Literacy is a human right. Literacy empowers human. Literates empower a nation.

Our mission is to take backward villages and improve their quantitative and qualitative education, convert the children to become more quality and capable individuals to help form a more complete society and thus a more complete INDIA. Education is our most important focus with a simple, but important, realization that education will lead to best and prosperous qualities of a human being. Since our organization focuses on under-privileged and middle-class families, our work will help improve public education (government schools) since most of them go to the government school as they can’t afford to go to private schools. But, some may end up going to private schools too.

Why are we choosing only villages?
Villages are what makes most of India and unfortunately villages is what need most catch-up to do in terms of development/growth. Since (most) villages are not developed, people from villages migrate to urban areas, so villages continue to remain undeveloped with lackluster economy, lack of opportunities and overall lesser preferential place to live. Urban areas are getting developed and their population growing exponentially, which provides lack of balance for the country’s overall growth (and may actually pose danger to the country). Developing villages lets India have more decentralized, scalable, balanced, and thus speedy growth. Reasons for migration:

  1. Youth from villages migrate to cities for employment, higher studies, and better quality of life because of lack of opportunities in villages.
  2. Villagers go to cities for purchases, business, healthcare, etc because of lack of facilities in villages.

If villages have a sustainable economy, why would villages remain so poor?

How does Education help in development of villages?
Any society is as good as its people. If people are poor, the society is poor. Educated people automatically take their society/village forward in every aspect of life. That is just a natural happening. Following is how education leads to villages’ (and thus India’s) development:

Education —> Better Employment/Businesses —> Better Earnings —> Better Spending —> Economy grows —> Village develops