Education – Odisha Watch


Importance of Girls’ Education_Dr Saheb Sahu

“An illiterate person is that much less equipped to defend herself in court, to obtain a bank loan, to enforce her inheritance rights, to take advantage of new technology, to…

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Caste Discriminations in India_Dr Saheb Sahu

Yaksha asked Yudhishtira, “Who is a Brahman? One who studies the Vedas, or one who is born a Brahman? Yudhishtira answered, “Neither. The true Brahmana is he whose life is…

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Be Kind to All_Dr Saheb Sahu

No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted. -Aesop (620-564BCE) The best portion of a good man’s life, His little, nameless, unremembered acts Of kindness and love. -William Wordsworth…

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Book on Poverty by Dr Saheb Sahu Released

“How To Eliminate Abject Poverty In Odisha & Nonviolence Movement For Social Change” authored by Dr Saheb Sahu and published by Odisha Development Trust was released yesterday at Kalangapali, Gaisilat….

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How to Eliminate Abject Poverty in Odisha_Dr Saheb Sahu

Poverty and its Measurement Don’t ask me what poverty is because you have met it outside my house. Look at the house and count the number of holes. Look at…

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Multi-lingual Education in Odisha(V)_Dr Arjun Purohit

In the body of his essay, Dr. Patnaik says, “There should be Orissa wide policy on languages. It is essential that regions should develop their own identity. Such identity should…

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Entrance exam held for Adarsha Vidyalaya

Today entrance examination for Odisha Adarsha Vidyalaya Bandupali, under Padampur block held at Government Girl High School Padampur and Raj Borasambar High School Padampur. The entrance examination was held for…

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Multi-lingual Education in Odisha(IV)_ Dr Arjun Purohit

In this note, I will illustrate some of the features of Koshali language which are derived from some of the sources described before. My challenge is how to deal with…

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Multi-lingual Education in Odisha(III)_Arjun Purohit

Though Koshal or Western Orissa too was the meeting ground Aryan, Dravidian and Adivashi cultural heritages, in many respects there are significant variables which are distinctly different from coastal Odisha….

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Women’s Rights in India and Odisha_Dr Saheb Sahu

CEDAW The Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (cedaw) is international treaty adopted in 1979 by the United Nation General Assembly. The treaty has been…

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