Education is a planned activity with certain goals in mind, such as knowledge transmission or the development of skills and character. These objectives might include the growth of comprehension, reason, kindness, and honesty. For the purpose of separating education from indoctrination, numerous studies emphasise the importance of critical thinking. The original purpose of education was to pass on cultural heritage to future generations. Today's educational objectives increasingly include novel concepts like learner liberation, modern social skills, empathy, and sophisticated vocational abilities. There are movements for education reforms, such as those for evidence-based educational approaches or enhancing the quality and effectiveness of education in order to make it more relevant to students' lives and effective at solving problems for the present or future society as a whole. Some states and the United Nations have acknowledged the right to an education.
Akanksha Malaiya has done B.A.L.L.B. (Hons.) from Dr. Harisingh Gour University, Sagar. She has pursued the Cornell Program for International Undergraduates from Cornell University in the USA, Public Policy Boot Camp and World Governance Expedition to Singapore by Rashtram School of Public Leadership (formerly VIF), as well as other courses from the Center for Civil Society and Indian School of Development. She has been the Secretary of an NGO named ‘Vichar Samiti’ since 2016, where she has planned and organised 50+ social service interventions for 12,500 underprivileged in coordination with local government, 300 educational institutions and 350 other NGOs/ clubs. Her major initiatives include conducting skill development programs for 1185 women, STEM education workshops in 15 schools, awareness of crimes against women among 83,000 students, plantation and care of 30,000+ trees, and a Nation Building initiative involving 31,000 people.
Future lawyer and lifelong humanitarian. Vanshikha Mahana is a fourth-year law student at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun with dreams of attending Indian Law after her graduation. While others may want to handle flashy cases that make the news, she wants to help people who haven’t been given their fair chance in society. She is planning to graduate with a major in criminal Law. These concentrations have provided invaluable insight into the civil rights, constitutional, and humanitarian crises in today’s world. She is skilled at providing exceptional administrative support with 4 years of relevant legal internship experience. Has also authored 12 research papers, articles for renowned publications. She is hard-working and a driven team player with a disciplined mentality and substantial law knowledge gained during LLB degree.
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