Liberal Arts
Career  /  Published 30.06.22

Liberal arts in 2022: A new wave of education in India

A liberal arts education aims to provide interdisciplinary and holistic education to students, integrating various streams of Science, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Management...
By Amarabati Bhattacharyya

News  /  Published 20.03.22

RV University launches Centre for Visual and Performing Arts

The Centre will host workshops, conferences and lecture demonstrations by leading performing artistes and artist-in-residence programmes ...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 15.03.22

Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities launches undergraduate degree in Sociology

The course will draw on multidisciplinary strengths to cover the traditional areas of Sociology ...

News  /  Published 21.02.22

Jamshedpur boy to join Class of 2026 at Juniata College with 100 per cent scholarship

Anjan Kumar will take up a course in Computer Science and International Business at the US college ...
By Our Correspondent

News  /  Published 16.02.22

IIT Guwahati introduces postgraduate programme in Liberal Arts in line with NEP 2020

The admission process for the first batch of MA in Liberal Arts will begin in July ...
By Our Correspondent


Opinion  /  Published 25.12.21

The end of the honeymoon with liberal arts in Asia

On August 27 this year, Yale-NUS College, a collaboration between Yale University and the National University of Singapore, announced that it will close and be merged into a new interdisciplinary hono...
By Saikat Majumdar

Education  /  Published 10.08.21

Arts on your cart

Liberal education dates back to the times of Plato and Socrates, when Rome and Greece were the political centres of the world. A free citizen of these states had to study arithmetic, geometry, astrono...
By Nina Mukherji

Opinion  /  Published 01.07.19

Draft education policy portends deep damage

Policy analysis calls for a careful separation of language from legislative intention. And that is exactly where the devil lies in the draft National Education Policy, 2019. Cloaked in a rhetorical sm...
By Debaditya Bhattacharya

Opinion  /  Published 03.09.19

This government is frankly anti-knowledge

The Narendra Modi-led government is very insistent about the superiority of ancient India. One of the features of that period is respect for teachers. Surprisingly, respect for teachers, for learning ...
By The Editorial Board

Education  /  Published 13.08.19

More private colleges in the US are cutting fees but don’t expect to pay less

Sunshine Anderson was at Mills College’s annual welcoming ceremony in 2017 when the liberal arts college revealed its big news: It was slashing its tuition by more than a third. Elated, the history ...
By Tara Siegel Bernard/ NYTNS


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