LIFE SCHOOL: Learning 21st century Skills experientially

A unique initiative that builds the character of a good, sensitive, compassionate, empathetic, independent and responsible Citizen in children. 35 skills build this character, by experiencing and using existing work spaces and public spaces. It helps children understand the world, by being in it, observing, immersing, reflecting, critically thinking, deciding the right ways and imbibing them.

SSEPIA LABS for Universities and Institutes

SSEPIA LABS (Social Innovation Labs), create a platform for Industry, Community, University, Corporate and Government to come together. While Industries share their social and environmental problems, University/Institute Students design and implement solutions for them. It gives the Students an opportunity to use their knowledge and skills practically on field, helps the University groom students better for the Industry and thus …

The Museum School – for underprivileged children

A high Quality Education model for underprivileged children in urban slums, without any extra infrastructure or investment. It uses Museums as Schools, their exhibits as Teaching Aids, and B.Ed College students as Teachers (for their practice teaching). The Museum School has won UNESCO Asia-Pacific’s Education Innovation Award in 2016, and has been replicated in four cities in India. It has …

SCALE Social Credit System for Volunteering

A unique system giving benefits for Learning and Employment, to mobilise Youth, Educational Institutions, and Corporate towards Social Volunteering. Using a 360 deg Appraisal method for assessing social contribution, the system awards social credits to volunteers. Corporates employing the volunteers can use their credits, to enhance their social image. Institutes offering higher education opportunities to such volunteers, can use their …

Gramodaya: Rural Education Program

A Rural Education model teaching Rural Development to rural children, and help them get local employment. It creates a backbone of rural development professionals in rural areas, to implement rural welfare programmes of the Government and other bodies. Using 70% practical and 30% theoretical approach, it covers all areas of rural development required for that region. After completion, students can …