Project Brief: To help sustain and expand Bhavdhara Academy, so as to provide quality education and all round development of underpreviledged children
Project Type: Formal Schools (description)
Primary Focus: other (description)

Secondary Focus: other

Area: Rural
Supporting Chapter Contact: NYC/NJ
Status: proposal - received
Project Steward: Amol Raut
Project Partner(s): Alpa Rajai
Other Contacts:
Project Address: , Bhavdhara Academy,Chandansar (Katkari Pada),Virar ,
Tel: 0091-250-2524567
Stewarding Chapter: NYC/NJ

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Bhavdhara academy works towards development of under priviledged children with a final aim of making them self sustainable and well rounded. The academy currently has over 200 students with classes from kindergarden till class 6. As the students progress from one class to the next, the academy adds classes with the goal to grow classes till 10th grade. The academy teaches Government approved syllabus, and focuses on activities that develop personalities and social awareness. The academy depends on donors and external help to support their expenses. Asha has partnered with this academy to support their teaching and other day to day expenses such as electricity and water. Asha's help will enable the academy hire more teachers to support their increasing number of students. It will also take care of substantial expenses, so the staff can focus their time on development of the children and the academy at large.
1. Provide quality education to the children from primary level in English medium
2. Inspire the children to study by appreciating uniqueness of each child
3. Provide opportunity to develop into all rounders by encouraging arts, craft and general awareness
4. Make sure the children continue education, with the ultimate aim of making them self sufficient
Bhavlok is a registered charitable organization, established in 2003.The primary aim of Bhavlok is to establish a self- supportive social order. Since 2003, Bhavlok runs an educational institution called Bhavdhara Academy for the underprivileged children in Katkaripada [Chandansar] village in Vasai Taluka, Thane district, Maharashtra.