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Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana (BJS)
 

Level 8, Muttha Chambers II,
Senapati Bapat Marg,Pune 4110 16,
(Maharashtra), India
Tel: +91 20 6605 0000
Fax: +91 20 6605 0191
Email: info@bjsindia.org

Established in the year 1985 under the visionary leadership of Mr. Shantilal Muttha, Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana (BJS) has been in the forefront of addressing national concerns in the areas of Educational Initiatives, Social Development and Disaster Response. Over the years of its existence, BJS has practised and perfected its approach and work processes in these chosen areas of work.

BJS has built a strong country wide network of human resources and state-of-the-art infrastructure that has enabled it to reach out to millions in its quest for nation building. It has a rich and multi dimensional experience of working at the grassroots, as well as contributing to the policy level thought process and decision making.

BJS has worked actively with governments both State and Central, NGOs across the country as well as communities in the implementation of many of its projects. BJS's sterling achievements through the years have been recognized and felicitated by many national and international agencies.

BJS - EDUQIP (Educational Quality Improvement Program)

It is an integrated umbrella program that assists schools in establishing quality standards in the education they impart. It consists of different modules that have been designed and developed by BJS after thorough research. These modules are suited for schools in rural or urban areas under government administration or privately run.

The nation building process demands that we look beyond the universalization of education and accord due importance to the quality of education in general. This aspect of ensuring educational equity through quality in the entire spectrum of schools and in education from pre-primary to higher education is slowly being acknowledged and efforts are being channelized in this direction. However, considering the magnitude of the problem in terms of the sheer number of schools in India, these efforts still need to go a long way if they are to create a visible impact in the context of education reform in India especially at the school level.

Mulyavardhan

It is a comprehensive and holistic peace, moral and value education program conceived, designed and implemented by BJS for school children from standards 1st to 10th (Currently being implemented for standards 1st to 4th).

Today's young generation is the target of varied inputs from equally varied sources that is resulting in an overall decline in values and an alarming rise in the traits of arrogance, aggression, intolerance and violence. These traits if unchecked have the potential to severely jeopardize the existence of the very core values of the Indian culture and in turn the Indian society itself.

To reverse this trend it is essential that the present young generation is made aware of the core values and is empowered to internalize these values in order to make choices, judgments and decisions more intelligently and meaningfully. Absorbing these values at an early and receptive age through Education will benefit the youth and definitely ensure enhancement of values in the society at large.

BJS-SAA (BJS - School Assessment and Accreditation)

Based on its understanding of current educational issues, international trends and national policies, and backed by extensive field experience, BJS has evolved an assessment and accreditation system - BJS-SAA (BJS - School Assessment and Accreditation). This system assesses schools for a level of performance, integrity, and quality that earns the confidence of all stakeholders - government, the management, the school head, the teaching and non-teaching staff, and more importantly of students, parents, and the community as a whole.

"The belief that quality goes with privilege is clearly irreconcilable with the vision of participatory democracy that India upholds and practices in the political sphere. Its practice in the sphere of education demands that the education available to all children in different regions and sections of society has a comparable quality" (Source: The National Curriculum Framework, 2005). This aspect of ensuring educational equity through quality in the entire spectrum of schools and in education from pre-primary to higher education is slowly being acknowledged and efforts are being channelized in this direction. However, considering the magnitude of the problem in terms of the sheer number of schools in India, these efforts still need to go a long way to create a visible impact in the context of education reform in India especially at the school level.


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