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Empowering Girls through Education: Meet Dr. Rashmi Tiwari

Dr. Rashmi Tiwari believed that “Most prestigious award for a teacher is to succeed in the attempts for their students”. Dr Rashmi Tiwari, the headteacher at English Medium Primary School Washiratganj, Unnao is conferred with UP State Teacher Award. Rashmi ji expresses her desire to see her students in her position. Inspiration from father...

Learning via Puppetry: Meet Basant Kumar Sahu

Basant Kumar feels that children learn more efficiently through visuals and by interacting with their surroundings. And using puppets as medium for communication will help students develop their interactive and cognitive abilities. The saying, “no matter how much we grow up, the child inside us never dies”, aptly fits Mr Basant Kumar Sahu. During...

Remoulding classrooms, Rebuilding Lives: Meet Priyanka Tripathi

To enhance the learning outcome among her pupils, Mrs. Priyanka conducts several scholastic activities. One of those is the repetition of phonic sounds to teach correct pronunciation in the classroom which primarily focuses on participation and involvement of every single student. Mrs. Priyanka Tripathi, employed as a teacher at Composite School Kesharipur, Varanasi, Uttar...

Diligence Overcomes Difficulties: Meet Venu Agrawal

Mrs. Venu believes that the best way of learning about anything is by doing. To elucidate the complex and elaborative phenomenon of sciences, she demonstrates numerous models that can be easily built with limited resources available at school. Mrs. Venu Agrawal upholds all the qualities of a good teacher. She is an effective communicator...

India ranks 6th most positive about teachers in 35-country survey

India was positively among the top 10 countries for various measures of teacher status. India ranked 4th most positive among 35 countries for the measure that determined the status of the teaching profession against other comparable professions. The country also secured 6th rank across 35 countries, which finds China, Ghana, Singapore, Canada and Malaysia...

A Beacon of Hope – Meet Preeti Trivedi

H. L. Mencken said once, “The best teacher is not the one who knows most but the one who is most capable of reducing knowledge to that simple compound of the obvious and wonderful.” Mrs. Preeti Trivedi, a visionary, is currently the principal at Composite school Mehmoorganj.  She implements her ideas through innovative manner...

He made primary school, a school in a real sense: Meet Kapil Malick

The school has all facilities like smart class, computer, mic, speaker, biometric fingerprint system etc. The entire school is equipped with CCTV and each class has speakers and information can be announced simultaneously as well as what will be spoken from the other side can also be heard in the principal room. It is...

Espousing Hope, Transforming Lives: Meet Sarita Rai

To increase awareness about government schools in her village, Sarita Rai organizes a rally where she distributes pamphlets and interacts with the parents convincing them about the significance of such schools and how at very low fees their child can get a good quality education. On December 1st, 1999, begins the journey of a...

Engaging Students amid Corona crisis: Meet Anita Vishwakarma

She creates different educational content, interviews, moral content etc and uploads it on her you tube channel. She never thought that she would become a Youtuber but during pandemic she has created her own YouTube channel and uploaded various educational videos. To quote William Arthur Ward, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains....

Success is the Biggest Reward – Story of Dwijendra Kumar

He renovated shattered school building, properly developed all classrooms with learning modules in it. “The best teacher is the one who teaches from heart not from book.” Today we are here with the story of one such teacher, Dwijendra Kumar, Head Master of Middle School Madhubani, Sitamarhi, Bihar. for whom teaching is not just...