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Teacher's Day

Starting on Teacher's Day, this Hyderabadi is skating 6,000 km across India, for the girl child

For Rana Uppalapati, skating is second nature. But what he is really passionate about is giving back to the society. Find out about the next 6,000 km-long journey he will undertake on Teacher's Day

Published on 3rd September 2018
Social worker

Meet Priya Nadkarni, a biz grad who quit banking to teach tribal kids life skills

Priya Nadkarni's vision is to create a seamless education set-up for the tribal children in Mandla District so that their education will help them earn their livelihood after moving out of school

Published on 1st September 2018
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The couple who let go of the Delhi life to teach kids farming in Unnao

The Delhi couple opened an agri-centric English-medium girl's school at Unnao in 2016 and now have 45 students

Published on 4th September 2018
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This journo quit to help kids with special needs in Mumbai's slums find their mojo

Sonalee Shyamsunder is a Political Science graduate. Her inquisitive nature coupled with a desire to know social realities resulted in her setting up an organisation for differently-abled

Published on 4th September 2018
English for kids

Why an IIM grad quit a job with IBM to teach English to village kids in rural Maharashtra

Shuvajit Payne left a well-paying job in London to make a difference in the lives of many underprivileged kids of Waifad in rural Maharashtra and many more in Rajasthan now

Published on 3rd September 2018
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Why Garima Vishal's Innovation School hires doctors and engineers to engage kids 

Garima Vishal, founder of Dejawoo School of Innovation opens up about why she quit topline tech companies to start an alternative primary school in Bihar 

Published on 1st September 2018
IIIT Hyderabad

Why IIIT-H's Ramesh Loganathan quit the corporate world for the classroom

Ramesh Loganathan was at the top of his tech food chain when he quit it all to teach at IIIT-H. Today, he drives innovation and entrepreneurship through all that he does

Published on 4th September 2018
Disaster Management

How Aravind Sreedhara went from biz analyst to community prof

A Business Consultant with a regular 9-5 job, Aravind Sreedhara talks about his journey of joining TISS and later ending up in an NGO teaching underprivileged kids

Published on 1st September 2018
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How Arvind Gupta is using everyday waste to bring science to millions of Indian kids

Padma Shri recipient, Arvind Gupta speaks about creating toys from recycled products to help create an equal and sustainable education system

Published on 1st September 2018
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UAE's new rule leaves Indian teachers jobless, expatriates urge govt intervention

As per a recent rule enacted by the Ajman Government, equalisation and eligibility certificates are issued only to candidates graduating through the regular mode

Published on 28th July 2018
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Free coaching in Vellore for visually challenged persons appearing for Teacher's Eligibility Test

Duly filled applications should reach the DDWO on or before May 30. Call 0416-2222737 for more details

Published on 28th May 2018
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This TFI fellow kills gender disparity in Hyderabad by fusing frisbees with theatre!  

The students of Siddhartha High School learn lessons of gender disparity a little differently than regular children — and it's all thanks to Sashank Vissa's awesome new curriculum

 

 

Published on 7th December 2017
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Teachers or defecation inspectors? How Kalam's dream for teachers may be hitting the dirt

A lot of us might have seen government school teachers taking voters census in houses, and there are a lot more they have been made to do, but is that even a teacher's duty? John B Monteiro talks

Published on 4th December 2017
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This Vellore Physics professor taught a class of tribal 12th-graders in rural Assam for a week and now he's lost his heart to them

Noah Eastman is a professor at Voorhees College and an MCC alumnus, and was invited to teach a school in Assam for a week and he can't wait to go back

Published on 15th November 2017
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Braving all odds, this 25-year-old has been fighting for the visually impaired and downtrodden right from his school days

Saif Ahmad Khan, the founder of the NGO, Save the Quest says that only aim is to lend a helping hand

Published on 30th October 2017

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