On an average, 30 students attended the activities undertaken at the Resource Center.

  • Participation level of children increased in the school activities
  • Regularity and punctuality of children attending the school improved
  • Students were encouraged to study books, newspapers, solve puzzles, play indoor & outdoor games and learn musical instruments at the Resource Centre
  • E-learning was introduced in which various subjects were taught through animated videos on screen
  • 9 Mohalla Meetings were organized to increase community participation and provide information on different sanitation issues, importance of hand washing, education and project initiatives
  • 2 Gram Sabha Meetings were organized to discuss about the government initiatives, village development, women related issues, education and health
  • 5 Life Skill Education Meetings were organized for the girls to empower them towards improvement in lifestyle, enhancement in decision-making and maintenance of personal hygiene
  • 3 School Management Committees (SMCs) have been formed for better interaction between parents and teachers
  • Creative activities like drawing competitions were organized to promote and enhance cognitive and psychological development of students


  • Levelling of school ground was done with the support of Canon employees
  • A tree plantation drive was conducted in which 50 saplings were planted by employees and students
  • Environment-friendly solar panels were installed to solve the problem of erratic power supply in the school
  • Solar lights were installed to prevent cases of theft/damage during the dark hours
  • Rainwater harvesting project was constructed in the school premises in order to meet water requirements and recharge groundwater

eye care

  • During the year, 625 patients visited the Vision Centre for eye check-up
  • 228 patients were provided with free spectacles
  • 222 patients were screened for cataract operation and referred to the nearby govt. hospital
  • 5 eye screening camps were organized and meetings were held with the community in adjoining villages through organizing eye screening camps and distribution of free spectacles


  • Vocational Training Center (VTC) has been established in the village with an objective to enhance skills of school children along with the village youth. VTC was inaugurated by Mr. Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India on 16th November 2016. In this center, children and village youth are provided training on computer skills. The technical training helps students build self-confidence and empower them to choose their career in the right direction

Infrastructure Development

  • Toilets have been revamped
  • New water tanks, child-friendly water stations and RO facilities have been installed
  • Water harvesting was done for optimum utilization of rain water and to solve the problem of water scarcity
  • Canon employees volunteered to paint the school building