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Dipak Tatpuje
Vidya Deep Foundation
F-6, Yashashri, 80-A, Yadogopal Peth,Maharastra Satara India 415002

Vidya Deep Foundation’s expertise is in ICT in Education, Experimental Learning, Interactive CAI Package Design, Educational Technology. Professor Dipak Tatpuje can be contacted for more information. The other contact numbers and email being 09422038403, 09890960816, 02162 31717;

Kyrshanbor Rynjah
Ed-Care Society
3rd Mile Uppershillong, Umlyngka Mawria, P.O:KyntonMeghalaya Shillong India 793005

Kyrshanbor Rynjah is involved with the educating the people around of Meghalaya, especially the downtrodden sections.

Ralph McKay
Student Virtual Parliament
www.studentparliament.netNSW Sydney Australia 2007

Student Virtual Parliament is an is an international initiative. The idea is to motivate students to think about issues and take an interest in the democratic process. Students experience and become part of democracy daily. It's an opportunity for students to create both a strong community and national voice which will be heard by our elected officials. Many schools in Australia and New Zealand are already participating. Students are enjoying the experience of setting the agenda, debating and voting with other students across the country on any issue at any time. It produces a concise collective expression of student opinion on the issues of the day. The student voice in each school, electorate and for the whole country can be seen at a glance.

R. Suneel Kumar
Jana Chaitanya Nilayam, Andhra Pradesh Tanguturu India 523274

SARDS has been implementing child education and protection initiatives with the objective of mainstreaming all the out of school children into the formal education system, providing qualitative education to all the school going children, improving the infrastructure facilities, increasing the participation of children and communities in education and protection issues. SARDS established residential and non-residential bridge course centers to retain the drop out children in to the education mainstream. SARDS would like to share and disseminate the strategies for improving the quality of education and also protecting child rights.

School of Sannthi
96, Appan Nagar, VazhuthaicaudKerala Trivandrum India 695014

Santhi Prasad is interested in finding out the innate skills of children through observation and support them to grow fearless and allow them to enjoy their freedom.

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