Results so far

Since 2018, Shraddha Maanu has provided 250 underprivileged children, many of them first-generation learners, a fun and effective after-school program in English, Math, and Science.

These children, who had previously learned using rote-learning pedagogy and limited infrastructure, blossomed in Vipasana's participative and engaging environment.

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How does Vipasana work?

Targets socio-economically disadvantaged children

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Vipasana engages primary school children in comfortably-paced after-school sessions with qualified and trained educators, where teacher to student ratio is 1:12.

Transforms syllabus into learning

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The Multiple-Intelligence methodology is used to make sessions joyful. With a mix of lessons, activities, and games, students learn better and remember longer.

Creates independent learners

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Vipasana focuses on students' core skills and helps them develop proficiency in language, math, science, and culture.

The approach

At Vipasana, no child gets left behind.

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How does a Vipasana child benefit?

A Vipasana child develops the fundamental knowledge needed to succeed in secondary education.

Cognitive and analytical skills

Social, cultural and emotional skills

Language and conceptual skills

Confidence at school and in life

Case studies

Mathivannan's father is an auto-driver, and his mother a housewife. They did not want to see their bright 7 year old toil the way they had to make ends meet. But how were they to help him with his studies while all their time went on putting food on the table?