Education

Adani Foundation’s resolve to make quality education available and affordable to as many children as possible has taken the form of several cost-free schools as well as subsidized schools across India. Many smart learning programs as well as projects to adopt government schools are being run in remote areas to ensure the realization of true potential of children.

It also aids Aanganwadis and Balwaadis by creating a fun-filled environment for the children. The replicability and scalability of these educational models are ensuring that more and more children can become beneficiaries and pave their way towards a bright future

Cost free quality education to more than 2100 students annually

Subsidized quality education to more than 2600 students annually

Reaching out to over 100,000 children through 600 government schools and balwadis

Education Initiatives

Adani Vidya Mandirs

Adani Vidya Mandirs provide completely free high-quality education, along with free transportation, uniforms, books and nutritious food to meritorious students who come from economically weaker sections of the society. These schools have state-of-the-art infrastructure and facilities and are currently operating in Ahmedabad and Bhadreshwar in Gujarat and Surguja in Chhattisgarh.

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Adani Schools

The Adani Foundation provides subsidized quality education to more than 3300 students through the following schools: Adani Public School in Mundra (Gujarat), Adani Vidyalaya in Tirora (Maharashtra), Adani Vidyalaya in Kawai (Rajasthan), Navchetan Vidyalaya in Junagam (Gujarat), Adani DAV Public School in Dhamra (Odisha), Navayuga World School in Krishnapatnam (Andhra Pradesh)

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Gyanodaya

Adani Foundation in partnership with the District Administration and Eckovation Solutions Pvt. Ltd. launched Gyanodaya project in August 2018 to promote e-learning through Smart Classes. Gyanodaya project covers 241 govt. schools of Godda district of Jharkhand benefitting more than 65,000 students.

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Utthan

The Government of Gujarat approved Adani Foundation’s proposal to adopt 17 Government Primary Schools in the Mundra taluka in Gujarat covering seven villages namely, Zarpara, Navinal. Shiracha, Nanakapaya, Tunda, Wandh and Dhrub on May 25, 2018. As of now, 5017 students, 24 schools at 35 villages are the direct beneficiaries. Adani Foundation has adapted 10 schools in Hazira 10 schools, on 27th November, 2019 and eight schools in Nakhatrana on 21st November, 2019.

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Aamchi Shala Adarsha Shala Competition

The “Aamchi Shala Adarsha Shala” competition is a community engagement initiative by Adani Foundation in collaboration with the District Education department. It is aimed to motivate and rejuvenate the Government primary & upper primary schools. Under this initiative, a competition is held across government schools – it is designed on the basis of 41 quality parameters under 11 heads, which cover all aspects required to improve the standard of a school including quality of education and required amenities.

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