The term ‘education’ is as hard to pin down as it is ubiquitous, so it feels a remarkable achievement that the programme has been able to find its feet so quickly, graduate masters and doctoral students, and along the way train thousands of teachers across the country. ET@10, presented as a journey of discovery, is an insightful and enjoyable account of how this was accomplished. More broadly, certain questions have always been important to the enterprise of institution building: How is an individual’s development ensured while working towards a collective goal? What makes for an atmosphere that is conducive to learning and living well? How is a vibrant community to be built and sustained, especially during times when the very idea of community seems like a distant dream?
There is no single way of course, but ET@10’s immersive account of the first decade of the Educational Technology programme provides one set of compelling andrichly detailed answers to these questions.
Praise by Srinath Perur, Author of ‘If It’s Monday It Must Be Madurai’