Gram Anubhav is a unique educational trip which takes high school students on a journey of exploration, reflection and action into rural India. It is an opportunity to experience and realize the other India. It allows students to explore the physical, social, economic and cultural aspects of an Indian village while integrating what they have learnt from textbooks and in classrooms. The rural exposure camp is packed with energisers, interesting activities, brainstorming sessions, interactions with the local communities, village visits and Shramdaan.
This year, over 150 high school students from Delhi traveled with us to Bodh Gaon, the rural campus of Bodh Shiksha Samiti in a tiny hamlet surrounded by the Aravali hills, not too far from the Sariska Tiger Reserve.
Gram Anubhavs have been organised on the following dates –
- 29th September – 2nd October – Green Fields School, New Delhi
- 5th October – 8th October – Green Fields School, New Delhi
If you want your school students to be a part of this exciting programme, write to us now at firstname.lastname@example.org