Receive our updates
For regular news and updates, subscribe here:
*Your information is confidential and will not be shared with any third party.

Latest Stories

Bharti Foundation Among Best NGOs In India To Work For

  • Admin
  • Insights
  • December 13, 2018
  • (0)
  • (262)

Bharti Foundation has been felicitated among the Best NGOs in India to Work For 2018 by Great Place to Work® Institute.

Established in 2000 with a vision "To help underprivileged children and young people of our country realize their potential," Bharti Foundation is currently working in 16 states in India, impacting the lives of more than 3,50,000 children.

Bharti Foundation runs 254 Satya Bharti Schools in six states under its flagship Satya Bharti School program ...

Continue reading post

Gleam Of Hope In Sultangarh

Sultangarh (Alwar district, Rajasthan), a village settled by a snake charmer on a small hill in the middle of a jungle and originally called Sapera Basti, has lived in poverty since being established. For the longest time, the only occupation families settled in the village were engaged in was snake charming. Extreme poverty also forced many people to opt for begging or hunting wild animals in the jungle. But that wasn't the only factor that caused the village to suffer for decades. Lack of education and awareness among the people led t...

Continue reading post

Technology In Rural Schools

  • Mamta Saikia
  • Insights
  • November 20, 2018
  • (0)
  • (56)

Satya Bharti School, Managiri Village, Tamil Nadu

We are already in the eighteenth year of the 21st Century. And, while there is high level of acceptability of the role technology can play in school education; the questions around what technology to use and when; or, how to overcome the issues of accessibility and under-representation especially in the rural parts of the country continue to take up our mind space.

Working with the 254 village-based Satya Bharti Schools of Bha...

Continue reading post

A Man's Iron Will To Learn and Teach

I come from a village where people could hardly afford a two-square meal for their children. People here used to ask, how does it matter if children went to school or not? Because, children did not even have adequate clothes and footwear.

I too was born in a poor family, where my father was the sole bread earner. Despite the difficulties, he ensured that I and all my siblings had access to education. He used to say – ‘Poverty is no excuse for not getting an education.’

Continue reading post