A paper “Gaps in the Public Teacher Education System and Opportunities for Non-governmental Organisations” written by Hemangi Joshi (Director of Unnati ISEC) has been published in the Eighteen Essays on Secondary Education: A compendium of insights and ideas about the state of education in India published by the Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation. The paper is on pg 143 (Link Here).
The paper discusses the inadequacies in preparation of present TE in India, with specific focus on Maharashtra.
A paper “A case of Mother-tongue Based Multilingual Education” written by Hemangi Joshi (Director of Unnati ISEC) which is published in the Journal of Exclusion Studies (Link Here).
This working paper describes the efforts of making mother-tongue-based multilingual education possible at the ground level. It takes a position that in the Indian context, democracy can be considered ‘good’ if diverse ethnicities, multiple cultures and varied languages are included within the education system. The organisation in this paper demonstrates an example of such inclusion in primary grades of schooling. The suggestions are for policy makers and the implementers.
Unnati ISEC is featured in this paper, published in the Journal of Social Entrepreneurship written by Prajakta Khare and Kanchan Joshi – “Systems Approach to Map Determinants of a Social Enterprise's Impact: A Case from India” (Link Here).