February 27, 2024

INDIA: eVidyaloka has achieved a exceptional feat by securing the 59th place in The Financial Instances India’s Progress Champions 2023. This recognition is a testomony to the distinctive work carried out by this Non-Revenue Social Enterprise (NGO).

This prestigious rating evaluates financial accelerators based mostly on “actual financial substance, sustainability, and legitimacy,” giving weight to natural financial progress and autonomy. What units this accomplishment aside is that eVidyaloka operates as an NGO within the Schooling sector, extending its impression past Schooling to Rural Empowerment.

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Previously tutorial yr, eVidyaloka positively impacted 120K college students by means of stay educating throughout 622 faculties in 14 states, using 7 totally different Indian languages. Moreover, their tv broadcasts of curated classes reached 23.8 million views in distant rural areas, complementing the stay courses.

Whereas conducting this intensive operation to teach rural India’s youngsters, eVidyaloka generated employment alternatives in and round every college, benefiting over 730 households. eVidyaloka mannequin includes collaborating with NGO companions in numerous states to ship high-quality training in authorities faculties, with over 60% of eVidyaloka’s financial spend directed to the remotest villages. Previously yr, contemplating a cash multiplier of 6X, the funding into the agricultural economic system from eVidyaloka exceeded 40 crores. Out of the 78 districts we function in, 25 are Aspirational Districts.

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The immeasurable worth that transcends financial phrases comes from the dedication of 5,500+ volunteers who invested their time and expertise in imparting training by means of eVidyaloka. These passionate people are situated in 300 cities throughout 50 nations. Within the earlier yr, collaborated with 43 different NGOs, over 75 corporates, and greater than 500 social buyers in noble pursuit of offering high-quality training anytime, anyplace for Rural India.