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Meenakshi Ravivanshi

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I am an education professional who has experience working in NGOs and schools involved in the task of improving school education and ensuring social equity in the academic sector, presently teaching as teacher educator in college. I am a graduate in social sciences, with an interest in teaching students at the secondary school level. My latest research interest is looking at the intersection of gender and caste in schools and on education overall.

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