A Child without Education, is a Bird without Wings
Education is the effective weapon to bring the social change in our society. India is the second largest populated country in the world. Children are the future of our country and child education is a necessity. According to statistics 13.22 % of our population are below the age of 6. These children are the asset to the nation if they are fulfilled with basic necessities such as food, shelter, cloth and Education. Education has become vital part in the life of each individual. Among 193 million children in the age group of 6-14, 8.1 million children are out of school. There is a government policy that each child should get education till the age of 14. The estimate number of children who never attended the school is about 10 crores in our Country. This has affected the growth of our Nation.
Education should be a Right not a Privilege
Urban India is has comparatively more educated youth, compared to rural India. Rural Education should be our main goal to make India a developed country. In rural India educating kids will come to a stagnant level because, they will not have schools nearby. People want their children to work as they get more money. The school nearby will not have basic facilities such as class rooms, sanitation, teachers and so on. We at Parisara Abhivrudhi Foundation are adopting rural schools and Anganwadis to educate children in the villages that can not afford to go to private schools. We have planned to open anganwadi in each taluk, so the children need not travel a long distance. The anganwadis are build with proper classrooms, sanitation facilities and recruit well educated teachers. Children are also provided mid day meals.
Child education is the need of the hours as children are our future and only child education can make India a developed nation.
Encouragement is needed for children for coming to schools
These facilities encourage people in rural India to send their children to go to schools and we can see our future developed India in the coming years and the saying “Todays Children Are the Future of our Nation” becomes true. Join us and be part of developing our rural India by donating or being a volunteer.