School Transformation Programme

In India, the need for Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) facilities in schools is critical due to widespread deficiencies in basic amenities. According to data from the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, as of 2019, only about 40% of government schools have access to functional toilets, with many lacking separate facilities for boys and girls. Additionally, the lack of handwashing stations and safe drinking water sources further exacerbates hygiene challenges, contributing to the spread of diseases and impacting the overall well-being of students. This number is far worse for rural schools the lack usable toilet facilities. These statistics underscore the urgent need for comprehensive WASH interventions in schools across India to ensure a conducive and hygienic learning environment for all students.

Our School Transformation Programme addresses this issue making schools cleaner, safer and more cheerful spaces. Ensuring separate bathrooms for boys and girls, setting up separate areas for drinking water & washing dishes, painting & refurbishing the school areas and providing several additional facilities are all initiatives undertaken through this programme.

The School Transformation Programme is compliant with Schedule VII of the Companies Act for CSR – sub section (i) & (ii)

Key components of the School Transformation Programme include:

WASH Facilities

A UNICEF approved blueprint used across schools to build or refurbish sanitation facilities. This intervention ensures clean and safe separate toilet facilities, access to clean drinking water and a separate dishwashing area. The programme also provides basic upgradation to the school environment ensuring a cheerful and space for children to nurture and grow. The intervention also includes behaviour change sessions conducted at the school premises for students, teachers and school staff on the use, maintenance and upkeep of the facilities.

Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni (2022-2023)

Rajkiya Hussainabad Inter College (2022-2023)

Rajkiya Hussainabad Inter College (2022-2023)

Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni (2022-2023)

Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni (2022-2023)

Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni (2022-2023)

Rajkiya Hussainabad Inter College (2022-2023)

Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 4/7 Urban Estate

(2022-2023)

Budget for transformation of 1 school with WASH facilities – INR 8,00,000/-

Digital Classrooms

89% of schools are not equipped with the required technology needed in the current environment. Moreover, traditional teaching learning methods have led to drop outs and absenteeism in schools. Inspired by the Union Government’s Digital India initiative and our flagship WASH programme, we added a new dimension to our School Transformation Programme in 2017-18 – Smart Classrooms and Google Future Classrooms (GFC).

 

A smart class or a knowledge class is an interactive learning platform focused on delivering education through modern technology for grade 6-8 students of government schools.

Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 4/7 Urban Estate  (2022-2023)

Govt. High School Nakhrola- (2022-2023)

Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni- (2022-2023)

Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni (2022-2023)

Budget for implementing a smart classroom in 1 school – INR 3,00,000/-

89% of schools are not equipped with the required technology needed in the current environment. Moreover, traditional teaching learning methods have led to drop outs and absenteeism in schools. Inspired by the Union Government’s Digital India initiative and our flagship WASH programme, we added a new dimension to our School Transformation Programme in 2017-18 – Smart Classrooms and Google Future Classrooms (GFC).

A smart class or a knowledge class is an interactive learning platform focused on delivering education through modern technology for grade 6-8 students of government schools.

Parshuram Johma Mahtre Vidyalaya (2021-2022)

Lilapur Primary School

(2021-2022)

Lilapur Primary School

(2021-2022)

Lilapur Primary School

(2021-2022)

Budget for implementing a Google Future Classroom in 1 school – INR 11,00,000/-

Sports & playground facilities

The programme aims to provide children with access to safe and high-quality sports facilities, as well as the education and resources they need to develop their physical skills and knowledge of sports. Through this intervention we build sports grounds in schools and provide equipment and training sessions with professional coaches. We also offer educational materials and resources that teach kids about the importance of exercise and healthy living.

We believe that sport has the power to bring build leaders, build self-confidence, and promote physical and mental well-being.

Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni (2022-2023)

Mithivavdi Pri School ( 2020-21)

Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni (2022-2023)

Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Rajkiya Highschool Kurauni (2022-2023)

New School Building

Constructed 3-5 New School Buildings from scratch in states like Gujarat, Karnataka, etc. including all amenities like WASH facilities, classrooms, sports ground, garden, furnishing items like stationery, kitchen utilities, outdoor games, etc. BalA (Building as Learning Aid) tools and much more.

Gamdi pri school ( 2015-16 )

Mithivavdi Pri School ( 2020-21)

Rajpur pre school 5,6 ( 2014-15 )

Branch Kanya Shala, Bavda ( 2015-16 )

Fellowship Programme

Quality education is the right of each and every child and values such as morality, hard work, discipline and being helpful to other people are being imparted during the sessions. Through this programme, we envision creating a channel for youth to drive social change and a platform that facilitates them to contribute to the process effortlessly and effectively. We develop an array of courses and awareness interventions for the students of government schools by aligning our youth and their quintessential energy towards the cause. Our Fellows make a commitment of 2 years full time as Yuva fellows to monitor, direct and implement all our educational activities on the field in government schools.

Solar & Rainwater harvesting

We work with schools to implement solar panel systems, which can be a reliable and cost-effective source of electricity while also promoting awareness on renewable energy and sustainability. By investing in solar panels, schools can reduce their energy costs and carbon footprint thereby operating more sustainably.

One other key initiative is our water harvesting project, which aims to provide clean, reliable water to communities. Through the water harvesting project, we work with schools to design and build water harvesting systems that capture and store rainwater for later use. These systems can be installed on rooftops, in open spaces, or in other suitable locations, and they are designed to be simple, cost-effective, and easy to maintain.

Govt. Senior Secondary High School – 2022-2023

Govt. Senior Secondary High School – 2022-2023

Gulubai muluk irani school – 2022-2023

Sant Jija Bai Kanya school – 2022-2023