Public Private Partnership

PPP is essentially a program run during school hours in the government schools of Mumbai. It aims to support the children in education and accelerate their growth in academics. Taking a very holistic approach, the program has self designed its curriculum on academics, life skill and community transformation to reach the said goals and objectives of the program.

The curriculum has been developed on the Blooms Taxonomy framework to support the 21st centur learning skills of the children . The curriculum is designed comprehensively involving learning through Videos, Games, Projects and Hands-on-Experience. The 4 C’s Creativity, Critical Thinking, Collaboration and Communication will make the students future ready. 


  • To focus on academic assistance by strengthening language learning and mathematical concepts.
  • To eradicate the learning gap created by lack of holistic education delivery in low-income and private schools
  • To bring positive behavioural changes in the students.


PPP program is designed to implement as a during school model with a time table of weekly sessions of academics for concept clarity, digital literacy and life skills to emotional growth throughout the academic year. The program aims to make quality education accessible to all. It intends to reduce the drop outs from formal education through systematic approach which focuses on academic development along with emotional development supplemented with digital.


Curiculum Planning & Implementation Strategy: The curriculum designed for academic uses the Bloom’s taxonomy framework and supports the following sustainable goals laid down by the United Nations.


Sustainable cities & Communities

Good Health &
Well Being


Enforce Gender

The students learn concepts as per the grade level, a behavioural change matrix developed in house monitors their emotional growth, digital literacy skill improves their knowledge in computers and applications making them responsible citizens to enter the phase of adulthood, complete their education by joining competitive colleges.

Student Projects

Academic Engagement
Nutrition distribution
Device distribution