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What is TED?

TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. Since then its scope has become ever broader. TED is now an annual event that brings together the world’s leading thinkers and doers to share ideas that that matter in any discipline—technology, entertainment, design, science, humanities, business & development. On, the best talks and performances from TED and partners are available to the world for free.

What is TEDx?

TEDx was created in the spirit of TED’s mission, “ideas worth spreading.” The program is designed to give communities, organizations and individuals the opportunity to stimulate dialogue through TED-like experiences at the local level. At TEDx events, a screening of TED Talks videos—or a combination of live presenters and TED Talks videos –sparks deep conversation and connections. TEDx events are fully planned and coordinated, on a community-by-community basis.

What is TEDxKids@NMS?

Full of groundbreaking ideas and eye-opening speakers, the second edition of TEDxKids@NMS will be sure to broaden horizons, ignite thought, and spark conversations. With the sole aim of promulgating individualistic, captivating thoughts and stories, this platform brings with it an extraordinary theme:THE FUTURE YOU…. When we think about our life do we realise how many times a day we say the word “I” ? Do we realise that there is a world beyond us and our surroundings? Do we realise that every breath we take in, someone out there in the world is taking their last? We need to realise that every passing moment is precious,  every passing moment could have been lived differently. We need to start taking action and use our time to actually make a difference in the world. Gandhi once said,” You must  be the change you want to see in the world.” However making the world a better place to live in isn’t a task that can be accomplished in a day . Years of hard work and dedication is the key to achieve the world of our dreams where the environment is clean and fresh , malpractices don’t exist, corruption has stopped and there is acceptance for diversities.Our world consists of unmatchable beauty thus the only way to truly embrace it is by weaving the future well, by weaving the present step by step.


Neha Sahu- Co-founder, Just for Kicks and Director, Operations at Enabling Leaderships

Neha Sahu, having an extensive educational background, believes education is the most important tool to create change in the world. She has been involved in diverse development projects, including initiating HIV/AIDS prevention, care and social protection with PEPSICO in Mumbai, mental health research and educational outreach in New York public schools. She has also worked with the Scratch Programming at MIT Media Labs, and international Google Apps for Education Summits, fostered her interest in changing the way children learn and apply 21st century skills. She has further developed this interest by co-founding Just for kicks to inculcate life skills, using football. Having grown this project to a full-fledged organization over the past 6 years, she is now a director, operating at Enabling Leadership to take its unique programs to urban and rural landscapes. 

Aubrey Aloysius, President, LAMP Trust

He is an ex-International Banker, Marketing Professional, Entrepreneur, Educationist, Film Maker and Culture Enthusiast. He is also a dynamic visionary with a focus on planning and execution. He is  the Founder Trustee & President of LAMP Trust.

LAMP Trust aims to seed transformational thoughts and facilitate our nation’s children and youth and inspire them to dream, act and excel in every sphere of life, individually and collectively. This, we believe, will finally lead India to break the entrenched cycle of poverty & inequality, developing us into a strong economic super-power and leader-influencer in the comity of nations by 2047.

 The Nation Building Project “India Dreams 2047” aims to reach out to every Indian child, youth, and through them their families across India, and to the Indian Diaspora and persons of Indian origin across the globe, through ongoing waves of initiatives over several years. The project will cut through the urban-rural, socio-economic, geographic, cultural and other divides to unite the nation and its people. 

Mr. Wasim Akram: Deputy Director- Special Projects at Wildlife SOS. 

 A geologist who understands the anthropogenic influences on the environment and has an expertise in developing conservation conflict interventions, studying human wildlife interactions and wildlife crime control, he is a conservation innovator and the Deputy Director – Special Projects Division at Wildlife SOS. Wasim helped design and develop India’s First Elephant Hospital in Mathura, India’s first elephant ambulance, India’s first mobile surgical unit to mitigate human primate conflict, a pilot project to turn feral dogs into security dogs.  Former Bear Stud, Bookkeeper of India with specialised training in Animal Welfare and Conservation from the Battersea Academy, United Kingdom, Wasim primarily works with reptiles, antelopes, big cats, aves and primates. 

Kartik Bajoria

Kartik is a Writer, Columnist, Educator and Literary Moderator. Kartik’s passion for writing, has morphed into a diverse career that includes writing across various media. He has become a Regular Commentator & Contributor on Education and his articles are featured pan-India across a wide range of reputed publications such as The Hindu, Entrepreneur, Business World, The Indian Express, The Times Of India, TOI’s Newspaper In Education, YourStorand The Afternoon 

Kartik also draws on his wealth of professional and academic knowledge from having studied at some premier institutions the world over and from his decade-long experience across the Media Industry in Bombay. he was also the assistant director in the film Ghajini(2008). He possesses a keen knowledge of production, direction, casting, art direction as well as writing. 

Shantanu Duttagupta is currently the Publisher for Scholastic in India.

 He started his professional career in 2004 as a freelance copywriter for advertising agencies. He then moved on to writing for the Times of India as a rookie journalist. His interest in technology then took him to the International Data Group, publishers of magazines such as PCWorld and MACWorld where he worked as a correspondent covering technology related stories.

Since 2007, he has worked in children’s publishing. His love of reading landed him a job where he could truly express himself. He is extremely passionate about books and their power to change. He believes that every experience builds character and hopes that everybody finds a calling where they can express themselves creatively and passionately.

Saisha Saxena

A free spirited individual, Saisha strongly believes in equality of all kinds. She loves to read and write, and was the recipient of The Hindustan Times scholarship award for essay writing. Saisha strongly believes in the adage- everyone wants to make a difference, but nobody is willing to be different.

Our Team

Top Row: Lakshita Nathawat, Sunishka Sharma, Yashasvi Kothari, Sneha Tatiwala, Aaira Goswami, Sanya Karnani, Kanishka Godha.

Middle Row: Shreya Singhal, Janvi Gupta , Avika Gupta, Prianjali Hada, Kashvi Singhal, Sanmeet Kaur.

Bottom Row: Anuj Agarwal, Arnav Chaudhary, Manhan Shyamdasani.

                                                                                                    “The future you see is the future you get.”

With visions for the future, Neerja Modi School has come up with another enthusiastic group of organizers, who have used their innovative and experimental ideas to conjure a phenomenal TED event. Their bleeding visionary ideas with perseverance and hardwork for the past one month has culminated into the brilliant event you all will witness.

Our Sponsor

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