All of these viewpoints from Tech4Good are intended to give you access to a fresh framework that is ultimately unique to you. One thing that all concepts share in common is the capacity to work while considering impact as a long-term strategy.
Divanshu & Samyak are the co-founders of Involve, an education social enterprise working towards the vision of developing agency in school students. Visit the Markadhana cluster in the Chindwara district of Tribal Madhya Pradesh, and you will see something unusual. While schools have been closed on and off during Covid, one thing that has been…
September 5th pays tributes to the contributions of the teachers. It is the birth anniversary of renowned educator Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was a scholar, former President of India and above all a transformational teacher. He rose above celebrations of his own birthday to celebrate the teachers and gave credit to their efforts all over…
The event was attended by 200+ guests across the world. The speakers who came from multiple different fields spoke on themes they wanted to speak.
Insight – Where Ideas Fuel Changes is an event that the Millennium Fellowship (MThere) have undertaken in association with another UN incubated initiative – Girl Up (Khwaab), the Armchair Journal.
MentorMitr was started keeping the Indian students in mind. Over the course of time, as we started presenting our idea, principles, and methods to people on interactive platforms, we received an overwhelming international response
A story need not be great as long as it is consistent. Say Virat Kohli is a brand and his batting is his story. I daresay that his batting is not extraordinary.
Morally questioning and ethically speaking, it all boils down to how humans treat each other. We are no products, the prices of which a corporate marketplace model can justify
Big software and IT outsourcing companies in India and worldwide, who had earlier refrained from allowing work from home, have been forced to consider this as the only option.
Relief work is a lot more of an emotional cauldron, and being a social worker, it is very important to understand and channelize your own emotions while you go out to support families. It is also important for us to understand that we are not the centre of the work.
Employees who enjoy and like the environments they are a part of, will be more engaged, productive, happy, and healthy.
Let’s not forget how to be kind, compassionate, and considerate in the name of professionalism. Let’s stop behaving as per the human-made protocol that needs one to be ruthless and emotionless to sustain in the corporate world.