On Oct 2nd, commemorating Gandhi's Birthday, RDPR celebrated by recognizing excellence in Gram Panchayats. As part of the event, the Hon’ble Chief Minister Sri Siddramaiah, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister Sri D.K Shivakumar, Minister of RDPR Sri Priyank Kharge distributed the laptops and smartphones as a part of our Grama Digi Vikasana program. The government appreciated the efforts of Dell Technologies and Sikshana Foundation in making Arivu Kendras digital ready!.
“Be the Change you want to See in the World” - Mahatma Gandhi.
Gram PanchayatRead more
We started our work in government primary schools with a goal to improve the learning levels and the goal remains the same even today even though our interventions have a wider and deeper coverage.Read more
A simple idea that motivation is one of the key ingredients to learning has been formalized into a scalable model especially for the public school system. Today it runs in over 50,000 schools!Read more
We believe that a structured and sustained focus on foundational numeracy and literacy is the only way to ensure every child will attain these basic skills in primary schoolingRead more
Teaching students ICT skills while students are engaged in activity based learning like PBL (Project Based Learning) will ensure that the students will be able to appreciate technology in real lifeRead more
Even today gender inequality in education is an issue that rural girls face especially when it comes higher education and we run programs to help such girls to move forward.Read more
Even under the school programs we have always had parents and community involvement to help sustain the improvement in schools. But during covid we started directly working with the community when the schools were closed and also started our work in gram panchayat library reading program along with Rural Development & Panchayat Raj (RDPR) department.Read more