Alumni Association

Azim Premji University


April 2016

Explore the “Fabric of Life”

Take a peek into the lives of the weavers through a short video scripted and directed by the weavers of Kutch, Gujarat, a photo story via images clicked by the weavers themselves, followed by a discussion with Pallavi Gaur who... Continue Reading →


Rename ministry of defence to ministry of war

 - Vivek Mishra (M A Development, 2013-15) The rate at which countries manufacture and purchase arms is an honest attempt to ensure that we have everything but peace. The article was first posted on Dailyo. It is interesting to observe... Continue Reading →

In Pursuit of Justice || A Journey through Three Developmental Clinics

Date: April 23, 2016 (Saturday) and April 24, 2016 (Sunday); Time: 11.00am - 6.30pm Venue: Vismaya Gallery, Rangoli Metro Art Center Boulevard, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Bengaluru – 560 001 The Law and Governance Clinics at Azim Premji University, Bangalore are... Continue Reading →

Gubbachi – A Community of Learners

Gubbachi Learning Community was established by APU Alumni in mid-2015 to (i) enable the educational inclusion of the disadvantaged out of school children, typically from migrant and deprived families, in collaboration with the public education system (ii) facilitate empowerment of the family... Continue Reading →

Experience Sharing – Aditya Verghese (M.A. Development, 2013-15)

After graduating from the Azim Premji University with a Masters in Development, my education in the field continues. The classes and faculty have been replaced by the field and colleagues who have spent years working here. Ideas such as poverty... Continue Reading →

Experience Sharing – Meekha (MA Development, 2011-13)

On completing MA in Development from Azim Premji University, I joined Kudumbashree in Kerala. Kudumbashree is a women movement. It is also the State Poverty Eradication Mission of Kerala. Today, Kudumbashree has been recognized as a National Resource Organization and... Continue Reading →

An activity of Litmus paper test  

School: UPS Mora, Mori, Uttarkashi Introduction As we (me and my colleague) had planned to meet science teacher of this school and to conduct an activity of showing acidic and basic nature of substances of daily use, by Litmus paper... Continue Reading →

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