Greetings from Team Caring with Colour!

In May 2021, Caring with Colour completed 4 years in operation. Starting from a seed-central idea of improving the quality of education in government schools in 2017 to collaborating with 3000+ schools across 3 educational districts in Karnataka in 2021, our organization and our team has had a journey filled with spectacular milestones.

In our 4 year exciting journey lie stories of innovation, grassroot leadership, great successes that fill our hearts with joy, and fantastic failures worth celebrating. We have gained from the knowledge and support of all our stakeholders who believed in our vision of bringing experiential learning to every classroom in the country.

As we move into our fifth year of work with the government schooling system, we wish to share stories of the work we are doing and insights of our experiences in the field through our quarterly newsletter series Our Imprints.

In the first edition of Our Imprints, we give you a glimpse at our efforts of solving some of the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic in the government education system in India.

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Voices from the Field

Mr. Manjunath, Principal - District Institute for Education and Training (DIET), Tumakuru, has been instrumental in the inception of teacher professional development programs during COVID-19 school closures. Caring with Colour has partnered with DIET - Tumakuru in conducting these programs. In this interview, Mr. Manjunath talks about his experiences of pioneering the innovative teacher training programs and shares insights on the future plans for the post-pandemic reopening of schools.
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     Key Educational Initiatives During Covid-19 
In 2020-21, the learning processes came to a grinding halt due to COVID-19.
Caring with Colour came up with innovative content and program designs to help support two key stakeholders in the education system - Teachers and Students.

Learn more about our last years' programs below.


Interactive online teacher training for primary school teachers to enhance subject-matter expertise and pedagogical skills in experiential teaching.

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Project Based Learning Modules for continued experiential learning for students in Ramanagara, right at home during the Covid-19 school shutdown.

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District Education Transformation Program (DETP)

The government education system in India is very large with lakhs of stakeholders. Creating deep and sustainable improvements within such a system is a complex task. 
In this article, Dr. D R Prasanna Kumar outlines the complexities and challenges of initiating such improvements.
The District Education Transformation Program (DETP) is a key initiative of Caring with Colour in collaboration with the District Institute of Education & Training (DIET) in Tumakuru and Madhugiri districts to try and bring about deep and sustainable quality improvements in the education system.            
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   Moments of Pride and Celebration

It's Official!   
The curriculum approval authority
of the Government of Karnataka, Department of State Educational
Research and Training (DSERT) has approved CWCs experiential Lesson Plans.

600+ experiential lesson plans for Grades 4 to 7, in Science, Math &  English are now available on
DIKSHA (Digital Infrastructure for Knowledge Sharing) for teachers to access free of cost.

MoU Signed at Tumakuru

Caring with Colour has signed a Memorandum Of Understanding  with the Education Department at Tumakuru to run a 3-year
District Education Transformation Program (DETP) for teacher professional development and improvement of the quality of education at the district level.




 Teacher's Corner 
We are inspired by.......

Ms. Suma and Ms. Prabhavathi, two very dedicated teachers of Tumakuru district, were part of the Online Experiential Teacher Training Program at Tumakuru. They reached out to us saying they had been inspired by the dedication of Team CWC.

The two extraordinary women found that making multiple physical copies of the Project Based Learning modules for distribution to the children was a challenge. Determined not to let it deter them, they bought a printer by sharing the cost of the printer between them!

Since then, they have been making copies of all available resources to provide to the children, thus ensuring that young minds are engaged in learning through the pandemic.

  In this section, we will be addressing some common and not-so-common concepts that are often perplexing to all of us.     
Let's look at one of the most common errors we make while writing English.
‘Your’ is the possessive form of the pronoun 'you' and is usually followed by a noun. ‘You’re’ is the contraction of the words 'You' and 'are'. The apostrophe represents the missing letter 'a'.
Test yourself:
  1. a) You’re here! Welcome!
      b) Your here! Welcome!

We would love to here your thoughts on our journey and our stories. 
Please do write to us at

  +91-80 4565 6888
   #573, 17th Cross Rd, Binnamangala,
Hoysala Nagar, Indiranagar, Bengaluru,
Karnataka 560038

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