Transforming the way education is delivered in India has been Atma's long-standing aspiration. With the addition of new organisations to our portfolio we find ourselves closer to this dream than ever before. While Adhyayan works closely with school leadership to change the way learning occurs in schools, St.Willibrord offers international level schooling to children from marginalised communities on the outskirts of Mumbai. We are excited to see how this year unfolds for our ground breaking education non-profits and social enterprises!
Mimaansa, a pioneering non-profit for learning-disabled students has received a grant from the Bombay Community Public Trust, to expand their remedial education program to a Marathi medium municipal school in Thane.
"We are really excited because this expansion means growth for Mimaansa and could be a game changer for students from vernacular medium schools in the State!" ~Poojaa Joshi, Founder- Mimaansa
Towards a brighter future
Atma Portfolio organisation, Bright Future, a non-profit organisation that supports empowerment and employability of economically disadvantaged young adults has opened its doors in a new community! Funded by Tech Mahindra, this new community centre in Kurla will deliver soft skills, vocational training and job placements to over 200 disadvantaged youth over the next year.
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