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Teachers' Day: Why teachers should strive to become educators in the 21st century

Educators are not mere givers/sharers/creators of knowledge; they enable students to think creatively, critically and productively

Published on 5th September 2020
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Don't let it drop: How this Odia youth's documentary on water wastage is hot on the film festival circuit

The cinematographer for Last Drop is Swarup Ranjan and the sound mixing has been done by Pratap Kumar. The crew toured extensively to find the right locales to shoot this short documentary 
 

Published on 8th July 2020
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Idivettu-ing Typhoons: How Mohith O created the first all-Malayalam serialised comic 

Based on a crime that occurs in a small town in Kottayam, Idivettu is the first serialised comic to be entirely written in Malayalam

Published on 29th May 2020
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This is NGO Sakshi’s plan to curb the rising child sexual abuse complaints caused by the lockdown

This New Delhi-based NGO had started the #StopChildSexualAbuse initiative offline as a part of The Rakshin Project. Now, with the spurt in child abuse complaints, they are working even more harder 

Published on 27th April 2020
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This AI can help reduce caste-based abuse on social media. Here's how

This is a Behaviour Identification Model that can detect caste-based abuse within online communities which contain a spectrum of information

Published on 21st April 2020
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SoCh a great idea: How Anusha Bharadwaj is transforming the lives of Telangana's young women

SoCh For Social Change is reaching out to young women and adolescent girls through their programmes to let them experience life in the social sector and cash in on their yen for it. Interested?

Published on 12th February 2020
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How Karthik Pallam is using Telangana's youth for social change through weekend volunteering!

Schools are considered temples of learning and who said they have to look dull? The Hyderabad-based NGO We Can Make A Change not just paints government schools but also renovates them

Published on 22nd January 2020
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I want to help people fall in love with the natural world through my work: Grammy Award-winning composer Ricky Kej

Grammy award-winning musician made a decision very early on in life. He made a commitment that every single piece of music he creates would be to make the world a better place

Published on 8th January 2020
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Meet the youngsters behind Makkala Grama Sabhas that're driving social change in rural Karnataka

In times such as these, making children learn about citizenship, rights and duties has become important. And that is why Makkala Grama Sabhas conducted by Grama Panchayats play a key role

Published on 23rd December 2019
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Why Venkatesh Geriti wants India's youth to storm politics and shape policy

Multiple-award winner Venkatesh Geriti’s mission is to involve youngsters in nation-building and policy-making so that India can reach its full potential. We find out more about his work

Published on 11th December 2019
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Universities are great hubs of ideas, but not ivory towers: President

President Ramnath Kovind, in his address to the students talked about the role of universities in creating novel ideas in the young minds

Published on 9th December 2019
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This 16-year-old has developed an app that helps individuals and organisations collaborate for social change

The Baton app, created by Tanya Elizabeth Ken was recently launched by the Department of Social Work at Stella Maris College, Chennai 

Published on 4th December 2019
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From city slum to international arena, Bhubaneswar girl makes community proud with her leadership abilities

The summit will take an integrated approach, covering five themes and highlighting the power of gender equality, youth leadership, political and community leadership, innovation and data

Published on 14th November 2019
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With the House Challenge Project, this Kerala woman built 120 houses for the homeless along with her students

We speak to Sr Lizzy Chakkalakal, the Principal of a public school who has build 120 homes for the homeless with the help of her students

Published on 11th September 2019
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Maharashtra school textbooks to become more gender sensitive, do away with stereotypes

The Maharashtra State Bureau of Textbook Production and Curriculum Research has incorporated illustrations and stories of men and women sharing household chores in the revised textbooks of Class II

Published on 19th June 2019

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