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. 7.1% of class 1 students in government run schools cannot yet identify alphabets. Only 47% of class 5 students could read a class 2 text.

Education for the 21st century

NGO for Women skill development, child education NGO in India – Sshrishti Trust

From the very inception, Sshrishti’s focus has been to provide modern and holistic education to underprivileged children. The team at Sshrishti strongly believes that a solid foundation for the early years is quintessential for a child to continue in the path of learning. The mission has been to inculcate strong values and a love for learning. Sshrishti’s classrooms are hubs of joyous and creative activities.

Rote learning has been abandoned for a modern interactive model of learning which encourages a child to develop critical thinking, communication skills and the ability to solve problems.

The teaching-learning process takes place in our tech-enhanced smart classrooms in order to develop a strong foundation and conceptual clarity. Children in our primary schools also use tablets with relevant content that complements their curriculum. Besides, the students use special learning tools for Mathematics and English which facilitate deep understanding of these subjects and make the learning process collaborative and interactive.

Creativity, communication and collaboration are integral parts of our education curriculum at all of Sshrishti’s learning centres which will be relevant for the 21st. century.

Key Features:

  1. Offers a flexible scheme of admissions to cater to the needs of migrant labourers
  2. Gives special emphasis on the education of girl-child
  3. Offers a robust foundation through creative learning for Classes Nursery to V
  4. Aims at successfully mainstreaming students into government/private schools
  5. Offers supplementary learning and remedial classes
  6. Caters to nutrition and health through nutritious mid-day meals and regular health monitoring
  7. Incorporates digital literacy as a crucial component of our curriculum
  8. Incorporates creative, interactive and activity-based pedagogies for holistic learning
  9. Imparts education on necessary life skills to nurture students into responsible students conscious about their rights and duties.

Sshrishti’s Initiatives in Holistic Education

Sshrishti aspires to address a critical deficiency of educational and schooling opportunities amongst India’s poorest marginalised communities. It also seeks to remedy the persistent low learning outcomes and high drop-out rates by providing a holistic programme of learning for underprivileged children to ensure quality education along with adequate nutrition, skill training and the cultivation of arts and other extra-curricular activities. Sshrishti’s current and previous projects aimed at imparting quality education to the underserved children are listed in the table below.

NGO for Women skill development, child education NGO in India – Sshrishti Trust

NGO for Women skill development, child education NGO in India – Sshrishti Trust

Beneficiaries in Delhi Educational Centres

Name of Project Year of Inception Location Education Level Day School Remedial Total
Ladli Junior 2006 Kishangarh Nursery-Class I 121 17 138
Sshrishti Learning Centres 2003 Kishangarh Class II-V 135 21 156
Bachpan 2014 Jamia Nagar Nursery-Class I 90 10 100
Jai Hind Camp 2009 Masoodpur Nursery-Class I 53 17 70
Vidyashakti 2021 Shakur Basti Nursery-Class IV - 54 54
Vidyashakti 2021 Kirti Nagar Nursery-Class IV - 40 40
Umeed 2017 J.J. Bandhu Camp Nursery-KG - 10 10
      Total 399 221 620

Cumulative beneficiaries in Sshrishti Educational Centres

NGO for Women skill development, child education NGO in India – Sshrishti Trust
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