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Umang - Joy of Learning

Project Umang - Joy of Learning," where the essence of Umang lies in fostering a vibrant and joyful learning atmosphere within Government primary schools. The project is meticulously designed to establish an ecosystem that nurtures the holistic development of children. With a focused approach, Umang addresses critical challenges such as enhancing learning proficiency among children, elevating teaching pedagogy, fostering collaboration among key stakeholders for the collective benefit of the school, and providing a platform for children to cultivate confidence and self-assurance. Umang aspires to revolutionize the educational landscape by infusing enthusiasm, inclusivity, and comprehensive development into the learning journey of every child within the Government primary school system


  • Improving Learning Proficiency: Addressing the concerning statistics on functional literacy among children in India, Project Umang aims to enhance learning proficiency through targeted remedial classes and handwriting improvement sessions.

  • Enhancing Teaching Pedagogy: Embracing the principles of the NEP, Project Umang introduces workshops focused on activity-based teaching methods. Additionally, teachers benefit from personal grooming sessions that emphasize interpersonal skills, time and task management, and effective communication.

  • Events and Competitions: Providing a platform for children to showcase their talents and build confidence, Umang organizes diverse competitions, including handwriting contests, coloring competitions, science quizzes, spelling-based quizzes, sports championships, and entrepreneurship fairs.

  • Extra-Curricular Activities: Nurturing the holistic development of children, Umang encourages participation in various extra-curricular activities such as art and craft workshops, doodling, Madhubani art, and sports, offering a well-rounded educational experience

Alignment with SDGs

SDG 4: Quality Education

Improving Learning Proficiency:

  • Target 4.1: By offering remedial classes and handwriting improvement sessions, Project Umang directly contributes to ensuring that all girls and boys complete free, equitable, and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes.

  • Target 4.5: These efforts also help eliminate gender disparities in education, ensuring equal access to all levels of education and vocational training for the vulnerable, including persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, and children in vulnerable situations.

SDG 5: Gender Equality

Enhancing Teaching Pedagogy:

  • Target 5.5: The personal grooming sessions for teachers, focusing on interpersonal skills and effective communication, contribute to ensuring women’s full and effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision-making in political, economic, and public life.

SDG 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth

Events and Competitions:

  • Target 8.6: By organizing events like entrepreneurship fairs, Project Umang contributes to substantially reducing the proportion of youth not in employment, education, or training.

SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities

Extra-Curricular Activities:

  • Target 10.2: Activities like art and sports workshops promote the social, economic, and political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion, economic, or other status.

SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

Overall Project Implementation:

Target 17.17: The collaborative nature of Project Umang, engaging various stakeholders including educators, parents, and community members, exemplifies effective public, public-private, and civil society partnerships.


Manish Prasad, Grade 5, Karalvel Primary School.

"I used to be a naughty kid who found it hard to sit in class and stay in one place for too long as I got bored easily. However, since I started participating in the activities during Sunita ma'am's class, I have found myself understanding the concepts better. Now, I eagerly wait for her to arrive each day, excited to know what activity she has in store for us. It's no longer a chore to attend class, but a fun and enjoyable experience."

Vishnupriya, Grade 8, Government High School – Thirumalayampalayam

Amin Mubassira Grade 8 Karalvel Primary School

Vasava Hitesh Dilipbha Grade 7 Sardarpura Primary School

Revaben Vasava Parent of: Rajveer Vasava, Dadheda Primary School.

Malek Sameena - Grade 7 & Sindhav Mitesh - Grade 8, Science quiz pen and paper round winners, Dadheda Primary School

Nancy Patel & Kirti Vasava, 8th Grade, Kharchi Primary School

Principal, Panchayat Union Middle School, Thirumalayampalayam

Head Master, GHS, Kalangal

Vasava Yogesh Jagdishbhai, 8th Grade, Dadheda Primary School

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