'Sex' out of sex education

Mohanty, Basant Kumar
October 2016
Telegraph (Calcutta, India);10/24/2016, p1
The article discusses the views of National Democratic Alliance on the use of the word 'sex' in policy documents available for sex education in India. Particular focus is given to the reactions of political party BJP towards the adolescent education programme in schools. Also included are National Population Education Programme, the importance of adolescent education and the study materials for adolescent education.


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