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Students display unique entrepreneurial skills, win School Enterprise Challenge Award for two consecutive years

Satya Bharti Adarsh Senior Secondary School, Rauni (Ludiana, Punjab) instilled entrepreneurial skills to help students become self-reliant, won School Enterprise Challenge Award for two consecutive years

Students developed business plan, bought raw materials and made products, and sold these at a profit during PTMs and stalls in local markets.

Project one: Winner of the Bronze Asia Pacific 2017

‘Cash Crop Farming’ business promoted cost-efficient and sustainable farming. Students grew crops on a small piece o...

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Jharkhand students receive International Award for teaching all mothers in the community

Government school students who started ‘Mother’s Literacy’ campaign in Jharkhand’s villages are rewarded with the prestigious Gold Award in Group category in “The 2019 Pramerica - the Spirit of Community Awards” for their initiative. The students are from UMS Khairbani School, Kathikund, (Dumka), Jharkhand

This campaign was selected among nearly 3,500 entries nationwide. The annual award conferred by Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, United States recognizes school students for making a positive d...

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Satya Bharti Adarsh Schools register record pass percentage of 96.98% in Class 12 board exams

Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises has announced the remarkable achievement of students of Satya Bharti Adarsh Senior Secondary schools located in remote rural Punjab in the Class XII CBSE Board Examinations.

The success of these children becomes special as most of them come from weak economic background and parents are primarily engaged as daily wage earners. These students, especially the girls, who outshined CBSE national average with 96.43% pass percentage, withstood various social and economic pressures ...

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Students in Jodhpur run door-to-door campaign - bring 19 drop-out children back to school!

Young out-of-school girls and boys working in their homes or picking up odd jobs had become a common sight in Tulesar village in Jodhpur District of Rajasthan. Working to ease their parents’ financial burden is a path trodden more often by these children than going to school. Owing to this, the dropout rates at Satya Bharti School, Tulesar, were swiftly increasing and consistent attendance rates rapidly falling. Students of Class V grew deeply concerned with this, specially since a large number of their peers chose to drop out of school.<...

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