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1. Health and Family Welfare Department, Government of Tamil Nadu. 2021. Resources: Report: High-Level Committee to Study the Impact of NEET on Medical Admissions in Tamil Nadu, September 21. [https://www.thehinducentre.com/resources/article36590063.ece].

2. Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). 2020. Resources: CBSE’s Revised Curriculum for the Academic Year 2020-21 (Full text of Circular and Link to External URL), July 8. [https://www.thehinducentre.com/resources/article32021061.ece].

3. Rajendran, S. 2019. Interview: “Students need to develop 21st century skills which are analytical, applied and outcome oriented”: M.K. Sridhar, September 16. [https://www.thehinducentre.com/the-arena/current-issues/article29382901.ece].

4. Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. 2019. Resources: Document: Draft National Education Policy 2019, June 7. [https://www.thehinducentre.com/resources/article27398499.ece].

5. Kidwai, A. 2018. The HECI Bill: Liquidating the State’s Stake in Higher Education, July 17. [https://www.thehinducentre.com/the-arena/current-issues/article24442608.ece].

6. Rajendran, S. 2018. Interview: Higher education in India is not mature; disbanding UGC is welcome: M.R. Doreswamy, July 10. [https://www.thehinducentre.com/the-arena/current-issues/article24372029.ece].

7. The National Sample Survey Office (NSSO). 2015. Resources: NSSO - Key Indicators of Social Consumption in India: Education, July 2. [ https://www.thehinducentre.com/resources/nsso-key-indicators-of-social-consumption-in-india-education/article64936256.ece].

8. Rajendran, S. 2015. INTERVIEW: Retrogressive Changes to Child Labour Act Should Be Withdrawn: Nina P. Nayak, May 17. [https://www.thehinducentre.com/the-arena/current-issues/retrogressive-changes-to-child-labour-act-should-be-withdrawn-nina-p-nayak/article64931318.ece].

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