At Navratan, we believe that one should never stop learning because life never stops teaching and education sees no age.
The primary purpose of adult education is to provide a second chance for those who are poor in society or who have lost access to education for other reasons to achieve social justice and equal access to education.
Even after 73 years of independent India, millions of children, are deprived of right to education. Approximately 2.8 percent of children are out of school in India.
Children in slums have limited or no access to any form of schooling or learning. To make a humble contribution in society and help the children, Navratan GyanPeeth was formed.
One cannot emphasize enough on the importance of skill development. While corporate India is focusing on upskilling and reskilling with the increasing use of technology, majority of the workforce in India is in the informal sector. Navratan’s flagship programme ‘’Astitva’’was designed with a vision that skill development as a vehicle for women’s empowerment.