Math guru keeps it simple

This is the story of a government school headmaster, also an inspired maths teacher, who made it his mission to make the subject easy and interesting , and also changed the ambience of the government school where he worked.

Tonk’s champion teacher

Read this inspiring story of how one teacher brought about tremendous improvement in a school in Rajasthan.

And the wheel turns…

A former student recalls the wonderful days spent in the company of one particular teacher who inspired her. This moving narrative teaches us several lessons that must be imbibed by all.

An idea that may have been…

Gandhi’s ideas of education are well known and appreciated but not many put them to practice. Here is a school in Udaipur that is successfully practicising the Nai Taleem philosophy.

Multi-layered learning: Pallikoodam

Pallikoodam is a school that does things differently and their different approach has yielded them success over the years. Read on to find out how education has become exciting, fun and desired in this school.

Making the climb fun for your child!

Sneha Reddy

Learning Ladder is a learning centre that sells books, toys and learning materials to suit the Indian child. Read to discover a little bit about this unique learning space.

BaLA – its roots and the spread

Kabir Vajpeyi
The concept of Building as a Learning Aid has become very important as more schools look at maximizing their resources. This profile looks at how BaLA became popular and why it is spreading.

The stars of Tilonia

Chintan Girish Modi
The Barefoot College is an organization that enhances the lives of the less privileged by providing them basic services and solutions.

Setting hair on fire to ignite young minds!

Sridivya Mukpalkar
Rafe Esquith’s Teach like your hair is on fire is a book for every passionate teacher. Although written by an American, the book is universal in its appeal.

The Ramanujan museum for math

S Sundaram and Nirmala Raman PK Srinivasan, or PKS as he was known, was a dreamer with his head in the world of mathematics but feet fi rmly on the ground. He was an ardent admirer and practically a devotee Read More …