Institutional Grants

Under institutional financing, the Foundation provides lump sum grants to an educational institution or citizen-centric societies to support the education of children. The extent of funding depends on the size and requirements of the institution and is decided on a case to case basis. The grants are typically intended for meeting tuition expenses, purchase of books and uniforms, and selectively, for offering monetary rewards to exceptional students.

Currently, the Adit Jain Foundation provides institutional support to the following:

  • The Kanha Workers� Welfare Society (KWS), Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh: The KWS is a non-profit society formed by the employees of the Kanha Tiger Reserve � approximately 1,150 in number. The Society supports its members and their families in various ways. Children of KWS members study in schools located in the vicinity of the Park and struggle to meet education expenses, apart from having to deal with hardships associated with basic issues such as daily transportation to and from school. The Foundation provides an annual grant to the KWS which is administered by the latter to defray expenses such as: regular school fees; purchase of school bags and shoes; cash rewards to high performing students; establishment of a library; provision of computer coaching; and provision of vocational education to students that have completed school.

  • Gyan Kunj Public School, Village Jaunapur, Delhi: Gyan Kunj Public School is run by a charitable society near Mehrauli, New Delhi, and caters to children living in settlements nearby. Most of these belong to low income families. The Adit Jain Foundation provides a grant to the school to pay for the complete school expenses of 5 senior school students selected by the school.

  • Ratna Jyoti Sadan, Nepal: This school educates about 200 children in Okhaldhunga District of Nepal and has been set up and managed by a single individual on a charitable basis. The Foundation provides an annual grant to the school, towards the defrayment of student expenses as well as to support minor administrative and establishment expenses of the school.

  • IIT Roorkee:The Adit Jain Foundation established the Air Cmde SC Mehra AVSM VSM Scholarship at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee, in 2012 wherein one girl student per batch in the electrical engineering stream, would receive a scholarship every year based on merit and performance. Since then, the scholarship has been expanded to four girl students and the amounts have increased. The Foundation granted an initial sum to the institute to commence these awards and will grant a further lump sum amount to make them perpetual.
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