Need of the Hour With eVidyaloka

Need of the Hour With eVidyaloka

December 23, 2021 |
Author: Brinda Poornapragna, CEO, eVidyaloka Trust
90% of the Indian education system is driven by rural government schools, and there are 2 chronic challenges we have as a country: acute teacher shortage and quality of learning experience. eVidyaloka is an NGO with a vision of creating… Read more
Saajha’s Impact on Education

Saajha’s Impact on Education

September 9, 2021 |
Author: Saransh Vaswani, Co-founder of Saajha
Deepika Ji* is a single parent of two children and works as a domestic house cook. Unlike her brother, she never got an opportunity to study, as her parents preferred to educate only their son. Originally from Uttar Pradesh, she… Read more
Poverty Eradication Through Quality Primary Education

Poverty Eradication Through Quality Primary Education

February 21, 2020 |
Author: Anoop Gupta, Founder of icareindia
"If poverty can be abolished in this century, it can only be possible through knowledge " - Shri Narendra Modi This quote outlines how important education is for the well-being of a country's economy, as it brings multifaceted benefits to… Read more
Educate Girls

Educate Girls

July 8, 2018 |
Author: Swati Narayan, US Director, Educate Girls
I’m blessed to have a cohort of friends who feel passionately about many of the same issues as I do. Last month, we found ourselves lamenting yet another horrific incident of child rape in India. Many of my friends questioned… Read more

The Unusual Political Leanings of Indian Americans

October 22, 2012 |
Indian Americans are possibly the most Democrat leaning group of any community in the United States other than African Americans. According to a recent report from the Pew Research Center, 65 percent of Indian Americans identified themselves as Democrats and just… Read more