No. Name of Institution Group Head Brief Write-up
1 Arpana Centre (Gyan Arambh) Iqbal Judge Gyan Arambh is Arpana’s educational support program carried out at Arpana’s Centre in Vasant Vihar, New Delhi. It is designed to meet the academic needs and life aspirations of children who are first generation learners from marginalised homes/families. This is provided through tuition support in various subjects conducted after normal school hours by PG teachers.
2 Balvantray Mehta School (AM) Rashmi Jain Balvantray Mehta Vidya Bhavan (BMVB), is a senior-secondary co-educational integrated English-medium public school, affiliated to the CBSE.  It is located in Greater Kailash-II, New Delhi. TTM! mentoring is offered to students from EWS backgrounds.
Balvantray Mehta School (PM) Anushree Mahajan
3 Babu Brish Bhan DAV Sr Sec. Public School, Sangrur Kavleen Rikhy This institution  is situated in a small village in Sangrur district in the Punjab called Moonak. It is a K-12 English medium school, affiliated  with the CBSE. It has over 1200 students on its rolls,  and draws children from a 35 km radius!
4 East Point School Sabina Gujral Located in Vasundhara Enclave,New Delhi, East Point School runs under the aegis of the East Point Education Society. The Society is a non-profit group aiming to provide quality education to the masses at an affordable price.
5 Guruvidya Foundation Pranamita Sarma Guruvidya Foundation is a registered Foundation with its centre in Gurugram. It is dedicated to elevating the educational standards  and life skills of underprivileged students from private and government schools in th area. The centre is equipped with facilities for online and in-person learning. Currently it is providing academic support in different CBSE subjects for Class 10 students.
6 JEET Tutorials Swati Bajaj A tutorial centre in Gurgaon (Chakkarpur) for youth from EWS backgrounds.  Students are from various schools in the Gurugram area, and the centre, run by an IIT alumnus, prepares them for IIT’s and other professional insitutions. It is supported by various NGO’s.
7 Literacy India Usha Swarup Literacy India (LI) was started in 1996 as a non-profit organization with the objective of educating underprivileged women and children. LI’s motto is to impart basic education to women and children by providing education not in a typical classroom manner, but by  wider exposure in a socio-cultural environment. This includes fun activities and drama, dance, role plays, etc.
8 MCKS Food for the Hungry Foundation ,Delhi Aditi Nadgauda Established in 2005, the Delhi foundation has delivered more than 13 million meals to people in need. In addition, they support several schools with mid-day meals and nutrition support programs and provide food to orphanages, old peoples’ homes, hospitals & community centres.
To  further their mission of ‘Giving to Empower’, they run several educational support and skill development programs. They run 21 education centres in the poorest districts of Kalahandi in Odisha, an integrated career development program for the hospitality industry, provide college scholarships to women, and run an education support centre in Delhi.
9 Mensa India Gurgaon Surita Banerjee Project Dhruv is the Underprivileged Gifted Child Identification and Nurturing Program of Mensa India. Currently there are about 200 Dhruv Scholars. These scholars qualify in the top two percentile as per Mensa’s worldwide norms . Regular mentoring, counselling and nurturing sessions are held to ensure the well being of the scholars.
10 Mensa India Rishikesh Priya Suri Dhawan Mensa India Rishikesh is the new addition under the umbrella of Project Dhruv. There are Mensa scholars from Grade 9 and 11, studying across diferent institutions namely Swami Dayanand Saraswati Career Public Inter College, Omkarananda Saraswati Nilayam School and Modern Public School.
11 Nai Disha Educational and Cultural Society Madhur Bhargava Situated in Vasant Kunj, New Delhi,the Disha Educational and Cultural Society  helps students from various schools with homework, skill development and English conversation. It focuses on getting out -of- school children up to the level where  they can be main streamed. All the students are from EWS backgrounds. It also helps provide vocational training to women from under-privilged backgrounds thereby empowering them to become financially independent.
12 Salaam Balak Trust (NCR/Mumbai) Pincha Singh Established in 1989, SBT was created with funding from filmaker Mira Nair after launching Salaam Bombay, which  featured  real street children. They have several care homes in Mumbai, Delhi and the NCR providing holistic care to over 500 children. The children go to regular schools and are provided fresh home cooked food, medical attention,personal hygiene, counselling support, education, creative development, yoga, sport, life skill training for job readiness and income generation.
13 Saraswati Senior Secondary School, Yamuna Nagar Tanu Priya Puri SSSS, YNR was established in 1949 as Saraswati Basic School.  It was upgraded to Senior Secondary in 2020 with the aim of providing free education and equal opportunities to the children of the workers of SSM who otherwise could not afford to educate their children in private schools. The school is a co-educational, Hindi medium, Senior Secondary School, affiliated to the Haryana Board of School Education,  Bhiwani.  It is situated in the Sugar Mill colony of Yamuna Nagar, Haryana.
14 Udayan Care Amita Saluja Udayan Care aims to serve the underserved sections of society that require intervention and support.  Registered in 1994 as a Public Charitable Trust, Udayan Care works to empower vulnerable children, women and youth in 25 cities across 14 states in India.  Starting with the establishment of just one small family home (Ghar) for orphaned and abandoned children in Sant Nagar, Delhi, in 1996, Udayan Care has spread its work for disadvantaged groups during the last 25 years by establishing more family homes, helping girls’ education, providing vocational training etc.
15 Udyam Trust Rajni Saxena Udyam is a non-profit organization working towards holistic development of underprivileged children and women in Delhi for the last 22 years. Each child is supported by giving him or her a strong educational foundation, self-esteem and ethical values . It is also works towards empowerment of women, who are the pillars of the family. It operates study centres at three different locations in South Delhi where it offers students opportunities to not just become literate but also develop their personalities and value systems.
16 Ullas Trust Iqbal Judge Ullas Trust is a Polaris Foundation social initiative started in 1997. The primary motive of Ullas is to recognize academic excellence in students from  economically challenged sections of society. Scholars are drawn from college going students (selected from ‘scholars’ in Delhi, Hyderabad and Chennai). Mentors will be provided by Ullas with TTM! providing  educational resources and training..
17 Vidya Roshan Charitable Trust (VRCT) Priya Suri Dhawan Founded in 1992, VRCT is a grass-roots level NGO based in Gurugram.  Its basic objective is women’s empowerment,  A large proportion of the beneficiaries are migrant workers, including labourers, factory workers, hawkers, security guards, etc.
18 Vidya School ,Gurgaon Neelam Kapur Vidya School, launched in 2009, is one of the leading educational institutions in Gurugram providing excellent education to underprivileged children.  It has advanced classrooms, a well equipped library and lab facilities. The focus is on all round development and children are exposed to life skills and cultural programmes on a regular basis.