Teachers For Teachers : Eva Khattri Pant

When you start teaching, you have lots of seasoned teachers snowing you under sermons, anecdotes, warnings, and sometimes useful (yet unwarranted) advice. But nobody tells you to 'just be you' - to discover yourself, to enjoy your students because your time with them is limited (one rushy academic year), to cherish the timeless bond you're … Continue reading Teachers For Teachers : Eva Khattri Pant

Of Lockdown and Comfort Food

What has this (ongoing) lockdown given me? Pretty conventional but I'll count in ample mental space to relax, read and WRITE (no procrastination anymore!). What trumps all of these is the time and inclination to 'enhance' the cook inside me. I won't say 'discover' as I did that when helping around in the kitchen (once … Continue reading Of Lockdown and Comfort Food

Teachers For Teachers : Arooshi Thakur

Arooshi and I were coursemates. If you have been lucky enough to meet/interact with her, you'll understand what happens when you attach positive adjectives like dignified, patient, intelligent, warm hearted and level-headed to a pretty woman. Imagine the scenario when that lady decides on teaching as her profession! She was the voice of reason and … Continue reading Teachers For Teachers : Arooshi Thakur