To enable people to move out of their underprivileged status, we shall have to create
opportunities for them to be educated.
Poverty and backwardness can be reduced through the spread of education. The level of illiteracy is
still high and it will remain in that dismal state unless the civil society makes sincere efforts
for making more people literate.
We provide both formal and informal education according to their needs. Our efforts
in educating the underprivileged have been successful. In order to make this success
sustainable, we shall have to put more emphasis and continue to work in this area in future
years. Education is one of the areas that are on top of our agenda. During the year under
review we put considerable emphasis on providing quality education to children of all
communities – especially those belonging to underprivileged, SC/ST communities and weaker
section of the society where educational facilities are most inadequate.
We organized literacy-training camps in August and December 2014 in rural areas for
creating awareness about the importance of education.
We distributed books and stationery to the children. We motivated their
parents to ensure that their children –
especially the girl children – study in schools.