With a belief in Mahatma Gandhi’s idea that “villages are the soul of our country”, Shiksha Bharati’s Village Development Program attempts to achieve progress for the country by promoting development in villages.
Shiksha Bharati has adopted five neighbouring villages under the rural development planning in order to help the people gain access to quality education and employment opportunities while also ensuring health and social harmony in the villages. The number of such villages will be increased to 25 gradually in near future.
In March 2012, Shiksha Bharati established a state of the art computer education centre to provide free of cost computer education to underprivileged girls from our town and surrounding villages who are not students of our school. About 300 such girls/women have already completed their computer education program from this centre. Currently, five vocational centres are running in five villages.
Until now, one hundred women have finished their sewing training and received an electrified multifunctional Usha sewing machine each; another batch of 100 women under training will complete their education on 15th November 2014. Shiksha Bharati also has recently established a primary school in a village Goyna for children belonging to deprived section of the society. Currently, forty children are receiving education in this primary school.