Pragyavataran Educational Society is a Micro Community program designed for Education & Healthcare. Education & Healthcare coverage can be taken as palpable yardsticks of a Nations development. Pragyavataran’s role as a Civil Society organisation is proactive, hands-on, adopting communities, families and settlements with personalised attention.



For Millions of Indians, healthcare expenses are paid out of pocket by patients and their families, rather than insurance. With government percentage expenditure on Healthcare shrinking over the years, there has been a phenomenal rise in the Private health care sector. So the have-nots are left with limiting options to access health services- leading to a generational Indian habit to avoid diagnoses and routine check-ups. Generally the Private apparatus is insensitive manned by private practitioners driven by blinding greed and dubious empathy. Quacks dot community medicine scene prominently.



More than 95 percent of India’s children attend primary school, less than half of 16 year olds – just 44 percent – complete Class 10. This is a huge loss for a nation that will soon have the largest and youngest workforce the world has ever seen. The government is now seeking to bring 90 percent of the country’s 50 million secondary age children into school by 2017. To achieve this goal, access, management and quality will all need to be improved. Curriculum and teaching practices need to be expanded to impart more relevant skills, such as reasoning skills, problem solving, learning-to-learn, and critical and independent thinking.

When more than 60, percent of Indian schools are private managed, with a singular object of Profit, Civil the Pragyavataran ideal is shaping classroom driven approach for a competitive Indian Workforce. Only 10% of India’s over 470 million workforce is in the formal sector. The Pragyavataran builds Green energy Educational campuses that are encouraging educational campuses to go off the grid.