focus: where every child creates
about: schools have become giant systems of imitation where marks are considered as the only measure of students capabilities. children are not expected to produce original work, not taught employable skills or urged to think about problems and solutions that are relevant to their area of habitat. in a place where there is a lack of job opportunities, they are not taught to explore new ideas and sustain themselves through innovation and entrepreneurship. of the 300 million that entered the workforce since 1991, we could employ only 140 million. Global Strategic Foresight Community (GFSC) predicts many of the current jobs would become irrelevant. we must have the ability to generate livelihoods through innovation and entrepreneurship for the 1 million Indians who enter workforce every month. but such capacity building is not focused upon in our schools. InquiLab Foundation works with schools and children to build innovators via project-based learning modules and activities. as children come together to solve real-world problems they learn the essential skills of ideating, decision making, designing and prototyping solutions and entrepreneurship.