Is school mapping a good way to bring in stakeholders
Sugamya Shiksha is a model program conceptualized and planned by GRAAM to make Government schools as a model that enables comprehensive learning environment.
|Project Name||Is school mapping a good way to bring in stakeholders|
|Project Sanction Date||28 Jan 2016|
|Project Period||Jan 2016 to Apr 2021|
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|Implementation Partner||Learning, Skill Development and Livelihood|
The thrust of the program is to have a holistic approach with new initiatives for strengthening the government programs/activities of the schools.
Project Result / Accomplishments:
Sugamya Shiksha has come a long way since its inception in 2016. The project was implemented in a phased manner, starting with 3 schools in one district, expanded to 35 schools in six districts and has successfully reached 10478 students this year. This year 2019-20, 15 new schools and 2 new districts were included. Sugamya Shiksha program is implemented with a team of 162 young and committed youths striving hard for the holistic development of the government schools