Education is both the means as well as the end to a better life. It is a movement from darkness to light. Without education, people get caught in the inter-generational cycles of poverty and backwardness.
Since India is a vast country, both geographically and demographically, government alone cannot bring all children into the fold of education. Even today, 17.7 million children in India are out of school. The retention rate in schools is still abysmally low and many children drop out even before completing class 8. In such a scenario, the role of the civil society becomes more important in order to ensure that the benefits of education reach the lowest strata of the society.
Our NGO have been spearheading the movement to provide quality education to the most marginalized and deprived children of India. With programmes in the most remote and marginalized areas of India, we ensure that the benefits of the Right to Education Act reach the most deprived children. The idea is to ensure that all children, irrespective of their origin, can go to school, play, interact and learn with other children of their age so that they secure for them a life of dignity and contribute to the betterment of the economy.
We train teachers to impart learning using child-friendly and interactive teaching-learning methods. The NGO sets libraries and infrastructure right, conducts computer and English classes, promotes and facilitates extra-curricular activities and sports.
Together with existing government support, we can ensure that no child is left behind when it comes to getting education.