"Knowledge is the best investment which unlocks the golden doors of freedom, values and virtues"
LITINDIA PROGRAMME is an initiative of Humanity Welfare Council to curb illiteracy from the Nation. This programme involves a continuum of learning and enabling individuals to achieve their goals, to develop their knowledge and potential, and to participate in building a strong nation.
The importance of education for the development of the country must not be underestimated because education is the tool which alone can inculcate national and cultural values and liberate people from clutches of false prejudiced, ignorance, and representations. Education provides them required knowledge, technique, skills, and information and enable them to know their rights and duties. Education is the way to fight against injustice, corruption, violence, disparity which is greatest hazards to the progress of individual as well as nation.
After 70 years of independence nearly 30% of our total population still lacks basic literacy. More than 50% of Indian children drop out of the school at primary level, majority of the drop outs are coming from the population living below subsistence level. Number of students of basic science is decreasing and hence standard of research in universities is on the wane.
The vision of the HUMANITY WELFARE COUNCIL is to build a system that can provide equal opportunities to all rich and poor, education that can contribute towards development and promote growth not only in terms of GDP but May also uplift poor and deprived sections. Our aim is to eradicate illiteracy and provide common man access to higher and technical education.
We know that good quality education is the foundation of discoveries, knowledge, innovations, and entrepreneurship. The HMANITY WELFARE COUNCIL is achieving its goal with the right value system, sensitivity, and responsibility. The various programs of HWC successfully enabled the access to quality, affordable and meaningful education to children and the people across the country.
Our development goal regarding education implies that every child has a right to elementary education. The RTE act makes specific provision for special training for age-appropriate admission for out of school children. Our main emphasis is on children belonging to disadvantaged communities i.e. SC, ST, Muslim migrants, children with special needs, working children etc. Special training intervention is also largely focussed on girls. One of our education goals includes adult education to establish a fully literate society through improved quality.
To obtain nearly 100% literacy rate by the year 2030.