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Greenwood High Student’s Gift Sight, Gift Life initiative hopes to touch millions
'The Travel' is a musical video that brings out the cruel injustice of snatching a child's childhood away
Loo and behold: Meet the US student who's been staying in UP's remotest villages for five years to build 'one toilet at a time'
Since 2012, Marta Vanduzer-Snow, a PhD student from the US, has been building toilets in the most backward villages of UP. Despite all the turmoil and general mistrust, she's managed to cut the stink
Government schools manage to avail education tools and e-learning software but nobody to teach the teachers how to use these tools. Dickson Eugene Das has found a way
From a family of army officers to becoming a dancing wizard to accepting his calling as a teacher, Akshay Mandlik now uses every possible medium to help his students
With no student union to lead protest, TISS students bombard college authorities with emails demanding roll back of new circular that makes Aadhar compulsory, stops scholarships for SC, ST, OBC
A few weeks ago, TISS director had warned that three departments would be shut due to no government funding, the same problem comes back to haunt students of the new academic year but with much worse.
Born and brought up in a slum in Chennai, this MCC lecturer now works for the upliftment of slum dwellers
Joshua Jayaseelan, a professor who continues to work in the slum he grew up in wants to make it an example for other slums to follow.
Madras School of Social Work, Egmore, recently introduced its new course on Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management (PGDHRM) for working professionals
The top six participants of the She Leads campaign talks about the rigorous resedential training for the final round of the leadership programme
The six winners of the campaign will participate in the 3-day programme about leadership and management skills
The International non-profit organisation strives to improve the world through entrepreneurial action
Don't be surprised if you visit a library and the book looks like your uncle and decides to chat you up. Welcome to the world of Human Libraries
Printed books are so yesterday. Being a human book in a Human Library where people can ask you pretty much anything is the new cool. Check out this trend that's taking libraries by storm
Chennai sprinter Blumen Rajan is in a race against time to beat cancer. Are you the stem cell donor who can help out today?
A graduate of Madras Christian College, Blumen was diagnosed with CML and urgently needs a stem cell transplant. This is his story. Details on how you can help are here below
The social enterprise aims at creating a market across the eastern states for around 2,500 tribals. The members, mostly women, benefit when they are connected with role models
I didn't have money to buy books, says Jabna Chauhan who became the youngest sarpanch of the country at 22
No political background. No financial support. No alliances. Yet today, this former news anchor from Himachal Pradesh is India's youngest sarpanch and gets to boss around colleagues twice her age
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