Rote learning has not much to do with it rather the quality of education being delivered. If rote learning would have been the issue for the low score then many Asian countries would have been at the bottom.India will still be at the bottom of the list. The avg Indian school encourages rote learning, so this won't help in PISA which basically tests puzzle solving ability and IQ. You actually have to teach students in villages/small towns to know how most are poor in maths.
If there is one thing that is clear from our analysis, it is that the medium term effects of India’s demonetization experiment were quite different, if not the polar opposite of the short run disruption. Using night light data for districts, we find that initial chaos from the shock led to temporary relative reductions in regional economic activity. Throughout 2017 and early 2018, the initial declines were overcome and surpassed by increases in economic activity, as captured by nighttime
This does not help us bro i want india to be much higher in economic complexity index and global innovative indexIn absolute terms, mainland China is expected to have around 50 million millionaires by 2030 and India could house more than six million: HSBCwww.livemint.com
Get in line boys. 6 million millionaires by 2030.
If you think you are among 6000000 of smartest people in India chances are you will be millionaires .
But you gotta invest in assets like land , business, stocks to take maximum advantage of this growth.
I personally think number of millionaires in India are vastly underestimated due to black money and not proper valuation of land properties ( specially agricultural). So in reality they may be even more millionaires by 2030.
Exactly what I want.The point of having spread out development. You will never see jhuggi jhopri in kerela ... unless it is used for storage. Travelling across kerela it feels like the entire state is like the outskirts of some large city. Except the hilariously narrow roads. Gujrat is also like that I've heard. This "rurban" development .. but have never been there so can't comment.
Ya'll Nibbiars Thats the Soviet Model, and not feasible in the Market Economy.Exactly what I want.
I envision a policy that if there are 38 districts than an attempt will he made to develop 38 cities that contain 30 to 40% population of the respective district.
Doing so will further trigger development on Tier 4 towns and will reduce rela estate cost all over the state by distributing demand.
If will have both economical and cultural ramifications as more often than not peopel will find healthcare, education and job opportunities without having to relocate 500 kms away from their place of origin.
It is will also help us to counter degeneracy spread by the west which is mostly city centric.
moreover PISA exam is not written by entire country, last PISA exam in India was either two schools or two districts, cant' recall which. one was from TN, don't recall the other one.India will still be at the bottom of the list. The avg Indian school encourages rote learning, so this won't help in PISA which basically tests puzzle solving ability and IQ. You actually have to teach students in villages/small towns to know how most are poor in maths.
These are fraud companies doing their usual bs to keep VC funds coming in. Equally dumb are VCs who invest in these jokes. And isn’t Blinkit Grofers’ new name? Never thought Grofers will go so low to single IQ ideas.Blinkit is charging an amount of Rs 9 per page for black and white printing and Rs 19 for coloured, according to media reportswap.business-standard.com
Lol what? Grayscale printing is ₹9 per page. This is what happens when you use 200% of your brain.
It was from Himachal Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, the 2 states with so called high literacy rates.moreover PISA exam is not written by entire country, last PISA exam in India was either two schools or two districts, cant' recall which. one was from TN, don't recall the other one.
it's like world bank ease of doing business, entire country was graded based on data from two cities delhi and mumbai.
for a sub-continent like India, these sort of low sampling do not capture the whole picture.
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