In Schools


We are bridging the missing gap in schools

While teaching at BMC schools, we discovered that children studying in vernacular medium schools have close to no exposure to English. We believe that this is a severe drawback for a child living in a metro with few opportunities available without a working knowledge of English. So we decided to take English to vernacular medium schools.

Reports indicate that the lack of English in vernacular medium schools is forcing slum dwellers to send their children to low budget private schools. Enrolments are falling and are causing schools equipped with good infrastructure, where the government has invested heavily, to decline and close.

Here’s what we are doing to reverse this and to bring the benefit of English to larger numbers: