WHAT WE DO

Few words about us

Shri Deep Chand Educational Society (SDCES) is a non-profit voluntary organization, registered under the Societies Registration Act of 21, 1860, working for the disadvantaged social groups like Youth, Old Age, downtrodden people, women, working children, under privileged children and other deprived classes. The society was commenced since 2004 as a result of unprecedented efforts and visionary thoughts of the most concerned individuals who had the affinity for unprivileged and backward rural and urban society.

We do something good for the downtrodden communities. SDCES is reaching out to the marginalized in many ways. SDCES works for the elevation of under privileged Children, Women and Youth using holistic approach that addresses the physical educational, environmental and economic welfare of the community. By working in this approach, SDCES aims to facilitate the self-sufficiency of families and whole communities. Ultimately, SDCES visualizes global transformation through local change.

Our Goals
  • To open the doors of Primary Education for “unreached children” without access to it.
  • To integrate children who are marginalized by poverty and lack of education into mainstream society.
  • To provide low-literate or illiterate youth with the power to earn a regular and decent livelihood.
  • To provide Health & Hygiene Services to slum children and communities.
  • To provide Developmental Services to slum communities, primarily by empowering women and the marginalized, and building awareness about the importance of education and upliftment of the girl child.

We go wherever we are needed. We do whatever is needed.

How We Work

We do something good for the downtrodden communities. SDCES is reaching out to the marginalized in many ways. SDCES works for the elevation of under privileged Children, Women and Youth using holistic approach that addresses the physical educational, environmental and economic welfare of the community. By working in this approach, SDCES aims to facilitate the self-sufficiency of families and whole communities. Ultimately, SDCES visualizes global transformation through local change.

The dream of the founder’s human society devoid of caste, creed and religion based discrimination, exploitation, atrocities, etc. It is working for the empowerment of poor and marginalized communities to address their immediate needs and better access to entitlement and rights.

The speed of nation’s development is directly related to the quantity and quality of vocational skills possessed by its workforce. Wider the range and higher the quality of vocational skills, faster the growth and more prosperous the society. The overall importance of upgrading vocational skills in India is highlighted by the statement of the task force on employment opportunities.

The SDCES Society aims to empower the urban poor through vocational training and providing life-skills, which will broaden the scope of opportunities for them. Vocational training must provide adequate technological equipment and instruction. To ensure the success of this program, we are adopting an educational approach with elements like, output orientation and skills enhancement.

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Empowerment

Through health, education and community development services, we enable the poorest of poor especially children, youth and women to become empowered to help themselves, as opposed to being charity cases

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“All-Round Care”

We provide for a healthy mind, body and soul. From medical attention to education to compassionate social workers and teachers who serve as guides & mentors.

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“Joyful Learning”

We teach enjoyably via role play, songs, essays etc for better retention, motivation & to ingrain a joyful work ethic in the children

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Sustainability

We start a new project only when we have resources to see it through.

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Commitment

We strive for commitment in Employees, Partners, Patrons