We met, accidentally. And then it seemed fated. I was naturally drawn to it; with a thirst to know more and more. Meanwhile, there were few who actually get it, preferring the flash and flamboyance of others.
Education is the beat reserved for newbies – the interns fresh from grad school, who are made to run around the block to get their pieces together. However, what works for me here is that I naturally love learning – I like to know what to do and how to do it, how things can be made better and how you can drive the most out of anything.
Here are a select few of the pieces that I have worked on, which fall under the learning domain:
The case of 2+2: My Take On Homeschooling In India
Homeschooling is not an easy road. It requires a huge amount of patience, time and effort from parents as well as children. It’s also a test in faith. Your faith — in yourself, in your decision and in your child. Read more.
Budget 2016 – The Education Edition
Ever since the Narendra Modi government took power, there has been a consistent focus on building our massive manpower into a skilled and multi-talented youth populace. With focus on Make In India and skilled development, a lot was expected from Budget 2016 in terms of education. This is a gist for what came out of it.
What to expect: Jaipur Literature Festival 2016
Celebrating writers, prose, conversations and the written world, the Jaipur Literature Festival serves as a canvas for ideas and dialogue. Nobel Laureates, Man Booker winners to debuting writers step up to discuss books, society and paradoxes with each other and avid readers.
4 Reasons Why TechFest15 is a Fitting End to 2015
What happens when boys (and girls) who love their toys, come together in the name of all things tech? The TechFest at IIT Bombay! Spanning over the last weekend of 2015, the Powai based Techfest had it all – Cars, Bikes, Robots, Hackathons, Games and coding marathons. Plus, intrigued minds and the spirit of innovation in the very air they breathe.
Google worthy Career Lessons from #AskSundar
“…Be Allowed to Take risks”, underlined Sundar Pichai, when asked on how Indian education should change to build minds (read students) worthy of endeavours like Google. A big statement indeed, considering that most of us hope to end up either at Alphabet (the company behind the Search behemoth) or hope for a workplace with benefits like it.
Read more about what lessons you can take home from the session.