Satsang Vidyalaya - An introduction

Satsang Vidyalaya is an educational initiative for under-privileged children. Begun in 1999, Satsang Vidyalaya comprises of two schools and over 200 students. The schools offer completely free education to children from the age of 6 up to the ages of 15. In addition to free schooling, Satsang Vidyalaya also provides a free mid-day lunch for all students.

Satsang Vidyalaya follows the state school syllabus as prescribed by the Andhra Pradesh board. The school has 15 teachers on its rolls across subjects such as Science, Mathematics, Social sciences, English, and Languages. There is a strong focus on infrastructure with multiple classrooms being built, advanced learning techniques, and teacher training with the intention of providing students free yet uncompromised education to help them progress in life.

 Satsang Vidyalaya’s aim is to be a school modeled on the Right to Education Act.

Some key statistics
  • Over 12 years of uninterrupted free schooling and mid-day lunches for under-privileged children
  • 2 rural schools in Madanapalle, Andhra Pradesh
  • 237 students across grades nursery to VIII
  • 15 teachers across subjects such as Science, Mathematics, Social sciences, English, and Languages
  • 11 classrooms functional with 4 in progress 
  • A rural health care clinic for students and the community (in progress)