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Why Autonomy in Education Should Be Schools’ Primary Goal Print

Originally posted @ on March 30, 2017 by Nikhil Bangera. Nikhil Bangera (2011 - 13 batch) is an Advisor with Next School, the first Big Picture Learning school in India What are the kind of adults we want our children... Continue Reading →


A SHORT FILM ABOUT SOLAR POWERED THINGS IN NEED OF REPAIR Solar energy is transforming the lives of people around the world who live without access to electricity. But what happens to the solar revolution when technology breaks down? The Solar... Continue Reading →

In Hilly Areas, Springs Are Hope Eternal For A Water-Secure Future

Originally posted @ Shreehari Paliath (2014-16 batch) is a part of Research and Advocacy at Arghyam. He can be reached at Nandini sits coyly in the first row of her class, leaning against an unplastered pillar. The school is... Continue Reading →

Majuli Needs a Leader

Posted by Dharamjeet Kumar ( 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... Continue Reading →

Living with Floods

Originally Posted by Dharamjeet Kumar ( 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... Continue Reading →

Teacher Sharing @ Riad Foundation

The Teacher Sharing Session is an informal gathering of teachers, parents and educators and the event is usually conducted on the first Sunday of every alternate month.  These sessions provide a platform to those who have been trying out an... 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 →

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 →

Koodankulam Protest and Agitation Story

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