Bharat Prakarsh Foundation

Works to provide holistic education to underprivileged children through its alternative learning schools, technology, and scholarships

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  • Headquarters

    Chandigarh, Chandigarh

  • Since


BPF supports the education of bright but disadvantaged children studying in government schools. It encourages children to continue their education bey Read moreond elementary school. It firmly believes in the transformative power of education. It works closely with the government schools and community to give young children excellent education. Under the Partnership Initiative with the Chandigarh Administration, BPF monitors 16 AIE centers and 14 Anganwari centers under ICDS (Integrated Child Development Scheme) for quality improvement. It aims to improve the nutritional and health status of pre-school children by providing a package of services including supplementary nutrition, pre-school education, immunization, health check-up, referral services, nutrition and health education.

Demographies Served


  • Opportunity scholarships

    A program to help deserving young students achieve their education and personal goals by supporting them through scholarships covering their tuition fee. It also provides scholarships to 50 children each year studying in Class IX and X, based on academic merit and economic background.

  • Programs for corporates

    The foundation offers support to corporates to set up a named scholarship to deserving students from poor economic backgrounds. The corporate can also contribute teaching aids, computers, stationery, and tuition fees. It also offers support to corporates to arrange for volunteers, sponsor art culture or sports event, and contribute extra teachers for coaching.

  • Project Udaan

    An initiative where the foundation works with over 32 government schools under the category of Alternative Innovative Education (AIE). These schools explore different alternatives in education to encourage the creativity of the child and develop their natural interest towards learning. These schools are engaged in creating and using innovative teaching methodologies to ensure that rote learning does not happen. The target group is children between 6 to 14 years who have never gone to school, from economically deprived families of migrants, daily wage earners, construction workers, and domestic servants. Newly enrolled children who have never gone to school are first taught hygiene and told stories before they start learning the curriculum. To maintain quality, the centers are regularly visited, and attendance, hygiene standards, intelligence engagement, and confidence levels of the children are observed.

Leadership Team

  • Mrs. Neena Singh

    Principal Trustee

  • Mr. Prithpal Singh

    Principal Trustee

  • Mr. Prakarsh Singh

    Principal Trustee

  • Charanjit Singh


  • Sushil Gupta

    Senior Executive Director

  • Manmohan Kohli


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  • 12A


  • 80G


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  • Headquarters

    H. No. 1601, Sector 36 D, Chandigarh, India, 160036


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