Opportunities in sustainable agriculture and organic farming @ Dantewada, Chhattisgarh

A joint effort of Nirmaan Organization and the district administration is taking shape in Dantewada to promote sustainable agriculture and organic farming on large scale in the district. Till today around 3000 farmers are associated with these efforts to strengthen their livelihood based on the principles of self reliance, sustainability and social equity. These farmers... Continue Reading →

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Openings @ TISS CLIx

The CENTRE FOR EDUCATION INNOVATION AND ACTION RESEARCH (CEIAR) is an Independent Centre at TISS Mumbai which was established in 2015 to engage with and promote innovation in school curriculum, teacher education and higher education curriculum and pedagogy.  The Centre incubates and promotes innovations that address the needs of India education to raise quality and... Continue Reading →

Opportunities with Max Foundation

Experience Required :2 Years Location :Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Opening Date :14 April, 2018 Closing Date :31 May, 2018 Compensation :Rs. 30,000.00 per month Sector :Non Profit Functional Area :Social Care / Development Job Type :Full time Tasks and Responsibilities Facilitate local patient advocacy through the promotion of patient health literacy; providing information about treatment options... Continue Reading →

Openings @ Jai Vakeel Foundation

For all those passionate about working in the space of Intellectual Disability, and creating an inclusive society for all, Jai Vakeel Foundation has opportunities for you! Positions: Physiotherapist (Male) Speech and Language Therapist Psychologist Curriculum Coordinator Special Educator Please send in your applications to humanresource@jaivakeel.org. Website: www.jaivakeel.org Jai Vakeel Foundation is based in Mumbai, and we... Continue Reading →

Naropa Fellowship @ Ladakh and the Himalayan region

The Naropa Fellowship is a one-year, fully-residential, post-graduate, academic programme focused on creating and nurturing agents of change who will work towards fostering an ecosystem of entrepreneurship and growth while preserving the cultural heritage of Ladakh and the Himalayan region. The driving purpose behind the Naropa Fellowship is the urgent need to not only retain... Continue Reading →

Waiting for compliance patiently

first posted @ http://www.indiatogether.org/waiting-for-compliance-patiently-environment Himanshu Upadhyaya examines a CAG audit report to point out the blatant non-compliance of environmental laws largely by the Forest officials. It was in September 2003 that the union Ministry of Environment and Forests issued guidelines on collection of Net Present Value (NPV) of forest land in cases of forest land diversion... Continue Reading →

The principal practices that make govt schools good

first published @ https://epaper.timesgroup.com/Olive/ODN/TimesOfIndia/shared/ShowArticle.aspx?doc=TOIBG%2F2018%2F04%2F22&entity=Ar01000&sk=05238E79 In the second and final part of this two-part story, S Giridhar talks how good principals can make public schools buck downward trends Many of the schools I visited are worthy case studies from which emerge a synthesis of attributes such as good school leadership, school culture, quality of teaching, evidence... Continue Reading →

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