Key Achievements

  • Program covered 37,500 out of school children by 30th April 2018, out of which 33,430 children mainstreamed in government primary schools
  • Satya Bharti
    Learning Centre Program
    Details Since Inception (2014-18)
    No. of centres 1,522
    Mainstreamed 33,816
    Drop out 3,684
    Total children Impacted 37,500

    (Data as on July 2018)

    State wise
    achievement (since inception 2014-18)
    States No. of Centres No. of Children Mainstreamed No. of children Reached
    Rajasthan 1,114 23,533 26,273
    Jharkhand 320 8,373 8,758
    Madhya Pradesh 88 1,910 2,469
    Total 1,522 33,816 37,500

    (Data as on July 2018)

  • Fifteen blocks have been declared free from Out of School children (OOSC) in March 2018 by the respective Block Level Education Department, acknowledging the commendable work done by Bharti Foundation. In these 15 blocks, 18,646 OOSC have benefitted through 846 centres.
  • S N Name
    of Blocks
    No of
    No of
    OOSC mainstreamed
    1 Chohtan 249 6013
    2 Sindhari 55 1362
    3 Ramsar 74 1608
    4 Chauth ka Barwara 16 414
    5 Sawai
    28 501
    6 Gopikandar 36 676
    7 Kathikund 14 477
    8 Masalia 12 335
    9 Bonli 50 945
    10 Amrapara 55 1749
    11 Sarwan 12 245
    12 Philodi 71 1264
    13 Baap 77 1182
    14 Poreyhaat 32 735
    15 Dhorimanna 65 1140
      Total 846 18646
  • 9265 students were mainstreamedin year 2017-18
  • 1522 SBLC Centres have been operated and closed successfully
  • Nearly 1600 Education Volunteers worked in this program, which has generated trained human resourcefor remedial teaching at village level
  • Education Department, at all block and district levels have formally appreciated and acknowledged Bharti Foundation contribution towards identification of out of school children, remedial teaching and mainstreaming of children in government schools.
    1. 79 EVs appreciated by education department in Rajasthan
    2. Rajasthan Council of Elementary Education appreciated the program
    3. Over 250 appreciation letters and formal recognitions received from government officials.
    4. Over 200 print and electronic media reports came about Bharti Foundation program
    5. MP Shri Nishikant Dubey appreciated work of Bharti Foundation.
    6. Secretary, MHRD, Govt of India appreciated Bharti Foundation work to reopen a school
  • Bharti Foundation nominated in the 13-member core Education reformation committee team at Pakur, Jharkhand.
  • Many students in this program (erstwhile drop out children) went on to be selected in Navodaya Vidyalaya (JNV), Eklavya Vidyalaya and Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV), besides 16 students completing class 5 with over 60% marks (first division)
  • Three centres of Swachh Vidyalay Purashkar have been awarded on green band of Swachta and two centres on blue band
  • Barmer, Ramsar, Sawai Madhopur MLAs visited SBLC centres and appreciated Bharti Foundation work with government schools.

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Job Description Academic Mentor

  • To support School Heads / Principals and strengthen the curriculum planning, delivery and class room transaction process for improved effectiveness.
  • To optimize usage and improvement of school’s infrastructure and facilities especially working toilets, functional library, computer labs, Science labs and energized classrooms.
  • To activate critical processes such as sports, drawing and other student cantered activities and events.
  • To smoothen academic operations throughout the year and also non-academic operations viz sports day, annual day, republic day, community volunteering, PTM etc.
  • To support teachers through interactive sessions.
  • To conduct subject wise week in schools for Science, English and Math linked with the annual curriculum.
  • To extend technical support to teachers on subject specific skills.
  • To support on difficult concepts and conduct specific need-based refresher training.
  • To extending support in planning the entire academic year including curriculum rollout, remedial, assessments and processes for ongoing monitoring and mentoring.
  • Candidates should aware about local language.