Hope you’re well.
As we tackle the rains and nature’s pauses in our daily cycle, we find that education is again on the verge of changing its dynamics. From online schooling to extracurriculars to a balanced offline and online schooling, policies are constantly fitting themselves to the environments and the kids’ state of mind. Through this newsletter, we take you through how Rhapsody continues to change education with time and make it as valuable and fun as it can be!
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We are happy to announce that we have been shortlisted for the prestigious QS Reimagine Education global event in association with The Alfred West Jr. Learning Lab and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania!
Reimagine Education is a global conference and competition, open to educational innovators from all around the world. The conference brings together ed-tech startups, academic faculty from top institutions, Chief Innovation Officers, university leadership, teachers, and other stakeholders in the future of higher education teaching and learning (Source: Reimagine Education)
THE CARNATIC QUEST JUNIOR
The Rhapsody Music Foundation collaborated with HCL in 2020 and curated a talent search, The Carnatic Quest, which was a great success for young musicians.
Now, we are happy to announce that we have collaborated again with HCL to launch a prestigious contest “The Carnatic Quest Junior” for young children from ages 12 to 18.
We request you to encourage the young musical talents around you to participate and win an opportunity to perform on the HCL concert platform. The last date for submission is November 29th, 2021.
You can view contest details, register and upload their performance at the link below:https://www.thecocoon.app/carnatic-quest
Rhapsody was delighted to host ‘College Talk’ as part of our second edition of ‘Cocoon College’ where students of esteemed institutions were exposed to talks by top academicians in the world. Through a Curated Talk Series on Creative Intelligence from Distinguished Faculty from Reputed Institutions Around the World, this free series built an insightful bridge between academics and students from classes 8 to 12 and created a thriving space for knowledge and creativity.
Dr Rangarajan is a historian of modern and contemporary India, with a special interest in environmental history. He has a BA (Hons.) History from Hindu College University of Delhi. He was a Rhodes Scholar in 1986-89. His MA in Modern History was from Balliol College and his doctorate from Nuffield College, both at Oxford University.
Dr Rangarajan has taught at Delhi University and also served as Director of the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library and Visiting Faculty in the Mario Einaudi Centre for International Studies, Cornell University.
He has also been a visitor at National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bengaluru and at Jadavpur University. His first book was Fencing the Forest (Oxford University Press, 1996) and the most recent Nature and Nation (Permanent Black, 2015).
His edited works include The Oxford Anthology of Indian Wildlife (Oxford University Press, 1999) and Environmental Issues in India (Pearson, 2007). He has co-edited many works including most recently, At Nature’s Edge (Oxford University Press, 2018). He was co-editor of the first three volumes of the Selected works of C. Rajagopalachari published by Orient Black Swann.