Bedford charity joins forces with Indian Charities and Private Sector to offer free digital learning to disadvantaged students

Digital Learning Centre

(Asian independent) Social Education Voluntary Association (SEVA) Trust UK, a Bedford based charity supported by SEVA Trust UK (India) who are working for the betterment of education, health and environment has opened a new office and a free digital learning centre in the state of Haryana in India.

On this occasion Naresh Mittal, Chairman of SEVA Trust UK (India Operations) and Deputy Chairman Tejinderpal Singh that that Trust has been undertaking most of its educational projects in the state of Punjab and now more projects will be delivered  in Haryana that can be managed from our new local office.  The main objective of the trust is to provide quality education to the needy students from the rural areas so that talent can be brought out from these remote areas. Supported by Altruist Technologies Pvt. Ltd, through this initiative of free learning, students will be given free onlinecoaching using the best teaching staff and coaches.

Naresh Mittal said that to date SEVA Trusthas already provided scholarships, educational equipment to over 500 needy children in the last 4 years. “We have supported many rural schools including setting up a solar plant, providingfree tablets, projectors and other e-equipment to students and rural schools. Apart from this, the Trust also organises health, environmental, social awareness programs and supporting local communities from low income backgrounds” said Mittal.

Founder Chairman of SEVA Trust UK Charan Sekhon, said “We have supported over 700 students and over 300 families in the UK facing hardships during Corona pandemic.Now we have set up a new project in Bedford to support people fleeing from Afghanistan. In addition to all the community support work SEVA Trust teams are doing in the UK, we are trying to play our sincere part in serving communities in India and set up SEVA Trust India Team. We not have a really strong team working in India. This new office and digitallearning centre is another positive stepto reach out more students and needy people in north India. We feel it is important to support the youth, girls empowerment and developing technical skills at the early education stage to ensure a prosper future for the youth from disadvantaged families’’

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