We understand every individual is unique and is gifted differently. The one-size-fits-all theory doesn’t always work in life or education.
To add to it, people coming from socio-economically challenged backgrounds have little or no access to quality education leading to a high rise in school drop outs. This further leads to them being unemployed or getting low skilled jobs which continues the cycle of poverty.
The program was started in 2017 with the aim to promote literacy among the poor and the low income group by enabling them to achieve the basic education requirements (i.e. SSC and HSC)
This being our first year with the program, we have 16 students registered.