You do not have flash player installed. Click Here to install latest Flash Player.
You are here :  »   »   » Bharti Computer Centres
Bharti Computer Centres

Bharti Computer Centres
Bharti Library and Activity Centres
Mid-Day Meal Program
Bharti CII Women Exemplar Award

Bharti Computer Centres

Bharti Foundation set up the Bharti Computer Centres (BCC) in 2004 in association with organizations like Pratham, Infotech, Kalakar Trust and Adarshila. This initiative undertaken by the Foundation has gone a long way in helping inculcate technical knowledge in education for children in rural India. 26 computer centres (BCCs) were set up as part of the Satya Bharti School Program across Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.

Bharti Library and Activity Centres

The Bharti Library and Activity Centres(BLACs) were launched in 2005 and are self sustained library units, set up to help inculcate in children the ability to read, write and enjoy learning through reading. Set up in partnership with organizations like Pratham, Kalakar Trust and Shanti Sadhna Ashram, 104 BLACs are functional across 11 states in the country. These centres promote education for children through novel and interesting means like reading and undertaking learning projects and activities.

Mid-Day Meal Program

Bharti Foundation partnered with Akshaya Patra Foundation in 2003 to set up a state-of-the-art kitchen in Vrindavan to provide mid-day meals to underprivileged children in government schools. The Mid-Day Meal Program has played a crucial role in promoting education for children in the country, encouraging children to attend school and partake of nutritious and healthy meals. This has not only increased attendance of children at schools but also gives children the required amount of nutrition.

Bharti CII Women Exemplar Award

The CII-Bharti Woman Exemplar Award was launched in 2005 by Bharti Foundation and the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to promote women’s empowerment at the grassroots. The Award recognized extraordinary women at the community level, women who have broken new ground in the field of Health, Education & Literacy, and Micro- Finance & Enterprise with determination, respect and self-motivation.

Awardees of 2007
Presented by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Delhi, Smt. Sheila Dikshit
Lalithabai from Karnataka for Micro-Finance & Enterprise
Vidya Thapa from Delhi for Health
Norti Devi from Rajasthan for Education

Awardees of 2006
Presented by Hon’ble Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India
Sangeeta Pardhe from Pune (Maharashtra) for Health Education
Anita Jalinder Pise from Sholapur- Maharashtra for Micro-Finance
Raj Rani from Daulatabad for Health Education & Micro-Financ

Our Programs
Satya Bharti School Program
Quality Support Program
Satya Bharti Learning Centres
Higher Education
Past Projects
Print Bookmark RSS Feed