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A teacher's innovative strategies for a gender equitable society

Knowing the problems that came with educating a girl, Gulati devised ways for to generate interest among girls to continue studying

Winner all the way Manu Gulati (fifth from the left) with her Martha Farrell Award
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Winner all the way Manu Gulati (fifth from the left) with her Martha Farrell Award

Sneha Bhattacharjee
This year’s Martha Farrell Award for the most promising individual has been won by a teacher who’s at the forefront of devising innovative pedagogic support for increasing girl child education, writes Sneha Bhattacharjee

Being a teacher for 15 years, Manu Gulati was always determined to bring a change in the lives of her students, especially girl students. Knowing the problems that came with educating a girl, Gulati devised innovative strategies for teachers so they could generate interest among girls to continue studies. Today, her efforts at creating a gender-neutral society by coaching boys and girls in Delhi schools have fetched her

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First Published: Mar 30 2019 | 7:38 PM IST

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