There is a discernible gap between the rural and urban education systems due to which rural children face many difficulties. APAR report in 2001 claims that more than 87% of children dropped out before completing their schooling. This eye-opening statistic is the result of several factors such as a lack of tools, inadequate number of schools and infrastructure, financial burdens, and low digital literacy that hinder these children from receiving the schooling they desire.


Comprehensive overall development of every Tribal / Rural child to bring them at par with mainstream society and give them equal opportunities for a brighter future.



Reaching out to over Tribal / Rural students

50 Schools

positively impacted across Maharashtra, Karnataka and Uttarakhand


Teachers provided by KMCT for Educational programs


Students benefiting from digital literacy program since 2015


Toilets constructed in rural schools and villages for sanitisation


Educational material provided since inception

Comprehensive Child Development Project:

Annually Benefiting over 4400 students in 22 schools of Palghar district which includes Family Life Education Programme (FLEP), Soft Skill Development (SSD) and English speaking.

Digital Literacy program:

Established the award winning “E-Learning Computer Labs” in 15 Zilla Parishad Schools of Maharashtra benefiting more than 1700 students since 2015.

Cycle for Education:

Distribution of over 600 cycles since 2017 to rural and tribal middle and high school students to reduce absenteeism and school drop-out ratio due lack of transportation facilities.

Distribution of educational materials:

Supply of - Notebooks to over 1,00,000 students, 10,000 benches to schools in rural and tribal areas, televisions and video players for the E-teach Program and other materials like sports equipment, school bags, cupboards etc benefiting 2,00,000 + tribal/rural students since inception.

Infrastructure Development:

Done in over 10 schools of Maharashtra and Karnataka including school building construction, repairing, colouring and providing sanitation facilities such as constructing more than 500 Toilets in rural schools and villages.

Installation of drinking water purifiers:

In 10 schools of Palghar in collaboration with Tata Swach which will give hundreds of small children access to clean and pure drinking water, saving them from a host of water borne diseases which is one of the top contributors to absenteeism.

Digital Classrooms:

Installation of digital classrooms with rooftop Solar system and tree plantation in 20 ZP schools from Palghar, Wada and Dahanu.

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