National Girl Child Day was celebrated on 24th January, 2015 at Satya Bharti Schools across all six states. Full of enthusiasm and passion, the occasion helped to promote importance of the girl child. Students engaged in various activities to usher girls towards a brighter future, such as – fancy dress competition, debate, painting, collage-making, poster-making; along with community mobilization activities such as rallies and street plays. Student counterparts from the neighbouring government schools were also invited to be a part of this event, in some of the Satya Bharti Schools.
"Vocational Education and Skill Development are the top priority of the Government of India. The plan is to train 300 million Skilled personnel by the year 2022 (Skill India Mission). The Skilled Personnel is the critical requirement for "Make IN INDIA" program and the Infrastructure Development...
" "Vocational Education and Skill Development are the top priority of the Government of India. The plan is to train 300 million Skilled personnel by the year... "Prof. V.S. Raju
" "Engaged as a Math teacher in the Satya Bharti School I got a chance to attend rigorous training on Math for primary children. It helped me a lot in... "L. Sona Setli
" "The Satya Bharti School Program has been a great initiative for the overall learning & growth of the rural underprivileged children & especially the girls... "Badri Agarwal