Ramya Sriram
The Lifelong Learner is a monthly comic strip that illustrates how continuous learning is
embedded in the human experience. The strip emphasizes that learning is not confined to
just school: we learn from nature, relationships, conversations, listening, making mistakes,
trying new things, and reflection. And of course, learning isn’t a one-way street, it’s a
dynamic exchange between teacher and student, adult and child.

Imagining an education for all

Usha Raman
The right to education is a fundamental right. But is education accessible to all? In 75 years of being a republic, how far have we come in bringing education to every section of the society?

Savitribai Phule and Fatima Sheikh: Pioneers of Indian education

Anjali Noronha
January is the birth month of two extraordinary women teachers – Savitribai Phule and Fatima Sheikh – who worked to uplift the downtrodden despite belonging to the less privileged sections of the society themselves. At a time when educating girls was shunned in society, these women braved insult, abuse, and atrocities to teach girls from the deprived communities.

A community’s struggle for dignity

Sawni, Sanjhali, and Tasveer are all from the Pardhi community in Bhopal. They share their experiences, struggles, and thoughts on what can be done to improve the situations of communities like theirs. Sawni is a first year college student in Read More …