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rural girls from Gujrat are living the constitution

Girls from Serisha village in Gujarat are helping in the betterment of their community and breaking their orthodox cages by playing simple games that help them understand the constitution. Bhavik Sharma, a graduate in Gujrati Literature, first started working in the field of education when he joined Sauhard – a non-profit organization from Ahmedabad working …

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Samvidhan Live

In an exclusive conversation, Key members of Synergy Sanstha, Anhad Pravah, Bharat Calling and Agrini talk about their take on constitutional literacy and the steps they have taken for its implementation with ComMutiny – The Youth Collective’s Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project Even as we celebrate India’s rich diversity and plurality, we need to sit …

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To bring forth the talents of those whose potentials otherwise remain hidden behind rags of dust, filth, discomfort and unrest, Makkala Jagriti, an NGO working with children and youth from the underprivileged communities, is holding an event ‘Makkala Raaga’, at Chowdaiah Memorial Hall in Bengaluru on February 2nd, 2018. The event marks the 15th year …

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Women's Nameplates

Recently, Himmatpura, a small village in Bathinda district of Punjab, took a different step towards empowering the women in their village. The 350 residents of the village, reversed the state-wide trend of displaying the male member’s name on the House Number plates and now, proudly adorn their houses with the names, mobile numbers of the …

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The Baithak Foundation

Picture a group of children in your next door urban setup. These children are extremely hardworking and are already conscious about their career and further education. They see scientists like Einstein to entrepreneurs like Bill Gates as their inspiration and rightly so, want to be successful like them. Somehow their dreams circle around the path …

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Marking a proud moment for India, Navy’s all women team of Six members set sail to one of the most  dangerous sea terrains on earth.Last week they crossed the Cape Horn, located in the Tierra del Fuego islands near the southern tip of South America. This 1391 foot high headland is also dubbed as “The …

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Siraj from Titagarh, West Bengal organised a friendly football, under ComMutiny – The Youth Collective’s Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project, with people from various religious and communal groups to create a bridge for a new dialogue of peace. Football is a term that most of us might be familiar with. The sport is not only …

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Jagrik Project Diksha

The Youth Collective’s Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project, 13-year-old Diksha encapsulated the values of our constitution by making a more inclusive preamble for her school mates in a tribal district in Madhya Pradesh. Samvidhan Live! The Jagrik Project is a nationwide initiative designed and anchored by ComMutiny – The Youth Collective (CYC), in collaboration with …

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