Help a child overcome learning challenges by Navjyoti India Foundation

Help a child overcome learning challenges

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This program is fully funded because of donors like you.


Every monthly donation helps to educate more kids like Kajal

Learning Challenges with no help often result in children dropping out of school. Kajal, a grade 4 student from an underserved area in Delhi faced challenges grasping what the teachers taught her. However, her parents were illiterate and with limited income couldn't afford a tutor.

Kajal was losing interest in studies when she was enrolled in the Remedial Education Project. With a little support, she began to improve and has consistently scored 60% in academics. Now is high school, she volunteers to spread the cause of education. She surveyed a slum as a part of a project to mainstream dropout children.

Many kids like Kajal are on the verge of dropping out for the want of a little help, you can help save their future.

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About The Program

What the beneficiary gets
Remedial Education
What you get
Tax Exemption
Periodic Reports
Program Description

The Remedial Education Project by Navjyoti India Foundation reaches out to the vulnerable children of Bawana Resettlement Colony, New Delhi who have little support from their parents to reinforce school learning. Their learning levels are found far below the minimum expected learning levels of the grades in which they are studying.

These children are enrolled in the Remedial Education Project in class I and then efforts are directed to retain them till class 10, continuously working on enhancing their learning and bridging the gap that exists between the minimum expected and the present levels. A tailor-made class wise curriculum is developed to enhance their learning from their present level. Children are also encouraged to participate in community activities. they are also nurtured to

A simple step like a remedial class can make a life-changing difference in the life of children like Kajal.

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About The NGO

Navjyoti India Foundation
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Navjyoti India Foundation

Navjyoti India Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation which challenges the social inequalities and empowers the vulnerable by making them independent to help themselves. Navjyoti began with an aim to improve, correct de-addiction and rehabilitation of the drug addicts as a crime prevention measure. They have established many camps and programs to help people to face the economic and social challenges.

They have their members over to 4900 to assist the poor people by their outreach activities.They also focus to empower women through various projects, they have educated 1109 women till now. They have cover 977 women and children were skilled in the skills up-gradation program. Because of their hard work and dedication, they were awarded 'The Pride of India Award 2015' by the Toppers Education Society Education; 'The Promoting Women Empowerment Award 2016' by the Ph.D. Chamber 'Women Empowerment.

They were also awarded the Swachh Doot' Award 2016 by the North-Ex Cooperative Society for their Environment & Social Reform; 'Health Care Leadership Award 2012' by the Knowledge Resource Development and Welfare Group Health Care;and Quality Initiative Mission Award 2013 for Innovation and Excellence in School Education by the Knowledge Resource Development and Welfare Group(KRDWG) Child Education.

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Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Ved Bhushan

areas of operation
Area of Operation
Area of Operation

After school program | education

location of work
Location of Work
Location of Work


Awards And Recognitions
Awards And Recognitions

2016: LACP 2014/15 Vision Awards

2016: Guide Star Transparency Badge

2013: Roshan Phukan Award

2013: Uttar Pradesh Excellence Award

last audited
Last Audited
Last Audited by GiveIndia

December 2018

Verification Visit Reports
Verification Visit Reports

Verification Report 1

Program Updates

Program Updates

5 October, 2021

Remedial Education Program | Navjyoti India Foundation



23 March, 2021

3S - Holistic Development Program (3S - Shiksha, Sanskar & Skills)



Navjyoti alumni moved to university for shaping up their careers. Neeraj enrolled in the first year of B.E. – Electronics & Electronics Communication and Nemat got the lateral entry in Civil Engineering course. Child Education Program team and students are continuing with the optimum use of technology with whatever the limited resources they have. Special Session for students – Nurturing Lives, a students’ based organisation is helping students in learning English. Gender sensitization workshop for boys was held fortnightly. A team of volunteers is continued to helping students with weekly sessions on “Find The Power With In”. COVID-19 awareness & support –Navjyoti team members and beneficiaries got an orientation on COVID-19 online skilling program from Wadhwani Foundation. They underwent the assessment and got the certification as well. The needy ones were supported with dry ration kits received from Smile Foundation. 500 dry ration kits and 300 masks and sanitizers were distributed in the community. New Initiatives – A 19 days campaign on prevention of child sexual violence and abuse was held in association with WWSF (World Women Summit Federation) and DLSA (District Legal Services Authorities), Gurugram. Students had session Prevention of bullying, child labour, CSAM (Child Sexual Abuse Material), neglect, corporal punishment & ICTs danger. Personality Development Program – Navjyoti Hunar Academy has become a virtual institution where children can enhance their skills as per the interest areas. Navjyoti Alumni now training their juniors with the expertise they have acquired being a student at Navjyoti. Virtual Tour –The first-ever international virtual tour to Sydney, Australia was held for Navjyoti students. Students experienced the very famous Harbor Bridge and Opera House. In-kind support – The technology sources have become a boon in this pandemic but the students are at Bawana Slums are deprived of technology. In these critical moments ST Foundation provided 20 laptops and Evalueserve provided 12 tablets to the students who did not have any source of using virtual classes and session with the help of technology. Alliances & Partnerships–SD Public School, Pitampura conducted an ATL workshop for Navjyoti students and Vision Spring facilitated an awareness session on eye. Events & Celebrations – Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated virtually. Games & quizzes and a classical dance performance were held for students. Students made Diwali greetings cards and diya painting on Diwali. A virtual cake making workshop was held on Christmas. “Learning Maths with fun” workshop held for students on the occasion of Ramanujan Day.

5 August, 2020

Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way.


Every student can learn, just not on the same day, or the same way.

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• A total of 1214 out of 1421 students are actively engaged through online teaching-learning which is 85% of the total enrolled as on date. • An exclusive group of 139 weak students has been made and mentors assigned. About 50% of students responded to work given by mentors.

  1. PTMS

• PTMS were conducted for all the classes and 1338 parents were reached out (94%)


• Online events, webinars, and competitions are being organized regularly covering areas of awareness on COVID -19, life skills, Drug Abuse, joyful learning, communication skills, where more than 500 beneficiaries participated enthusiastically in drawing, poem, and slogan writing competitions. • Extracurricular activities like music, guitar class, art & craft classes are conducted regularly and ensured 50% attendance of students in these activities.


• 3069 families covered through cooked food & dry ration distribution in Bawana in the month of April & May 2020.


• 754 parents connected individually by mobiliser to generate awareness on COVID - 19 and know about their well being


• Our children are actively working to reach out to other children of the community through online mode as part of an early leadership program called Bal Gurukul. About 70 students are reaching out to 170 other students of the community.