What’s your problem bhaiyya??

Its assessment time in schools and the kids have their final exam on. I am supposed to be administering to them a whole host of assessments so as to be able to check their actual level of growth throughout the year. One of these assessments involve checking a kid’s reading fluency. So, while taking RF…

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The moments that matter

Teaching is a very lonely profession and the more you get immersed into it, the more you start getting cut off from the outer world. I guess that’s the case with the starting phase of any profession, the more you work hard in the initial stage, the more isolated you tend to get. This in…

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A Simple yet Puzzling Question

I decided to join Teach for India after been moved by seeing a small kid stealing in the railway station. The image of his mature yet childish face along with an attached question “Why has the society failed this kid” is still clearly etched in my memory and keeps me awake so many a times…

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AN APPEAL TO THE BUDDING ENTREPRENEURS

An Introduction: My first guest post is finally here and i am really excited to be introducing Pankaj Kumar Jain, a budding entrepreneur and a really close friend. He is one of those few people that i have met who are really passionate about what they do and he can create wonders out of stuff…

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Ajay Kumar : The Cinderella boy

Ajay Kumar is one of the brightest kids of my class, a kid i am so proud to be teaching, a kid who doesn’t need to be told to study or sit quietly when bhaiyya is teaching. Basically, he is a perfect student, the type who are every teacher’s fantasy. If you were a teacher…

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The First Activity

Hello all, The first of anything is always special then be it your first day of school, your first crush, your first big achievement, your first love and all sorts of things. TFI finally began and with the high level of expectation that all institute 2 fellows were harbouring(based on our interactions wid past and…

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