“Rural Community Study Hall” Inauguration Successful

  We are pleased to inform you that our "RURAL COMMUNITY STUDY HALL cum LIBRARY" has been inaugurated on 26th January 2018. It's all your wishes and support which has been made this program successful. During the inauguration, around 60+ Villagers and children were there in the ceremony. The inauguration has been done by the MLA of Mahmudabad Mr.... Continue Reading →


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 →

Ahemdali TC, M.A.Edu (15-17) featured in Malayala Manorama

The link (Malayalam) is here: http://www.manoramaonline.com/education/campus-updates/2017/12/11/change-makers-in-education-fellowship.html Ahemdali has been selected for the Changemakers in Education Fellowship (CMIE) offered by the Department of Education, Delhi Govt. There are 46 fellows selected to work for a period of two years in 8 streams, each of which requires Fellows to work with a distinct set of stakeholders and a unique set... Continue Reading →

Enabling Suaba with Light and Education

First published in TERI (TERRAGREEN, MARCH 2017) by Ms Paromita Pain It is hard to find the Suaba village of Odisha on maps. Suaba had little access to electricity for a long time and the only school in the village had been dysfunctional for years. Paromita Pain highlights the pioneering efforts of Varun Sharma who helped... Continue Reading →

‘Good for the country, not good for the poor’: Delhi’s marginal folk struggle with demonetisation

Originally posted @ http://scroll.in/article/823692/good-for-the-country-not-good-for-the-poor-delhis-marginal-folk-struggle-with-demonetisation Authors: Harsh Mander,  Anirban Bhattacharya,  Nandini Dey,  Vivek Mishra (Batch 2013-15) In markets, labour addas and homeless shelters, people struggling to make a living have been over the edge by the cash crunch. Early on a winter morning at the Chuna Mandi labour adda near Paharganj in Delhi, the capital’s “dispensables”... Continue Reading →

Majuli Needs a Leader

Posted by Dharamjeet Kumar (dharamjeet.kumar14@apu.edu.in) on December 16th, 2016 in 2016-17, Clinton Fellowship Blog Imagine this, a nice comfortable house with a backyard for some gardening. Then a bigger farm to produce enough for self-consumption as well as selling some to bear the living expenditure for rest of the year. But what if I say that each... Continue Reading →

Living with Floods

Originally Posted by Dharamjeet Kumar (dharamjeet.kumar14@apu.edu.in) on November 16th, 2016 in 2016-17, Clinton Fellowship Blog I have lived in 14 states of India before coming to Assam and it was my first opportunity to enter into the north-east frontiers of the country. Assam is like an entrance to a group of states which follows a culture... Continue Reading →

Rachel – Class of 2013-15

Originally posted at http://www.thebetterindia.com/73663/tbi-blogs-break-silence-abuse-speak-up-stand-up/ Neha’s suicide was the jolt I needed. She had been my junior at Azim Premji University where we both did our Masters. In my final year, her colourful dupattas and cheerful smiles had always caught my eye. When I heard the reason—depression brought on by an abusive relationship—it brought back memories that... Continue Reading →

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