The course is aimed at making kids understand how the world is changing and reflect on the big questions of our society that lies beyond technology. Leading in the Future of Work: Skills and Careers for the New Economy Handling Digital Challenges: Personal Travails with Technology Co-creating Indic Futures: Young Leaders for India’s FutureApply now In short, they need to be future-ready. In.Vision is designed to equip participants with knowledge and skills to lead in the future
Research Scholar who works at the intersection of politics, technology and society. She is also Fellow, Vision India Foundation and Editor, The InTech Dispatch. She holds an MA in Politics and International Relations from JNU.
Policy consultant, editor of the InTech Dispatch. His work focuses on the intersection of emerging technologies, culture and public policy. Prior to this, he co-founded EduSeva Technologies. He regularly writes for The BBC, The New Indian Express, Huffington Post, DNA etc.
A learning platform to empower children for independent problem solving and analysing skills by reading and introspecting Ramayana, Gita and Buddha. The course brings out diverse personality traits, problems and situations. While the children are involved in objective analysis, they discover, understand, recognise and learn emotions, preferences, behaviours, propensities by empathising with the characters involved in the story.
Over 25 published books on subjects as diverse as sci-fi fantasy, popular science, maths, history, economics, life skills and philosophy, she is one of India’s best-known children’s authors. The Gita For Children, listed by Amazon among its list of ‘100 Indian Books ToRead In A Lifetime’.
Yashodeep is graduate in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Mumbai, and PGDBM from IIM Ahmedabad. He previously worked as a consultant with McKinsey & Co and then successfully launched his own company, Derrick Petroleum Services in the Global Oil and Gas industry. He has now devoted himself to the task of researching the original Valmiki Ramayan in Sanskrit and reconnecting today’s youth with the epic and created 21Notes Valmiki Ramayan.
An MBA graduate from Mumbai University, she leading a couple of educational institutions in Hyderabad. Toral strongly believes that children should enjoy learning and employs a variety of innovative teaching methods to make it fun for her students. Recognising that children need an open platform to voice their ideas and perspectives, she designed DRISHYA, a story-telling based skills building course for children.
The course introduces the students to the world of Indian Crafts and familiarise them with crafts of local regions. It will spread awareness about the dying culture of craft & preserve Indian heritage by demonstrating and teaching a number of crafts through artisans. In addition to this, students would also understand the latest trends towards a more conscious and rooted economy.
Shonan Sharma is a Young India Fellow, with a deep expertise and passion for Indian Heritage and a professional training in the Indian Classical Odissi Dance. Her immense enthusiasm for Indian Crafts stems from her childhood love for traditional crafts, textiles and weaves of India, which has led her to work as an Executive Assistant to the world renowned designer and scenographer Padma Bhushan Shri RajeevSethi.