Education in Rural India
India's rural areas have been left behind in the wake of high growth in A and B cities in India. One cause of rural poverty is the inability for children in rural areas to obtain basic education. India aspires for Universal Compulsory Primary Education, with its challenges of keeping poor children in school and maintaining quality of education in rural areas, has been difficult to achieve. While schools do exist in rural India, many children are not able to attend because they are needed instead to earn money for their families by working in factories or fields. Without a foundation of basic education, these children are trapped in a life of hard labor and barely sustainable wages
One of primary missions of S.R. Public School Shiksha Samiti is educating the thousands of village children who grow up illiterate. Measures will be taken to ensure direct donations to programs that assist in promoting rural education and literacy. You can tell us how you would like your money to be utilized (libraries, scholarships, educational materials, science kits & equipment, playgrounds, etc.) and we will make sure it is directed for that specific purpose.
Village Model School
S.R. Public School Shiksha Samiti is currently planning a pilot village Model school with a phase by phase approach to provide primary and secondary education using the national open school syllabus with special emphasis on
Technology & Sciences
Health and Hygiene
Extra Co-curricular Activities
Sports and Games
For this to be implemented we need your voluntary inputs and support. If you are interested in supporting Schools in rural India, Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org For sponsorship details or alternatively complete the contact form and our representative will contact you.