young Indians who want an education will never stopped

Earn no of education schemes are and policies are in place and an excellent on the society and the results are giving a different story.

You we can exactly reform the education system for the unprivileged many of the debate surrounding the educational system in India and education for the under privileged have been as of the most serious topics fom decades and decades. Most of the time the discussions are going through the government system about the increasing of the seats in reservation for under privileged children, what sort of education they receive, what sort of teachers they required and the sort of education systems they were going through, along with giving a meal to the poor children.

White the schemes are taking place and are excellent on paper, the results are giving a different story.

According to the national sample survey office (NSSO) 32 million Indian children of age up to 13 years have never attended any school, the majority of them belonging to poor sectors.


When we week about the quality of education there is an extreme shortage of Qualified and dedicated teachers. And there is no extraordinary results of performances can be expected the students where most of the students does not have a basic knowledge to read or write.

The government is providing a free educational scheme and free meals to the government schools to attract the parents and to motivate the students to be educated but thest schemes are not completely full filling the dreams of can privileged.

Through our NGO (Sri venkateswara education and social welfare trust), we are trying to provide the students the basic knowledge along with the basic computer knowledge free of cost to compete the job filled where as we are especially focusing on the students who has come from the poverty line and worth the education. They are the good assets of nation  and much none interested to walk in india.

We are working with these type of un privileged children for over 15 years, we have realized a fact that the schemes providing by the Govt,  like scholarships, uniforms and meals is not much enough. The problem has gone deeper than that and it cannot be solved by one NGO or any one organization.

Learning from the fundamentals is the dayto uniforming education for the uneducations going back to basics.

Understanding the term un privileged and comprehending the socio – economic background of the unprivileged is an absolute necessarily.

To collect and cover multiple categories of people across various spectrums. Each category has different ambitions, goals and aspirations. The most important asect is to segregate these various sections and then provide suitable solutions can make a big change & it can be sustainable.

From long ago there is a shortage of quality infrastructure like fans, lights, projects in class rooms or labs, and even separate toilets for girls & boys.

Through our educational organization we are as NGO we are trying ur almost best wth ethical values to provide a minimum educational needs to the poor students. And to provide a basic needs to the NGO’s, who are really working for the students to provide education and job opportunities in different fields. Collaborations of many organizations and forming partnerships is the most primary way to the Government and educational reforms can be brought through.

The Government has to support the organisition which an working for the socio – economic development of the under privileged with the appropriate funds to optimize their endeavours.

Though this effective works the ourney will become more effective assets. It is only by covering different sectors and different fieds that the un educated can be aided.

These systems to children can be years to learn. Through  a combination of where they are in an informal education lack of skill development, programmes, sports, communication and speaking skills and mid – da meals in the schools. These activities to children can be add to build a solid foundation to the education and there can merge in to a formal system of education.


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