Aripana Diaries

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Aripana Education Fellowship 2021-23

The Aripana Foundation invites applications for the  Aripana Education Fellowship 2021-23. For information in Hindi, click here.

Are you looking for meaningful learning opportunities in the area of school education and making an impact in the lives of children studying in some of the most under resourced schools in the country.

If yes, click here to apply.

The Aripana Education Fellowship will offer opportunity to work directly with government schools along with coaching/ mentoring to enhance personal effectiveness, leadership qualities, communication skills and a monthly stipend of Rupees 5,000/- .

Eligibility criteria:

Fresh Graduates/Post-graduates/Diploma holders (B.Ed/D. Ed; UG/PG in Arts, Science, Humanities, ITI and similar programs) based in Darbhanga or neighboring districts and willing to work full-time.

Note: Students currently pursuing any of the above programs may also apply as part-time Interns

Other highlights of Aripana Education Fellowship:

  • Access to some of the best literature on education along with fixed and periodic readings and discussions on educational themes 
  • Trainings and visits to other reputed educational institutions / organizations.
  • Guidance/Coaching on ‘Early Stage Professional Opportunities in the Education Sector’ after 1-year.
  • Experience certificate on successful completion of fellowship.

Click on the below button to apply. Last date to apply: 31st March 2021

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Helping build input tools in Maithili

Aripana Foundation is proud to join hands with Google, AI4Bharat (an IIT Madras backed voluntary community of Artificial Intelligence experts) and Pratham Books’ StoryWeaver in building open-source input tools in underserved languages of India, in order to accelerate publishing of openly licensed content in the same.

We collaborated with the above passionate community of changemakers to help build and improve input tools in Maithili.

Along with increasing the ease in sending and receiving messages in Maithili, we are delighted that this will facilitate open source creation and publishing of content in the Maithili language on the world wide web – just like the English-Maithili bilingual books created by Aripana Foundation under Project Lemonchoos.