Education and Skill development for Inclusive Growth

Shyamala Dalvi


The foundation of an Inclusive society hinges on the strength of its social and educational environment. To translate this into reality

As the engineering and vocational training partner, ESI, is carrying out awareness programmes for developing rapport with local people through the "Nandini Van", training of youth for creating positive mindset towards social health, organizing vocational training programmes for women and youth, construction of toilets in villages, water harvesting systems and compost pits in schools.

As the education development partner, AGES, is conducting activities for enhancing the quality of education in the Government run schools of five schools in four villages. This is being done through a one-time quality assessment; teacher training, leadership development and implementation and coordination of the project.

An increased awareness of social welfare and possible remedies to challenges, increased health and hygiene of the people, women and girl child empowerment, vocational training for youth, infrastructure improvement, enhancing the quality of education will lead to a sense of belongingness and social pride amongst the people of these underdeveloped villages.


SPEGL through their Corporate Social Responsibility for the welfare and social upliftment of the people residing in Kodinar Taluka; Junagadh District; Gujarat, has partnered with Environment Sanitation Institute (ESI) - a national level NGO working for improving the lives of the lesser privileged, Gandhinagar, Gujarat and Academy for Global Education Services (AGES),Mumbai, an educational  consultancy company empanelled by CBSE for accreditation of its affiliated schools.

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