We are proud of Akanksha's girls for pursuing their passion and dreams. Read below about students who are excelling in sports and leadership and breaking glass-ceilings along the way. ... See MoreSee Less
In the past year our girl students kicked up a storm in the field of football, breaking boundaries and stereotypes of every kind.
A few months ago our Mahalaxmi Girls won 2nd place in the Murli Deor...
Stories of Akanksha alumni continue to inspire us! Namrata Khanvilkar, a university student at St. Olaf College in Minnesota, recently connected back with students from her alma mater, sharing application and interview advice for 10th-grade students applying for junior colleges. #akankshaalumni #globaleducation ... See MoreSee Less
Namrata Khanvilkar our alumni from Akanksha's AVB School is now studying at University of Olaf, Minessotta, in the United States. She went there on full scholarship and is pursuing a liberal arts prog...
"While joint efforts will increase available resources, different stakeholders might have different goals in mind. For partnerships to bear fruit, organizations must have the same objective. In the case of PPP (Public-Private Partnerships) collaboration above, the organizations’ interests converged around state objectives pertaining to learning outcomes in public schools. While working together to maximize impact."
Wonderful article highlighting the need for partnership and collaboration across industries to create change in India's education system. The article also highlights a key aspect of Akanksha's model, the public private partnership model.