Need of Educational Programs?
India is a country with more than one billion people, and just one-third of them can read. Rapidly growing size of population, shortages of teachers, books, and basic facilities, and insufficient public funds to cover education costs are some of the nation’s toughest challenges. This is where Children in India are facing the basic challenges. According to a study, more than 30% of educational funds are allocated towards higher education, leaving the primary education in India in sway. Parental illiteracy is another cause for lack of interest to become literates. Many rural children enrolled are thus first generation learners, who come from illiterate families thus, they have to single handedly grapple with the school life.
India is fourth among the top 10 nations with the highest numbers of out-of children in primary level. Furthermore, the rate of school drop-outs amongst students is very high. One of the main reasons behind this is poverty. When earning a livelihood and taking care of the members of the family becomes a primary matter of concern in one’s life, education stands a little or, very often, no chance of pursuance. For the underprivileged people in India, education is perceived as a high-priced luxury, and this negative outlook continues on with every new generation.
A disproportionate number of total out-of-school children in India are girls. What denies equal opportunities of children are serious social issues that have arose out of caste, class and gender differences. The practice of child labour in India and resistance to sending girls to school in several parts of the country remain as genuine concerns. If the current trend continues, millions of underprivileged children will probably never set foot in a classroom.
India’s growth relies on a well-educated and skilled workforce. Improving education is a critical area of investment. A shabby foundation in primary education can overturn the lives, careers and productivity of millions of its citizens. Already, a considerable proportion of the adult workforce in India is acutely under-equipped to be eligible for skilled and semi-skilled jobs. In order to build India as a consumer market of global standards, it is very important that every child reaps the benefits of quality education.
Our Educational Programs
English school of Phonetics
A Technical Institute of Teaching English as a foreign language: A Bi-Linguistics Training School
A Preschool of Technical Research on Child Development & Talents based on Indian Cultural Heritage and global vision.
Namaankan Solution Consultancy
Admission, Digital Marketing, Placement Counseling.
Yashoka College of Nursing & Paramedical
A Support Education especially to weaker section of society with tech tools of three dimensional Education.
Industrial High School
A Entrepreneur Training High School with Industrial Academic Curriculum.
Gurukul Info-Tech Institute of Science and Research Foundation
A Foundation of science and Researches, Information technology, Industrialization, Practices, Services, Economic trade of Science and Education with global vision.
All India Scholarship Examination of Talents
A carrier oriented complete Education grant based Scholarship Examination.