Welcome to Bharat Lok Shiksha Parishad (BLSP)

BLSP was founded & registered on 3rd March 2000 by a group of persons comprising with a vision to bring an all round development of the remote tribal and rural villages of India.

2000

Dr. Subhash Chandra anointed Chairman of Ekal Global

30th June 15 is the Red Letter Day in the history of Ekal Movement when Dr. Subhash Chandra, Zee Group, humbly accepted to be the chairman of Ekal Global...

2015

Won S R Jindal Award in the year 2012

Award Received By Shri Sat Narain Bandhu on behalf of Bharat Lok Shiksha Parishad given by Shri Ravi Shankar Ji & Justice R.C. Lahoti from S.R.Jindal Foundation

2012

Received Lala Diwan Chand Award in the year 2012

Award Received by Shri Shyam Ji Gupt, Founder Member of Ekal Abhiyan, given by former Chief Justice of India J.S Verma from Lala Diwan Chand Trust

2012

Participation of EKAL TO OLYMPICS

Ekal student Pinki Karmakar ran for India with London Olympic Torch, in Nottingham Square on 28th June, 2012 at 12 Noon (London Time).She studied in Barbaruah Tea Garden Village Ekal Vidyalaya for three years.

2012

The 1st PHD on Ekal

Dr. Sunanda Sham Palkar is awarded Ph.D on “Ekal Vidyalaya-Special School for Non-Formal Education - A study” on 09/12/2011 by Pune University.

2011

women empowerment

Rukmani Prajapati learned tailoring at the Ekal’s activity centre at Birsa Sewa Sansthan, Karanjo Jharkhand. She is leading a self respecting life and helping her family.

2014

AN ISO 9001:2008 Certified Organization

Registered with the (IICA) // 2016

Welcome to Bharat Lok Shiksha Parishad (BLSP)

Founded & Registered on March 2000

Dr. Subhash Chandra anointed Chairman of Ekal Global

inaugural celebration // 2015

Won the prestigious S R Jindal Award in the year 2012

Award Ceremony // 2012

Received Lala Diwan Chand Award in the year 2012

Award Ceremony // 2012

Participation of EKAL TO OLYMPICS

Participation // 12 March 2012

The 1st PHD on Ekal

programe // 9 Dec 2011

women empowerment

programe // 2014

Know More About Ekal

Graduates from the EV program often chose one of three options:

  • Formal government schooling
  • Continue, private, primary schooling
  • An Ekal Vidyalaya weekly refresher class
  • Students cannot / do not attend primary education centers.
  • Ekal Vidyalaya supplements formal education
  • Ekal Vidyalaya imparts moral values 
  • Comprehensive and holistic village development approach
  • Local Participation and empowerment
  • Emphasis on self sufficiency
  • Nation-wide network
  • Concept is based on mass voluntarism
  • Youth and female involvement
  • Complete transparency and accountability
  • Maximum donation reaches the grassroots level
  • A true movement with a goal of 100,000 schools
  • Promotes further education
  • Builds children's and villagers' self-confidence
  • Boosts self-respect
  • Creates an impulse to further develop community
  • Prevents exploitation
  • Language and mathematic basics
  • Games, stories, and other non-formal methods
  • Goals -
    • Advanced training
    • Recharges the teachers' energy
    • 1 Day Monthly Practical 'Masik Abhyas Varg'
  • Timing - Monthly meeting
  • Activities -
    • Share experiences and reporting
    • Discuss problems, hurdles, and successes
    • Update monthly lesson plan
  • Goals - Refresh what was learned at the 5 Day Practical 'Abhyas Varg.'
  • Multi-grade teaching
  • A heavily researched and studied education technique
  • Used by dozens of developing countries
  • Students are grouped by ability and grade level
    • Three such groups constitute an Ekal Vidyalaya
  • Such small groups are conducive to learning
  • Requires a trained teacher, inspired students, and a parental and community support.
    • Constant enquiring supervision
  • Village committee support
    • Monitored progress 
  • Functional Education has five verticals:
    • Primary education
    • Health Education
    • Village Development Education
    • People Empowerment
    • Ethics & Value Education
  • In the health education concept, we aim to impart:
    • Health hygiene education
    • Preventive measures
    • Mother-child care
    • Curative treatment of general diseases
    • A referral service for serious cases
  • Low administrational overhead
    • Below 10 percent
  • Few capital costs
    • Minimal teacher's honorarium
    • Minimal worker's honorarium
    • Volunteerism
    • Teaching aids
  • Support of the villagers and surrounding Local Securities.
    • Moral Support
    • Financial Support
  • Working for their OWN community.
  • Educating THEIR people
  • Preventing exploitation of society
  • A voluntary attitude and missionary zeal.
  • Service of the Nation

Upon finding a capable, potential teacher, a series of training sessions assure that the teacher is thoroughly qualified.

  • 5-Day Preliminary 'Prathamik Varg'
    • Timing - Before school is started
    • Activities - Prepare an initial lesson plan
    • Goals - Understand responsibilities and potential
      • Basic direction
      • Impart a basic understanding of the EV concept
  • 5 Day Practical 'Abhyas Varg'
    • Timing - Three months after school starts and every 6 months thereafter.
    • Activities - Study the Multi-grade concept