The writer is a senior research scholar at Department of Social Work, Delhi University
Arpan Tulsyan writes: Not just infrastructure and process revamp, we also need reforms in curriculum and teacher education.
It is important to recognise the value of unpaid domestic work. However, creating value isn’t always about fair remuneration.
New India cannot view empowerment of women merely as economic resource.
Demoralised teachers are ill-suited to deliver Delhi’s new curriculum to students.