The prime focus of Gavaksh is to ensure that every child has access to a holistic learning environment. Our classes are dedicated to fulfilment of this singular goal.
It was very nice experience working with this NGO. Gavaksh is giving education to those children who can’t afford quality education. Gavakshars are super talented!
It is a great experience meeting these children who are so full of life. I feel fortunate to be their teacher.
Gavaksh is a beautiful organisation with a good motive. My experience here was a memorable one
Very organized NGO which takes every step for the development of its children. Kids here are active, Intelligent and great at co-curricular activities also.
On the event of World Kindness Day, Gavakshars tried to do their bit by participating the Dance for Kindness event. The event saw Gavakshars doing a flash dance as well as mob dance in the Capital’s Connaught Place. The event started at 7 am in the morning. Over 30 Gavakshars participated in the event. Dance For Kindness was organised by Those in Need in India. The colourful event required participants to wear orange as the theme colour of kindness. Gavakshars enjoyed a lot as they grooved to the best beats. The idea behind the event was to enable children to take a stand and dance for Kindness. Besides Gavakshars, students from many other NGOs as well as independent participants were part of Dance for Kindness.read more
Over 40 children from Gavaksh participated in a painting competition organised by Sapne NGO. The event marked Sapne’s second anniversary. The themes for the event ranged from ‘What do you want to be when you grow up’ to ‘Future of the planet’. Apart from Gavaksh, students from many other ngos participated in the event. The event started at 9 am in the morning and concluded at 3 pm. Besides the competition, the event also saw many school students entertaining the crowd with their beautiful performances. Most of the performances were dedicated to India’s diversity and included items from across the country. Students were also provided lunch at the conclusion of the event.read more
On Sunday, February 5, Saksham Bharti conducted its annual drawing competition at Gavaksh. The 19th drawing competition held in collaboration with Gavaksh saw over 40 children from our centres trying their artistic skills. The event started at 10 am and concluded at 2 pm. While the competition was held for 1 hour, the rest of the time of the time was spent with the children explaining the importance of their drawings. The competition was held for children from class 2 to 10. It was divided among groups to analyse the drawings as per the ability of the children. The topics for the competition included ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’, ‘Save the environment‘, Save water, My family, My favourite festival among others. Durgesh, 2, won the first prize in the group of 2-3 year olds. 8 year old Aditya came first among the group B competitors. Nandini and Deepika won among the 12 year olds. All the winners were distributed gifts from Saksham Bharti which included stationaries like books, pencil sets and colours.read more