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Early Childhood Education - Sangareddy
The Early Childhood Education Initiative at Sangareddy helps Anganwadi Teachers develop as capable and caring practitioners, such that their
Anganwadis become vibrant learning centers for holistic development of 3 to 6 year old children. Azim Premji Foundation initiated the intervention
in 2012 to understand and strengthen the Early Childhood Education (ECE)...
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Celebrating the Urban Commons - A Photo Exhibtion
Celebrating the Urban Commons was a series of public events (a photo exhibition, guided walks, and public talks) organised by the School of Development in November 2017 to showcase the deep connections between urban communities and nature.
See what the photo-exhibition was all about >
12 stories give us a glimpse of what our Alumni are engaged with today.
Read about their work >
Kathavana 2017: Understanding Writing for Children
30th Oct 2017
KathaVana is an annual multilingual children’s literature festival organized since 2012 to promote interest in reading among school children. It introduces them to the treasure of stories available in various Indian languages.
See what happened at 6th edition of Kathavana >
The Entrants: Civil Society Hall of Fame 2017
The Civil Society Hall of Fame is an event that brings visibility to exceptional social contributions by people in the development sector. Five people from across India were chosen to present their ground level work to the larger community.
Learn about the work done by this year's entrants >
City and Farms - Agriculture in Periurban Bengaluru
15th - 17th Sep 2017
"City and Farms" was a 3-day exhibition that showcased photo-stories contributed by researchers and practitioners from India and abroad who are seeking to address some of the challenges associated with peri-urban agrarian livelihood sustainability.
Catch a glimpse of the displays and visitors >
Teacher Absenteeism Study
Government school teachers demonstrate exemplary commitment; actual teacher absenteeism substantially lower than general impressions.Teacher Absenteeism is as low as 2.5%.
The intellectual storehouse that are the students and the faculty. Something we could tap into any time and come out satisfied and stimulated.
R. Sridhar Rao
M.A. in Development I Class of 2014