Case Study-10

Some rest on their laurels while some others use these as stepping stones for even bigger heights. The Nedumangad block panchayat in Thiruvananthapuram district is doing the latter. Some of the initiatives that fetched the block panchayats all the awards include a bio-village for organic farming, where training in farming Read More …

Case Study-9

In a world in which over 770 million people still lack basic reading and writing skills, Cuba is one of the few countries in the world with a literacy rate of 100 percent. A good to know more about “Cuban Literacy Campaign – Wikipedia” https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_Literacy_Campaign

Case Study-8

While there are many things that we should be doing to save our planet (like planting trees, recycling, using public transport to cause less pollution etc) not many of us are ready to take an initiative. However, one man in Telangana didn’t wait for others to do something and has Read More …

Case Study-7

Environment With more and more people realising the importance of using more eco-friendly products, great plastic alternatives are emerging in the market. One such alternative for plastic is bamboo. And one fantastic example of using bamboo by an organisation called Zogam Bamboo at Churachandpur, Manipur and apart from being safe Read More …

Case Study-6

Environment In a unique move, Rajaji Tiger Reserve has set up a gym for elephants in Chilla range of the forest, to help captive pachyderms, de-stress. The captive elephants are used for patrolling and monitoring the reserve. Forest officials have arranged for balls and pipes for the elephants to play Read More …

Case Study-5

The economy of the Maldives, located to the southwest of India in the Indian Ocean, is almost entirely driven by tourism, which makes up 70 per cent of its GDP.

Case Study-4

For every drop of water you waste, you must know that somewhere on earth someone is desperately looking for a drop of water! Mehmet Murat ildan Water is a common heritage, the value of which must be recognized by all. Everyone has the duty to use water carefully and economically. Read More …

Case Study-3

Environment “Panch rupaiye mein dharti bachao (Save the earth with Rs 5)”, has helped them reduce the use of plastic bags in town by half in a year. IN PUNJAB’S Muktsar, the people’s fight against plastic is all about a number.

Case Study-2

Social Sector-Education/Women_Empowerment In the state of Kerala, the distance between the school and the home is not much. There is a good government bus service that helps teachers reach schools in rural areas and over sixty per cent of the teachers are women. These factors have helped children from poorer Read More …

Case Study-1

India’s Anil Chaudhary, an umpire in ICC’s international panel, is now a hero in his ancestral village in Uttar Pradesh after he managed to resolve the longstanding problem of communication amidst the coronavirus pandemic. For umpire Chaudhary, the gratitude and blessings are more than enough. Source Link-https://indianexpress.com/article/sports/cricket/india-umpire-anil-chaudhary-a-hero-in-his-village-6505670/