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Eyeway Conversations with Praveen Kumar G

In this episode of Eyeway Conversations, George Abraham speaks with Praveen Kumar G, a development professional with over two decades of expertise in project management, monitoring and evaluation, organisation development, diversity, equity and inclusion. 

Born with Retinitis Pigmentosa, Praveen has not let his blindness become an impediment to achieving his goals. His passion for travelling, experiencing diverse cultures, meeting people, and visiting historical places has taken him across 22 states and 150 cities and towns for work and pleasure in India.

Eyeway Conversations with John Samuel

In this episode of Eyeway Conversations, George Abraham speaks with John Samuel, a person of Indian origin born and raised in North Carolina in the United States. He is an award-winning entrepreneur and a writer. 

John first learnt of Retinitis Pigmentosa when he was in college. The news of degenerative eye disease was devastating to him, which would take him more than fifteen years to accept and be open about.

The basics of Investing

By Kethosinuo Tepa

If you wish to start investing, it is essential to possess a fair understanding of the basics of finance and investment. The field of investing is large, and there’s an infinite amount of information you can learn about investment from the internet. So while we cannot learn everything there is to know in one day, here’s a quick overview explained in simple words that you may wish to consider before starting your investment journey.

Eyeway Conversations with Amar Jain

In this episode of Eyeway Conversations, George Abraham speaks with Amar Jain, a visually impaired corporate lawyer and a Co-Founder of Mission Accessibility Campaign. 

Amar who hails from Jodhpur, Rajasthan was enrolled in a Hindi medium Blind School at an early age. Despite coming from a conservative society, Amar’s parents were supportive and encouraged him to carve a path for himself that was unconventional. 

PoSH at the workplace

 By Kethosinuo Tepa

Sexual harassment in the workplace is considered a violation of women's right to equality, life, and liberty. It creates an insecure and hostile work environment, which discourages women's participation in work, thereby adversely affecting their social and economic empowerment and the goal of inclusive growth. With this view, the  Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, also known as the PoSH Act was passed in 2013. The PoSH Act has been implemented to prevent and protect women from sexual harassment at the workplace and thereby ensure a safe working environment for women.

Eyeway Conversations with Aarush Bhat

In this episode of Eyeway Conversations, George Abraham speaks with a young, visually impaired tech geek, Aarush Bhat who believes in the power of technology for an inclusive world.

Blessed with supportive parents, Aarush could pursue his interest in technology from a young age.  His first stint with coding started in class five when he was able to make his own website. Ever since there has been no looking back. He has independently written his examinations using computers, proving that blind students could achieve everything with the right tools and an inclusive environment.

Eyeway Conversations with Hannah Alice Simon

In the latest episode of Eyeway Conversations, George Abraham speaks with a multi-talented nineteen-year-old Hannah Alice Simon from Kochi, Kerala. Her name began to make the rounds after she topped the CBSE Class 12 exam 2022 with 496 marks in the specially-abled category.

Hannah’s journey from a blind girl to the topper of the CBSE came with a lot of challenges. But what remained constant in her life was the support of her parents who believed in her abilities and encouraged her to take life heads on.

Eyeway Conversations with Mahenoor Ali

In this episode of Eyeway Conversations, George Abraham speaks with Mahenoor Ali who is a Postgraduate in Mathematics from IIT Delhi and an aspiring civil servant.

Though Mahenoor was born blind, it did not stop her from pursuing her passion for Mathematics. She was supported and encouraged by her father who assisted her throughout her schooling years. She graduated from Miranda House and did her master's in Mathematics at the prestigious IIT Delhi.

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