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This is a place of hope for those thousands of children whose future would not be defined by their background, caste, religion or economic status, but with their hard work they will write their own future. There futures will be unlimited and Takshila education will provide the platform for these children to fulfill their dreams


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A student has to pay high fees and travel miles every day to get better quality education. Common families rarely see their Childs dream of having a quality education become any more than a dream. Families sacrifice even basic necessities to provide a better life and education for their children; still, their dream is too far to be achieved. We would like to give an opportunity to the thousands of children who do not have any hope. With this project, we will change the futures of thousands

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Our mission is to bring world class education to the door step of impoverished children in order to improve the socioeconomic well-being of the region. Takshila Institute is based on the idea of Dewey’s education theory which states that education and learning are social and interactive processes. We would provide students with hands-on and experience-based learning opportunities. Thus the teacher becomes a partner in the learning process, guiding students to independently discover meaning within the subject area.

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Comment by Rajesh Kumar on December 13, 2012 at 8:19pm

This is a place of hope for those thousands of children whose future would not be defined by their background, caste, religion or economic status, but with their hard work  they will write their own future. There futures will be unlimited and Takshila education will provide the platform for these children to fulfill their dreams.

 

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