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Teach For India unveils new TVC by SamaajScope

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Teach For India unveils new TVC by SamaajScope

Teach For India, a non-profit organisation working to achieve educational equity in India, is set to launch its latest television commercial celebrating the idea of an excellent education for all children today.

You can watch the TVC here:

The film, produced and directed by SamaajScope, narrates the story of two children from fundamentally different backgrounds who nonetheless converse on both academic as well as contemporary topics as equals – with Shruti Belitkar, a Teach For India student from Sant Vinoba Bhave School Pune, playing the part.

Speaking about the new TVC, Shaheen Mistri, CEO – Teach For India said, “We believe every child has the potential to shine, regardless of their economic background, as seen in this film. We just need to give them the opportunity and the right education. We need passionate, driven, committed people to join the Fellowship to bridge the gap of educational inequity.”

The TVC will make its debut on Star Television Network along with a host of other digital platforms. Sharing their thoughts on the approach behind the film, Samyak Chakraborty and Shaza Morani, Co-Founders, SamaajScope commented, “Teach for India's mandate of creating positive and progressive communication for their next Fellow intake resonated with our core ideology. At SamaajScope we are re-inventing the way citizens, corporates, NGOs as well as the government engage with social causes. This project is an important step towards that goal.”

Client: Teach For India
Agency: SamaajScope
Producer:  Shaza Morani
Director: Varun Lalwani


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The announcement regarding this was made on Twitter by Sukumar Ranganathan, Editor-in-Chief, Hindustan Times, and Shekhar Gupta, Founder, The Print

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