What's happening at Azim Premji Foundation

Highlights

  • Call for Applications | Early-Stage Civil Society Organisations (For Specified Regions)

    We invite grant applications from early-stage, not-for-profit organisations working in Arunachal PradeshAssamManipurMizoramNagalandJharkhandOdishaUttarakhan

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  • Certificate Course | Gender and Livelihoods: A Gender Transformative Approach

    Enabling practitioners to introspect on their work and integrate a gender transformative approach in their programmes.

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  • Learning Curve | Understanding NCF-FS

    Explore how National Curriculum Framework for Foundation Stage (NCF-FS) can transform the school experience for children in the age group of 3 to 8 years.

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  • Video | The Women Vaccine Warriors: COVID-19 Stories from Rajasthan

    This documentary photo story features the experiences of eleven women frontline heroes of Rajasthan, involved in the COVID-19 Vaccination Abhiyan of the state.

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  • Handbooks for Language and Mathematics Teaching in Primary Classrooms

    Practical guides for those working with children and/or teachers, especially on achievement of Foundational Literacy and Numeracy (FLN) competencies.

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  • Art and Culture

    Articulating the Foundation’s vision of a just, equitable, humane, and sustainable society in conversational ways through stories that enhance public understanding.

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  • At Right Angles | Latest Issue Out Now!

    Explore the Point of Mathematics and send in your feedback to AtRightAngles.​editor@​apu.​edu.​in

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  • Nakshatragalu EP02 | Stories of Exceptional Government School Teachers | Dundappa Kolkar, Surpur, Karnataka

    Umashankar Periodi takes us through the journey of Dundappa Kolkar (Teacher, Yadalbavi School, Surpur Taluq of Yadgir district, Karnataka). 

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  • Baal Mela at Dhorimanna, Rajasthan

    Baal Mela is a fair jointly organised by the schools, teachers, and members of the community with the objective of improving the teaching-learning process.

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  • Towards Freedom: Our Associate’s Journey

    Sariya Ali, Associate 2020–21, Barmer, writes about her year of immense learning, rising up to challenges, breaking down and then bouncing back.

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  • Tanmoy Samanta
    Associate Batch 2017

    Azim Premji Foundation motivates you to immerse yourself from your own experience to appreciate a continuous and experiential learning process. Since the beginning of my professional journey, I have been given challenging opportunities to work with teachers and develop understanding of education, school and society. Azim Premji Foundation work culture has also influenced my personal growth immensely and encouraged me to look deeper in every aspect of education to contribute constructively for its betterment.

  • Antara Panda
    Associate Batch 2018

    The Associate program has proved to be the best platform for me as an employee. The full one year journey has been a journey of learning. This program has played a very important part in development of my personal life as well, in addition to my career. Being a student of Science, developing my skills in basics of Language and Mathematics has been very interesting. The democratic setup of learning and performance has been a new experience for me.

  • Pritam Gupta
    Associate Batch 2015

    The foundation is not just a career option, it is one of the fewest organization which allows you to grow not only as a professional but also as an individual. The journey has been amazing, and I take pride to be associated with such a profession and able to contribute for such noble cause.  

  • Praveen Uniyal
    Associate Batch 2016

    Foundation gives ample opportunities to explore Education, primarily the public education system and its teachers, being utterly integral to the system. This happens through field experiences, internal capacity enhancement workshops and formal or informal discussions. The values, vision and work culture enable a conducive environment of learning to grow and evolve with optimism towards change while being critically reflective and thus contributing to teacher professional development.

  • Kalpana Bisht 
    Associate Batch 2018

    The year in the foundation has been a fertile ground to test what we have read and learnt as theory in our classrooms. It gives ample opportunities to explore, think and reflect on not only education but each and every aspect that we see in the society.

  • Alok Singh
    Associate Batch 2016

    The journey of the Associate program gave me a good exposure to the kind of efforts being made in different contexts for improving the quality of education in our country.