Apni Pathsala is a national-level program of Divi Welfare Society. The Apni Pathshala programme caters to Preschool (3-6 years old), Formal Education (6-18 years school going children), Bridge Course Education (6-18 years old not going to school), and Remedial Education (6-18 years school going children).
A four-pronged holistic approach is followed, with focus on children, teachers, learning environment and community engagement. The target are underprivileged children living in difficult circumstances, children forced to work as labourers, children of the poorest of the poor parents, differently abled children, abandoned and street children, disaster-struck children and children living in tribal belts, remote villages and hard to reach areas.
What are the prime objectives of Apni pathsala
The effort to bring slum children into the education fold. Apni pathshala make learning fun & give education opportunities also aware education importance in our daily life to those children who belong to marginalized communities.To work on the scale to improve the basic education,skills of children raise awareness about the importance of children’s learning outcomes among all stakeholders in education and providing vocational and skills training to create employment opportunities for youth from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds. our aim is that one day, all children in India will receive an excellent education.
our main objective to provide children from economically weak households high-quality education to enable them to rise into the middle class and become global citizens.