Seva Prakalp Education Projects

Seva Prakalp is running various educational institutions for tribal children which helps them to get educated and raise there living standards.

Hostel For Girls Whose Parents Have Leprocy

Life is miserable for healthy children whose parents have leprosy. They are forced to live isolated life and gradually they become beggars. The society is reluctant to accept them.

In order to ensure that such children also live better and respectable life, Seva Prakalp Sansthan has built a new hostel at Rudrapur named ‘Dudhiya Bawa Kanya Chhatravs’. Girls from 5 to 6 years of age are accepted. Besides providing them free hostel facility and proper education, the feelings of patriotism, discipline, character and other good qualities are inculcated.

At present there are 85 girls between the age of 5 to 12 years came from Leprosy Centers at Bareilly, Allahabad, Rampur, Dhampur, Badayun (all in U.P.), Delhi and Punjab. The strength is likely to be increased to 125 within one year.

Hostel For Students

The remoteness of vanvasi areas and their economic conditions have deprived their children the much needed education and development. Free hostels are therefore run to overcome these problems.

Seva Prakalp Sansthan is running four free hostels having students from tribal areas at primary, high school, graduate and post graduate levels.

Two hostels are for boys, one at Sidkul, Sitarganj in Uttarakhand and another at Saharanpur in Western U.P.

Two hostels are for girls both at Rudrapur in Uttarakhand out of which one hostel is exclusively for the healthy girls whose parents have leprosy.

There are 150 boys and girls mostly from North East States viz. Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, Arunachal, Mizoram, Nagaland and Manipur in these hostels.

Tuition Centers and Bal Sanskar Kendra

Tuition Centers and Bal Sankar Kendra are run to spread literacy and also to try to inculcate in students patriotism, discipline, character and good qualities besides quality education.

Seva Prakalp Sansthan is running four Primary Schools and one Secondary School in tribal areas of the State. About 2000 students, both boys and girls, are studying there.