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December 19, 2022

International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2022: Celebrating Differences!

In November, BYJU’S collaborated with an NGO called The Sarvodya Collective, which promotes awareness regarding differently-abled learners. Together, we wanted...

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December 02, 2022

International Day of Persons with Disabilities: The Future of Learning is Inclusive

Ahead of International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2022, BYJU’S Social Initiatives organised a discussion around neurodiversity with an esteemed...

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November 16, 2022

Defying Perceptions and Barriers: In Conversation with Sangeeta Jain

In the recent “Common Ground with Shreya Jain” session, we caught up with Sangeeta Jain, Executive Director, SOREM School, Chandigarh,...

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October 19, 2022
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Understanding the Role of a Community in Neurodiverse Learning with Preetha & Vineet Nair

Every child is different and has a unique way of learning. While some children (neurotypical) may be able to pick...

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September 20, 2022

A vocal advocate for neurodiversity, how Shreya Jain is helping build inclusive education with BYJU’S

Shreya Jain’s story of working in the field of neurodiversity and enabling students with special needs to have equal access...

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August 30, 2022

Understanding Neurodiversity at the Workplace: In Conversation with Roshni Kavina

Everyone has a different outlook towards life, one that they might perceive with a version of their own. However, a...

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July 08, 2022

Made Equal: A Session About Neurodiversity and Inclusion for BYJUites

“Diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being invited to dance.” When you think of the word “diversity”,...

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April 29, 2022
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A Hope to Create Unity in Neurodiversity: Akhil Lad on Living with Autism

Imagine you see a huge brown patch on a bright white wall. To some of us, that’s a stain, to...

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2022: Celebrating Differences!

In November, BYJU’S collaborated with an NGO called The Sarvodya Collective, which promotes awareness regarding differently-abled learners. Together, we wanted...

Continue Reading

International Day of Persons with Disabilities: The Future of Learning is Inclusive

Ahead of International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2022, BYJU’S Social Initiatives organised a discussion around neurodiversity with an esteemed...

Continue Reading

Defying Perceptions and Barriers: In Conversation with Sangeeta Jain

In the recent “Common Ground with Shreya Jain” session, we caught up with Sangeeta Jain, Executive Director, SOREM School, Chandigarh,...

Continue Reading

Understanding the Role of a Community in Neurodiverse Learning with Preetha & Vineet Nair

Every child is different and has a unique way of learning. While some children (neurotypical) may be able to pick...

Continue Reading

A vocal advocate for neurodiversity, how Shreya Jain is helping build inclusive education with BYJU’S

Shreya Jain’s story of working in the field of neurodiversity and enabling students with special needs to have equal access...

Continue Reading

Understanding Neurodiversity at the Workplace: In Conversation with Roshni Kavina

Everyone has a different outlook towards life, one that they might perceive with a version of their own. However, a...

Continue Reading

Made Equal: A Session About Neurodiversity and Inclusion for BYJUites

“Diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being invited to dance.” When you think of the word “diversity”,...

Continue Reading

A Hope to Create Unity in Neurodiversity: Akhil Lad on Living with Autism

Imagine you see a huge brown patch on a bright white wall. To some of us, that’s a stain, to...

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