Deccan Herald | Learning with smart infrastructure

The importance of digital technology was brought to the forefront by the pandemic. People living in urban areas, and children in particular, were reliant on technology to attend online classes during the lockdown. However, many rural children struggled due to the lack of access to digital devices and poor internet networks.

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The CSR Journal | 4 NGOs Using a Novel Approach to Serious Problem Solving

Over the years, NGOs have advocated for many good causes but over time their work showcased an image of poverty, sadness, and pity. This representation of multiple problems in India invites commiseration from the global as well as local audiences. However, there are a few NGOs who are taking a novel approach to dealing with serious problems, instead of banking on poverty selling they work towards creating a positive narrative.

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Good News Today | इस दंपति ने कॉरपोरेट जॉब छोड़ शुरू किया ‘बाल उत्सव’, अब सवार रहे बच्चों का भविष्य

कॉर्पोरेट प्रशिक्षण और लोगों के विकास के क्षेत्र में काफी समय बिताने के बाद, इस पति और पत्नी की जोड़ी ने अपने सफल कॉर्पोरेट करियर को अलविदा कहने और सामाजिक विकास के क्षेत्र में कदम रखने का फैसला किया. ये अब सरकारी स्कूलों को स्मार्ट बनाने के मिशन में जुट गए.

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Times of India | What the Pravasi can do for public school education in India

There is no place on earth where you can’t find an ethnic Indian. The Global Indian is distinguished all over the world and has excelled in different spheres. At the same time, they have remained connected to their roots. They are both India’s success story and the brand ambassadors of India’s success who are taking India to the world and becoming brand ambassadors for the success of the nation.

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Podcast | ‘Such Conversations Matter’ with Saurabh Nanda

Meet Ramesh Balasundaram and Binu Ramesh, founders and leaders of the NGO BalUtsav, headquartered in Bangalore, India. BalUtsav helps to bring life-changing education to children living in India, thus facilitating learning for the entire life cycle: from childhood to livelihood. They work in government schools in 5 states in India and impact over 800,000 students.

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Fair Planet | Making Education in India Inclusive

Giving up successful corporate careers to make a positive impact in the social development space is something that is harder than one would imagine. However, Binu Verma and Ramesh Balasundaram did just that due to their shared passion to develop solutions that could bring a grassroot-level impact.

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