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CSR for Schools is a Collective Social Responsibility
platform for Pune to unite and give the best education to each child.

The Pune Municipal Corporation provides free education to more than
1 Lac poorest of poor children studying in 320 Primary and 28 Secondary Schools.

There is so much talent in these children. Yet, there are many challenges in giving them the best education.
Come join hands, let us together bridge the gaps and give them the best education they deserve.

How CSR For Schools works

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    See the list of needs of each school and also the Corporate or NGO’s already working with the schools if any.
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    The needs you would like to support
  • EXPRESS INTEREST

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    Submit your interest
  • INTERACT

    Meeting at the CSR Cell for further planning

    Methodology and Plan of action to be reviewed and vetted

    Signing of MOU with the PMC CSR Cell for the activity
  • EXECUTE

    Project implementation and periodic reporting

    Sharing achievements and challenges

    Certificate of completion fromPMC CSR Cell at the end of activity

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Success Stories
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  • Akanksha Foundation

    Thermax Social Initiative Foundation (TSIF) has been partnering with the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) since 2007 to run and manage four of its English medium schools. For its school initiatives, TSIF is supported by its knowledge partner, Akanksha Foundation.
    Under this public-private partnership (PPP) model, the Municipal Corporation provides the infrastructure, regular books and stationery, mid-day meal and school uniforms for the students. Akanksha Foundation is responsible for teacher recruitment, training and setting goals and curriculum for the schools. TSIF takes care of the day- to- day administration and the remuneration of staff and teachers who are on its pay roll.

    Door step Schools

    Door Step School is actively associated with PMC schools from the year 1999 through their following projects:
    Grow with Books conducts three main programs during school hours in 115 PMC schools:
    1. ‘First Steps Forward’ for Std.1 children. The objective is to enable children to be able to read their prescribed text-book at the end of the academic year. It focuses on daily supervised reading with the help of specially designed competency based teaching aids along with stories, games and songs. The results are very encouraging. In 2013-14 62% children were able to read the 1st grade book without difficulty.
    2. ‘Reading Class Program’ in Std. 2 to Std.4 along with lending library in all 115 schools.
    3. In addition to this, in 67 out of the 115 schools there is also a lending library for Std.V to Std.VII students where children can exchange books once every week.
    4. Encouraging creativity in children by conducting various activities such as drawing, story-telling and reading competitions. Recently, 226 number of children participated in writing one page stories. Of these 40 stories have been selected and illustrated by other children. This collection is published in a book titled “ Amachya Goshti, Amachi Chitre “ (Our Stories,Our Pictures)

    Other programs:
    In 2103-14, through its different initiatives such as Every Child Counts – (ECC a citizens’ campaign, which aims at identifying and enrolling all out-of-school children in PMC area all through the year and following their progress); Education Activity Centers - EAC at construction locations and Parents’ Partcipation in Children’s Education - PPCE in and around Kondhwa (PPCE focuses on educating parents in their role as a school going child’s parent), Door Step School has enrolled 2000+ children from various construction sites, brick kilns and slums in PMC schools and arranged transport for nearly 700 children every day with partial financial support from PMC.
    Under PPCE, DSS helped 15 PMC schools to locate frequently absent /dropped-out children.
  • ShyamchiAai Foundation

    ShyamchiAai Foundation has Career Corners in 20 PMC Secondary Schools to help students from Std. 8 onwards to identify their potential, create awareness about the different career options and individual career guidance at Std. 10th based on aptitude test to help in making the right education choices.
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    Quick Heal Foundation

    Pankh is a registered NGO and is doing “Life Skill Education Program” since 2011

    Presently we are covering 9th standard students from 11 PMC Schools. Topics taken under the program are - Self Identity, Acceptance, Sex Education, Attraction; Love; Friendship, Child sexual abuse, HIV/AIDS, Addiction, Study Skills, Behavior change, Managing Emotions, Stress Management, feedback and Pre and post questionnaires are also administered. Parents and teachers meetings are taken after the sessions.

    Name of the schools
    • Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan High School, Bopodi
    • Katraj Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Katraj
    • Maulana Mohamad Ali Johar Urdu Vidya Niketan, Ravivar Peth
    • Shantabai Balkrishna Dhole Patil School, Tadiwala Road
    • Rafi Ahmed Kidvai School, Bhavani Peth
    • Savtribai Phule School, Bhavani Peth
    • Hutatma Balveer Shirishkumar School, Shivajinagar
    • Dr. Vasantdada Patil High School, Shukrawar Peth
    • Baburao Sanas Kanya School, Mangalwar Peth
    • Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil School, Yerawada
    • Yashwantrao Chavan Madhyamik Vidyalaya, Bibwewadi

    We will start counseling centers in 6 schools with immediate effect and others will be included later on.