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Support a Quiet Revolution Taking Place in the Villages in a Big Way
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    from Jaipur, Rajasthan

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IIT Delhi Alumni Mr Mahendra Mehta has set up 362 toys banks (each costing Rs 3500) in Govt Schools in the Villages so far and now is very curious to add 2000 more to make a difference to the childhood learning of very poor students.


Students of the 1st to 5th standard spend half an hour daily learning and playing with toys at the school premises under the supervision of the teacher. The pupils are very joyous and take a keen interest in studies and are not willing to go home after school hours. Earlier they were not leaving home to come to the school.

A tough selection process in choosing a school is in place to do justice to Donor's hard-earned money.  Mr Mehta believes in the utilization of each penny for the poor. No money is spent on Admin expenses as it is completely handled by Mr Mehta himself. 80 G Tax exemption is applicable for the tax benefits to be availed.


The Toys kit has Xylophone, Basket Ball, Alpha Numero Board, Jumbo India Map, One Play Blocks, Missing Letter, Electro Educational, Match the Numbers, Colour Toy Box, Parts of Body Game, The Great Perfection Game, Fix Picture Blocks, Magnetic Slate, and Puzzles.  and a Nail Cutter.  

Toys bank fosters Mental Skills, Memory, Creativity, Logical thinking, vocabulary building, Innovation, Inquisitiveness and Teamwork among students contributing to a strong foundation for learning during childhood..

All the beneficiary schools are networked into a family to share Innovation, New Learning Techniques, Generate Healthy Competition, TLM, Important News of the schools, Recognitions, Updates, Developments, News ...

 Kindly Donate Generously in multiples of Rs 3500  For a Noble Social Cause to Change Lives Of millions of Underprivileged Children.

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