Mira Savara has over 25 years of experience in research, writing, teaching and communications. She has conducted training programmes for corporate and educational institutions on health, gender, communications, team building, communications, etc.
Mira has written four books and over 25 research articles. Her ability to relate to people at all levels of management and NGOs has enabled her to coordinate large-scale social research for NGOs, foreign funding organisations and market research organisations.
Started in 1968 by graduates of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, the Front for Rapid Economic Advancement of India, or FREA, ran an ‘involvement programme’ which took over 350 students from different professional colleges all over India to more than 40 rural and urban projects across the country. Enquiring Minds explores different facets of this unique experiment 50 years after it began, through the memories of those who participated in it.
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