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underprivileged students

This Pune-based organisation helps underprivileged students get accepted at IITs and other top institutions in India

In their one-year program, they also provide free food and accommodation for the year that the scholar spends with Dakshana

Published on 8th September 2018
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Here's how 22-year-old Deepa Gujar's life took a turn for the better, thanks to a digital literacy training programme

This International Literacy Day, take a look at how basic computer literacy helped Deepa Gujar earn a living and provide for her entire family

Published on 8th September 2018
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If you volun-tour with TRIP to Change India, you could help a village better their lives

Traveller Niyog Krishna, through his NGO Manthan is set to start an initiative that will change the face of volunteering tourism in India

Published on 4th September 2018
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This doctor couple has been healing the tribal folk of Sittilingi in TN for over 2 decades

To boldly go where no sane doctor would go required some courage. Dr Regi George and Lalitha had all that and more as they have transformed the healthscape of the Kalrayan Hills. Akshaya Asokan traces

Published on 20th August 2018
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At 42, Deepa Bhat, mother of two, has already participated in more than 50 timed races, 10K runs to Ultra Marathons

Deepa Bhat works as the Assocaite Vice-President of a start-up, is a mother of two and has participated in more than 50 races

Published on 9th August 2018
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This Karachi campaign run by university students helps trans persons live a dignified life

Actcept was started in January 2018 by eight university students and a faculty from a leading business institution in Karachi, Pakistan

Published on 12th August 2018
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How EdTech company Quest Alliance is trying to change a 'digressive' education system

We speak to the Executive Director of Quest Alliance, Aakash Sethi, and try to understand what EdTech companies are focusing on next

Published on 29th July 2018
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How a few good people are stopping Odisha's at-risk children from sinking into a life of crime and darkness

A few dedicated academics and social workers in Bhubaneswar are changing the lives of drug addicts and victimised children using education and literacy as tools of change

Published on 15th July 2018
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How two brothers in Chennai's Vyasarpadi have used football to save a whole generation from gangs and ganja

The organisation currently has 150 players who receive professional training out of whom 25 players participate in state-level competitions

Published on 9th July 2018
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Kerala's transgender community welcomes state government's move to allot seats for them in colleges

In a move being praised as a progressive step towards inclusive education, the Kerala state government has decided to allot seats for transgender persons in colleges

Published on 10th July 2018
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Meet Karthiyani Amma from Kerala who will be 100 when she clears Class X! 

Karthiyani Amma, the oldest student of the state speaks about reentering the classroom with a bang through the Aksharalaksham programme 

Published on 2nd July 2018
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How Jharkhand-based NGO Cyber Peace Foundation has been helping youngsters stay safe online for 15 years

Vineet Kumar, the founder of Cyber Peace Foundation talks about security challenges faced by women in cyberspace and what his foundation is doing to better the ecosystem

Published on 3rd July 2018
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10,000 students volunteer to spread knowledge as a part of Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority's free literacy project

The Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority has rolled off a free literacy project 'Aksharasree', in association with the city corporation

Published on 3rd July 2018
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Are people preferring digital books over traditional ones? Here's a campaign that reveals so

According to the results, books in Hindi (bilingual or Hindi only) were the most-read books on the application. People preferred books in their mother tongue

Published on 27th June 2018
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Here's how AP Janmabhoomi is getting NRIs to digitse classrooms in their native villages

AP Janmabhoomi, an initiative of the Government of Andhra Pradesh to connect NRIs to their villages, has clocked two years. We talk to all the stakeholders to get a feel of their progress

Published on 25th June 2018

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