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Neeraj Murmu

Diana Award winner, Neeraj Murmu was once a child laborer in the mica mines of Jharkhand’s Duliyakaram. Kailash Satyarthi Children’s Foundation aided his rescue in 2011 and that is when he got to attend school for the first time in his life. He went ahead to rescue many other children like him. Critical financial conditions of …

Dear Class of 2020, Congratulations! Congratulations to ALL OF US, for the tremendous amount of work that we have put in to reach this point, and fortunately or not, to be able to graduate in these times. I believe that we are a special class, – a historic class. How rare this is, that in …

When we think about school, a surreal concoction of books, bags, teachers, playground and friends come to mind. But, often, in our recollections, we inadvertently ignore an important organ of this living organism – the helping staff. But, Anvita, Kanika and Tanvi, erstwhile students of National Public School, Koramangala, class of 2018 and her friends …

India is a paradox. One of the fastest growing economies in the world, the high GDP growth rate often glosses over the stark injustice, inequality and discrimination that prevails and leeches into every nook and crevice of this bubbling cauldron of a country. The colossal economic disparity existing in India also sheds some light on …

Once the milestone of Gandhiji’s first Satyagraha, this school in Bhitiharwa, West Champaran is creating a positive change in the lives of 350 rural girls. Bhitiharwa, a lesser known village in West Champaran district of the rural belt of Bihar, has an important place in the annals of our history. The village saw the advent …

Mumbai based organisation Universe Simplified is empowering children to create inventions that can solve pertinent problems in their community When Henna Khan was a child, she was obsessed with the seamless and unending fringes of the vast sky. She would spend all of her time wanting to know more about the stars, and galaxies and …

An ordinary looking school, relatively small in size like most in the rural belt of Rajasthan, was experiencing a surreally extraordinary vibe. A group of kids, clustered around the corner, were tinkering with regular household materials in an attempt to build a solar powered Lamp. These lamps would come as a gleeful respite to the …

How Gramiksha is changing the lives of deprived children and the volunteers working for them by way of education