Indian youth club Initiative, is committed to raise the level of education and literacy in rural India and help disadvantaged children realize their full potential. The project seeks to ensure quality education for children in rural areas in order to create equal opportunities for all to participate in and benefit from India’s economic growth.

With English computer based education, primary education complemented by innovative methods for overall development and blossoming of each individual. Indian youth club empower rural children to meet future challenges. Sad guru’s intention and goal is to start at least many English ‘Computer Friendly’ Matriculation School expected to benefit over all students when fully functional.

Indian youth club offers several opportunities for committed individuals and socially every person to participate in this endeavor – from donating land to establish a school, providing capital to set up the infrastructure and sponsoring students, to contributing towards various other facilities and equipment, such as computer labs, sports facilities, transport facilities, books, school uniforms, supplemental food for the children etc. Our combined initiative and support will make all the difference in the life and future of rural children who thus far have been deprived of any chances to participate in a fast paced, globalized world.

Indian youth club are significant ability to reach out to marginalized sections in remote areas where Government welfare schemes have not been able to reach. Indian youth club are close to the field level realities and also have the potential to advocate the marginalized people‚ Indian youth club voice at the national and the international level, seeking to create a more egalitarian social order. At the same time Indian youth club implementing various developmental programs.

In India, the failure of the state is seen particularly in the field of basic education. There is an urgent need to assure education for all as India accounts for one in four of all children out of school worldwide and half of the population in the country is still illiterate.

In order to assess the NGOs contribution to the field of education, it is essential to understand what is meant by basic education. At the landmark international meeting, World Conference on Education for All, basic education was defined as indispensable passport to life‚ that will enable people to choose what they do, to share in building up the collective future and to continue learning. Basic education is essential, if inequality among the genders.

The objectives underlined in the Indian youth club Declaration special significance in the Indian context. Though the right to free compulsory primary education till age 14 is a directive principle of State Policy (Article 45) of the Indian Constitution, universal primary education is yet to become a reality in the country. The problems in India are multifarious in nature. Not only is there an absence of adequate infrastructure but social, economic and cultural barriers as well. Here the NGOs who work in close association with the communities can play a crucial role in imparting effective education to children especially in the areas where the Government schools are not able to cover or they are not functioning properly.

The Government view

NGOs are working to fill the vacuum created by the Governmental inaction in the social fields such as education, health etc. Government also recognizes that it is not possible to cover the entire country only through the Governmental agencies. International agencies are also working to support and implement Government‚ efforts in India. For example, the Ministry of Labour has been collaborating with NGOs and in their implementation of and. The Government found it useful to allot the work to the NGOs mainly in two ways. One, NGOs are able to reach out to the needy and the other is that NGOs can show good examples. Another important aspect in the NGO-Government relationship is that NGOs are bridging the Government development schemes with the villages. Under the Ministry of Rural scheme and also trying to make villages aware of various Government schemes meant for the development of poor communities in the project areas.