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Urmi Chakravorty

Urmi Chakravorty

Bengaluru, India

HundrED lähettiläs

Prof Urmi Chakravorty, A Vidharbha Bhushan Awardee, Educationalist, Creative social activist. she is a soft skills trainer from past 7 years helping engineering and MBA students hone their essential skills and train them for their Campus recruitment training. Recently represented her country at the Asian Leadership summit as a guest speaker in Singapore, She also presented at Edmodocon 2018 in San francisco USA. She is also involved in conducting personality development workshops leveraging various creative activities. She has completed her BA English Honors from Pune University and Masters from Nagpur University specializing in Mass Communications. She is also a regular in the Education columns on the local print media. Her work has been covered by multiple renowned digital and online print media portals globally. She attended the Women Economic forum recently as the keynote speaker. She was also the Guest Speaker at AISEC’s Coca Cola Youth Speak forum & Climbers Lit Up fest recently. She was the Guest-of-Honour at the Indian International Model United Nations (IIMUN) held in Pune. Along with numerous activities undertaken by her professionally and socially she, also volunteers as a counselor for multiple NGO’s working with kids with disabilities, kids and women and girls rescued from unsafe environments, and also is the founder of Nagpur Circle of Moms, Social group working for the upliftment of house helps and women belonging to the lower sections helping them find their inner creativity and becoming independent. You will always find her ready to help anyone in need irrespective of whom or where they come from. She is also a stage artist. She acts in multiple stage plays English, Hindi & Bengali and has received many accolades for the same. A women of many talents, she is also a loving mother and wife.

About me

Teacher & speaker by profession, creative Social activist by passion, Theatre artist by choice and a Woman by all hearts. 


Why do you want to be a part of the HundrED Community?

I certainly feel the world needs kindness, and what better a world can be without a Guru, being a part of the change and a teacher mentor, if i can make any change in a few lives nothing satisfies me more. i strongly feel HundrED community is doing a fantastic movement via the education change and i want to contribute in my part of the change.

How can education support students to flourish?

Letting them express, share, fail and grow again. learning and experiencing itself shall do it all. 

What role does innovation play in education change?

Every single thing in education is lined and shaped via innovation. according to me teaching to the whole child as a part of innovation and ideas can bring in a lot of change.

Three HundrED innovations you love. (and Why?)

very tough to select just three but the best of all i love are :


1. Children on the Edge - Standing in the gap for Rohingya children

Because, They supported local people in the makeshift Kutupalong camp to develop an innovative model to provide education for their children, through a low-profile approach. The solution took the form of 45 small classrooms, dispersed throughout the camp, with basic learning materials. with Basics like this it is really tough to grow the innovation and pursue the dream.


2. Project DEFY: Design Education for Yourself 

Because, Teaching with simple techniques via collaborative learning and economical strategies. the entire idea of leading the educational change with the minimum they have is a huge thing in our country and they have proved that education needs no classrooms always its the idea of learning with zest and zeal.

3. Betty for schools provides free PSHE Association accredited resources that teachers can use to educate their pupils aged 8-12 about periods.

Because, they have worked with young people and education experts to develop curriculum-linked lessons for 8-12 year olds that encourage open, respectful and honest conversations about periods and the way they affect girls. which is still considered to be one of the biggest tabboo in our generation. educating about the natural phenomena is absolutely need of the hour,