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A New Age Child With Courage to Fly High: Meet Annu Gautam

Annu Gautam is an amazing student with dreams in her eyes who wants to fly high and encourages others to fly as well. Annu is an 8th class student who has won and participated in many district and block level competitions. She has won an all India online dance competition in the pandemic and...

Unfolding The Struggle: Meet Inspiring Headteacher Kalimul Haque

Dr. Kalimul Haque’s main motive in life is to educate underprivileged children. He said in order to be successful in our endeavours we must be honest and hardworking, no matter how much alluring the shorter routes might seem. Dr Kalimul Haque is the Headmaster of Nepali Para Hindi High School, Durgapur, West Bengal. He...

Dedicated For Toto Tribe: Meet Inspiring Teacher Misha Ghoshal

“If I look after these children, the Almighty will also look after my son”, She said. Today she lives on rent in both Toto Para and Madarihat. Misha Ghoshal, the Headmistress of the Dhanapati Toto Memorial High school at Alipurduar, North Bengal, followed her heart and did not give up on her dreams.  She...

Meet Tooba Asim: An Ultra-Tech Savvy Millennial Teacher

To connect her students with the cultural heritage, Mrs. Tooba has made a ‘Sair Sapata Wall’ where she has pasted pictures of all the ancient monuments and artifacts like Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Bronze figure of Natraja, colossal image of Buddha etc. that  displays the legacy of our nation. When one stops thinking technology...

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...
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