Alumni Story: Amita Nizam and Dviti Foundation

Organization Name: Dviti Foundation Dviti, meaning ‘bright light’ hopes to restore the lost light in the sphere of learning, teaching and evaluation. ​ AmitaNizam worked for over two years as a teacher and a teacher trainer with schools in India and the middle east. Her interactions and exposure to primary stakeholders-teachers and students as well... Continue Reading →

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Rajasthan Village Children Start Young To Beat Plastic Pollution

Pallavi, MA Education Class of 2016-18, during her winter field project worked with children in a village in Rajasthan. Her project has taken root and is being continued by her host organization. Children of Agar village have taken charge of our project of Plastic free village and running campaign by encouraging everyone to say no... Continue Reading →

Alumni Story: Kena Holkar

Kena Holkar [MA Development 2013-15] Organization Name: Rural Urban Development Research and Action-RUDRA “Imagine there's no countries It isn't hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people living life in peace” – John Lennon Journey so far When I completed my engineering in 2013,my idea of... Continue Reading →

[Update] Sanstuti Foundation

Updates from Sanstuti Foundation - Gram Panchayat- Godhaura Annual Document- Sanstuti Foundation Website: http://sanstutifoundation.org/  Like Us: https://www.facebook.com/sanstutifoundation/ 

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 →

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