“As people become more confident learners, they can look at everything from a bigger perspective, even societal challenges.”

“प्रतिकूलता को अनुकूलता में बदलना एक अहम विद्या है।”

“As people become more confident learners, they can look at everything from a bigger perspective, even societal challenges.”

“प्रतिकूलता को अनुकूलता में बदलना एक अहम विद्या है।”

“As people become more confident learners, they can look at everything from a bigger perspective, even societal challenges.”

“प्रतिकूलता को अनुकूलता में बदलना एक अहम विद्या है।”

Life long learning

Learning sets people free – to do and be the best of themselves. If someone is open to learn something, there isn’t any limit to their growth. When an individual keeps learning, it changes almost everything! – she/he can take better decisions, can solve their own problem and appreciate others for their efforts. 

As people become more confident learners, they can look at everything from a bigger perspective, even societal challenges. They start to take responsibility and solve problems. And then they inspire and influence others to become learners too – just like a chain reaction!

As more and more people in a community become life-long learners, the community becomes more resilient. That is our ultimate aim. 

Our programmes are planned so everyone involved gets to learn. As we train volunteers, we learn and improve our content and knowledge. As volunteers work with students, they develop new skills. As students participate in our programmes, they gain exposure and ways of thinking. 

From the moment we plan a new programme, we’re thinking about learning objectives. We first define the proposed learning outcome from the programme, then the learning objectives for volunteers and students. And then we ensure that these learning objectives are woven through every part of the experience for volunteers and students.

Life long learning

Learning sets people free – to do and be the best of themselves. If someone is open to learn something, there isn’t any limit to their growth. When an individual keeps learning, it changes almost everything! – she/he can take better decisions, can solve their own problem and appreciate others for their efforts. 

As people become more confident learners, they can look at everything from a bigger perspective, even societal challenges. They start to take responsibility and solve problems. And then they inspire and influence others to become learners too – just like a chain reaction!

As more and more people in a community become life-long learners, the community becomes more resilient. That is our ultimate aim. 

Our programmes are planned so everyone involved gets to learn. As we train volunteers, we learn and improve our content and knowledge. As volunteers work with students, they develop new skills. As students participate in our programmes, they gain exposure and ways of thinking. 

From the moment we plan a new programme, we’re thinking about learning objectives. We first define the proposed learning outcome from the programme, then the learning objectives for volunteers and students. And then we ensure that these learning objectives are woven through every part of the experience for volunteers and students.

Life long learning

Learning sets people free – to do and be the best of themselves. If someone is open to learn something, there isn’t any limit to their growth. When an individual keeps learning, it changes almost everything! – she/he can take better decisions, can solve their own problem and appreciate others for their efforts. 

As people become more confident learners, they can look at everything from a bigger perspective, even societal challenges. They start to take responsibility and solve problems. And then they inspire and influence others to become learners too – just like a chain reaction!

As more and more people in a community become life-long learners, the community becomes more resilient. That is our ultimate aim. 

Our programmes are planned so everyone involved gets to learn. As we train volunteers, we learn and improve our content and knowledge. As volunteers work with students, they develop new skills. As students participate in our programmes, they gain exposure and ways of thinking. 

From the moment we plan a new programme, we’re thinking about learning objectives. We first define the proposed learning outcome from the programme, then the learning objectives for volunteers and students. And then we ensure that these learning objectives are woven through every part of the experience for volunteers and students.

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Udaipur, formerly the capital of the Mewar Kingdom, is a city in the western Indian state of Rajasthan. Founded by Maharana Udai Singh II in 1559, it’s set around a series of artificial lakes and is known for its lavish royal residences. City Palace, overlooking Lake Pichola, is a monumental complex of 11 palaces, courtyards and gardens, famed for its intricate peacock mosaics.