The development of any nation depends upon the literacy rate of both the genders, though the literacy rate grew from 12% in 1947 to 74.04% in 2011. As per the census in 2011, the literacy rate for men was 82.14% whereas for women it was 65.46%. There has been seen an enormous increase in the number of literate women and women are getting education but the gap still persists. There exists a ray of hope when we look at such figures.
To go beyond the ‘Right to Education’ and provide children from disadvantaged sections of the society the opportunities to compete and succeed through best in class education. We aim to bring like-minded professionals from all walks of life, build on their collective experience and expertise to work for a common cause while building a long term sustainable model of imparting quality education to children who need it the most.
Disadvantaged as per the definition of Commission for Economically Backward Classes.
Early engagement with parents and guardians to create awareness on the advantages of educating their girl child
Only government recognized schools (State and privately run) under Central Board of Secondary Education to be targeted
Self starters with shared vision and mission with the charity
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