Holistic Learning

400 million children call India home. 8 million of them have never been to a school. 80 million will drop out before they complete elementary education.

India is home to the largest proportion of the world’s children. Children also constitute one third of the nation’s population. And yet, India continues to persistently fail in securing even the most fundamental rights for its child populace- nutrition, education, dignity. 170 million children go hungry, 8 million remain out of school and have never seen a classroom, never experienced the wonder of learning. These estimates demonstrate the nation’s sustained apathy towards its children, its only future.

While India continues to make strides in fostering access and enrolment, much needs to be done in securing improved learning outcomes and continued schooling. Access to quality schooling, as such, continues to be a critical concern, especially in rural and urban peripheries.

Sshrishti’s Initiatives in Holistic Education

Sshrishti aspires to promptly address this critical lack of educational and schooling opportunities amongst India’s poorest communities. It also seeks to remedy the persistent low learning outcomes and high drop-out rates by provisioning a holistic programme of learning for underprivileged children that provides quality education along with adequate nutrition, life-skill training, and the cultivation of arts and sporting faculties.

Key Features:

Know more about our programmes:

a. Holistic Learning
b. Remedial Education
c. Digital Literacy
d. Women's Skill Development
e. Mahila Panchayat
f. CRN
  • 1. Offer a flexible scheme of admissions to cater to the needs of migrant labour
  • 2. Give special emphasis on the education of the girl-child
  • 3. Offer a robust foundation through creative learning for early years along with classes 1 – 4
  • 4. Aim at successfully mainstreaming students into government/private schools
  • 5. Offer supplementary learning and remedial classes
  • 6. Cater to nutrition and health through mid-day meals, milk, regular health monitoring.
  • 7. Incorporate Digital Literacy as a crucial component of education
  • 8. Incorporate creative, play and alternative pedagogies for holistic learning
  • 9. Life-skill education to nurture students in well-rounded individuals aware of both, their rights and duties.
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Currently, Sshrishti provides holistic learning at 6 centres across Delhi:

Project Year Location Centre Objective Classes
Sshrishti Learning Centre 2003-till date  Kishangarh Village, Vasant Kunj  Holistic Learning, Early Years Education,Remedial    Learning, Digital Literacy  II-IV
Sshrishti Ladli 2006- till date  Kishangarh Village, Vasant Kunj  Early Years Education  Nursery-II
Sshrishti Jai Hind 2009- till date  Masoodpur  Early Years Education, Remedial Education  Nursery-III
Sshrishti Bal Siksha 2010- till date  Bhatti Mines, Sanjay  Colony  Early Years Education, Remedial Education, Digital   Literacy  Nursery-I
Sshrishti Sudhar 2014- till date  Tahirpur  Remedial Learning  Nursery
Sshrishti Bachpan 2015- till date  Noor Nagar, Okhla  Early Years Education, Remedial Education, Digital Literacy  Nursery-i
Sshrishti Chirag 2015-till date  Gurgaon  Remedial Learning  Nursery

 

 

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Completed Projects:

  • Sshrishti Vidya: Nalla Camp, Masoodpur, New Delhi
  • Sshrishti PVR Childscape: Naraina, New Delhi
  • Kanya Vidyalaya: Village Geja, Noida

Contact Us

Head Office
Flat No.: 1, 1st Floor,
161/B-9 Vijayalaxmi Complex,Kishangarh(Car Mkt.), Vasant Kunj,
New Delhi-110070
Mobile No.: 9313748115, 9810203491
E-mail:sshrishti_trust@yahoo.co.uk

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