conditions. Dr. Mukesh Singh who hails from Silapathar had an insight into solving the problems of the tribal and educate them on the lines of convent and public schools. According to him ignorance breeds poverty and hunger while knowledge can lead to prosperity and self-respect. By providing
quality education to them on par with convent schools, the condition of the community can certainly change as they can serve the area in a much better position and etch out their existence in more dignified and prosperous way. So Dr. Singh decided to open a school for them. To construct the
school named Gyan Prabha International School, the trust was formed called Prabha Education Trust. The trust has the intent of providing annually free education with free books to around 400 students. This insightful and inevitable project covers about 25 nearby villages, the students of which can have access to quality education. With the aid of competent and qualified faculty, smart classes, modern facilities, and highly educated trustees, the school will empower the underprivileged children to speak up for themselves. The Gyan Prabha International School will surely build the character and intellect of the tribal and the underprivileged of Silapathar. For the virtue driven ethical and legal purposes, the CSR funding enables the society to leverage the growth and justice for all. The Prabha Education Trust seeks donations from the CSR funding to build the school and hence the platform for the underprivileged.