The programme and policy initiatives like Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) and Right to Education (RTE) have contributed to a new vibrancy, meaning and urgency in the country’s efforts to universalize education, in the years to come.
India still has close to 21 million children out of school, and has the largest number of uneducated population. Millions of underprivileged never set foot in school. As per the statistics, 4% never start school out of which 35% are with disability.
The onus does not lie only on the government. It’s high time that the privileged people and the organisations recognise their responsibility towards uplift of the society and join hands.
We, at Good Luck Publishers realise that we have to pitch in as much as we can. Since we are in the field of publishing academics books, we feel it’s an honour for us to be able to contribute in the education sector. It is a pleasure to be able to provide free textbooks* to help the underprivileged and disabled children with their education.
Sashakt is working towards nurturing underprivileged, differently able and special children.We take afternoon classes of children who study in government schools to help them improve in Academics.Beyond Academics we do extracurricular activities like Arts & Crafts, Music, and Dance etc.We aim to instil self worth and value system in the children.We also run speech therapy and physiotherapy classes for those who require the same.
Mr Ankit Gupta - Good Luck Publishers donated many books to Sashakt NGO for new Academic Session 2015-16. Sashakt is working towards nurturing underprivileged, differently-abled and special children. Sashakt organizes afternoon classes of children who study in government schools to help them improve in Academics. The books include English Grammar workbooks, Picture dictionaries, General Knowledge books, Art books and many more. The books have easy language and very good quality pictures. These have helped in making learning easy and interesting for children. They have loved the books.
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