• Bharti Foundation, has supported partnering Government Schools in Jorhat and Majuli, Assam under Satya Bharti Quality Support Program to build excellence in schools.
  • The program benefitted more than 1,600 students and 40+ teachers from 30 Government Schools in the districts.

14 April 2023, Assam:  Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises initiated an extensive training under School Excellence Program (SEP) in the academic year 2022-23 for the partnering government schools in Assam.

The program’s aim is to empower heads of schools to enhance the overall schooling experience for the children. It follows a three pronged approach by engaging the schools in development plan, improving students’ performance in co-scholastic interventions and life skill building programs and increasing engagement with parents for school development. Through this program, more than 10,700 students have benefitted while ensuring their holistic development.

In a recent felicitation program, 21 teachers and 13 schools were felicitated for their remarkable contribution towards the success of the program. Mrs. Jonali Kotoky - District Programme Officer (DPO), Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, Jorhat graced the occasion. In continuation with the Jorhat felicitation program, the same was carried out in Majuli district. 10 teachers from 9 schools were felicitated for their efforts towards the success of the program.

About Bharti Foundation

Bharti Foundation was set up in the year 2000 as the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises. It implements and supports programs in primary, secondary and higher education. Since 2006, the flagship, Satya Bharti School Program has been providing free quality education to thousands of underprivileged children in 173 schools in rural India across five states, with a focus on the girl child. The impact of quality education has been widened by transferring the learning and good practices of this program to more than 3 lakh students studying in 808 partnering government schools across 11 States/UTs, through Satya Bharti Quality Support Program(QSP), since 2013. Most of the processes under QSP were found to be pragmatic. Bharti Foundation was invited by several education officers at district and state level to scale up some of the initiatives through Satya Bharti Quality Support Program – At Scale. Satya Bharti Abhiyan, the sanitation initiative started in 2014 till 2021, has benefitted 2,19,872 beneficiaries by improving sanitation conditions in the districts of Punjab, providing access to toilets and by fostering behavioural change in communities. The Foundation has been able to impact more than 2 million children in a meaningful manner through its education programs this year.

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