Join us this summer to spark critical thinking and social change in India’s classrooms… More Social change from within classrooms: STTI
Our initiative Student Think Tank for India was selected to be part of the first cohort in Ashoka India’s Youth Venture programme. It was the first time I formally pitched our venture (after crashing someone’s laptop moments before it had to project my slides), and an opportunity for thorough thinking-through of our vision, goals and strategies. In early… More Youth, Venturing and Ashoka: baby steps in Social Entrepreneurship
I know that exams aren’t your favourite time of the year, but hey, you’re almost done! We’ve been through it ourselves, and a bunch of us are trying to understand HOW school students study – during the school year, and before the exams. More specifically – what tools and methods you use, and who you study with. Click… More How do students study?
Apart from college and general Delhi-dallying, I spent a good part of 2015 working with an amazing team of people – spread across the country, but connected by the belief in Why we need something like Student Think Tank for India. Our Annual Update for 2015 (click on the image to read it) is a snapshot of… More What was I up to in 2015?
I enjoy going to conferences. Listening to the big names, getting to know about the hundreds of new things being carried out in pockets across our huge population. But education conferences — and education in general — has continued with the practice of not listening to its most important stakeholders: the children themselves. Change the Script, Dream… More Student Voice at #changethescript
Getting ready for the Under25 summit in Bangalore today, at the World Trade Centre. It’s an event for young people under the age of 25 with platforms for people who are leaders in various fields, and a coming together of makers and doers of all shades. About 2,000 people have signed up for the sold-out… More Three questions for all of us, Under25
About STTI: Student Think Tank for India creates models for schools and colleges to critically explore and understand civic issues. The following is an account of our most recent session with Class 11 and 12 students of the STTI Club at DPS, Hyderabad. In the search for relatable topics to discuss in our session, the… More STTI Session: India’s relationship with Engineering