Meet The Teacher Who Cycled 2300 Km From Bengaluru To Lucknow

first posted on: https://www.youthkiawaaz.com/2017/12/teacher-who-cycled-2300kms-from-blore-to-lucknow-to-understand-the-meaning-of-life/ Mrigendra Singh, (Lucknow, UP), graduated from Azim Premji University with an MA in Development and has always been passionate about teaching children. Since then, Mrigendra has been on the move to know his purpose in life and has gathered cherished experiences over the period, before taking charge of the Academic Support role... Continue Reading →

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Invite: One Week Field-Work with Foundation for Agrarian Studies

The Foundation for Agrarian Studies is a charitable trust based in India and established in 2003. Its major objectives are to facilitate and sponsor multi-disciplinary theoretical and empirical enquiry in the field of agrarian studies in India and elsewhere in less-developed countries. As a network of academics and other scholars, it is supported by progressive... Continue Reading →

Call for application for waste management initiatives in Kochi

Swacch Bharat Abhiyan: what about Kochi’s initiatives? Call for Socio-technical inventions and innovations to solve the waste crisis  “Bonjour India” (https://www.bonjour-india.in) is an Indo-French partnership program; under the aegis of this program, we have framed a project that we call “waste in the (smart) city”. The project invites applicants to present socio-technical initiatives, inventions and... Continue Reading →

Junior Researcher @ Best Practices Foundation

Best Practices Foundation (BPF) is an NGO that documents, disseminates and innovates best practices in the fields of development, governance and gender. It aims to conduct innovative action research in partnership with practitioners and implementing agencies of the state and civil society.  For more information on BPF please visit www.bestpracticesfoundation.org and our Facebook page: bestpracticesfoundation BPF... Continue Reading →

Data Journalism Fellowship

  The Hindustan Times, Mint, and How India Lives are looking for recent college graduates and early-career professionals to apply for a six-month paid Data Journalism Fellowship beginning June 1, 2018, and ending November 30, 2018. You must be an Indian national to be eligible.   About the fellowship The fellowship pays Rs 35,000 per... Continue Reading →

PROGRAM MANAGER AT ARTSPARKS FOUNDATION

ArtSparks Foundation is an educational not-for-profit organization that works to support the creative, cognitive, social, and emotional development of children, particularly children from under-served communities. ArtSparks also supports the professional development of classroom teachers, encouraging them to reflect on their teaching practice, and explore new ways to enrich their students learning. What Do We Do?... Continue Reading →

Anger Over Agrarian Distress Is Behind BJP’s Poor Performance in Saurashtra

originally posted on: https://thewire.in/206694/saurashtra-gujarat-bjp-agrarian-distress/ Even in the seats that the saffron party retained in the region, its victory margin has fallen considerably. The electoral outcomes in Gujarat, where the BJP seems to have shed off the threat of anti-incumbency just by a small margin over the victory mark (seven seats more than the 92 mark), should make both... Continue Reading →

WomenPreneur by AIC Banasthali

Greetings from Banasthali Vidyapith! Banasthali Vidyapith, situated in Rajasthan, is the largest as well as one of the oldest completely residential university for women. It provides education to girls from the pre-primary stage up to the Doctoral level while promoting and inculcating leadership skills among its students. Atal Incubation Centre (AIC) at Banasthali Vidyapith has... Continue Reading →

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