Author Archives: Deepshikha Dash

About Deepshikha Dash

Unpredictable and erratic but beneath her madness lies logic. Having done her bachelors in Architecture and then masters in Industrial Design, this designer tries to apply her knowledge to new fields, swears by interdisciplinary miracles and is an avid reader of the book of 'life'. Beyond this, she also serves as the Program Officer for READ Alliance, a five year program focusing on promoting and facilitating Early Reading in India. If you want to catch her online tweet on @DashDeepshikha

Bengaluru Rockers

25th  April, 2014, Pixel A – Block: New territory! READ Alliance had never ventured into the silicon city before. The team had no idea how the workshop would shape up. By 10 am the exhibits were up, chairs arranged, Ideation … Continue reading

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The Seven Steps to Reading

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Mumbai Talkies

22nd April, 2014, Leela Business Park: This was READ’s second innings in Mumbai. The team had visited the city last year, in the month of December, to host its Early Reading consultation at Café Zoe. Close to 40 people had … Continue reading

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Delhi O Delhi – Read Alliance’s first Innovation Workshop

16th, April 2014, Vihara Campus: The Vihara Campus housing READ’s home office is usually a buzz with events and activities, just a month back it was the venue for READ’s own launch. However, today was special, today was a check … Continue reading

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Meet the READ Alliance Team!

They say variety is the spice of life. Team READ personifies the same! Belonging to different fields such as education, design, hospitality, biology and marketing, the group represents a unique collection of minds that are anything but similar! However, there … Continue reading

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