Our work in Education

Aarohi Bal Sansar (ABS), began as a primary school in 1994. It is now a middle school catering to to 150+ students from surrounding villages in a 7 km radius. The environment-friendly school buildings, a large playground, a 1:11 teacher-student ratio, a healthy blend of academics and co-curricular activities, creative teaching, and inputs from experts, volunteers combine to make the school a space where children can magically discover and explore their world, learn to appreciate life in all its hues. The school firmly believes that joy and fulfillment in a child's formative years ensures development of a healthy, sensitive and responsible individual.

In keeping with its vision 'Holistic development of personality in a joyful environment', Aarohi Bal Sansar (ABS), has followed a growth trajectory designed to bring meaningful and quality education to children from remote rural villages in and around Satoli.

Taking this a step further, Aarohi initiated the outreach programme in 2016 to support and strengthen the government pre-school/primary education system in remote areas by improving teaching and learning practices. The project aims at promoting holistic learning opportunities for the children in Ramgarh and Okhalkanda block.

The Hari Krishna Trivedi Memorial Fund (HKT) began with a corpus grant for education and health related work to be instituted in the village of Supai and surrounding villages in District Almora was willed to Aarohi by late Mrs Kamla Trivedi, whose husband was a native resident of the village.

Together with the Trivedi family, Aarohi conceived of a programme for providing scholarships, specifically, for young girls; delivering mobile health services and health camps; promoting computer literacy and conducting educational activities with the primary school children in Supai.

Apart from the school and outreach services, Aarohi has a range of scholarship programs to support the primary and higher education of children. These programs include:

Scholarship Beneficiaries Criteria for selection
ABS Children from the local area who need financial help to attend ABS. Families with limited financial means, with a single parent or parent with a disability.
Ilya (In memory of an ABS student) ABS students Strong academic performance, talent in sports, music, arts and crafts or showing leadership potential
Outstation ABS 8th Std students who wish to pursue their education in any city/town in Uttarakhand until 12th Std Strong academic performance
Seema Nazareth (In memory of late Seema Nazareth) Girls wishing to pursue graduate-level or vocational education Limited financial means, academic performance