Political Independence has dawned but there is educational social & economic darkness there with the result that there is continuous exodus of villagers towards cities.
Vidya Bharati has given first priority to lit the lamps of literacy & start other projects of economic & social upliftment of the ignored & neglected more than three-fourth of the population of this sub-continent. There are 6219 schools functioning in villages; 583 in under-privileged localities & 830 in tribal areas. During the Six decades of post-independence, Vidya Bharati is the first to reach these unreached remote areas.
About 24,300 institutions are being run by Vidya Bharati where 30,02,820 lakh students under the able guidance of 1,30,278 teachers attain sanskars and education. This nationwide Endeavour of Vidya Bharati for the spread of education through net work of educational institutions creates a healthy environment for all round development of Children i.e. physical culture mental, emotional and spiritual development.
Aim & Objects
To develop a National System of Education which would help to build a generation of youngmen and women that is :- • committed to Hindutva and infused with patriotic fervour, • fully developed physically, vitally, mentally and spiritually, • capable of successfully facing challenges of day to day life-situations. • dedicated to the service of our those brothers and sisters who live in villages, forests, caves and slums and are deprived and destitute, so that they are liberated from the shackles of social evils and injustice, and • thus devoted, may contribute to building up a harmonious, prosperous and culturally rich Nation.