Tag: Education

“Without Education our Revolution will Lose its Way”: Kashmir’s Youth Recall Curfew Schools

 
/ May 1, 2017

Almost a year ago, the five-month-long Kashmir Unrest had forced schools to shut down due to the constant curfews and unrest, leaving school going children high and dry. Until Kashmir’s youth joined forces.

Under the Shade of Imlee Mahua: Students Embrace Alternate Education Model in Chhattisgarh

 
/ April 28, 2017

In a remote corner of Bastar, Chhattisgarh, the Imlee Mahua School is bringing alternative education to those who need the most.

IMPACT| School gets a handpump after 10 years in Ambatari, Jharkhand

 
/ December 2, 2015

Reshmi had made a video on the need of a hand-pump in Ambatari village school in Chatra, Jharkhand. The school has been running for more than 10 years and yet, no hand pump had been installed even in the vicinity. After the video was made, Reshmi made an application and...

Impact: 132 Students Receive Scholarships

 
/ July 9, 2015

9th July 2015 | Bhatwa, Maharajganj District, Uttar Pradesh | Sanjay Kumar Jaiswal Students at the Bhatwa Primary school were being cheated out of a government scholarship, which despite being paltry, was useful to buy uniforms, books and stationery. Community Correspondent Sanjay Kumar intervened with his camera and ensured that...

Video Gets HIV+ Boy Re-admitted to School |IMPACT

 
/ June 3, 2015

Sasvad village, Purandar block, Maharashtra | Rohini Pawar   Nearly 3 million people in India are living with HIV/AIDS of which 1,45,000 are children. Three decades of various intervention programmes, both government and non-government, have helped control the number of new infections but have done little to erase the stigma...

IU Impact: Teachers in Jharkhand Govt. School Get Paid After Four Years

 
/ December 11, 2012

On 31st May 2012 IndiaUnheard published a story about two teachers in rural Jharkhand who had not received their wages for over four years. The video was picked up by change.org, a campaigning website. A wildly successful petition followed—in 3 days over 4000 people had signed in support of the...