Our hearts fill with joy seeing yet another student, Amrita Paul, a Senior Programme Officer with the Prison Reforms Programme, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative take flight after completing our Writing Program. This has been one of the most interactive sessions we have had, where we discussed everything related to legal and human rights, to travel, baking and life in general. I am truly humbled and honoured to have mentored Amrita, a wonderful human being, a thorough professional and an exceptional writer.
Kavita Srivastava takes us on a spellbound journey to her home state Uttar Pradesh. It is more to what meets the eye for someone who may have visited the state a few times. Hailing from Bhadohi, the ‘City of Carpets’, Kavita sheds new light and a perspective on Uttar Pradesh, a land known for its epics, festivals, culture, food, creativity, love and power.
10th Grader, Parashie Sidhwani explores the nuances of Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace and why it matters. To get the best out of the employees, how organisations should step up to make their employees feel welcome while respecting their differences of background. As she takes the learnings from D&I, she looks forward to a positive work environment when she joins the workforce in a few years down the line.
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Parents are waking up to new concepts of learning, realising there’s much to education taking place within the four walls of a classroom. We’re are also realising the importance of emotional resilience or EQ rather than just focusing on marks, IQ and winning competitions. Here’s an in-depth analysis of various pre-school philosophies to help parents decide what’s best for their children, as good habits begin early!