Dance as a career and how to go about it? Interview with Leena Ketkar

Tell us a bit about yourself  I am a trained Kathak Dancer and running my own institute for the past 15 years. An examiner at Gandharva Mahavidyalay for Kathak Dance Exams. I have judged various dance competitions at city levels and participated in many state and national level programs. When did you start learning dance? […]

Let’s work for change in Indian Education system #LearnNotEducate #BlogchatterProjects

“The goal of education is not to increase the amount of knowledge but to create the possibilities for a child to invent and discover, to create men who are capable of doing new things.” Jean Piaget   #LearnNotEducate was something that was born out of the general apathy towards education system that I saw and […]

Career in Cricket- An interview with former Indian cricketer #LearnNotEducate

Have you ever wondered if a career in cricket is a viable option? Cricket or any sports needs tremendous dedication and focus. It’s not something that happens by fluke. I caught up with Snehal Pradhan, a former Indian cricketer to understand what it means to have a career in Cricket. Tell us a bit about […]

An inspiring story of passion directing your choice of profession #LearnNotEducate

Vasudha’s inspiring journey from a clueless undergrad to a pediatric physiotherapist and counseling psychologist ‘Career counselling, Aptitude testing’ such words never existed in our world back in year 1984 when I finished with my HSC. Todays’ generation is lucky in a way that they get a chance to explore and identify their strengths, get guidance […]

Culinary Arts – A satisfying career option – Interview Shubha Shree Surendra #BlogChatterProjects

Everybody need not be an Engineer or a Doctor! The mindset that only mainstream careers mean something, is wrong. The whole month of December, I am looking at alternative careers that can be satisfying as well as rewarding. I caught up with a 21 year old student pursuing culinary arts. You might wonder what that […]

Are we raising a generation of escapists and cowards? My reason to start #LearnNotEducate

A bright student kills herself when court passes directive supporting National level entrance exams for medical Every hour one student commits suicide in India The most shocking was the Rayan International murder, where a XI standard student murdered a small child just to postpone his exam and parent teacher meet! What have we come to? […]

How to be a freelance dietitian and manage home and career #FreelancerFriday

Tell us a bit about yourself  I am a postgraduate and MPhil in Foods and Nutrition. I have also done some short courses on nutrition along with my internship. One short course which I really enjoyed doing was on ‘Food Management” which I did in Milwaukee, US. I did my internship at Mallya hospital Bangalore […]

#FreelancerFriday Being an author the self-published way- Interview with Preethi Venugopala

Today on Freelancer Friday we have with us, Preethi Venugopala who is an established author and talk with her about her journey from being a civil engineer to a self-published author. So, without further ado, lets dive in- Tell us a bit about yourself, your background? First of all, thank you, Neha, for having me […]

UBUNTU and the Patterns in Indian education system

Today I saw a Marathi movie – UBUNTU. While I had planned another post today for writetribe the urge to write about the movie was such that I canceled the scheduled post and started writing this one. The movie is about a topic that I am passionate about – Education. I believe everyone should get […]

Demystifying Thick Data

Follow my blog with Bloglovin What is Thick Data? Thick Data is a combination of qualitative and quantitative data that provides insights into the daily lives of consumers. How are brands perceived? Why are they liked or disliked? What does the product stand for? Questions like these are answered with Thick Data analysis. Thick Data […]