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MHA announces procedure for opening & operating the designated “FCRA Account”; Relief for NGOs till 31st March 2021

NGOs may continue to receive ‘foreign contributions’ in their existing FCRA accounts till 31st March 2021 as per the Public Notice issued by the MHA, dated 13th October 2020. Public Notice by MHA: https://fcraonline.nic.in/home/PDF_Doc/fc_notice_13102020.pdf The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has issued a Public Notice, announcing the ‘Procedure for opening & operating the designated “FCRA […]

by Arthan Careers Jobseeker Resources

Go-to List of Social Impact Job Portals

As more and more people search for meaning in their careers, the social impact sector has found many takers. Given the various kinds of opportunities that exist within the social impact sector, having a list of sites to refer to that cover the range of opportunities present, can definitely help. Here, we list down sites […]

Building Civil Society Organisations of the Future Education Events

Testimonial: Learning, Living and Labouring – My Takeaways from Arthan’s Future of Education Track

By Chinmayi J, Azim Premji University Over the past few months, our worlds have changed substantially. Looking at the future, uncertainty looms large and there’s a new normal on the horizon. However, it is not for us to sit back and watch as the new normal falls into place but to shape it through deliberate […]

Building Civil Society Organisations of the Future Education Events

Testimonial: Education in a Pandemic world

By Indu N, Azim Premji University A reflective essay on the ‘Future of Education’ track by Arthan. Education has been facing major problems with the schools closing, the lockdown, having to switch to an online medium of instruction, confusions around what & how to teach and how to reach the various student populations across the […]

Building Civil Society Organisations of the Future Education Events

Testimonial: The Only Way Forward – Enabling Alignment of Head, Heart, Hand and Soul

By C Alagammai, BA Humanities 2019-22, Azim Premji University I attended the session ‘The Only Way Forward – Enabling the Alignment of Head, Heart, Hand and Soul‘ as a part of Arthan’s track on Future of Education. This session was enriching because it focused significantly on not only a child’s experience of education but also […]

Building Civil Society Organisations of the Future Education Events

Testimonial: In the company of those I want to grow up to be

By Manasi BarmechaDouble major in Biology and Education (B.Sc-B.Ed) | 3rd-year student at Azim Premji University I decided to use a regular Friday to attend Arthan’s conference on ‘Future of Education‘ and it has been a rewarding choice. The email I got with the details suggested a rather long day filled with adults, tough questions […]

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Rules of employment in the times of crisis

By Samheeta Rao, Satyam Vyas & Mridula Kashyap The coronavirus pandemic came without a warning and altered our world in many ways – from our social life (or the lack of it) to the ways in which we work. Social organisations, not untouched by the impact, made swift changes. Programs were halted or delayed, and […]

Events

How To: Make the most out of attending a Virtual Conference

By Rahul Balakrishnan Virtual conferences have been emerging in popularity for years now, but with the emergence of COVID-19, they have exploded as an industry necessity. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing:  You still get all the amazing information and insights from speakers You reduce the time and financial commitments required to attend these […]

Events

Managing Mental Wellbeing in the New Normal

By Mridula Kashyap If there was a word of the month, for April 2020, it probably would have been ‘unprecedented’ – we heard it everywhere! After all, we are living in unprecedented times. And for May 2020? Our guess – ‘new normal’. As we, in India, complete two months of staying, working, living, all at […]

Events

Roundtable: Mental Wellbeing in the New Normal: From teams to team managers

By Mridula Kashyap As we complete 2 months of staying at and working from home, there has been a considerable change in the way we look at the current situation and even the future. After the initial confusion, while most of us learnt to settle into new routines, the easing of the lockdown has stirred […]

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