Empowering Girls Everywhere!

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130 million girls between the age of 6 and 17 are out of school and 15 million girls of primary-school age…. will never enter a classroom. – UNESCO 2016. A multitude of reasons restrict girls from accessing education. Many at times it costs too much for families to send their girls to school, this is especially […]

Student Connect with ‘KalamSAT’

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On the 26th of September 2018, Muktangan students received an exclusive invitation to the launch event for a book titled; From Gulab Jamun to the Stars. The book, a descriptive essay and an ‘unofficial public outreach project’ documented the journey of the the world’s smallest and lightest satellite, KalamSAT, from a humble dining room table in […]

Developing Future Educators

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With all its seven schools now having completed grade 10, the Muktangan model has proved, that a successful integration of teacher and school education, based in an active – constructive philosophy is not just possible but can thrive within mainstream schooling. The model’s success over the years, primarily based on action research, has led to […]

From the Classroom to the Kuiper Belt

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The New Horizons spacecraft was launched on 19th January 2018 as part of the National Aeronautical and Space Administration‘s (NASA), New Frontiers programme; A series of space exploration programmes aimed at studying bodies in our Solar System. Under the direction of S. Alan Stern the New Horizons Mission was undertaken with a single, primary purpose; […]

Commemorating another Successful Academic Year!

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An Annual Celebration is an integral component of the school year, where students and teachers are given the opportunity to showcase their curricular and co-curricular achievements. At Muktangan however, Annual Celebrations have a deeper connotation and are a salute to the various aspects of the entire programme. Community Engagement Since its inception, the local community […]

Bringing Writing to Life

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Class Act, a 26 year old innovative education project, initiated to develop young talent in theatre writing. The projects origins lie with the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh; a non-profit institution, originally formed in 1963 by a group of passionate theatre enthusiasts and has, since its inception, acted as the launching board for the careers of the […]

Engaging Mathematics

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Muktangan’s Head of Department for Mathematics, Ms. Namita Tewari was recently invited to speak at two major advocacy forums… The Centre for Budget and Policy Studies (CBPS); a research based organization focused on studying the formulation of public policy and its grassroot implementation. The non-profit’s area of expertise covers analysis of budgets, governance and accountability […]

Celebrating 15 Years for Redefining Education

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From the First Batch of Muktangan Alumni; Bhuneshwar Gupta & Pooja Chaurasia make us proud by recently completing the Chartered Accountancy (CA) Integrated Professional Competency Course (IPCC) – Grade 1 examination. On the 21st of March 2018, Muktangan as an initiative, celebrated 15 years of bringing quality education to the underserved communities of G-South Mumbai. The […]