Collective Social Responsibility (CSR) for PMC Schools mission is to join hands to give the best education to the poorest of poor student studying in PMC Schools in Pune.
Education is the only way ahead for our Society and Pune is known to be an Educational capital of Maharashtra.
Pune has witnessed the origin of many big revolutions in the field of Education.
CSR for PMC Schools aims to be one of them to originate here and spread across the nation.
CSR for PMC Schools aims to redefine “CSR – Collective Social Responsibility”. It is an innovative project with the objective of creating a transparent Eco-system for Equitable and Quality distribution of efforts by all stake holders of the society eg. Government, Corporate, Social Organisations, Clubs, Media and Individuals in Pune.
This unique project does not invite Donations of any kind. It invites participation.
The impact of this project will ensure sustainable, holistic and quality education to more than 1 lac economically weak children studying in PMC Schools.
This is a joint initiative of Pune Municipal Corporation and Shyamchi Aai Foundation.
Shyamchi Aai Foundation (SAF) a not for profit organisation working in the field of education has assisted in funding , conceptualization, design, development and execution as a part of their social responsibility .
This project has been recognised by the Maharashtra Prathamik Shikshan Abhiyan Appraisal report 2014 as an innovative project in CSR in Urban.
Mr. Nikhil Pant, Principal Consultant - National Foundation of CSR (IICA) has also vetted this project and recommends scaling it up to other urban and rural areas in due course of time.
SAF will offer support for implementing this project for the next 5 years before handing it over to the PMC.
SAF along with the PMC has conducted a detailed need analysis based on RTE and identified the gaps existing in each school that can be bridged by joint efforts of the society.
The students of Symbiosis school of economics helped facilitate this need analysis.
The PMC school supervisors and headmasters have validated the data and the needs of the schools.