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A fellowship with ALC will teach you all there is to know about social entrepreneurship 

Access Livelihoods Consulting India Ltd's two-year fellowship encompasses both theoretical and practical aspects of running a social enterprise   

Published on 17th April 2018
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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

Published on 8th August 2020
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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...

Published on 16th February 2021
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Debate and conquer: Why every high schooler needs to be at TFI's Halla Bol 5.0

This will be the fifth edition of this parliamentary-style debate which will be held in Hyderabad. The finals are expected to take place in March 2020

Published on 13th December 2019
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Eat, sleep, code, repeat! Find out how programming is taught at the Masai School in Bengaluru

Prateek Shukla, Founder of Masai School tells us about the military-style training school for aspiring programmers

Published on 24th October 2019
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How Milind Chandwani is giving govt school kids the chance to fall in love with camps

Milind Chandwani, founder, Camp Diaries, tells us about his initiative that has helped more than 4,000 children from poor backgrounds realise their full potential through fun activities

Published on 20th August 2019
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How three TFI fellows have helped Govt School kids in Chennai talk their dads out of alcoholism

The trio started a community centre called Vidiyal where they teach academics, arts and help them initiate conversations about alcoholism

Published on 26th June 2018
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Inqui-Lab Zindabad: How 15 Telangana welfare schools are finding their scientific spark

The curriculum of the programme has been designed by Eshwar Bandi, Sahithya Anumolu and Vivek Piddempally. They have referred to open source material from Stanford and Harvard

Published on 23rd December 2019
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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...
 

Published on 10th February 2021
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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...

Published on 16th February 2021
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Meet Aravindhan Anbazhagan, a Teach For India fellow who stacked up awards for his inspirational work

Aravindhan Anbazhagan recounts his experiences as a teacher that lead him to win an international award

Published on 26th February 2019
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Meet the Mohans, Yakshagana's first family, who are making the art form stronger

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

Published on 18th January 2021
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Remember Mathew Jose aka the 'Paperman'? He just got an invite from Barack Obama

You probably know that Mathew Jose is synonymous with his start-up Paperman. here's the next big thing that he's doing - he's been invited to meet Barack Obama at his Town Hall

Published on 29th November 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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Slam Out Loud is helping disadvantaged kids express themselves through art. Here's how it helps

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

Published on 2nd March 2020

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