Education articles

Kashmir in Dehradun

Limitation of options and cut throat competition leaves little scope for majority of students to stay put in Kashmir. They migrate for studying in private colleges outside Kashmir and return with certificates, Zafar

Streetlights and Hairstyles

By Tabish Rafiq Mir Streetlights and supermarkets, shopping malls and ships, traffic lights and terraces, autos with meters and buses with tickets (and not sprouting with people): I hadn’t been warned. Men with

Gold Hatrick

Defying conventions Shopian’s Insha Zahoor bagged three gold medals at a recently held convocation in AMU. Saima Bhat talks about her journey Insha Zahoor, 26, was confident that she will top in her department,

Teaching Talent

His unconventional method of teaching helped him transform a government school in a way that two shifts were needed to manage the rush. It also earned him a Fulbright Fellowship in US. Jibran

Saving Namda

An 18-year-old girl’s invention helped save the centuries old art of Namda making. A sports and science fiction buff, she already has her kitty full with offers from top world universities. Heena Muzzafar

Mysterious Blaze

With 26 schools going up in flames in 113 days of civil uprising, the question everyone seems asking is, who is setting schools afire, reports Syed Asma September 19, 2016 was one of

Curfew Classes

Three-decade-old Kashmir conflict has its own cost. Education sector is one of its causalities but the population used to the months-long unrest and shutdowns is coming up with innovative ways to keep the