Srijan Ek Soch

Empowers rural communities through various initiatives such as education, health, livelihood, and environment

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  • Headquarters

    Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

  • Since


Srijan Ek Soch focuses on empowering rural communities through various social initiatives. It aims to promote education, healthcare, livelihood and en Read morevironmental sustainability in rural areas. The organisation's education programme focuses on providing quality education to underprivileged children, particularly girls. Its healthcare programme includes providing medical facilities and awareness programmes to ensure access to healthcare for all. Srijan also works on promoting sustainable livelihoods by providing training and resources to rural farmers, artisans and women entrepreneurs. In addition, the organisation's environment programme encourages sustainable development and conservation of natural resources through initiatives such as tree plantation drives, waste management and renewable energy.


Srijan - Ek Soch has impacted more than 5000 children across 20 plus villages along with 50 plus project associates across 4 states in India.

Vision & Mission

Our Mission

To establish a sustainable governance model for Education, Skill Development and Healthcare in towns and villages which lack academic infrastructure and adequate facilities.

“Srijan Ek Soch” through its specially designed curriculum and unique academic modules aspires to unlock the hidden potential of children and create a self-sustaining society by sharing wisdom and spreading the reach of education.

Our Vision

Our vision is to create a literate and educated society and it can be realized only by providing quality education and spreading awareness among the children and their families.

Donor History

Computer Shiksha
NIIT Foundation - (HP Alpha Initiative)
Quick Heal Foundation
Bhargava Phytolabs
Koita Foundation


  • Continuity of Education or Saksham Bharat Programme

    Saksham Bharat is an initiative aimed at ensuring continuity of education. The programme touches primary, higher and senior students in schools in a bid to encourage them to pursue education through talent recognitions, youth camps, seminars and talent hunts. Routine interaction with parents and teachers is maintained besides ensuring success through periodic aptitude tests, extra-curricular activities and sports etc.

  • Healthcare or Swasth Bharat Programme

    This programme works to provide healthcare services to rural communities in India. It offers medical check-ups, diagnostic tests and health camps to raise awareness about preventive healthcare and promote healthy lifestyles. The programme has a team of healthcare professionals and volunteers who work together to provide affordable healthcare services, improve hygiene and sanitation practices, establish water filtration plants and public toilets.

  • Skill Development or Nipun Bharat Programme

    Nipun Bharat programme aims to provide education and vocational training to underprivileged youth in India. The program aims to empower young people with skills and knowledge that will help them secure better job opportunities and improve their socio-economic status. Nipun Bharat offers courses in various fields, including IT, healthcare, hospitality, and agriculture and provides training and certification to participants.

  • Swasth Bharat

    Initial healthcare support to villages which are not having PHC

  • Saksham Bharat

    Srijan is a thought, a pledge to transform India and its people, especially those who are living on the edge, who are marginalized and deprived of the basic education, basic health facilities and last not the least who have no financial and social security to make a decent and dignified living. We work to establish a sustainable governance model towards a holistic development of rural villages in the field of education, health awareness and skills development. We cater to all age groups, gender, caste, religions of India and try to make them self-sufficient and independent. Our project’s aim is to provide digital and high-quality education in government schools of rural India to increase continuity of education among underprivileged children and make the youths employable by improving their vocational skills along with increased health awareness of the elderly. Education & livelihood are key pillars of any economy and if the gaps are not addressed at the earliest then India could be left behind in terms of sustainability/growth. Our approach is to systematically understand issues at the ground level of rural India and then deploy existing idea to make the self-reliant villages by adopting them by the supporting of native locals. Our approach is to systematically understand issues at the ground level of rural India and then deploy existing idea: (a) Digitalize rural India with high quality online/offline EdTech. (b) Build a network and team or local youths (livelihood creation) who can eventually be entrepreneurs to run our centres. (c) Build and handover long term sustainability plans to the local administration after successful implementation of the project. (d) Bring data driven decision making using technology that would help us analyse the impact and continuously improve our model. (e) Build a state of art technology based Mohalla Education & Health Centres that would be one of kind in rural India. We would aim to achieve the objectives to build a sustainable operational model by (a) Building a realistic and sustainable long-term vision that is relatable to the local youths & natives. (b) Leverage the already trained and available resources that have gone through the learning curve. Use their knowledge and experience to expand the Srijan working model. (c) Develop a strong local connect of youths. Aim would be to train them and get them ready as entrepreneurs to run the local centres/model. (d) Involve local stakeholders to maintain continuity and monitor progress. (e) Involving people and corporate(s) from various background to support the project further making is financial stable and sustainable. Opportunity is to develop a sustainable model that supports the entire village ecosystem. Well documented project results & impact can help us get support from not only from a range of external stakeholders/donors but also beneficiaries. (a) Develop a very strong local connect and involve the key stakeholders from Day 1 of the project initiation. (b) Develop a strong communication strategy so that our project results/impacts can be shared with a large audience/beneficiary. (c) Diversify funding sources: The most important aspect of sustainability is to diversify our donor base and to develop long term partnerships with donors to support our endeavour. We try not just look at the traditional donor agencies but explore new opportunities as well. (d) Develop long term vision: The impact and results of our project/model should make rural India self-sustainable

Impact Metrics

  • Supported Students in Their Education

    Program Name

    Saksham Bharat Programme

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2018-19 300
    • 2019-20 1500
    • 2020-21 3000
    • 2021-22 5000
    • 2022-23 15000
  • Provided Health Support to Villagers

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 2000
    • 2020-21 5000
  • %Age Increase in Student Attendance

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  • Student Dropout %Age Reduction

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 20
    • 2020-21 2000
    • 2021-22 2500
  • Outcome Based Curriculum Implementation Achievemen

    Year-wise Metrics
  • Primary Healthcare Awareness Camps

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 10000
    • 2020-21 100000
    • 2021-22 200000
  • Primary Healthcare Treatment

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 2000
    • 2020-21 10000
    • 2021-22 20000
  • Teleconsultation

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 50
    • 2020-21 500
    • 2021-22 2000
  • %Age Increase in Student Attendance

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2020-21 300
    • 2021-22 1500
  • Outcome Based Curriculum Implementation Achievement (%Age)

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 20
    • 2020-21 5000
    • 2021-22 7500

Theory of Change

Reducing the delta between urban and rural india by providing means & governance through a self sustainable model of growth.

Milestones & Track Record

Target 1 (Achieved) - Cater to 25 villages (pilot phase) with 5000+ beneficiaries with reduction of drop out rate by 10% in primary education, provide basic healthcare awareness / facilities and skills education.
Challenges: Building trust with natives, collaborating with govt and finding youths to run the organization at ground level.
Target 2 (Ongoing) - Cater to 100 villages with over 2L+ beneficiaries in education, healthcare and skills development initiatives.
Challenges: Scalability, Donors for Bundelkhand, UP Govt and District Administration

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Leadership Team

  • Disha Srivastava

    Chief Executive Officer

  • Punit Dubey

    Director - Integration & Compliance

  • Nikhil Srivastava

    Director - Education

  • Puja Jha

    Director - Public Relations

  • Vikas Tiwari

    Director - Skill

  • Ravindra Gupta

    General Secretary/ Director of Operations

  • Vinay Gupta

    Head Operations

  • Prabhat Saxena

    Founder and President

  • Disha Shrivastava


  • Nikhil Srivastav

    Director Finance

Demographics & Structure

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  • Diversity Metrics

    50% women


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Organisation Structure

Organisation Structure


Awards & Recognitions

Best NGO in UP - Right Choice Award
India Impact Summit

Registration Details

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  • 12A


  • 80G


  • FCRA


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  • Headquarters

    Villa 21 , Eldeco City, IIM Road, Bithaulu Khurd, Lucknow, 226020


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Government Partnerships

GAIL District Administration - Barpeta, Assam