Bharti Foundation expands Quality Support initiative in Telangana

The Program is now reaching out to over 6,000 students and over 300 teachers across 30 Government schools in the State


NEW DELHI: Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Bharti Enterprises, today announced the expansion of its quality education initiative, the Satya Bharti Quality Support Program, to 15 additional Govt. schools in Rajanna Sircilla District of Telangana.

The Program, already operational through a MoU signed in July 2016 between Bharti Foundation and Department of School Education, Govt. of Telangana, is currently running in 15 Government schools of undivided Yellareddypet Mandal in Karimnagar District of the State.

Post the current expansion, the Quality Support Program will be operational in a total of 30 schools in four Mandals – Yellareddypet, Veernapally, Sirsilla and Thangallapalle – in Rajanna Sircilla District reaching out to over 6,000 students and 300 teachers.

The Satya Bharti Quality Support Program as an initiative is focused on Government Schools. Through this program, Bharti Foundation engages with the school leadership, teachers, students and communities to enhance the schooling experience and strive for excellence.

The approach focuses on identifying, integrating and optimizing best practices from Satya Bharti Schools with the intent of encouraging innovation, participation, ownership and facilitating sustainable change. Currently, the program is being run in 369 Government schools directly impacting 1,55,904 students and 5,804 teachers across nine states of India.

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