PARAS INDIA works in various districts of Uttar Pradesh, including those affected by consecutive droughts resulting in migration. While primary education is accessible, secondary and higher education require improvement. PARAS INDIA aims to address the lack of quality education and provide better opportunities for underprivileged students in the Bundelkhand areas such as Jhansi, Jalaun, Mahoba, and Lalitpur. The organisation works in other districts, including Kanpur Dehat, Fatehpur, Prayagraj, Mau, and Shravasti. The organisation believes in equal access to quality education for every child.
PARAS INDIA operates in districts of Madhya Pradesh affected by consecutive droughts that led to migration. The region has achieved universal access to primary education, but secondary and higher education need improvement in terms of quality. PARAS INDIA is committed to improving the education standard in these districts and offering better education opportunities for underprivileged individuals, including those in the Bundelkhand area, Datia, Nivadi, and Tikamgarh. The organisation believes in equal access to quality education for all children and aims to make a positive impact on the lives of the underprivileged in Madhya Pradesh.
PARAS INDIA has established community centres in various locations throughout Delhi to provide assistance to those who require it. Our daily operations include running tuition centres, libraries, skill development centres, and sewing schools. We have implemented our project in a number of districts, including North, East, West, Central, North-West, South, South-East, and New Delhi.
Dantewada and Sukma are two districts located in the southern part of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. These areas are predominantly rural and have been historically affected by poverty, underdevelopment, and violence.Dantewada and Sukma are known for their high prevalence of Naxalite or Maoist insurgency, which has adversely impacted their development. This has also led to the displacement of thousands of people, making it even more difficult for the government to provide basic amenities to the locals. The primary source of income for the tribal population in Chhattisgarh, which comprises 31.8% of the total population, is their land. This indicates that there are very few non-agricultural opportunities available in the state, particularly in the district of Dantewada where 78.5% of the population is tribal. PARAS INDIA is working in collaboration with the state government and district administration to address the challenges faced in these districts, which are known for ongoing conflicts between various stakeholders. Unfortunately, the well-being of innocent children is often compromised in such situations. To address this issue, PARAS INDIA has established residential schools for tribal girls and implemented various initiatives to improve the social conditions in the region.
PARAS INDIA NGO is dedicated to serving underprivileged communities, specifically the Mahadalit Communities in Jamui, Bihar. They focus on education, awareness, and health through programs like pre-school and remedial education, health camps, and social campaigns. Their efforts aim to reduce inequalities and improve the lives of individuals in the region.