The Adani Foundation has been facilitating holistic learning in an enabing environment & making it available and affordable to as many children as possible. Using smart technology and engaging partnerships, the Adani Foundation has been nurturing this mission through it’s flagship programs viz. Adani Vidya Mandirs, Adani Schools, Utthan and Gyanodaya.
Adani Vidya Mandir
Adani Vidya Mandir, as the name suggests, is an endeavour to design the 'ideal temples of learning' - for those children who are blessed with talents but face economic disadvantages. Our schools at Ahmedabad (Gujarat), Bhadreshwar (Gujarat), Surguja (Chhattisgarh), and Krishnapatnam (Andhra Pradesh) stand for the Adani Foundation’s commitment towards the underprivileged sections of the society. These schools provide the students a system that is the perfect blend of modern technology and traditional values. Here, the quest for knowledge takes a holistic route. From the morning assemblies to weekly club activities, creativity and expression find many canvases and platforms under one roof.
- Over 3000 students
- 4 Free Schools
- 3 States
More than 24,000 students receive quality education with a human touch at 29 Adani Schools.
Gyanodaya is an online education initiative by the Adani Foundation, helping students from rural areas to learn more efficiently in Jharkhand’s Godda district (declared an aspirational district by NITI Ayog). In collaboration with the Godda District Administration and Eckovation Pvt Ltd, it is delivering a cutting-edge interactive curriculum through smart classrooms.
More than 80000 students | 316 Schools
Utthan aims to improve foundational literacy and numeracy among students by adopting government primary schools. It focuses on mainstreaming Priya Vidyarthis (progressive learners) and enabling holistic development of the schools. An Utthan Sahayak (supplementary teacher) is appointed in each school who acts as a catalyst and facilitator.
The elements of Utthan are:
- Making Learning joyful
- Providing enabling resources and facilities.
- Literacy, numeracy, and skills for life.
- Teachers’ capacity building
- Special focus on ‘Priya’ students and celebrating their progress.
- Strengthening the government primary schools thus they become the primary option to those parents, who are drawn from lower middle class and yearns to provide quality education to their wards.
- Training selected students in NMMS scholarship and JNV entrance examinations.
32,000+ Students | 236 Schools | 3 States | 170 Utthan Sahayaks
Ambuja Niketan Schools
All five Ambuja Schools are managed under the aegis of the Ambuja Vidya Niketan Trust and cater to the children of employees from the Ambuja cement plants and local communities too. Each school is the best in its region. All schools follow CBSE curriculum, from pre-primary to Senior Secondary and English medium for a total of 6000+ students.