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HOST is a yearly science tournament that promotes learning through experience, practical knowledge and helps students develop some life skills
Looking to take the plunge into social entrepreneurship? This course's hands-on approach might do the trick
For all those who nurture a social entrepreneurial streak, Access Livelihoods Consulting's Social Entrepreneurship Program is the right place to start. Their participants tell us why they think so...
Dealing with emotions can be tough for children, but this Hyderabad-based educator promises to be there all the way
Anjali Kariappa Chengapa has had an illustrious career as a journalist and trainer and now, she is dedicating her time and energy to working with children and emotions. This is what she proposes...
Indian School of Democracy has always offered various fellowships and programmes to nurture youngsters. And with A Good Politician, they have surely gone more than a few levels up. This is how...
Jeevat in Hyderabad is turning the idea of classroom education on its head in govt schools. This is how
Learning to learn is much more important than learning itself. Jeevat proves it by rewriting the state syllabus of Telangana and making it more appealing for learners. This is how they work...
If you ask the native Bengalureans about Yaksha Degula, then they will tell you a long story dating back to the 1960s. Such is the history created by father-daughter Yakshagana artist duo, K Mohan and
This 27-year-old debutante artist from Hyderabad's first exhibition was a treat. Here's what lies ahead for her
Tejaswy Swathi gathered all her nerves to conduct her first in-person exhibition and we find out how it went. It was a ten-day affair held at Café Rāsasvāda in Hyderabad and indeed, it was a delight
Started by IIT Bombay grads a decade ago, this programme is helping kids from low-income families get into IITs, NITs
Akshay Saxena, Co-founder of Avanti Fellows, tells us how they are trying to educate children from low-income families and help them get into India's best colleges
With art for art's sake as their mantra, this Hyderabad-based foundation conducts workshops for govt school students
This is the mantra that Aikaarth Foundation follows. Started by 24-year-old Pooja Agarwal, this NGO might have halted its operations due to the pandemic, but they are rearing to go very soon
These IIT-M grads are starting a Science, Math YouTube channel for Adivasi kids in the Paniya language
We speak to IITian-duo Maya and Deepak, who runs the YouTube channel Kathaadi. They tell us about how concepts of science and maths are made easy for rural children through their channel and more
Classes in Chottu doses: How this NGO is getting at-risk children the classes they need during lockdown
Chottu Ki Education engages beggars, school dropouts and child labourers in one-year-long bridge courses that help them gain entry into mainstream education. We find out they go about doing this
As part of its commitment to expand and innovate further in India, US-based video meet app Zoom is fast recruiting DevOps engineers, IT, security and business operations personnel in the country
This Chennai-based start-up is helping kids fall in love with Math and it is all fun and games. Literally
Math Love, an initiative by two women passionate about Math, sparks in children a love for Math through simple games and workbooks. Currently, they have gone online and are continuing their good work
Your friendly neighbourhood dashboard 'Solve Ninja' has made access to local shops easier amid lockdown in Bengaluru
Reap Benefits, a social enterprise in Bengaluru has developed a neighbourhood dashboard that can easily help you find local shops, pharmacies, medical clinics, COVID-19 test centres amid the lockdown
Do we really see beyond academic excellence and the resulting employability when we talk about the upliftment of underprivileged children? Slam Out Loud brings their feelings to the foreground
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