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At 49 he quit his job to join an NGO. Now he runs an institute that offers an exclusive development studies programme

Ravi Sreedharan gave up his corporate life to do something meaningful in the social sector. Read more to  find out about his institute, ISDM

Published on 31st May 2017
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Once a small town boy who struggled to finance his education, this proud 'Manipalite' professor is working on his dream project - A high-tech mobile school

From coordinating fests to supervising several projects at once, simpler-than-normal Professor Nithesh Nayak is flourishing at Manipal University and is helping everyone around him flourish too.

Published on 31st May 2017
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Selvin Sundharaj who conducts spelling bee competitions across the country for the today's smart generation tells us why logical thinking is important

Selvin Sundharaj tells why children need to use logical reasoning to solve simple problems. Read more to find out

Published on 30th May 2017
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Here's why logical thinking matters more now than ever before! 

Selvin Sundharaj tells why children need to use logical reasoning to solve simple problems. Read more to find out

Published on 29th May 2017
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She is not your usual teacher. Pakki Roja helps underprivileged children who aren’t exposed to the outside world and motivates others to join the NSS

Professor and NSS programme officer, Pakki Roja encourages her students to go out into the community and organises camps to educate youngsters on the ill-effects of child marriage and addiction

Published on 30th May 2017
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Fighting against all odds to get a degree, this 26-year-old now educates children by teaching at a Farm School, setting up a tuition centre and volunteering at an NGO

Setting up a tuition centre in her village and volunteering at an NGO, K Paripooranam does this because she believes in giving girls and boys a chance to make it big

Published on 29th May 2017
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Riches to rags: Here's the story of a teacher who gave up a lucrative job and decided to teach the children of poor fishermen

Juanita John decided to quit working in private schools and decided to work in some of the most deprivation-hit areas of the country — reaching affected kid

Published on 26th May 2017
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Adios Taboos: High Schools in Kerala will soon have sanitary pad vending machines

Through the She Pad Project which is expected to commence in June, the Kerala Government is setting up sanitary pad vending machines in Higher Secondary Schools

Published on 25th May 2017
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Meet the Robot Man of VIT: Here's how Aswani Kumar is computing his teaching path 

VIT University’s Dr. Aswani Kumar believes that his students’ creative ideas, enthusiasm, and curiosity can lead to discoveries that don’t often come to teachers — you just need to look out for them

Published on 25th May 2017
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A writer and a poet, this multifaceted teacher encourages her students to discover their talents

For V S Kaikasi, her name sparked her interest in Hindu mythology. Like her namesake, she too is resolute in her mission to get her students to discover what they’re really good at

Published on 25th May 2017
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Meet the tech-savvy Professor who developed courses for Chemical Engineering using Computer Technology

PR Naren, a senior assistant professor at SASTRA University talks about Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering and about his views as a professor 

Published on 25th May 2017
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In a government school with no electricity, this teacher walked in with his own laptop and helped his students scale new heights

What do you do when the government funds computers for your rural school, but there’s no electricity around? If you’re Karunai Doss, then you’d take your PC, mobile phone’s net connection and teach

Published on 24th May 2017
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Indian American student wins National Geographic Bee contest

Pranay Varada, an Indian- American student wins the National Geographic Bee. Of the ten finalists, six were Indian American students in the contest this year

Published on 20th May 2017
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This 13-year-old from Hyderabad is set to showcase equestrian skills in Europe

Thirteen-year-old Abbas Hussain is set to represent India at the Equestrian tournament in Europe. He has in the recent past earned several medals at national and international levels. 

Published on 19th May 2017
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Having friends helps the move from primary school to secondary school easier

Studies reveal that participative children who have a good friends circle are likely to be better off at coping up with the transition- related challenges while moving from primary to secondary school

Published on 15th May 2017

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