Anyone can Code program
Senior students well-equipped with computer science skills have volunteered to teach children from rural areas coding. These classes are held regularly in line with a set schedule.
The trust houses around 5 to 10 computers in each branch on need basis. Students are encouraged to utilise this, become digitally literate, and explore the larger world.
Trained and experienced teachers provide both theoretical and practical lessons for students to help them navigate a rapidly changing technology driven world.
Core Subjects taught by alumni
The Trust’s alumni have stepped in and started sharing their skills, time and knowledge besides volunteers.
Students taking tests
Frequently students write tests. These tests highlights improvement needs of students
One to One mentoring
help current and younger students phase into their college life. This is not
just in the realm of academics but in the journey of interpersonal growth as