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Virtual Conference with Workshops for Librarians

by Liferarian Association

Conference Theme: Learn~Connect~Transform

Every hour you will learn from 4 strands: Literacy – Technology – Information & Media Literacy – Librarians Evolving Role

Saturday 27th November 2021

Registrations will start on 20th September 2021.

9:30 am – 5:30 pm IST

(Indian Standard Time)

INR 500 per participant

All proceeds will go toward building libraries in rural parts of India.


Liferarians are a passionate community of Indian Librarians who believe in empowering and leveraging the role of a librarian in an educational organization. Liferarians believe in collaboration to promote and implement innovative practices through new developments in education and knowledge realms.

The purpose is to support librarians who desire to pursue contemporary strategies and ideas to stay current and relevant. We believe consistent collaboration can enable us to provide better library services, build a relevant collection, integrate and leverage technology to help learners. This Liferarian logo signifies an individual’s aspiration to blossom through lifelong learning and spread the fragrance of knowledge to others.

Registration is open!


  1. To provide opportunities for talented librarians to share their knowledge and empower them to lead.
  2. To provide opportunities for librarians to learn through collaboration to better serve school communities.
  3. To provide opportunities to aspire and blossom through lifelong learning.
  4. To create a network of librarians to support professional development.

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Who Can Attend?

Librarians, teachers, principals, parents and students.

Keynote Speakers

Nalika Braganza

Program Director, Training & Impact, Teach For India
Nalika Braganza graduated from Sophia College for Women in 2012 with a degree in English Literature. During her time in Mumbai, she was struck by the stark inequity that she saw in every corner of Mumbai. She decided to apply to the Teach For India Fellowship and taught a beautiful bunch of third and fourth-grade students in Kala Chowky Mumbai. The two years of the Fellowship Program gave her hope that change was possible, and she wanted to serve as many children as she could. She joined the Program Staff Team, where she coached and managed a group of Fellows for two years and then transitioned to lead the Program Team in the city for the next four years. Over her time at Teach for India, she has helped train and support close to 2000 teachers who have impacted 10,000 students in the city of Mumbai and beyond.

Prashant Momaya

Director of Solution Engineering at Tableau Software
Prashant Momaya is Director of Solution Engineering at Tableau Software where he helps the world see and understand data. Prashant’s expertise lies in the field of data analytics and visualisation, one of the key foundations of modern business and communication. In addition to the business side, he is passionate about data literacy in our communities. When he is not working on data challenges, Prashant can be seen trekking in the Himalaya or exploring the depths of India’s history and culture.


Ms. Gayathri Durairaj

Author & Poet

Gayathri Durairaj is an author, poet, global nomad and an economist by training has run a parents’ writers club in the American school of Bombay from 2016 to 2018. She spearheaded various writing workshops and three anthologies for the school. Her first book of poems titled ‘Quintessential Me’ was published in June 2018 and she is currently working on her second one. She lives in Hong Kong and has published her poems in many magazines like Ariana, Beyond Boundaries, Imprint and the ASB online magazine as well. She finds pleasure in the simplest of things and derives inspiration for her writing from her many travels and experiences. Check out her monthly blog: