Sanskar Tirth, Ajol Village, Gujarat

A residential school educating over 350 girls from remote areas

Majority of students are from economically backward class, schedule cast and schedule tribes. Their parents are marginal farmers, land laborers and artisans. EduCare has sponsored education of 20 girls with a five year commitment so that they are worry free until graduation.

Last year the school informed us that they are in urgent need of toilets, roof and flooring in school sheds, and a safety wall for security of girls. Based on a visit and evaluation, grant was given for the security wall. EduCare’s youth leader Ved Jain also visited the school after the wall completion. The girls are now safer.


From: SANSKAR TIRTH
[mailto:sanskartirth.ajol@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, July 04, 2016 4:08 AM
To: Naresh Jain
Subject: Annual & Progress report of Students


Annual Report of Sanskar Tirth – Ajol – 2015-16
Financial assistance for the education for the girls, labourer and poor people. They are belonging to the socially and economically backward class live in slum area. Sanskar tirth is well known institute for the girl’s education in Gandhinagar district of Gujarat state since last 52 years. More than 350 girls are studying from common, poor and middle class families. We provide them better education.

Sanskar Tirth not only educate them through books but we also try and provide a holistic development in our modest way.

We are glad that Educare have taken interest in our activities for growth through education. We are thanks full of Educare Foundation.

Sometimes ago Sanskar Tirth institute has no compound wall. Hostel building back side is open 125 feet. Wandering dog, fox, wolf or any other person can enter in girls hostel through that. For safety of girls institute needs to construct 125 feet long wall with 10 feet height. Then Educare Foundation helps us $ 2100 for construct the compound wall in 2015-16. We thanks full to Educare foundation for it. Sanskar Tirth hopes please to continue your support for better education and better future of girl students.

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