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This rescue dog is now helping abuse victims find inner peace, courtesy AAT. This is his incredible story

As Animal Assisted Therapy is slowly gaining momentum in India, we check out how TWT269's Johnny is a trailblazer in more ways that one. This is his incredible story

Published on 23rd May 2019
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Do research that you want to do, not because there's funding: MSRUAS  VC Dr Sivaguru Sritharan

Dr Sivaguru S Sritharan, the new Vice-Chancellor of MSRUAS talks to Rashmi Patil about how he's going to get his students to do research that has real-world applications

Published on 30th April 2019
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Here's how Amar Chitra Katha Alive centre in Hyderabad will take you back in time, into the world of 'Shikari Shambu' and 'Suppandi'

Through the retelling of timeless tales, the Amar Chitra Katha Alive centre in Hyderabad aims to take us back to our roots and enable us to be learners

Published on 13th April 2019
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Put a pin in your learning curve: Why your kids need to go to Hyderabad's Kites and Nine pinS

The objective for Neha and Sanjeev Srivastava to start the enrichment centre for children, Kites And Nine pinS, was to equip kids with the right tools which will help them shape their future

Published on 4th January 2019
SRM University, Andhra Pradesh - Amaravati

SRM’s latest campus in Amaravati holds a lot of promise and wishes to offer multi-disciplinary learning

Vice-Chancellor Dr Jamshed Bharucha holds a master’s from Yale University and PhD from Harvard University

Published on 31st December 2018
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PlayShifu tells us why Augmented Reality toys are the next best teachers

Is AR the need of the hour?  AR expert Vivek Goyal talks about the pros and cons of AR toys and how these toys are different from conventional toys

Published on 21st November 2018
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How VIBGYOR School is helping kids with learning disabilities

The school chain has huge plans to bring their inclusive education programme to smaller cities and town in South India

Published on 29th October 2018
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How Theatre Nisha's Bala is using theatre to change gender stereotypes among kids

V Balakrishnan of Theatre Nisha is using theatre to break gender stereotypes and is training kids from underprivileged backgrounds and also those with learning disabilities

Published on 30th August 2018
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This NGO started by BITS Pilani students is helping the less privileged with education and employment

The organisation was founded by Mayur Patnala and Rakesh Anugula and a group of students from BITS, Pilani, with a passion to fulfil their responsibility towards the less privileged of the society

Published on 7th September 2018
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Meenakshi Umesh's school teaches the one lesson no other school will teach — Survival

Meenakshi Umesh, Founder of Puvidham — Education for Sustainable Living and Rural Development talks about how she set up this one-of-a-kind school

Published on 7th March 2018
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This lady from B'luru runs a mobile school that teaches shlokas to Gen Y

Gurukulam, the Shloka learning centre teaches Shlokas to children, helping them lead a peaceful and happier life

Published on 3rd January 2018
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Zoning in: Binayak Acharya is providing high-quality, early childhood education support to rural areas of Odisha through ThinkZone

Changing the definition of pre-schools and empowering women at the same time in the state of Odisha is ThinkZone

Published on 9th November 2017
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Hey, it's story time: Meet these four Bengalureans who will make you fall in love with the art of storytelling   

"Once upon a time..." — Let these storytellers bring back the memories of your childhood while you learn a few tricks of the modern day storytelling 

Published on 21st October 2017
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Dyslexia is a problem and parents need to start accepting that, opine experts on World Dyslexia Day

Parents and society at large have a huge role to play in shaping and often making or breaking children with dyslexia and learning disabilities, opine Experts on World Dyslexia Day

Published on 5th October 2017
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What Teachers' Day means to you when your great-uncle is Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

From wondering why he read under the streelights to becoming a part of his legacy, Dr S Radhakrishnan's descendant recalls how her continuing tryst with him developed over time

Published on 6th September 2017

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