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AN INVESTMENT IN KNOWLEDGE PAYS THE BEST INTEREST

 

Self-Reliant India (SRI) is a non-profit organisation with a mission to make historically under-resourced communities self-reliant with access to quality education. We have attempted to achieve this by nurturing student and fellow role models from the community. Through community participation and responsibility, we hope to bring transformative change to government schools. And fashion them into successful learning spaces for historically under-resourced communities. We have been able to deliver quality education to kids from under-resourced communities for the past five years. It has also produced positive shifts in the form of improved community participation, student enrolment, and student learning levels, resulting in long-term sustainable transformation in schools. We are aiming to create more equal societies in which access to high-quality education is not limited by social or economic resources. We want children from traditionally under-resourced communities to have the same access to a quality education as children from resourceful families.

WHY

People living in rural and remote areas suffer from many problems and a result their children's education is effected The problem tree given below enlists all the connections.....

Programs

Nanhe kalam is a project initiated in the year 2017 with the agenda of increasing the number of students belonging to the economically weaker sections of the society getting.....

Impact

Working in government schools for assisting in  getting admissions in 3 Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya in the districts of Rewari, Jhajjar and Nuh....

 

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Testimonial

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SRI’s school Transformation model should be replicated by every other school in the state. It gives me hope and confidence to support this initiative of getting as many students as possible into the Navodayas.

Shaheen Mistry,

CEO, Teach for India