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Promoting Education In A Rural Areas.
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    Rural Area Development

    from Ludhiana, Punjab

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Promoting education in rural areas.

Lack of modern education in rural areas of India. Many children’s are wanted to learn but there is no facility for education in many villages.
While the education system in urban areas is not in a top shape as well, it is the rural education scenario that is the benchmark of a country’s progress.

The number of students going to school in rural India is increasing. However, more than 50% of the students in the low standard is not capable of reading a textbook and has no proper ideas about it.

They do not know how to solve basic mathematical problems.
Hence, instead of focusing on uplifting literacy rate, it is time that we focus on quality education. Children are required to empower with the quality education and the knowledge that can be applied in their real life.

“If compared with urban India, the state of education is worse in rural parts of India. It is important that we realize and acknowledge the fact that a huge segment of our population still resides in rural India which makes it very crucial to pay heed to them.”

Our Vision :
  • Providing books, pens, uniform & other necessary items.
  • Nutrition lunch & filtered water for children's.
  • Provide healthy food and filtered water to drink during school time.
  • Books and dresses are free of cost
  • Teaching Languages- English, Hindi, Sanskrit etc.
  • Teaching with social distance.
  • Follow Covid-19 Guidelines

    Bring innovative teaching methods

    The level of education has gone a notch up in urban areas with newer teaching techniques being introduced; the state of teaching techniques is still primitive and traditional in rural India.
    The rural schools are still stuck on inculcating rote learning in its students. This has to change.
    These schools must start adopting concept learning to develop their students holistically.

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