Note: Scroll to the end of the article to take the survey to evaluate the best practices measures taken by your RWA to facilitate safety of Society against Covid-19 Whoever thought that Covid -preparedness of RWAs of societies could ever become an important research topic. The pandemic has managed to expose the long simmering voices … Continue reading Have Resident Welfare Associations’ (RWA) instituted best practices for Society safety against Covid-19?
Life is never going to be the same, at least not for a long time. Roads are still empty, factories are only partly working and life dotting the roadsides has gone back to the village. I hesitate to press the doorbell of my neighbor, to walk out in the open, to occupy a public utility, … Continue reading What Changed: Ramblings of a Covid touched life
The Covid Pandemic has driven some of us out of our offices and roads, but ironically has required a huge majority to fend for themselves virtually on the streets. In that process, students of all socio-economic classes, have been "locked out" of their educational institutions during the "lockdown". The academic community rose up to the … Continue reading Experience of Online Learning in the Wake of the Covid Pandemic
I have been working for over 20 years and have never stopped being surprised by the heady cocktail of power and control that seeks to create innovative exclusionary environments for women. Recently post a heated discussion on my role definition and my agency to raise questions and offer points of opinion, the discussion meandered to … Continue reading “Where No Sensible &Sensitive Woman Should Go”
The Background The ruling dispensation in the last 5 years or so has on multiple occasions advocated simultaneous holding of state and national elections with the ostensible objective of reducing administrative and financial cost incurred on holding elections at staggered intervals. Recently the proposal has once again surfaced after the new BJP government has come … Continue reading The Implications for Simultaneity in State and National Elections: Empirical Findings