S.E.C.T CARE

“I would say that if the village perishes India will perish too. India will be no more India. Her mission in the world will get lost. The revival of the village is possible only when it is no more exploited. Industrialization on a mass scale will necessarily lead to passive or active exploitation of the villagers as the problems of competition and marketing come in. Therefore we have to concentrate on the village being self-contained, manufacturing mainly for use. Provided this character of the village industry is maintained, there would be no objection to villagers using even the modern machines and tools that they can make and can afford to use. Only they should not be used as a means of exploitation of others.”       Mahatma Gandhi

SECT Care established as a subdivision is aimed to aid any community in attaining self-sustenance. To nurture the basic need of what every human being is entitled to.

17-Sept-2017

FUNDRAISER- North Indian Floods of 2017,  SECT in collaboration with Indians for Collective Action, USA,  raised around USD 50,000 to support the victims of the floods that ravaged parts of Northern India.

OCTOBER 2017

SECT works with Guru Puraskar an initiative to honor and celebrate Effective Teachers in our Schools.

Outstanding Teachers are chosen to go on International and National Educational tours, to further their world-view and learn best practices from early education systems from across the globe.

Based on various parameters, 4 outstanding teachers were identified in Karnataka, who were sent to Belgium in collaboration with India Platform (a charitable organization based in Belgium),  to facilitate a wider perspective on pedagogical issues for the teachers.

Teachers of Guru Puruskar 2017, being welcomed and hosted by Belgian hosts at Brussels, where they were given the opportunity to live with the families, to understand and merge with the local culture, tradition, and habits.

NOVEMBER 2017

S.E.C.T Delhi joins hands with Salaam Baalak Trust, an NGO which focuses on reuniting children found or rescued from railway stations across Delhi.

Team SECT contributes towards running one of the SBT’s Homes, where team interacts with the inmates and provides them guidance towards building a brighter future for themselves.