What can you change by adopting a school?

Adopting a school will enable you to handhold the institution towards becoming safer and more inclusive learning space.

1 in 9 People in West Bengal, according to WHO, have reported mental health issues.

2355 Students committed suicides in Bengal between 2016 and 2018. That’s 2 students per day!

20th rank in education; West Bengal ranked 5th in 1961 and 10th in 1981. There is no other state losing rank as fast as West Bengal.

What are you contributing towards?

School Transformation Project

Our intervention focuses on the development of the entire school by making
impact on all stakeholders by leveraging the following action areas:


For the benefit of our donors, we have multiple groups that they can choose to fund: school, class and individual.

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What changes will you see?

Starting from the end of Year 1 of intervention, metrics at a micro level like academic performance, attendance and day-to-day learning practices show improvement. Over a longer time horizon, more holistic changes are seen in the nature of students as well as in their interaction with one another and society at large.

How do we measure impact of our interventions?

Impact measurement will be undertaken by both quantitative data, in the form of standardized tests administered to the students at the start and end of our intervention, as well as qualitative data, taking into consideration
feedback / observation reports about the child from teachers and school leaders.

    Year 1

  1. Academic Assessments at beginning and end of year.
  2. Assessment of drop-out rates post intervention.
  3. Assessment of attendence at the beginning and end of the year.
  4. Students' project exhibition at the end of year.
  5. Social-emotional learning assessment questionnaire at the beginning and end of the year.
  6. Collect qualitative data on teacher teaching and learning practices at the beginning and end of the year.
  7. Collect testimonals from students, parents and teachers for qualitative data.

    Year 3

  1. Track successful college applications and college attendance for students of class 10 and class 12
  2. Assess drop-out rates every year consistent downward trend to be targeted.
  3. Track violence issues, gender problems, suicide rates and other social-politicial problems from 1 to year 3
  4. Track the number of child marriages each year
  5. Every parameter from year 1 continues to be tracked.