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KathaVana 2017

Azim Premji University's annual, bi-lingual children's literature festival, KathaVana, is here again! KathaVana is a 3-day event, including activities for APU students, events for teachers and librarians, and a mela for the children, themselves! The three dates are: October 25,... Continue Reading →


Indians’ Uneasiness with Sex

By V Santhakumar originally posted at Economics in Action My hunch is that Indians have a somewhat unique uneasiness with matters related to sex. I wish to explore the nature of this uneasiness and speculate on possible causes, in this... Continue Reading →

Mental Health Week (Oct 9-13) @ APU

Just like the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) envisions a world in which mental health is a priority for all people, Azim Premji University through its Centre for Counselling Services (CCS) envisions a campus in which mental health is... Continue Reading →

Re-imagining the Spirit of Gandhi Oct 3-6, 2017

Click here for : Gandhiji Week schedule 2017  

Photo Exhibition – The City and the Farms

The City and the Farms  - agriculture in periurban Bengaluru  Photo-exhibition hosted by Azim Premji University On September 15, 16 and 17, 2017 at Vismaya Hall, Rangoli Metro Art Centre, M.G. Road, Bangalore “Experience the nature bliss”, exhorts a huge... Continue Reading →

Karvaan 2017

From the editors Hello Reader! Amidst the dives all of us take in the thoughts of others, unknown to us, certain voices take birth within each one of us, wanting to come alive, breathe, be noticed and heard. Karvaan, since... Continue Reading →

Early Literacy Initiative (ELI) Website

Dear Friends, Early Literacy Initiative (ELI), is a university based initiative located at TISS, Hyderabad, and funded by Tata Trusts. It is a domain-building initiative that aims to focus on  aspects of teaching, research and advocacy efforts with respect to... Continue Reading →

Book launch: Childhoods in India

A book that several School of Education faculty have put a fair amount of time into - and that Shailaja Menon and Ankur Madan have co-edited along with Professor T. S. Saraswathi - has been published by Routledge. It is... Continue Reading →

Caste, Media and Political Power in Andhra Pradesh: The Case of Eenadu

(This article by Sambaiah Gundimeda who is faculty with Azim Premji University was first published in the History and Sociology of South Asia journal) Abstract The unholy nexus between media houses and politics is a well-known sad reality. Such nexus is further... Continue Reading →

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