Promoting Education

Promoting Education

The population of Bihar is over 104 million out of which 1 in every 3 are illiterate. Illiteracy is intrinsically tied into the cycle of poverty, and Bihar is one of the most impoverished states of India.

It is estimated that 33% of the population lives below the national poverty line, which in India ranges from 368-558 rupees (around $6-$9) per month (by comparison, the international poverty rate is around $38 per month).

Bihar also has one of the lowest rates of per capita income in India. According to a report by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), India has the highest population of illiterate adults at 287 million. The statistics point towards the staggering disparities in the educational levels in the country. The illiteracy levels from the year 1991 to 2006 have risen to a whopping 63 per cent.

Considering these issues, we decided to help those children, who want to achieve something in their life. We can't teach them how to learn but we can lessen their struggle by helping them with their school fees'. We search for students with Caliber towards education so as to help them knock out their poor life by gaining enough knowledge through high education. We are already helping more than 100s of students getting educated from well-known schools, colleges, and universities to earn better in future.