite rock,which is a major source (ore) of diamonds, have been traced out in the Buxwaha forest areas.Presently, Panna of MP is the […]

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Education for CWSN

Education for CWSN

In our society, there are children with disabilities, who faces discrimination in day to day life. They have certain disability which hampers them to act smoothly. The disability would be of any one or multiple types. Actually a large portion of such children are not handicapped completely, but just in certain fields and have some […]

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A mission to fulfill girls’ aspiration

A mission to fulfill girls’ aspiration

Gender inequality reinforces itself in education as it is factually proven that the rate of literacy for women is much lower than men in all censuses. To cope up the challenges ‘Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV)’ scheme was launched by Government of India (GOI) in July 2004 for setting up residential schools at upper primary […]

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Knowing the ‘Green Building’ Concept

Knowing the ‘Green Building’ Concept

People spend major part of their life time indoor i.e. inside the buildings, which may be their homes, offices, malls, plazas, sports stadiums, gymnasiums, hospitals, shops, factories, educational and other places. The time varies from 60 to 90 percent depending upon the nature of jobs and livings. According to UNEP, these buildings are a major […]