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Savita Mehta

Teacher as a benevolent guide

Tuesday, 21 Mar 2017 | Savita Mehta | in Oped

School, parents as well as students, should all think individually and maybe collectively, as to the levels the examination stress has reached today. The system may have social acceptability, but one has to steer clear of trends and developments that impact children Indian healthy food, proper sleep, less distractions, no stress...

When women’s identity is on trial

Monday, 30 Jan 2017 | Savita Mehta | in Oped

Last two decades saw remarkable changes in women’s search for identity. But what they got in return are divorce cases which land them at the doors of family courts. Question remains: Is it better to suffer in bad marriage than in courts? On a given day, a family court in Delhi...

Why high school grades matter

Wednesday, 31 Aug 2016 | Savita Mehta | in Oped

The marks secured in senior secondary examinations will have an impact on the candidate’s professional life. It is common practice for employers to check the academic performance of job seekers during the hiring process India’s higher education system is the third largest in the world after the US and China. It...


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