In June 2018, NIMHANS, which has 5.5 lakh people from around the country seeking help at its doors annually, formally launched a digital academy that will impart virtual training to doctors around the country to address and treat common mental health disorders.
In fourteen years, this Bengaluru-based NGO has transformed the lives of children from underprivileged sections learning in government schools, to help them pursue a better life with better education and jobs.
Three years ago when Sampath Ramanujam, Founder of Anvaya Foundation travelled to Kaiwara, along with his family, he met two girls who were playing happily with a fully damaged cycle with no bell, no brake
Vikhyath Mondreti, a class 10 student from Greenwood High International School Bangalore, was part of the winning team in an innovation challenge conducted by the New York Academy of Sciences as part of their Junior
Right to education act has many loopholes – exemption given to minority institutions is a major one. Many schools save themselves under the protection of minority status even in the absence of certificates.