Srinath Mohandas is an Assistant Professor at the School of Ethics Governance Culture and Social Systems. He is an educator specialised in Curriculum and Pedagogy, with experience in developing content, designing curriculum and teaching middle and high school levels. He has worked closely with several schools across Tamil Nadu, catering to their academic needs that include curriculum, pedagogy and teacher professional development. He has also developed Social Studies and Environmental Studies (EVS) lessons for standards 2 to 6 (CBSE and ICSE boards) while working with Chrysalis, his previous employer.
As a Value Educator, he conceived and conducted workshops based on the Chinmaya Vision Programme (CVP), as part of the schools’ initiative to foster cultural values. He also writes, speaks and conducts youth workshops on various themes related to the Indian Knowledge System (IKS).
His field studies during post-graduation included understanding the role of school experiences in shaping the aspiration of girls from different sections of society, the different aspects of schools that facilitate the nurturing of Ahimsa in pupils, the influence of Gandhian ideals of human and social development among the Balinese community, and the influence of school culture in shaping the idea of India in pupils.
- UGC NET (Education)
- M.A. Education—Curriculum & Pedagogy, Azim Premji University, Bengaluru
- B. Com.—Calicut University
- Curriculum development
- School systems and processes
- Educational philosophies of ancient India
- Value-based education system
- Senior Associate—Learning Transformation, Chrysalis, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
- Associate—Research & Development, Chrysalis, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
- Teacher—Social Sciences, Akshara Vidyaashram, Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu
- Teacher—Value Education, Chinmaya Vidyalaya Pallavur, Palakkad, Kerala