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posted Dec 26, 2018 by Gowri Vimalan

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Please note this announcement. Mr. Anantha Narayana Yalaburga who was formerly in our employment as Channel Manager for North Karnataka region is no longer associated with the organization. He does not handle any of our products or offerings and does not represent our interests in any region. Anybody dealing with Mr Yelaburga will be doing so at your own risk. Please do your own assessment and do NOT give money to any one who claims they are representing ISPARK INNOVATIONS. If you come across such a situation please call us directly at ISPARK on phone 080 4093 6921 or email: We have not authorized any party to collect money on bahalf of us.

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              SHOWING THE WAY: Mallesh D Harivan gives his students a lesson in plant life during a class in Gadag recently

Photo Source: Times Of India



When Mallesh D Harivan, a teacher, joined the Government Lower Primary School in Adavisomapur, a remote tribal hamlet in Gadag, in 2003, there were only 68 students on the rolls. The school — a Class 1 to Class 5 institution — consisted of just two classrooms and Harivan was determined to increase the number of students on roll as well as to improve the facilities in the school.

Harivan had spent five years teaching in Savanur before moving to Adavisomapur and that experience came in handy. Now, the school has 103 students on its rolls and Harivan had added three more classrooms. The government has recognized his efforts and will confer the best teacher award on him at a ceremony in Bengaluru on Wednesday.

“In this tanda (hamlet), parents of students migrate to other places in search of jobs,” Harivan, 49, told TOI. “Their children would accompany them. With the help of other teachers, I began visiting each house in the tanda to persuade parents to send their wards to school. The response was slow, but steady.”

With the numbers increasing, Harivan decided to expand. He collected Rs 3.5 lakh in donations from friends and acquaintances and built three classrooms. To promote extra-curricular activity, he started a ‘no-bag day’ on every Saturday. Every two weeks, students are taken to the library to encourage them to read.

“Now that I’m in-charge of this school, I will also teach Kannada in very unique way,” Harivan said.

Shankar Hugar, senior lecturer, District Institute of Education and Training, Gadag, said, “Thanks to Harivan’s hard work, many dropouts have re-joined school. Together with government funds, he also collected donations people around to help poor students get notebooks and shoes. He has brought innovative teaching methods to this small school.”

He pays for classroom activities

For the past 13 years, CS Sathish, a teacher at Government Lower Primary School, Mullur, Kodagu, sets aside a portion of his salary every month for what he calls “classroom activities”. He believes his students will learn what they are taught far more quickly through this initiative. He has created a number of science modules on solar energy for example. Recipient of the district-level best teacher award last year, Satish’s teaching career began in Bagalkot. “I teach all subjects,” he said. “Every month, I save some money for classroom activities. I believe in using creative modules to help students learn whatever I teach quickly.”

Awards for teachers

The state government will present 20 primary school, 10 high school and a special high school teacher with Best Teacher awards for the year 2018-19 during Teachers’ Day celebrations at the Banquet Hall, Vidhana Soudha in Bengaluru on Wednesday. Chief minister HD Kumaraswamy will present the awards.

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Criticizing ragging in all its forms, Union Human Resource Development Minister, Prakash Javadekar said that it is important to eliminate ragging from campuses. To support the same cause, an anti-ragging app has been launched by University Grants Commission (UGC) which will help students and make it easier for them to register their complaints against ragging. Talking about the same Prakash Javadekar said "physical and mental torture of a new student won't be tolerated by the government and the new app will work as a handy tool for any student who goes through such experience".

He also promised that immediate action will be taken by the government on any complaint received through the app.
 "It is a good step for protection and will give a feeling of security to students," he said. He also cautioned the students who indulge themselves in ragging and said that if found they will not be allowed to continue their education any further in the institution.

"At the same time they will meet severe penalty and punishment as per the law," he said.
At the same time he hoped that seniors will help their juniors and act as responsible mentors for them and guide them in the right direction.


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ISPARK INNOVATIONS, the Bengaluru company that pioneered the 'Talking Books' solution ( is back to bring to your school and home a range of new learning solutions. For our new and comprehensive solution portfolio for 2018-19, please go over the attached information. A brief description of all our product lines are given below:



ISPARK Talking Books solution:



Talking Books - audio enabled book set with Reader / Charging cable and Stand

Life Size Magnetic Tiles


English Learning, word-building magnetic tiles with foldable magnetic board


i30 JEE / CET Program:


i30 JEE / CET Programs - JEE / CET Preparation material for 2019 / 2020 - online content with /whithout Tablet

i-STEM Program (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) via Robotics lab 


 I STEM - Robotics Lab Program for School students - for Classes 3 - 10 / with Campus based Instructor 


Education Funding: Loans for Parents and Schools 


FUNDING - Loans for Parents to make School fee convenient EMI based payments / for Schools to fund infrastructure investment including building expansion.


ISPARK will continue to bring disruptive, transformative learning solutions to the education space. Visit us at for all updates and our community pages. We look forward to be of service to you!


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